2018 Winter SDHSAA Academic Achievement Team Awards

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All varsity fine arts groups and athletic teams that achieve a combined grade point average of 3.0 or higher are eligible to receive the SDHSAA Academic Achievement Team Award. For the 2017-18 winter season of athletics and fine arts, 658 teams were given awards.

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South Dakota State's Mike Daum Declares for 2018 NBA Draft

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Mike Daum, junior basketball star from South Dakota State University, has filed paperwork declaring for the 2018 National Basketball Association draft. On Friday, Daum announced his intentions.

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Six-Man Football In South Dakota Could Soon Be A Reality

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South Dakota’s smallest high schools are close to another option for fielding football teams. The South Dakota High School Activities Association’s Board of Directors has given initial approval to offer a six-man football class.

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Does Being a "One-Sport Athlete" Give Your Child a Better Edge Over the Competition? It May Not...

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According to the author Fred Bowen, a sports opinion columnist for KidsPost, it may not be in a young child’s best interest to specialize in just one sport.

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Excitement Surrounds SDSU's Dallas Goedert as NFL Draft Draws Near

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The National Football League draft is only a week and a half away, as the anticipation among the incoming rookies is on the rise. For some players, it’s not a matter of ‘if’ they get drafted; it’s more of a matter of ‘when.’

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Dakota Wesleyan Names Casey Mouw as New Head Wrestling Coach

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The Dakota Wesleyan wrestling program has named Casey Mouw as it’s new coach. He is the 12th head wrestling coach in DWU’s history.

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South Dakota Sports Hall of Fame Banquet Canceled, Thanks Mother Nature

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The annual South Dakota Sports Hall of Fame banquet was scheduled for Saturday April 14 in Sioux Falls this year. That was until another winter storm decided to intervene.

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South Dakota Pheasant Hunting Season To Remain Unchanged In Next Few Years

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The Game Fish and Parks department has set the pheasant hunting seasons for the next three years. Pheasant hunting for youths, state residents and the traditional pheasant seasons will remain unchanged in the following years.

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2018 State Show Choir Award Winners

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Mitchell High School in Mitchell, South Dakota hosted the third annual State Show Choir competition on Saturday April 7th. Here are the top three finishers in both Class AA and Class A.

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Mike Miller Joins Memphis Tigers Coaching Staff

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South Dakota native and two-time NBA Champion Mike Miller will join Penny Hardaway’s coaching staff at the University of Memphis as an assistant coach.

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USD Names New Men's Basketball Coach

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The University of South Dakota names Todd Lee as its next men’s basketball coach. Lee is from Huron and graduated from the University of South Dakota in 1986. He returns to USD after several coaching stints in the college and professional ranks.

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Kyla Crow of Oelrichs, The Magic of Dedication

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There are many high school athletes in South Dakota who not only succeed in the sport they love, but are just as dedicated when it pertains to academics. One of these kids is Kyla Crow, a senior girls basketball player for the Oelrichs Tigers.

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Smith Leaves USD Men's Basketball Program For Utah State

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Former University of South Dakota men's basketball coach Craig Smith is officially the new head coach at Utah State University. On Wednesday, The Herald Journal in Logan, Utah annouced the terms of Smith's new coaching contract.

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Northern State Advances To National Championship Game

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Northern State University will play for a National Championship in men’s basketball on Saturday. The Wolves defeated Queens North Carolina at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls on Thursday night, 105-99 in double overtime.

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Former USD Coyote Tom Compton To Sign With Minnesota Vikings

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The Minnesota Vikings, pending a physical, will sign Rosemount, Minnesota native and University of South Dakota alum Tom Compton.

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