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Ranger Roundup

Tournament time continues for the Brookings Rangers as the Bantam A team captured the program’s second state championship while other levels came down the stretch in this week’s Ranger Roundup.

High School Boys Basketball

The Sioux Valley Cossacks opened their run in the Region 2A Tournament with a win, defeating Deuel 71-33 at the Cossack Center on Thursday night.

College Men's Basketball

It’s a big week for the South Dakota State men’s basketball team. The Jackrabbits can clinch the Summit League regular season title on Thursday when they take on North Dakota in Grand Forks and then SDSU will travel to Fargo to face North Dakota State on Saturday.

College Women's Basketball

Back in early November before the season started not many people knew what to expect from the South Dakota State women’s basketball team. Now, nearly four months later, the Jackrabbits have yet to lose a game in the Summit League and are a win away from clinching the outright regular season conference title.

College Softball

The recently third-ranked Oklahoma State softball team had a strong home debut on Tuesday as the Cowgirls defeated South Dakota State in a doubleheader, 11-2 and 10-0, respectively at Cowgirl Stadium.

High School Boys Basketball

The Flandreau Fliers took off in the third quarter, pulling away for a 62-44 victory in a Region 2A tournament matchup on Tuesday night.

College Track & Field

SIOUX FALLS, SD - South Dakota State track and field had 23 student-athletes – 11 women and 12 men  – honored on the 2024 Indoor Track and Field All-Summit League teams, officials …

College Golf

South Dakota State golfer Bryson Mercier carded his career-best round Tuesday to finish in a tie for eighth place at the Loyola Intercollegiate.

High School Girls Wrestling

When the referee’s hand hit the mat, Johanna Steinlicht was a state champion.

Local Hockey

The Rangers finished the regular season with a record of 21-1-0-0 and will be the top seed in the SDAHA Boys State Tournament which will begin at the Larson Ice Center on March 8.

High School Girls Wrestling

Johanna Steinlicht won the state championship at 145 pounds and was one of three area grapplers who placed at the SDHSAA State Girls Wrestling tournament at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center on Saturday afternoon.

High School Boys Wrestling

Nolan Miles, Tate Helmbolt, Gabriel Stern and Joey Fitzpatrick of Brookings placed in the Class A tournament while Tate Steffensen of Sioux Valley placed in the Class B tournament.

High School Wrestling

Four area wrestlers will compete for a state title on Saturday afternoon as Nolan Miles, Maizy Mathis and Johanna Steinlicht of Brookings and Summer Guthmiller of Sioux Valley punched their tickets to title matches during the second day of the SDHSAA State Wrestling Tournament on Friday.

High School Girls Basketball

The Arlington Cardinals and Colman-Egan Hawks earned a spot in the SoDak 16 while Deubrook Area saw its season come to an end in Thursday’s area girls basketball action.

High School Girls Basketball

The Flandreau Fliers are going back to the SoDak 16 as they used an aggressive defensive effort and a run midway through the third quarter to defeat the Sioux Valley Cossacks 46-30 in the Region 2A Tournament on Thursday night.

High School Wrestling

Five area athletes have advanced to the semifinals of the SDHSAA Individual State Wrestling Tournament, which began at the Denny Sanford PREMIER Center Thursday morning.

Ranger Roundup

The Brookings Rangers PeeWee A team captured a state championship while tournaments kicked off at several levels in this week’s Ranger Roundup.

Brookings Youth Sports

After three years of serving the Brookings community, the Cash Money Youth Skills Camp will not be put on this summer.

Youth Sports

Ninety figure skaters will compete in 114 events this weekend at the Prairie Polar Blast Competition at the Larson Ice Center.

High School Girls Basketball

Area girls basketball teams began region playoffs on Tuesday night and five teams advanced. Flandreau, Arlington, Iroquois/Lake Preston, Deubrook Area and Colman-Egan all advanced to the semifinals and are a game away from the SoDak 16.

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