The Yankton Bucks baseball team have had their season opener pushed back again as tomorrow’s matchup with Brookings has been canceled due to forecasted weather. The Bucks will now open their season on Sunday with a double header against Huron. First pitch from Riverside Park in Yankton is set for 2:00 PM.

            The Yankton Bucks tennis squad defeated the Mitchell Kernels 7-2 in a home duel yesterday afternoon to improve to (6-2) on the season.

            Zachary Briggs, Harrison Krajewski (Kra-ski), Miles Krajewski, Christopher Rockne, and Jack Pederson all picked up singles wins for the Bucks, while the duos of Briggs/Harrison Krajewski, and Miles Krajewski/Ethan Marsh secured doubles wins as well.

            Next up for the Bucks is a home triangular on Tuesday April, 4th, against Brandon Valley and Sioux Falls Roosevelt. First serve is set for 11:00 AM.

            Yankton high school track and field are scheduled to be in action tomorrow as they travel to Brookings for the ESD meet held on the South Dakota State University Campus. Events are set to begin 1:00 PM

            The Mount Marty Lancers track and field team are in Wichita, Kansas today for day two of the Friends University Open, and several Lancers are near the top of their events after day one of competition.

            MMU’s Mason Schleis currently leads the men’s pentathlon with 3,563 points, Lancer teammate Seth Wiebelhaus is third with 3,411 points. For the Lancer women, Ashinee George is currently second in the women’s heptathlon with 2,528 points, with teammate Andrea Sucha in third with 2,160 points.

            Day two of the events will begin at 10:00 AM this morning.

            The (24-5) Mount Marty Lancers sit atop the GPAC baseball standings despite their first conference loss last weekend, and they look to maintain their position after this weekend’s four game road series against the Morningside Mustangs.

First pitch of tomorrow’s double header is set for 1:00 PM in Sioux City, with Sunday’s games set to begin at the same time.

Mount Marty Softball are scheduled to play their 18th and 19th games of the season against Dakota Wesleyan on Sunday, but it will be their first games in front of their home fans, as weather has delayed the Lancers home opener on multiple occasions.

First pitch of game one is set for 12:00 PM on Sunday at Sertoma Field in Yankton.

Mount Marty men’s and women’s tennis will compete in Fremont, Nebraska this afternoon, as the Lancers will battle the Midland Warriors. First serve is set for 3:00 PM.

The South Dakota Basketball Coaches Association will host its annual All-Star boys’ and girls’ basketball games on Friday, April 7, at the Sanford Pentagon, and Yankton Bucks senior guard Rugby Ryken was one of those selected to participate in the game.

Ryken helped lead the Bucks to a state title this past season, while also setting the single game and single season assist records at YHS. Ryken will team with fellow Class-AA standouts Kaden Year of Sioux Falls Jefferson and Ethan Determan of Harrisburg as part of the Boys White Team. They will take on the Boys Blue Team, led by SD Gatorade Player of the Year and USD commit Isaac Bruns of Dakota Valley.

The girls game will be at 6:30 PM, with the boys game tipping off at 8:00. There is a cost for admission to the games, and tickets are available at the Sanford Pentagon box office.