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Recent articles by Matt:

Jared Vasquez to retire as Stevens activities director

Rapid City Stevens activities director Jared Vasquez announced Monday evening he is retiring at the end of the year. → Read More

Week 6 prep football poll: Lyman drops one spot after loss to Wall

Spearfish and Faith also made reappearances after big wins last Friday → Read More

Jayden Johannsen scores 5 touchdowns as SD Mines runs over NM Highlands

Jayden Johannsen has really come into his own as the starting quarterback for the South Dakota Mines football team. → Read More

Preston Iverson leads Hot Springs to upset win over STM, first victory over Cavs since 2012

The Bison snapped a 10-game losing streak to their Black Hills Conference foe Friday night → Read More

Week 2 prep football poll: Stevens, Sturgis move into top 5 after Rushmore Bowl wins

Friday's Rushmore Bowl made a significant impact in the rankings for its victors. → Read More

Rapid City Christian walks it off in triple-overtime against Lead-Deadwood

Matt McIntosh picked up his first win as the Comets head coach in dramatic fashion Friday night at Ferguson Field → Read More

Hardhats reclaim state championship, beat Sioux Falls East on home field

Rapid City Post 22 won its 44th state championship Sunday evening, earning its third title in the past five years → Read More

Hardhats fall to Sioux Falls East as weather shortens doubleheader

Rapid City Post 22 began its final stretch of regular season games Friday night with a rocky start. → Read More

SD Mines, BHSU moving forward with expanded alcohol policy at athletic events

In favor of the change, the two schools are preparing to implement the new policy this fall → Read More

Hardhats keep the line moving in mercy-rule win over Stars

Post 22 finished with nine singles out of their 10 hits and drew nine walks in a 14-4 win over Post 320 → Read More

Stevens’ Charles Christensen inks with SD Mines basketball

Jason Olson spoke on what could become of Charles Christensen’s basketball career in the future. → Read More

Well-rested Rush to face Utah Grizzlies in division finals

The Rapid City Rush will play the Utah Grizzlies in the second round of the 2022 Kelly Cup Playoffs. The round serves as the Mountain Division Finals, with the winner of the best-of-seven series advancing to the Western Conference Championship. The Grizzlies (4-3-0), the regular season Mountain Division champions, beat the Tulsa Oilers in Game 7 of their first-round series Wednesday night. The… → Read More

Rush’s 63 shots not enough as Americans win in OT, tie series 1-1

Rapid City outshot Allen 63-31, and their 57 shots in regulation are the sixth most in ECHL postseason history → Read More

Rush pot late goal to take Game 1 against Allen

A delayed hockey game due to lightning is one of the stranger things you’ll see in sports. → Read More

Rush set franchise record for single-season ECHL points in regular season finale

The Rush's first-round playoff matchup and schedule is set as the 2022 Kelly Cup gets underway this week → Read More

Rush clinch 1st playoff berth in 7 years, secure 1st-round home ice

The Rapid City Rush beat the Tulsa Oilers 5-2 Wednesday night in front of their home fans at The Monument Ice Arena to clinch a spot in the Kelly Cup → Read More

St. Thomas More caps off Cinderella run with Class A State Championship

BROOKINGS — Despite its status as a dynasty, the St. Thomas More girls basketball program was not supposed to be a champion this season. → Read More

Prep basketball media poll: Stevens girls fall one spot ahead of SoDak 16

The final prep basketball media poll for the 2021-22 season → Read More

Central boys eliminated from playoffs after loss to Washington; Cobbler girls beaten by Warriors

The Sioux Falls Washington boys basketball team didn’t take a 20-point lead until the fourth quarter. → Read More

RC Christian’s state champion tennis duo sign National Letters of Intent

Homework is something Ella Hancock will have to get used to next school year. → Read More