Hogue chooses the state of Oklahoma
SIOUX CITY – Bishop Heelan High School graduate Brant Hogue is heading to the Big 12.
The former Crusaders pitcher announced on social media Monday that he was committed to the state of Oklahoma.
Hogue has been to Iowa Western and last season was 2-1 with a 5.40 ERA. He has appeared in 12 games, including one start.
He logged 20 innings and struck out 28 batters during that span. He allowed 16 hits, including three doubles.
As a senior, Hogue found himself in the All-MRAC and All-State teams. He was also a member of the Journal’s All-Northwest Iowa team.
As a pitcher, Hogue led the RMCA with a 0.33 ERA in 21 innings for a 4-0 record. He struck out 32 batters, which was tied for second in the league. He only walked three and his opponents only hit 0.093 against him despite having a WHIP of 0.48. At home plate, Hogue produced .388 with three doubles, 12 runs scored and nine RBIs. He has hit just three times in 49 at-bat appearances.
Oklahoma State went 36-19-1 in 2021. During the Big 12, the Cowboys were 12-12.
Sims receives national honor
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The 2021 Morningside University football team continued to be part of the landscapes of Great Plains Athletic Conference Player of the Week and NAIA National Player of the Week with the announcement on Monday.
For the fifth time in seven occasions, head coach Steve Ryan’s Mustangs, ranked No. 3 on the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics poll, have been recognized. Senior running back Anthony Sims (Fort Lauderdale, Fla.) Resumed a series of remarkable performances in a 62-7 win at Hastings College on October 9.
He set a new Morningside and GPAC record for touchdowns with six, including five in the first half. It was his third outing in a row with multiple touchdowns, as Sims has scored 14 in his last three outings. That day, he covered 203 yards on 12 carries for an impressive 16.9 yards per carry.
American football enters the Top 25
VERMILLION, SD – A victory over nationally ranked North Dakota on Saturday propelled South Dakota into the nationwide rankings for the first time since last March. Coyotes (4-2, 2-1 MVFC) enter at No.21 in AFCA Coaching Poll with date with No.17 from North Iowa (3-2, 1-1) set at 4 p.m. Saturday in Cedar Falls, Iowa.
Saturday’s game is one of four clashes in the top 25 in the FCS table. Others include Sam Houston’s No.1 State to Jacksonville State No.22, South Illinois No.4 to North Dakota No.24, and North Dakota No.9. state of Montana at No.18 of state of Weber.
Seven Missouri Valley Football teams are ranked in the top 25, which equals the conference record that was set twice last spring. Valley had eight ranked teams for a week in 2014, but not in the same poll.
South Dakota have beaten a ranked team every year for nine straight seasons dating back to 2013. Saturday will be the first time USD and UNI meet in a top 25.