KYNT Local Sports for 4-28-18

The First Dakota Relays attracted 14 teams in the sunny and windy weather Friday to Williams Field at Yankton High School.  The Gazelles won four relay races, while Kate Budig (boo-dig) took first in both hurdles races and Ben Jurrens won two jumping events.  Yankton will host a triangular meet next Tuesday involving Brandon Valley and Sioux Falls O’Gorman.

The Yankton Bucks tennis team is in Madison today, competing against Watertown and Madison in a triangular beginning at 9 a-m.

The Mount Marty baseball team swept a doubleheader against Dordt College Friday by scores of 2-1 and 7-5.  Deric Denning picked up a win and a save for the Lancers, while Justin Miller led the offense with four hits and three RBI’s.  Mount Marty is 12 and 12 and sixth place in the G-PAC as they end the regular season today with another twin bill against Dordt.  Our broadcast of Lancer baseball starts at 1:55 this afternoon on AM 1450, KYNT.

The Mount Marty softball team is 9 and 9 and in a sixth-place tie in the G-PAC standings entering the final regular season games today.  The Lancers visit Morningside in a doubleheader starting at 1:00 this afternoon.

Mount Marty stands in fourth place entering today’s final round of the G-PAC Women’s Golf Tournament at Quail Run in Columbus.  Lancer sophomore Molly Koisti (koy-stee) is tenth individually in the meet with a three-round total of 256.

The U-S-D women’s tennis squad surprised second-seed Omaha 4-2 Friday in the Summit League Tournament semifinals in Denver.  The Coyotes will now take on top-seed Denver in the League championship match today at 11 a-m.

South Dakota State tight end Dallas Goedert (gahd-ert) was selected in the second round of the NFL Draft by the Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles.  Goedert was a two-time F-C-S All-American First Team selection and ended his Jackrabbit career third in receptions and fourth in total yardage.