The three Dell Rapids Teener teams and the Dell Rapids Legion team are off to great starts early in their respective 2013 seasons. The four teams are a combined 14-6 on the year.
The Dell Rapids Legion team is 4-0 with wins over Renner, Vermillion, Canton and Flandreau to start the season. The legion team is averaging 10.25 runs per game while allowing just 4.25 runs per game. The legion team will host Madison Wednesday, June 12th, and then travel to Canton on Thursday, June 13th in upcoming action.
The Dell Rapids 15-16 Teeners are 2-1 on the year with wins over Humboldt 15s and Flandreau. Their only loss came against Chancellor on June 6th. The team is averaging 11 runs per game right now. They will host Harrisburg on Thursday, June 13th at 7:00 p.m.
The Dell Rapids 13-14 Kerzman Teener team is 3-3 on the year, picking up wins against Volga, Watertown White Sox, and Madison Gold 13. They are averaging 7.33 runs per game. They will be playing in Garretson on Friday, June 14th, against the Humboldt Mavericks, and then will play in Flandreau on Saturday, June 15th, against Madison Maroon 13 and Flandreau.
The Dell Rapids 13-14 Miller Teener team is 5-2 with wins over Volga, Flandreau, Renner Post 307 Black, Dell Rapids 13-14 Kerzman, and Baltic. They are averaging 8 runs per game. Head coach Danny Miller said, “We let one close game get away from us in Madison, but won a close one in Renner with Elijah Story delivering a final inning two out hit, driving in Ross Wiebenga for the game winning run. The older kids have been swinging the bats well, and the first year teeners are starting to settle in. Austin Ellingson, Nate McKee, Mason Peter, and Eric Klein have been exceptional on the mound.” They will face Madison Gold 13 in Flandreau on Friday, June 14th. Then they will play Crooks in Flandreau on Saturday, June 15th, and the Humboldt Trojans in Garretson on June 15th.
All the teams’ schedule and results can be found by hovering over the Sports tab at the top of the Big Sioux Media website, and then by hovering over the teams’ respective age group.