Daily Republic Sports
EMERY—The Dimock-Emery Raptors won their home opener against the Sioux Falls Saints 15-14 on Tuesday in Emery. Jason Schmidt led the Raptors with two home runs, while Tyson Kayser hit his first career home run. The Raptors led 7-1 after five innings. Dimock-Emery (4-1) takes on Madison at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday in Madison.
POOLER, Ga.—The Dakota Wesleyan University women's golf team will have to wait one more day to compete in the NAIA Women's Golf National Championships in Pooler, Georgia. The tournament was suspended on Tuesday due to rain and lightning. None of the 144 golfers in the championship field were able to finish their rounds on Tuesday. The Tigers' team of Lauren Fitts, April Barnett, Taylor Anshutz and Niki Nelson didn't hit a single shot at the Savannah Quarters Country Club. Play will resume at 7:30 a.m. today.
The Mitchell High School girls basketball program is sponsoring an individual skills camp for three days later this month. The camp will be held May 31-June 2 and will be held at Mitchell High School. Girls basketball head coach Wes Morgan and the Kernel assistants will lead the camp. There are three separate camps, including boys and girls grades 1-5 from 9 a.m. to 10 a.m., a camp for girls grades 6-8 from 10:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m., and girls grades 9-12 from 1 p.m. to 3 p.m.. Camp fees are $55 for the high school and middle school camp, and $35 for the youth camp.
TABOR — Bolstered by a one-hit shutout from Chase Kortan, the Bon Homme/Scotland prep baseball team picked up a first-round playoff win in Region 1B West, topping Wagner/Avon/Lake Andes 10-0 in five innings. Kortan had nine strikeouts in the win, pitching all five innings. BH/S scored four runs in the second inning and added three runs each in the third and fourth innings. Sam Caba was 3-for-3 at the plate and knocked in 2 RBIs. Bryce Scieszinski and Cole Uecker each had two hits. BH/S tallied 12 hits in the game.
The Mitchell Parks and Recreation Department continues to take registration for summer baseball and softball. Those interested can sign up online at cityofmitchell.com or at the Recreation Center. The deadline for registration is Friday and the summer seasons will begin on May 31. For more information, call the recreation center at 995-8450.
The final Mitchell Quarterback Club meeting will be held today at Lakeview Golf Course in Mitchell. The meeting will start at 6:30 p.m. with a meal and all Mitchell and Dakota Wesleyan University coaches are invited to speak.
MADISON — Parkston High School's David Voorhees has signed to run college track and field at Dakota State University, the school announced Tuesday. Voorhees has a personal best of 11.52 seconds in the 100-meter dash, 24.09 seconds in the 200-meter dash and 44.64 seconds in the 300 hurdles for Parkston/Ethan's track team. Voorhees plans to study elementary education while running for the Trojans.
The Mitchell High School baseball team got back on track with a sweep of Sioux Falls Washington on Monday at Cadwell Park in Mitchell. Mitchell ended a four-game losing streak with an 11-5 win the first game and a 7-6 win in the second game over the Warriors. "We swung the bats well, pitched pretty well and played really good defense," Mitchell head coach Luke Norden said. "It was nice to see everything come together."
WINNER—Reed Harter pitched a complete game no-hitter as the Winner/Colome baseball team defeated Chamberlain/Lyman 13-0 in a first-round playoff game on Monday in Winner. Harter finished the game with 13 strikeouts and one walk in five innings pitched. Drew DeMers finished the game with a double and single with two runs scored, while Riley Calhoon had two singles, two runs scored and three stolen bases. Nick Lantz added two hits, two RBIs and two runs scored in the win.
SIOUX FALLS—The Mitchell High School girls golf team placed 10th at the Warrior Invite on Monday at Willow Run Golf Course in Sioux Falls. Mitchell carded a team score of 390 at the event, while Sioux Falls O'Gorman won the event with a score of 304. "The girls didn't do well very well and they struggled at the course," Mitchell head coach Keri Munsen said. "The girls said the greens were really fast and that hurt some of our scores."