KYNT Local Sports for 4-9-19

Sioux Falls Lincoln won a pitchers battle Monday night in high school baseball by a 2-1 score over Yankton at Riverside Field.  Ethan Wishon gave up only three hits in six innings in taking the loss for Yankton, and Caid Koletzky led the offense with two hits.  The Bucks are 3 and 4 overall with games planned in Rapid City coming up this weekend.

The Yankton High School track and field athletes will compete in Mitchell starting at 4:00 today, as the Bucks and Gazelles take on the Kernels and Brandon Valley in a triangular meet.

The Mount Marty J-V baseball squad split a doubleheader at Morningside College on Monday.  The Lancers dropped a 7-1 game in the opener and came back for a 4-2 victory in the nightcap to run their J-V season record to 11 wins and 9 losses.

Mount Marty College has signed Daniel Carlton for their archery program.  Carlton will graduate from home school this spring and he was last year’s winner of the NFAA 3-Star amateur division along with being the champion of the Iowa and Illinois Pro-Am events in the professional male compound division.

The South Dakota State women’s basketball team ended up 22nd in the final USA Today national poll.  The Jacks were the Summit League champions, reached the Sweet Sixteen of the NCAA Tournament for the first time, and finished up with a 28 and 7 overall record.

U-S-D junior Scott Fudenberg has a two-round total of four-under-par 140 and stands in 18th place out of 78 golfers at the Missouri tiger Invitational.  Coyote senior Tommy Vining is at two-under-par and is tied for 29th place.  U-S-D is in 11th place as a team heading into today’s final round.