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KYNT Sports 10-20-14

Sunday, October 19, 2014

The top-ranked Yankton Bucks rolled past # 3 Harrisburg 31-8 on Friday night, which clinched an outright ESD title.  Yankton has a bye this week and will host a first-round playoff game Thursday, October 30. 

The Yankton volleyball squad hosts top-rated SF O'Gorman tonight.  Yankton is 7-9 and second in the District 2AA standings, while the Knights are 20-4 overall.

Mount Marty swept Presentation 3-0 in volleyball on Saturday at the Cimpl Arena.  The Lancers are now 10-14 overall, and will host Dakota Wesleyan on Tuesday.

Dakota Wesleyan will also have soccer games in Yankton on Tuesday afternoon against MMC.  Midland swept the Lancers on Saturday, winning the women's game 4-0 and taking the men's contest over Mount Marty 5-0.

Missouri State defeated USD 31-12 in football on Saturday, keeping the Coyotes winless in the Missouri Valley Football Conference.  SDSU is # 16 in the nation and used a late field goal to edge Northern Iowa 31-28.

 


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KYNT Sports 10-17-14

Friday, October 17, 2014

Harrsiburg edged Yankton 3-2 in volleyball last night at the Summit Activities Center.  In the loss, Gazelles junior Becky Frick tied a school record with 32 kills.  Yankton is 7-9 overall and will host top-ranked SF O'Gorman on Monday.

The ESD Conference Cheer and Dance meet was held Thursday in Aberdeen.  The Gazelles placed fourth in the Dance competition, while Yankton finished sixth in Competitive Cheer.

Yankton freshman Madison McClure won the girls race Thursday at a cross-country meet in Brandon.  The Gazelles and Bucks will go for honors next Saturday in the state cross-country championship in Huron.

The Yankton Bucks freshman football squad raised their record to 7-1 with a 13-7 victory over Norfolk yesterday.  The Bucks varsity football team tries to finish off an unbeaten regular season and win their first outright ESD Conference title since 2005, when they host third-ranked Harrisburg at 7 p-m at Crane-Youngworth Field.  Our broadcast starts at 6:05 pm with the YHS Nation show on AM 1450, KYNT.

The USD volleyball squad is second in the Summit League standings at 6-1, and the Coyotes will visit SDSU tonight in Brookings to take on the Jacks, who are winless in league play this fall.


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KYNT Sports 10-15-14

Wednesday, October 15, 2014

Iowa State ended the 14-match home winning streak for the USD volleyball team last night, sweeping the Coyotes 3-0 in the Den.  USD has a 12-8 season record as they continue Summit League play Friday night at SDSU.

The Mount Marty College volleyball team plays at sixth-ranked Northwestern tonight.  The Lancers are coming off two consecutive GPAC victories and are 9-13 overall as they visit a Red Raiders team that is 21-2 this year.

Mount Marty sophomore libero Breanne Thege from Columbus, NE was named a co-winner of the GPAC Defensive Player of the Week.  Thege led the Lancers with 52 digs in wins over Morningside and Briar Cliff, and she is in the top 50 in the nation in total digs.

Yankton Gazelles softball standouts Andi Sprakel and Bailey Kortan were each named first team all-state in softball this fall.  Heather Hauer and Jaclyn Arens were honored as second team all-state selections.


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KYNT Sports 10-14-14

Tuesday, October 14, 2014

The Yankton Gazelles volleyball team swept Brookings 3-0 last night as Becky Frick led the way with 17 kills and 16 digs.  Yankton is 7-8 and will entertain Harrisburg Thursday night in a match broadcast on AM 1450, KYNT.

The Yankton Bucks won the ESD soccer championship, and had seniors John Dannenbring and Connor Chambers chosen for the all-conference first team.  The Gazelles tied for fourth place and had Brianna Benjamin, Taylor Ruter and Danielle Beckmann selected first team all-ESD.

The Yankton Gazelles club softball team had two selections on the Class AA all-tournament team.  Senior outfielder Heather Hauer and senior infielder Andi Sprakel were each named all-tourney.  The Gazelles ended with a 21-16 season record.

The Yankton Bucks are still the unanimous choice for the top team in Class 11-AA football, and the unbeaten Bucks will finish the regular season Friday night at home against third-ranked Harrisburg.

The Mount Marty women's basketball team will host two schools in scrimmages Wednesday night, facing the College of St. Mary's at 5 p-m and Northeast CC at 7:30 p-m in the Cimpl Arena.

USD will host Iowa State in volleyball tonight at 7 p-m in the Den at the DakotaDome.  Senior Melissa Firtko had 14 blocks and 18 kills for the Coyotes last week, and was named the Summit League Volleyball Defensive Player of the Week.


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KYNT Sports 10-13-14

Monday, October 13, 2014

#21 Northern Iowa took advantage of USD turnovers and defeated the Coyotes 27-16 in front of a Dakota Days homecoming crowd in the Dome.  #19 South Dakota State rallied from 18 points behind to edge Missouri State 32-28 on Saturday in Brookings.

The Mount Marty volleyball squad has won their second consecutive GPAC match with a 3-2 victory over Briar Cliff at the Cimpl Arena on Saturday, including a 15-13 win in the deciding game five.  The Lancers are 2-6 in conference play, and 9-13 overall.

Denver handed USD its first Summit League volleyball defeat with a 3-1 win over the Coyotes on Sunday.   USD now has a 12-7 season record.

The Yankton Gazelles had a 1-2-4 individual finish in the ESD Conference cross-country meet Saturday in Huron and placed second behind Brandon Valley.  Savannah Woods and Madison McClure ran first and second, with Lauren Graves in fourth.  The Yankton Bucks placed seventh in the boys division.

The Yankton Gazelles volleyball team has a 6-8 season record, and will host Brookings tonight at 7 p-m in the YHS/Summit Activities Center.

 


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KYNT Sports 10-11-14

Saturday, October 11, 2014

The Yankton Bucks recorded another big shutout football victory last night, winning 37-0 at Pierre.  Since late in the O'Gorman game, Yankton has scored 91 consecutive points and the 7-0 Bucks will finish their regular season Friday at home against third-ranked Harrisburg.  Mason Strahl had 186 yards passing and two touchdowns, while Jordan Lightner had 80 total yards and a pair of scores.

Yankton is now in 12th place at the girls tennis state tournament, which wraps up Saturday in Rapid City.  Gazelles freshman Anne Knoff competes in the semifinals today at # 5 singles, while senior Kaitlyn Frank goes for the consolation title at # 3 singles.  

Yankton will compete for honors today in the ESD Conference cross-country meet in Huron, with reports on the action after 11 a-m on 1450, KYNT.

Briar Cliff edged Mount Marty in men's soccer 2-1 in overtime on Friday, and the Chargers beat the Lancers 2-0 in the women's contest.  Mount Marty will host Briar Cliff this afternoon in volleyball, and the Lancers will run in the Briar Cliff Invite cross-country meet later this morning.

USD will entertain Northern Iowa today at 3 p-m in the Dakota Days homecoming football game in the Dome!


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KYNT Sports 10-10-14

Friday, October 10, 2014

The Yankton Gazelles stand in 11th place after the first day of the South Dakota Girls Tennis state tournament in Rapid City.  Anne Knoff at #5 singles and the #1 doubles team of Sarah Rockne and Kaitlyn Frank both went unbeaten on Thursday, and will play in the quarterfinals today.

Yankton rolled past Mitchell in three consecutive volleyball games last night.  The Gazelles are 6-8 on the season and will host top-ranked SF O'Gorman on Monday.

The Yankton football squad is unbeaten in six games and has a tough test at Pierre (3-2) this evening.  Our broadcast starts at 6:05 on AM 1450, KYNT with the kickoff at 7:00.  Last night, Brandon Valley edged Yankton 20-16 in freshman football, handing the Bucks ninth-graders their first loss of the season.

The Mount Marty College soccer teams continue their seasons today with a home doubleheader against Briar Cliff starting at 2 p-m.

Last night, Mount Marty introduced their men's and women's basketball teams during the "Rock The Castle" event at the Cimpl Arena.  K.J. DeCristino won the slam dunk competition, while April Winne took the three-point shooting contest.


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KYNT Sports 10-8-15

Wednesday, October 8, 2014

The Yankton Bucks improved their score by 16 shots on Tuesday at the Class AA state tournament in Watertown and moved into fifth place to bring home a state trophy.  Yankton shot a 317 on Tuesday, 650 overall, while Brandon Valley won the state title with a 607.  Senior Jace Guthmiller placed ninth with a 153 total and senior Mitch Schlingman tied for 11th with a 156, and both Bucks made the all-state tournament team.

The Yankton Gazelles lost another heartbreaker in volleyball on Tuesday, dropping a 3-2 match at Huron including a 17-15 score in the deciding fifth game.  Becky Frick paced the Gazelles with 18 kills and 20 digs.  Yankton (5-8) will host Mitchell Thursday night.

Mount Marty has an important GPAC volleyball match tonight at home against Morningside.  The Lancers are winless in six conference matches while Morningside is 1-5 in the GPAC.  We'll have the broadcast of MMC volleyball tonight from the Cimpl Arena on AM 1450, KYNT.

Mount Marty placed ninth among 11 teams at the Briar Cliff men's golf invitational on Tuesday.  Morningside won the meet with a 317, while the Lancers shot 343 and were led by an 80 from Robbie Neswick.

 


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KYNT Sports 10-7-14

Tuesday, October 7, 2014

The Yankton Bucks completed their football homecoming victory on the road at Aberdeen on Monday, dominating play in the second half in a 31-20 win over the Golden Eagles.  Mason Strahl and Parker Kuchta each had rushing touchdowns for the unbeaten Bucks, who play at fifth-ranked Pierre on Friday.

Yankton is the unanimous choice for the number-one spot in this week's SD Sportswriters 11-AA football poll.

The Yankton Bucks shot a 333 total and stand in ninth place after the first day of the Class AA state golf meet in Watertown, as Brandon Valley leads the way with a 303.  Yankton seniors Jace Guthmiller and Mitch Schlingman each shot 79's and are tied for 16th place heading into the final round today.

After two of the four GPAC Qualifiers, Mount Marty is in fourth place out of 11 conference teams in the Women's Golf standings.  Dakota Wesleyan has the big team lead with a 660 total, while the Lancers have a 716 score and are just seven shots out of second place.  Logan Wagner of Mount Marty is tied for sixth in the GPAC with a 168 total, while Kellie Winckler is 11th place with a 175.

 


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KYNT Sports 10-6-14

Monday, October 6, 2014

SF Lincoln shut out the Yankton Bucks 3-0 on Saturday in the Class AA boys soccer state semifinals.  The Bucks finished a strong season with a 10-2-1 record.

The Yankton Bucks football team is in Aberdeen today to play the second half of their homecoming football game that was suspended September 19 because of lightning.  The Golden Eagles led the Bucks 20-17 at halftime.  Our broadcast starts at 3:45 on 1450, KYNT, with the second half kickoff at 4 p-m.

The Class AA boys golf state tourney will be played today and tomorrow in Watertown, with the Yankton Bucks shooting for team and individual honors. 

Both of South Dakota's Division One football teams lost big in the state of Illinois on Saturday.  16th-ranked Southern Illinois scored 31 consecutive points in the second half to beat USD 41-10, and Illinois State remained unbeaten with a 45-10 rout of SDSU.

USD stayed unbeaten in Summit League volleyball at 5-0 after a three-game sweep at Fort Wayne on Sunday.  Hastings College swept Mount Marty 3-0 as the Lancers overall record fell to 7-12.

The Mount Marty soccer teams both lost close matches to Doane College on Saturday, with the Doane women scoring late to win 1-0 and Doane nipped the Lancers 2-1 in double overtime in the men's contest.  The Mount Marty women and men both finished seventh in the SDSU cross-country invitational on Saturday, as the Lancer women took first in the small college division.

 


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