Area scene: Sturgis girls win home quadrangular

2013-05-14T17:52:00Z 2013-05-14T21:58:36Z Area scene: Sturgis girls win home quadrangular Rapid City Journal
May 14, 2013 5:52 pm

Sturgis girls win home quadrangular

The Sturgis girls golf team earned the top spot in the Sturgis Quadrangular at Boulder Canyon Country Club on Tuesday with a score of 186.

Belle Fourche finished second with 190, followed by Douglas with 202. Spearfish closed out the top four with 210.

Mikayla Gallagher of Lead-Deadwood took home medalist honors after shooting a 42, Jocelyn Keszler came in second with 43, followed by Sophie Schwartz of Douglas with 44.

Belle Fourche’s Liz Day finished fourth with a 45, Errin Short of Sturgis came in fifth with 46, Shannon Wilson of Sturgis and Nellie Enderby of Spearfish shared the sixth spot with 47 apiece. Melanie Nelson and Jade Burr of Belle Fourche came in eighth with 48, and teammate Kiley Boston rounded out the top 10 with 49.

Cavaliers crush Hot Springs in playoffs

St. Thomas More scored 19 runs in the first two innings and never looked back in a 28-2 rout of Hot Springs in the opening round of Class B high school baseball playoffs Tuesday night at McKeague Field.

The Cavaliers rapped out 20 hits in the game which ended after five innings because of the mercy rule.

Travis Mills, the ninth hitter in the lineup, went 4-for-5 with six  RBI, including a fourth-inning grand slam.

Dominic Bradford added three hits in five at-bats, with three RBI.

George Eccarius struck out five in three innings on the mound for More. Bradford pitched the final two innings in relief and also fanned five.

More (13-2) hosts Bennett County in the next round of the 4B playoffs Friday night at McKeague Field. Game time is to be determined.

Eighteen Jackets make RMAC Honor Roll

The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference has announced the 2013 Men’s and Women’s Outdoor Track and Field Academic Awards with a total of 18 Black Hills State University track and field athletes making the RMAC’s Honor Roll.

The lady Yellow Jackets who made the honor roll include: Avery Allen (3.59, Biology), Erin Curran (3.99 Exercise Science), Erica Gajda (3.92 Political Science), Courtney Gross (3.76 English), Rachel Hellekson (3.54 Exercise Science), Trisha Koch (3.87 Exercise Science), Kristin Rath (3.67 Social Sciences), Shelby Tollefson (3.76 Mass Communications), and Anna Yanchek (3.78 Exercise Science).

The men’s team members to make the list include: Justin Bergeson (3.86 History), Eric Chilson (3.46 Exercise Science), Baker Diede (3.59 Accounting), John Erdahl (3.31 Art), Mitch Kraft (3.80 Environmental Sciences), Laine Parish (3.41 English), Evan Strand (3.51 Special Education), Chase Vogel (3.87 Business Administration), and Mark Wilcox (3.76 Exercise Science).

Mines men add point guard from Ohio

The South Dakota School of Mines men’s basketball team has added Eric Seaberry for the 2013-14 season.

Seaberry is a 6-foot point guard from Cleveland, Ohio, who played hoops for Charles F. Brush High School. He helped the team to a district runner-up showing in 2012 and averaged 10 points, 10.1 assists and 2.3 steals per game.

While attending Mines, Seaberry plans to pursue a degree in Industrial Engineering.                                 -- Journal staff

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