Game 1 of the Rush's first-round playoff game, plus high school golf, track and tennis
When Black Hills State University and South Dakota Mines meet on the football field, it's no ordinary game, although coach-speak would say both teams prepare for it like an ordinary game.
Saturday, Oct. 30 will be my final day as sports editor of the Rapid City Journal. Knock on wood, it won’t be the final day that I write for the Journal.
The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference football season will hit the halfway point of the schedule Saturday and this is what we know.
It’s been a tough season for the Douglas Patriots, to say the least, but there was a breath of fresh air and an added mark of enthusiasm late in the game against Class 11AA No. 1 ranked Tea Area.
Walking out the door at 1 a.m. Saturday morning, the Mustang found its way home safely and again to Sturgis seven hours later.
After missing the 2020 South Dakota High School State Track and Field Championships because of the COVID-19 pandemic, the state athletes and coaches have had to adjust all season long.
This should be this columnist’s eighth Major League Baseball Opening Day writeup at the Journal (or so), and despite his advanced age, he might be running out of baseball memories to share.
Those sweet, stout, stocked rainbow trout in Pactola Reservoir don’t have to worry about me these days.
It took a while Tuesday night, but I found my desk again at the Rapid City Journal office.
Sturgis Post 33 opened play Thursday at the Rushmore Classic with back-to-back wins over Spearfish Post 164 and Belle Fourche Post 32 at Pete Lien Memorial Field.
Rapid City Post 320 started the Rushmore Classic on a high note and bounced back from a difficult trip to Omaha, Nebraska with a 9-3 win over Aberdeen Thursday evening at Pete Lien Memorial Field.
The Spearfish Sasquatch collected 13 hits in a 9-2 win over the Fremont Moo on Tuesday at Moeller Field in Fremont, Nebraska to claim their seventh victory over their last nine games.
A prominent American remains detained in Russia because Brittney Griner is not as prominent as her supporters want to believe.
Deshaun Watson’s disciplinary hearing concluded Thursday with the NFL adamant about an indefinite suspension of at least one year and the quarterback’s legal team arguing there’s no basis for that punishment, two people with knowledge of the case told The Associated Press. Both sides presented their arguments over three days before former U.S. District Judge Sue Robinson in Delaware, according to both people who spoke on condition of anonymity because the hearing isn’t public. Watson was accused of sexual misconduct by 24 women and settled 20 of the civil lawsuits.
For years, Mark Cuban hasn’t been able to sign someone else’s big free agent. Now he can’t keep his own.
The NFL is teaming up with Ice Cube. The league announced Thursday a partnership with Contract with Black America Institute, an economic inclusion-focused initiative led by artist and entrepreneur O’Shea Jackson, who is known as Ice Cube. The NFL has worked to increase economic equity and partnerships with Black-owned businesses. The partnership with Ice Cube’s CWBA will focus on identifying league-wide opportunities in the financial, tech, and production sectors, with a concentration on increasing direct and indirect spending to national Black businesses to help close America’s racial and economic wealth gap.