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John Polreis, of Parkston, hit a hole-in-one at Lakeview Golf Course on Thursday in Mitchell. Polreis used an 8-iron to sink his 135-yard shot on Hole No. 3. It was Polreis' sixth hole-in-one.
Mount Vernon/Plankinton/Woonsocket dropped a pair of high school baseball games to West Central on Wednesday. The Titans fell 12-0 and 10-0. West Central's Jonah Rectenbaugh threw a no-hitter in the Trojans' 12-0 win. He gave up three walks and there were three defensive errors by West Central. The losing pitcher was Charlie Mahaffey, who gave up four runs, two earned, on one hit in three innings. In the second game, the Titans received a hit from Tate Deinert and Owen London. London took the loss on the mound, giving up nine runs on seven hits while striking out six in three innings.
OKLAHOMA CITY—The Dakota Wesleyan University baseball team put together a late rally, but couldn't find a way to save its season on Thursday. The Tigers' season came to a close with a 4-2 loss to York College (Neb.) in the NAIA national baseball tournament on Thursday at Jim Wade Stadium in Oklahoma City, Okla. "We got off to a slow start and didn't capitalize on some things," DWU head coach John Greicar said. "Both pitchers in both games gave us a chance to win and they showed a lot of heart.
• Dakota Wesleyan University women’s golf at NAIA National Championships in Savannah, Ga. • Mitchell High School boys tennis at ESD Tournament with Watertown, 9 a.m., in Watertown. • Area...
OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla.—The Dakota Wesleyan University baseball team's elimination game against York (Neb.) at the NAIA national baseball tournament has been canceled due to rain. The Tigers (24-25) will play York at 9 a.m. on Thursday in Oklahoma City, Okla.
PARKSTON—The Platte Killer Tomatoes scored three runs in the top of the ninth en route to a 4-3 Sunshine League win over the Parkston Mudcats on Wednesday in Parkston. Parkston led 3-1 going into the final inning before Platte mounted its comeback. Richard Sternberg earned the win on the mound for Platte in relief for starter Hayden Kuiper. Sternberg gave up three runs on six hits in 4 2/3 innings with three strikeouts. Parkston's Zach Scott took the loss.
• Dakota Wesleyan University baseball vs. York College (Neb.) at 9 a.m. during the NAIA national tournament in Oklahoma City, Okla. • Dakota Wesleyan University women’s golf at NAIA National...
SAVANNAH, Ga.—The Dakota Wesleyan University women's golf team is tied for 19th after two rounds of the NAIA National Championships. On Tuesday, the Tigers shot a 333 in the second round and have a two-round total of 361. The top 17 teams make the cut after today's third round. DWU is nine strokes back of 17th-place Indiana Tech. Northwood University (Fla.) leads the team race with a two-round score of 609. DWU's Kristin Sabers shot a 78 and is tied for 55th, while Lauren Fitts is tied for 52nd. The top 40 individual golfers make the cut for the final round of play.
The Mitchell Area Community Triathlon is taking registrations for the first annual Sprint Triathlon on June 6. The event starts at 8 a.m. at the public beach at Lake Mitchell. Registration is open for individual or team competitors. Online registration is available at allsportcentral.com or contact Kyle Margheim for more information at 605-770-8494.
At season's end, the Mitchell Technical Institute rodeo team qualified Jason Hapney to the College National Finals Rodeo, which is in June in Casper, Wyo. Hapney, a Harrold native, will compete in the saddle bronc at the competition. Over the weekend, the Mavericks' Justin Boll, a Hartford native, won the first round of the steer wrestling and placed sixth overall at the Blue Hawk Stampede in Dickinson, N.D. Wyatt Janisch, a native of Lake City, and Hapney finished fourth overall in team roping. Just missing qualification for the national rodeo were several MTI cowboys.