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Post 8 to Honor 2004 State 13-14 Teener Champions

PIERRE, S.D. – The 2004 State Champion Pierre 13-14 Teener baseball team will be honored by the Pierre Post 8 American Legion Baseball Program on Saturday July 12th during the Joe Kirley Memorial 13-14 baseball tournament.  The 13-14 Teener team crusied through the season recording a 34-2 record and won the State Championshp on...
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Getz to Golf in National Tournament

PIERRE, S.D. – Former Pierre Lady Gov golfer Hallie Getz will compete in the United State Golf Association’s Women’s Amateur Public Links Championship.  Getz, a two time state high school champion in South Dakota,  qualified for July 14-19 tournament in DuPont, Wash., by competing in the sectional qualifier in Lincoln, Neb., on June 6....
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Iverson Will Play in NBA Summer League

BOSTON –  Colton Iverson has a second chance to show the Boston Celtics he is worthy of earning a spot on their roster.  Iverson, a Yankton High School graduate, will play for the Celtics in their upcoming Summer League schedule, which begins Saturday in Orlando, Florida.  A year after being drafted 53rd overall by...
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Rattlers Ranked Third Again in State Amateur Baseball Poll

WATERTOWN, S.D. – The Renner Monarchs in Class A and Parkston Mudcats in Class B continue to lead their respective divisions in this week’s South Dakota amateur baseball poll.  The Pierre Rattlers continue to be ranked third in the Class A poll.  There will be no poll next week. The final poll of the...
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Machbitz Earns National Recognition

LOS ANGELES – South Dakota State University baseball player Aaron Machbitz received recognition from a national publication recently as he was named to the 2014 Division I College Baseball All-America First Team by the Jewish Sports Review.  Machbitz was selected as a first baseman to the 14-player first team. Machbitz paced the Jackrabbits in...
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Zenner Named to Pre Season All American Team

PHILADELPHIA – South Dakota State University running back Zach Zenner was named Tuesday to the The Sports Network FCS Preseason All-America First Team.  Zenner, who will enter his senior season this fall, has earned All-America recognition from The Sports Network and several other organizations each of the past two seasons. He burst onto the...
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Scoreboard

 American Association Baseball Gary Southshore Railcats 13, Sioux Falls Canaries 5 American Legion Baseball Sioux Falls West 11, Marshall, Mn. 1 Sioux Falls West 10, Marshall, Mn.  0 Aberdeen Smittys 7, Brandon Valley 6 Brandon Valley 4, Aberdeen Smittys 3 Rapid City Post 22 10, Rocky Mountain 4 Rapid City Post 320 15, Sioux...
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Chamberlain Man Recieves Honor from Mount Marty

CHAMBERLAIN, S.D. – Chamberlain native Brock Sundall received an honor from Mount Marty College for his years of service to the Chamberlain baseball program, it was announced Sunday. The Distinguished Professional Achievement Award was given to Sundall as part of an alumni reunion at Mount Marty College, where he played baseball for the Lancers....
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Firsick Earns Summit League Top Honor

ELMHURST, Ill. — South Dakota’s NCAA national champion pole vaulter Bethany (Buell) Firsick has been named The Summit League Female Scholar-Athlete of the Year in a vote by the league’s faculty athletic representatives and announced Monday. The Award is the most prestigious individual honor given by the league.  Firsick, a four-time first-team All-American (twice...
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Augustana Wins Second Mayors Cup

SIOUX FALLS, S.D. –  Augustana College will hold bragging rights for the second straight year as the winner of the 2013-14 Mayor’s Cup Challenge over the University of Sioux Falls.  The Vikings won the point-based competition that pits 16 common, equally weighted, sports by a score of 14-5. Each school’s fan base was also...
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