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High School Baseball

The Brookings Bobcats split four games over the weekend, winning a game in a doubleheader with Yankton on Saturday and Tea on Sunday. The Bobcats are now 11-10 on the season and will host O’Gorman for a doubleheader at Bob Shelden Field beginning at 5 p.m. Tuesday.

High School Boys Tennis

The Brookings Bobcats split a triangular at the Hillcrest Tennis courts, defeating Aberdeen Central 5-4 and falling to Huron 9-0 on Saturday morning.

High School Softball

The Sioux Valley Cossacks won one of three games at the Watchdog Classic on Saturday morning. The Cossacks defeated Flandreau 7-3 but lost to Alcester-Hudson 12-4 and Tri-Valley 7-6.

High School Softball

The Brookings Bobcats had a busy afternoon as they won two of three games during a quadrangular at the Southbrook Softball Complex on Friday.

High School Girls Golf

Delilah Fuls finished 17th and Miyah Foerster finished 22nd as the Brookings Bobcats competed at the 2024 Yankton Girls Invitational at the Hillcrest Golf & Country Club on Friday morning.

High School Baseball

The Brookings Bobcats got back in the win column, defeating the Huron Tigers 11-1 at Bob Shelden Field on Thursday night.

High School Girls Golf

The Brookings Bobcats finished in fourth place as they took part in the Huron Invitational at the Broadland Creek Golf Course on Thursday morning.

Local Running

Loyalty is a strong point for River Falls, Wisconsin, runner Steve Schroeder. That partially explains why he has run the Brookings Marathon 12 times and will back in town May 11 to run the Brookings Half Marathon at age 81.

Local Sports

Guy English began learning martial arts in 2003 in his hometown of Detroit. Now, almost 21 years later, he’s been teaching martial arts out of his basement in White while also competing in tournaments.

High School Baseball

The Brookings Bobcats dropped both games of a doubleheader with the Sioux Falls Lincoln Patriots at Bob Shelden Field on Tuesday night. Brookings lost the first game 10-0 before losing the nightcap 18-6.

Local Running

Every year since 2017, Tim Fryer of Hendricks, Minn., has claimed the Arbor Day 5K, which is sponsored by Prairie Striders Running Club. This year was no exception, even though he ran almost 121 miles the weekend before.

State Sports

A world-class jockey, the father of AAU boxing and a groundbreaking female coach highlight the class of 19 inductees that will be honored at a banquet in Sioux Falls in September.

College Men's Golf

Led by a 6-under performance from Ty Kretz, the South Dakota State men’s golf team is in third place after the first day of the Summit League Championships at Covered Bridge Golf Club.

High School Softball

The Sioux Valley softball team dropped to 9-3 on the season after falling to Beresford 14-9 at the Sanford Diamonds in Sioux Falls on Saturday.

High School Softball

Sioux Valley softball extended its win streak to eight games with a win over Deuel in the first game of a doubleheader, but the Cardinals won the second game to snap the win streak.

Youth Swimming

The Brookings Swim Club was chosen as one of 124 youth programs from the USA Swimming Foundation’s nationwide network of swim lesson providers to receive grant money in 2024.

High School Boys Tennis

The Brookings boys’ tennis team dropped a pair of duals during a triangular with Yankton and Watertown on Thursday.

High School Track & Field

Three area teams competed at the First Dakota Relays held on the Mount Marty University campus on Thursday afternoon.

High School Sports

Six local athletes signed their letters of intent to play college sports at the Bell Auditorium in Brookings High School on Wednesday afternoon.


After 17 years of directing the Brookings Marathon, Matt Bien has stepped aside as race director with Danielle “Dani” Bohn replacing him in marque Prairie Striders Running Club event.

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