Central's Shaw signs with Dickinson State

Rapid City Central senior lineman Mike Shaw has signed a National Letter of Intent to participate in football at Dickinson State University in Dickinson, N.D.

Shaw was a two-year starter at offensive tackle and was a one-year starter at defensive tackle for the Cobblers.

He received the 2012 "Top Cobbler Award” and was named to the 2012 Greater Dakota Conference Honorable Mention team, as well has being the team captain in 2012.

Freed finishes second in hammer at Wayne State

South Dakota School of Mines junior Brian Freed finished second in the hammer throw Saturday at the Wayne State Wildcat Classic in Wayne Neb.

Freed’s top toss of 181-feet-2-inches ranks him 17th of all NCAA Div. II hammer throwers so far this season. Freed is also ranked 15th in the shot put (53-3.50) and sixth in the discus (168-3). All three are NCAA Div. II provisional marks.

Also for Mines, senior Thomas Everett and sophomore Cole Jolovich ran in the men’s 10,000 where Everett was third in 34 minutes, 11.26 seconds, while Jolovich was a spot back in fourth place with a 34:22.53.

Sophomore Brittanee Wood ran the women’s 10K where she finished ninth in a time of 43:08.66.

Mines soccer program to hold summer camps

The South Dakota School of Mines men’s soccer program will be holding two camps this summer – a general overall camp for high school players and a more specialized shooting, finishing and goalkeeping camp – both will take place in June.

The Hardrocker High School Camp will be held June 10-13 for boys and girls at the Sioux Park Sports Complex in Rapid City. The camp is designed to provide a competitive and challenging environment for serious players who want to take their game to the next level.

The cost of the camp is $100 and will be run by the Hardrocker coaching staff and current players along with other USSF licensed college coaches from around the country.

The Hardrockers are also offering a Shooting, Finishing and Goalkeeping Camp June 21-23. The cost for the Shooting, Finishing and Goalkeeping Camp is $165 for all boys and girls ages 10 to 18.

To register for either camp or for more information, log onto Hardrockersoccer.com. If there are any questions, contact the Mines soccer office at 605-394-2642 or email at joe.burger@sdsmt.edu and luke.schweitzer@sdsmt.edu.

Hardrocker golfers standing in fifth

 The South Dakota School of Mines men’s golf team sits in fifth place after the first day of the Colorado Mines/Regis University Invitational at the Fox Hollow Golf Course in Lakewood, Colo.

The Hardrockers have an 18-hole team score of 313. Colorado Mines has the first round lead with 284 strokes and Adams State is currently second with 298. Minot State tallied a 302 for third and Regis is fourth with 303 strokes.

Individually, Conrad Smith of CSM and Adams State’s Justin Mortenson are tied for the lead, each posting a 69.

 Bryan Shulte had the lowest round for the Hardrockers, carding a 74 (36-38) for a share of eighth place and freshman Zachary Fox is tied for 21st place with an 18-hole score of 78 (42-36).

As for the rest of the ‘Rockers, freshman Jeremy Betz is tied for 24th with a 79 (37-42), senior Cody Vostad put up an 82 (41-41) to tie for 29th place and sophomore Ramon Urquiola is in 31st place with an 85.

Second round action concludes today with 18 holes at Fox Hollow.

Broncos alumni meet and greet set for Saturday

A meet and greet for five Denver Broncos alumni is set for 3-5 p.m. on Saturday at Scheels. In attendance will be Charlie Adams, Tatum Bell, Reuben Droughns, Ron Egloff and Kyle Johnson

Three CSC entries win events at Colorado State rodeo

Three Chadron State College contestants were event winners at the Colorado State University rodeo in Fort Collins, Colo., over the weekend.

Devan Frey of Hyannis, Neb., won the breakaway roping with cumulative time of 6.2 seconds , Katie Loughran of Broken Bow, Neb., was first in the barrel race with tims of 14.59 and 14.31 and 170 points and Russell Hipke of Stuart, Neb., was the steer wrestling winner in 4.5 seconds in the championship go.

Also for Chadron State, team ropers Gaby Beragnolli of Sierra Valley, Calif., and Jace Blackwell of Rapid City, who completed their first run in 9.4 seconds, but, like several others, took a no time in the finals.

Amy Deichert of Spearfish was among the 10 barrel racers to make the finals, but her times of 14.85 and 14.98 seconds left her in eighth place overall.

Newman hits hole-in-one at Red Rock

Jerry Newman scored his first ace on the par 3, hole #12 at Red Rock on March 29. Hill used a nine iron from 132 yards and was playing with his son Adam.

—Journal staff

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