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Corsica/Stickney’s Micayla Bamberg looks to pass the ball as Parkston’s Sadie Schoenfelder defends her during a high school girls’ basketball game Tuesday in Parkston. (Brooke Cersosimo/Republic)
Corsica/Stickney’s Micayla Bamberg looks to pass the ball as Parkston’s Sadie Schoenfelder defends her during a high school girls’ basketball game Tuesday in Parkston. (Brooke Cersosimo/Republic)

Area high school basketball: Jaguar girls top Trojans

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PARKSTON — The Corsica/Stickney girls’ basketball team improved to 4-4 after defeating Parkston 35-27 Tuesday.

Corsica/Stickney was led by Jackie Dethlefsen with nine points and nine rebounds. Hope Menning added nine points for Corsica/Stickney, which shot 65 percent from the free-throw line and had 24 rebounds as a team.

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Parkston’s leaders were Halli Heisinger, who had nine points, and Sam Herrold with six points. Sydney Weber had 12 rebounds for the Trojans, which shot 50 percent from the free-throw line and had 27 team rebounds.

The Jaguars (4-4) play Wagner Saturday in Corsica, while Parkston (1-6) plays Wagner Jan. 16 in Wagner.

CS 12 18 24 35

P 8 13 22 27

Viborg-Hurley 77, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 35

TRIPP — Tripp-Delmont/Armour’s Jessica Sandau had a double-double in a 77-35 loss to Viborg-Hurley Tuesday in a high school girls’ basketball game.

Sandau had a team-high 11 points and 10 rebounds for the Nighthawks, who were 13-of-23 from the line, 11-of-46 from the field and had 38 rebounds.

Viborg-Hurley was led by Abby Hora with 23 points. Angie Lee added 16 points and Valerie Sunderland had 15 points and 10 rebounds in the win.

The Nighthawks (2-5) play at Mitchell Christian Thursday, while Viborg-Hurley (6-0) plays Elk Point-Jefferson Friday.

VH 16 33 54 77

TDA 10 16 31 35

Winner 79, Chamberlain 51

CHAMBERLAIN — The Winner girls’ basketball team remained undefeated with a 79-51 victory over Chamberlain Tuesday.

Winner’s Kelsey Bertram had 16 points and six steals, Cassidy Hanson had 16 points and Sara Husher added 10 points and nine rebounds in the win. The Warriors were 12-of-21 from the line.

Kennedy Wagner had a team-best 14 points and eight assists, while Dawson Munger had 12 points for the Cubs. Moriah Glaus and Rachel Reuer each had seven rebounds. Chamberlain was 16-of-52 from the field and brought down 29 team rebounds.

Chamberlain (4-2) plays Crow Creek Thursday, while Winner (7-0) plays Todd County Thursday.

W 21 44 65 79

C 12 31 41 51

Bon Homme 59, Parker 43

TYNDALL — Kelsey Sutera led all players with 24 points in Bon Homme’s 59-43 win over Parker Tuesday in high school girls’ basketball action.

Emily Pechous had 11 points and 12 rebounds for a double-double for the Cavaliers, who shot 41 percent from the field and 62 percent from the line. Bon Homme had 30 team rebounds and 16 turnovers.

Haley Holzwarth added 11 points for Parker, which shot 33 percent from the field and had 32 team rebounds and 19 turnovers.

Bon Homme (3-4) won the JV game 52-14 and hosts Wagner Thursday in Tyndall.

BH 16 31 49 59

P 8 21 33 43

Hanson 62, Wagner 35

ALEXANDRIA — The Hanson girls’ basketball team improved to 6-1 after beating Wagner 62-35 Tuesday.

Sydney Dodd had 15 points, Kynedi Cheeseman added 12 points and eight rebounds and Sarah Kayser recorded eight rebounds in the win. Hanson was 28-of-64 for 44 percent from the field and 2-of-3 from the line for 67 percent. The Beavers had 31 team rebounds and 23 turnovers.

Wagner’s Gina Soukup and Emily Brunsing each had 12 points in the loss. Brunsing added a team-high eight rebounds for Wagner, which was 15-of-46 for 35 percent from the field and 3-of-12 for 25 percent from the line. The Red Raiders had 21 rebounds and 23 turnovers.

Hanson plays at Avon Saturday, while Wagner (0-5) won the JV game 33-22 and plays Bon Homme Friday in Tyndall.

H 17 31 51 62

W 4 15 26 35

Irene-Wakonda 70, Menno 48

IRENE — Irene-Wakonda beat Menno 70-48 in a high school girls’ basketball game Tuesday.

For Menno, Abby Herrboldt had the hot hand with 15 points and two rebounds and Kaylee Kessler had eight points and snagged two rebounds. Menno shot 16-of-37 from the field, grabbed 24 rebounds and had 19 turnovers.

Irene-Wakonda was led by Amy Morman, who had 22 points, five rebounds, three assists and two steals. Andrea Sokolowski had 18 points and seven rebounds.

Menno (1-5) plays Alcester-Hudson Friday in Alcester, while Irene-Wakonda (3-3) plays Gayville-Volin Friday in Irene.

IW 22 42 58 70

M 8 15 33 48

Freeman 60, Alcester-Hudson 45

FREEMAN — Freeman had two players score in double figures as it defeated Alcester-Hudson 60-45 in a high school girls’ basketball game on Tuesday night.

For Freeman, Erika Sage had 18 points, Nicole Saarie had 17 points and Shelby Jensen added eight points and six rebounds. Freeman shot 54 percent from the field and 69 percent from the line. The Flyers recorded 18 rebounds and 15 turnovers.

Alcester-Hudson was led by Shenia Doering, who had 22 points. Jamie Jansen had seven rebounds for Alcester-Hudson, which shot 37 percent from the field and 77 percent from the line.

Freeman (5-1) plays Bridgewater-Emery Thursday in Freeman, while Alcester-Hudson (4-2) plays Menno Friday in Alcester.

F 10 31 44 60

AH 9 24 36 45

Mount Vernon/Plankinton 52, Bridgewater-Emery 33

PLANKINTON — The Mount Vernon/Plankinton girls’ basketball team topped Bridgewater-Emery 52-33 Tuesday.

Mount Vernon/Plankinton’s Makaela Karst had 14 points, Becca Glanzer had 10 points and Megan Bultsma had nine points and four rebounds. Mount Vernon/Plankinton shot 57 percent from the field and 77 percent from the line. The Titans also had 22 rebounds and 14 turnovers.

Bridgewater-Emery was led by Justine Dye, who had 19 points, four rebounds, four assists and three steals. Brooklyn Smart had six points and four rebounds for Bridgewater-Emery, which shot 32 percent from the field and had 17 turnovers.

Bridgewater-Emery (2-5) plays at Freeman Thursday, while Mount Vernon/Plankinton (4-2) plays Sanborn Central/Woonsocket Saturday.

BE 4 14 20 33

MVP 17 30 40 52

Kimball White/Lake 54,

Dakota Christian 38

NEW HOLLAND — Jazmyn Hinker scored 20 points for Kimball/White Lake in a 54-38 win over Dakota Christian in girls’ high school basketball action Tuesday in New Holland.

Mary Kroupa had 11 points for the WiLdKats (7-1), while Ivy Haines added five rebounds and five steals. Kelli Steffen finished with five assists.

Brooklyn Vander Pol led the Cadets (4-3) with 20 points and eight rebounds in the loss.

KWL plays Colome Thursday in Colome, while DC plays Marion Saturday in Marion.

DC 4 14 25 38

KWL 10 27 40 54

Lyman 65, Kadoka Area 10

PRESHO — The Lyman Raiders topped Kadoka 65-10 in girls’ high school basketball action Tuesday in Presho.

Chesney Garnos led the Raiders with 11 points and five steals, while Haley Halverson finished with eight points and five rebounds. Brooklyn Halverson chipped in nine points, while Courtney Anderson had a team-high six rebounds.

The Raiders show 20-of-56 from the field and 22-of-34 from the free-throw line.

Lyman (4-2) plays Sunshine Bible Academy Friday in Miller.

McCook Central/Montrose 49,

Sioux Falls Christian 47

MONTROSE — The McCook Central/Montrose girls’ basketball team topped Sioux Falls Christian 49-47 Tuesday in Montrose.

The Fighting Cougars were led by freshman Rachael Laetsch with 14 points, two assists and two steals, while C.J. Ristesund added six points, nine rebounds and two assists. Brianna Painter finished with seven points, five rebounds and seven assists in the win.

MCM shot 52 percent from the field and outrebounded SFC 31-30.

SFC was led by Kensi Brands with 13 points and five rebounds.

MCM plays Hanson Tuesday in Alexandria, while plays Unity Christian Saturday in Sioux Falls.

Avon 41, Ethan 29

ETHAN — Avon beat Ethan 41-29 in a high school girls’ basketball game Tuesday night.

For Avon, Chesney Nagel had 15 points, Ariana Oorlog had 13 points and Cheylee Nagel added six rebounds. Avon had 19 rebounds and nine turnovers and shot 17-of-38 from the field and 5-of-7 from the line.

Ethan’s leaders were Kacey Bartscher, who had 12 points, and Rachel Hawkins with nine points and five assists. Ethan shot 9-of-39 from the field and 7-of-12 from the free-throw line and had 20 rebounds and 10 turnovers.

Avon (6-0) plays Hanson Saturday in Alexandria, while Ethan (5-2) won the JV game 29-28 and hosts Wessington Springs Friday.

A 15 26 34 41

E 8 15 25 29

Flandreau 60, Howard 33

FLANDREAU — The Flandreau girls’ basketball team topped Howard 60-33 Tuesday in Flandreau.

The Tigers were led by Bailey Rudebusch with 10 points, while Kelsey Dawson added seven points and six rebounds.

Howard shot 11-of-52 from the field and grabbed 36 rebounds as a team.

Howard (1-4) won the JV game and plays De Smet Tuesday in Howard.

H 8 18 26 33

F 10 26 40 60

Scotland 47, Gayville-Volin 41

GAYVILLE — Scotland’s Carley Skorepa had 22 points and 13 rebounds for a double-double in a 47-41 win over Gayville-Volin Tuesday in Gayville.

Hannah Mogck finished with six points and a game-high 17 rebounds for the Highlanders, who won the JV game.

Amber Alvey added eight points for Scotland (2-4), which plays Avon Thursday in Avon.

S 8 20 36 47

GV 12 25 36 41

Marty Indian 77, Andes Central 29

MARTY — Marty Indian beat Andes Central 77-29 Tuesday in high school girls’ basketball action.

No stats were available.

Andes Central (1-5) plays Burke/South Central Thursday in Bonesteel, while Marty (2-2) hosts White River Thursday in Marty.

Boys’ basketball

Canistota 51,

Mitchell Christian 45

Mason Decker and Nick Hofer each scored 15 points to help the Canistota boys’ basketball team beat Mitchell Christian 51-45 Tuesday at Mitchell Christian School.

Nick Hofer added six assists, while Carson had eight rebounds and Jacob Buseman had 11 points. Canistota led most of the game, but Mitchell Christian battled back to tie it up at 43, but Canistota pulled away to come away with the victory.

Mitchell Christian was led by Austin Bormann, who had 16 points and seven assists. Wes Vander Pol chipped in with 11 points and five rebounds.

The Golden Eagles were 18-of-35 from the field. Canistota won the JV game 28-17.

MCS (2-3) plays Freeman Academy Saturday in Freeman, while Canistota (4-2) hosts Dell Rapids St. Mary Thursday.

MCS 45

C 51

MCS (2-3)

Austin Bormann 6-12 3-4 16; Cody Gromer 4-7 0-0 8; Ethan Cooper 2-5 0-1 4; Wes VanderPol 3-7 3-6 11; Chandler Nelson 3-4 0-0 6;

No box score was available for Canistota.

MCS 12 20 26 45

C 12 21 34 51

3-point goals: MCS 3 (VanderPol 2) Rebounds: MCS 16 (VanderPol 5 Nelson 4); Turnovers: MCS 14; Assists: MCS 11 (Bormann 7).

Mount Vernon/Plankinton 51, Platte-Geddes 43

PLANKINTON — Tate Deinert led the Mount Vernon/Plankinton boys’ basketball team over Platte-Geddes 51-43 Tuesday.

Deinert tallied a team-high 21 points and added five rebounds, Deric Denning had 18 points and five rebounds and Nick Lawson brought down a game-high seven rebounds. The Titans were 16-of-31 from the field, 9-of-15 from the line and had 28 rebounds and 17 turnovers.

Platte-Geddes’ Coby Johnson recorded 21 points and six rebounds, while Carter Dykstra had nine points and six rebounds. The Black Panthers were 19-of-53 from the floor, 4-of-8 from the line and had 28 rebounds and nine turnovers.

The Titans (5-1) play Hanson Thursday in Alexandria, while the Black Panthers (4-1) host Corsica/Stickney Thursday in Platte.

MVP 16 25 39 51

PG 12 24 32 43

Wagner 56,

Burke/South Central 51

WAGNER — Derek Soukup tallied a game-high 21 points and five rebounds as the Wagner boys’ basketball team beat Burke/South Central 56-51 Tuesday.

Dylan Brunsing added 15 points and a team-high eight rebounds for the Red Raiders, who were 22-of-48 from the field and 12-of-23 from the line. Wagner outrebounded the Cougars 20-12.

Zach Sebern had a team-best 18 points and Sam Hazen tallied 13 points and five rebounds for Burke/South Central, which was 15-of-39 from the field and 19-of-24 from the line.

Wagner (2-1) plays Bon Homme Friday in Tyndall, while Burke/South Central (4-4) plays Dakota Christian Thursday in New Holland.

W 17 32 43 56

BSC 9 19 34 51

Viborg-Hurley 58,

Tripp-Delmont/Armour 49

TRIPP — Viborg-Hurley beat Tripp-Delmont/Armour 58-49 in a high school boys’ basketball game on Tuesday night.

The Nighthawks’ high scorer on the night was Adam Lau, who had 16 points and four rebounds. Cody Hrdlicka added 15 points and nine rebounds for the Nighthawks, who shot 18-of-46 from the field and 11-of-13 from the free-throw line. TDA had 24 team rebounds and 17 team fouls.

Jack Huether had 31 points and nine rebounds and Rusten Anderson had 13 points and nine rebounds. Viborg-Hurley shot 24-of-64 from the field and 15-of-25 from the line.

Tripp-Delmont/Armour (2-4) plays at Scotland Friday, while Viborg-Hurley (4-1) plays Elk Point-Jefferson Friday in Elk Point.

VH 25 32 44 58

TDA 5 16 28 49

Chamberlain 66, Winner 60

CHAMBERLAIN — The Chamberlain boys’ basketball team beat Winner 66-60 Tuesday.

Skyler Bertram had 19 points to lead Chamberlain, while Ruben Estes had 18 points and seven rebounds. Hudson Priebe added 16 points for the Cubs, who shot 18-of-25 from the line and 21-of-50 from the field. Chamberlain had 28 rebounds and nine turnovers.

For Winner, Nate Galbraith had 21 points, Sam Naasz had 13 points and Nate Farley had eight rebounds. Winner shot 24-of-53 from the field and 6-of-13 from the free-throw line. Winner recorded 30 team rebounds and 15 turnovers.

Chamberlain (5-1) won the JV game 44-17 and plays at Cheyenne-Eagle Butte Saturday, while Winner (3-3) plays Bennett County Friday in Martin.

C 17 34 45 66

W 14 29 45 60

Menno 53, Irene-Wakonda 48

IRENE — The Menno boys’ basketball team topped Irene Wakonda 53-48 Tuesday in Irene.

Menno (2-4) was led by Chet Peterson with 17 points, while Dylan Lehr added 13 points. Dustin Lehr contributed 12 points and a team-high eight rebounds.

The Wolves shot 44 percnet from the field and grabbed 27 rebounds.

IW, which won the JV game, was led by Gabe King with 23 points.

Menno plays Alcester-Hudson Friday in Alcester.

M 5 28 41 53

IW 8 17 35 48

Scotland 38, Gayville-Volin 25

GAYVILLE — The Scotland boys’ basketball team beat Gayville-Volin 38-25 Tuesday.

No stats were available despite attempts to reach coaches.

Scotland (3-3) hosts Tripp-Delmont/ Armour Friday, while Gayville-Volin (0-5) plays Irene-Wakonda Friday in Irene.

Freeman 57, Alcester-Hudson 48

FREEMAN — The Freeman boys’ basketball team topped Alcester-Hudson 57-48 Tuesday in Freeman.

No stats were available despite attempts to reach coaches.

Freeman (2-2) plays Bridgewater-Emery Friday in Emery.

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