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May 7—A University of Jamestown baseball team looking for a spark nearly got one Thursday in Crete, Nebraska. Senior starting pitcher Dru Fitz tossed seven brilliant innings for the Jimmies to open Great Plains Athletic Conference tournament play facing the Lancers of Mount Marty but ran out of gas leading 1-0 in the eighth. The Lancers plated four runs in the frame, with the knockout blow ... Read more from OnSachem News.

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May 7—SIOUX CITY — The Morningside College softball team will have to wait to learn its national tournament fate. The 13th-nationally-ranked Mustangs lost their second game of the Great Plains Athletic Conference tournament at Jensen Complex to Concordia in a 4-0 loss. In fact, the Bulldogs beat the Mustangs twice in the double-elimination tournament. Concordia was the No. 3 seed of the Sioux ... Read more from OnSachem News.

May 7—SEWARD, Neb. — Behind a dominant performance from Jacob Wesselmann, the Briar Cliff baseball team opened the GPAC Postseason Tournament with a 12-1 win Thursday over Morningside. Wesselmann (8-2) threw nine strong innings to pick up his eighth complete game of the season. He surrendered just one unearned run and seven hits while striking out 10 batters. "Always great to start 1-0 in the ... Read more from OnSachem News.

May 7—Ben Anteau, a senior at JHS, placed third in the 3200-meter run at the Howard Wood Dakota Relays in Sioux Falls, South Dakota with a time of 9 minutes, 13 seconds — a personal best by 20 seconds and the 10th fastest time ever run by a North Dakota high school athlete. The senior also ran a PR in the one-mile race with a time of 4:22.80. Katie Falk has been an anchor on the field for the ... Read more from OnSachem News.