Monday at Harrisburg the Aberdeen Central's boys golf team found itself with a title it hadn't been able to claim in nearly two decades: conference champion.The Golden Eagles, with a team score of 308, captured Central's first boys' Eastern South Dakota Conference golf title since 1998. Central had three players in the top ten, including a second-place finish by Jonah Dohrer, who shot 67. "We played well," Aberdeen coach Kurt Drube said. "I was really proud of how the guys played.
What went in Northern State's soccer team's favor two weeks ago turned out to be its downfall Sunday at Duluth, Minn.The Wolves lost a 1-0 Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference decision to the Bulldogs. Two weeks ago, the Wolves won 1-0 on an own goal against Minnesota State, Moorhead at Jerde Field.Sunday's goal came in the 51st minute with Gabby Bland receiving credit for the score. The Bulldogs (6-1-1 overall, 3-1-1 NSIC) had 30 shots, 14 of those on goal.
His time on the field might have decreased, but Jackson Kunz’s value to his football team has done nothing but increase.Kunz played a role in four touchdowns as North Border improved to 2-0 with a 40-12 win over Potter County last week in Gettysburg. The senior quarterback threw for 180 yards and one touchdown and added 64 yards rushing and three more scores.
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