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Dylan Jespersen

Sports Reporter

Dylan is sports reporter for the Mitchell Republic. A native of Michigan, he graduated from Central Michigan University with a bachelors of science in journalism before joining the sports staff in March 2022. He covers 35 high schools along with NAIA's Dakota Wesleyan, which are all within Mitchell Republic's 17 county coverage area. Before joining the Mitchell Republic, Dylan covered sports in Michigan for a year, coached baseball for the Lakeland High School freshman team in White Lake, Mich. and played baseball and basketball in high school.

National races help bring Scotland area race track into the spotlight
Both the boys and girls teams are looking to improve their team scores while all the athletes look for new personal bests
Gregory’s Kade Stukel paced the boys golfers with a score of 78 strokes while Andes Central/Dakota Christian’s Abigail Svatos won the girls side with a score of 89 strokes
A Kernel-leading score of 77 strokes was good for a tie of second place individually as Mitchell tied for second as a team
Mitchell's top four combined for a score of 330 strokes, finishing 42-over-par for a convincing team victory in Sioux Falls
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After a successful playing and coaching career at Trevecca Nazarene University in Nashville, Reinhard looks to add his stamp to the Dakota Wesleyan womens soccer program
Carter Moller won the boys high jump championship while Tyler reached the podium four times on Saturday
Mitchell's combined score of 346 strokes left them just one stroke behind the eventual champions, Aberdeen Central
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The move to officially sanction softball by the SDHSAA has sparked schools and officials across the state to start making moves to offer softball to students for the first time
The Tigers finished the season with a 15-29 overall record