KYNT Local Sports for 10-11-18

There will be “Pink Night” activities at the Yankton Gazelles volleyball match tonight against Watertown with pink T-shirts being sold to support local breast cancer efforts in the Yankton area.  The Gazelles are 1 and 16 overall, while the Arrows are ranked fourth in the state with a 13 and 4 record.  We’ll have the broadcast of Gazelles volleyball start starting at 6:50 pm on AM 1450, KYNT.

The Yankton Competitive Cheer and Dance teams will compete in the E-S-D Conference meet this evening at 5 p-m hosted by Harrisburg High School.

The Yankton Bucks and Gazelles will compete in one more cross-country event before the state meet next weekend.  Yankton will travel to Brookings today for a triangular against the Bobcats and Harrisburg.

The Region 3-B cross-country meet in Freeman was postponed yesterday, and will be held today starting at 1 p-m at the Valley View Golf Course.  The Region 2-B cross-country meet will be held today also at 1:00 at the Rodeo Grounds in Irene.

In the Nebraska high school volleyball poll this week, Hartington Cedar Catholic is second in the state in Class C-2 and Hartington-Newcastle has moved up to sixth in the Class D-1 ranking.  In the Nebraska high school football poll, unbeaten Creighton is first in Class D-1 and unbeaten Bloomfield is sixth in Class D-2.

Briar Cliff swept Mount Marty in G-PAC volleyball last night in Sioux City by scores of 25-20, 25-21 and 25-15.  Brooke Bennett had 8 kills and Alex Bargstadt had 23 assists for the Lancers, who are 3 and 16 overall with a home match coming up Friday night against Presentation.

Mount Marty earned their second draw of the G-PAC season in men’s soccer with a 1-1 tie at Dakota Wesleyan last night.  The Tigers beat the Lancers 3-0 in the women’s contest.  Mount Marty host Midland Saturday night at Crane-Youngworth in a homecoming soccer doubleheader.

There is an in-state Division One matchup in Women’s Soccer tonight.  The U-S-D Coyotes travel to Brookings for a 6:00 match against South Dakota State.