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Two Kernels named to All-Eastern South Dakota Conference teams

Two Mitchell Kernels earned all-Eastern South Dakota Conference honors in boys and girls basketball. Connor Morgan was named all-conference honorable mention on the boys team, while Erin Farnham earned all-ESD honorable mention on the girls team....

Two Mitchell Kernels earned all-Eastern South Dakota Conference honors in boys and girls basketball.

Connor Morgan was named all-conference honorable mention on the boys team, while Erin Farnham earned all-ESD honorable mention on the girls team.

A complete list of the teams is located below.

All-ESD boys teams

FIRST TEAM

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Aberdeen: Anthony Bachmeier, sr.; Brandon Valley: Drew Jurgens, jr.; Huron: Hyland Heinz, jr.; Tye Evers, jr.; Pierre: Erin Severyn, sr.; Brevin Kaiser, sr.; Watertown: Spencer Waege, jr.; Nate Davis, sr.; Yankton: Tanner Frick, sr.; Bradey Sorenson, sr.

HONORABLE MENTION

Aberdeen-Cole Bergan, so.; Cannon Hannigan, jr.; TJ Allam, sr.; Brandon Valley: Alex Waltner, jr.; Spencer Grage, jr.; Brookings: Isaac Brandt, sr.; Zach Treiber, sr.; Mitchell: Connor Morgan, jr.; Pierre: Brad Dean, jr.; Watertown: Alex Gauer, jr.

All-ESD girls teams

FIRST TEAM

Aberdeen: Brianna Kusler, sr.; Paiton Burckhard, so.; Brandon Valley: Taylor Thorson, sr.; Brookings: Sara Tvedt, sr.; Harrisburg: Sami Slaughter, jr.; Harrisburg: Sydney Halling, so.; Huron: Sarah Carr, sr.; Pierre: Hallie Jerome, jr.; Watertown: Mateya Walder, jr.; Yankton: Becky Frick, sr.

HONORABLE MENTION

Aberdeen: Karli Gardner, so.; Brandon Valley: Danica Kocer, fr.; Brookings: Baylee Tetzlaff, jr.; Mitchell: Erin Farnham, sr.; Yankton: Lindsey Hale, jr.; Yankton: Madason Tessier, jr.

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