Local Sports 4-24-24

Yankton Bucks Baseball was swept by Sioux Falls Lincoln in their doubleheader last night, 15 to 4 in game one and 11 to 1 in game two.

Lucas Kampshoff had a pair of RBIs in game one, with Austin Gobel scoring the Bucks’ lone run in game two.

Yankton returns home on Saturday for their doubleheader against Madison at Riverside Field.

Yankton Gazelles Softball got back into the win column last night, defeating the Watertown Arrows 6 to 2.

Emma Herboldt tallied 2 RBIs in the win, with Madison Girard going 2 for 3 with an RBI as well. Tori Hansen got the win on the mound.

Yankton is back on the road tomorrow morning for a game against Sioux Falls Washington. First pitch is scheduled for 10:00 AM.

Mount Marty Baseball will host their final home games of the regular season tomorrow, as they take on Dakota Wesleyan for a doubleheader at Riverside Field.

First pitch of game one is scheduled for 1:00 PM with game two to follow. Pregame coverage on KYNT and KYNTV begins at 12:30. Tehl Tanner will be on the call.

Due to forecasted weather conditions in the area, the start time of tomorrow’s Mount Marty softball doubleheader against Dordt has been moved up to 2:00 PM. Games will be held at Sertoma Park in Yankton.

Mount Marty Women’s Golf finished 5th as a team at the GPAC Championships, led by a 7th place individual finish from Kelsey Heath.

Heath earned All-Conference Honors with her performance. Teammate Tanna Lehfeldt finished close behind, tied for 11th. 

This tournament was the last for Head Women’s Golf Coach Todd Schlimgen, who will be leaving the University at the end of the school year.

Yankton Gazelles Golf finished 7th as a team in yesterday’s Pierre Invitational, shooting 395 as a team.

Ellia Homstad led the Gazelles with an 89, tying for 19th in the event. Elsewhere for Yankton, Bailey Anderson shot 100, Sabrina Krajewski shot 101, and Madison Ryken shot 105.

Next up for the Gazelles is a quadrangular on Friday in Brandon against Brandon Valley, Harrisburg, and O’Gorman.

Yankton Bucks Tennis added another pair of victories to their record yesterday, sweeping Vermillion 9 to 0 and defeating Lennox 8 to 1.

Zachary Briggs, Harrison Krajewski, Miles Krajewski, and Luke Moeller all earned 10-0 victories in singles play against Vermillion, with Briggs and Harrison Krajewski also winning their doubles match against the Tanagers 10-0.

The Bucks host Watertown and Brooking for a triangular tomorrow at the YHS Tennis Courts. Matches are scheduled to begin at 11:00 AM.

Mount Marty Men’s Tennis has earned the #2 seed and a first-round bye in this year’s GPAC Tournament, which begins Friday in Sioux City.

The Lancers finished the year with an 11 and 5 record, 4 and 2 in GPAC play, setting a program record for wins in the process.

MMU will face either Midland or Northwestern in round two. The Lancers hold wins over both programs already this year.

Mount Marty Women’s Tennis will open the GPAC Conference Tournament tomorrow, entering as the #4 seed, the highest ranking in program history.

MMU finished the regular season with a 6 and 6 record, 3 and 4 in GPAC play, setting new program records in both categories for total wins in a season.

The Lancers will square off with Doane tomorrow at 9:00 AM in South Sioux City, Nebraska. The winner advances to play top-seeded Morningside at 1:00 PM the same day.

Yankton Track and Field is scheduled to host the First Dakota Relays tomorrow at Williams Field in Yankton. Fifteen schools are slated to compete in tomorrow’s invite, with events set to begin at noon.