Area high school basketball roundup 1/14/13: Wagner girls top Lennox
The Wagner girls' basketball team had three players score in double figures to lift it over Lennox 60-44 in the Hanson Classic Saturday at the Corn Palace in Mitchell.
Wagner's Jessa Doom led all players with 16 points, Ali Kuca had 13 points and Nicole Weber chipped in with 11. Kuca and Gina Soukup brought down five rebounds apiece. The Red Raiders, who had 18 turnovers, were 19-of-35 from the field and 16-of-20 from the free-throw line. Wagner totaled 30 rebounds in the win.
Lennox was led by Kayla Kruse with 12 points. Kirsten Klinger brought down a game-high six rebounds in the loss. The Orioles were 16-of-51 from the field and 9-of-16 from the free-throw line. Lennox had 12 turnovers and 28 team rebounds.
Wagner (8-4) plays Tuesday in O'Neill, Neb., while Lennox (5-4) hosts Harrisburg Tuesday.
W 12 29 38 60
L 10 20 33 44
Deuel 44, Sulley Buttes 42
Erin Engelkes scored 16 points to help lead Deuel to a 44-42 overtime victory over Sulley Buttes at the Hanson Classic Saturday at the Corn Palace in Mitchell.
Mackenzie Mack scored 11 points and Paige Heiberger brought down a team-best nine rebounds in the win. The Cardinals were 12-of-41 from the field for 29 percent and 18-of-26 from the free-throw line for 69 percent.
Sulley Buttes was led by Karlea Stahl, who had a game-high 19 points. Stahl also led the Chargers in rebounds with seven. Remi Wientjes had 10 points. The Chargers were 18-of-46 from the field for 39 percent and 6-of-13 from the line for 46 percent.
Deuel (8-3) hosts Flandreau Tuesday in Clear Lake, while Sulley Buttes (6-2) plays Hitchcock-Tulare Friday in Onida.
D 10 19 24 36 44
SB 13 18 26 36 42
De Smet 42, Highmore-Harrold 33
The De Smet girls' basketball team scored 19 fourth-quarter points to secure a 42-33 win over Highmore-Harrold in the Hanson Classic Saturday at the Corn Palace in Mitchell.
Kelsey Poppen scored a team-high 16 points for the Bulldogs, who brought down 43 team rebounds. Rylie Osthus had 10 points and nine rebounds in the win. De Smet shot 32 percent from the field, 35 percent from the free-throw line and committed 12 turnovers.
The Pirates were led by McKenzee Zilverberg with 19 points. Sydney Cowan brought down nine of the team's 31 rebounds. The Pirates, who had 25 turnovers, shot 33 percent from the field and 78 percent from the line.
De Smet (11-0) plays Hamlin Tuesday, while Highmore-Harrold (9-1) plays Wessington Springs in the 281 tournament today in Huron.
D 2 11 23 42
HH 8 13 27 33
Herreid-Selby Area 62, Centerville 51
Shauni Schwartz scored a game-high 26 points to lead Herreid-Selby Area over Centerville 62-51 in the Hanson Classic Saturday at the Corn Palace in Mitchell.
Schwartz brought down a team-best eight rebounds of the team's total 35. Abbey Fjeldheim added 11 points in the win. The Wolverines, who had seven turnovers, were 21-of-53 from the field for 40 percent and 14-of-24 from the free-throw line for 58 percent.
Centerville's Kieran O'Malley scored 24 points and recorded nine rebounds, both team highs. The Tornadoes were 19-of-53 from the field for 36 percent and 7-of-13 from the line for 54 percent. Centerville had 13 turnovers and 39 team rebounds.
Herreid-Selby Area (11-0) hosts McLaughlin Jan. 21 in Herried, while Centerville (9-2) plays at Menno Tuesday.
HSA 20 40 49 62
C 23 33 35 51
Canistota 50, Parker 47
CANISTOTA -- Cansitota had two players in double-digit scoring figures to lift it over Parker 50-47 in a high school girls' basketball game Saturday.
Chloe Nielsen had a team-high 16 points and brought down 11 rebounds for a double-double. Jenny Hofer recorded 14 points and nine rebounds for the Hawks, who shot 37 percent from the field and 73 percent from the free-throw line.
Parker was led by Morgan Hay with 11 points. Haley Holzwarth and Rylie Christensen each scored 10 points.
Canistota (4-7) plays Hanson Friday in Alexandria, while Parker (4-5) plays Gavyville-Volin today.
C 15 33 40 50
P 9 24 35 47
Scotland 38, Corsica/Stickney 36
SCOTLAND -- Aisha Abbink led all players with 14 points and helped lead Scotland to a 38-36 victory over Corsica/Stickney in high school girls' basketball action Saturday.
Carley Skorepa added 12 points in the win.
Hope Menning led the Jaguars with 12 points. Micayla Bamberg had a team-high seven rebounds.
Scotland improved to 6-3 and plays Irene-Wakonda Tuesday in Irene, while Corsica/Stickney dropped to 3-8 and hosts Mitchell Christian today in Stickney.
S 14 25 29 38
CS 12 23 27 36
Freeman 61, Howard 58
HOWARD -- The Freeman girls' basketball team defeated Howard 61-58 Saturday in Howard.
No stats were reported on the game despite attempts to reach coaches.
Freeman (5-4) hosts Viborg-Hurley today, while Howard (1-8) plays Hanson today in Alexandria.
Canistota 58, South O'Brien, Iowa 53
SIOUX FALLS -- The Cansitota boys' basketball team defeated South O'Brien, Iowa 58-53 in overtime at the Dakota Schoolers Classic Saturday at the Elmen Center in Sioux Falls.
Canistota's Cody Bunger had 29 points. Alex Robertson had 11 points and five assists. Jason Van Winkle had a double-double with 11 points and 14 rebounds. The Hawks shot 39 percent from the field, 21 percent from the three-point range and were 8-of-16 from the line.
South O'Brien's Andrew Weaver had 12 points. Matt De Vos had 11 points and Daniel Haden had 13 rebounds. Kody Nelson had 10 points. The team shot 35 percent from the field, 24 percent from behind the arc and 80 percent from the line.
Canistota (8-0) hosts Freeman Academy Tuesday.
C 19 25 38 52 58
SO 13 25 41 52 53
Dakota Valley 61, Platte-Geddes 44
SIOUX FALLS -- Coby Johnson recorded a double-double in Platte-Geddes' 61-44 loss to Dakota Valley at the Dakota Schoolers Classic Saturday at the Elmen Center in Sioux Falls.
Platte-Geddes Johnson had 11 points and 10 rebounds. Richard Sternberg had 10 points and Hunter Johnson brought down seven rebounds. The Black Panthers were 17-of-44 from the field and 5-of-9 from the free-throw line.
Dakota Valley's Blake Van Ginkel had 16 points, Andrew Reiff scored 13 and Jason Lupkes added 13 points in the win.
Platte-Geddes (6-2) plays at Lennox Friday, while Dakota Valley (8-1) hosts Sioux City Heelan, Iowa Tuesday.
DV 17 26 45 61
PG 5 18 36 44
Lennox 49, Chamberlain 34
SIOUX FALLS -- The Chamberlain boys' basketball team was defeated by Lennox 49-34 at the Dakota Schoolers Classic Saturday at the Elmen Center in Sioux Falls.
No stats were reported for this game despite attempts to reach coaches.
Chamberlain fell to 7-2 overall and hosts Gregory Tuesday.
Viborg-Hurley 63, Corsica/Stickney 37
SIOUX FALLS -- The Viborg-Hurley boys' basketball team beat Corsica/Stickney 63-37 at the Dakota Schoolers Classic Saturday at the Elmen Center in Sioux Falls.
No stats were reported for this game.
Corsica/Stickney (5-5) plays at Ethan Thursday.
Tripp-Delmont/Armour 30, Dakota Christian 26
NEW HOLLAND -- Trevor Payer recorded a double-double in Tripp-Delmont/Armour's 30-26 win over Dakota Christian Saturday.
Payer had 11 points and 15 rebounds in the win. Shane Koster led all players with 13 points. The Nighthawks shot 29 percent from the field and 60 percent from the free-throw line. TDA, which won the JV game 28-26, had 24 team rebounds and 18 turnovers in the win.
Dakota Christian was led by Darren Fallis with 11 points. Jake Spoelstra brought down a team-best nine rebounds. The Cadets shot 28 percent from the field and 50 percent from the line.
TDA (4-5) plays Bon Homme Tuesday in Tyndall, while Dakota Christian (3-6) plays at Gregory Jan. 21.
TDA 3 13 23 30
DC 8 8 12 26
Wolsey-Wessington 84, Wessington Springs 24
WOLSEY -- Lorenzo Williams scored 29 points to lead the Wolsey-Wessington boys' basketball team to an 84-24 victory over Wessington Springs in the 281 Conference tournament Saturday.
Hayden Hooks had 11 points and Roy Lumpkin added 10 in the win. The Warbirds were 31-of-49 from the field and 6-of-14 from behind the arc.
Braden Jones scored eight points and had six rebounds for Wessington Springs, which was 8-of-38 from the field.
Wolsey-Wessington (7-0) and Wessington Springs (1-8) play in the 281 Conference tournament today in Huron.
WW 34 54 70 84
WS 6 9 13 24
James Valley Christian 76, Iroquois 41
WOLSEY -- Adam Hofer scored 15 points in James Valley Christian's 76-41 win over Iroquois in the 281 Conference tournament Saturday.
Leon Brondsema and Jayden Weldner each scored nine points in the win.
Iroquois was led by Erik Wehlander with 25 points and five rebounds.
JVC (7-0) and Iroquois (0-7) play in the 281 Conference tournament today in Huron.
JVC 24 41 65 76
I 11 16 27 41
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 75, Sunshine Bible Academy 59
WOLSEY -- The Sanborn Centra/Woonsocket boys' basketball team improved to 8-1 with a 75-59 victory over Sunshine Bible Academy in the 281 Conference tournament Saturday.
Tyler Krueger had 20 points, Nick Miller scored 16 and Davion Brooks added 12 in the win. Miller brought down nine rebounds of the team's total 27. The Blackhawks were 27-of-50 from the field and 4-of-10 from the three-point range.
SBA was led by Brady Brochel with 24 points and 13 rebounds for a double-double. Drew McClain had 13 points in the loss.
The Blackhawks and SBA (1-6) play in the 281 Conference tournament today in Huron.
SCW 23 41 64 75
SBA 12 27 42 59
Hitchcock-Tulare 68, Highmore-Harrold 28
WOLSEY -- Hitchcock-Tulare had three players score in double figures and beat Highmore-Harrold 68-28 in the 281 Conference tournament Saturday.
Trent Hofer had 18 points, Chase Bixler scored 13 points and Dan Marshall added 10 in the win. Hitchcock-Tulare is now 6-2.
Highmore-Harrold (0-8) was led by Jordan Houdek with eight points.
Both teams play in the 281 Conference tournament today in Huron.
HT 18 38 54 68
HH 8 12 17 28
White River 84, Colome 25
MURDO -- The Colome boys' basketball team lost 84-25 to White River in a semifinal game at the Jones County tournament Saturday in Murdo.
Reed Harter had seven points for the Cowboys and Terrance Kinzer scored six. Cohl Ratermann brought down a team-high six rebounds and Kinzer added five in the loss.
Colome (4-5) plays Philip for third place in the tournament today in Murdo.
Lyman 41, Bennett County 36
MURDO -- Lyman defeated Bennett County 41-36 to take fifth place at the Jones County tournament Saturday in Murdo.
Lyman was Jaelani Uthe led with 17 points and three rebounds. Jaylen Uthe added 13 points. Lyman was 14-of-29 from the field and 12-of-24 from the free-throw line.
Wade Porch scored 11 points and Joe Shangreaux added 10 in the loss. Bennett County was 15-of-43 from the field and 2-of-2 from the line.
Lyman (6-3) plays Stanley County Tuesday in Fort Pierre.
L 9 16 29 41
BC 4 6 21 36
Stanley County 58, Kadoka Area 37
MURDO -- Stanley County defeated Kadoka Area 58-37 at the Jones County tournament Saturday in Murdo.
Stanley County's Tucker Fishbach led the team with 17 points and Brady Washechek had 16 points. Kevin Anderson had seven rebounds
Kennar VanderMay scored a game-high 19 points and had four rebounds.
Kadoka Area (1-9) and Stanley County (2-8) play in the tournament today in Murdo.
SC 13 22 38 58
KA 10 22 30 37
Jones County 66, Philip 47
MURDO -- Philip Mathews scored 24 points to lead Jones County over Philip 66-47 in a semifinal game at the Jones County tournament Saturday in Murdo.
Gus Volmer recorded 20 points in the win.
Philip's Gunner Hook had 16 points. Tate DeJong had 12 points and Thomas Doolittle had 11 points.
Jones County (8-3) and Philip (6-2) play Monday in Murdo.
JC 13 37 53 66
P 12 20 36 47
Ethan 49, Irene-Wakonda 45
ALCESTER -- The Ethan boys' basketball team beat Irene-Wakonda 49-45 at the Tri-Valley Classic Saturday.
No stats were reported for this game.
Ethan (4-4) hosts Menno today.
South Central 71, Centerville 65
ALCESTER -- South Central won its fifth straight game after defeating Centerville 71-65 at the Tri-Valley Classic Saturday.
No stats were reported for this game.
South Central plays at Gregory today.
Lake Preston 65, Freeman Academy 43
ALCESTER -- The Lake Preston boys' basketball team defeated Freeman Academy 65-43 at the Tri-Valley Classic Saturday.
No stats were reported for this game.
Freeman Academy (2-7) plays at Canistota Tuesday.