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Dakota State’s Boomsma Earns A.I.I. Weekly Honor

  MADISON, S.D. – The Association of Independent Institutions (A.I.I.) has selected Dakota State’s Seth Boomsma as its Male Athlete of the Week honor.  Boomsma blazed to a first-place finish in the 100-meter dash and ran a leg on the second-place 4 x 100-meter relay team at the Sioux City Relays. He claimed the...
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SDSU’ Garner Gathers Summit League Weekly Honor

  ELMHURST, Ill. – South Dakota State’s Brooke Garner has been honored today with her second consecutive Summit League Outdoor Track and Field Athlete of the Week award. Garner has won the award for her performance at the Nebraska Quad last weekend.  At the Nebraska Quad Garner won the hammer throw (198′ 3.00″) and...
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Augustana Softball Hurler Named NSIC Pitcher of the Week

  BURNSVILLE, Minn. – Jenelle Trautmann pitched the Augustana Vikings to two victories to improve her record in the circle to 21-5 last week.  For her efforts, Trautmann earned Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference Softball Pitcher of the Week honors.   In game one of a neutral-site doubleheader versus Minnesota-Duluth, Trautmann gave up five runs,...
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SDSU Sweeps Summit League Baseball Honors

  ELMHURST, Ill. — South Dakota State University baseball players Stephen Bougher and Daniel Telford have been honored by The Summit League for their efforts in leading the Jackrabbits to three victories this past weekend.  Bougher was named co-Summit League Pitcher of the Week after hurling a three-hit shutout April 14 at Oakland. The right-hander scattered three...
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Ostarello Not Selected In WNBA Draft

  UNDATED – Ft. Pierre native and former Purdue basketball standout Sam Ostarello did not get drafted last night in the 3 round WNBA draft.  Ostarello, who is a former South Dakota Gatorade Player of the Year and South Dakota Miss Basketball will now wait to see if she is invited to a WNBA...
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Mitchell Basketball Coach Resigns

  MITCHELL, S.D. – Tom Young has resigned from the head Mitchell boys’ basketball coaching position, Mitchell Activities Director Geoff Gross confirmed.  Gross said he received a letter from Young at approximately 10 a.m. Monday. Young coached one season for the Kernels after longtime coach Gary Munsen retired. Mitchell finished this past season 5-17...
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Sturgis Names New Head Football Coach

  STURGIS, S.D. – Bill Godsil of Grand Junction, Colo., relishes the challenge of turning the Sturgis Scoopers around as the new head coach.  Sturgis activities director Mike Paris told the Meade School Board during a Monday-night meeting that the position of teacher/head football coach was offered to and accepted by Godsil. The school...
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Monday South Dakota Scoreboard

College Baseball Bellevue 2, Dakota State 0 Bellevue 5, Dakota State 3 Midland Lutheran 4, Dakota Wesleyan  3 Midland Lutheran 3, Dakota Wesleyan  2 College Softball Sioux Falls 10, Minnesota-Crookston 0 Sioux Falls 7, Minnesota-Crookston 5 Winona State 9, Northern State 6 Winona State 13, Northern State 0
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Pierre Junior Shooters Perform Well at Parkston Over the Weekend

 PARKSTON, S.D. – Pierre Jr. Shooters participated in the Parkston Invitational BB Gun Match held on April 13 in Parkston, SD.  Teams participating included Davison Co., Douglas Co, Humboldt, Kirley, Parkston, Pierre and Spink Co. Individual BB Gun results in the 8-9 yr. old division: Jasmine Hays – seventh – kneeling. Vanya Kliewer –...
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Governor and Lady Governor Track, Golf and Tennis Reschedule Meets and Matches

PIERRE , S.D. – The Rapid City Track O Rama that was postponed last Saturday due to the winter weather that hit the state has been rescheduled.  The rescheduled date for the Track O Rama is next Tuesday, April 23rd.  The Pierre Governor and Lady Governor track and field teams were scheduled to compete...
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