KYNT Local Sports for 5-13-20

Yankton Bucks senior Cooper Cornemann has been awarded the “Spirit of Su Award” for Class Double-A Boys Basketball.  The honor is given out each season to a boys and girls senior in each class based on character, community involvement, and on the court achievements.  Cornemann averaged 15 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists and 2 steals per game for the top-seeded Bucks this season.  He will attend school and play basketball at South Dakota State University this fall.  Cooper is the only male student from Yankton High School to win the “Spirit of Su Award”, and he joins older sister Ketty Cornemann and Heather Nelson as Yankton recipients of this honor.


Mount Marty College continues to fill out their football coaching staff.  New head coach Mike Woodley says Grant Rohach will begin his duties on July 1st and become the Lancer Offensive Coordinator.  Rohach played quarterback at Iowa State University, coached with Woodley for one year at GrandView in Des Moines, and last year served as a graduate assistant offensive coach for Kansas State University.   Mount Marty begins G-PAC football competition in September of 2021 with their first game September 4th at home against Dakota Wesleyan.