The fifth annual Spearfish Polar Plunge went off without a hitch last Sunday, where a large crowd cheered on those brave enough to plunge into the 52 degree water. The plunge was held at the Spearfish Recreation and Aquatic Center as a fundraiser for the Special Olympics South Dakota. At the front... Read more »
Cynthia Herndon goes to Main Street Square in Rapid City to talk about the skating rink, cold weather, and the Winter Olympics.
Student support at games has made a difference in the outcome as a bigger cheering section can lead to increased morale. Home-field advantage has been a long debated phenomenon. There may not be a lot of proof to back up the energy it gives to players, but go to a game where there is a lot of local... Read more »
The Black Hills State University Women’s softball team began their 2014 season over the weekend. They traveled down to Las Vegas where they played a series of five games in three days at the Desert Stinger Tournament. They started out by playing Western Washington (17-7) and Augustana (12-2) on Friday.... Read more »
Two outstanding Yellow Jacket athletes made Black Hills State University high jump history. Senior, Paige Follett broke the women’s high jump record with a 5 ft and 5 pt inch jump. Junior, Jacob Wilson broke the men's high jump record with a 6ft and 9.5 inch jump. Their provisional mark and automatic... Read more »