High School Sports

Lincoln Beats Brookings In Boys Tennis

Pats remain unbeaten on tennis court

Tom Krueger’s Lincoln Patriots are off to a great start as they go for a 4th straight boys tennis title. Behind the strong play of the Dobbs brothers they beat Brookings and Harrisburg 9-0 on Thursday improving their season’s record to 10-0. Categories: High School Sports, Sports, Sports Top Story Tags: Boys Tennis, Lincoln Patriots

Patriot Tennis Enters 2017 Chasing History

Lincoln Seeking Fourth Straight State Championship

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.  —  From 1995 through 1999, Lincoln High School had one of the greatest boy’s tennis dynasties in South Dakota history.  Not only did they become the second team to win four straight state championships, they actually won five in a row. Two decades later history might be repeating itself over on Cliff Avenue. The 2017 Patriots are…

Preps Show Off At SDBCA All-Star Games

Pentagon Plays Hosts To State's Best

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.  —  Some of the state’s best prep basketball players had one more curtain call during the South Dakota Basketball Coaches Association All-Star games on Sunday afternoon at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls.  Click on the video viewer for highlights! Categories: High School Sports, Sports, Sports Top Story

Washington’s Will Farniok Verbals To Nebraska

Will Join Brother Matt With Huskers After Senior Season

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.  —  Matt Farniok played his entire senior season at Washington in 2015 and didn’t commit to play college football at Nebraska until January of last year. His little brother Will didn’t need as long to make his decision. The senior offensive lineman announced last night on Twitter that he will be joining his brother Matt at Nebraska…

Three-Time Defending Tennis Champ Lincoln Rolls To A Pair Of Wins

Patriots Beat Watertown & Aberdeen 9-0

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.  —  With virtually their entire group back from a team that’s won three consecutive South Dakota Boy’s State Tennis Championships, the Lincoln Patriots are looking the part of a team favored to four-peat. The Patriots cruised to 9-0 victories over Watertown and Aberdeen on Friday afternoon in Sioux Falls.  Lincoln improves to 3-0 with the wins. Click…

OG Beats St. Thomas More In Tennis

OG Beats St. Thomas More In Tennis

The O’Gorman Knights beat St. Thomas More Thursday 6-3 at McKennan Park. Cade Damgaard and Wil McDowell teamed to win the #1 doubles 6-4, 6-3 and Michael Yousef and Zach Ridl won the #2 doubles in 3 sets. Categories: High School Sports, Sports, Sports Top Story Tags: Boys Tennis, O’Gorman Knights, St. Thomas More Cavaliers

Brookings beats Harrisburg On Diamond

Brookings beats Harrisburg On Diamond

Jacob Schoon had a 2-run single for what turned out to be the winning runs as Brookings beat Harrisburg 4-1 in high school baseball Thursday night. Brandon Heesch made a nice running catch in center field to end the Tigers rally and the game. Categories: High School Sports, Sports, Sports Top Story Tags: Brookings Bobcats, Harrisburg Tigers, HS Baseball

Canton Edges Tea I n HS Baseball

Canton Edges Tea I n HS Baseball

CANTON, SD… They played high school baseball in Canton Wednesday night and it came right down to the last batter. Brian Finn had a sac fly and an RBI double to the wall in center for the Titans, but Canton rallied to win 6-5 with a bases-loaded walk in their final at-bat. Categories: High School Sports, Sports, Sports Top Story…

Scott Underwood Invitational Track

Scott Underwood Invitational Track

1,000 high school athletes competed in the Scott Underwood Invitational Track Meet Monday in Brookings at the Sanford Jackrabbit Athletic Complex. The SF Christian boys and girls were team winners. Watch highlights of the boys 400 meter dash won by Logan Hansen of Viborg/Hurley, the girls high jump won by Kendra Ludeman of Tracy-Milroy-Balaton and the 300 meter hurdles won…

Vincent Was Born To Play Basketball

Tayt Vincent will continue his basketball career at Augustana

Tayt Vincent was born into Sioux Valley basketball. Tayt Vincent, Sioux Valley Senior:”When I was about a week old they tell me that I went to my first team camp…” Literally he was born into it. After all his parents Bill and Jill were head coaches of the boys and girls basketball teams. Bill Vincent, Sioux Valley BBB Coach:”He’s just…

Heinz Has Surgery For Broken Bone In Foot

Macy Heinz' brilliant HS career ends with broken bone in foot

Ipswich senior Macy Heinz has re-written all the record books in South Dakota high school track. She’s won 19 state championships starting back in 7th grade from the sprints to the distance races. She’s even won the state cross country championship! Heinz will not add to that incredible total this spring after having surgery for a broken bone in her…

Riders Finish Unique Doubleheader Sweep By Shutting Out O’Gorman

Roosevelt Beats Knights 6-0

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.  —  The Roosevelt baseball team played a unique doubleheader on Saturday afternoon in Sioux Falls. The Riders started the day with a 15-2 win over Washington at Harmodon Park.  After that they bused over to Ronken Field where they beat another crosstown rival, O’Gorman, 6-0 in prep baseball action on Saturday afternoon in Sioux Falls.  Gus Radel…

O’Gorman Edges Washburn To Open Boy’s Tennis Season

Knights Defeat Minneapolis School 5-4

SIOUX FALLS, S.D.  —  The O’Gorman boy’s tennis team opened the 2017 season with a hard fought 5-4 victory over Minneapolis Washburn on Friday afternoon at McKennan Park in Sioux Falls.  Click on the video viewer for highlights! Categories: High School Sports, Sports, Sports Top Story Tags: Boy’s High School Tennis, Minneapolis Washburn, O’Gorman Knights

Cross Country Community Mourns Legend Rich Greeno

Hall Of Fame Coach Dies Monday Afternoon At Age 88

South Dakota cross country legend Rich Greeno died Monday afternoon at the age of 88 Greeno’s coaching legacy spanned six decades. After starting the first eighteen years of his career in Philip and Yankton, he became head coach of the Sioux Falls Lincoln Patriots cross country team. From there, a dynasty was born. In his over twenty years with Lincoln,…