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KYNT Sports 9-30-14

Tuesday, September 30, 2014

The Yankton Bucks soccer squad is seeded third in the Class AA playoff standings and will host the Pierre Governors tonight at 6:00 at the Lewis & Clark Soccer complex in first-round action.

The Yankton Bucks football team is undefeated and the unanimous choice for the top spot in Class 11-AA in this week's South Dakota Sportswriters poll.  The Bucks will host Watertown on Friday.  The Yankton J-V/soph team rolled past Brandon Valley 48-22 on Monday.

The Yankton Gazelles volleyball team is 4-6 on the season, and has a key district matchup at Harrisburg tonight.

The Yankton Gazelles club softball team is now 20-13 after routing SF O'Gorman twice on Monday by identical 13-3 scores.  The Gazelles conclude their regular season tonight with games at SF Roosevelt.

The Mount Marty men's golf team stands in 11th place after two G-PAC qualifying meets.  Dylan Brende tied for 10th place yesterday by shooting a 75 at the Fremont GC.

The Mount Marty volleyball squad is 6 and 10 on the season, as the Lancers host Dakota State this evening and host Dordt College Wednesday night.

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KYNT Sports 9-29-14

Monday, September 29, 2014

Nebraska Wesleyan rolled past Mount Marty in soccer on Saturday, winning the women's game 9-0 and taking the men's contest 7-3.

In volleyball Saturday, Doane College edged Mount Marty 3-2 winning the fifth game by a 15-8 score.  Sierra Kloth had 18 kills for the Lancers and BreAnne Thege had 47 digs.  

USD nipped Oral Roberts 3-2 in volleyball on Sunday, winning the fifth game by a 15-13 score.  Kendall Kritenbrink had 24 kills for the Coyotes as they have now won 13 consecutive matches at home.

Brandon Valley took the ESD Conference boys golf meet with a 302 score Saturday in Aberdeen, and the Yankton Bucks shot 330 and finished fourth.  Yankton senior Jace Guthmiller had a 76 and tied for second place in the ESD meet.

The Yankton Gazelles tennis squad nipped Milbank 5-4 and beat Brookings 7-2 on Saturday to finish 12-12 for the regular season and 7-3 in ESD Conference play.  Unbeaten Aberdeen Central swept Yankton 3-0 in volleyball on Saturday.

The Yankton Bucks are seeded third in the Class AA boys soccer state playoffs, and the Bucks will host the Pierre Governors Tuesday at 6 p-m in the first round of the eight-team state playoffs.

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KYNT Sports 9-27-14

Saturday, September 27, 2014

The Yankton Bucks scored two touchdowns and a field goal in the final five minutes of regulation, and then used a goal line stand in overtime to defeat SF O'Gorman 32-25 last night.  Mason Strahl had three short rushing touchdowns and 181 yards passing for the Bucks, while Brady Hale added two more field goals.  Yankton is unbeaten in four games and will host Watertown next Friday evening.

The Yankton Bucks soccer team won at Pierre 4-2 on Friday and clinched the E-S-D Conference title.  Cole Levno had two goals for the Bucks, who finished the regular season with a 9-1-1 record.

Pierre rallied to edge Yankton 2-1 in girls soccer on Friday, as the Gazelles concluded the regular season with a 5-3-3 record.

Mount Marty defeated Grace University 3-1 in volleyball Friday night at the Cimpl Arena as Laura Groseth led the attack with 14 kills.  MMC is 6-9 overall and will host Doan College in a GPAC match today at 5 p-m.


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KYNT Sports 9-26-14

Friday, September 26, 2014

The Yankton Bucks football team is 3-0 heading into a 5 p-m kickoff today at 3-1 SF O'Gorman.  Our broadcast starts with the pre-game show at 4:30 on AM 1450, KYNT.

The Yankton Bucks freshman football team is now 4-0 after a 10-8 victory at Mitchell on Thursday.  SF Washington defeated the Yankton Gazelles 8-1 in tennis on Thursday.  Yankton freshman Madison McClure won the girls race at the Yankton Invitational cross-country meet yesterday, with kSavannah Woods in third and Lauren Graves placing fifth.  Paul Fanta led the Bucks with a sixth place.

Mount Marty won at Grace University in women's soccer 2-0 on Thursday, and the Lancers took the men's contest by a 5-1 score.

The Mount Marty volleyball squad will host Grace University this evening, and host Doane College tomorrow afternoon in matches at the Cimpl Arena.


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KYNT Sports 9-24-14

Wednesday, September 24, 2014
SF Roosevelt defeated Yankton 3-1 in volleyball on Tuesday.  Becky Frick had 20 kills for the Gazelles and Haley Mines added 19 digs.  Yankton is 4-5 on the season with a match Saturday at unbeaten Aberdeen Central.

The Yankton Gazelles soccer team rolled past Vermillion 8-2 on Tuesday, then the Bucks shut out Freeman Academy 4-0.  Yankton concludes their regular season in soccer with games at Pierre on Friday.

The Yankton Gazelles Cheer and Dance teams both placed seventh in the ten-team Huron Invitational Tuesday.

Yankton split a softball doubleheader against SF Lincoln, losing 9-1 in the opener and winning the second game 7-4.  The Gazelles are now 17-12 on the season.

Mount Marty continues their GPAC volleyball schedule tonight with a match at Briar Cliff, which is 10-4 on the season while the Lancers sit at 5-8 overall.

USD sophomore left guard Nile Banks has been named the Missouri Valley Football Conference Offensive Lineman of the Week, helping the Coyotes rush for over 300 yards in the win over Northern Arizona.

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KYNT Sports UPDATE 9-23-14

Tuesday, September 23, 2014
In a news release just before noon, the Yankton Bucks football game against Aberdeen Central that was suspended because of lightning last Friday...will now be continued on Monday, October 6 at 4 p-m at Swisher Field in Aberdeen.  The game will be resumed starting with the second half as the Golden Eagles hold a 20-17 lead.

The unbeaten Yankton Bucks football team moved into first place in the Class 11-AA SD Sportswriters Poll this week, with Harrisburg and Brookings tied for second place.  

The Yankton Gazelles tennis team defeated Madison 6-3 on Monday, and lost to Brandon Valley by a 7-2 score.  Anna Kokesh won two singles matches for Yankton.

USD junior defensive end Drew Iddings was named the Missouri Valley Football Conference Defensive Player of the Week, and USD senior Riley Haug was named the Summit League Volleyball Defensive Player of the Week.
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KYNT Sports 9-22-14

Monday, September 22, 2014
The Yankton Bucks soccer team defeated Aberdeen Central 2-0 Saturday, as the Bucks are now 7-1-1 on the season and seeded third in the state.  In the girls game, Aberdeen Central edged Yankton 2-1 as the Gazelles are now 4-2-3 overall.
The Yankton girls tennis squad defeated Spearfish 8-1 on Saturday and then lost to Mitchell 7-2 as Sarah Rockne won all four of her matches on the day.  Yankton will be in Madison today for a triangular also with BV.
The Yankton Gazelles took one of three games Saturday in the ESD softball tournament, then the Gazelles pounded Lennox and Dakota Valley on Sunday.  They are 16 and 11 with a twin bill at SF Lincoln tonight.

USD defeated 23rd-ranked Northern Arizona on Saturday in the DakotaDome by a 28-21 score.  Coyotes QB Ryan Saeger had 108 yards rushing and was involved in three touchdowns for USD (2-2).

Concordia edged Mount Marty in three close volleyball games on Saturday, as the Lancers record fell to 5 and 8 on the season.  Concordia defeated MMC in both soccer games Saturday in Yankton as well.
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KYNT Sports 9-20-14

Saturday, September 20, 2014

The University of South Dakota football team will be wearing throwback uniforms during today’s game against No. 23 Northern Arizona in the DakotaDome. The game is scheduled for 2 this afternoon. The Coyotes are one-and-two on the season.

USD volleyball brought down the Colorado Buffaloes yesterday 3-1 during the first match of the Creighton Classic. The win snapped a Colorado eight-game win streak. South Dakota will play two matches today starting at noon.

The Mount Marty volleyball team beat York College yesterday 3-1. The Lancers will host G-PAC soccer action today with both the men’s and women’s teams taking on Concordia.

The Bucks golf team played the Mitchell Invitational yesterday with Yankton falling in seventh in a field that was led by Sioux Falls O’Gorman with a 294 team score. The Bucks carded a 315. Yankton was led by Mitch Schlingman who tied for third. Bryce Hammer of O’Gorman won a two-hole sudden death playoff over Tommy Vining of Lincoln for the win after both Sioux Falls golfers tied at 70. Schlingman shot a 71.

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KYNT Sports 9-17-14

Wednesday, September 17, 2014
Yankton swept Brandon Valley in volleyball last night 25-16, 25-18 and 25-18 to even their season record at 4-4.
In girls tennis Tuesday, Yankton beat Mitchell 7-2 and lost to SF Lincoln 8-1.
Yankton topped Brandon Valley 3-1 in girls soccer, and the Bucks beat the Lynx 4-1 in boys soccer on Tuesday.
In girls softball, the Gazelles lost to SF Washington 5-2 in the first game and then won the nightcap 6-3.

Jamestown shut out Mount Marty in soccer on Tuesday, winning the women's game 2-0 and taking the men's contest by a 7-0 score.
Mount Marty opens their GPAC volleyball schedule tonight with a home match against #5 Northwestern, with the varsity match starting at 7:30 p-m at the Cimpl Arena.

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KYNT Sports 9-16-14

Tuesday, September 16, 2014
The Yankton Bucks football team is 3-0 and still rated second in the state with a homecoming game Friday against 2-1 Aberdeen Central.  Last night in JV/Soph football, Sioux City East defeated the Bucks 37-14.

Unbeaten Watertown defeated Yankton 3-1 in volleyball on Monday.  The Gazelles are now 3-4 overall, and will host Brandon Valley with a Family Night special for homecoming at the Summit Activities Center.  The Yankton girls tennis squad will host SF Lincoln and Mitchell in a triangular this afternoon, the Gazelles and Bucks soccer teams will have matches at Brandon Valley, and the Gazelles club softball team will face SF Washington in a twin bill tonight at 6 p-m at Sertoma Park.

The Mount Marty women's golf team shot a 347 and sits in fourth place after GPAC Qualifier # 1 at The Ridge in Sioux Center, IA.  Logan Wagner of Parkston shot a school-record 80 for the Lancers, while Kellie Winckler of lake Andes and Kelly Amundson from Vermillion each had 87's.  

Senior outside hitter Kendall Kritenbrink of USD was named the Summit League Volleyball Offensive Player of the Week.  Kritenbrink had 57 kills in three matches for the Coyotes at the Arkansas Razorback Invitational. 
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