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Mitchell will host its first sanctioned Professional Disc Golf Association disc golf tournament in seven years at 9 a.m. today. The event will be at Dry Run Creek Disc Golf Course in Mitchell. The tournament is a qualifying event for the United State Disc Golf Championship held in October in North Carolina. The event is hosted in cooperation with the Mitchell Disc Golf Club and the Mitchell Parks and Recreation Department. As of Friday, 40 people had registered for the event in eight divisions from recreational to professional. Registration is open until the start of the event.
SIOUX FALLS -- The Mitchell Black teener team recorded 21 hits as it routed Sioux Falls Central 17-0 Friday. The contest was the Mitchell's first of the Sioux Falls Classic, which concludes Sunday. Carter Max had an inside-the-park home run and Tate Larson got the win on the mound. Larson threw a one-hit five-inning shutout. Mitchell plays two games today at 2 and 4:30 p.m.
Former Memphis Grizzlies forward Mike Miller remains a free agent 10 days into the NBA's annual swap meet.
Jason Schmidt finished with two doubles and five RBIs to lead Dimock/Emery over Mitchell 10-3 in Sunshine League action Thursday night at Cadwell Park in Mitchell. Phil Johnson earned the win on the mound for the No. 4 Raptors, throwing seven innings and giving up six hits and three runs. Josh Schmidt had two hits and an RBI for Dimock/Emery. The losing pitcher for the Mad Dogs was Darrin Hager. He threw three innings, allowing eight runs on five hits and striking out one. Sam Schumacher finished with a hit, run scored and an RBI for the Mad Dogs.
The Dakota Wesleyan University volleyball team will host two Tiger youth volleyball camps July 21-23 and July 28-30. Grades three through six will attend the camp July 21-23 with a cost of $40 per person. The seventh- and eighth-grade camp will be July 28-30, costing $50. On Aug. 4, DWU will host a fundamental skills camp and an advanced hitter/setter exposure camp. Both camps will cost $45 per player.
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BRANDON -- Sydney Bormann, of Parkston, took home first place in the girls 16-18 division with a score of 71 in the First Dakota National Bank Junior Tour event Monday in Brandon. Sydney Weber, of Parkston, finished in fourth place with a 79 behind Bormann, while Niki Nelson, of Geddes, carded a 88. In the boys 16-18 division, Jacob Rice, of Mitchell, shot a 77, while Garret Hohn, of Parkston, and Landon Pooley, of Mitchell, scored a 78 and 81, respectively.
PARKSTON -- The Corsica/Stickney Horned Frogs upset the top-ranked Parkston Mudcats 6-3 Wednesday in a Sunshine League amateur baseball game. Aaron Groeneweg was the winning pitcher, giving up three runs on five hits in nine innings.
BRANDON -- Landon Neugebauer went 2-for-4 with two RBIs and a solo home run but it wasn't enough as the Mitchell Legion baseball team lost to Brandon Valley 5-4 Wednesday night in Brandon. Taking the loss for Mitchell was Jacob Cersosimo, who pitched 5 2/3 innings in relief for starting pitcher Kanin Nelson. Cersosimo had three strikeouts and allowed three earned runs. Post 18 coach Luke Norden said Cersosimo helped the team with his relief appearance, despite earning the loss. "Jacob threw really well," Norden said.