• The Yankton High School Basketball Season is nearing its regular season end.
    • The Gazelles (5-12) are preparing to play their final home game of the season at the Summit Activities Center tonight, hosting ESD foe (6-11) Brookings. Coach Trey Krier of the Gazelles says that the return of the teams lead scorer and Northwestern College commit Ellie Karolevitz is not out of the realm of possibility for the remaining three games of the season and through a hopeful playoff push. The Gazelles are currently seeded 13th in Class AA and would take on (15-3) Rapid City Stevens in the SoDak16 playoff, while Brookings is currently ranked one spot ahead in 12th and currently paired with Brandon Valley. You can catch live updates on the game with Bryce Ladwig during the Yankton Bucks broadcast tonight.
    • The Yankton Bucks (9-8) have more than likely already played their last home game, but have three remaining regular season games to make a push toward the eighth seed in order to host in the SoDak16. Catch the action at Brookings live on KYNT and KYNTV with Bryce Ladwig, pregame coverage begins at 630pm, tipoff at 7.
  • The South Dakota men’s golf team moved up one spot in the team standings after day two at the Loyola Intercollegiate tournament. The Coyotes shot 3-over par as a team today for a 291 overall score and head into the final day tied for 7th place. USD was led by Hunter Rebrovich who recorded his lowest round in a Coyote uniform Monday. Rebrovich carded eight birdies in his second round for a 3-under par 69. Of those eight birdies, he sank four straight birdies in his last five holes to wrap up his second day. The junior from Alexandria, Minnesota, has compiled a 4-under par score and heads into Tuesday tied for 7th place individually.

Basketball season has officially concluded at Mount Marty as the Lancer basketball teams finished their season over the last week. The Lancer men’s basketball team finished with a 7-22 overall record and the women’s team finished with a 2-27 overall record. Last night, Tehl Tanner spoke with the coaches and players of each team in a full recap of the season on the Lancer Locker. You can check out the full show on our YouTube channel: KYNTV.

The Mount Marty indoor track and field teams competed at the GPAC Conference meet over the weekend in a three-day event. The lancer women finished in 8th overall. Grace Rippen had the strongest performance of the day for MMU with a 4th place finish in the Pole Vault. The Lancer men finished in third place at the meet which is the highest finish ever for the program. The lancers had three first place finishes on the day. Seth Wiebelhaus won the Heptathlon, Marcus Jnofinn (Juh-no-fin) won the 60m dash, and the Lancers also won the 4×400 relay. Next up for the Lancers is the NAIA Championships in Brookings for the athletes that qualify. The meet will be on March 3rd, 4th, and 5th.  

The Mount Marty Baseball team is off to a hot start to their season. Over the weekend they defeated Presentation College in three matchups with a highlight 11-0 performance in the final matchup on Sunday. The Baseball team is currently 5-0 and will travel to Joplin Missouri this weekend to battle three teams in two days. On Saturday, the Lancers will face Park University at 3 p.m. and Clarke University at 5:30 p.m. On Sunday, it’s two back-to-back games with Graceland University beginning at 11.

The Lancer softball program began their season over the weekend, splitting four games. The Lancers started off with a 5-1 loss to Valley City State University on Friday, but then swept Dakota State University over the next two games, 14-3, 18-1. The Lancers finished the weekend with a 7-4 loss to Bellevue University. Next, the Lancers will compete at the St. Ambrose Dome Tournament this weekend.