WEDNESDAY, JUNE 27:
Baseball: Aurora A’s @ Lake Norden Lakers, 8:00pm
Aberdeen Smitty’s @ Brookings Bandits (DH), 5:00pm
Brandon @ Bombers Maroon (DH), 2:00pm, Mickelson Field
Bombers Gray @ Madison Red
LOCAL BASEBALL…The Brookings Bullets 16’s defeated Sioux Falls East 3-2 in game one of a doubleheader at Sioux Falls. No score was reported for game two.
The Bullets 15’s dropped two games to Huron at Bob Shelden Field. Huron took the first game 13-1, then made it a sweep with a 17-9 victory.
The Bombers Maroon came up with a doubleheader sweep of Watertown – winning 10-4 and 10-5.
SDSU WR SIGN…The South Dakota State wrestling team and head coach Chris Bono received another national letter of intent this week.
Tyler White joins the Jackrabbits from Reeds Spring High School in Reeds Spring, Mo. During his prep career, White posted a 152-14 overall record with 114 falls. In addition, he holds school records in both wins and falls.
White won the Class 2A 152-pound state championship in 2011.
PRICE-OLYMPICS…Mitchell native and South Dakota State University graduate Katie (Budahl) Price competed in the second day of the 2012 U.S. Olympic Team Swimming Trials Tuesday in Omaha, Neb.
Price competed in the women’s 100-meter breaststroke event and finished in 119th place out of 152 swimmers. She finished with a time of 1 minute, 13.28 seconds which was 6.92 seconds behind the first place finisher Rebecca Soni.
STORM SUSPEND…The quarterback who led the University of Sioux Falls to two NAIA championships has been suspended from the Sioux Falls Storm indoor football team after being arrested.
Lorenzo Brown Jr. is accused of sexually exploiting a minor and contributing to the delinquency of a child in his job at the Minnehaha Juvenile Detention Center. He has not yet entered a plea. A telephone listing could not immediately be found for him in Sioux Falls.
The 24-year-old Brown is a receiver and backup quarterback for the Storm. Team owner Todd Tryon says Brown has been suspended indefinitely.
NDSU OLYMPIC QUALIFY…A former North Dakota State University track standout has qualified for the Olympics.
Amanda Smock won the triple jump at the U.S. Olympic Trials in Eugene, Ore., on Monday and qualified for the London Summer Games. Smock's last name was Thieschafer when she competed for NDSU and won three NCAA Division II national titles in the early 2000s.