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Zech Lambert

Sports Reporter

Zech Lambert is a sports reporter for the Mitchell Republic.

He joined the Mitchell Republic in July 2022 after graduating from Penn State University in May 2022 with a degree in broadcast journalism, a minor in sports studies and a sports journalism certificate. At Penn State, he was involved with the student newspaper, The Daily Collegian, as well as student radio.

He has also covered Penn State football for student radio, as well as for the Philadelphia Inquirer as a freelancer.

Growing up in Eastern Pennsylvania, Lambert gained a background in a variety of sports, including baseball, basketball and football.

Lambert currently lives in Mitchell with his dog, Owen, and enjoys disc golfing and playing basketball outside of work.

Readers can reach him at 484-894-4763 or zlambert@mitchellrepublic.com. Follow him on Twitter @Zech_Lambert.

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After rolling to a 12-0 record and a 55-18 win in the state title game in the DakotaDome last year, Howard is making the jump to 9AA for the 2022 season and still has the state title in its sights.
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After going 25-10, making it to the round of 16 in the NAIA national tournament and a Great Plains Athletic Conference tournament semifinal appearance a season ago, the Tigers want to improve on that mark.
With four letterwinners returning, there is stability at the top of Mitchell High School boys golf lineup but some question marks at the bottom
Duane "Stub" Miller has been involved with baseball for eight decades and was recognized for his service in World War II at Cadwell Park on Thursday night.
With quarterback Carson Camp getting ready to start his second full season, the Coyotes are gearing up for a tough schedule, despite a few holes in the roster.
Kimball/White Lake's Zak Wallner threw 138 pitches in his second consecutive complete-game effort to punch the Nationals ticket to the quarterfinals of the South Dakota Class B amateur state tournament.
Coming into 2022, South Dakota State has its eyes set on a national championship thanks to speed on defense and depth on offense.
The Alexandria Angels scored three runs in the final to innings to cap off a come-from-behind win over the Platte Killer Tomatoes and advance in the South Dakota Class B amateur state tournament.
A late RBI single from Cole Cheeseman propelled the Salem Cubs over Four Corners in the first round of the South Dakota Class B amateur state tournament on Friday night.
Canova's offense came to life late in the game and the Gang rallied to take down Tabor and advance to the second round of the South Dakota Class B amateur state tournament.