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SDSU Womens Basketball Earns Another Academic Award

  BROOKINGS, S.D. – The South Dakota State University women’s basketball team appeared in the WBCA Academic Top 25 Team Honor Roll for the eighth consecutive season, placing 13th among NCAA Division I programs, officials from the Women’s Basketball Coaches Association announced Thursday.  The Jackrabbits, coached by Aaron Johnston, compiled a 3.492 team grade-point...
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Pierre Player Records an Assist in South Dakota Soccer Victory

  AURORA, Co. – The South Dakota United Barcelona U17 team posted a 3-0 win over WFC New Jersey in their first game at the National Tournament in Aurora, Colorado yesterday.  Garret Pochop of Pierre is a member of the squad and assisted on one of the South Dakota squads goals in the game. ...
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Miller Now a Free Agent

  MIAMI (AP) – After the Miami Heat released Mike Miller Tuesday, the Mitchell native cleared waivers Thursday and is a free agent.  The 33 year old Miller  is able to sign with the team of choice but cannot return to Miami until after his former contract with the team expires June 2015.  The...
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Thursday Scoreboard

American Association Baseball Sioux Falls Canaries 5, Gary Southshore Railcats 2 American Legion Baseball Aberdeen 9, Renner Post 307 2 Renner Post 307 5, Aberdeen 4 Brookings 16, Sioux Falls West 6 Sioux Falls West 12, Brookings 6 Brandon Valley 6, Sioux Falls East 0 Mitchell 11, Davey Jones, Co. 2 Rapid City Post...
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South Dakotans Have Mixed Success at NHSFR

  ROCK RAPIDS, Wyo. – The weeklong 2013 National High School Finals Rodeo in Rock Springs, Wyo., wrapped up its first round on Wednesday, and Team South Dakota turned in a number of standout performances.  Rapid City’s Shane O’Connell led the South Dakota charge on Wednesday, turning in the top bareback score of the...
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Rattlers Win Thursday Night over Winner

  PIERRE, S.D. – The Pierre Rattlers amatuer baseball team downed Winner 9-4 Thursday night at Hyde Stadium.  Jordan LaBrie continued his hot hitting as he was a home run away from hitting for the cycle and 2 RBI’s.  Harry Decker had a couple of hits and Ryan Yackley tripled as the Rattlers banged...
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NAHL and Aberdeen Seasons Begin in September

  ABERDEEN, S.D. – The 38th regular season of the North American Hockey League will open Sept. 13.  There will be 24 teams in four divisions that each will play 60 regular-season games, or a combined 720. The season will end March 29. The league is for unpaid players ages 16-20 who are trying...
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Stiglemeier Optomistic on SDSU’s Coming Football Season

  PIERRE, S.D. – South Dakota State head football coach John Stiglemeier is cautiously optomistic about the up coming season.  Stiglemeier was in Pierre yesterday attending a SDSU Alumni event and then a Fellowship of Christian Athletes event in Ft. Pierre.  Stiglemeier said with two pre season all american candidates and the top running...
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Five to be Inducted into Amatuer Baseball Hall of Fame

  WATERTOWN, S.D. –  Five former standouts will be inducted into the South Dakota Amateur Baseball Hall of Fame in 2013.  The new inductees are Perry Danforth of Huron, Billy McMacken of Brookings, Mark Ripperda of Larchwood (Iowa) and brothers Chuck and Dave Sendelbach, who spent most of their amateur careers as staples for...
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South Downs North in All Star Volleyball Game

  ABERDEEN, S.D. – The South defeated the North in 3 straight games last night in the South Dakota All Star Games, all star volleyball match.  The South won by scores of 25-19, 25-12, 25-15 in the match played in Aberdeen.  Autumn Schultz of Wall led the South squad with 8  of the teams...
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