Area high school basketball roundup: 12/16; Davion Brooks leads SC/W to season-opening win
MILLER — Davion Brooks scored 22 points to help the Sanborn Central/Woonscocket boys’ basketball team beat Sunshine Bible Academy 68-46 Saturday.
Brooks also tallied six rebounds and three steals for the Blackhawks. Tyler Krueger added 14 points, seven rebounds and five steals, while Brady Tiede had eight points and eight rebounds for the SCW, which shot 27 of 58 from the field.
Brian LaDue led the way for Sunshine Bible Academy with 24 points and eight rebounds. Jaden Brockel chipped in with 10 points and eight rebounds.
SCW (1-0) hosts Tripp-Delmont/Armour Thursday in Woonsocket, while Sunshine Bible Academy plays Faulkton Area in Miller.
SCW 9 31 48 68SBA 16 20 29 46
Hanson 58, Ethan 43
ETHAN — Hanson held for a 58-43 win over Ethan in boys’ high school basketball action Saturday in Ethan.
The Beavers were led by Taylor Nichols with 15 points and 10 rebounds for a double-double. Sam VanderStouwe and Jacob Paradeis each added 11 points in the win.
Ethan’ Jace Connor scored a team-high 14 points for the Rustlers, while Camden Myers added 12 points.
Hanson was 22 of 52 from the field, while making 10 of 11 free throws. The Beavers had 35 rebounds and eight turnovers.
Ethan made 4 of 12 free throws.
Hanson (2-0) won the JV game 30-25, and will play Menno Thursday in Menno. Ethan (0-1) plays Dakota Christian Thursday in New Holland.
Platte-Geddes 61, Dakota Christian 32
PLATTE — Coby Johnson finished with a double-double, scoring 18 points and pulling down 11 rebounds for Platte-Geddes in a 61-32 win over Dakota Christian in boys’ high school basketball action Saturday in Platte.
Kole Heller scored 12 points for the Black Panthers, while Brady Peterson added 11 points.
Owen Medicine scored 15 points to lead the Cadets, while Micah DeWaard scored seven points and grabbed seven rebounds.
Platte-Geddes was 25 of 53 from the field and 8 of 19 from the free-throw line, while the Cadets were 9 of 49 from the field and 10 of 20 from the free-throw line.
The Black Panthers pulled down 44 rebounds and committed 12 turnovers, while Dakota Christian had 29 rebounds and 14 turnovers.
Platte-Geddes (1-0) won the JV game and plays Andes Central today in Lake Andes, while the Cadets (0-1) play Ethan Thursday in New Holland.
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Mount Vernon/Plankinton 76, Kimball/White Lake 47
PLAKINTON — The Mount Vernon/Plakinton boys’ basketball team beat Kimball/White Lake 76-47 to open its season Saturday.
Deric Denning led the way for MVP with 19 points, while Tate Deinert tallied 15 points and seven rebounds.
Cody Renken added 12 points for the Titans, who were 32-of-52 from the field and had 31 rebounds.
KWL was led by Eathen Gaulke, who recorded 18 points. Noah Munsen chipped in with11 points and six rebounds.
Riley Talbott added seven points for KWL, which was 18-of-56 from the field.
MVP (1-0) plays West Central in Tuesday in Hartford, while KWL (0-1) plays Winner Monday in Winner.
KWL 9 16 33 47MVP 20 40 57 76
Potter County 81, Lyman 39
PRESHO — The Lyman boys’ basketball team fell to Potter County 81-39 in its season opener Saturday.
Eric Terca led the way for Lyman with 14 points, while Trey Mundlien added nine points. Alec Terca chipped in with 11 rebounds.
Kole Hawkins and Caleb Meinke each had 16 points for Potter County. Meinke added five steals while Colton Hall had eight assists.
Lyman (0-1) plays Sully Buttes Tuesday in Onida, while Potter County plays Miller Tuesday in Miller.
McCook Central/Montrose 57, Parker 51
PARKER — The McCook Central/Montrose boys’ basketball team earned its first win of the season with a 57-51 win over Parker Saturday.
Cole Cheeseman led the way for MCM with 15 points and six rebounds, while Levi Sabers chipped in 12 points and seven rebounds.
Will Gottlob added nine points and 10 rebounds for MCM, which shot 19-of-42 from the field and 12-of-16 from the free-throw line.
Jake Anderson led the way for Parker with 13 points and five rebounds, while Ryan Johnhad 10 points and five rebounds.
MCM (1-0) hosts Tea Area Tuesday in Montrose, while Parker(0-1) plays Baltic Tuesday in Baltic.MCM 16 30 42 57P 15 23 30 51
Potter County 53, Lyman 41
PRESHO — Two Potter County players scored in double figures to help Potter County defeat the Lyman Raiders 53-41 Saturday.
Ali Lake scored 14 points, while Tara Heuer had 13 points for Potter County, which was 20-of-43 from the field and 13-of-16 from the free-throw line.
Lyman was led by Brooklyn Halverson, who scored nine points. Anna Flitner had five steals and two blocks for the Raiders, while Chesney Garnos and Cedar Jandreau each had six points.
Lyman was 12-of-38 from the field and 15-of-24 from the free-throw line.
PC (2-0) plays Highmore-Harrold Thursday in Highmore, while Lyman (1-1) hosts Stanley County Tuesday in Presho.
Tripp-Delmont/Armour 57, Menno 54
MENNO — The Tripp-Delmont/Armour boys’ basketball team opened the season with a double-overtime victory over Menno 57-54 Saturday in Menno.
The Nighthawks’ (1-0) were led by Austin Barlow and Gunner Dally, with each scoring 19 points in the win.
Cody Krdlicka added a game-high 16 rebounds for TDA, which shot 20 of 51 from the field and 5 of 23 from 3-point range. The Nighhawks made 12 of 27 free throws, while turning the ball over 25 times.
Menno was led by Dylan Lehr with 14 points, while Caleb Preszler added 11 for the Wolves. Derrick Lehr had a team-high eight rebounds in the loss. The Wolves shot 17 of 50 from the field and 6 of 25 from long range, while making 14 of 30 free throws.TDA plays Parkston at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday in Parkston, while Menno, which won the JV game, plays Hanson at 6:15 p.m. Thursday in Menno.
Menno 54, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 52
MENNO — The Menno girls’ basketball team got its first win of the season after beating Tripp-Delmont/Armour 54-52 Saturday.Maddie Huber led the way for Menno with 12 points. Kylee Kessler chipped in with 11 points, while Kaylee Kessler had 10 points.
Christina Herrboldt added eight rebounds for Menno, while Tara Spencer had six.
Tripp-Delmont/Armour was led by Hannah Just, who recorded 17 points and four assists. Becca Brown chipped in with 10 points and eight rebounds for TDA, which shot 19-of-44 from the field.
Menno also won the JV game 35-26.
Menno (1-2) hosts Scotland Tuesday in Menno, while TDA plays SanbornCentral/Woonsocket Thursday in Woonsocket.
MEN 10 23 40 54TDA 14 30 41 52
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 84, Sunshine Bible Academy 32
MILLER — The Sanborn Central/Woonsocket girls’ basketball team got its first win of the season with an 84-32 victory over Sunshine Bible Academy Saturday.
SCW was led by Shelby and Myah Selland. Shelby Selland tallied 25 points and 14 rebounds, while Myah Selland had 24 points and eight rebounds The Blackhawks were 34-of-66 from the field and out rebounded SBA 53-25.
Morgan Selland added 13 points for SCW, while Rachel Selland had 10 points.
SCW (1-0) hosts Tripp-Delmont/Armour Thursday in Woonsocket.
SCW 23 50 75 84SBA 10 21 27 32
Dakota Christian 49, Platte-Geddes 47
PLATTE — Brooklyn Vander Pol scored 25 to lead the Dakota Christian girls’ basketball team past Platte-Geddes 49-47 Saturday in Platte.
The Cadets got eight rebounds from Abbi BaanHofman and Kennedy Muckey in the win.
The Black Panthers were led by Josie DeGroot with 17 points and eight rebounds, while Heidi Ringling added 13 points and Brianna Erickson chipped in 11 in the loss.
P-G outrebounded Dakota Christian 30 to 26, but had 16 turnovers to the Cadets 13. P-G was 19 of 43 from the field and 5 of 16 at the free-throw line, while the Cadets were 18 of 47 from the field and made 13 of their 18 free throws.
The Black Panthers (0-1) play Kimball/White Lake Tuesday in Platte, while the Cadets play Gregory Tuesday in Gregory.
DC 14 27 39 49PG 15 25 33 47
Viborg-Hurley 74, Canistota 65
HURLEY — Despite 39 points from Chloe Nielsen, Canistota lost to Viborg-Hurley 74-65 in girls’ high school basketball action Saturday in Hurley.
Morgan Larson added 14 points for the Hawks, while Nielsen grabbed a team-high 13 rebounds.
Canistota was 22 of 53 from the field while making 25 of 31 free throws. The Hawks turned the ball over 23 times and grabbed 37 rebounds.
Canistota (2-1) Colman-Egan Tuesday in Canistota. Viborg-Hurley (2-0), which won the JV game, plays Bridgewater-Emery Tuesday in Hurley.
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Mitchell Christian 63, Wessington Springs 41
WESSINGTON SPRINGS — The Mitchell Christian girls’ basketball team moved to 3-0 with a 63-41 win over Wessington Springs Saturday in Wessington Springs.
Alexa Van Laecken scored a game-high 23 points for the Golden Eagles, while Ashley Schmit finished with 14 points and 10 rebounds for a double-double. Abbie Reynen added 10 point for MCS.
Wessington Springs was led by Sheyanne Brodkorb with 18 points. Shyanne Kopfmann added six points and nine rebounds.
The Golden Eagles outrebounded the Spartans 36 to 20.
MCS plays Kimball/White Lake Thursday in Kimball, while Wessington Springs plays Hitchcock-Tulare Thursday in Hitchcock.
MC 25 40 50 63WS 6 19 26 41
Beresford 42, Corsica/Stickney 36
TEA — Micayla Bamberg scored 21 points and grabbed eight rebounds for Corsica/Stickney in a 42-36 loss to Beresford Saturday in Tea.
The Jaguars (1-1) got nine rebounds from Jackie Dethlefsen and seven assists from Brittni Moke in the loss.
The Jaguars were 13 of 42 from the field, while making 7 of 8 free throws.
Corsica/Stickney plays Avon Tuesday in Avon.