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Brookings TaeKwonDo sent 14 athletes to the USA/Korean Taekwondo Tournament in Redwood Falls, Minnesota, on March 16.

High School Hockey

The Brookings Rangers finished as the runner-up at the 2024 USA Hockey-Chipotle High School Division 1 National Championship last weekend.

High School Track & Field

The Brookings Bobcats competed in their first meet of the year as they took part in the Ruth Marske Invitational at the Sanford Jackrabbit Athletic Complex on Saturday afternoon.

High School Hockey

The Brookings Rangers completed group play undefeated as they picked up a 4-2 win over the Jesuit Rangers (Texas) at the 2024 USA Hockey-Chipotle High School Division 1 National Championship Tournament on Friday morning.

High School Hockey

The Rangers improved to 2-0 at the USA Hockey-Chipotle High School Division 1 National Championship Tournament, defeating North Broward (Fla.) 4-2 on Thursday morning.

High School Hockey

The Brookings Rangers opened their run in the 2024 USA Hockey-Chipotle High School Division 1 National Championship Tournament with a 4-1 victory over Oakdale (Md.) on Wednesday afternoon.

High School Hockey

When the Brookings Rangers won the state championship two weeks ago, they accomplished their primary goal for the 2023-24 season. But while a fourth straight state title was a rare achievement, they have an even bigger goal as they participate in the 2024 USA Hockey-Chipotle High School Division 1 National Championship Tournament in West Chester, Penn. beginning on Wednesday.

High School Boys Basketball

The 2023-24 season came to a dramatic close as Mitchell, Hamlin and Howard won championships at the State Boys Basketball Tournaments this weekend.

High School Boys Basketball

The Sioux Valley Cossacks put the finishing touches on a strong season, winning their final two games to claim the consolation championship at the State Class A Boys Basketball Tournament.

Rangers

The South Dakota Amateur Hockey Association Awards were given out this week and 10 members of the Brookings Rangers were honored.

Youth Basketball

Volga’s Camden Cadwell hit 23 of 25 free-throws to win the 10-11 year-old boys’ division at the Elks Region 2 Hoop Shoot at the Rapid City Christian gym on Saturday.

High School Boys Basketball

The Sioux Valley Cossacks lost their first game in the state tournament as a 3-pointer by Julius Frog late in the first overtime and three free throws by Simon Kieffer in the final 12 seconds of the second overtime helped sixth-seeded Rapid City Christian earn a 75-72 victory in the quarterfinals of the Class A State Boys Basketball Tournament on Thursday night.

High School Boys Basketball

The State Class A Boys Basketball Tournament kicked off at Summit Arena at The Monument on Thursday afternoon with Sioux Falls Chrisitan, Dakota Valley and Hamlin advancing to Friday’s semifinals.

High School Basketball

35 area basketball players from seven different teams were honored by the Dakota Valley Conference as they were named to the All-DVC teams.

Youth Basketball

The Brookings eighth grade traveling boys’ basketball team traveled to Sioux City to take on state qualifying teams from the Midwest March 8-10.

Youth Swimming

The Brookings Swimming Club headed toward the end of their winter schedule as they competed in the 12 & Under State Short Course Championships from Feb. 23 through Feb. 25 and the State 13 & Over Championships in Watertown from Feb. 29 through March 3.

Local Girls Hockey

Former Brookings Rangers standout Savannah Barber has always had the goal of playing college hockey. After playing a year at the junior level, Barber announced her commitment to Elmira College last month.

High School Boys Basketball

The Cossacks are making their fifth straight trip to the State Class A Boys Basketball Tournament in Rapid City this weekend and as they prepare for Thursday night’s quarterfinal matchup with Rapid City Christian, they’re embarking on a familiar but different experience.

High School Girls Basketball

After advancing to the state championship game for the first time, the Cardinals had plenty to be proud of at the State Tournament.

High School Girls Basketball

The Vermillion Tanagers claimed the state championship as they defeated the Tea Area Titans 60-54 in the championship game of the State Class A Girls Basketball Tournament at the Dacotah Bank Center on Saturday night.

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