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The Brookings Bobcats used a 14-point night from Kymber Buys and a strong second half to pull away from Sioux Falls Washington for a 49-39 victory on Tuesday night.

The 2024 edition of the Jackrabbit Athletic Scholarship Auction is set for April 27. This year’s event will again be held at the Sanford-Jackrabbit Athletic Complex.

The Sioux Valley girls’ basketball team improved to 10-4 on Monday night as the Cossacks blew out McCook Central/Montrose 60-31 at the Cossack Center.

South Dakota State’s Brooklyn Meyer collected the latest TicketSmarter Summit League Peak Performer of the Week accolade, the conference office announced Monday. Meyer is the co-winner this week with North Dakota State’s Elle Evans.

The Brookings Rangers girls varsity team came in third place at the CAN/AM Tournament in Wisconsin this past weekend. The Rangers had a record of 2-1-1 in the five games in the tournament.

Two area basketball teams were in action on Monday night and both teams lost. The Colman-Egan boys fell to Chester and the Oldham-Ramona/Rutland girls lost to Howard.

South Dakota State wrestling will enter the final month of the regular season as the 10th-ranked team in the country.

The South Dakota State women won their ninth straight game on Sunday afternoon as the Jackrabbits beat Oral Roberts 96-80 at Frost Arena.

No. 10 ranked South Dakota State extended its dual win streak to six on Friday night as the Jackrabbits beat Air Force 32-9.

The Sioux Valley boys’ basketball team improved to 13-0 on Saturday night as the Cossacks beat Hot Springs 66-55 in the DSU Shootout.

The Flandreau girls’ basketball team won the Big East Tournament on Saturday afternoon. The Fliers beat Sioux Valley 55-29 in the championship game.

The Brookings girls’ wrestling team came in second place at the Les Tlustos Brookings Invite on Saturday and the boys came in fourth.

The South Dakota State men dropped to 12-10 overall and 5-2 in the Summit League on Saturday night as the Jackrabbits lost a shootout to Oral Roberts, 87-82.

Numerous event titles and top three finishes highlighted the second day of competition at the SDSU D2/NAIA Open on Saturday afternoon at the Sanford-Jackrabbit Athletic Complex.

Six area basketball teams played over the weekend and three of them came away with victories. The Colman-Egan, Arlington and Elkton-Lake Benton girls all claimed wins while the Estelline/Hendricks girls and Colman-Egan and Iroquois/Lake Preston boys came away with losses.

The South Dakota State equestrian team dropped a pair of head-to-head competitions to ranked opponents in weekend action at the Dallas Equestrian Center.

The Brookings Rangers boys varsity team improved to 12-0 on the season as they beat Sioux Falls East, Sioux Falls West and Sioux Center over the weekend.

The Brookings wrestling teams went 5-0 in a quadrangular in Mitchell on Thursday night. The Bobcats beat Madison, Mitchell and Sioux Falls Jefferson.

South Dakota State picked up its third straight win on Thursday night as the Jackrabbits pulled away from Kansas City down the stretch and came away with a 75-66 victory.

The South Dakota State women extended their win streak to eight games on Thursday night as the Jackrabbits beat Kansas City 72-49 at the Swinney Center.

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