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Sports Briefs 6-19

Mount Vernon teeners top K/WL By The Daily Republic WHITE LAKE -- Mount Vernon's teener baseball team improved to 7-0 with a 10-3 win over Kimball/White Lake Monday in White Lake. Drew Frey picked up the win in relief for Mount Vernon. He pitched...

Mount Vernon teeners top K/WL

By The Daily Republic

WHITE LAKE -- Mount Vernon's teener baseball team improved to 7-0 with a 10-3 win over Kimball/White Lake Monday in White Lake.

Drew Frey picked up the win in relief for Mount Vernon. He pitched three innings, allowing two hits and striking out one.

Charlie Mahaffey and Cody Renken each had three hits for Mount Vernon. Riley Talbott recorded two hits including a double for Kimball/White Lake.

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Mount Vernon's next game is at 7:30 p.m. in Mount Vernon. It's part of their midseason tournament and their opponent is still undecided.

Tabor scores 14, beats Freeman

By The Daily Republic

TABOR -- Tabor's amateur baseball team recorded 18 hits and was helped by seven Freeman errors as Tabor went on to a 14-4 victory Sunday in Tabor.

Doug Vanecek had four hits including a double. Chris Sutera, Jason Hupal and Wes Kloucek each had three hits for the Bluebirds.

Gary Kortan got the win on the mound, allowing two runs on six hits in seven innings.

Jake Weier had two hits for Freeman and Allan Scherschligt suffered the loss on the mound.

Wesleyan to host fishing tourney

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By The Daily Republic

The Dakota Wesleyan University women's basketball team is hosting Tigers on the Water, a Walleye tournament on Aug. 4 at Fort Randall Dam in Pickstown.

The event has a cost of $185 per team and includes a T-shirt, dinner and prizes. Teams will consist of two to three people and the tournament has a limit of 75 teams.

For more information on the tournament, contact Jason Christensen at 995-2175.

Tegethoff wins Coach of the Year

By The Daily Republic

Marla Tegethoff, Platte-Geddes' spirit coach, was named a recipient of the South Dakota High School Coaches Association spirit Coach of the Year for the spring season.

The coaches of the year recipients were announced Monday. Other coaches to receive awards include: Dell Rapids boys' golf coach Mick Hoglund, Pierre girls' golf coach John Knox, Sioux Falls Washington tennis coach Braden Bradfield, Viborg/Hurley boys' track and field coach John Nyhaug and Ipswich girls' track and field coach Todd Thorson.

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Owls improve to 3-1 in Pony Hills

By The Daily Republic

MILLER -- Armando Rodriguez had four hits including a three-run homer that gave his team the lead as the Wessington Springs amateur baseball team defeat Miller/Wessington 11-2 Sunday in Miller.

Arin Boschee picked up the win on the mound and Adam Kaus collected three hits for the Owls. Logan Kopfmann, Anthony Wahl, Mitch McLagan and Austin Olsen each had two hits. One of Wahl's hits was a two-run homer.

Wessington Springs' next game is against Pierre at 8 p.m. today in Wessington Springs.

Sabers wins junior event in playoff

By The Daily Republic

BRANDON -- Kristin Sabers, of Mitchell, shot a 79 to claim first place at a First Dakota National Bank Junior Tour golf event Monday in Brandon.

Sabers' score tied with two other golfers in the 16- to 18-year-old girls' division, but she recorded a birdie to win the playoff against Abbie Grevlos, of Sioux Falls; and Megan Mingo, of Yankton.

Parkston's Sydney Weber shot an 89, which was good for fourth place in the 14- to 15-year-old girls' division.

Chad Greenway expected at minicamp today

By The Daily Republic

Minnesota Vikings linebacker and Mount Vernon native Chad Greenway is expected to attend the team's minicamp that starts today, 1500ESPN.com reports.

Greenway has been dealing with a family emergency and Vikings coach Leslie Frazier said last week that if Greenway were to miss the minicamp his absence would be excused.

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