SPORTS 5-6-14

   Watertown @ Brookings Varsity, DH, 6:00pm
   Brookings JV @ Huron, DH, 5:00pm
   Brookings Freshmen/Sophomores @ Sioux Falls Washington, DH, 5:00pm

   Clark/Willow Lake, Hamlin, Flandreau, Oldham-Ramona/Rutland @ Sioux Valley Invitational, Volga,
  Dell Rapids @ Lennox Invitational, 4:00pm
  Garretson, Chester, Colman-Egan @ Baltic Invitational, 3:00pm 
  Grant-Deuel, Florence/Henry @ Valley Queen Cheese Invitational, Milbank, 3:00pm
  Great Plains Lutheran, Waverly-South Shore, Iroquois, Lake Preston, Elkton-Lake Benton @ Dwight
     Kinney Invitational, Estelline, 3:00pm  

   Brookings @ Watertown Invitational, 10:30am
  Arlington/Lake Preston, Dells St. Mary’s @ Pre-Regional meet, Mitchell, 10:00am

Tennis:  Brookings @ Sioux Falls Washington, 4:00pm

Softball: Summit League Tournament @ Fargo
       #6 South Dakota State vs. #3 South Dakota, 3:00pm
       #5 Western Illinois vs. #4 IUPUI, 5:30pm

SV GOLF…Results of Monday’s Sioux Valley Invitational golf tournament:
   TEAM SCORES:  A-Sioux Valley 380   B-Deubrook 274, McCook Central/Montrose 310, Chester 316
   Medalist:  Caitlyn Christianson, Deubrook, 87
   Deubrook:  Shelby Andrews 88, Marissa Johnson 99, Emily Olson 103
   Sioux Valley:  Sam Algood 92, Ashley Rennich 94, Kortnee Moir 96, McKenzie Jones 98, Jasimine Karlstad 118, Michaela Stokes 136, Hannah Osterberg 138, Madison Stahl 138
   Colman-Egan:  Bailey Groos 95, Ally Hemmer 114
   Chester:  Bailley Scheider 96, Taylor Martens 97, Katie Masterson 123

PRE-REGIONAL GOLF…Deuel’s Kali Trautman and Frederick’s Dane Campbell each captured medalist honors Monday in the Pre-Region 1B boys and girls golf tournaments at Cattail Crossing Golf Course in Watertown.
   BOYS: Hamlin 341, Aberdeen Christian 344, Clark-Willow Lake 357, Great Plains Lutheran 364, Webster 369, Castlewood 376, Florence-Henry 387, Deuel 387, Leola 407, Langford Area 417, Tiospa Zina 525.
   GIRLS: Hamlin 378, Deuel 401, Castlewood 418, Clark-Willow Lake 435, Webster 440, Great Plains Lutheran 446, Leola 516.

BMS TRACK…The results of Monday’s Brookings Middle School track:
Girls 7th             Girls 8th
Brookings 55      Brookings 55
Watertown 75    Watertown 73

Boys 7th            Boys 8th
Brookings 71     Brookings 35
Watertown 61    Watertown 88

HODGES HONORED…SDSU right-hander Chad Hodges has earned his league-leading fourth Summit League Pitcher of the Week award following a standout performance against Omaha.
   Hodges threw eight shutout innings in the second game of a doubleheader against the Mavericks, one SDSU won by a 3-0 score. Hodges allowed five hits, struck out three and walked two batters in recording his team-leading sixth win of the season.
   Hodges shared this week's honor with North Dakota State left-hander Parker Trewin.

USGA GOLF…Michael Berg of Detroit Lakes, Minn., and Danny Sinksen of Sioux Falls have advanced in their quest to play in this year’s United States Open Golf Championship after local qualifying Monday at Bakker Crossing Golf Course in Sioux Falls.
   Berg was the medalist Monday, firing a 2-under-par 69. Sinksen, the head golf professional at Elmwood Golf Course in Sioux Falls, shot an even-par 71 and earned the second automatic berth after defeating Max Donohue of Sioux Falls on the first playoff hole.
   Drew Trautman of Clear Lake shot 75. 

STARR…Area football fans are awaiting this week’s National Football League draft – some of them hoping South Dakota linebacker Tyler Starr will be selected.
   But Coyote head coach Joe Glenn says it may be better for Starr to go to a camp as an undrafted free agent, instead of a late-round pick.  97625   :16   “kind of interesting”.
   Glenn told the Ranch AM910 during the “Sports Show” he’s confident Starr can play in the NFL.  97626   :40   “with that guy”.
   USD football coach Joe Glenn.

BB BUS…It’s the South Dakota Basketball Hall of Fame – on wheels.
   The green-and-white bus is parked at the Eastside Commons in Brookings through Friday – then will be moved to the Antique Car Museum at Murdo.
   Myron Moen of Sisseton bought the bus in Oklahoma with the idea of making it into a camper – instead, it became a basketball shrine.  97627   :22   “got its start”.
   Moen says a committee of five selected the players, coaches and teams on the bus.  97628   :16   “place for “em”.
   He says response to the bus has been “awesome”.   97629   :15   “never knew that”.
   The bus was a precursor to the state Basketball Hall of Fame, which is housed in the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls.  The South Dakota hall is only the second in the nation – Indiana had the first state basketball Hall of Fame.

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