PIERRE, S.D. (AP) — South Dakota's High School Activities Association says it is working to address issues uncovered during a recent audit.

KELO-TV reports that the issues included in the Department of Legislative Audit report included missing money from a corporate sponsor, unreported financial account transfers and inadequate receipts for credit card expenses.

The audit also identified some expenses that were not properly reimbursed by staff members. The report says the association paid for 24 tickets to a Boston Red Sox game during a national meeting in Boston, and that some staff members did not reimburse the association as expected.

Association Executive Director Wayne Carney says that money has since been repaid, and that the association is working to address all of the issues. He says the association takes the audit "very seriously."

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