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Daily Sports Report 4-23-14

Wednesday, April 23, 2014
The Mount Marty College Twilight Meet attracted 13 schools and over 300 athletes on Tuesday at Williams Field.  Karen Mayfield won the 5,000 meters for the Lancers, while Abbey VanDenBerg was second in the triple jump.

Mount Marty upset G-PAC leading Morningside 4-3 in softball on Tuesday in the first game as Amber Krause fired a four-hitter for the win and Karlee Kozak had two hits.  Morningside downed the Lancers 9-2 in the second game. 

Yankton defeated Vermillion 7-2 in boys tennis on Tuesday and lost to SF Washington by an 8-1 score as Brandon Frick had the only Bucks win at #5 singles.

Yankton's J-J Hejna had victories in all three jumping events Tuesday at a quadrangular track meet in Sioux Falls, while Hailey Luken was a double winner for the Gazelles.

In high school club baseball, SF O'Gorman rolled past Yankton 10-1 as Sheldon Gant had two hits and drove in the only run for the Bucks, now 7-5 on the season.
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Daily Sports Report 4-22-14

Tuesday, April 22, 2014
SF Washington defeated Yankton 9-5 in club baseball Monday.  The Bucks are 7-4 on the varsity season and play SF O'Gorman tonight at Ronken Field at Augustana.

Mount Marty split a softball twin bill with Presentation on Monday, winning the opener 8-2 as Amber Krause was the winning pitcher and Courtney Hansen drove in three runs.  The Saints took the second game 8-0.  Mount Marty is 5-22 overall and has a GPAC doubleheader at Morningside this afternoon.

The Yankton HS track and field squad will be in Sioux Falls today for a quadrangular with Washington, O'Gorman and Brandon Valley...while the Mount Marty College track program will host their Twilight Meet at Williams Field.

This year's Boston marathon attracted nearly 36,000 runners...and Yankton HS grad Matt Dewald finished in 49th place with a time of just over 2 hours, 24 minutes.
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Daily Sports Report 4-21-14

Sunday, April 20, 2014
Mount Marty College split a baseball doubleheader Saturday at Dordt College, winning the first game easily 13-0 but then dropping a 6-2 contest.  The Lancers are 4-12 in the GPAC and tied for ninth place, one game out of a playoff spot with doubleheaders this week against Briar Cliff and Dakota Wesleyan to end the regular season.

IUPUI held off USD 8-7 Saturday in women's softball in Vermillion.  The Coyotes are 5-4 in Summit League action this spring

The Mount Marty softball team has a home doubleheader against Presentation this afternoon, while the Yankton Bucks club baseball squad will host SF Washington today at Riverside Field.
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Daily Sports Report 4-18-14

Friday, April 18, 2014
The Mount Marty College baseball squad split a doubleheader at home against #20 Northwestern on Thursday.  The Raiders won the opener 4-2, then Mount Marty scored in the bottom of the 9th to take game two 3-2.  The Lancers are 3-11 in the GPAC with a twin bill at Dordt College on Saturday.

The Yankton HS club baseball team had their doubleheader at SF O'Gorman postponed on Thursday, and the Bucks will now host SF Washington Monday at 3 p-m.  

USD distance runner Amber Eickhorn set a school record in the women's 10,000 meter run when she placed second in the race Thursday at the Mt. SAC Relays in California.
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Daily Sports Report 4-16-14

Wednesday, April 16, 2014
Mount Marty had seven extra-base hits in a 9-4 victory over Dordt in non-conference baseball.  Michael O'Connell had a triple, two doubles and a single and drove in three runs for the Lancers, now 18-18 on the season.

The Yankton HS track and field team picked up 11 first places at the Corn Palace Relays.  Danielle Beckman was a double winner in the sprints for the Gazelles, and Yankton won five relays races in Mitchell.

The Yankton Gazelles shot a 357 total and placed third among 13 teams at the Yankton Golf Invitational Tuesday at Fox Run GC.  Becky Frick had an 82 and tied for third, while Peyton Pierce shot 87 and took 13th.

Yankton rolled past SC North 7-2 in boys tennis on Tuesday.

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Daily Sports Report 4-15-14

Tuesday, April 15, 2014
Mount Marty College has signed an Augustana transfer who was a former SD Miss Basketball and Player of the Year.  Alex Kneeland is a 5'8" guard who scored 2,923 points for Summit HS and was a Class B first team all-state choice three years in a row.  Kneeland averaged six points a game for Augie last year, and plans to major in Biology at MMC.

Mount Marty split a baseball doubleheader at home against Nebraska Wesleyan on Monday, losing the first game 7-4 in extra innings and winning the nightcap 5-3.  In the victory, Jared Miller became the all-time hits leader for Mount Marty with 228 on his career.  The Lancers are 2-10 in the GPAC and now 17-18 for the season.

The Yankton Bucks tennis team had just two of their normal varsity players over the weekend and lost five matches in Aberdeen.  Hunter Rockne went 5-0 for Yankton, while Greg Hauer went 4-1 for the weekend.  

Yankton will host its Girls Golf Invitational today at Fox Run...the Bucks tennis team will entertain Sioux City North...and the YHS track and field athletes will compete at the Corn Palace Relays in Mitchell with reports this evening on KYNT.
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Daily Sports Report 4-14-14

Monday, April 14, 2014
Hastings College swept Mount Marty in a baseball doubleheader Saturday by scores of 5-3 and 10-5.  The Lancers are now just 1-9 in the GPAC and 16-17 on the season.

Nebraska Wesleyan took a pair of softball games from Mount Marty on Saturday by scores of 11-0 and 7-2, dropping the Lancers to 1-11 in the conference.

USD blanked Western Illinois 2-0 in softball on Saturday, as Rachel Cue fired a three-hitter for the Coyotes, now 5-3 in Summit League play.

Yankton senior J-J Hejna won the high jump and triple jump Saturday at the Brandon Valley Invitational, while Casey Skillingstad took first in the pole vault and Annie Kruse won the 1600.
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Daily Sports Report 4-12

Saturday, April 12, 2014
The Yankton Gazelles shot a 358 total and placed third at the Parkston Invitational Friday, behind Pierre and Parkston.  Gazelles sophomore Becky Frick fired an 81 and placed seventh in the meet.

The Yankton High School track and field squad will be among nine teams competing at today's Brandon Valley Invitational.  The action starts at 10:30 a-m and we'll have reports throughout the day on AM 1450, KYNT.

We'll have the broadcast of game one today of the Hastings at Mount Marty baseball doubleheader on 1450, KYNT starting at 1 p-m.  The Lancers are 1-7 in the GPAC...one game behind Hastings.

The Mount Marty softball squad beat Dakota State 8-4 in the opener Friday, then lost 11-3 to the Lady T's in game two.  Mount Marty has a softball twin bill at Nebraska Wesleyan this afternoon.
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Daily Sports Report 4-11

Friday, April 11, 2014
Mount Marty College has added Class B all-state guard Blake Bartscher for their men's basketball program.  Bartscher helped Ethan to a fourth-place finish at the state tourney, was named the Class B Spirit of Su winner and averaged nearly 19 points and 8 assists per game this season.

The Mount Marty baseball squad is looking to move up in the GPAC standings this weekend, with home conference doubleheaders against Hastings and Nebraska Wesleyan.  We'll have the broadcast of Saturday's first game with Hastings at 1:00 on AM 1450, KYNT.  The Lancer softball team has a non-conference doubleheader with Dakota State today.

The Yankton Bucks tennis team heads north to Aberdeen today for five matches over the next two days against Aberdeen Central, Roncalli, Rapid City Stevens and Madison.  The Yankton Gazelles golf squad competes in the Parkston Invitational today.

Former USD player and coach Joey James has accepted a position as the new men's basketball head coach at Concordia-St. Paul in the Northern Sun Conference.
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Daily Sports Report 4-10-14

Thursday, April 10, 2014
Yankton senior J-J Hejna was named second-team All-State in Class AA boys basketball.  Hejna averaged over 12 points and 8 rebounds per game in helping the Bucks to a sixth place finish at the state tournament.

Mount Marty split a baseball doubleheader with Dakota State on Wednesday, losing the first game 6-4 and winning the nightcap by a 10-5 score.  Jared Miller led the Lancers with five hits and six RBI on the day as Mount Marty is now 16-15 overall.

Leanne Williamson has been named the new full-time head volleyball coach for USD.  Williamson has assisted the Coyotes program since 2009, and takes over from Matt Houk who left for an assistant job with the Minnesota Gophers.


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