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KYNT Sports 11-20-14

Thursday, November 20, 2014

The South Dakota AA volleyball tournament begins today at the YHS/SAC.  The first game at noon matches top-seed SF O'Gorman against Pierre, followed by Huron taking on RC Stevens.  At 6 p-m, Watertown meets Harrisburg, then Aberdeen Central faces SF Roosevelt.  The Class A volleyball tournament is being held this week in Watertown, with the Class B teams in Aberdeen.

Mount Marty libero BreAnne Thege from Columbus, NE was named second-team All-Conference in volleyball by the GPAC.  Thege led the Lancers with 555 digs this season, helping Mount Marty to 12 victories.

USD crushed Portland State 86-57 last night in women's basketball as Margaret McCloud scored a career high 22 points.  The Coyotes are 2-1 with a contest at the University of Washington tonight.


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KYNT Sports 11-19-14

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

Mount Marty College basketball teams took the long trip west and both scored over 100 points in victories over much improved teams from Oglala Lakota College last night. The Lancer men defeated the Bravehearts 103-78 last night as senior Bud Smith led the way with 32 points. The Mount Marty women recorded a 106-59 victory as senior Cheyenne Lambley paced the Lancers with 15 points. Mount Marty returns to G-PAC action with a doubleheader Saturday at Midland.

Mount Marty College has signed Rapid City Central all-state outfielder Destiny Garza for their softball program. Garza batted .324 for the Cobblers with four home runs this fall, and she plans to major in Nursing at Mount Marty.

The U-S-D women’s basketball squad is in the Great Northwest for games the next two evenings. The Coyotes are 1-1 on the season with a game at Portland State this evening and at the University of Washington tomorrow night.

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KYNT Sports 11-18-14

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

The Mount Marty College basketball teams visit Oglala Lakota College for a doubleheader tonight in Kyle, SD.  The Lancer are women are 4-2 this season, while the MMC men are winless in six games.  Our broadcast begins at 5:35 p-m on AM 1450, KYNT.

Mount Marty had four soccer players receive honorable mention by the GPAC this fall.  Goalkeeper Courtney true and defender Alexandra Rojas were given GPAC honorable mention for women's soccer, while forward Adan Garcia-Marquez and midfielder James Elliott got the honor for men's soccer.

USD senior Raeshel Contreras was named a Summit League Women's Basketball Player of the Week after scoring 41 points in two games last week and shooting 53% from three-point range for the Coyotes.

The Hartington Cedar Catholic football team has a week to prepare for the Nebraska Class C-2 championship game, next Tuesday Nov. 25 at 10:15 a.m. in Memorial Stadium against David City Aquinas.  Cedar Catholic is 10-2 this season, while Aquinas is 11-1.  The teams met in the season opener, which Aquinas won by a 7-0 score in overtime.


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Bucks State Champs KYNT Sports 11-15-14

Saturday, November 15, 2014

The Yankton Bucks edged Brookings 34-33 in overtime Friday night to claim their seventh state football championship in the DakotaDome.  Ryan Sternhagen scored on a 10-yard run in OT, then after a Bobcats touchdown Yankton tipped away a two-point pass attempt for the victory to complete their unbeaten 11-0 season.  Mason Strahl was voted the Back of the Game and the Joe Robbie MVP after passing for 265 yards, while Nick LaFave was given the Lineman award. Sheldon Gant had 190 yards of offense, and Brady Hale added two field goals including the game-tying 45-yard kick late in the game and he ended up 39-39 PAT for the season.

The Mount Marty Lancer men's basketball team hosts Dakota State University today at the Cimpl Arena with the tipoff at 4 p-m, and our broadcast starts at 3:35 pm on 1450, KYNT. 

The USD women's basketball squad started their season with an 83-78 win at Drake, while the Coyote men's team opened up their year with a 60-52 loss at Utah Valley.

Crofton will go after a Class C-2 state volleyball championship today when they face Freeman in a battle of unbeatens.  In the semifinals, Crofton beat GACC 3-1 and the title match today will be played at 1:00 in the Devaney Sports Center.


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KYNT Sports 11-14-14

Friday, November 14, 2014

The Yankton Gazelles volleyball season ended last night with a 3-0 loss at Watertown in the region tourney.  The Gazelles ended up 9-14 on the season.

The Yankton Bucks football squad goes after its seventh state championship in the DakotaDome tonight as they face the Brookings Bobcats.  Our broadcast begins at 6:05 pm on AM 1450, KYNT with the kickoff at 7:30.  Wear your RED and cheer on the Bucks tonight in the Dome.


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KYNT Sports 11-13-14

Thursday, November 13, 2014

In GPAC basketball last night, Concordia held off Mount Marty 63-59 in the women's contest as Raquel Sutera paced the Lancers with 7 points and 15 rebounds.  The Bulldogs took the men's game 88-70 despite 30 points from Lancer senior guard Bud Smith.

The Yankton Gazelles volleyball squad plays at third-rated Watertown tonight in a region matchup, with the winner advancing to the state tournament next week in Yankton.  Our broadcast starts at 6:50 pm on 1450, KYNT.

There will be seven high school football championship games this week in the DakotaDome, and the action starts at 10:30 this morning with the Class 9-A battle of unbeatens between Howard and Wolsey-Wessington.  The Yankton Bucks meet Brookings Friday at 7:30 p-m in the Dome, and adult reserved seat tickets are still available in advance today at the Yankton School District Business office.


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KYNT Sports 11-12-14

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

USD rolled past South Dakota State in volleyball last night in Vermillion by scores of 25-12, 25-16 and 25-16.  The Coyotes are now 12-3 in the Summit League, one game behind IUPUI who they host Sunday at 1 p-m in the Den in the Dome.

The Yankton Gazelles visit third-ranked Watertown in a region volleyball contest Thursday night to decide who qualifies for the state AA tournament starting November 20 in Yankton.  Our broadcast begins at 6:50 p-m on AM 1450, KYNT.

Yankton fans are asked to get the RED out this Friday night at the DakotaDome.  Fans of the Bucks should wear RED to support their team, while Brookings fans will be wearing BLACK.  The kickoff is at 7:30 Friday in the Dome, and our extended broadcast starts at 6:05 p-m on AM 1450, KYNT.

The Creighton Bulldogs had six turnovers last night and lost to Elm Creek 30-8 in the Class D-1 quarterfinals, as the Creighton season ended with a 10-1 record.

The Mount Marty College basketball teams are back at the Cimpl Arena this evening, hosting Concordia University in a GPAC doubleheader starting at 6:00.  Our broadcast of Lancer basketball begins at 5:35 this evening on AM 1450, KYNT.


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KYNT Sports 11-10-14

Monday, November 10, 2014

Harrisburg defeated Yankton 3-1 Saturday night to win the District 2AA championship.  The Gazelles now have a 9-13 season record and will play at third-ranked Watertown Thursday night in Region One to decide who will advance to the AA state tournament beginning November 20 in Yankton.

The Yankton Bucks football team will face Brookings Friday night at 7:30 in the Class 11-AA title game, and reserved tickets are now on sale at the Yankton School District business office Monday, Tuesday and Thursday from 7:00 am to 4:30 pm.

Mount Marty competed in the GPAC cross-country meet Saturday in Mitchell, and the Lancers took seventh in the women's race and tenth in the men's meet.

Top-seed Northwestern defeated Mount Marty 3-0 Saturday night in the GPAC post-season tournament opening round.  The Lancers ended up their best season in many years with a 12-21 overall record, and 4-12 in the GPAC.

In women's basketball Saturday in Aberdeen, Mount Marty crushed Presentation College 91-64...then Presentation took the men's game 82-73 over the Lancers.  Mount Marty will host Concordia Wednesday night in a GPAC doubleheader starting at 6 pm at the Cimpl Arena.


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