Lynx Paws: Jan. 5, 2022

SDHSAA Prep Basketball

Standings/Seed Points

Class AA boys basketball

 1. Roosevelt (14) 4-0 70 1

2. O’Gorman 4-1 55 2

3. Pierre 4-0 37 5

4. Aberdeen Central 5-1 17 3

5. Mitchell 4-1 16 RV

Receiving votes: Harrisburg 8, Yankton 7.

 

Class AA girls basketball

1. Washington (14) 4-0 70 1

2. Brandon Valley 5-0 56 2

3. O’Gorman 2-1 38 3

4. RC Central 4-0 29 4

5. RC Stevens 4-1 16 5

Receiving votes: Watertown 1.

 

Splitrock Ladies Bowling League

The Splitrock Ladies bowled Dec. 21, coming away with the following results: High Team Game & Series, JSA Engineers/Land Surveyors, 935 & 2,721; High Individual Game, Kathie Franz ,181; High Individual Series, Vickie Wielenga, 465.

Vickie Wielenga and Pat Paulsen both picked up the 2-7 split, and Joann Gundvaldson picked up the 2-7 split twice.

Jackie Engebretson, Conniee Saathoff and Marcia Bork all picked up the 4-5-7 split; and Bonnie Kramer picked up the 5-7 split.

 

Summit League implements ‘no contest’ policy

The Summit League’s Joint Council voted Dec. 28 unanimously to change its COVID-19 No Contest policy for the remainder of the 2021-22 men’s and women’s basketball league season.
Originally, teams that were unable to play a scheduled league game due to positive COVID-19 cases and/or quarantine requirements would have to forfeit those contests this season, impacting league standings.
The approved adjustment allows for institutions to request that the league declare games as no contests if a team does not have eight or more players and one or more coaches available due to COVID-19 protocols. If a team does not have that number of players or coaches due to COVID-19 protocols or local health authorities require a team to discontinue participation, the game will be declared a no contest and will not be rescheduled.
For seeding purposes regarding The Summit League Basketball Championships, if teams have played a different number of League games due to no contests, winning percentage will be used as the first criteria to determine seeds.
Any changes to COVID-19 policies regarding spring sports sponsored by The Summit League will be discussed at a later date.

 

Register now for BVBA spring high school baseball 

Registrations for Brandon Valley High School’s spring baseball season is now underway by the Brandon Valley Baseball Association. Register online through Friday, Jan. 11, 2022, at brandonvalleybaseball.com 

Registration is open to players living within the Brandon Valley School District in grades 9-12. The registration fee for the 2022 spring season is $550 per player ($400 in registration fees and $150 in fundraising fees. Late registrations will be accepted pending program space availability. Late registrants must be approved by the BVBA board and receive a password to complete their registration. A $25 late fee will be assessed for all late registrations. 

Prior to any practice, all players must have their registration fee paid along with their physical and eligibility paperwork submitted to the BVHS office. 

A $200 deposit is required at uniform handout. This process will be handled by the Brandon Valley Booster Club.

The BVBA/BV Booster Club will furnish a hat, coat, and jersey. Players must furnish their own pants, sock, belts, and undershirts.

 

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