Ian Frazer, argusleader

Ian Frazer


Sioux Falls, SD, United States

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Past articles by Ian:

Battle of unbeatens LIVE: Washington vs. Roosevelt

Stay with argusleader.com tonight for live coverage of the final regular season of high school football.We'll have a doubleheader from Howard Wood Field tonight as Lincoln takes on O'Gorman at 5 p.m. and Washington faces Roosevelt at 8 p.m. → Read More

USF covers familiar ground in win over Augustana

A year after USF fell to Augustana for the first time since 2012, the first year with both teams in Division II, the Cougars took home a 35-20 victory on Saturday at Kirkeby-Over Stadium to take back the Key to the City trophy and extend their undefe → Read More

USF beats Bemidji State behind huge third quarter push

Josh Angulo dove to his left, caught the low throw from Corbin Lawler and bolted. He sprinted out of the end zone, along the sideline and up to the leftmost set of benches, where the Cougars gather with their coordinators between series. → Read More

Live at 6: Washington vs. R.C. Central #ArgusPreps

Stay with argusleader.com tonight for updates and live video from high school football tonight. → Read More

Under Hodgen, Madison has ascended to football power

MADISON The road leading into Madison, a town of roughly 7,000, plus the students at Dakota State University, bears no markers of success in high school sports. → Read More

Live at 6: Harrisburg at Roosevelt #ArgusPreps

Stay with argusleader.com for live coverage of high school football as Roosevelt hosts Harrisburg at 6 p.m. from Howard Wood Field. → Read More

Presidents Bowl: Freshness is key for Washington in win

Lincoln battled Washington fiercely on Saturday night in the second game of the Presidents Bowl at Howard Wood Field, but the Warriors' excess of talent on offense was more than the Patriots could handle. → Read More

Live at 3:30: Presidents Bowl doubleheader

Stay with argusleader.com tonight for live video of the Presidents Bowl doubleheader. → Read More

Kpeayeh, Johannsen burst onto scene as Warriors top Lynx

BRANDON — The disappointment Brandon Valley felt on Saturday night after losing 27-22 to Washington could also be accented with a sense of dread. → Read More

School dress codes tend to stay out of sports

Katie Patrick believes in school dress codes. She thinks modesty in school is important and is a reflection of the respect you have for teachers, peers and the learning environment. → Read More

Running backs, return game on Augie's radar in fall camp

At the Augustana football team's media day in 2015, C.J. Ham sat to the left of Vikings head coach Jerry Olszewski. Ham answered one question by saying he felt more confident than ever in the team, especially the coaching staff. → Read More

USF football stays competitive, drama-free in fall camp

This is Nate Lucs' last fall camp as a member of the USF football team, and the senior linebacker is trying to make sure he doesn't forget it, by "living in the moment," taking "mental snapshots" and deploying other sentimental tricks. → Read More

Olympics are in sight for former Augie runner Yak

When Paul Yak runs in the Gold Coast Airport Marathon in Australia on July 2, it will be a culmination of his evolution as a runner since his days at Augustana, when he ran cross country and the 5,000 and 10,000-meter races. → Read More

Neu's involvement with Sioux Wheelers has father-son roots

To play basketball with his son, Bryce, Dick Neu sits himself in a wheelchair with a blue metal frame, wheels that are slanted inwards and a bar welded around the base. → Read More

Canaries fall in blowout for fifth straight loss

It might have been the scalding late-afternoon heat at Sioux Falls Stadium, or maybe the baseball hangover from Friday night's 18-10 result. → Read More

Miller, Knight draw packed house at Sanford Legends basketball clinic

Mike Miller, the Mitchell native and Denver Nuggets swingman, stood next to a practice court at the Sanford Pentagon on Saturday, a cacophony of bouncing basketballs almost drowning out his voice, and considered what keeps him coming back to SIoux Fa → Read More

Augustana, USF athletes wrap up track and field season at nationals

The Augustana and USF track and field teams wrapped up the spring season on Saturday at the NCAA Division II championships in Bradenton, Florida. → Read More

Augie finishes 10th, Toivonen 9th at D-II golf championship

The Vikings turned in a strong performance overall at the Division II championship, finishing 10th in the country. → Read More

Brennan on Badlands Speedway: 'It's going to blow everyone away'

The totally revamped Badlands Motor Speedway in Brandon hosts its first races this weekend. → Read More

SDSU baseball tops Minnesota with 10th-inning walk-off

BROOKINGS -- In the grand scheme of the season, the South Dakota State baseball team’s 7-6 win over Minnesota at Erv Huether Field on Tuesday had little meaning. The Jackrabbits entered the game 12 games under . → Read More