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Lowery Honored at Dan Lennon Meet

VERMILLION, S.D. – South Dakota track and field honored former Vermillion High School coach and athletic director Bob Lowery with the Dan Lennon Award during the Dan Lennon Invitational held at the DakotaDome on Monday. He is the 25th recipient of the award.  Lowery coached cross country and track and field at VHS for...
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South Dakota Monday Scoreboard

 College Baseball Sioux Falls 12, Minnesota-Crookston 4 Sioux Falls 8, Minnesota-Crookston 7    13 innings
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Four Golf Courses in State Are Top Course According to Golfweek Magazine

RAPID CITY, S.D. – Four golf courses from the Black Hills region and a course in Yankton were named “Best courses you can play” in South Dakota, according to Golfweek magazine.  Golfweek recently unveiled its 2014 list of the top courses in the country on a variety of barometers, including the best publicly accessible...
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Severyn Earns PACA Weekly Award

 PIERRE, S.D. – The Pierre Athletic Coaches Association (PACA) has named their Riggs High School Athlete of the Week for the week ending March 22nd.  Erin Severyn was named by the association.   Erin totaled 25 points, 18 rebounds, 2 steal, 4 assists, 1 block for the state tournament, while being a spark off the...
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Keyes Named Gov and Lady Gov Head Cross Country Coach

PIERRE, S.D. – The Pierre Governors have a new Head Cross Country Coach for next year.  At the Pierre School Board Meeting over the noon hour, Jim Keyes was named as the new head coach of the program.  Keyes, a graduate of Riggs High School, served as assistant coach under outgoing head coach Keith...
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Pierre Junior Shooters Compete Saturday at Armour

PIERRE, S.D. – The Pierre Jr. Shooters participated in the DC Shooting Team Invitational BB Gun Match on Saturday in Armour.  The 10-11 year od division team took first place in their division while the 8-9 age division and 12-15 year old division teams finished second.  The Pierre squad was also awarded the Sportsmanship...
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Hanson Scores 2 in Creighton Loss in NCAA Tournament

SAN ANTONIO – Former Pierre Governor and two time South Dakota Player of the Year Zach Hanson saw 13 minutes of action in the NCAA Men’s Basketball tournament yesterday.  Hanson and his Creighton Bluejay teammates were eliminated from the Big Dance in the third round as they were defeated by Baylor 85-55 in a...
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Smith to be Named USD Men’s Head Basketball Coach

VERMILLION, S.D. – The University of South Dakota has found its new head men’s basketball coach.  Craig Smith, a second-year assistant at Nebraska, will be introduced today (Monday) at a 2 p.m. news conference in Vermillion, according to a USD release Sunday night.  Smith, a native of Stephen, Minn., has coached alongside Tim Miles...
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Paluch Scores 19 to Lead SDSU to WNIT Win

BROOKINGS, S.D. — The South Dakota State women’s basketball team (24-9) used a 28-0 run over 11 minutes to defeat Creighton (20-14), 62-51, in the second round of the Women’s NIT Sunday in front of 2,152 fans in Frost Arena.  Senior guard Steph Paluch of Pierre scored 19 points to lead the Jackrabbits. Megan...
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Stanley County’s John Latham Region 4B Wrestling Coach of the Year

PIERRE, S.D. – Two wrestling coaches from central South Dakota will be honored this weekend by the South Dakota Wrestling Coaches Association.  Stanley County High School Head Wrestling Coach John Latham is the Region 4B Coach of the Year while Kevin Morehart of Philip is the Junior High Coach of the Year.  The two...
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