Class B Girls Golf: Full Day One Results

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Here are the full results through day 1 of the class B state girls golf tournament in Yankton, SD. 

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Sioux Falls Captures Clark Cup In Series Sweep

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In what has been a record setting season it seemed only fitting that the Sioux Falls Stampede would capture the Clark Cup title on home ice. With the PREMIER Center “Blue Out” of 8,178 fans, the Herd topped the Muskegon Lumberjacks 4-2 to sweep their Clark Cup Final series 3-0. It marks the second time in franchise history the Herd have won the Clark Cup with the first coming in 2007.

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The 2015 Spring Golf Championships Begin On Monday

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The SDHSAA's annual Spring Golf Championships will tee off Monday across the state. This year’s competitions are scheduled as two-day, thirty-six hole events, with the‘AA’ Girls in Rapid City at Meadowbrook Golf Course, the ‘A’ Girls in Madison at Madison Golf & Country Club, and the Class B split between two sites in Yankton.

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Win A South Dakota Public Broadcasting Golf Polo

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Want to win a golf polo for summer? Tell us what you enjoy most about the game of golf and you'll automatically be entered into a drawing for a navy blue SDPB golf polo!

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Top-5 Most Dangerous Sports For Girls

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Find out what the experts believe are the most dangerous sports for female athletes to play.

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SDPB Golf Polo Drawing Rules

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Here are the rules to win a South Dakota Public Broadcasting navy blue golf polo.

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How to Prevent Running Shoe Blisters

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Here’s how to tie a “heel lock” or “lace lock”. A lot of running and hiking shoes have an extra shoelace hole at the top (if your shoes don’t have an extra hole, just use the top regular hole instead). We’re going to use these holes to create loops on the inside and outside of our shoe.

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Tom Brady Receives Four-Game Suspension

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New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady has received a four game suspension by the NFL for being "generally aware" of employees letting the air out of footballs.

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2015 NFL Draft: Projections and Predictions

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The next three days will answer a lot of questions as the 2015 NFL Draft is just hours away. What team will jump up on Thursday night to draft Mariota? Will SDSU's Zach Zenner get drafted this weekend?

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SDHSAA Update April 29, 2015

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The South Dakota High School Activities Association update for April 29, 2015

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World War II Veteran Scores Touchdown in Kansas University Alumni Game

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89-year old Bryan Sperry, who is also a World War II Veteran, scored a touchdown in the Kansas University Alumni game.

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Dakota Wesleyan To Host Nike Soccer Camp This Summer

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Dakota Wesleyan University will host a Nike Soccer Camp this summer on July 26-29. This summer camp is for both girls and boys, and includes all age groups from 11 to 18.

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NFL To End Its Tax-Exempt Status 'To Eliminate ... Distraction'

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Houston Texans owner Robert McNair, the chairman of the NFL's finance committee, said in a statement cited by The Wall Street Journal. "The owners have decided to eliminate the distraction associated with misunderstanding of the league office's status, so the league office will in the future file returns as a taxable entity."

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The Fight Of The Decade: Floyd Mayweather vs Manny Pacquiao

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One of the biggest fights in boxing history will occur this Saturday (May 2) at the MGM in Las Vegas. Manny Pacquiao and Floyd Mayweather Jr. will go head-to-head in what is being called one of the most anticipated fights in boxing history. Fans have been asking for this showdown for almost a decade.

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Early Success For The Denny Sanford PREMIER Center In Sioux Falls

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The Denny Sanford PREMIER Center in Sioux Falls is off to a great start through its first six months with a $1.1 million net operating income. More than $962,000 in direct sales tax has also been paid to this point, meaning it has had an economic benefit in the community of Sioux Falls too.

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