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In Class A, Sioux Falls Ambush captured the class "A" South Dakota Amateur Basketball championship by defeating Aberdeen Tropics, 98-79. MVP Griffan Callahan led Sioux Falls with 28 points, while Jordan Miller and Skylar Bloch added 22 apiece, and Preston Broughton added 14. Joining MVP Callahan on the All-Tournament team were Sioux Falls' Miller, Taylor Newton from Aberdeen, Kevin Talley and Carl Johnson from Mitchell, Chad White and Tony Fiegen from Madison, Michael Tveidt from Sioux Falls Fischer-Rounds, and Tanner Weaver from Sturgis.
In Class B, Brookings defeated Watertown 109-107 in overtime to take the "B" division amateur basketball crown.  MVP Brayden Carlson led Brookings with 35 points, with Ryan Burggraff close behiind with 30.  Adam Fritz, who scored the only points in overtime, added 21.  Joining MVP Carlson on the All-Tourney team were Brookings' Burggraff, Tetzlaff and Kyle Weisner from Watertown, Chase Reid from Huron, Doug Hanson from Lenno, Kyle Kurth from Pierre, Clem Robinson from Sturgis, Chris Punt from Mitchell, and Devin Veurink from Corsica.

413-5352Kyle Johnson - President
312 Windsong Place
Lennox, SD 57309
     (C)  605-413-5352


Blake Proefrock - Vice President

2313 Blue Bell Dr.
Sturgis, SD 57785
(C) 605-645-6841

Tim Trooien 
19995 478th Ave.
White, SD 57276
Ph (H)  605-629-6821
     (C)  605-695-6821


Ace Boshee
39392 116th St.
Columbia, SD 57433
Ph (H)  605-396-2413
      (C)  605-228-9372

Mike Sprenger
PO Box 512
Presho, SD 57568
Ph (H)  605-895-2231
      (C)  605-830-1836

Rich Vrooman
212 E. 4th Ave.
Redfield, SD 57469
Ph (C) 605-460-0387

Marv Ryan
630 3rd Ave, SW
Watertown, SD 57201
Ph(C) 605-881-8888



                                                                                                                  SOUTH DAKOTA AMATEUR BASKETBALL HALL OF FAME
                                                                                                                              Officially dedicated builing site in 2017 in Presho, SD
The SDABA board of directors has officially approved an excellent building site on Main Street in Presho to give the South Dakota Amateur Basketball Hall of Fame a permanent location.  The SDABA is grateful to the town of Presho and its citizens for making this site available and thus making a permanent location for the preservation of the history of South Dakota amateur basketball possible and memorable.

While this is a great start to a great facility and the history it will represent, to make this institution a destination the entire state can be proud of, we need your help and financial support.

The SDABA is asking any former players, family, and friends to provide us with any contact information you may have for our Hall of Fame members.  The Association is also looking for any tournament memorabilia that we may permanently display in our new facility in Presho.

The Association also expects to incur substantial expense to bring this facility to where it needs to be to proudly display our seventy plus year history.  Please consider a tax deductible contribution to insure that Presho and the state of South Dakota can be proud of our facility for decades to come.

For more information on how you can help, please contact any of the SDABA board members, or Mike Sprenger, 605-830-1836 or or Kyle Johnston, 605-413-5322 or or Tim Trooien, 605-695-6821 or
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