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Local Sports Archives for 2020-04

Wolves announce three additional South Dakotan's to the men's basketball recruiting class

 Northern State University head coach Saul Phillips announced today three additions for the 2020-21 season in Zech Clemens (Northville, S.D.), Maxwell Nielson (Volga, S.D.), and Andrew Rohrbach (Aberdeen, S.D.). They will join fall signees Kobe Busch (Huron, S.D.) and Gavin Terhark (Brandon, S.D.) this fall as a solely South Dakota native class.  

Zech Clemens • Northville, S.D. • Northwestern Area HS
Zech Clemens is a 6-foot-4, 185-pound guard out of Northwestern Area High School. He was a 4-year starter and senior team captain for the Wildcats under the direction of head coach Anthony Redman. Clemens averaged 25.2 and 24.3 points per game in his final two seasons. He concluded his high school career with a school record 1,725 points. Clemens is a 2-time all-conference selection, 2-time all-state honoree, 2-time Aberdeen American News All-Area team member, and the 2019 Lake Region Conference MVP.  He is the son of Bill and Denise Clemens. Denise is a former Wolves student-athlete, winning the NAIA Women's Basketball National Championship in 1992 and a member of the NSU Athletics Hall of Fame.


Maxwell Nielson • Volga, S.D. • Sioux Valley HS
Maxwell Nielson is a 5-foot-11, 170-pound guard out of Sioux Valley High School. He was a 5-year starter and 2-year team captain for the Cossack under the direction of head coach Bill Vincent. Over his career, Nielson shot 50.0% from the floor, 42.0% from the 3-point line, and 83.0% from the foul line. He averaged over 16.0 points per game in his final two seasons, notching 249 rebounds, 505 assists, and 170 stelas in his career. Nielson is a 5-time all-conference honoree, 2-time all-state selection, and a South Dakota Mr. Basketball Finalist. In addition, he was named the Brookings Register Player of the Year and landed on the Argus Leader Second Five and KELO/Sanford Pentagon Top-5 teams. He is the son of Peter and Amy Nielson.

Andrew Rohrbach • Aberdeen, S.D. • Aberdeen Christian
Andrew Rohrbach is a 6-foot, 165-pound guard out of Aberdeen Christian. He was a 4-year starter and 2-year team captain for the Knights under the direction of head coach David Rohrbach. Rohrbach averaged 19.0 points, 7.9 rebounds, 7.2 assists, and 2.9 steals per game, while shooting 44.0% from beyond the arc. He led the Knights to their first South Dakota State Tournament appearance in 2020. He was an all-conference selection, 2-time all-state pick, and a member of the Argus Leader Second Five and Aberdeen American News All-Area teams. He is the son of John and Vickie Rohrbach.

 

Wild prospect Kirill Kaprizov's KHL contract expires today

Minnesota Wild star Russian prospect Kirill Kaprizov’s contract with his KHL team CSKA Moscow expires today, meaning the earliest the 23-year-old Russian star can sign an entry level deal with Minnesota is Friday.  Kaprizov was drafted by the Wild in the fifth round of the 2015 NHL draft.  Since then he has exploded onto the international scene becoming the youngest player in KHL history to reach 100 career goals, lead the league in goal scoring the past two years, led the 2017 world junior championship in goal scoring and scored the most goals in the 2018 Winter Olympics, including the game winner in overtime to clinch gold for Russia. 


Minot Minotarous head coach/GM Murray takes same position with Sioux Falls Stampede

The Sioux Falls Stampede of the United States Hockey League have hired Marty Murray to fill the vacant head coach/general manager job left by the retirement of former head coach Scott Owens.  Murray has spent the last eight seasons as head coach/ general manager of the Minot Minotarous of the NAHL, a central division rival to the Aberdeen Wings.  During that time he went 254-194-44, six straight winnings seasons, won the central division in 2016-17 and a Robertson Cup runner up finish in 2018.  He is a Lyleton Manitoba native and a member of the Manitoba Hockey Hall of Fame. 


Presentation College volleyball announces 2020 schedule

Presentation College volleyball announced Tuesday the 2020 volleyball schedule.  Should the season begin as planned, the Saints will open up with local opponents Dakota Wesleyan on August 18th in Mitchell and Mt. Marty College in Yankton August 25th.  The Saints will hold their home season opener September 8th vs. Dakota Wesleyan and will open the NSAA conference schedule against Maybille State on the road September 15th

 

 

DATE              OPPONENT/EVENT                                      LOCATION                TIME              

8/18                 Dakota Wesleyan (JV/V)                                Mitchell, SD                6:00/7:30 pm

8/25                 Mt. Marty College (JV/V)                                Yankton, SD               6:00/7:30 pm

8/28-29      MNU Volleyball Tournament (Varsity)                 Olathe, KS                                         

8/28                 Bethany College                                             Olathe, KS                  7:00 pm

8/29                 Evangel University                                         Olathe, KS                  10:00 am

8/29                 McPherson College                                        Olathe, KS                  4:00 pm

9/1                   Concordia College (JV/V)                              Moorhead, MN            5:00/7:00 pm

9/4-9/5             Viking Invitational (Varsity)                            Marshall, MO                         

9/4                   Southwestern College                                    Marshall, MO              3:00 pm

9/4                   Missouri Valley College                                  Marshall, MO              7:00 pm

9/5                   Hannibal LaGrange                                        Marshall, MO              12:00 pm

9/5                   Tabor College                                                 Marshall, MO              2:00 pm

9/8                   Dakota Wesleyan University (JV/V)            Aberdeen, SD            6:00/7:30pm

9/11-9/12         Bobcat Classic (Varsity)                                 Peru, NE                                

9/11                 Bethel College                                                Peru, NE                     1:00 pm

9/11                 Peru State College                                          Peru, NE                     5:00 pm

9/12                 Mt. Marty College                                            Peru, NE                     10:00 am

9/12                 York College                                                   Peru, NE                     12:00 pm

9/15                 *Mayville State University (JV/V)                   Mayville, ND               5:00/7:00 pm

9/22                 Mt. Marty College (JV/V)                              Aberdeen, SD            5:00/7:00 pm

9/24                 *Waldorf University                                         Forest City, IA             7:00 pm

9/25                 *Viterbo University (JV/V)                              La Crosse, WI             5:00/7:00 pm

10/1                 *Bellevue University                                     Aberdeen, SD            7:00 pm

10/2                 *Dakota State University (JV/V)                  Aberdeen, SD            4:00/6:00 pm

10/6                 University of Jamestown (JV/V)                 Aberdeen, SD            5:00/7:00 pm

10/9                 *Dickinson State University (JV/V)             Aberdeen, SD            5:00/7:00 pm

10/10               *Valley City State University                       Aberdeen, SD            12:00 pm       

10/13               *Mayville State University (JV/V)               Aberdeen, SD            5:00/7:00 pm

10/20               Trinity Bible College (JV)                                Ellendale, ND              7:00 pm

10/23                *Dakota State University (JV/V)                    Madison, SD               4:00/6:00 pm

10/24                *Bellevue University                                     Bellevue, NE               1:00 pm

10/30                Trinity Bible College (JV)                           Aberdeen, SD            4:30 pm

10/30               *Waldorf University - Senior Night            Aberdeen, SD            7:00 pm

10/31                *Viterbo University (JV/V) - Family Day    Aberdeen, SD           9:00/11:00 am

11/6                  *Valley City State University                         Valley City, ND           7:00 pm

11/7                   *Dickinson State University                          Dickinson, ND         5:00/7:00 pm MT

11/13-11/14       North Star Playoffs (Varsity)                        Watertown, SD

 

Bold home games

* North Star Games


Presentation College volleyball announces 2020 schedule

Presentation College volleyball announced Tuesday the 2020 volleyball schedule.  Should the season begin as planned, the Saints will open up with local opponents Dakota Wesleyan on August 18th in Mitchell and Mt. Marty College in Yankton August 25th.  The Saints will hold their home season opener September 8th vs. Dakota Wesleyan and will open the NSAA conference schedule against Maybille State on the road September 15th

 

 

DATE              OPPONENT/EVENT                                      LOCATION                TIME              

8/18                 Dakota Wesleyan (JV/V)                                Mitchell, SD                6:00/7:30 pm

8/25                 Mt. Marty College (JV/V)                                Yankton, SD               6:00/7:30 pm

8/28-29      MNU Volleyball Tournament (Varsity)                 Olathe, KS                                         

8/28                 Bethany College                                             Olathe, KS                  7:00 pm

8/29                 Evangel University                                         Olathe, KS                  10:00 am

8/29                 McPherson College                                        Olathe, KS                  4:00 pm

9/1                   Concordia College (JV/V)                              Moorhead, MN            5:00/7:00 pm

9/4-9/5             Viking Invitational (Varsity)                            Marshall, MO                         

9/4                   Southwestern College                                    Marshall, MO              3:00 pm

9/4                   Missouri Valley College                                  Marshall, MO              7:00 pm

9/5                   Hannibal LaGrange                                        Marshall, MO              12:00 pm

9/5                   Tabor College                                                 Marshall, MO              2:00 pm

9/8                   Dakota Wesleyan University (JV/V)            Aberdeen, SD            6:00/7:30pm

9/11-9/12         Bobcat Classic (Varsity)                                 Peru, NE                                

9/11                 Bethel College                                                Peru, NE                     1:00 pm

9/11                 Peru State College                                          Peru, NE                     5:00 pm

9/12                 Mt. Marty College                                            Peru, NE                     10:00 am

9/12                 York College                                                   Peru, NE                     12:00 pm

9/15                 *Mayville State University (JV/V)                   Mayville, ND               5:00/7:00 pm

9/22                 Mt. Marty College (JV/V)                              Aberdeen, SD            5:00/7:00 pm

9/24                 *Waldorf University                                         Forest City, IA             7:00 pm

9/25                 *Viterbo University (JV/V)                              La Crosse, WI             5:00/7:00 pm

10/1                 *Bellevue University                                     Aberdeen, SD            7:00 pm

10/2                 *Dakota State University (JV/V)                  Aberdeen, SD            4:00/6:00 pm

10/6                 University of Jamestown (JV/V)                 Aberdeen, SD            5:00/7:00 pm

10/9                 *Dickinson State University (JV/V)             Aberdeen, SD            5:00/7:00 pm

10/10               *Valley City State University                       Aberdeen, SD            12:00 pm       

10/13               *Mayville State University (JV/V)               Aberdeen, SD            5:00/7:00 pm

10/20               Trinity Bible College (JV)                                Ellendale, ND              7:00 pm

10/23                *Dakota State University (JV/V)                    Madison, SD               4:00/6:00 pm

10/24                *Bellevue University                                     Bellevue, NE               1:00 pm

10/30                Trinity Bible College (JV)                           Aberdeen, SD            4:30 pm

10/30               *Waldorf University - Senior Night            Aberdeen, SD            7:00 pm

10/31                *Viterbo University (JV/V) - Family Day    Aberdeen, SD           9:00/11:00 am

11/6                  *Valley City State University                         Valley City, ND           7:00 pm

11/7                   *Dickinson State University                          Dickinson, ND         5:00/7:00 pm MT

11/13-11/14       North Star Playoffs (Varsity)                        Watertown, SD

 

Bold home games

* North Star Games


Vikings sign 12 undrafted free agents

Minnesota Vikings sign 12 undrafted free agents.

 

UNDRAFTED FREE AGENTS:

PLAYER                        POS.                         COLLEGE

Brady Aiello.......................... T.............................. Oregon

Jake Bargas....................... TE.................... North Carolina

Dan Chisena..................... WR......................... Penn State

Nevelle Clarke................... CB................... Central Florida

Quartney Davis................. WR........................ Texas A&M

Myles Dorn........................... S.................... North Carolina

Jordan Fehr........................ LB.............. Appalachian State

Nakia Griffin-Stewart........... TE.......................... Pittsburgh

Tyler Higby.......................... G................... Michigan State

Jake Lacina......................... C......................... Augustana

Blake Lynch....................... LB................................ Baylor

David Moa......................... DT........................ Boise State


Vikings select largest draft class in team history

The Minnesota Vikings brought in the largest draft class in team history, drafting 15 players in all. 

 

In order the selections include:

First round
#22 Justin Jefferson, wide receiver LSU
#31 Jeff Gladney, cornerback TCU 
Second round
#58 Ezra Cleveland, offensive tackle Boise State 
Third round
#89 Cameron Dantzler, cornerback Mississippi State 
Fourth Round
#117 D.J. Wonnum, defensive end South Carolina 
#130 James Lynch, defensive tackle Baylor 
#132 Troy Dye, linebacker Oregon 
Fifth Round
#169 Harrison Hand, cornerback Temple 
#176 K.J Osborn, wide receiver Miami 
Sixth Round
#203 Blake Brandel, offensive tackle Oregon State 
#205 Josh Metellus, safety Michigan
Seventh Round
#225 Kenny WIllekes, defensive tackle Michigan State 
#244 Nate Stanley, quarterback Iowa 
#249 Brian Cole safety, Mississippi State  
#253 Kyle Hinton, guard Washburn. 


Local prospects sign undrafted free agent deals

Besides Warner native Derrek Tuszka getting drafted, no other local prospects were picked.  However, several did sign as undrafted free agents following the draft. 

 

Augustana’s center Jake Lacina signed a deal with his hometown Minnesota Vikings, South Dakota’s Kameron Cline signed with the Indianapolis Colts and three Jackrabbits signed deals. 

 

Fullback Mikey Daniel signed with the Atlanta Falcons, linebacker Christian Rozeboom signed with the Los Angeles Rams and fullback Luke Sellers signed with the Detroit Lions. 


Warner native Derrek Tuszka drafted by the Broncos 254th overall

The NFL draft concluded Saturday with all 255 picks made by about 6:00 p.m.  Warner native and North Dakota State defensive end Derrek Tuszka was selected by the Denver Broncos in the seventh round with the 254th pick. 

 

Tuszka helped the Bison win four FCS national championships in 2015, 17, 18 and 19.  He was a unanimous FCS All-American in 2019, First team All Missouri Valley in 2019 and named the Missouri Valley defensive player of the year in 2019. 


SDHSAA approves first reading of girls wrestling

The South Dakota High School Activities Association Tuesday approved the first reading of a new sport.  If things continue to move as they should, the SDHSAA will offer sanctioned girls wrestling next year.  According to the SD Newspaper Association, the board is looking toward the state of Missouri which has successfully implemented a select number of weight classes for girls and a state tournament.  Last year, the state had roughly 40 girls competing in wrestling despite not having a gender specific league. 


Minnesota Vikings make two picks in the first round of the NFL draft

The Minnesota Vikings made two picks in the first round of the NFL draft which took place Thursday night.  The draft was conducted all online for the first time ever to keep with CDC guidelines in fighting COVID-19.

 

With the 22nd pick in the draft, which Minnesota got from the Buffalo Bills via the Stefon Diggs trade, the Vikings selected wide receiver Justin Jefferson from LSU.  The pick was universally praised by media outlets following the selection.  Vikings general manager Rick Speilman talked about what the team liked about Jefferson...

 

 

 

 

 

The Vikings then used its 25th pick in the draft to trade back to the 31st pick.  The deal was with the San Francisco 49ers and in exchange the Vikings also received the 115th and 176th overall picks.  

 

Speilman says those addtional pieces may be the ammunition necessary to move around more in the 2nd and 3rd rounds...

 

 

 

 

With the 25th pick Minnesota selected Texas Christian cornerback Jeff Gladney.  Gladney is the fourth cornerback taken in the first round of the draft by the Vikings since 2013.  

 

According to Zimmer, Gladney is not only a stellar cornerback talent, but has all the necessary physical tools to succeed in head coach Mike Zimmer's defense...

 

 

 

 

 

In other draft news the Cincinnati Bengals selected LSU quarterback Joe Burrow with the first overall pick. 

 


SDHSAA announces continued partnership with SDPB

South Dakota Public Broadcasting will continue its comprehensive coverage of high school achievement in the state for the next five years.

 

The South Dakota High School Activities Association has extended the statewide network’s contract for coverage of events through the 2025 school year. The vote came at the annual meeting of the SDHSAA Board of Directors Tuesday, April 21. SDPB has had the contract for coverage of SDHSAA events since the 2001-2002 school year.

 

“The Association is very happy and pleased with the terms of the agreement with SDPB,” said Dr. Daniel Swartos, Executive Director of the SDHSAA. “Coverage of SDHSAA-endorsed events on-air and online allows exciting opportunities for statewide coverage of both athletics and fine arts activities, and South Dakota Public Broadcasting is a trusted partner in making these events available across the state and nation.”

 

SDPB offers comprehensive on-air coverage and/or Internet coverage of a variety of events that showcase the achievements of South Dakota youth. All of the SDHSAA-sanctioned championship athletics and statewide fine arts finals are covered on TV, on SDPB.org or both.

 

“We are delighted to continue our partnership with the SDHSAA,” said Julie Overgaard, Executive Director of SDPB. “We are proud to spotlight the achievements of South Dakota’s young people. These students are role models for their peers and for the next generation of high school students.”

 

SDPB Television offers live coverage of championship play for Football, Volleyball, Wrestling, Soccer, Competitive Cheer and Dance, Girls and Boys Basketball and Track and Field. In addition, the network presents the All-State Chorus and Orchestra concert live. A number of championship and All-State events are streamed live, and recorded for later air on SDPB-TV. They include Gymnastics, All-State Band and All-State Jazz Band performances. All of the events, plus the remainder of the SDHSAA-sanctioned events, are covered with photos, stats, scores, digital content and more on SDPB.org and its associated social media accounts.


Notre Dame head women's basketball coach Muffet McGraw announces retirement

Notre Dame head women’s basketball coach Muffet McGraw announced Wednesday she will be retiring as head coach of the lady Irish at the age of 64.  McGraw has been the head coach in South Bend for 33 years, during that time winning 848 games and 252 losses.  She led the Irish to a national championship in 2011 and 2018.  She was also named the Associated Press’ coach of the year four times including in 2001, 2013, 2014 and 2018.   


Tuszka hoping for a big NFL draft weekend

 One person hoping to have a big weekend is Warner native and former North Dakota State defensive end Derrek Tuszka.  Tuzka stands 6’5 weighs 246 pounds and was a crucial part of the defense that helped the Bison win another FCS national championship last fall.  In 2019 he was named a STATS FCS All-American first teamer, an Associated Press All-American first teamer, and finished fifth place in the voting for the Buck Buchanan award, given annually to the best defensive player in FCS.  Tuszka is projected to be a later round pick.


USD lands Division I transfer

South Dakota head coach Dawn Plitzuweit is pleased to announce the addition of Oklahoma transfer Aspen Williston to the Coyote women's basketball program. Williston will have two years of eligibility remaining with the Coyotes beginning with the 2021-22 season.
 
"We are absolutely thrilled to have Aspen join our women's basketball family at the University of South Dakota!" said Plitzuweit. "The way we would describe Aspen is dynamic! She has a fun-loving personality and is a great competitor. She is going to be a great fit for our team, for our university and for our community. On the basketball court, she is a physical post who has the ability to score it with her back to the basket and is comfortable stepping out to the perimeter and shooting it as well.
 
"Aspen has competed at a very high level in the Big 12 the past two seasons and we believe that her best days are yet to come! We are so excited to welcome Aspen and her family to her new home here at USD!"
 
A 6-foot-4 center from Broken Bow, Oklahoma, Williston spent the past two seasons playing for the University of Oklahoma under Sherri Coale. Williston was ranked by espnW as the No. 17 center in her signing class.
 
"I am so excited and grateful to have the opportunity to join the South Dakota women's basketball team," said Williston. "I am so excited to experience the energy and crowds at the games and cannot wait to be in Vermillion and meet my new family. Go Yotes!"
 
Williston was named to The Oklahoman Class 4A All-State first team and the Oklahoma Girls Basketball Coaches Association's All-State team as a high school senior. She led Broken Bow High School to 93 wins her four seasons, three-straight Oklahoma Class 4A Tournaments, four district championships and two regional championships. She was a 1,000-point scorer in basketball at Broken Bow and also participated in track and field.
 
A member of the Choctaw Nation of Oklahoma, Williston was named a top prospect by the Native Top 50 and all-state by the Oklahoma Native All State Association.
 
Williston plans to study kinesiology and sport management at South Dakota.
South Dakota is coming off one of the most successful seasons in Summit League history with a 30-2 overall record, sweeping the regular season and capturing the league tournament, setting records for weeks ranked in both major polls and reaching a record-high No. 11 in the USA Today Coaches Poll.
 
Williston joins the quartet of incoming freshmen in Morgan Hansen, Maddie Krull, Natalie Mazurek and Kyah Watson as additions for the 2020-21 season.


SDHSAA advisory board looking to shrink number of HS football classes

The South Dakota High School Activities Association advisory board met Tuesday to discuss an array of topics, including the future high school football alignment for the state.  Currently, the state has seven high school football classes from 11AA to 9B.  The Board of Directors passed a motion Tuesday 7-1 asking the football advisory committee to come up with a new proposal that would shrink the classification size down to five.  That would likely leave room for three 11 man classes and 2 9 man classes.  A decision will be made at the board’s next meeting in May or June.

 

The board also unanimously voted to implement a mercy rule for class 11AAA and 11AA.  From now on, a running clock will be implemented for the second half in those classes should a 35-point lead or higher be achieved by one team. 


Aberdeen Wings head coach Scott Langer agrees to contract extension

Aberdeen Wings head coach and general manager Scott Langer has come to terms with the NAHL franchise on a contract extension.  The deal was announced by Wings owner Greg Odde, but he did not disclose the terms of the contract.  Langer has been the head coach in Aberdeen for the past four seasons, accumulating a record 149-61-21 during that time.  Under his leadership, the Wings have made four straight playoff appearances and won the Robertson Cup last season. 


Former Vikings quarterback Tavaris Jackson dies in car accident

Former Minnesota Vikings quarterback Tavaris Jackson has passed away after being involved in a car accident Sunday night in Alabama.  He was 36 years old.

 

Jackson was drafted by the Vikings in the second round with the 64th pick of the 2006 NFL draft.  The Vikings traded up to get the Alabama State quarterback and he played five seasons for Minnesota.  During that time he started 20 games including 12 in 2007, but could not perform well enough to keep the starting job.

 

He went on to play for Seattle and Buffalo, including winning a Super Bowl as a backup with the Seahawks in 2014.  


Minnesota-Duluth junior defenseman Scott Perunovich named Hobey Baker award winner

Minnesota Duluth Junior defenseman Scott Perunovich has been named the 2020 Hobey Baker award winner.  The Hobey Baker award is given annually to the person considered the best player in men’s NCAA college hockey that year.  Perunovich is the sixth Minnesota-Duluth Bulldog to win the Hobey Baker and first since center Jack Connolly won it in 2012.  Perunovich is a Hibbing Minnesota native and was selected in the second round of the 2018 NHL draft by the St. Louis Blues.  He will join St. Louis next season as he has already signed a two-year entry level deal with the Blues. 


Ellendale ND native Pete Retzlaff passes away at 88

Longtime NFL great and Ellendale North Dakota native Pete Retzlaff passed away Friday at the age of 88 in Pottstown Pennsylvania.  According to the Philadelphia Eagles he died of natural causes.  Retzlaff played 11 years in the NFL, all with the Eagles and was a tight end.  He recorded 452 receptions for 7,412 yards and 47 touchdowns.  He was a five-time pro bowler, named to the Philadelphia Eagles Hall of Fame and had his #44 jersey retired by the franchise.  He also played his college football at South Dakota State where he was named to the hall of fame as well. 


SDHSAA announces all winter and spring activities cancelled

With the Governor’s announcement of in-person school closure for the remainder of the school year, all remaining SDHSAA events for 2019-20, to include all spring activities and all postponed winter events, are cancelled.

 

This is an unprecedented time across our state and country, and we do not make this decision lightly. We thank all of the participants, their coaches/directors/advisors/administration, their parents, and everyone else who has dedicated tremendous amounts of time, passion, and effort to these events. To our senior participants- we thank you for everything you have done for your schools and communities and wish you the very best in your bright futures.

 

This is difficult, but the lessons you’ve learned and friendships you’ve made through high school activities will last your lifetime. The cancellation will be formalized at the April 21st Regular Meeting of the SDHSAA Board of Directors. We look forward to the resumption of high school activities during the 2020-21 school year, and will continue work on those events at this time. The SDHSAA thanks everyone involved for their patience and understanding throughout this process.

 

- Dr. Dan Swartos, SDHSAA Executive Director


Class B all-state girls basketball team announced

2019-20 Class B All-State Girls Basketball Team

First Team

• Avery Broughton, Corsica-Stickney, 5-11, fr., forward

• Hilary Albrecht, Howard, 5-9, sr., guard

• Caelyn Valandra-Prue, White River, 5-9, jr., guard-forward

• Ady Dwight, Langford Area, 6-0, sr., center

• Alayna Benike, Castlewood, 5-11, jr., forward

• Cameryn Logan, Ethan, 5-10, jr., center

Second Team

• Morgan Edelman, Menno, 5-7, jr., guard

• Halle Heinz, Ipswich, 5-5, jr., guard

• Zoey Wohlleber, Waubay-Summit, 5-6, so., guard

• Kennedy Leiferman, Kimball-White Lake, 5-11, jr., guard-forward

• Lavin Bendt, Kadoka Area, 5-10, sr., forward-center

• Kaycee Groves, Faith, 5-10, so., guard-forward

Third Team

• Julia Weber, Bridgewater-Emery, 5-7, so., guard

• Morgan Huber, Hanson, 5-9, sr., guard

• Rachel Fiedler, Herreid-Selby Area, 5-9, jr., guard

• Brooke Niederbaumer, Faulkton Area, 5-11, sr., forward-center

• Nora O’Malley, Irene-Wakonda, 5-8, so., guard-forward

• Kennadi Buchholz, De Smet, 6-0, so., center

• Malloy O’Malley, Irene-Wakonda, 5-6, sr., guard-forward


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