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Governors Finish 12th at State Tennis Tournament

PIERRE, S.D. – The Pierre Governor tennis team finished 12th in the State Boys High School Tennis Tournament that wrapped up Saturday in Rapid City. Yankton surpassed Pierre on the final day of the tournament to claim 11th. Sioux Falls Lincoln won the team title with ESD champion Mitchell finishing runner up. Pierre did...
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Pierre Loses Championship Game of State Baseball Tournament

 MITCHELL, S.D. – The Pierre Spring High School baseball team defeated Sioux Falls O’Gorman 4-2 in a semi final game of the State Class A championship Final Four Saturday at Mitchell. But the State Title game did not go Pierre’s way as Sioux Falls Lincoln shutout Pierre 3-0 to capture the State Championship and...
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Governors Still 11th at State Boys Tennis Tournament

 RAPID CITY, S.D. – The Pierre Governors boys tennis team will finish no higher than 11th place with one day remaining at the State High School Boys Tennis tournament in Rapid City. The Governors held on to 11th place scoring 183 through 2 days of the tournment. Yesterday at number 1 singles. Connor Shoup...
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South Dakota Scoreboard

 American Association Baseball Sioux Falls Canaries 3, St. Paul Saints 1 College Baseball Summit League Tournament – Day 2 S. Dakota St. 6, Fort Wayne 3 Fort Wayne Eliminated NDSU 6, Western Illinois 1 Western Illinois 5, S. Dakota St. 2 S. Dakota St. Eliminated State Boys Tennis Tournament Day 2 1. Sioux Falls...
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Wall Wins Western Plains Conference All Sports Title

 KADOKA, S.D. – The Wall Eagles won the Western Great Plains All Sports Championship for 2013-2014. The Eagles won conference titles in football, boys golf and tied with Bennett County for the girls golf championship. Philip was second and Lyman finished third. Philip won conference titles in boys and girls cross country while Lyman...
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Lights Saved at SD Field Named for Legendary Coach

WINNER, S.D. (AP) – Baseball supporters in Winner have raised enough money to save the light towers at a field named for legendary Notre Dame football coach Frank Leahy. Leahy Bowl supporters raised $70,000 over a span of nine days. They needed to raise at least $50,000, or the City Council planned to tear...
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Vikings Sign Rookies Barr, Crichton, Exum

EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn. (AP) – The Minnesota Vikings have signed draft picks Anthony Barr, Scott Crichton and Antone Exum to contracts. The Vikings signed Barr, the ninth overall pick, and Exum, a seventh-rounder, on Wednesday. They announced the deal for Crichton, a third-round pick, on Thursday. Barr, a linebacker from UCLA, is expected to...
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South Dakota Scoreboard

 American Association Baseball St. Paul Saints 10, Sioux Falls Canaries 8 College Baseball Summit League Tournament NDSU 4, S. Dakota St. 3 High School Boys Tennis State Tournament- 1st Day 1. Mitchell 332 T1 RC Stevens 332 T1 SF Lincoln 332 T1 SF O’Gorman 332 T1 SF Washington 332
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Region 7B Track and Field Meet Held Thursday in Kadoka

KADOKA, S.D. – The Region 7B Track and Field meet was held Thursday in Kadoka. It was qualifying day for athletes for the State Class B Track and Field meet next week. Some of the highlight saw Jones County win twice on the girls side as a trio of relay races went to the...
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Pierre Wraps Up Regular Track and Field Season

HURON, S.D. – Sydney Palmer won two events in the field while Breven Kaiser took the triple jump at the Wendelglass Relays held Thursday in Huron. No team points were kept in the meet. Palmer won the Shot Put and Discus events for the Lady Govs. Courtney Dowling also won twice taking the 100...
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