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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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KYNT Sports 9-15-14

Monday, September 15, 2014
In college football on Saturday, nationally-ranked Montana held off USD 28-20...and South Dakota State won at Southern Utah 26-6.

Mount Marty won the women's title at a cross-country meet in Madison on Saturday, as Jordyn Hudelson won the individual title.  The Lancer men's team placed third in the race.
In women's soccer on Saturday, Sterling edged MMC 2-1...and McPherson shut out the Lancer men 3-0.

Gayville-Volin sophomore Laura Nelson won the girls race at the Augustana Meet of Champions, while Yankton freshman Maddie McClure was third.  The Yankton Gazelles placed fourth and the Bucks were fifth in the meet.
Yankton senior Jace Guthmiller won his second straight invitational, shooting a 73 to easily win the Brookings Invite.  The Bucks had a 322 total and finished second out of 14 teams.
In girls softball on Sunday, Mitchell defeated Yankton 4-2 and the Gazelles outscored Harrisburg 14-6.  Andi Sprakel had five hits and five RBI for the day.

Yankton golfers Denny Fokken and Kyle Repp won the second flight honors at this weekend's State Two-Man golf tourney at Fox Run and The Bluffs, while Scotland golfers Dean Rettedal and Dennis Kronaizl took first in the fifth flight.

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KYNT Sports 9-13-14

Saturday, September 13, 2014
The Yankton Bucks fell behind by three touchdowns, and then rallied for a 27-24 upset victory at Brandon Valley on Friday night.  Mason Strahl passed for 262 yards and threw the game-winning 10-yard pass to Brady Hale in overtime as the Bucks stayed unbeaten (3-0) with a homecoming game Friday against Aberdeen Central.

The Yankton Gazelles pulled out a 3-2 win at Mitchell on Friday, taking the deciding fifth set 15-12.  Becky Frick led the Gazelles (3-3) with 18 kills while Paige Thieman had 42 assists.

The Yankton Bucks took fifth place out of 14 teams at the Yankton Invitational Friday at Hillcrest CC with a 327 total.  Yankton senior Jace Guthmiller won the individual championship with a 73, then taking the title in a three-hole playoff.  The Bucks are golfing in the Brookings Invitational today.

The Yankton cross-country runners are competing in the Augustana Champions meet today, with reports on the action this morning on 1450, KYNT.
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KYNT Sports 9-12-14

Friday, September 12, 2014
The unbeaten Yankton Bucks have a big test this evening at Brandon Valley, the #2 team in 11-AAA football.  Our broadcast starts with the YHS Nation show at 6:05 p-m on AM 1450, KYNT.
The Yankton Boys Golf Invitational will be held today at Hillcrest CC, with 14 Class AA teams competing for honors.

Yankton hosted their Cheer & Dance Invitational on Thursday.  The Gazelles placed fourth in Dance, and eighth in Competitive Cheer.  Yankton defeated Vermillion 8-1 in girls tennis on Thursday.  In boys soccer, Cole Lewno had a hat trick as the Bucks defeated Harrisburg 4-2.  In the girls contest, Yankton tied Harrisburg 2-2.

Division Two unbeaten power Sioux Falls defeated Mount Marty 3-0 in volleyball Thursday night.  The Lancer soccer squads play at Central Christian and Sterling the next two days, while the MMC women's and men's golf teams will compete today and tomorrow at the DWU Invitational in Mitchell.

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KYNT Sports 9-11-14

Thursday, September 11, 2014
The Yankton HS Athletic Hall of Fame class for 2014 has been announced.  Long-time sports official "Pal" Christensen, state champion football quarterback Mason Mehrman, state champion golfer Brian Kortan, and state champion basketball guard Katie Heine Pesicka will all be inducted into the YHS Athletic Hall of Fame next Thursday night before homecoming coronation activities.

The Yankton Invitational Competitive Cheer and Dance event will be held this evening with the Gazelles hosting 13 other schools.  The action at the YHS/SAC gym begins at 5:30 p.m.
The Yankton Bucks and Gazelles soccer teams host Harrisburg today at the Lewis & Clark Soccer complex with the girls varsity at 4 p-m and the boys varsity set for 6 p-m.  The Gazelles are currently seeded fifth in Class AA in the state, with the Bucks seeded seventh.
The Gazelles club softball team is 11-7 and rated seventh in the state coaches poll.  Yankton faces sixth-ranked Mitchell and Harrisburg on Sunday.

The Mount Marty volleyball squad returns to the home court tonight after eight consecutive road matches.  The Lancers are 4-5 overall, and will host Division Two Sioux Falls at 7 p-m at the Cimpl Arena.

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KYNT Sports 9-10-14

Wednesday, September 10, 2014
The Yankton Bucks soccer team defeated Brookings 3-1 on Tuesday as Chase Huber had two goals.  Yankton tied Brookings 2-2 in the girls contest.  The YHS soccer squads will host Harrisburg on Thursday.

Brookings nipped Yankton 3-2 in volleyball on Tuesday as Becky Frick led the Gazelles with 19 kills.  Yankton is now 2-3 with a match at Mitchell on Friday.

The Yankton Invitational Cheer and Dance meet will be held Thursday at the Summit Activities Center, starting at 5:30 p-m.

Mount Marty picked up a road volleyball win at Grace University on Tuesday by a 3-1 margin.  Sierra Kloth had 16 kills for the Lancers, now 4-5 overall with a home match Thursday at 7 p-m against Division II Sioux Falls.

USD junior Amber Eickhorn won the Augustana Twilight meet last Friday, and was named the Summit League Women's Cross-Country Athlete of the Week.  The Coyotes defeated 22 schools in winning the women's meet in Sioux Falls.
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KYNT Sports Update

Wednesday, September 10, 2014
The Yankton High School Athletic Hall of Fame induction class for 2014 has been announced.  Long-time sports official "Pal" Christensen, state champion football quarterback Mason Mehrman, state champion golfer Brian Kortan, and state champion basketball guard Katie Heine Pesicka will all be inducted into the YHS Athletic Hall of Fame next Thursday before homecoming coronation activities.

The Yankton Cheer/Dance Invitational will be held Thursday night, with the performances beginning at 5:30 pm at the Summit Activities Center.

The Yankton HS soccer teams will host Harrisburg on Thursday, while the Gazelles tennis squad entertains Vermillion in a dual meet.

The Mount Marty College volleyball squad is 4-5 on the season, and will host Division II University of Sioux Falls Thursday at 7 p.m. at the Cimpl Arena.

USD junior Amber eickhorn has been named the Summit League Women's Cross-Country Athlete of the Week, after winning the Augustana Twilight meet last Friday and helping the Coyotes win the team title over 22 other schools.
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KYNT Sports 9-9-14

Tuesday, September 9, 2014
Yankton is still second in the Class 11-AA high school football poll, while Vermillion has moved up to fourth in the Class 11-A poll.
In JV/sophomore football on Monday, SF Washington downed Yankton 33-12 on Monday.  Rayden Terca led the Bucks with 86 yards rushing and he scored both touchdowns.

The Yankton Gazelles tennis squad will host top-ranked SF O'Gorman today.  The Yankton Gazelles volleyball team and the Bucks and Gazelles soccer teams will all have matches at Brookings tonight.

The Mount Marty women's golf team won the first invitational meet in school history on Monday, as the Lancers shot a 366 to claim the Dordt Invitational two shots ahead of Northwestern.  Logan Wagner was the medalist for MMC with an 82 and teammate Kellie Winckler was runnerup with an 86.
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KYNT Sports 9-8-14

Monday, September 8, 2014
The Yankton Gazelles volleyball squad swept Pierre Saturday by scores of 25-14, 25-19 and 28-26.  Becky Frick had 16 kills for the Gazelles, while Paige Thieman added 24 assists.  Yankton is 2-2 with a match at Brookings on Tuesday.

The Yankton Gazelles softball team downed Tea Area 12-4 and blanked Vermillion 13-0 yesterday, as Jaclyn Arens and Holly Mines were the winning pitchers.  Bailey Kortan had a grand-slam home run and she and Andi Sprakel each drove in six runs on the day for the Gazelles, who are now 11-5 on the season.  

Mount Mercy blanked Mount Marty 1-0 in women's soccer on Sunday, as Yankton's Courtney True stopped 15 of 16 shots in goal for the Lancers.  Mount Marty defeated the Lancers 4-0 in the men's game Sunday.

The USD football team whipped William Penn 41-16 Saturday in the Dome, as Jasper Sanders led the Coyotes with 165 all-purpose yards and a touchdown.  SDSU rolled past Cal Poly 44-18 in Brookings as Zach Zenner had 193 yards rushing and a score for the Jacks, and he was named the MVFC Offensive Player of the Week.

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