Boys ‘AA’ SoDak 16 Results: RC Central falls to Aberdeen Central
Black Hills State named RMAC Women's Basketball Champions
RAPID CITY, S.D. – The Rapid City Central boys basketball team was hoping to punch a ticket to State AA Tournament for the second year in a row.
The only team standing in their way was Aberdeen Central.
The two teams squared off on Saturday in the Class AA SoDak 16.
The Cobblers jumped out to a big lead in the first half.
Unfortunately, the Golden Eagles rallied in the second half and upset the Cobblers, 57-52.
Alec Voegele led Aberdeen Central with 16 points.
The Cobblers were led by Micah Swallow with 24 points and 15 rebounds.
Rapid City Central wraps up the season with a 11-9 record.
Meanwhile, Aberdeen Central advances to the State AA Tournament, March 18-20 in Rapid City.
The Golden Eagles will play top seeded Sioux Falls Washington in the first round.
Boys Basketball Class AA SoDak 16
Aberdeen Central 57, Rapid City Central 52
Brandon Valley 82, Rapid City Stevens 50
Harrisburg 68, Spearfish 42
Mitchell 66, Watertown 40
Sioux Falls O’Gorman 71, Pierre 41
Sioux Falls Roosevelt 59, Sioux Falls Lincoln 45
Sioux Falls Washington 67, Brookings 38
Yankton 78, Douglas 50
Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference
Women’s Basketball Finals
The Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference (RMAC) regretfully announces the cancellation of the #7 Black Hills State versus #1 Colorado School of Mines Championship contest in the 2021 RMAC Women’s Basketball Tournament. The game is declared a no contest following the application of COVID-19 protocols involving the Orediggers.
Following the predetermined RMAC policy, Black Hills State has been crowned the Tournament Champions and will receive the automatic bid to the National Collegiate Athletic Assocation (NCAA) Division II post season.
The remaning RMAC teams will now await the NCAA bracket release which is set for Sunday, March 7 at 8:00 p.m.
All-RMAC Tournament Team
Racquel Wientjes, BHSU
Morgan Ham, BHSU
Megan Engesser, BHSU
Courtney Stanton, CSM
Sammy Van Sickle, CSM
Samantha Coleman, WCU
Kylyn Rigsby, CMU
Summit League Men’s Basketball
No. 1 South Dakota State 84, No. 8 Omaha 71
No. 2 South Dakota 86, No. 7 Western Illinios 69
Summit League Women’s Basketball
No. 8 Omaha 52, No. 1 South Dakota State 40
No. 2 South Dakota 89, No. 7 Oral Roberts 66