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Area basketball: TDA girls beat Platte-Geddes in OT for postseason win

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Gregory 44, Colome 39

PLATTE — The Tripp-Delmont/Armour girls’ basketball team defeated Platte-Geddes 65-54 in a District 11B first-round overtime victory Monday.

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Hannah Just scored a team-best 21 points, Erica Koster tallied 15 points and Jessica Sandau added 13 points and 12 rebounds for a double-double in the win. The Nighthawks were 22-of-40 from the field, 17-of-28 from the line and recorded 35 rebounds and nine turnovers.

Josie DeGroot scored 22 points and added 15 rebounds for a double-double and Brianna Erickson had 14 points for the Black Panthers, who were 21-of-63 from the field, 9-of-22 from the line and had 40 rebounds and 20 turnovers.

Platte-Geddes finished the season 7-14, while TDA (6-15) plays Kimball/White Lake in the semifinals of the District 11B tournament at 7 p.m. today in White Lake.

PG 8 22 38 50 54

TDA 11 28 36 50 65

Gregory 44, Colome 39

COLOME — Briana Leber scored a game-high 15 points as the Gregory girls’ basketball team topped Colome 44-39 Monday to advance in the District 12B tournament.

Megan Preslicka added 12 points, while Courtney Opbroek tallied 10 points and nine rebounds for the Gorillas, who were 13-of-42 from the field, 16-of-25 from the line and had 34 rebounds and 14 turnovers.

Taylor Hrabanek had a team-best 13 points and Rebecca Moorhead brought down a game-high 11 rebounds for Colome, which was 14-of-73 from the floor, 6-of-9 from the line and had 37 team rebounds and 10 turnovers.

Gregory faces No. 1 Avon in the semifinals of the District 12B tournament at 7 p.m. Thursday in Avon. Colome finishes the season 6-15.

C 9 14 26 39

G 11 19 33 44

Marty Indian 65, Andes Central 45

MARTY — The Marty Indian girls’ basketball team had three players score in double figures and beat Andes Central 65-45 in a District 12B tournament game.

The Eagles were 52 percent from the field, committed 25 turnovers and had 43 rebounds.

Marty recorded 17 turnovers and 22 steals.

Marty Indian (13-8) advances to play No. 2 Burke/South Central at 7 p.m. Thursday in Burke, while Andes Central ends its season 3-18.

M 17 30 43 65

AC 16 27 36 45

Menno 55, Parker 35

FREEMAN — Fifth-seeded Menno defeated fourth-seeded Parker 55-35 Monday in the first round of the District 9B girls’ basketball tournament.

Abby Herrboldt scored 16 points, Kylee Kessler recorded 12 points and eight rebounds, Kaylee Kessler had 12 points and Tara Spencer added seven rebounds in the win. Menno was 22-of-47 from the field, 11-of-19 from the line and had 10 turnovers and 26 rebounds.

Parker’s Rylie Christensen had 11 points and Lauren Hunstad scored 14. The Pheasants were 13-of-53 from the field, 8-of-13 from the line and had 25 rebounds and 16 turnovers.

Menno (5-16) plays No. 1 Freeman in the District 9B semifinals at 6:30 p.m. today at Freeman Academy, while Parker ends its season at 2-19.

Marion 47, Freeman Academy 24

FREEMAN — Devin Nelson had 15 points in Marion’s 47-24 victory in the first round of the District 9B girls’ basketball tournament Monday.

Renae Kaegser added four rebounds for the Bears, who were 20-of-52 from the field, 6-of-9 from the line and had 13 turnovers and 18 rebounds.

Hannah Yoder led Freeman Academy with nine points and four rebounds, while Bethany Wollman added a game-high eight rebounds. The Bobcats were 9-of-37 from the field, 6-of-10 from the line and had 21 turnovers and 27 rebounds.

Marion (6-15) plays Scotland in the District 9B semifinals at 8 p.m. today at Freeman Academy, while Freeman Academy ends its season at 0-19.

Boys basketball

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 78, Bridgewater-Emery 38

WOONSOCKET — Brady Tiede had 12 points and 11 rebounds for a double-double in Sanborn Central/Woonsocket’s 78-38 win over Bridgewater-Emery Monday in high school boys’ basketball action.

Dillon Moore and Davion Brooks each had 17 points in the win. The Blackhawks were 30-of-56 from the field and were 54 percent from the line. SCW recorded 14 turnovers and 36 rebounds and won the JV game 61-23.

Jerret Weber scored a game-high 19 points and Wade Miller had 10 points for the Huskies, who were 15-of-53 from the field, 7-of-9 from the line and had 22 turnovers and 21 rebounds. Sawyer Wollmann brought down a team-high six rebounds.

SCW (17-3) and the Huskies (7-13) head into district play next week.

BE 12 20 32 38

SCW 1741 65 78

McCook Central/Montrose 70, Mount Vernon/Plankinton 47

MOUNT VERNON — The McCook Central/Montrose boys’ basketball team scored 31 first-quarter points en route to beating Mount Vernon/Plankinton 70-47 Monday.

Will Gottlob had 14 points and a game-high eight rebounds in the win. Cole Cheeseman added 10 points and Tim Gassman recorded 13 points and two assists for the Fighting Cougars, who were 29-of-40 from the field, 7-of-11 from the line and had 26 rebounds and 13 turnovers.

Deric Denning scored a game-high 26 points for the Titans, who were 21-of-48 from the field, 2-of-2 from the line and had 15 rebounds and 11 turnovers.

MCM (10-9) hosts Baltic Friday in Montrose, while MVP (9-11) plays in the region tournament next week.

MCM 31 45 57 70

MVP 16 26 43 47

Canistota 54, Colman-Egan 46

COLMAN — The Canistota Hawks had three players score in double figures in a 54-46 win over Colman-Egan Monday in a high school boys’ basketball game.

Mason Decker had a team-best 18 points, Drew Seubert scored 17 and Shay Jolley added 12 points in the win. Jacob Buseman had a team-high seven rebounds for Canistota, who were 25-of-47 from the field, 3-of-18 from the line and had six turnovers and 21 rebounds.

Josh Giese had 21 points, while Ellis Howard added 14 points and 12 rebounds for a double-double for Colman-Egan, which was 21-of-43 from the field and 2-of-4 from the line.

Canistota (11-9) and Colman-Egan (4-16) begin district play next week.

C 15 30 40 54

CE 14 24 30 46

Wagner 61, Marty Indian 48

WAGNER — Derek Soukup recorded a double-double with 15 points and 18 rebounds as the Wagner boys’ basketball team beat Marty Indian 61-48 Monday.

Noah St. Pierre added 15 points and Lukas Young had seven rebounds for the Red Raiders, who were 21-of-51 from the field, 15-of-22 from the line and had 32 turnovers and 44 rebounds.

Marty was led by Ziomar Zephier with 18 points. The Braves were 17-of-58 from the line and 11-of-20 from the line.

Wagner (10-10) and Marty (15-5) begin postseason play next week.

W 8 22 46 61

MI 10 25 32 48

Corsica/Stickney 57, Parkston 48

PARKSTON — Corsica/Stickney had three players score in double figures as the Jaguars defeated Parkston 57-48 Monday in high school boys’ basketball action.

Darren Fallis had a team-best 19 points and seven rebounds, Austin Tilton added 15 points and Eli Van Roekel scored 11 points in the win. The Jaguars were 20-of-38 from the field, 11-of-23 from the line and had 20 rebounds.

Parkston’s Jalen Hurley led all players with 24 points and Spencer Lucas had a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds. The Trojans were 16-of-51 from the field, 12-of-12 from the line and had 29 rebounds.

Corsica/Stickney (12-8) and Parkston (13-7) begin postseason play next week.

CS 12 27 35 57

P 12 18 30 48

Hanson 77, Scotland 44

SCOTLAND — Jordan Marquardt scored 29 points to lead the Hanson boys’ basketball team in a 77-44 win over Scotland in the final regular-season game for both teams Monday in Scotland.

Sam Vander Stouwe added 22 points for the Beavers (16-4), while Marquardt chipped in six rebounds and four steals. Hanson shot 31-of-57 from the field and 5-of-9 at the free-throw line, while outrebounding the Highlanders 29-20.

Scotland (5-15) was led by Tanner Skorepa with 14 points, while Seth Ireland added 13 points in the loss. The Highlanders shot 15-of-48 from the field and 10-of-17 from the free-throw line.

Both teams start district play next week in Freeman.

H 21 35 63 77

S 9 20 39 44

Postponed games:

Winner against Crow Creek was postponed to Friday in Winner due to weather in the area.

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