• Unfavorable weather forecasts continued to extend the amount of time between contests for the Yankton Bucks Baseball squad, as the originally scheduled double-header at Riverside Field yesterday vs the #1 team in the state, Sioux Falls Roosevelt was cancelled. A makeup date has not been determined. The Bucks are 9-3 on the season, and are 6th in the Class A South Dakota High School Baseball Standings. They last played on the 26th, and last played at home on the 22nd. The next scheduled broadcast is this Friday, as the Bucks host Brandon Valley in a varsity double-header at Riverside Field beginning at 5pm.
  • Yankton Bucks Tennis swept two ESD opponents yesterday afternoon in Mitchell, defeating the Kernels 5-4, and Pierre 7-2. In the Mitchell matchup, Gage Becker, Zac Briggs and Keaton List each won in singles play, while Becker and Briggs, and List and Ryan Schulte won in doubles play. In the Pierre matchup, Becker, Schulte, Briggs, List and Krajewski took singles victories, while the pairs of Becker and Briggs, and Krajewski and Ridgeway took doubles victories. Yankton is now 18-1 on the season and will host Sioux Falls Lincoln and Sioux Falls Christian this afternoon at 11am. This is the final home competition of the season for the Bucks.
  • An originally scheduled dual vs O’Gorman at home was changed earlier last week. Yankton Track and Field now travels to Mitchell today to participate in a triangular versus the host Kernels and Sioux Falls O’Gorman. Events begin at 4pm.
  • The annual Yankton High School Athletics Awards are being held at the Yankton High School Theatre Thursday beginning at 630pm. It is open to the public, and free of charge. The Fine Arts Awards Program will be held on May 12th, and the Academic Awards on May 16th.
  • South Dakota Men’s Golf moved up and down the leaderboard in Monday’s round but ended back in eighth place after day two at the Summit League Championships. The Coyotes shot a 302 as a team on Monday, and currently sit eight strokes behind the next two teams above them in the standings. USD has two players in the top 20 individually heading into the final day tomorrow in Max Schmidtke and Nick LaMotte. Schmidtke led the team again in round two by replicating his score from round one.  LaMotte tees off this morning at 920 am, and Schmidtke at 930 am. South Dakota will begin the third and final round on the back nine. 
  • South Dakota head men’s basketball coach Eric Peterson officially introduced Mihai Carcoana (MEE-hi CAR-cohn-uh) as the newest member of the Coyotes on Monday. Carcoana is a 6-11 center from Ludus, Romania, and is transferring to USD after spending his freshman season at the University of Toledo.  Carcoana will enter as a sophomore.