KYNT Local Sports for 10-6-18

It was a record-setting night for the Yankton Bucks offense in a 77-42 win at Sturgis on Friday.  Along with most team points in a game, Caid Koletzky set a record with five touchdowns and he had 270 yards between rushing and receiving, while Cole Sawatzke set a record with 11 consecutive extra points in a game.  The Bucks are now 4 and 3 overall with a home game next Friday against Brandon Valley.

Sioux Falls O’Gorman has a slim lead entering the final day of the South Dakota Girls Tennis state tournament with 475 points, nine ahead of Rapid City Stevens, and the Yankton Gazelles are tenth with 196 points.  Yankton freshman Maggie Schaefer and junior Olivia Tennant will each go for a consolation title in singles today in the state meet at Rapid City.

Yankton suffered two losses at the state softball tournament Friday in Sioux Falls.  Mitchell defeated the Gazelles 10-1 and then O’Gorman eliminated Yankton 15-2 as the Gazelles ended the season with a 6-16 record.

Yankton will host the E-S-D Conference Cross-Country championship today, as the meet begins at 11:00 this morning at Fox Run Golf Course.

The Yankton Gazelles soccer squad will host Rapid city Central today in the Class Double-A quarterfinals, with the game starting at 5:00 at Crane-Youngworth Field.

In volleyball last night in Vermillion, Denver swept U-S-D by scores of 25-23, 25-19 and 25-23.  The Coyotes are 10-7 overall and 4-1 in the Summit League with a 2:00 match Sunday against South Dakota State in Brookings.

The U-S-D football squad has its Dakota Days homecoming contest at 2:00 this afternoon in the Dome against 24th-ranked Missouri State.  The fourth-ranked South Dakota State Jackrabbits face Indiana State tonight at 6:00 in Brookings.

The Mount Marty cross-country team will run in the Briar Cliff Invitational today in North Sioux City.