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Bridgewater-Emery/Ethan had four players named to the All-Big East Conference football team on Wednesday. Seahawk seniors Camden Myers and Ethan Riggs along with junior Jacob Eddy and sophomore Cole Gassmann were selected. Howard seniors Dane Dornbusch and Jordan Genzlinger represented the Tigers, while McCook Central/Montrose seniors Jesse Muth and Jerry Kappenman represented the Fighting Cougars. Sioux Falls Christian led the conference with five players being selected. All-Big East Conference football team Baltic: Lathon Gorospe, jr.; Sam Clark, sr.; Kadin Wolff, jr. Beresford: Lo
Mount Vernon/Plankinton had three volleyball players named the All-Custer Battlefield Highway Conference first team on Wednesday. Seniors Makaela Karst, Mikayla Weiss and Megan Bultsma each earned first-team honors, while Mitchell Christian senior Emily Reynen, Sanborn Central/Woonsocket junior Myah Selland and Kimball/White Lake junior Brooklyn Donald joined the trio. Karst was named the conference's Most Valuable Player and led MV/P to 5-0 conference record. Sanborn Central/Woonsocket, which finished third in the conference with a 3-2 record, had two seniors named to the all-conference se
BROOKINGS — Behind a career-high 31 points from Mitchell native Macy Miller, the South Dakota State University women's basketball team defeated the Southeastern Conference's Arkansas Razorbacks at Frost Arena, 76-69 on Wednesday night. Miller was 11-for-19 shooting and was 8-for-9 at the free throw line. She added four rebounds and three assists in the win. Miller's previous career-high was 30, set in a game at Denver on Feb.
For the first time in six years, the Dakota Wesleyan University volleyball team had a player named to the all-Great Plains Athletic Conference team, which was announced on Wednesday. Junior outside hitter Lauren Tadlock was named All-GPAC second team for her 2015 season. Tadlock, a Rapid City native, is the first DWU player named to the first or second All-GPAC team since Ashley Kley was selected in 2009. "I was thrilled to see Lauren receive second team honors in the toughest volleyball conference in the nation," DWU head coach Lindsay Wilber said in a press release.
SIOUX FALLS — The girls basketball teams from Avon and Hanson will meet in the Edith Sanford Breast Center Girls Pentagon Classic Dec. 19 at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls, it was announced Wednesday. Eighteen teams from four states will play in nine games, starting at 9 a.m. with the Beavers and the Pirates. Reigning South Dakota champions Sioux Falls Washington (Class AA) and St. Thomas More (Class A) and Nebraska Class C2 defending title-holder Crofton are among this year's field.
FREMONT, Neb.—The Dakota Wesleyan University wrestling team dropped a pair of Great Plains Athletic Conference dual matches on Tuesday at Midland University in Fremont, Neb. The Tigers fell to Concordia University 49-0 and Midland 43-3. Isaac Rangel picked up DWU's lone win with a 4-1 decision over Midland's Asaiah Dyer in a 184 pound match. DWU (0-4, 0-3 GPAC) competes in a quad against other South Dakota college wrestling programs—Northern State, Augustana and South Dakota State—on Dec. 6 at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls.
Four Dakota Wesleyan University football players were named to the Great Plains Athletic Conference first team on Tuesday. Brady Bonte, Brady Mudder, Hayden Adams and Taylor Hayley were each given the league honor. Bonte, a senior linebacker, picked up his third straight first team selection. In 2015, Bonte was second on the team with 80 total tackles (20 for a loss) and terrorized opposing quarterbacks with 8.5 sacks. Bonte also had five forced fumbles, an interception and five pass breakups. Leading the Tigers in sacks this season was Mudder, a junior defensive end.
Colome, Corsica-Stickney and Scotland all shared the Great Plains Conference championship and all three shared a league-best five all-conference players, the conference announced on Tuesday. The three teams all made the semifinal round of the state football playoffs and managed to beat each other during the regular season. Corsica-Stickney lost to Colome in the season opener but managed to beat Scotland on Oct.
The Mitchell Recreation Center will be hosting a meeting for anyone interested in getting a team into the adult men's basketball league. The meeting will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Dec. 16 at the Mitchell Rec Center and all interested teams should have a representative present. For more information contact Kevin Devries at (605) 995-8450 or at email@example.com
Two members of the Winner volleyball team were named to the Big Dakota all-conference volleyball team, the conference announced on Monday. Seniors Sydney Fritz and Bailey Volmer were the Warriors' representatives on the first team.