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Chamberlain Basketball Standout Will Attend Dakota St.

MADISON, S.D. – Chamberlain senior basketball standout Kennedy Wagner signed with the Dakota State University women’s basketball program.  The School announced the signing of Kennedy on Friday.  Wagner, a 5-foot-9 guard, averaged 18.5 points, 4.8 rebounds, 4.5 assists and 2.2 steals through her four-year career with the Cubs.  She scored 1,295 career points and...
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Former St. Thomas More Standout to Transfer to USD

VERMILLION, S.D. – Caitlin Duffy, one of the state’s recent high school standouts, from Colorado State to the University of South Dakota.  Duffy, a 5-foot-11 guard from Rapid City who guided St. Thomas More to the 2012 state title is transferring from Colorado St. to USD and will be eligible for her sophomore year...
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SDSU Whips Ft. Wayne

FORT WAYNE, Ind. – Adam Bray pitched seven shutout innings and the South Dakota State offense pounded out 14 hits as the Jackrabbit baseball team opened a four-game series against Summit League-leading Fort Wayne with an 11-1 victory Friday afternoon. The game was called after eight innings due to the 10-run rule.   Aaron...
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Friday South Dakota Scoreboard

 College Baseball Minnesota-Duluth 13, Sioux Falls 1 Minnesota-Duluth 12, Sioux Falls 7 Minnesota St. 6, Northern St. 2 Minnesota St. 6, Northern St. 1 Auguustana 8, Southwest Minnesota St. 5 Augustana 16, Southwest Minnesota St. 5 S. Dakota St. 11, Ft. Wayne 1 Jamestown 8, Dakota St. 3 Jamestown 16, Dakota St. 0 College...
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Summit League Baseball Tournament Tickets on Sale

SIOUX FALLS – Tickets for the 2014 Summit League Baseball Championship, presented by First PREMIERE Bank/First PREMIER Bankcard, went on sale at 10 a.m. this morning through the Sioux Falls Sports Authority.  A variety of ticketing options will be available for the double-elimination tournament, which is scheduled for May 22-24 at Sioux Falls Stadium,...
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Leong Signs to Attend UMary and Play College Tennis

PIERRE, S.D. – Pierre Lady Governor tennis standout Elieen Leong will be attending the University of Mary to play college tennis next year.  Leong was the number 1 singles and member of the number 1 doubles team for the Lady Govs as well as excelling on the track for the Lady Governor track and...
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Governors Drop Tennis Duals on Thursday

PIERRE, S.D. – The Pierre Governor tennis team lost a pair of duals Thursday to Rapid City Stevens and Aberdeen Central in a tennis triangular at the Griffin Park Courts.  Rapid City Stevens defeated the Governors 9-0 and Aberdeen Central posted a 6-3 dual win over Pierre dropping Pierre’s dual record to 2 and...
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Thursday South Dakota Scoreboard

 USHL Playoffs First Round Best of 5 Waterloo 7, Stampede 2      (Waterloo wins series 3-0) NBA D-League Playoffs Semi Final Best of 3 Fort Wayne Mad Ants 113, Sioux Falls Skyforce 111  (Ft. Wayne leads series 1-0) College Baseball Northwestern 4, Mt. Marty 2 Mt. Marty 3, Northwestern 2 Dakota Wesleyan  7, Briar Cliff...
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Hockey to be Offered as Pierre Summer Rec Program

PIERRE, S.D. – Hockey is becoming a year round sport in Pierre.  The Pierre City Recreation Department will be offering hockey as a summer rec offering this summer at the Pierre Area Youth Skating Association (PAYSA) ice rink in East Pierre.  Details on the new summer rec offering will be posted on the Pierre...
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Augustana Softball Rated 3rd in First Regional Ranking

INDIANAPOLIS – Augustana is rated 3rd in the first of three NCAA Division II Region Softball rankings released yesterday by the NCAA.  Augustana is 31-8 on the season and 25-8 against in-region opponents.  Augustana is one of four NSIC Conference teams in the regional rankings which is led by Minnesota State-Mankato.   Winona State is...
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