Plus Rapid City Christian rolled past Class A defending state champion Yankton
With their top six players back this year and the shifting of defending state champion Yankton to Class AA, the Comets have emerged as the frontrunner of Class A
Plus results from Friday's West River Invite tennis tournament
The West River Invite tennis tournament wraps up Saturday
The Comets and Rapid City Stevens both opened their season Thursday evening
The South Dakota Wrestling Coaches Association announced its annual award-winners Thursday morning and a trio of West River grapplers secured top honors.
The West River Invite tennis tournament is set to take place at Parkview
Watertown assistant Tia Hemiller has been hired as the next head coach of the Rapid City Central girls basketball team, activities director Jordan Bauer announced Thursday.
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The BHSU men's basketball team plays West Liberty for a spot in the NCAA Division II National Championship game
“This is all new and we're just building this,” Raiders coach Sherry Grismer said. “Let's build it and build it and build it until we're a dynasty.”
“It’ll be exciting to tell my kids that might go to Central High School that I was on the first team,” senior Ally Davis said. “This is the start of the program, like this is new."
Plus Hot Springs won its first state tournament game in 78 years, and Joe Sayler wrapped up his historic career on Saturday
Lower Brule plays De Smet in the boys basketball Class B state championship game
Plus Lower Brule topped White River again to reach the Class B state championship game for the second straight year
Lower Brule and White River meet for a spot in the boys basketball Class B state championship game
“It was a tough one,” Cavs head coach Dave Hollenbeck said. “We put ourselves in a situation to be able to get into overtime, and they made a great play.”
The No. 5 White River boys basketball team shot nearly 55% from the field and ran away with a 72-56 win over No. 4 Faith on Thursday in the quarterfinals of the Class A State Tournament at the Barnett Center in Aberdeen.
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The Undefeated Dakota Valley boys basketball team upended Hot Springs’ Cinderella run Thursday afternoon.
Rosters for the 35th annual 3-Class Shootout basketball all-star games were announced Wednesday, and feature nearly a dozen West River student-athletes.
The Bison have pulled off back-to-back stunning upsets and enter the Class A State Tournament with momentum on their side
Lower Brule enters the Class B State Tournament as the top seed and will square off with No. 8 Castlewood at 11 a.m. Thursday at Northern State University in Aberdeen.
The games return to Summit Arena in late April
The Bison will play their quarterfinal game against top-seeded Dakota Valley, which is riding a 50-game winning streak
The all-Black Hills Conference boys and girls wrestling teams were released Monday afternoon
The Rushmore Thunder nearly overcame a three-goal deficit Sunday but couldn't find an equalizing goal, and the Oahe Capitals ran away with a 6-3 victory in the third-place game of the South Dakota Amateur Hockey Association boys varsity state tournament at Larson Ice Center in Brookings.