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Today's Sports Briefs: 4/5/13

South Dakota U16 team wins 5-0 By The Daily Republic TROY, Mich. -- The U16 South Dakota National Hockey Team shut out Arizona Union 5-0 Thursday in its second pool-play game. Team South Dakota got goals from Caleb Anderson, of Sioux Falls, Spenc...

South Dakota U16 team wins 5-0

By The Daily Republic

TROY, Mich. -- The U16 South Dakota National Hockey Team shut out Arizona Union 5-0 Thursday in its second pool-play game.

Team South Dakota got goals from Caleb Anderson, of Sioux Falls, Spencer Riddle, of Watertown, Skyler Sutten, of Watertown, T.J. Nolan and Brooks Mitzel, of Rapid City. Mitchell's Jacob Cersosimo earned an assist in the game.

The team plays For Wayne Phantoms, of Indiana, at 12:15 Central time today.

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The South Dakota U14 National Hockey Team suffered a 4-3 loss to the Utah Grizzlies in its second pool-play game at the U14 National Hockey Championships Thursday in Charlotte, N.C.

Team South Dakota led after the first period, but Utah scored three goals in the second. Team South Dakota responded with a pair of goals to tie the game in the third but Utah went ahead with the final goal.

The U14 team plays Nashville Junior Predators at 12:30 p.m. Central time today.

Parkton girls team wins SESD meet

By The Daily Republic

The Parkston High School girls' golf team finished first at Southeast South Dakota Conference golf tournament.

Sydney Bormann shot a 79 to finish first amongst individual golfers and Jordan Bormann finished second after shooting an 80.

Freeman's Arron Lickteig shot a 71 to win the boys' division.

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Southeast South Dakota

Conference tournament

BOYS' DIVISION

TEAM SCORES (3 golfers): Baltic 235; Freeman 264; Platte Geddes 268; Kimball 269; Viborg-Hurley 270; Canistota 283; Andes Central 286; Avon 292; Parker 298; Mt. Vernon-Plankinton 304; Irene-Wakonda 325; Centerville 345

TOP 15: Arron Lickteig, Freeman 71; Matt Moen, Baltic 73; Dylan Brende, Baltic 74; Russell Pick, Kimball 79; JJ Cooney, Andes Central 80; Drew Seubert, Canistota 80; Patrick Gillespie, Parker 80; Robert Jensen, Viborg-Hurley 81; Isaac Fuhrman, Canistota 85; Steve Miedema, Kimball 85; Tate Van Zee, Platte-Geddes 86; Landon Larsen, Irene-Wakonda 88; Noah Brown, Baltic 88; Colten Plooster, Platte-Geddes 89; Cody Thompson, Viborg-Hurley 90

GIRLS' DIVISION

TEAM SCORES (2 golfers): Parkston 159; Andes Central 185; Wagner 201; Freeman 206; Irene Wakonda 206; Platte Geddes 207; Mt. Vernon-Plankinton 211; Bridgewater-Emery 212; Bon Homme 227; Avon 256; Alcester-Hudson 264

TOP 15: Sydney Bormann, Parkston 79; Jordan Bormann, Parkston 80; Logan Wagner, Parkston 85; Sydney Weber, Parkston 87; Kellie Winckler, Andes Central 88; Aisha Abbink, Scotland 95; Tristen Scherr, Wagner 96; Krista Winckler, Andes Central 97; Shelby Bauer, Freeman 98; Niki Nelson, Platte-Geddes 98; Maisie Hurd, Bridgewater-Emery 100; Makaela Karst, Mount Vernon-Plankinton 102; Sydney Nielsen, Irene-Wakonda 102; Makayla Mohr, Irene-Wakonda 104

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DWU football program to hold spring scrimmage

By The Daily Republic

The Dakota Wesleyan University football team will play in its annual spring scrimmage on its practice field on the DWU campus at 10 a.m. on April 20.

The scrimmage is open to the public and the Tigers are also hosting a dunk and three-point contest to fundraise for the program.

The dunk contest costs $100 per person and is open to the first 15 paid participants. The three-point contest is also $100 and is open to the first 30 paid participants.

Prizes will be awarded to the winners of each contest and items will also be raffled off at the contest.

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