The Oldham-Ramona/Rutland Raiders finished last season with an 8-13 record and set the program’s record for rebounds in a season. The Raiders only lost one girl from last season’s basketball team. and ORR head coach Crystal Hansen believes her team has the talent to break that record again, …
The Howard Tigers finished last season with a 15-8 record and reached the SoDak 16 after defeating Colman-Egan in the Class B Region 4 girls basketball semifinal.
The Chester Flyers haven’t lost a match since Sept. 24. Since losing to Sioux Falls O’Gorman at the Sanford Pentagon, the Flyers have won 14 straight matches and own a 26-5 overall record. During that winning streak, the Flyers have lost just one set.
Top-ranked South Dakota State University can clinch at least a share of the Missouri Valley Football Conference title when it closes out the road portion of its regular season schedule Saturday afternoon at Northern Iowa.
The Dakota State University men’s basketball team finished last season with a 13-18 record under the direction of head coach Gary Garner. The Trojans finished the season strong by going 8-6 to wrap up the regular season and going 1-1 in the NSAA Tournament.
No. 15 ranked Bellevue (Neb.) pounded out 56 kills Wednesday evening, kicking off the second half portion of the North Star Athletic Association schedule with a 3-0 sweep over Dakota State at Gordon Lozier Athletic Center. Set scores were 25-17, 25-22, and 25-22.
Two area race car drivers competed in the 49th annual Winter Nationals at Devils Bowl Speedway in Mesquite, Texas. Ramona’s Ryan Bickett and Madison’s Nate Barger raced in the two-day event.
The Chester Flyers swept the Madison Bulldogs in Chester on Thursday to extend their winning streak to nine games. The Flyers won the first two sets by the score of 25-17 and won the third set 25-14 to pick up the 3-0 victory.
The Madison Bulldogs picked up their third win of the season with a 41-19 victory over Lennox in Madison on Friday evening.The Bulldogs outscored Lennox 14-0 in the second quarter to take a 27-7 lead into the locker room at halftime.
After taking a week off from their previous meet on Sept. 23 at Roy Griak Invitational, the Dakota State University Trojan cross country squads return to action Saturday in the Holiday Inn Express Classic, hosted by Dordt (Iowa).
Paige Hanson has been playing competitive volleyball since she was in sixth grade and has been a member of the Oldham-Ramona/Rutland varsity team since she was a freshman.
The second-ranked Chester Flyers swept the Colman-Egan Hawks 3-0 on Monday in Chester. The No. 2 volleyball team in Class B defeated the Hawks 26-24, 25-14 and 25-16.
Viborg-Hurley struck first against the Howard Tigers on Friday evening, but the Cougars were unable to sustain that momentum, as the top-ranked team in Class 9AA football went on to defeat the Cougars 48-12.
Behind the rushing of Isaiah Davis, South Dakota State University put together a number of time-consuming drives in posting a 34-10 victory over Western Illinois on Saturday in Brookings.
Dakota State University played its third volleyball match in five nights, continuing road action Friday evening. Valley City State (N.D.) pulled away from DSU in four sets, 25-22, 14-25, 25-23 and 25-19, despite a season-high 40 digs from Peyton Groft. She is two digs away from breaking the …
The North Star Athletic Association kicked off a six-game football schedule Saturday afternoon. Dakota State University hosted seven-time defending champion Dickinson State (N.D.) at Trojan Field.
The Madison Bulldogs had their final tuneup before the Class A State Tennis Tournament on Thursday, when they competed in the Dak XII invitational at Sioux Falls.
Following a road victory over a fellow top-five opponent last week, the South Dakota State University football team returns to Dana J. Dykhouse Stadium on Saturday to face Western Illinois in the Jackrabbits’ Missouri Valley Football Conference home opener.
Colman-Egan, Chester, Howard and Oldham-Ramona/Rutland all competed in the Colman Invitational at Sunset Ridge Golf Course on Wednesday afternoon.
Dakota State University kicked off a six-match road stretch Tuesday evening, facing another opponent from the Great Plains Athletic Conference on back-to-back nights.
It’s not how you start, it’s how you finish; and the Colman-Egan Hawks finished strong on Tuesday evening against the Howard Tigers. After dropping the first set of the volleyball match 25-19, the Hawks stormed back to win the next three sets and defeat the Tigers 3-1.
The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics (NAIA) has selected Dakota State University’s Sydney Schell as its National Attacker of the Week.
Madison’s Matt Steuerwald had a strong showing at I-90 Speedway near Hartford on Saturday night. The veteran Late Model Street Stock driver won his heat race and later placed second in the A-Feature, behind Sioux Falls’ Mike Chaney.
Every Wednesday and Friday at 5:45 p.m., there is a group of individuals who get together to work up a sweat during spin class at the Madison Community Center. They call themselves the Cobra Kai Spinning Do Jo.
Madison’s Dillon Bickett picked up his first career A-Feature win on Friday night during the IMCA Racesaver Sprint Car Freedom Classic at I-90 Speedway near Hartford.
Huset’s Speedway played host to the World of Outlaws Sprint cars for four straight nights last week. The first night was just a World of Outlaws race; Thursday and Friday had the High Bank Nationals with the Nordstrom’s Late Model Street Stock cars doing battle also.
Eddy Ullom, a self-described sports lover, had never heard of the Madison Senior Games until Bernie Schuurmans, the director of the local event, approached Ullom’s wife Paula about competing in the event last year.
Madison’s Nick and Nate Barger dueled it out for the top two spots in the IMCA Racesaver 305 Sprint car A-Feature at I-90 Speedway near Hartford on Saturday night. Nick Barger came out on top as he recorded the win, and brother Nate was runner-up.
Madison’s Travis Christensen won the USRA Hobby Stock A-Feature at I-90 Speedway near Hartford on Saturday night. Earlier in the evening, Christensen also claimed a heat race win.
Madison’s Nate and Nick Barger placed in the Top 10 in the Wyffel Hybrids Racesaver Sprint Car A-Feature on Sunday night at Huset’s Speedway. Nate drove to a fourth-place finish while Nick finished seventh.
Madison’s Nate Barger had a good night at I-90 Speedway near Hartford on Saturday night. The young IMCA Race Saver sprint car driver placed fourth in the A-Feature. Earlier in the night, he placed third in his heat race.
The Madison 18’s club volleyball team played in the Sanford Pentagon March Meltdown II tournament on Sunday. The club had just three practices under their belt as they competed against top teams from Minnesota, North Dakota and Sioux Falls.