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   Sports Scoreboard Thursday, December 11, 2008


High School Girl's Basketball

St. Thomas More- 52 Lead/Deadwood- 32 (Heard On KDSJ)
St. Thomas More- 58 Lead/Deadwood- 15 (JV)
St. Thomas More- 50 Lead/Deadwood- 25 (Freshman)
Bennett County- 72 St. Francis- 23
Douglas- 43 Custer- 31
Jones County- 42 Kimball- 32
Little Wound- 46 Red Cloud- 37
Wall- 54 Philip- 48
White River- 71 Kadoka- 55

High School Wrestling

Belle Fourche- 51 Custer- 18
Hill City- 33 St. Thomas More- 30
Rapid City Central- 49 Hot Springs- 30
Rapid City Central- 38 Huron- 36
Spearfish- 42 Douglas/New Underwood- 29
Sturgis- 51 Huron- 18
Sturgis- 43 Hot Springs- 27



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Posted by A-Cody
on Friday, December 12, 2008 (21:33:34)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Tuesday, December 9, 2008


Women's College Basketball

Chadron State- 69 #9 Black Hills State- 61 (Exhibition)
Valley City State- 84 Presentation- 58

Men's College Basketball

Martin Luther, MN- 80 Mayville State- 68

High School Girl's Basketball

Beach, ND- 67 #9 Harding County- 56
Brandon Valley- 48 Yankton-
Brookings- 55 Huron- 53
Dickinson Trinity JV, ND- 56 Bison- 13
Hot Springs- 51 Hill City- 34
Lemmon- 53 Mandan Soph., ND- 50
Newell- 87 Douglas- 49
#1 S.F. Washington- 69 Sioux City East, IA- 32
St. Thomas More- 72 Belle Fourche- 36
Wall- 56 Kadoka- 43



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Posted by A-Cody
on Thursday, December 11, 2008 (07:01:50)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Saturday, December 6, 2008


Women's College Basketball

#13 Black Hills State- 88 Dakota State- 61 (Heard On KDSJ)
S.D. Tech- 74 Mayville State- 35
Dickinson State- 70 #9 Minot State- 63
Northern State- 64 Augustana- 53
SDSU- 76 Oral Roberts- 52
Mount Marty- 83 #2 Hastings, NE- 62
Sioux Falls- 97 York- 45
#14 Doane- 79 Dakota Wesleyan- 73
Dordt- 69 Dana College- 66
#1 Morningside- 88 #10 Concordia- 59

Men's College Basketball

#11 Black Hills State- 96 Dakota State- 85 (Heard On KDSJ)
Dickinson State- 68 #25 Minot State- 60
S.D. Tech- 79 Mayville State- 64
Augustana- 79 Northern State- 71 (OT)
Oral Roberts- 85 SDSU- 76
USD- 93 Chadron State- 61
Sioux Falls- 89 York- 59
#13 Dakota Wesleyan- 83 Doane- 67
Dordt- 78 Dana College- 72
Concordia- 61 #10 Morningside- 56

NAIA College Football Championship Semi-Finals

#1 Carroll College- 38 #7 Lindenwood, MO- 37
#2 Sioux Falls- 24 #3 St. Francis, IN- 6



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Posted by A-Cody
on Tuesday, December 09, 2008 (04:48:26)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Broncs Put Seven On All-BHC Squad


The Black Hills Conference announced its 2008 all-conference football selections with seven members of the champion Belle Fourche Broncs chosen and six St. Thomas More Cavaliers being selected.

Belle Fourche ended the Cavalier reign atop the BHC the last few years by going undefeated in conference play.

However, the Cavaliers saved the best for last as they knocked the Broncs out of the playoffs with a second-round win.

The Broncs (5-0 BHC) were led by seniors Alex Kling, Kyle Blake, Jake Dschaak and Cade Kling. Junior nominees included Francois Barnaud, Jordan Boston and Brady Bisgaard.

The Cavaliers’ (4-1) Mike Dobesh was the lone St. Thomas More senior, while juniors Parker Sullivan, Jared Jacobson, Jeremiah Brewster, Kevin Robb and Conor Casey made the first team.

Douglas (3-2) was represented by seniors Wade Steier, Chandlor Mikkonen and Stetsen Murphy along with junior Bryan Devine.

Hot Springs (2-3) had seniors Dustin Fischer and Luke Pucket and junior Matt Harkless named to the first team.

Custer (1-4) had two players chosen in seniors Darrin Smith and Shea Koch.

Lead-Deadwood (0-5) was represented by seniors Jared Mack and Josh Thompson.

BHC honorable mention: Belle Fourche — Jake Walker, jr; James Orwick, sr.; St. Thomas More — Nolan Johnson, jr., Zach Cimburek, sr.; Douglas — Tarron Teeslink, sr., DaSean Higgins, jr.; Hot Springs — Dan Friendshuh, sr., Stephan Engebretson, sr.; Custer — Jordan Konkal, jr.; Douglas — Andrew Utech, jr.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Monday, December 08, 2008 (08:00:00)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Yellow Jacket Run At National Tourney Ends


By Mike Besso
Rapid City Journal

SIOUX CITY, Iowa — Point Loma Nazarene rallied from a two games to one deficit to defeat Black Hills State on the third and final day of pool play at the NAIA National Volleyball Tournament at the Tyson Events Center/Gateway Arena on Thursday.

The Sea Lions from San Diego, Calf., won the first game 25-23, but BHSU took the next two games 25-20, 25-23. The Golden State Athletic Conference team won the fourth game 25-18, forcing a fifth and deciding game. PLNU then won the match, claiming a 15-13 triumph in the final game.

“It stings because we came so close,” said BHSU coach Jhett Albers. “We got behind in the first, fourth and fifth games. When somebody gets up on you, it’s hard to battle back.”

BHSU faced a 3-0 disadvantage in the first game. A kill spike by Maggie O’Neill presented the Lady Jackets with a 15-14 lead. Owning a 17-14 edge, BHSU watched the Sea Lions rattle off seven of the next 10 points. A kill by Kristin Engle knotted the score at 21-all. Point Loma then claimed the lead for good.

BHSU evened the match at one game apiece, taking a 25-20 win in the second game.

In the third game, the Lady Jackets fought back from a 17-15 deficit. A block by Kayla Haines gave BHSU a 21-20 lead. After being tied at 21 and 22, a kill by Engle presented the Green and Gold with the permanent lead.

PLNU enjoyed a 12-4 lead, en route to a 25-18 win in the fourth game.

The Lady Jackets fell behind 4-0 in the final game. A kill by Engle shaved the deficit to 10-8. However, the Sea Lions responded, taking a 14-10 edge. BHSU battled back to within 14-13, but the California team salted the game away with match point.

“Point Loma packed their defense in on Engle,” said Albers. “They didn’t stop her, but they contained her. They made us adjust some things.”

O’Neill led BHSU with 20 kills, followed by Engle with 13 and Haines with 10. Mandy Brumfield chipped in 46 set assists. Carina Sweet and Annie Grim tallied 23 and 21 digs, respectively.

Grim is the lone senior on this year’s Lady Jackets’ roster.

“Annie is a class act, both on and off the court,” said Albers. “She is a true team player.”

The Lady Yellow Jackets were honored to have four players selected as NAIA Scholar Athletes this week. Mandy Brumfield, Kristen Engle, Kayla Haines and Annie Grim all maintained a minimum grade point average of 3.5.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, December 06, 2008 (03:38:36)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Friday, December 5, 2008


Women's College Basketball

#13 Black Hills State- 73 Mayville State- 46 (Heard On KDSJ)
S.D. Tech- 74 Dakota State- 71
University of Mary- 62 Augustana- 58
Wayne State- 76 Northern State- 55

Men's College Basketball

#11 Black Hills State- 90 Mayville State- 62 (Heard On KDSJ)
Northern State- 65 Wayne State- 63
S.D. Tech- 78 Dakota State- 51
University of Mary- 68 Augustana- 56



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, December 06, 2008 (03:20:31)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Thursday, December 4, 2008


NAIA College Volleyball Championships

Pool A

#13 Point Loma Nazarene- 3 #24 Black Hills State- 2 (25-23, 20-25, 23-25, 25-18, 15-13) Heard On KDSJ
#12 Morningside- 3 #1 Fresno Pacific- 2 (25-20, 16-25, 12-25, 25-18, 15-10)

Pool B

Lubbock Christian- 3 Lewis-Clark State- 1
#2 Biola- 3 #11 Madonna- 1

Pool C

#3 Concordia- 3 #10 Northwestern- 0
Olivet Nazarene- 3 Walsh- 1

Pool D

#4 Bellevue- 3 #9 Lindenwood- 1
Vanguard- 3 Doane- 0

Pool E

#8 Azusa Pacific- 3 #5 Columbia- 0
Mobile- 3 Dordt- 2

Pool F

Indiana Tech- 3 College of Idaho- 2
#7 California Baptist- 3 #6 Georgetown- 1



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Posted by A-Cody
on Thursday, December 04, 2008 (22:21:22)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Yellow Jackets Spring Upset On Morningside


By Mike Besso
Rapid City Journal

Sioux City, Iowa — In a matchup of conference tournament championship teams, 24th seeded Black Hills State stunned 12th seed Morningside (Iowa) College, sweeping three games, 25-22, 25-19, 25-21 in the second day of pool play at the NAIA National Volleyball Tournament at Tyson Events Center/Gateway Arena on Wednesday.

“This was probably our best match of the season,” said BHSU coach Jhett Albers. “Morningside is at the top of the Great Plains Athletic Conference. If you can compete with them, you can compete with any team in the nation.”

The first game was tied four times in the early stages, before the Lady Yellow Jackets, the Dakota Athletic Conference regular season and tournament champion, took the permanent lead on a kill spike by Kayla Haines.

The host Mustangs crept within a single digit at 22-21. However, back-to-back kills by Kristin Engle and Maggie O’Neill gave BHSU the first game triumph.

BHSU vaulted to a 12-5 lead in the second game, en route to a 25-19 win.

The Lady Jackets erased an 11-8 deficit, rallying for a 25-21 victory in the third and final game. A kill by Engle sealed the match point for the Green and Gold.

Albers said passing was a key factor in the Lady Jackets’ success. “We entered the ball so Mandy Brumfield could make good decisions. Brumfield, a junior from Dickinson, N.D., dished out 36 set assists. Engle and O’Neill downed 18 and 11 kills, respectively.

Annie Grim collected 19 digs, followed by O’Neill with 16 and Carina Sweet with 13.

“Our goal was to win two matches out of three in pool play,” said Albers. This win gives us an opportunity to accomplish that.”

Fresno Pacific, the defending national champion, defeated Golden State Athletic Conference foe Point Loma Nazarene in four games in the other Pool A match on Wednesday. The top two teams in each of six pools qualify for the single elimination tournament.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Thursday, December 04, 2008 (22:01:48)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Wednesday, December 3, 2008


NAIA College Volleyball Championships

Pool A

#24 Black Hill State- 3 #12 Morningside- 0 (25-22, 25-19, 25-21) Heard On KDSJ
#1 Fresno Pacific- 3 #13 Point Loma Nazarene- 1 (25-18, 23-25, 25-16, 25-18)

Pool B

#2 Biola- 3 Lewis-Clark State- 0
Lubbock Christian- 3 #11 Madonna- 2

Pool C

#3 Concordia- 3 Olivet Nazarene- 2
#10 Northwestern- 3 Walsh- 2

Pool D

Vanguard- 3 #4 Bellevue- 1
Doane- 3 #9 Lindenwood- 0

Pool E

#5 Columbia- 3 Dordt- 1
#8 Azusa Pacific- 3 Mobile- 0

Pool F

#6 Georgetown- 3 Indiana Tech- 2
#7 California Baptist- 3 College of Idaho- 1



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Posted by A-Cody
on Thursday, December 04, 2008 (21:56:07)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Yellow Jackets Stumble Out Of The Gate At Tournament


By Mike Besso
Rapid City Journal

Sioux City, Iowa — Black Hillls State ran into a buzzsaw in the first round of the NAIA National Volleyball Tournament on Tuesday afternoon at the Tyson Events Cernter/Gateway Arena.

Fresno (Calif.) Pacific, the defending national champion, swept the Lady Yellow Jackets, 25-16, 25-13, 25-14.

BHSU dug itself a hole, falling behind early in all three games. Fresno Pacific (31-0 overall), champions of the Golden State Athletic Conference, took a 4-0 lead in the opener. Fabiana Leomil, one of four players from Brazil and China on the Sunbirds’ roster, served a pair of aces during this stretch.

A kill by Martin sophomore Maggie O’Neill pulled BHSU to within 6-3. However, Fresno Pacifc tallied 14 of the game’s next 21 points.

A tip by Lisa Schilling handed the Sunbirds a 7-0 advantage in the second game. O’Neill’s kill sliced the deficit to 12-6, but that was as close as the Lady Jackets would get in the game.

The Californians enjoyed a 3-0 edge in the third and final game. BHSU rattled off five-straight points. A kill by Kristin Engle, Dakota Athletic Conference player of the year, gave the Lady Jackets a 4-3 lead.

Carina Sweet’s serving ace, upped the BHSU lead to 5-3. Fresno Pacific responded with four unanswered points, taking the lead for good at 7-5. A 9-0 scoring outburst presented the Sunbirds with a commanding 20-10 edge.

Fresno Pacific lists five players 6-foot-1 or taller on its roster. The Sunbirds collected 46 attack kills in the match, Schilling, Thais Julio and Keke Wang hammered nine kills each. Leomil and Brittany Pierce provided seven kills each. Tiffany Marinos and Leomil had four and three ace serves, respectively. Marinos added 20 digs.

O’Neill led the Lady Jackets with nine kills and 11 digs. Engle contriburted six kills. Sweet served the lone ace of the match for BHSU. Engle chipped in four block assists. Kalin Engle provided two solo and two assisted blocks.

BHSU (25-7 overall) competing in its first national volleyball tournament, continues action in pool play, facing Morningside (Iowa) College at 5 p.m. MST today. Point Loma, Cal. Nazarene, the other team in the pool, and BHSU, meet at 2:45 p.m. MST on Thursday.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Wednesday, December 03, 2008 (23:34:50)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Tuesday, December 2, 2008


NAIA College Volleyball Championships

Pool A

#1 Fresno Pacific- 3 #24 Black Hills State- 0 (25-16, 25-13, 25-14) Heard On KDSJ
#13 Point Loma Nazarene- 3 #12 Morningside- 1 (21-25, 25-14, 25-13, 25-22)

Pool B

#2 Biola- 3 Lubbock Christian- 1
Lewis-Clark State- 3 #11 Madonna- 2

Pool C

#3 Concordia- 3 Walsh- 0
#10 Northwestern- 3 Olivet Nazarene- 0

Pool D

#4 Bellevue- 3 Doane- 2
#9 Lindenwood- 3 Vanguard- 1

Pool E

#5 Columbia- 3 Mobile- 1
#8 Azusa Pacific- 3 Dordt- 0

Pool F

#6 Georgetown- 3 College of Idaho- 1
#7 California Baptist- 3 Indiana Tech- 0



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Posted by A-Cody
on Wednesday, December 03, 2008 (04:46:14)


KDSJ Local Sports
   BHSU Football Coach Resigns


John Scott, head football coach at Black Hills State University, has announced his resignation.

Since joining the Yellow Jacket football program six years ago, Scott has amassed an impressive 37-24 record. Scott has accepted a position with Universal Athletics as a school and team representative for western South Dakota.

“I am very proud to have been associated with the players and what we have accomplished in the past six seasons with Yellow Jacket football,” said Scott.

Jhett Albers, athletic director at BHSU, praised Scott for his accomplishments at BHSU. "Coach John Scott has done a tremendous job in building a successful football program at Black Hills State University,” Albers says. “We wish him the best of luck in his future endeavors.” Albers noted that BHSU will begin the process to fill the position immediately.

Scott’s tenure as coach will be remembered as one of the most successful football campaigns in nearly 30 years for the Yellow Jackets including two consecutive NAIA Playoff appearances and national rankings. Scott, who just finished his 28th year of coaching and 19th as a head coach, also has an impressive record has a high school coach. Before joining the BHSU staff, Scott coached at Silver Creek High School in Longmont, Colo., and at Campbell County High School in Gillette, Wyo., where he developed the Camels into a consistent state contender. Originally from Kemmerer, Wyo., Scott earned High School Coach of the Year honors in Wyoming in 1993, 1994, 1998 and 2000 and served as the Wyoming Shrine Bowl All-Star Head Football Coach in 1995 and 2000. Scott also earned a collegiate coaching award in 2007 when he was named Dakota Athletic Conference Coach of the Year.

Scott played football for Sioux Falls College (1977-1981) earning All SDIC honors as a tight end and a degree in Health and Physical Education in 1982. He completed his Master’s of Science degree in Physical Education/Athletic Administration with a minor in Counseling from the University of North Dakota in 1988.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Wednesday, December 03, 2008 (04:21:52)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Saturday, November 29, 2008


Women's College Basketball

#18 Black Hills State- 67 Montana State-Northern- 60
Augustana- 75 Southwest Minnesota- 58
Dakota State- 81 Briar Cliff- 75
Doane- 90 S.D. Tech- 78
Duluth- 64 Northern State- 60
Kansas Wesleyan- 63 Dakota Wesleyan- 57
Rocky Mountain College- 64 Dickinson State- 53
USD- 80 Dixie State- 62
Valley City State- 79 William Penn- 65

Men's College Basketball

Black Hills State- 81 Haskell- 63 (Heard On KDSJ)
Augustana- 78 Southwest Minnesota- 74
Central Florida- 66 SDSU- 64
Doane- 61 Dakota State- 59
Mayville State- 82 Minnesota-Morris- 78
Northern State- 63 Duluth- 59
Rocky Mountain College- 74 Dickinson State- 64
S.D. Tech- 96 Peru State- 74
Valley City State- 63 William Penn- 57
Wisconsin River Falls- 66 Sioux Falls- 59

NAIA Football Championship Series Quarterfinals

Carroll College- 2 Northwestern Oklahoma State- 0 (Forfeit)
Sioux Falls- 50 Langston, OK- 13
Saint Francis, IN- 31 Cumberlands, KY- 20
Lindenwood, MO- 34 Morningside- 31



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Posted by A-Cody
on Sunday, November 30, 2008 (16:39:13)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Friday, November 28, 2008


Women's College Basketball

Rocky Mountain- 70 Black Hills State- 60
Dakota Wesleyan- 80 St. Mary, NE- 58
Dickinson State- 61 Montana State-Northern- 53
#2 Hastings- 102 S.D. Tech- 69
#9 Jamestown- 82 William Penn- 67
SDSU- 64 Montana- 59

Men's College Basketball

Black Hills State- 71 Peru State- 55 (Heard On KDSJ)
Dickinson State- 76 Montana-Western- 64
Doane- 63 Bethel- 62
Dordt- 92 Wisconsin-Eau Claire- 74
Hastings- 77 Dakota State- 64
William Penn- 77 Jamestown- 66
S.D. Tech- 97 Haskell- 86



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, November 29, 2008 (05:22:57)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Saturday, November 22, 2008


Women's College Volleyball

1st Round NAIA National Tournament

Black Hills State- 3 William Penn, IA- 2 (Heard On KDSJ) 18-25, 25-17, 25-21, 22-25, 15-11

South Dakota High School State Volleyball Tournaments

Class AA

S.F. Lincoln- 3 Watertown- 0 (5th Place)
R.C. Stevens- 3 Aberdeen Central- 2 (3rd Place)
S.F. Roosevelt- 3 Pierre-Riggs- 0 (Championship)

Class A

Milbank- 3 Winner- 0 (5th Place)
Miller- 3 S.F. Christian- 2 (3rd Place)
Wagner- 3 Harrisburg- 1 (Championship)

Class B

Kimball- 3 Mt. Vernon- 1 (5th Place)
Arlington- 3 Chester Area- 1 (3rd Place)
Philip- 3 Northwestern- 1 (Championship) 26-24, 13-25, 25-21, 25-22

Women's College Basketball

Augustana- 90 Doane- 73
Carroll College- 77 S.D. Tech- 68
Dana- 71 Peru State- 66
Evangel- 78 Briar Cliff- 57
Minot State- 71 Rocky Mountain- 70
Simpson- 70 Nebraska-Wesleyan- 59
Sioux Falls- 84 Minnesota-Morris- 82 (OT)
St. Cloud State- 103 Dakota State- 62
USD- 76 Duluth- 52

Men's College Basketball

Augustana- 79 S.D. Tech- 50
Briar Cliff- 73 Hannibal- 69
Buena Vista- 86 Dordt- 66
Cardinal Stritch- 89 Valley City State- 79
Dakota Wesleyan- 105 Grace- 68
Dana- 73 Dakota State- 65
Mayville State- 85 Manitoba- 58
Morningside- 80 University of Mary- 77
Post University- 102 USD- 94

College Football

NAIA Championship Series First Round

#1 Carroll College- 35 #14 Dickinson State- 17
#2 Sioux Falls- 28 #15 St. Ambrose- 0
#6 Morningside- 65 #13 Baker, KS- 27

NAIA Cross Country National Championships

Black Hills State Men's Results

12. Cody Bordewyk- 24:47.3
50. Mark Mazza- 25:37.1
92. Jed Morgan- 25:58.3
104. K.C. Fiedler- 26:02.2
125. Birch Haraden- 26:18.1
178. Charles Janssen- 26:45.5
195. Paul Harrold- 26:56.1

--Men's Team Finishes 8th Overall

Black Hills State Women's Results

19. Wendy O'Lexey- 17:55.7
39. Shelli Scheffler- 18:19.8
158. Katie Cook- 19:26.7
168. Alicia Verhulst- 19:31.9
180. Kaila Ivers- 19:34.7
186. Leigh Anne Whiteside- 19:37.4
214. Kerry Nekuda- 19:48.2

--Women's Team Finishes 15th Overall



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Posted by A-Cody
on Sunday, November 23, 2008 (16:49:05)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Friday, November 21, 2008


South Dakota High School Volleyball Tournaments

Class AA

Watertown- 3 Rapid City Central- 1
Sioux Falls Lincoln- 3 Sioux Falls Washington- 2
Rapid City Central- 3 Sioux Falls Washington- 0 (Seventh Place)
Pierre- 3 Aberdeen Central- 1
Sioux Falls Roosevelt- 3 Rapid City Stevens- 2

Class A

Winner- 3 St Thomas More- 2
Milbank- 3 Sisseton- 0
St Thomas More- 3 Sisseton- 0 (Seventh Place)
Wagner- 3 Sioux Falls Christian- 0
Harrisburg- 3 Miller- 0

Class B

Mt Vernon- 3 Faulkton- 0
Kimball- 3 Harding County- 2
Harding County- 3 Faulkton- 2 (Seventh Place)
Philip- 3 Chester Area- 1
Northwestern- 3 Arlington- 1


College Women's Basketball

Black Hills State- 61 Carroll College- 40
Northern- 80 Presentation- 35
Rocky Mountain- 89 SD Tech- 61
Mankato- 105 Dakota State- 65
Mayville- 63 Crown- 53
North Dakota State- 78 Valley City- 49
Briar Cliff- 62 William Jewel- 59
Mt Marty- 71 York- 59
Waldorf- 80 Dordt- 62
Nebraska Wesleyan- 55 Luther- 53

College Men's Basketball

Sioux Falls- 96 St Ambrose- 72
USD- 92 Chowan- 58
Northern- 87 Presentation- 68
Dakota State- 83 Peru- 67
SD Tech- 75 Dana- 71
DWU- 81 William Penn-73
Bellvue- 77 Morningside- 75
Northwestern- 127 Nebraska Christian- 52
Briar Cliff- 86 Iowa Wesleyan- 76
Nebraska Wesleyan- 69 Webster- 60
Illinois-Springfield- 76 Valley City State- 64



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Saturday, November 22, 2008 (14:15:42)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Volleyball: Three Yellow Jackets Named To DAC All-Conference Team


Conference co-champions Black Hills State and Jamestown College placed five players on the 2008 All Dakota Athletic Conference Volleyball First Team.

Black Hills State hitter Kristin Engle was voted the DAC Most Valuable Player by the Dakota Athletic Conference. Maggie O'Neil, Sophomore Outside Hitter, and Mandy Brumfield, Junior Setter were also named to the DAC 1st Team.

BHSU Head Coach Jhett Albers, won the coach of the year award from the conference for the second straight year, sharing the honor with coach Chris Mahoney of Jamestown College. Both coaches shared the conference championship and had multiple athletes on the all-conference first team.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, November 22, 2008 (03:36:55)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Lady Yellow Jackets Prepare For NAIA Volleyball Playoffs


Game time has been set for 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 22 for the Black Hills State University 2008 NAIA Volleyball National Championship Opening Round at the Donald E. Young Sports and Fitness Center at Black Hills State University. The Yellow Jacket volleyball team is making their first-ever appearance in the national tournament.

This year’s team has had an exceptional season winning the Dakota Athletic Conference (DAC) and reaching the national championship opening round. Coach Jhett Albers, who has led the BHSU volleyball team since 1999, has the squad in excellent form heading into the postseason. The Yellow Jackets, who are 24-6, are preparing to host William Penn University.

The game has been designated a “Fear the Sting” night and fans are encouraged to wear their gold apparel to cheer on the Yellow Jacket volleyball team on their homecourt. Tickets are $5 for adults and $2 for students. The first 100 fans will receive a large foam hand-shaped cheering mitt. BHSU apparel will be available for purchase prior to the game.

The NAIA opening round pairings for the 29th Annual NAIA Volleyball National Championship will be played Nov. 22 at different on-campus sites including the action scheduled at BHSU. Winners of each opening round match will advance to the final site in Sioux City, Iowa. The tournament will be held at the Tyson Events Center/Gateway Arena from Dec. 2-6, 2008 in Sioux City.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, November 22, 2008 (03:19:58)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Thursday, November 20, 2008


South Dakota High School Volleyball Tournaments

First Round

Class AA

Aberdeen Central- 3 R.C. Central- 1
Pierre- 3 Watertown- 1
R.C. Stevens- 3 S.F. Lincoln- 0
S.F. Roosevelt- 3 S.F. Washington- 1

Class A

Wagner- 3 Winner- 0
S.F. Christian- 3 St. Thomas More- 0
Miller- 3 Milbank- 1
Harrisburg- 3 Sisseton- 0

Class B

Chester Area- 3 Faulkton- 0
Philip- 3 Mt. Vernon- 0
Arlington- 3 Kimball- 0
Northwestern- 3 Harding County- 1

College Women's Basketball

Rocky Mountain College- 63 Black Hills State- 37 (Heard On KDSJ)
SDSU- 70 Utah- 58

College Men's Basketball

Northern State- 98 Mayville State- 52



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, November 22, 2008 (03:08:03)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Tuesday, November 18, 2008


College Basketball

Men

Black Hills State- 64 Rocky Mountain College- 59 (Heard On KDSJ)
#8 Dakota Wesleyan- 91 Dakota State- 71
Jamestown- 53 Bemidgi State- 52
Valley City State- 88 Trinity Bible College- 43

Women

Dakota State- 72 Dakota Wesleyan- 71
Jamestown- 74 Minnesota-Morris- 64
Southwest State, MN- 107 Mayville State- 45
Valley City State- 100 Trinity Bible College- 31



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Posted by A-Cody
on Thursday, November 20, 2008 (01:57:59)


KDSJ Local Sports
   12 Yellow Jackets Receive Conference Football Honors


By Bradd Schafer
Black Hills State Athletics

The Yellow Jackets placed seven players on the First Team All-DAC and five players on Second Team All-DAC. The Yellow Jackets finished their season with a 24-23 loss to South Dakota Mines. BHSU was 6-4 on the season.

Sophomore running back Tanner Ehrlich (Ft. Collins, CO), junior wide receiver Corey Wheeler (Cheyenne, WY), and junior offensive linemen Josh Breske (Pierre, CO) and Jason Boeding (Caputa, SD) were all named to the 1st Team All-DAC Offense. Senior linebacker Tyler Tetrault (St. Onge, SD), senior defensive back Tony Dill (Casper, WY), and junior defensive end Wacey Coleman (Rozet, WY) were named 1st Team All-DAC Defense. The Yellow Jackets tied Jamestown College for having the most players on 1st Team All-DAC with seven.

Other players receiving honors were sophomore quarterback Drew Hodgs (Douglas, WY), senior wide receiver Joe Beehler (Hot Springs, SD), and sophomore offensive lineman Tom Oswiany (Pine, CO) for 2nd Team All-DAC Offense. Sophomore linebacker Richard Fairhead (Gordon, NE) and junior defensive back Darrell Neimann (Sundance, WY) rounded out the honors with 2nd Team All-DAC Defense.



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Posted by A-Cody
on Monday, November 17, 2008 (06:00:00)


KDSJ Local Sports
   College Volleyball: First Win In Jamestown Sends BHSU To Nationals


By Scott Throlson
The Jamestown Sun

JAMESTOWN, N.D.- The Hansen Center has been a house of horrors for the Black Hills State volleyball team. But the Yellow Jackets will have fond memories of Saturday’s visit.

Kristin Engle and Maggie O’Neill had back-to-back kills to finish off a wild Dakota Athletic Conference tournament championship match, and the Yellow Jackets clinched a berth in the NAIA national tournament with their first-ever win in Jamestown.

The Yellow Jackets started quickly, quieting the loud, capacity crowd by taking the opening two sets. But Jamestown College battled back to win the next two, and a back-and-forth fifth set saw Black Hills fight off two match points before sealing a 25-19, 25-19, 22-25, 21-25, 18-16 victory.

“It just goes to show you how even these two teams are,” Yellow Jackets coach Jhett Albers said. “It was 3-1 at our place, 3-1 at their place, a fifth set that could have gone either way tonight. Sometimes you wonder if it’s a little luck here and there. You never know how the ball is going to bounce. We were able to come out on top.”

“A couple bounces …. Maybe just one bounce,” Jimmies coach Chris Mahoney said. “It came down to the last play. Unfortunately, it didn’t go our way.”

The DAC co-champions staged a wild tournament final filled with big blocks, big swings and big momentum swings.

“We’re so evenly matched,” Engle said. “It feels great. I’m proud of my team. They did everything tonight. We wanted this so bad. It’s so hard to win up here. It feels good to get one.”



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Posted by A-Cody
on Sunday, November 16, 2008 (22:46:02)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Saturday, November 15, 2008


High School Football

Class 11AA Championship

Sioux Falls Lincoln-27 Sioux Falls Washington-20

College Football

#2 Sioux Falls-34 #4 Morningside-31 (GPAC Championship Game)
USD-42 Southern Utah-20
Southern Illinois-38 SDSU-35
Dakota Wesleyan-64 Dordt-7

College Volleyball

Black Hills State--25 25 22 21 18
Jamestown-------19 19 25 25 16

Women's College Basketball

#18 Black Hills State-69 Rocky Mountain-60 (Heard On KDSJ)
#25 Doane-77 SD Tech-58
Dickinson State-78 Great Falls-65
Dordt-59 Dakota State-52
#9 Jamestown-96 Mount Marty-81
Dakota Wesleyan-74 Valley City State-72
#14 Northwestern-106 St. Mary-59
University Of Science-77 Dana-72
Briar Cliff-87 Wartburg College-82
#7 Concordia, NE-72 Iowa Wesleyan-59
Grandview-71 Midland Lutheran-65
Colorado Mines-61 Northern-48
NW Missouri-69 USD-60

Men's College Basketball

Black Hills State-92 Montana Tech-80 (Heard On KDSJ)
Hastings-85 Mayville State-73
#25 Morningside-88 Dakota State-68
Great Falls-74 Dickinson State-53
Jamestown-72 Mount Marty-61
Valley City State-82 #8 Dakota Wesleyan-65
Sioux Falls-79 Olivet-54
Ashford-80 Briar Cliff-72
St. Ambrose-81 #13 Northwestern-67
Bellevue-79 Midland Lutheran- 60
UNO-93 Doane-50
Dana-84 Iowa Wesleyan-75
Chadron State-83 Augustana-78



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Posted by A-Ryan
on Sunday, November 16, 2008 (15:56:38)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Friday, November 14, 2008


S.D. High School Football Championships

Class 11B

Tri-Valley- 41 Groton- 3

Class 11A

Dell Rapids- 34 Winner- 6

College Basketball

Women

#18 Black Hills State- 67 #25 Doane College- 64 (Heard On KDSJ)
#7 Concordia, NE- 80 Waldorf, IA- 53
Dickinson State- 60 Montana State-Northern- 46
Grand View- 68 Dana College- 55
#9 Jamestown- 64 Dakota Wesleyan- 57
#1 Morningside- 62 Indiana Wesleyan- 54
Mount Marty- 85 Valley City- 58
Science and Arts- 92 Midland Lutheran- 67
S.D. Tech- 59 Rocky Mountain College- 53
SDSU- 55 Missouri- 50
Sioux Falls- 83 St. Mary, NE- 75

Men

Rocky Mountain College- 88 Black Hills State- 76 (Heard On KDSJ)
Briar Cliff- 93 Clarke College- 77
Cornell- 79 USD- 69
Dakota State- 93 Hastings- 87
#8 Dakota Wesleyan- 83 Jamestown- 73
Doane- 70 Iowa Wesleyan- 56
#18 Minot State- 94 Great Falls- 73
Morningside- 83 Mayville State- 75
Olivet Nazarene- 101 #13 Northwestern- 89
San Jose State- 70 SDSU- 62
St. Ambrose, IA- 69 Sioux Falls- 64
Valley City State- 74 Mount Marty- 50

High School Volleyball

Region 1AA Championship

S.F. Lincoln- 3 S.F. O'Gorman- 1
Watertown- 3 Yankton- 1

Region 2AA Semifinals

Pierre- 3 Douglas- 0
R.C. Central- 3 Huron- 0

Region 5A Championship

Wagner- 3 Parker- 0



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, November 15, 2008 (06:21:08)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Thursday, November 13, 2008


S.D. High School Football Championships

Class 9B

Hanson- 50 Hitchcock-Tulare- 24

Class 9A

Avon- 37 Gettysburg- 8

Class 9AA

Marion-Hurley- 42 Ipswich- 28

College Basketball

Men

Rocky Mountain College- 77 S.D. Tech- 74



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Posted by A-Cody
on Saturday, November 15, 2008 (05:21:11)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Wednesday, November 12, 2008


College Volleyball

DAC Tournament Semi-Finals

#2 Black Hills State- 3 #3 Minot State- 1 (25-18, 18-25, 25-23, 25-22)
#1 Jamestown- 3 #5 Dakota State- 0 (25-13, 25-12, 25-18)



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Posted by A-Cody
on Friday, November 14, 2008 (05:51:38)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Tuesday, November 11, 2008


High School Volleyball

District 4AA Championship

R.C. Stevens- 3 R.C. Central- 2

District 4AA 3rd Place

Douglas- 3 Sturgis- 1

Region 4A Championship

St. Thomas More- 3 Hot Springs- 0

Region 6A Championship

Miller Area- 3 Mobridge/Pollock- 0

Region 7B Championship

Philip- 3 Edgemont- 0

Region 8B Championship

Harding County- 3 Timber Lake- 2



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Posted by A-Cody
on Wednesday, November 12, 2008 (18:41:23)


KDSJ Local Sports
   South Dakota 2008 Football Championship Pairings


Thursday, November 13

9B- 11:00 a.m.

Hanson (11-0) vs. Hitchcock-Tulare (11-0)

9A- 2:30 p.m.

Gettysburg (9-2) vs. Avon (10-1)

9AA- 7:30 p.m.

Ipswich (11-0) vs. Marion-Hurley (9-2)

Friday, November 14

11B- 2:30 p.m.

Tri-Valley (10-1) vs. Groton Area (9-2)

11A- 7:30 p.m.

Winner (10-1) vs. Dell Rapids (9-2)

Saturday, November 15

11AA- 7:30 p.m.

S.F. Washington (11-1) vs. S.F. Lincoln (10-2)



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Posted by A-Cody
on Wednesday, November 12, 2008 (01:01:50)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Monday, November 10, 2008


College Basketball

Women

Mount Marty- 60 #18 Black Hills State- 44
S.D. Tech- 82 Dakota Wesleyan- 69

Men

Black Hills State- 80 Mount Marty- 61 (Heard On KDSJ)
#8 Dakota Wesleyan- 68 S.D. Tech- 63

S.D. High School Footbal State Semifinals

Class 9B

#3 Hitchcock-Tulare- 46 #5 Harding County- 6 (Heard On KDSJ)

High School Volleyball

District 4AA Semifinals

R.C. Stevens- 3 Douglas- 0
R.C. Central- 3 Sturgis- 0

District 16A Championship

St. Thomas More- 3 Belle Fourche- 1

District 16B

Harding County- 3 Lemmon- 0 (Championship)
Harding County- 3 Bison- 0 (Semifinals)
Lemmon- 3 Faith- 1 (Semifinals)



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Posted by A-Cody
on Tuesday, November 11, 2008 (01:47:46)


KDSJ Local Sports
   Sports Scoreboard Sunday, November 9, 2008


College Football

S.D. Tech- 24 Black Hills State- 23 (Heard On KDSJ)

College Basketball

Women

#18 Black Hills State- 52 Dakota Wesleyan- 44
Mount Marty- 71 S.D. Tech- 53

Men

Black Hills State- 97 #8 Dakota Wesleyan- 92 (OT) Heard On KDSJ
S.D. Tech- 67 Mount Marty- 63

DAC Cross Country Championships

Black Hills State Men

1. Cody Bordewyk- 26:40.51
2. K.C. Fiedler- 27:17.85
4. Mark Mazza- 27:36.00
9. Jed Morgan- 28:13.66
10. Birch Haraden- 28:18.30
11. Charles Janssen- 28:24.19
12. Paul Herrold- 28:27.06
14. Jesse Vrooman- 28:32.64
19. Jason Bierle- 29:16.18
21. Cole Lemke- 29:20.85
27. Dan Brelje- 29:57.34

--Black Hills State Places 1st as a team

Black Hills State Women

1. Wendy O'Lexey- 19:48.87
2. Alicia Verhulst- 19:58.57
3. Schelli Scheffler- 20:02.02
6. Katie Cook- 20:58.21
7. Leigh Anne Whiteside- 21:12.04
10. Kaila Ivers- 21:24.97
18. Jamie Adams- 22:17.39
19. Kayla Ferguson- 22:25.32
23. Robyn Rosochandler- 22:47.42
35. Marissa Curry- 24:28.01

--Black Hills State Places 1st as a team



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Posted by A-Cody
on Monday, November 10, 2008 (00:42:53)


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