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KYNT Sports 12-8-14

Monday, December 8, 2014

Doane College rallied to defeat Mount Marty 79-73 in women's basketball Saturday at the Cimpl Arena.  In the men's game, Doane rolled past the Lancers 81-54.

USD easily won their women's basketball game Saturday, 86-50 over Cal State Fullerton in the Dome.

North Dakota State scored in the final minute to edge South Dakota State 27-24 in the second round of the FCS playoffs in Fargo.

Yankton placed eighth to open the wrestling season at the Watertown Invitational on Saturday.  Harrisburg defeated the Bucks 45-27 in the seventh place match, while Aberdeen Central was the team champion.

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KYNT Sports 12-6-14

Saturday, December 6, 2014

The Yankton Gazelles gymnastics squad placed ninth out of ten teams in the Sioux Falls Invitational on Friday.  The Gazelles scored a total of 127 points, and Mitchell easily won the meet at 146 points.  Yankton will host the Kernels and Lincoln in a triangular Tuesday at 5:30.

The Yankton Bucks wrestling team opens their season today at the eight-team Watertown Invitational starting at 10 a-m.

 Youngstown State held off U-S-D 87-79 in men’s basketball at the DakotaDome last night.  Casey Kasperbauer led the Coyotes with 18 points as their record fell to 3 and 6 with a game Tuesday night against Creighton in Omaha. The U-S-D women’s basketball team has a 5 and 2 season record and will play in the Dome today at 2 p-m against Cal State- Fullerton.

 The Mount Marty College basketball teams host Doane College in a doubleheader today starting at 2:00 at the Cimpl Arena.  Our broadcast of Lancer basketball begins at 1:35 p-m on AM 1450, KYNT…and on-line at kynt1450-dot-com.

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KYNT Sports 12-4-14

Thursday, December 4, 2014

Mount Marty College will be adding men’s tennis as a new sport for student-athletes, with the plan of full competition by the fall of 2015.  Mount Marty Athletic Director Chuck Iverson says they have just started advertising for a head coaching position for men’s tennis, and there are currently six schools in the GPAC that offer men’s tennis.  The Lancers added women’s tennis to their athletic program three years ago.

The Mount Marty College basketball teams lost a home doubleheader against Northwestern last night.  The Raiders pulled away late to take the women’s game 69-61 as the Lancers were led by 18 points from Alex Kneeland.  Northwestern took the men’s contest 92-71, as Bud Smith paced Mount Marty with 14 points.  The Lancers have a GPAC doubleheader Saturday afternoon at home against Doane College.

 The U-S-D women’s basketball team is 4 and 2 on the season with a home game tonight against 1 and 4 Northern Iowa.  The Coyote men’s team returns to the Dome tomorrow night against Youngstown State.

 The Yankton High School Winter Sports Kickoff will be held tonight starting at 6:00 in the Y-H-S Commons, coordinated by the Yankton Adult Booster Club with the Army National Guard sponsoring the pizza and pop.  YHS winter sports head coaches will preview their teams and the public is invited to attend.

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KYNT Sports 12-3-14

Wednesday, December 3, 2014

State champion Yankton had six seniors on this year's Class 11-AA all-state football team selected by the SD Football Coaches Assn.  Quarterback Mason Strahl, wide receiver Brady Hale, tight end Evan Greenaway, defensive lineman Tim Cross, linebacker Matt Fitzgerald and defensive back Ryan Sternhagen were named all-state after leading the Bucks to an unbeaten season.

The Yankton High School Winter Sports Kickoff will be Thursday night starting at 6 p-m in the YHS Commons, coordinated by the Yankton Adult Booster Club with the Army National Guard sponsoring the pizza and pop.  YHS winter sports head coaches will preview their teams and the public is invited to attend.

The USD men's basketball team won their third consecutive game with a 68-65 victory at Cal State Northridge last night.  Junior guard Casey Kasperbauer had seven 3-point baskets and led the Coyotes with 25 points.  USD will face Youngstown State Friday at 7 p-m in the DakotaDome.

The Mount Marty College basketball teams return to the home court for a GPAC doubleheader tonight against Northwestern College.  The Lancer women are 7-2 overall and tied for fifth in the conference, while both Northwestern teams are winless in the GPAC this fall.  Our broadcast starts at 5:35 pm on AM 1450, KYNT.

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KYNT Sports 12-1-14

Monday, December 1, 2014

The Yankton Gazelles gymnastics team is very young this year, and will open their season with a meet at defending state champion Mitchell this evening at 5:30.  The Gazelles placed sixth at the AA state meet last winter.

The USD women's basketball team won at Marquette 69-65 on Sunday as Raeshel Contreras scored 27 points for the 4-2 Coyotes.

The USD men's basketball squad edged Bakersfield College 68-66 Sunday as senior Brandon Bos scored 16 of his game-high 21 points in the second half.  The Coyotes are 2-5 and will play at Cal State Northridge on Tuesday.

Zach Zenner accounted for 324 all-purpose yards and scored five touchdowns as 13th-ranked SDSU won at Montana State 47-40 Saturday in the opening round of the FCS playoffs.  The Jacks will now play at second-seed North Dakota State Saturday in Fargo in the second round.


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KYNT Sports 11-26-14

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

The Mount Marty women's basketball team used a Raquel Sutera free throw with four seconds left to win at Dordt College 65-64 last night.  Alex Kneeland led the Lancers with 19 points and April Winne chipped in 15.

Dordt built a 32-point halftime lead and coasted past Mount Marty 102-63 in the men's game.  Yankton grad Jackson Seitzinger paced the Lancers with 19 points.

David City Aquinas took advantage of eight Hartington Cedar Catholic turnovers and rolled past the Trojans 40-6 in the Class C-2 football championship at Memorial Stadium in Lincoln.  Senior Ryan Becker led Cedar Catholic with 94 yards rushing as they ended with a 10-3 record and the school's third runnerup finish in the state playoffs.


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KYNT Sports 11-24-14

Monday, November 24, 2014

SF O'Gorman completed another Class AA volleyball championship with a 3-0 sweep over SF Roosevelt Saturday night in Yankton.  Huron edged Watertown 3-2 in the third place match.  SF Christian won the Class A title, and Warner took the Class B championship with Parker placing third at state.

IUPUI swept the USD Coyotes 3-0 in the Summit League volleyball tournament on Saturday, as the Coyotes ended up with a 19-12 season record and third place overall.

USD will have its women's basketball season opener tonight at 7 pm against UC-Irvine in the DakotaDome.  The Coyotes men's basketball squad lost three close games in the Coaches Vs. Cancer tournament over the weekend in Connecticut.

Mount Marty won a key women's basketball contest Saturday, outscoring Midland 86-81 in Fremont, NE.  The Lancers shot 57% from three-point range as Alex Kneeland and April Winne each scored 22 points.  Midland is rated second in the nation in men's basketball and easily defeated the Lancers 88-48 on Saturday.  The Mount Marty College teams have a doubleheader at Dordt College on Tuesday with the broadcast on AM 1450, KYNT.

South Dakota State will now prepare to play at Montana State Saturday in the FCS national playoffs, after the Jacks scored on their first five possessions and routed USD 37-14 Saturday in Brookings.  The Coyotes ended up with a 2-10 season record and lost all eight games in the conference.


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KYNT Sports 11-21-14

Friday, November 21, 2014

On the first day of the Class AA volleyball state tournament hosted by Yankton HS, SF O'Gorman crushed Pierre 3-0...Huron downed RC Stevens 3-0...Watertown swept Harrisburg 3-0...and SF Roosevelt rallied to defeat Aberdeen Central 3-1.  The semifinals will be played this evening, with consolation bracket games during the daytime.

The Mount Marty College basketball teams return to GPAC play tomorrow with a doubleheader at Midland University in Fremont, NE.  We'll have the broadcast of Lancer basketball starting at 11:35 a-m Saturday on AM 1450, KYNT.

In women's basketball Thursday night, the University of Washington outscored USD 96-82 as the Coyotes record is now 2-2 on the season.


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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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