Mount Marty Lancers baseball earned a 2-game sweep of Dordt yesterday afternoon to improve to 32 and 13 on the year, 15 and 9 in GPAC play.

            Mount Marty edged out Dordt 5 to 4 in both games, with the opening matchup being decided in the 10th inning. Caid Koletsky’s 10th inning 2-run home run put the Lancers over the top in game one, while Bodi Wallar went 2 for 4 with a homer in the 2nd game to lead the Lancer bats.

            Mount Marty opens a 4-game weekend series against Hastings on Friday, in what will be the last four regular season games for the team.

            The Mount Marty men’s golf team currently sits 11th in the GPAC championships after day one of the event.

            The Lancers shot a 651 as a team over two rounds, with Ted Bengston currently leading the Lancers in 33rd place, shooting a total of 153 on day one. Also for the Lancers, Bennett Cassens shot 165, Jackson Faber and Reid Hansen each shot 167 and Hunter Bailey shot 175.

            The final day of the GPAC championships is today at the Bluffs in Vermillion.

            The Mount Marty Lancer softball team will travel to Orange City, Iowa this afternoon for a double header against Northwestern College. First pitch between the Lancers and the Red Raiders is set for 5:00 PM.

            Mount Marty men’s and women’s tennis have their final meet of the season this afternoon, as they travel to Sioux City for duels with Morningside. First serve is at 3:00 PM.

            The Mount Marty Lancers track and field team will host the Mount Marty Twilight meet tomorrow morning at Williams Field in Yankton. Events are scheduled to begin at 11:00 AM.

            Yankton Gazelles softball is now 3 and 3 on the year, as they were defeated by O’Gorman  last night, 14 to 3.

            Five different Gazelles recorded a hit in the game, with Elle Feser, Grace Behrns, and Emma Eichacker each recording an RBI.

            The Gazelles are back in action this evening, as they are on the road against the Watertown Arrows.

            Yankton Bucks baseball returns to Riverside Field this evening as they host Sioux Falls Roosevelt in a double header beginning at 5:00 PM. Pregame coverage on KYNT and KYNTV begins at 4:30, Bryce Ladwig and Brayden Butler will be on the call.

            The Yankton Gazelles golf team are in Pierre this morning for an invitational at Pierre Hillsview Golf Course. Tee time is currently set for 11:00 AM.

The Yankton Bucks tennis team hosts a triangular this morning as they duel Lennox and Vermillion in the event. First serve of the meet is at 11:00 AM at the Yankton High School Tennis Courts.

            South Dakota Coyote runner Erin Kinney broke a 29-year old school record in the 100 meter dash yesterday afternoon.

            Kinney, a former Harrisburg Tiger, posted a time of 11.28 seconds in the event, breaking the previous record held by Michelle Christie. Kinney’s time also set a new facility record at the Lillibridge track and field complex, is the fastest time in the Summit League this season, and ties her for 31st fastest in the NCAA this spring.

            Kinney, alongside Jacy Pulse, Sammy Neil, and Anna Robinson, also set a new facility record in the 4 by 100 meter relay with a time of 44.90 seconds, only one-hundredth of a second slower than the school record that the foursome set earlier this year at a relay in California.