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SDSU Football Duo to Compete in Shrine Game

BROOKINGS, S.D — South Dakota State University football players Jacob Ohnesorge and Jake Wieneke have received invitations to play in the East-West Shrine Game next month in St. Petersburg, Florida. Ohnesorge brings a string of 51 consecutive starts at center into the Jackrabbits’ Football Championship quarterfinal playoff contest Saturday against New Hampshire. Ohnesorge has...
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Cubs Girls Basketball Loses Season Opener

PRESHO, S.D. – The Lyman Raiders boke open a close game by outscoring Chamberlain 14-7 in the 4th quarter to record a 46-42 win over the Cubs in the season opener for both teams Friday night in Chamberlain. Kayt Garnos scored 19 points to lead the Raiders followed by Kasey Wqgner’s 16 point effort....
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Capitals Drop Second Straight

RAPID CITY, S.D. – The Rushmore Thunders jumped out a 4-1 period lead and went on defeat the OOahe Capitals 8-3 in South Dakota High School league hockey Friday night in Rapid City. Spencer Wedin had a pair of second period goals that cut the Thunders lead to 5-3 but 3 unanswered third period...
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Saturday Morning Scoreboard

Men’s College Basketball SDSU 103 Concordia 67 Minot State 78 Augustana 75 St. Cloud State 88 USF 82 Northern State 75 Bemidji State 54 Women’s College Basketball Augustana 83 Minot State 52 USF 65 St. Cloud State 59 Northern State 65 vs. Bemidji State 55 High School Basketball BOYS BASKETBALL Aberdeen Central 49, Pierre...
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Govs Can’t Overcome Cold Shooting First Quarter

PIERRE, S.D. – The Pierre Governor basketball team could not overcome a slow start as they fell to pre season top rated Aberdeen Central 49-38 in the season opener for both teams Friday night in Pierre. The Governors managed just two points in the first quarter and fell behind 15-2 to the Golden Eagles....
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Class AA All State Volleyball Team Named

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. – The Class AA High School Girls Volleyball team was selected and named today by the South Dakota Volleyball Coaches Association. State champion Harrisburg had two players named to the first team and another to the second team. Outside hitter Madison Wassink and setter Avery Thorson were named to the first...
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Thursday Morning Scoreboard

High School Basketball Boys Gillette Invitational Rapid City Central 44, Cheyenne Central, Wyo. 42 Girls Gillette Invitational Bismarck Legacy, N.D. 66, Rapid City Central 47 High School Wrestling Canton 62 Adrian, Mn. 12 Canton 74 Tri-Valley 6 Adrian, Mn. 54 Tri-Valley 21 Kingsbury County Quadrangular Kingsbury 39, Warner/Northwestern 24 Kingsbury 42, Huron JV 21...
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Daum Named Summit League Athlete of the Month

ELMHURST, Ill. — South Dakota State’s Mike Daum was selected as the Summit League’s November Male Athlete of the Month, announced Dec. 7 by the conference office. Daum helped the Jacks to a 7-2 record through the opening part of the season and averaged a near-double-double, posting 20.1 points and 8.2 rebounds per game...
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Football players accused in sexual assault plead not guilty

VERMILLION, S.D. (AP) – Two University of South Dakota football players accused in a sexual assault have pleaded not guilty in state court. KSFY-TV reports that Danny Rambo and Dale Williamson appeared in court Thursday to enter their pleas. Rambo is charged with felony rape and Williamson with felony attempted rape. According to police,...
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Dakotadome Renovation Plans Approved by Regents

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – Regents have approved a $26 million renovation of a University of South Dakota athletic facility. The DakotaDome renovation plan was passed unanimously by the regents during a meeting in Sioux Falls Wednesday and sent to the Legislature. The university plans to submit a request for a proposal to architects...
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