Area high school basketball: Andes Central boys top Scotland
SCOTLAND — Darrin Hopkins had 12 points and eight rebounds to help the Andes Central boys’ basketball team beat Scotland 49-45 Friday.
Chris Bad Hand chipped in with two steals and Joey Evans had two assists.
The Eagles were 21-of-50 from the field and 6-of-7 from the free-throw line.
Shaye Bloch had 13 points and 11 rebounds for Scotland. Seth Ireland added 14 pints, while Anthony Walloch had eight rebounds.
The Highlanders were 18-of-66 from the field and 2-of-10 from the free-throw line.
Scotland won the JV game 38-33.
Scotland (3-6) plays Alcester Hudson today at the Tri-Valley Classic in Alcester, while Andes Central (3-4) hosts Parkston Monday in Lake Andes.
AC 18 26 36 49
S 11 20 28 45
Gregory 51, Burke/South Central 49 BURKE — Gavin Thomas hit a jump shot with eight seconds left to give the Gregory boys’ basketball team a 51-49 win over Burke/South Central Friday.
Thomas would finish with a game-high 20 points. Robert Vomacka chipped in with nine points.
BSC (5-4) was led by Sam Hazen, who scored 15 points and grabbed 22 rebounds. Dell Drey added 14 points, while Zach Sebern had 12 points for the Cougars. The Gorillas won the JV game.
BSC plays Viborg-Hurley at the Tri-Valley Classic today in Alcester, while Gregory (7-2) hosts Kimball/White Lake Thursday in Gregory.
BSC 10 26 39 49 G 12 30 43 51
Mount Vernon/Plankinton 50, Tri-Valley 47 COLTON — Deric Denning scored his 1,000th point as the Mount Vernon/Plankinton boys’ basketball team beat Tri-Valley 50-47 Friday.
Denning had 19 points in the game. Tate Deinert chipped in with 10 points, five rebounds and five assists and Cody Renken added seven rebounds for the Titans.
Brendon Boomsma led the way for Tri-Valley with 17 points.
MVP (7-2) plays Canton today in Canton.
TV 18 28 40 47 MVP 13 32 42 50
Chamberlain 79, Todd County 59 CHAMBERLAIN — Skyler Bertram had 23 points to help the Chamberlain boys’ basketball team beat Todd County 79-59 Friday.
Hudson Priebe chipped in with 14 points and seven steals. Reuben Estes added 13 points and Chris Schwartz had eight rebounds. Chamberlain was 32-of-65 from the field and 7-of-12 from the free-throw line.
Matt Dunham had 11 points and 10 rebounds for Todd County.
Chamberlain (6-2) won the JV game and plays Bon Homme today in Tyndall.
C 19 33 61 79 TC 13 26 47 59
Menno 52, Bridgewater-Emery 39
MENNO — Chet Peterson had 20 points and five steals to help the Menno boys’ basketball team beat Bridgewater-Emery 53-39 Friday.
Dustin Lehr chipped in with 13 points, while Dylan Lehr had 12 points. Caleb Preszler added nine rebounds for the Wolves, who were 16-of-44 from the field.
Wade Miller and Jerret Weber each had 14 points for Bridgewater-Emery. Weber also had eight rebounds, while Miller had two assists.
BE was 16-of-52 from the field and had 33 rebounds. The Huskies won the JV game 37-27.
Menno (3-4) hosts Ethan Monday in Menno, while BE (2-6) plays Marion Tuesday in Bridgewater.
M 10 26 38 52
BE 14 21 29 39
Corsica/Stickney 80, Kimball/White Lake 37
STICKNEY — Five players scored in double figures for Corsica/Stickney in an 80-37 win over Kimball/White Lake Friday in Stickney.
Darren Fallis led the Jaguars with 20 points, while Nick Blom added 15. Eli Van Roekel, Clayton Menning and Walker Baan Hofman each added 10 points. Van Roekel chipped in with six assists and five steals.
The WiLdKats got 13 points and seven rebounds from Eathen Gaulke, while Riley Talbott contributed 10 points and seven rebounds in the loss.
KWL outrebounded CS 41-23, but had 31 turnovers to five from the Jaguars.
CS (6-3) won the JV game 34-27 and plays Dakota Christian Tuesday in Stickney, while KWL (0-10) plays Gregory Thursday in Gregory.
KWL 6 17 24 37
CS 21 41 52 80
Sioux Valley 70, McCook Central/Montrose 33
MONTROSE — The No. 4 Sioux Valley boys’ basketball team defeated McCook Central/Montrose 70-33 Friday.
Will Gottlob had a team-high 15 points and eight rebounds for the Fighting Cougars, who shot 25 percent from the field and 58 percent from the line.
Sioux Valley’s Tayt Vincent had 16 points.
MCM (5-4) plays Flandreau Friday, while Sioux Valley (10-0) plays Chester Area Tuesday.
SV 24 37 49 70
MCM 6 11 21 33
Ethan 62, Canistota 50
ETHAN — Camden Myers, Blake Bartscher and Jace Connor each recorded double-doubles to help the Ethan boys’ basketball team beat Canistota 62-50 Friday.
Myers tallied 23 points and 13 rebounds, Bartscher had 19 points and 10 assists and Jace Connor scored 13 points and grabbed 10 rebounds.
The Rustlers were 23-of-46 from the field and had 34 rebounds.
Canistota was led by Shay Jolley and Drew Seubert, who each had 14 points. The Hawks were 18-of-46 from the field and won the JV game 35-29.
Ethan (6-1) plays Centerville at the Tri-Valley Classic today in Alcester, while Canistota (6-3) plays Freeman Academy Tuesday in Freeman.
E 12 32 47 62
C 13 20 37 50
Platte-Geddes 53, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 33
ARMOUR — Coby Johnson finished with a double-double to lead the Platte-Geddes boys’ basketball team to a 53-33 win over Tripp-Delmont/Armour Friday in Armour.
Johnson finished with 15 points and 11 rebounds for the Black Panthers. Carter Dykstra added 11 points in the win. PG shot 19-of-54 from the field and outrebounded TDa 40-28.
The Nighthawks were led by Cody Hrdlicka with a game-high 17 points, while Tristan Gau and Gunner Dally each added six rebounds.
PG (6-2) won the JV game and plays Lennox Friday in Lennox, while TDA (4-6) plays Bon Homme Tuesday in Tripp
PG 11 28 43 53
TDA 6 12 21 33
Freeman 80, Marion 55
MARION — Cole Paulson recorded a double-double to help the Freeman boys’ basketball team beat Marion 80-55 Friday.
Paulson had 32 points and 10 rebounds for the Flyers, who were 32-of-59 from the field. Brennan Schmidt chipped in with 24 points and nine rebounds.
Nick Gortmaker had 13 points and 13 rebounds for Marion. Lincoln Langerock had 15 points for the Bears and Jacob Wuertz scored 16 points. Marion was 22-of-51 from the field.
Marion (1-5) plays Bridgewater-Emery in Bridgewater, while Freeman (4-2) hosts Centerville Tuesday in Freeman.
M 15 21 38 55
F 21 38 55 80
White River 80, Colome 39
MURDO — The White River boys’ basketball team beat Colome 80-39 Friday at the Jones County tournament.
Trey Iyotte had 18 points for White River, while Justin Prue scored 17 points.
Terrance Kinzer had a team-high 18 points for Colome. Reed Harter chipped in with 11 points and nine rebounds.
White River (9-1) plays Jones County in the championship game today in Murdo, while Colome (7-4) plays Lyman in the third place game today in Murdo.
WR 25 36 56 80
C 6 23 35 39
Jones County 41, Lyman 35
MURDO — Jackson Volmer recorded a double-double to help Jones County beat Lyman 41-35 Friday at the Jones County tournament.
Volmer had 17 points, 12 rebounds and six rebounds. Wyatt Weber chipped in with 14 points.
Lyman was led by Trey Mundlien with nine points. Harley Hoogendoorn chipped in with 10 rebounds for the Raiders, who were 12-of-42 from the field.
JC (7-4) plays White River in the championship of the Jones County tournament today in Murdo, while Lyman (2-5) plays Colome in the third-place game of the Jones County tournament today in Murdo.
JC 4 18 36 41
L 8 20 28 35
Hanson 93, Parker 37
PARKER — The Hanson girls’ basketball team scored 50 first-half points en route to beating Parker 93-37 Friday.
Katlyn Schroeder scored a game-high 20 points, while Kynedi Cheeseman and Hailey Doyle each had 12. Leah Marsh, Emily Brown and Ashley Moe also scored 10 points apiece. Hanson was 41-of-62 from the field, 7-of-17 from the line and had 35 team rebounds.
Parker’s Haley Holywarth had 10 points.
Hanson (9-1) plays No. 5 Summit at 4 p.m. today during the Hanson Classic at the Corn Palace in Mitchell.
H 30 50 71 93
P 7 11 24 37
Dakota Christian 55, Freeman Academy 24
NEW HOLLAND — Three players scored in double figures to help the Dakota Christian girls’ basketball team beat Freeman Academy 55-24 Friday.
Kennedy Muckey led the way with 13 points and five steals, while Abbi Baan Hofman had 11 point and Shayla Vander Pol had 10 points. Brooklyn Vander Pol added 10 rebounds for the Cadets, who were 22-of-59 from the field and grabbed 40 rebounds.
Freeman Academy was led by Hannah Yoder, who had eight points. Ornella Bisamaza chipped in with six points, six rebounds and two blocks. Freeman Academy was 9-of-42 from the field and 3-of-5 from the free-throw line.
DC (7-4) hosts Marty Indian Thursday in New Holland, while FA (0-8) hosts Baltic Thursday.
DC 12 29 43 55
FA 10 20 23 24
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 64, Iroquois 15
WOLSEY — The Sanborn Central/Woonsocket girls’ basketball team beat Iroquois 64-15 Friday at the 281 Conference tournament.
Shelby Selland led the way for the Blackhawks with 17 points. Myah Selland chipped in with 12 points, six rebounds and six assists.
Marissa Weber added five rebounds and two steals for SCW, which was 27-of-61 from the field.
Iroquois was led by Kelsey Blue, who had six points and five rebounds.
SCW (7-0) plays Warner at the Hanson Classic at the Corn Palace in Mitchell, while Iroquois (0-7) plays Monday at the 281 Conference tournament in Huron.
SCW 19 33 48 64
I 4 9 14 15
Wessington Springs 57, Hitchcock-Tulare 51
WOLSEY — Sheyanne Brodkorb scored a game-high 20 points to lead the Wessington Springs girls’ basketball team over Hitchcock-Tulare 57-51 Friday at the 281 Conference tournament.
Maddie Gran had 12 points, Devin Tebay added 10 points and Morgan Tebay brought down nine rebounds in the win. The Spartans had 41 team rebounds and 17 turnovers.
Heather Barrie had 16 points and Paige Binger added 14 points in the loss.
The Spartans (2-6) plays Highmore-Harrold at the 281 Conference tournament Monday.
Tripp-Delmont/Armour 56, Platte-Geddes 45
ARMOUR — Jessica Sandau recorded 24 points and 17 rebounds for a double-double in a Tripp-Delmont/Armour 56-45 win over Platte-Geddes Friday in Armour.
The Nighthawks (3-7) got 15 points from Erica Koster, while Hannah Just added seven assists. TDA shot 22-of-35 from the field and out rebounded PG 36-18.
The Black Panthers (3-7) were led by Josie DeGroot with 18 points, while Alexis Peterson added 14 points and seven rebounds. PG shot 18-of-60 from the field. Both teams were 7-of-14 from the free-throw line.
TDA won the JV game 23-21 plays Parkston Monday in Tripp, while PG plays Burke/South Central Tuesday in Platte.
PG 6 24 37 45
TDA 16 28 42 56
Freeman 49, Marion 36
MARION — The Freeman girls’ basketball team beat Marion 49-36 Friday.
Nicole Saarie led the way for Freeman with 19 points and five rebounds. Erica Sage chipped in with 12 points, while Cailey Roth had five rebounds. The Flyers were 18-of-48 from the field and had 22 rebounds.
Marion (2-7) was led by Kaitlyn Engbrecht, who finished with 11 points. Elizabeth Davis chipped in with six rebounds. The Bears were 15-of-30 from the field and 6-of-9 from the free-throw line.
Marion won the JV game 40-23.
Freeman (8-2) hosts Howard today in Freeman, while Marion plays Irene-Wakonda Jan. 28 in Irene.
M 9 19 24 36
F 13 19 33 49