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Hanson boys basketball coach Josh Oltmanns will speak at the Quarterback Club meeting Wednesday at the Depot in Mitchell. The meeting begins at 7:30 p.m. and Oltmanns will discuss the Hanson Boys Classic, which is Saturday.
BOYS BASKETBALL Here is the South Dakota Sportswriters Association preseason boys basketball poll for the week of Jan. 19. Teams are listed with first place votes in parenthesis and total...
• Mitchell High School boys basketball vs. Brookings, 7 p.m. in Brookings. • Mitchell Christian boys basketball vs. Avon, 8 p.m. at Mitchell Christian School. • Mitchell Christian girls basketball...
STICKNEY -- The Corsica/Stickney girls basketball team snapped a six-game losing streak on Monday, defeating Mitchell Christian 44-41 in Stickney. "It was a really good game that could have gone either way," Mitchell Christian head coach Jackie Van Laecken said. "The girls played with a lot of passion and heart. It just went the other way." Hope Menning had 23 points for Corsica/Stickney, while Courtney Menning had 16 points, five assists and 10 rebounds for a double-double.
Today, at the Corn Palace, the Mitchell girls basketball team hosts Brookings in an Eastern South Dakota Conference game. Time: 7 p.m. Records: Mitchell (4-5), Brookings (6-2) Notes: The Mitchell Kernels are undefeated at home this season. ... Mitchell has a 47-game winning streak at the Corn Palace, dating back to January 2011. ... Brookings hasn't lost a road game all season. ...Brookings is on a four-game winning streak. ... The Kernels are looking to avenge a 52-36 loss against Huron last week. Next: The Mitchell girls play Pierre at 7 p.m. on Thursday at the Corn Palace.
• Mitchell Christian girls basketball vs. Corsica/Stickney, 6:30 p.m. in Stickney. • Area high school boys basketball: Andes Central at Parkston; Ethan vs. Menno; Hanson vs. Howard in Alexandria; •...
WOLSEY -- Dillon Moore's 23 points and five rebounds propelled Sanborn Central/Woonsocket past Wessington Springs 59-40 on Saturday in Wolsey. In addition to Moore, Josh Feiner had 11 points and Brady Tiede had 10 points and 11 rebounds. SBC grabbed 38 rebounds, had 11 steals, 19 assists and shot 27-of-64 from the floor. Nicolas Paulson had 18 points and four rebounds for Wessington Springs. Wessington Springs grabbed 22 rebounds, had six steals, six assists and shot 17-of-42 from the floor. SBC (7-1) plays in the 281 Tournament in Huron on Tuesday, while Wessington Springs (0-7) takes on
KEARNEY, Neb. -- The Dakota Wesleyan wrestling team competed in the University of Nebraska-Kearney dual meet, and went 1-3 on Saturday in Kearney, Neb. The Tigers defeated York College (Neb.) 28-18 from five forfeit wins, and a 7-3 win from Dusty Paulsen over York's Chrystian Banuelos in the 157 weight class. DWU took on Hastings college, dropping a 33-19 contest.
Sioux Center, Iowa -- The Dakota Wesleyan track team competed in the Dordt Open on Saturday in Sioux Center, Iowa. Daniel Porter finished fourth in the triple jump, as he jumped 12.78 meters. Ryan Antaya took fifth in the weight throw, as he tossed a 13.74. Skylar Forgey finished ninth in the 400-meter dash with a time of one minute and 4.11 seconds, while Jessica Neises took ninth in the 600-meter run with a time of 1:50.60. DWU next competes in the the Minnesota State University Invitational on Friday in Mankato, Minn.
MADISON -- The Wagner gymnastics team finished in second place with 126.8 points at the Madison Invitational on Saturday in Madison. Chamberlain finished in fourth place with 124.275 points, while the Parkston/Ethan/Hanson gymnastics team earned 123.025 points and placed fifth at the event. Madison won the event with a score of 134.875. Wagner's Hannah Flemming finished second in All-Around with 33.75 points, while Shantel Bairey of Chamberlain came in third place with 33.175 points. Team results (Place, team, points) 1. Madison, 134.875, 2. Wagner, 126.8, 3. Deuel, 125.275, 4.