Yankton Bucks football cruised to a Pioneer Days victory last Friday night, as they shutout the Brookings Bobcats, 48 to 0.

            The Yankton defense held the Bobcats to under 60 yards of total offense on top of their shutout, with their biggest play being an interception returned for a touchdown by Carson Ness in the 2nd quarter.

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            On offense, quarterback Lucas Kampshoff threw for 217 yards and a touchdown, while Evan Serck led the rushing attack with 115 yards and a score of his own.

            The Bucks will be at home again this week, as they host Sioux Falls Roosevelt on Friday night. It will be the last regular season home game for the Bucks.

            Mount Marty football fell to Dakota Wesleyan in a double overtime thriller on Saturday, as the Tigers escaped Yankton with a 51 to 45 win.

            Lancer quarterback Ken Gay II threw for 370 yards and 6 touchdowns in the loss, while Jonah Miyazawa led the Lancer receivers with 6 catches for 194 yards and 3 touchdowns.

            The Lancers will be on the road this week, as they face Jamestown on Saturday.

            Mount Marty Volleyball fell to #2 ranked Northwestern over the weekend in a 3-set match.

            Julia Weber led the Lancer attack, as she recorded 12 kills in the loss. Ally Whitmire set the table as she tallied 25 assists, as well as the lone service ace of the day for the Lancers.

            Mount Marty return to action this Friday night, as they host Morningside at Cimpl Arena.

            Yankton Bucks and Gazelles soccer open the 2023 Class AA state soccer tournament tomorrow afternoon, as the Gazelles will be on the road in round one, while the Bucks will play at home. The Gazelles enter the postseason as the #13 seed, and they take on #4 Aberdeen Central. The Bucks are the #5 seed in this year’s tournament, as they host #12 Brookings tomorrow night. Kickoff for the Bucks match is scheduled for 6:00 PM Tuesday night with pregame coverage on KYNT and KYNTV beginning at 5:30. Brayden Butler will be on the call.

            Yankton Bucks golf opens the 2023 state tournament today, as the competition will be held at the Brandon Golf Course in Brandon. Tee time for day one is scheduled for 9:00 AM.

            Yankton Gazelles volleyball are on the road this evening as they take on Sioux Falls Christian. First serve on the match is set for 7:00 PM.

            Yankton Bucks and Gazelles cross country will host a meet this afternoon at Fox Run Golf Course. Girls varsity will run at 5:05, with boys varsity scheduled to begin at 5:30.

            Mount Marty men’s and women’s tennis are on the road this afternoon as they take on Northwestern. First serve from Orange City is scheduled for 1:00 PM.

            Mount Marty women’s golf are scheduled to return to action tomorrow as they travel to Sioux City, Iowa for an invitational hosted by Briar Cliff.

            South Dakota Coyotes football pulled off an upset over the weekend, as they defeated #2 ranked North Dakota State in Fargo, 24 to 19.

            The win is the first for the Coyotes in Fargo since 2015, and marks only the 5th home loss for the Bison since the start of the 2016 season.

            USD return home this week, as they host their Dakota Days game against Murray State.

            The South Dakota State Jackrabbits football team remained undefeated on Saturday, as they picked up a 42 to 21 win over North Dakota.

            Isaiah Davis carried the load for the Jacks on the ground, as he totaled 132 yards rushing and 3 touchdowns in the win.

            SDSU will be on the road this week, as they take on Illinois State this Saturday night.

            The Nebraska Cornhusker football team fell to 2 and 3 over the weekend, as they were defeated by #2 ranked Michigan 45 to 7.

            The Huskers will be on the road for their next game, as they take on the Fighting Illini of Illinois next Saturday night.

In South Dakota:

Yankton Bucks:

  • Took a 48 to 0 Pioneer Days win over Brookings on Friday.
  • The Bucks host Sioux Falls Roosevelt this week for senior night.

Avon Pirates:

  • Avon were handed their second loss of the season on Friday, as they were defeated by Alcester-Hudson 48 to 26.
  • The Pirates, now 5 and 2 on the year, are on a bye this week, as they prepare for next week’s matchup against Wolsey-Wessington.

Bon Homme Cavaliers:

  • Bon Homme picked up their 2nd win of the year last week, taking a 34 to 22 win over Chester Area.
  • The Cavaliers have a tough test this week, as they host undefeated Parkston.

Gayville-Volin Raiders:

  • Gayville-Volin were defeated 50 to 6 on Friday by Freeman-Marion-Freeman Academy.
  • The Raiders, 1 and 5 on the year, will be on the road this week for their matchup against Arlington.

Irene-Wakonda Eagles:

  • Irene-Wakonda were handed a 77 to 22 loss to Burke last Friday.
  • The Eagles will be on the road this week, as they look for their first win of the season against Garretson,

Scotland/Menno Trappers:

  • Scotland/Menno are 1 and 6 on the year following their 26 to 0 loss to Flandreau last Friday.
  • The Trappers travel to Armour this week, as they take on Tripp-Delmont-Armour-AC-DC.

Vermillion Tanagers:

  • Vermillion fell to Chamberlain last week in what was a close 21 to 18 game.
  • The Tanagers will hit the road for their game this week, as they take on Canton.

In Nebraska:

Bloomfield Bees:

  • Bloomfield picked up their 4th straight win last week, as they defeated Creighton 58 to 14.
  • The Bees will be on the road on Friday for their meeting with Wausa.

Cedar Catholic Trojans:

  • Cedar Catholic got back into the win column last week with a 51 to 21 win over West Holt.
  • The Trojans will be at home this week, as they host Battle Creek on Friday.

Crofton Warriors:

  • Crofton added another victory to their undefeated season last week, as they defeated Homer 52 to 7.
  • The Warriors are back at home this week, as they host Tri County Northeast.

Hartington-Newcastle Wildcats:

  • Hartington-Newcastle moved to 2 and 4 last week, as they picked up their second straight win over Tri County Northeast, 48 to 8.
  • The Wildcats look to make it three straight wins this week, as they are on the road against Laurel-Concord-Coleridge.

Wynot Blue Devils:

  • Wynot remained perfect at 6 and 0 last week, defeating Wausa 52 to 6.
  • The Blue Devils will be on the road this week for their matchup with Osmond.