College Sports

For the fourth consecutive season and ninth time in program history, South Dakota State has won the Summit League Commissioner’s Cup.

Amateur Baseball

The Brookings Cubs dropped their first game of the season on Thursday night as they fell to the defending state champion Sioux Falls Brewers 7-2.

High School Softball

The Brookings Bobcats hit eight home runs including four in the bottom of the eighth inning but a few defensive lapses and trouble in the circle helped Watertown earn a 18-13 victory in eight innings during a Class AA SoDak 16 game at the Southbrook Softball Complex on Wednesday night.

Youth Baseball

The Brookings Bombers Black 14U team opened the 2024 season with a pair of wins as they swept a doubleheader against Harrisburg at Bob Shelden Field on Wednesday night.

High School Golf

The Estelline/Hendricks girls’ golf team qualified for the State Tournament on Monday afternoon after coming in second place at the Region 2B Golf Tournament at Rocky Run Golf Course.

College Baseball

South Dakota State outfielder Cael Frost was named Tuesday as the Summit League Player of the Year, becoming the first Jackrabbit baseball player to receive the award. Frost led a contingent of seven Jackrabbits to be honored as all-Summit League selections, including five first-team honorees.

High School Baseball

The Brookings Bobcats had two players named to the Class A All-State Baseball Teams.


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College Softball

The National Fastpitch Coaches Association announced on Thursday its student-athletes recognized as 2024 NFCA Division I All-Region honorees with three South Dakota State softball players named as Midwest Region selections.

High School Softball

Sioux Valley will be the No. 7 seed in the Class A Softball SoDak 16 on Tuesday and the Cossacks will be welcoming the No. 10 seeded Elk-Point Jefferson Huskies to Volga.

No Illusions Martial Arts, a jiu-jitsu school based out of Brookings, competed in a competition at Grappling Industries on Saturday afternoon. Three kids and one adult competed at the event and No Illusions earned a third place team medal.

High School Softball

The Brookings Bobcats (10-7) will open their state playoff run with a SoDak 16 matchup against Watertown (10-9) at the Southbrook Softball Complex at 3 p.m. Wednesday.

Amateur Baseball

Rhett Zelinsky drove in three runs and the Brookings Cubs used three pitchers to throw a no-hitter to a 14-0 win over the Volga Cormorants at Bob Shelden Field on Sunday evening.

High School Softball

The Brookings softball team wrapped up the regular season with three games in the west side of the state over the weekend. The Bobcats headed back east with two wins and finished with a record of 9-7.

High School Tennis

The Brookings boys’ tennis team finished in 12th place in the State Tournament in Sioux Falls on Friday.

College Baseball

South Dakota State failed to make the Summit League Tournament after losing two of three games to Omaha this weekend.

High School Baseball

The Brookings Bobcats were swept in a best-of-three regional series in the SDHSBA Playoffs, falling to the Sioux Falls Roosevelt Rough Riders by scores of 3-1 on Friday night and 5-4 on Saturday afternoon at Bob Shelden Stadium.

High School Softball

The Sioux Valley softball team closed out the regular season with a doubleheader sweep of Sisseton on Thursday afternoon. The Cossacks beat the Redmen by a combined score of 28-1.

High School Track & Field

The Sioux Valley boys came in first place and the Sioux Valley girls came in second place at the Flandreau Track & FIeld Last Chance Invite on Thursday afternoon.

High School Baseball

The Sioux Falls Roosevelt Rough Riders scored three times in the top of the seventh inning as they defeated the Brookings Bobcats in the first game of a best-of-three SDHSBA Regional Series 3-1 at Bob Shelden Field on Friday night.

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