The Yankton High School Athletic Hall of Fame will grow by five members tonight. There will be induction ceremonies for coach Ginger Larsen, along with Yankton athletes Heather Nelson Olson, Chris Johnson, Matt Althoff and Tom Brewer. The Hall of Fame Event is from 5 to 7 p-m in the Y-H-S Commons and the public is invited to attend.
The Yankton girls tennis team has a 9-9 season record and the Gazelles will have a dual meet this afternoon at Vermillion.
The Mount Marty women’s and men’s soccer teams played strong defense but couldn’t put anything in the net in a doubleheader loss at York College, Nebraska on Wednesday. York took the women’s contest 2-0 and the Lancers lost the men’s game by a 1-0 score.
The Mount Marty volleyball squad has a GPAC match tonight at Dakota Wesleyan University in Mitchell. The Lancers are 2-7 this season, while the Tigers have a 10-3 overall record.
The University of South Dakota men’s and women’s golf teams finished a combined fifth place out of 14 teams in the Golfweek Challenge in South Carolina. Matt Tolan had the best score for the Coyotes with a three-round total 0f 218, which was two-over-par and 37th place in the tournament.
In Class 9-AA high school football this week, Irene-Wakonda is third in the state and Bon Homme is rated fourth. Canistota-Freeman is rated fourth in the Class 9-A football poll with Alcester-Hudson in fifth place.
There are a number of unbeaten high school teams in northeast Nebraska eight-man football. In Class D-2 this week, Bloomfield is rated seventh in the state, with Randolph in eighth and Hartington-Newcastle ranked ninth and all those schools are undefeated so far this season.