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Catching up with former area athletes: Reiff backup D-tackle for Hawkeyes

Parkston graduate Brady Reiff is listed as a backup defensive tackle on the Iowa Hawkeyes' spring football depth chart. The 6-foot-3, 260-pound sophomore moved over from defensive end to defensive tackle late last season. He's expected to be in t...

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Parkston graduate Brady Reiff is listed as a backup defensive tackle on the Iowa Hawkeyes' spring football depth chart.

The 6-foot-3, 260-pound sophomore moved over from defensive end to defensive tackle late last season. He's expected to be in the defensive tackle rotation this season for the Hawkeyes.

Reiff, the younger brother of Minnesota Vikings offensive lineman Riley Reiff, played in seven games last season for Iowa.

The Hawkeyes spring game is Friday, April 21 at Kinnick Stadium.

Sutera starting for Trojans

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Tyndall native Zach Sutera has started all eight games for the Dakota State University baseball team.

Sutera is batting .174 in 23 at-bats for the Trojans. He's recorded five runs, four hits, one double and one RBI.

Dakota State (0-8) will play at Viterbo University in La Crosse, Wisconsin on Saturday and Sunday.

Bormann, Weber tie for 37th

The Augustana University women's golf moved up two spots to finish fourth out of nine teams at the Augustana Spring Fling at the Classic Club in Palm Desert, California on March 16-17.

Parkston graduates and Augie golfers Sydney Weber and Jordan Bormann tied for 37 at the meet.

Weber, a freshman, shot a 21-over-par 165 (82-83). Weber, a senior, also carded a 21-over-par 165 (80-85).

The Vikings will be in action this Saturday and Sunday at the Nebraska-Kearney Invite in Kearney, Nebraska.

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