Gabe King is living a dream.“It’s kind of a dream season, almost,” said King, an Irene native and now a sophomore on the Northern State University men’s basketball team.King, who was once a multi-sport star at Irene-Wakonda High School, has played an integral role for the Wolves who have reached the NCAA Division II Elite Eight for the first time in 20 years.
Yankton has its own ‘Coach K.’Shanna Ibarolle-Koenig, a 2003 Yankton High School graduate who later coached at four different schools, is returning to her alma mater to take over as head coach of the Gazelles volleyball program.So yes, there’s a sense that her career has come full circle.“It’s great to be here; great to be a Gazelle again,” Ibarolle-Koenig, 32, said Monday night, after the announcement was made by YHS.“And oddly enough, every high school I’ve coached for is red, black and...
And so, in his first taste of the state's 'big dance', Yankton's freshman star is 24-of-38 from the floor, 4-of-7 on threes, 16-of-18 on free throws, for 68 points.
This is a veteran team; yes, even with a freshman. And Class AA was wide open. Perfect storm this season.
It's like 1981 all over again!
Yankton boys' basketball is back in the state championship game for the first time in 37 years. Hey, might as well just break every drought in one trip
Freshman Matthew Mors scored 38 points (12-of-13 at the line) in tonight's semifinal win
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