The Yankton Bucks football team will be on the road for the first time tomorrow night, as they travel to Watertown to take on the Arrows.

            Both teams enter the game 2 and 0 on the year, with Yankton ranked 3rd in the class 11-AA media polls, while Watertown is 4th.

            Kickoff is scheduled for 7:00 PM tomorrow night, with pregame at 6:00. Bryce Ladwig and Josh Boelter will be on the call.

The Mount Marty Lancers volleyball team opened conference play with a win, as they defeated Doane last night 3 to 2 in five sets.

            Julia Weber led the Lancer attack with 21 kills in the win. Ally Whitmire set the table throughout the night with 53 assists, while also recording the second most digs on the team at 18.

            The Lancers return to the court on Saturday, as they’ll be on the road against Hastings.

            Yankton Bucks and Gazelles soccer will take the field tonight, as they host Brookings in a double header at Crane-Youngworth Field.

            The Bucks will battle Brookings first at 4:00 PM, with the Gazelles kicking off at 6:00. Pregame coverage on KYNT and KYNTV begins at 3:30. Brayden Butler will be on the call.

            Mount Marty men’s and women’s soccer will play their first home matches of the season tomorrow night, as they host Bethany College at Crane-Youngworth Field in Yankton. First kick of game one is scheduled for 5:00 PM

            Yankton Gazelles libero Payton Moser announced yesterday that she would be continuing her volleyball and academic career at Dakota Wesleyan University.

Moser has been the Gazelles libero in recent years, serving as the main defensive specialist for Yankton.

Moser will continue her senior season with the Gazelles tomorrow night.

            Yankton Gazelles volleyball will play their third straight home match tomorrow night, as they host Sioux Falls Washington at the Summit Activities Center. First serve is scheduled for 7:00 PM Friday evening.

            Mount Marty women’s golf sits 4th following the opening day of the Siouxland Invite, with Lancer Kelsey Heath atop the individual leaderboard.

            The Lancers shot 335 as a team, led by Heath who shot 75 in the opening round. Also for the Lancers, Tanna Lefeldt shot an 83, Tatum Jensen shot an 88, Caitlyn Stimpson totaled 89 and Abby Greenhoff tallied a 93. The Siouxland Invite will conclude today.

            Mount Marty men’s golf wrapped up the Blue River Classic yesterday, finishing tied for 11th in the event.

            The Lancers finished at 944 over the three-round competition, with Bennett Cassens being the top finisher for MMU, tying for 33rd at 233. Also finishing in the top-50 for the Lancers was Ted Bengston, who tied for 40th at 235.

            The Lancers will next compete in the Jimmie Invitational on September 11th and 12th in Jamestown, North Dakota.

            Yankton Bucks golf return to competition tomorrow, as they host a home meet at Fox Run Golf Course. Sixteen teams, including the Bucks, will compete in the event. Tee time is set for 10:00 AM Friday morning.

            Yankton competitive cheer and dance will host a home event tonight at the Summit Activities Center. Yankton will welcome ten other schools for the competition, with events scheduled to begin at 5:00 PM.