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Area basketball roundup 12/20/2013 Chamberlain girls beat Parkston

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Area basketball roundup 12/20/2013 Chamberlain girls beat Parkston
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CHAMBERLAIN — Kennedy Wagner recorded a game-high 19 points and 12 rebounds for a double-double in Chamberlain’s 51-45 victory over Parkston Friday in high school girls’ basketball action.

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Abbey Handel had 10 points and Dawson Munger added eight in the win. Handel and Munger each brought down seven rebounds for the Cubs, who were 15-of-69 from the field 16-of-25 from the line.

Chamberlain outrebounded Parkston 46-27.

Jessica Alley scored 14 points and Justine Alley tallied 10. Sadie Schoenfelder, Hallie Heisinger and Sydney Weber each had six rebounds for the Trojans, who was 15-of-48 from the field and 12-of-22 from the line.

Chamberlain (2-1) won the JV game and plays Belle Fourche at the East/West Classic Dec. 28 in Chamberlain, while Parkston (0-4) plays Centerville in the Parkston Classic Dec. 28.

C 10 18 31 51

P 7 9 25 45

Winner 80, Colome 29

COLOME — Cassidy Hanson had 18 points to lead the Winner girls’ basketball team to an 80-29 win over Colome Friday.

Kelsey Bertram had 16 points and five steals and Sara Husher added nine rebounds and five assists.

Colome’s Coralie Heath had seven points and Mariah Kinzer brought down seven rebounds.

Winner (3-0) hosts Wall Dec. 28, while Colome (2-2) plays Cody-Kilgore (Neb.) today on the road.

W 20 41 66 80

C 3 12 16 29

Hanson 79, Menno 29

ALEXANDRIA — The Hanson girls’ basketball team shot 61 percent from the field to beat the Menno Wolves 79-29 Friday.

Kynedi Cheeseman and Sydney Dodd led the way for the Beavers, who are now 4-0.

Cheeseman tallied 16 points and five assists, while Dodd had 14 points and five assists.

Katlyn Schroeder chipped in with 10 points and six steals for Hanson, which grabbed 20 rebounds.

Menno was led by Tara Spencer, who scored seven points and grabbed three rebounds.

Kylee Kessler and Lindzie Vaith also had three rebounds for the Wolves, who were 11-of-35 from the field.

Menno was 4-of-9 from the free throw line and had 11 rebounds.

Hanson won the JV game 39-12.

Menno (0-4) plays Freeman Academy Jan. 3, in Freeman, while Hanson plays Marion Monday in Marion.

H 26 44 67 79

M 4 13 22 29

Howard 48,

McCook Central/Montrose 42

SALEM — Kelsey Dawson recorded a double-double to help the Howard girls’ basketball team beat McCook Central/Montrose 48-42 Friday.

Dawson tallied 14 points and 14 rebounds for the Tigers. Mariah Noid chipped in with 13 points and three rebounds, while Taylor Noid had 11 points, three assists and two steals.

Howard was 13-of-49 from the field and 18-of-32 from the free-throw line.

MCM was led by Brianna Painter. She recorded 16 points, six rebounds, four steals and two assists.

Morgan Koepsell chipped in with nine points and seven rebounds, while Nicole Roth had seven points and nine rebounds for the Fighting Cougars.

MCM grabbed 46 rebounds and shot 32 percent from the field.

Howard (1-2) hosts Sanborn Central/Woonsocket Monday in Howard, while MCM (2-1) plays Tea Area Monday in Tea.

MCM 11 26 38 42

H 16 24 33 48

Freeman 76, Canistota 57

FREEMAN — Five Freeman girls’ basketball players scored in double-figures to help the Flyers beat Canistota 76-57 Friday.

Shelby Jensen led the way for Freeman with 19 points, Mady Pravecek wasn’t far behind with 16 points. Nicole Saarie added 13 points, while Taylor Hermsen and Erika Sage each had 11 points.

Freeman was 28-of-57 from the field and 13-of-23 from the free-throw line.

Canistota was led by Chloe Nielsen, who had 13 points. Jenny Hofer had 12 points and 11 rebounds for the Hawks, while Morgan Larson tallied 11 points and seven rebounds.

Canistota was 19-of-48 from the field and grabbed 37 rebounds.

Freeman (3-0) plays Platte-Geddes today in Platte, while Canistota (3-2) plays Deuel Dec. 30 in Brookings.

F 15 34 53 76

C 23 33 39 57

Platte-Geddes 46, Gregory 32

GREGORY — Brianna Erickson had 17 points to lead the Platte-Geddes girls’ basketball team to a 46-32 win over Gregory Friday.

Heidi Ringling and Brandi Cwach each added nine points for the Black Panthers, who shot 56 percent from the field.

Alexis Peterson grabbed 10 of Platte-Geddes’ 28 rebounds.

Gregory was led by Courtney Opbroek, who scored 13 points. Briana Leber chipped in with six points and nine rebounds.

Allison Sundquist added seven rebounds for Gregory, which shot 27 percent from the field.

Gregory (1-3) plays Mount Vernon/Plankinton next on Jan. 3, in Plankinton, while Platte-Geddes (1-2) hosts Freeman today in Platte.

PG 14 21 26 46

G 5 15 25 32

West Central 65, Wagner 45

WAGNER — The Wagner girls’ basketball fell to West Central 65-45 Friday.

Wagner shot 14-of-46 from the field and 12-of-20 from the free-throw line.

Ali Kuca led the way for the Red Raiders with nine points. Emily Brunsing chipped in with nine points and eight rebounds.

West Central was led by Mackenzie Stone, who tallied 17 points. Madison Kuehl added 16 points and Kylia Hanisch had 12 points.

West Central shot 52 percent from the field and grabbed 25 rebounds.

Wagner (0-2) plays Dakota Christian today in New Holland, while West Central (4-0) plays Tea Area Dec. 28 in Tea.

W 6 19 34 45

WC 11 35 49 65

Boys’ basketball

McCook Central/Montrose 71, Howard 12

SALEM — The McCook Central/ Montrose boys’ basketball team scored 41 first-half points en route to beating Howard 71-12 Friday.

Will Gottlob had a game-high 15 points and six rebounds, while Matthew Fee had 11 points for the Fighting Cougars, who had 41 total rebounds. MCM shot 51 percent from the field and 75 percent from the line.

Howard’s leading scorer was David Noid with six. The Tigers shot 50 percent from the line.

Howard (0-3) plays Sanborn Central/Woonsocket Monday, while MCM (2-1) plays Miller in the Parkston Classic Dec. 30.

Bon Homme 71, Scotland 44

TYNDALL — Jon Barrett scored 25 points on 10-of-22 shooting to lift Bon Homme past Scotland 71-44 Friday in high school boys’ basketball action.

Scott Van Winkle added 18 points and nine rebounds, Scott Wieseler had 16 points and Barrett added nine rebounds in the win. The Cavaliers shot 31-of-63 from the floor and 7-of-11 from the line and had 15 turnovers.

Scotland’s Shaye Bloch had a team-high 12 points and six rebounds, while Tanner Skorepa had nine rebounds. The Highlanders shot 33 percent from the field and 54 percent from the line and had 10 turnovers.

Bon Homme (1-1) won the JV game 40-29 and hosts Irene-Wakonda Friday, while Scotland (1-2) play Alcester-Hudson Dec. 28 in Alcester.

BH 16 34 54 71

S 11 19 32 44

Miller 69, Winner 64

WINNER — The Miller boys’ basketball team beat Winner 69-64 for its first win of the season Friday.

Miller was led by Beau Keeter and Hayden Herman, who each had 17 points.

Miller was 24-of-45 from the field.

Nate Galbraith led the way for Winner with 24 points, nine rebounds and five assists.

Brendan Harter chipped in with 12 points and 10 rebounds for the double-double. Sam Naasz added 10 points for the Warriors, who shot 24-of-54 from the field and grabbed 27 rebounds.

Winner won the JV game.

Miller (1-2) plays McCook Central/Montrose Dec. 30 at the Parkston Classic, while Winner (1-1)plays Lyman Dec. 28 in Winner.

W 12 24 43 64

M 12 38 49 69

Parkston 50, Chamberlain 46

CHAMBERLAIN — The Parkston boys’ basketball team rebounded from an early deficit to top Chamberlain 50-46 Friday in Chamberlain.

Spencer Lucas led the Trojans (2-0) with 18 points and eight rebounds, while Ty Kinneberg added 12 points.

Chamberlain (1-1) got a game-high 24 points from Skyler Bertram, who shot 9-of-15 from the field and made six 3-pointers. Hudson Priebe added eight points and nine rebounds in the loss.

The Trojans outrebounded the Cubs 28 to 25. Chamberlain was 18-of-47 from the field, while Parkston shot 16 of 42.

Chamberlain won the JV game and will play Douglas in the East/West Classic on Dec. 28 in Chamberlain. Parkston plays Dakota Valley in the Parkston Classic Dec. 30 in Parkston.

P 8 24 36 50

C 16 23 37 46