Sioux Falls schools head Class AA All-State teams

HURON – Five seniors and a junior have been named to the Class AA girls’ basketball all-state team, which is selected by the South Dakota High School Basketball Coaches Association.

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Parsley makes All-State first team

With two players on the Class A All-State first team, which was released Wednesday by the South Dakota High School Basketball Coaches Association, the Lennox girls’ basketball team showed why it was one of the top teams throughout much of the season.

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25 Jackrabbits earn NCEA academic honors

WACO, Texas – The South Dakota State equestrian team saw a total of 25 women earn NCEA Academic Honors Tuesday afternoon, as announced by the league office.

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6 first-team selections for Class B All-State girls basketball

A talented group of players are being honored today as members of the South Dakota Basketball Coaches Association’s 2019-20 Class B All-State girls basketball team.

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SDHSGCA announces Hall of Fame selections

The South Dakota High School Golf Coaches Association announces three selections for the Hall of Fame Class of 2020.

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Signs suggest summer dates in 2021 for Olympics

TOKYO (AP) – Tokyo Olympic organizers seem to be leaning away from starting the rescheduled games in the spring of 2021. More and more the signs point toward the summer of 2021.

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Staying Sharpe: New Vikings receiver replaces Diggs

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) – To fill a glaring hole at wide receiver opened by the departure of Stefon Diggs, the Minnesota Vikings have turned first to Tajaé Sharpe.

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Activities group plans for resumption of sports

BROOKINGS – Because of coronavirus caution, schools in South Dakota are closed until May 4. That’s not preventing the South Dakota High School Activities Association from making plans for state tournaments once school is back in session.

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Wilson named Lou Henson Mid-Major All-American

South Dakota State’s Douglas Wilson added another accolade to his 2019-20 collection this week, as announced the Jackrabbit junior as a member of its Lou Henson Mid-Major All-America Team.

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Brookings beats No. 1 O’Gorman

BROOKINGS – The Bobcats knocked off No. 1 Sioux Falls O’Gorman, 1-0, during girls’ soccer action on a warm Saturday afternoon at Fishback Soccer Park.

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Jacks take fourth, sixth at Wood Greeno Invitational

LINCOLN, Neb. – The South Dakota State men’s cross country team finished fourth in the University Division standings and the women took sixth at the Woody Greeno Invitational on Saturday at Mahoney Golf Course.

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Roosevelt, Dakota Valley win BHS Invite

BROOKINGS – Sioux Falls Roosevelt totaled 252 points to win the Grand Champion cheer while Dakota Valley put up 274 points to take the top spot as the Dance Grand Champion at Saturday’s Brookings Invitational at the Swiftel Center.

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S.F. Brewers beat Cubs 4-3

BROOKINGS – Ian Strum and Jesse Munsterman hit back-to-back home runs in the top of the ninth and Bryce Ahrendt pitched a complete game as the Sioux Falls Brewers beat the Cubs 4-3 in a Sioux Empire League amateur baseball game Sunday evening at Bob Shelden Field.

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Oral Roberts beats SDSU for 19th Summit League crown

TULSA, Okla. – Oral Roberts continued its dominance on the diamond in the Summit League Baseball Championship, defeating South Dakota State, 11-3, in the title game Saturday afternoon at J.L. Johnson Stadium.

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Sioux Valley pulls away from Parker for 79-45 BEC victory

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