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Two Miller Players Named Class A All State Volleyball

  SIOUX FALLS, S.D. (AP) – Two players who played key roles in leading the Sioux Falls Christian Chargers to their fourth title in five years, middle hitter Shelby Zomermaand and libero Kortney Pollema, highlight the first team of the South Dakota Volleyball Coaches Association Class A All-State team, announced today.  Miller, which lost...
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USD Women Win

  VERMILLION, S.D. – Nicole Seekamp tallied 16 points and dished out six assists as the South Dakota women’s basketball team collected its fifth straight win with a 81-62 victory over Valparaiso on Tuesday night in the DakotaDome. USD is now 4-0 at home this season.  Seekamp shot 4-for-9 from the field and was...
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Northern State Women Rated 3rd

  ABERDEEN, S.D. – The Northern State women’s basketball team continues to climb in the USA Today/WBCA Top-25 Coaches’ Poll, moving up two spots to No. 3 in the country in the latest poll released Tuesday.  The Wolves (9-0) received a total of 670 points in this week’s poll. Regional opponent Emporia State (Kan.)...
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Chargers Rout Lady Buffalos

  ONIDA, S.D. – New year, same story for the Sully Buttes Chargers girls basketball team.  The 5th ranked Chargers held Stanley County scoreless in the first half and routed the Lady Buffalos 70-12 in the high school girls basketball season opener in Onida Tuesday night.  Racquel Wientjes outscored the entire Stanley County team...
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St. Pierre Earns All American Honors

  WACO, TEXAS — Solomon St. Pierre of the #16 University of Sioux Falls Football Team (11-1) has been named to the 2014 AFCA Division II Coaches’ All-America Team, according to an announcement today by the American Football Coaches Association.   St. Pierre, a junior cornerback and a nominee for the Cliff Harris Award for the top...
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Creighton Outlasts USD

  OMAHA, Neb.–Creighton junior guard James Milliken came off the bench and scored a career-high 23 points, eight of which came in the final overtime, as the Bluejays pulled out a 91-88 double-overtime victory against South Dakota Tuesday before 16,270 fans at the CenturyLink Center.  Creighton (8-2) ran its home winning streak to 24...
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Jacks Win at St. Louis

  ST. LOUIS – After a back-and-forth first half that saw nine lead changes and four ties, South Dakota State trailed for the vast majority of the second half on Tuesday at Saint Louis, but the Jackrabbits kept it close and closed on a 14-2 run to secure a 62-55 win against the Billikens. ...
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Tuesday Scoreboard

NBA D-League Canton Charge 113, Sioux Falls Skyforce 103 Men’s College Basketball Creighton 91, South Dakota 88   2OT S.Dakota St. 62, Saint Louis 55 Women’s College Basketball South Dakota 81, Valparaiso 62 Midland 62, Dakota St. 44 High School Girls Basketball Beresford 48, Centerville 42 Bon Homme 59, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 30 Burke/South Central 39, Lyman...
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Getz Named Golfer of the Year

  BROOKINGS, S.D.—Sophomore Hallie Getz of the South Dakota State women’s golf team was named the Female Golfer of the Year recently by the South Dakota Golf Association.  The Pierre, native won the SDGA Women’s Amateur Championship this past August and teamed with fellow Jackrabbit Megan Mingo (Yankton) to win the Two-Woman Championship.  With...
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Cubs Lose Two Wrestling Matches

  BROOKINGS, S.D. – The Chamberlain Cubs dropped a pair of matches in a triangular in Brookings on Monday Night.  The Cubs were beaten 62-15 by Brookings and then were defeated by West Central 56-22.  8th grader Collin Powell and 7th grade heavyweight Nash Hutmacher won both of their matches for the Cubs with...
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