2018 State Track and Field Championships, Full Results

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State champions were crowned in Rapid City on Saturday May 26, 2018 at the annual state track and field meet. Here are the full team scores and results from the event.

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2018 State Track Championships, Friday Results

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The 2018 State Track Championships began on Friday May 25th with Class AA in Sturgis, Class A in Spearfish, and Class B in Rapid City. Here are the team scores and results from the first day of the event.

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The Origin of the Estelline Redmen Mascot

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The Estelline Redmen name wasn’t always connected to a Native American themed mascot. It was actually the furthest thing from it when the ‘Redmen’ name was originally adopted.

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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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Coach Rozy's Performance Training Academy

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Mark Roozen operates the Coach Rozy Performance Training Academy in Yankton. Throughout his career, Coach Rozy has worked with NFL, College, and Olympic Athletes. Now, he’s working with a variety of people from all ages.

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2018 South Dakota Sports Hall of Fame Inductees

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The South Dakota Sports Hall of Fame has announced the ten inductees, and six legend inductees, who will be honored in the spring of 2018. Throughout the next few months, SDPB plans to give an inside look at each of these individuals.

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South Dakota Athlete Featured By Sports Illustrated

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In the most recent edition of Sports Illustrated, Shayla Howell of Belle Fourche was featured as one of their ‘Faces In The Crowd.’

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2017-18 SDHSAA Distinguished Service Award Recipients

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The following individuals are the 2017-18 SDHSAA Distinguished Service Award recipients...

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The Odd Couple, Craig and Mike

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You’ve heard them announce state tournaments and championship games together for the past sixteen years on South Dakota Public Broadcasting. It’s the team of Craig Mattick and Mike Henriksen, pioneers in the state for sports broadcasting.

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2017 State Track Championship Final Standings

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The 2017 State Track and Field Championships have concluded for another year. Here are the team standings for all six classes that were in competition this weekend.

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Deubrook Area Honors Injured Competitor At State Track Meet

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Earlier this week, Ipswich sophomore Taylor Maurer sustained an injury pole-vaulting during practice. Because of the severity, she was unable to compete at the state track championships. Deubrook Area, a rival of Ipswich, wanted to do something to honor the injured Lady Tiger.

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2017 South Dakota State Track Team Standings, Through Friday

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The 2017 state track meet is underway from the Sioux Falls area with Howard Wood Field, Tea Area, and Brandon Valley all hosting events. Here are the team standings for all three classes at the end of Friday, May 26, 2017.

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2017 South Dakota State Track Championships

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The 112th running of the SDHSAA State Track & Field Championship Meet will take place Friday and Saturday in the Sioux Falls metro area. Friday’s action will take place across three sites with the ‘AA’ in Brandon Valley, ‘A’ in Tea and ‘B’ in Sioux Falls.

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Forty South Dakotans Participate in 2017 Boston Marathon

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This year, 40 residents of South Dakota have made the trip out east to participate in one of the most popular running events of the spring - the Boston Marathon.

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Sportsmanship and High School Parents: Ten Tips To Remember When Attending Games

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It’s no secret that sometimes fans take their actions too far when attending high school sporting events, whether it’s yelling at the coach, screaming at an official, or giving negative criticism to an athlete.

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