VERMILLION — In the span of a few hours Wednesday, three of South Dakota’s public universities received the go-aheads for significant expansions of their athletic programs from the state Board of Regents.
A new Metro Conference beginning in 2013-14 would have no affect on Mitchell High School’s athletic schedules, the school’s activities director, Geoff Gross, said Friday.
The creation of the Metro Conference, which in principle would include current Eastern South Dakota Conference member Brandon Valley and the four Sioux Falls high schools, will eliminate the Greater Dakota Conference.
“The only thing I know is that Brandon has been approached by all four Sioux Falls schools,” Gross said. “Other than that, Brandon has told us as ESD members that if they join this new conference, it wouldn’t affect scheduling at all.”
MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — The Minnesota Twins made a move to upgrade their middle infield, acquiring shortstop Orlando Cabrera from the Oakland Athletics for the stretch run in the crowded AL Central race.
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