2017 Boys State Tennis Final Results

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Sioux Falls Lincoln wins their fourth straight boys state tennis championship, led by senior Kaleb Dobbs who won his third straight individual state title in singles flight one.

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2017 Boys State Tennis, Day Two Results

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Rain and cold weather brought the boys state tennis tournament indoors on Friday where play resumed in the Sioux Empire. Here are the team standings and flight brackets through day two of this years tournament.

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Cold and Rainy Weather Brings State Tennis Indoors

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The conclusion of the boys state tennis tournament is following the same pattern as it did on the second day – indoors. Rainy and chilled conditions have enticed tournament operators to move the competition inside.

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One-On-One: The Dobbs Brothers

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Kaleb and Sam Dobbs of Sioux Falls Lincoln are brothers, and both are competing at the boys state tennis championships in Sioux Falls.

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One-on-One: Collegiate Rodeo

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SDPB joined the college rodeo teams of MTI and SDSU to learn how these student athletes balance their time between the rodeo arena and the classroom.

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2017 Boys State Tennis, Day One Results

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The 2017 boys state tennis championships are underway in the Sioux Empire. McKennan Park, Sioux Falls Washington, and Brandon are the host site locations this year.

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Augustana University Grad CJ Ham Gets New Role With Minnesota Vikings

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Augustana University grad CJ Ham is getting a position change with the Minnesota Vikings for the 2017 season. The team (and Ham) announced earlier this week that Ham is officially making the move from running back to fullback.

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2017 Winter Academic Achievement Team Awards

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All varsity athletic teams and fine arts groups that achieve a combined grade point average of 3.0 or higher are eligible to receive an SDHSAA Academic Achievement Team Award. Please see below for this year's award recipients.

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South Dakota Native and Sioux Falls Washington Grad Nate Gerry Gets Drafted By Philadelphia

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The Philadelphia Eagles drafted South Dakota native Nate Gerry on Saturday in the fifth round of the 2017 National Football League draft.

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Looking Back: I Remember Watching Nate Gerry At Nine-Years Old

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On Saturday in the fifth round of the 2017 National Football League draft, the Philadelphia Eagles called the name of Sioux Falls native Nate Gerry. SDPB's Nate Wek tells a story about growing up in Sioux Falls and watching Nate Gerry.

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The Shift: Avon, Standing Strong

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While some communities throughout South Dakota have experienced a consistent decrease in population, Avon has not. They’ve also remained steady with their student enrollment numbers, which has helped keep them competitive in both high school sports and activities.

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Sioux Falls To Host Three Future NCAA Post-Season Events

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The city of Sioux Falls has been awarded three bids for future championship/regional National Collegiate Athletic Association events.

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Sweet-16 Playoff Format In South Dakota High School Basketball/Volleyball Takes Big Step

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The Sweet-16 format is one step closer to becoming ‘the law of the land’ for all classes of high school basketball in South Dakota.

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One On One: Student Athlete

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Student athletes must balance the roles of being a full-time student and a full-time athlete. Gabe King, a freshman guard at Northern State University in Aberdeen, tells us how he handles the pressures of being a student athlete.

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One On One: A Star in the Making

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In many programs there are opportunities for younger players to play "up" with older players. For the Yankton Bucks, a 6 foot 6 inch, 220 pound 8th grade basketball player proves that playing up can have many rewards. Matthew Mors gives us a glimpse into his life as a 14-year-old athlete.

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