KYNT Local Sports for 9-10-18

University of South Dakota quarterback Austin Simmons passed for a career high 462 yards and accounted for five touchdowns in leading the Coyotes past Northern Colorado 43-28 Saturday in the Dome.  USD finished with 635 yards of total offense as they now will prepare for a Saturday game at Weber State.

Cade Johnson tied a South Dakota State school record with four touchdown receptions as the Jacks rolled past Montana State 45-14 in the home opener Saturday night in Brookings.  Taryn Christion passed for 319 yards and he became the first Jackrabbit to pass 10-thousand total yards in his career.

Arkansas-Little Rock defeated USD in volleyball 3-1 on Saturday, dropping the Coyotes season record to 6 and 3 with three matches coming up next weekend in Bakersfield, California.

The Mount Marty College men’s soccer team got their first win of the season on Saturday with a 5-0 victory over Nebraska Christian at the Easton fields. Talles Ribeiro led Mount Marty two goals in the game.

The Yankton girls soccer team shut out Aberdeen Central 2-0 Saturday at Crane-Youngworth Field as freshman Cora Schurman scored both goals.  The Gazelles now stand third in the Class Double-A seeding point standings.  In the boys match, Aberdeen Central blanked the Bucks 2-0 on Saturday.  Yankton will host Sioux Falls Roosevelt in a doubleheader on Tuesday.

The Yankton Gazelles placed second in the Brandon Valley Cross-Country Invite on Saturday as eighth-grader Thea Chance had a second-place finish.  The Bucks were third in the meet, and Yankton will run at the Norfolk Invite on Friday.

The Yankton Gazelles tennis squad won two matches on Saturday, beating Sioux Falls Roosevelt 7-2 and shutting out Rapid City Central 9-0.  The Gazelles now have a 9 and 7 overall record with a meet tomorrow against Lincoln and Mitchell.

The Yankton Bucks golf squad took second out of 16 teams in the home invitational on Friday and will compete at the Brookings Invite today.