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Team Standings

1) SF Lincoln                 151        2) Brandon Valley             86   
    3) SF Roosevelt                83        4) Watertown                  74   
    5) RC Central                  64.66     6) SF Washington              54   
    7) SF O'Gorman                 38        8) Sturgis Brown              35   
    9) Mitchell                    32       10) RC Stevens                 26   
   11) Harrisburg                  21       12) Huron                      19   
   13) Aberdeen Central            16       14) Pierre T.F. Riggs          15   
   15) Douglas                     14       16) Brookings                   7   
   17) Yankton                      1.33                             

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Track Event Archived Results
100 meter dash
110 meter hurdles
4 X 100 meter relay
200 meter dash
300 meter hurdles
4 X 200 meter relay
400 meter dash
4 X 400 meter relay
800 meter run
4 X 800 meter relay
1600 meter run
1600 meter sprint medley relay
3200 meter run

Field Events​ Archived Results 
High Jump
Long Jump
Pole Vault
Shot Put
Triple Jump

Track Headlines

The Odd Couple, Craig and Mike

Last Updated by Nate Wek on

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

Last Updated by Nate Wek on

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

Last Updated by Nate Wek on

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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