The South Dakota Amateur Baseball Association plans to begin their league seasons statewide on Sunday, May 31st. The South Central League will have ten teams this year, including the Yankton Lakers as a new team in Class A. Teams may play non-league games before May 31st. There are many new restrictions for the baseball games this season to follow social distancing guidelines on the diamond. The state amateur baseball tournament is set for August in Mitchell.
Tonight in non-league baseball games, the Yankton Tappers visit Scotland, the Yankton Lakers play at Lesterville, Freeman will host Menno and Mount Vernon plays at Tabor.
Morningside dominated honors in the G-PAC Men’s and Women’s All-Conference golf teams announced yesterday. The Mustangs won the conference titles in both divisions, took the Golfer of the Year awards, and Todd Sapp was honored as the Golf Coach of the Year. Mount Marty finished seventh in the G-PAC women’s golf standings from the fall tournament and 11th among the men’s teams.
Hartington-Newcastle senior Matt Meisenheimer has committed to attend school and compete for the Wayne State College men’s track program. Meisenheimer won the Lewis & Clark Conference title in the discus last spring and qualified for the state meet in the shot put.