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As the pass-game coordinator for his alma mater, the South Dakota State Jackrabbits, Josh Davis won a national championship Jan. 8. Two days later, he was wearing the colors of the rival South Dakota Coyotes, as head coach Bob Nielson introduced him to the team as the Coyotes’ new offensive …

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Mount Marty athletes claimed three of the top four spots in the women’s pentathlon at the Mount Marty Open, Friday at the Ruth Donohoe First Dakota Fieldhouse.

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MITCHELL — Pairings for the Dakota Wesleyan Culver’s Classic basketball event, Feb. 10-11 in Mitchell, have been announced.

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SIOUX FALLS — South Dakota women’s tennis earned its first dual win of the season with Friday’s 7-0 victory over Sioux Falls inside Huether Family Match Pointe.

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The Brandon Valley Lynx used a 9-0 run in the second quarter to secure a 58-54 win over the Yankton Bucks in an Eastern South Dakota Conference boys’ basketball matchup at Yankton High School Thursday.

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PIERRE — The Pierre Governors scored an 84-0 victory over Yankton in Eastern South Dakota Conference wrestling action on Thursday in Pierre.

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MACOMB, Ill. – A last-second three-pointer from Trenton Massner gave Western Illinois a 75-72 win over South Dakota Thursday night in Macomb. 

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The Yankton Baseball Association will hold a fundraiser event on Saturday, Feb. 4, from 6-9 p.m. at River Rocks Event Center. Doors open at 5:30 p.m.

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VERMILLION — The South Dakota Coyotes women’s basketball team used a 25-8 second quarter to get past the Western Illinois Leathernecks 74-56 in Summit League action at the Sanford Coyote Sports Center Thursday.

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BRANDON — Brandon Valley downed Yankton 43-25 in Eastern South Dakota Conference girls’ basketball action on Thursday.

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VERMILLION — Even with another curveball being thrown at the South Dakota Coyotes women’s basketball team this past week, the team stayed even keeled and defeated the Omaha Mavericks 70-63 Saturday, then flew to Denver Monday for a contest originally scheduled for Jan. 19 and won 59-50.

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JAMESTOWN — Jamestown cruised to a 68-48 victory over Mount Marty in Great Plains Athletic Conference women’s basketball action on Wednesday.

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JAMESTOWN, N.D. — Jamestown hit 19 three-pointers on the way to a 104-68 victory over Mount Marty in Great Plains Athletic Conference men’s basketball action on Wednesday.

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The Mount Marty University men’s track and field team is ranked 16th in the first USA Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association rating index of the 2023 season.

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Yankton standout Rugby Ryken has committed to Mount Marty University for both football and basketball, according to an announcement on his personal Twitter account.

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The Sioux Falls Lincoln Patriots used a 19-5 second-half run to get past the Yankton Bucks 60-54 in a Top 5 Class AA matchup at Yankton High School Tuesday.

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AVON — The Avon boys’ basketball program will host a youth basketball jamboree for teams in grades 3-4 on Saturday, March 4.

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SIOUX FALLS — South Dakota track and field members Marshall Faurot, Delaney Smith and Erin Kinney have been selected as the TicketSmarter Summit League Track and Field Peak Performers of the week.

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SIOUX FALLS – South Dakota swimming and diving team members Cassie Ketterling and Zachary Kopp have been selected as the TicketSmarter Summit League Peak Performers of the Week the league announced on Tuesday.

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NEW ORLEANS — South Dakota women’s track and field is ranked No. 24 in the nation in the first indoor release by the U.S. Track and Field/Cross Country Coaches Association. The Coyotes are coming off a meet championship at the Jim Emmerich Alumni Invitational in Brookings where they won 12 o…

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The Yankton boys’ basketball team moved back into the top-five of the South Dakota Media Class AA poll after a 1-1 record this past week.

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CREIGHTON, Neb. — Plainview ran away from Quad County Northeast and the rest of the field to win the Lewis & Clark Conference Wrestling Tournament, Monday in Creighton, Nebraska.

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GAYVILLE — Wausa overcame an early deficit to claim a 44-30 victory over Gayville-Volin in an inter-state girls’ basketball matchup on Monday.

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VERMILLION — South Dakota men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams came away with a split of Summit League duals with rival South Dakota State on Saturday in the Marshall Center Pool.

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VERMILLION — South Dakota Coyotes guard A.J. Plitzuweit felt the team had to win its game at the Sanford Coyote Sports Center Saturday against the Omaha Mavericks. They found a combination of togetherness and toughness that helped the Coyotes get an 84-68 win.

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OMAHA, Neb.—Carley Duffney reentered South Dakota’s starting lineup Saturday and perhaps she will never leave. The redshirt freshman from Green Bay, Wisconsin, scored a season-high 22 points on 9-of-13 shooting to help lift the Coyotes to a 70-63 road win at Omaha Saturday at Baxter Arena.

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BROOKINGS — South Dakota women’s track and field team dominated the Jim Emmerich Alumni Invitational on Saturday by winning 12 of the 16 events and running away with the team title inside the Sanford Jackrabbit Athletic Complex.

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Morningside got things going late in the first quarter — then didn’t cool off until the third quarter — in an 84-59 victory over Mount Marty in Great Plains Athletic Conference women’s basketball action on Saturday at Laddie E. Cimpl Arena.

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Morningside showed why it leads the Great Plains Athletic Conference men’s basketball standings, shining on both sides of the ball in a 90-57 victory over Mount Marty on Saturday in Laddie E. Cimpl Arena.