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(Claire Meador/Republic) Canistota's Cody Bunger (44) looks to drive past Hanson's Jacob Bartscher (23) during a game Thursday in Alexandria.

Area high school basketball roundup: Hawks top Beavers

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ALEXANDRIA -- Canistota stayed undefeated this season at 10-0 with a 53-48 win over Hanson (9-2) Thursday in a boys' high school basketball game.

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Alex Robertson scored 19 points for Canistota. Jason Van Winkle scored 14 points and had eight rebounds.

The Hawks shot 22-of-41 from the field and 13-of-17 from the free-throw line. The team had 30 rebounds and 13 turnovers.

Jordan Marquardt led Hanson in scoring with 17 points. Jacob Bartscher had eight rebounds for the Beavers.

Hanson made 16-of-40 field goals and 10-of-15 free throws. The team had 22 rebounds and 16 turnovers.

Canistota (10-0) plays JVC at Hanson Classic Saturday at the Corn Palace in Mitchell. Hanson (9-2) plays Wolsey-Wessington Saturday at the Hanson Classic.

Canistota won the junior varsity game 33-32.

C 15 26 34 53

H 13 27 35 48

Scotland 35, Marion 30

MARION -- Scotland came back from a halftime tie at 14 points to defeat Marion 35-30 Thursday.

Garrett Kotalik scored 16 points and had six rebounds. Jared Kloucek scored eight points and had seven steals. Kyle Gall had seven rebounds.

The Highlanders shot 13-of-38 from the field for 34 percent and 8-of-15 from the free-throw line for 53 percent. Scotland had 25 team rebounds and 19 turnovers.

Nick Gortmaker scored 12 points and had seven steals for Marion. Jacob Wuertz scored 10 points and had eight rebounds. Joey Pessia had seven rebounds.

Marion shot 13-of-47 from the field for 28 percent and 3-of-11 from the free-throw line for 27 percent. The Bears had 29 rebounds and 18 turnovers.

Scotland (1-10) plays Tuesday at Wagner. Marion (1-9) plays Friday at Chester.

S 7 14 25 35

M 10 14 24 30

Corsica/Stickney 44,

Ethan 40

STICKNEY -- Adam Bormann shot 4-of-4 from the free-throw line in the last 25 seconds of the game to lead Corsica/Stickney over Ethan 44-40 Thursday.

Ryan Hongslo was the leading scorer for Stickney/Corsica with 13 points. Aaron Groeneweg added 10 points and had eight rebounds. Bormann scored 11 points and had five assists.

Corsica/Stickney shot 44 percent from the field and 67 percent from the free-throw line. The team had 25 rebounds and nine turnovers.

Ethan's Jace Connor scored 19 points to lead the Rustlers. Kendall Lindeman had eight rebounds.

The Rustlers shot 55 percent from the field and 67 percent from the free-throw line. Ethan had 22 rebounds and 19 turnovers.

Corsica/Stickney (6-3) plays at Menno Thursday. Ethan (6-5) plays at Freeman Academy Tuesday.

Ethan won the junior varsity game 39-26.

CS 13 23 31 44

E 10 22 28 40

Winner 57, Wagner 46

WINNER -- Winner (9-2) defeated Wagner (6-4) 57-46 in a boys' basketball game Thursday.

Nathan Naasz scored 12 points for Winner. Kyle Mathis and Donovan Brother of All each scored 11 points. Ben Connot scored 10 points. Austin Schroeder scored eight points and had 10 rebounds.

The Warriors shot 20-of-60 for 33 percent from the field and 15-of-26 for 57 percent from the free-throw line. The team had 34 rebounds and 12 turnovers.

Noah St. Pierre scored 10 points for Wagner. The Red Raiders shot 17-of-45 for 38 percent from the field and 6-of-13 for 46 percent from the free-throw line. The team had 32 rebounds and 24 turnovers.

Winner plays at Todd County Tuesday. Wagner hosts Tripp-Delmont/Armour Monday.

Winner won the junior varsity game 45-44.

Wi 10 20 37 57

Wa 13 27 34 46

Freeman 50, Menno 36

FREEMAN -- Shaun Becker had a double-double to lead Freeman over Menno 50-36 Thursday.

Becker scored 19 points and had 10 rebounds. Cole Paulson scored 15 points for Freeman.

The Flyers shot 18-of-52 from the field and 9-of-15 from the free-throw line. Freeman had 29 team rebounds and eight turnovers.

Austin Herrboldt scored 12 points for Menno. Ben Fischer scored nine points. David Schelski had 16 rebounds.

The Wolves shot 15-of-46 from the field. Menno had 25 team rebounds and 12 turnovers.

Freeman is 6-4 and plays St. Francis Indian in St. Francis Saturday. Menno is 3-7 and plays at Centerville Saturday.

F 13 29 39 50

M 8 17 26 36

Kimball/White Lake 64, Gregory 48

GREGORY -- Jesse Taylor scored 23 points to lead Kimball/White Lake over Gregory 64-48 Thursday.

Jacob Kirsch scored 10 points in the win. Taylor and Trevor Reinesch each had eight rebounds.

The WiLdKats shot 18-of-47 from the field and 26-of-44 from the free-throw line. The team had 37 rebounds and 17 turnovers.

Nolan Mickelson scored 25 points for Gregory. The Gorillas shot 19-of-58 from the field and 5-of-12 from the free-throw line. Gregory had 25 rebounds and 25 turnovers.

Kimball/White Lake (7-3) hosts Sunshine Bible Academy Tuesday in White Lake. Gregory (0-9) plays at Dakota Christian Monday.

Gregory won the junior varsity game 34-33.

KWL 16 29 43 64

G 5 17 29 48

Lyman 44, Bennett County 39

PRESHO -- Lyman improved to 6-4 with its 44-39 win over Bennett County (4-6) Thursday.

Hunter Schindler scored 17 points for Lyman in the win. Stetsen Eriksen scored 12 points. Schindler had eight rebounds and Eriksen had five. Charlie LaRoche had five assists and four steals.

The Raiders shot 15-of-49 from the field and 9-of-17 from the free-throw line. The team had 27 rebounds and 12 turnovers.

Dayre Evans and Eli Livermont each scored 11 points for Bennett County. Ryan Richards scored nine points.

Lyman hosts Jones County Tuesday in Presho. Bennett County hosts Philip in Martin Saturday.

L 10 22 34 44

BC 17 22 28 39

Avon 45, Andes Central 30

LAKE ANDES -- Avon improved to 4-6 with its 45-30 win over Andes Central (4-6) Thursday.

John Wynia led the Pirates in scoring with 17 points. Wynia also had seven rebounds.

Avon shot 19-of-44 from the field and 1-of-6 from the free-throw line. The team had 26 rebounds and 14 turnovers.

Gabe Couroyer was the leading scorer for Andes Central with nine points. Aaron Swanson had eight rebounds for the Eagles.

Andes Central shot 13-of-49 from the field and 2-of-2 from the free-throw line. The team had 26 rebounds and 14 turnovers.

Avon plays at Bon Homme Thursday. Andes Central plays at Marty Monday.

A 13 21 41 45

AC 9 18 22 30

Parkston 44, Bon Homme 39

TYNDALL -- Parkston's Tanner Weber had 17 points and 12 rebounds in a 44-39 win over Bon Homme Thursday.

Parkston's Parker Van Zee and Andrew Schnabel both had eight points.

Parkston was 17-of-39 from the field, 7-of-10 from the free-throw line and had 16 turnovers.

Bon Homme's Kodi Larson had 18 points, Les Jelsma had eight points and Scott Van Winkle had four assists.

Bon Homme was 14-of-46 from the field, 8-of-15 from the free-throw line and had 10 turnovers.

Parkston (5-6) hosts Platte-Geddes on Tuesday, while Bon Homme (1-12) hosts Andes Central Thursday in Tyndall.

P 17 25 36 44

BH 11 25 34 39

Wessington Springs 60,

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 58

HURON -- Wessington Springs defeated Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 60-58 on Thursday at the 281 Conference tournament.

Wessington Springs was led in scoring by Gus Gran and Jase Kraft, who scored 14 points each. Trevor Kenobbie had 10 points. Wessington Springs had 31 total rebounds. Gran grabbed seven rebounds. Wessington Springs had 13 total turnovers and 19 team fouls.

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket was led in scoring by Nick Miller, who scored 15 points. Tyler Krueger scored 13 points. Sanborn Central/Woonsocket shot 15-of-37 from the field (41 percent).

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket had 26 total rebounds. Miller had nine rebounds. Sanborn Central Woonsocket had 13 total turnovers and 16 team fouls.

Sanborn Central Woonsocket (2-9) is back in action on Tuesday when it takes on Hanson in Alexandria.

Wessington Springs (6-4) takes on Redfield/Doland in Redfield on Saturday.

Mount Vernon 66,

Dakota Christian 39

CORSICA -- Mount Vernon defeated Dakota Christian 66-39 Thursday night in boys' high school basketball action.

Deric Denning led Mount Vernon in scoring with 18 points. Jacob Sonne scored 11 points. Mount Vernon shot 24-of-41 from the field (59 percent) and went 11-of-22 from the free-throw line. Mount Vernon had 36 rebounds and 16 turnovers.

Dakota Christian was led in scoring by Carter Dykstra, who scored 15 points. Jake Spelstra and Michael Buitenbos each scored seven points. Dakota Christian shot 14-of-50 from the field (28 percent) and went 10-of-17 from the free-throw line.

Spelstra had nine of Dakota Christian's 24 rebounds. Dakota Christian had 16 total turnovers.

Dakota Christian (5-5) hosts Gregory for its next game on Monday. Mount Vernon (6-4) hosts Wessington Springs on Tuesday.

Mount Vernon won the JV game 43-35.

DC 5 18 30 39

MV 20 39 56 66

Baltic 60, Freeman Academy 36

FREEMAN -- Baltic defeated Freeman Academy 60-36 in a boys' basketball game Thursday.

No stats were reported for the game.

Baltic (4-7) hosts Viborg/Hurley today. Freeman Academy (2-10) hosts Ethan Tuesday.

Girls' basketball

Highmore-Harrold 55,

Wessington Springs 32

HURON -- Highmore-Harrold defeated Wessington Springs 55-31 in the final round of the 281 Conference Tournament Thursday.

Tierny Hamlin scored 12 points for Highmore-Harrold. McKenzee Zilverberg scored 11 points. Sydney Cowan scored nine points and had six rebounds. Courtney Keller had 10 rebounds and Tyann Hamlin had seven.

Highmore-Harrold made 18-of-43 field goal attempts and 7-of-14 free throw attempts. The Pirates had 51 team rebounds and 24 turnovers.

Shyanne Kopfmann scored 14 points for Wessington Springs. Cassidy Musick scored six points. Shannon Duxbury had five rebounds.

The Lady Spartans had 32 team rebounds and 24 turnovers.

Highmore-Harrold (7-6) plays Lyman Thursday in Presho. Wessington Springs (2-10) travels to Redfield to take on Redfield-Doland Saturday.

HH 16 29 42 55

WS 5 9 17 32

Baltic 46, Freeman Academy 24

FREEMAN -- Morgan Forsch had 10 steals in Baltic's 46-24 win over Freeman Academy Thursday.

Forsch also scored 18 points in the win. Allie Walter scored 11 points and had 11 rebounds. The Lady Bulldogs had 33 rebounds and 12 turnovers.

Jaime Tschetter scored12 points and had 13 rebounds and five blocks for Freeman Academy. The Bobcats had 31 rebounds and 30 turnovers.

Baltic (8-2) hosts Virborg/Hurley today. Freeman Academy (2-8) hosts Ethan Tuesday.

B 20 37 42 46

FA 9 11 19 24

Parkston 58, Bon Homme 49

PARKSTON -- Marie Malloy scored a game-high 27 points as Parkston defeated Bon Homme 58-49 Thursday.

Logan Wagner scored 18 points for Parkston and Erica Herrold scored 13 points. Malloy had eight rebounds.

Parkston shot 32 percent from the field and 76 percent from the free-throw line. The Trojans had 25 team rebounds.

Raquel Sutera led Bon Homme with 20 points and eight rebounds. Tara Ronke scored 13 points.

The Cavaliers shot 38 percent from the field and 88 percent from the free-throw line. Bon Homme had 24 team rebounds.

Parkston (8-3) hosts Platte-Geddes Tuesday. Bon Homme (8-5) host Mount Vernon Monday in Tyndall.

Bon Homme won the junior varsity game.

P 14 26 45 58

BH 14 25 42 49

Castlewood 66, Howard 25

HOWARD -- Castlewood had three players score in double figures as Warriors defeated the Howard Tigers 66-25 Thursday.

Kelsey Little scored 14 points for Castlewood and had nine rebounds. Shelby Friske and Kayla McEldowney each scored 13 points.

Castlewood shot 24-of-49 from the field and 13-of-18 from the free-throw line. The Warriors had 38 team rebounds.

Jenna Clark scored seven points for Howard. Kelsey Dawson scored six points and had eight rebounds. McKenna Rudebusch also scored six points.

The Tigers shot 9-of-40 from the field and 6-of-15 from the free-throw line. Howard had 29 rebounds and 29 turnovers .

Castlewood (8-2) hosts Deubrook Area Tuesday. Howard (1-9) hosts Parker Tuesday.

Castlewood won the junior varsity game 31-23.

C 27 39 56 66

H 6 13 15 25

White River 57, Kadoka Area 48

MURDO -- Ashlyn Plooster scored 17 points in White River's 57-48 win over Kadoka Area in the Southern Plains Tournament Thursday.

Maci Gillen scored 13 points in the win and Dusti Good Shield scored 10 points. Lene Wright had seven rebounds.

White River had 32 team rebounds and 22 turnovers.

Nicole VanderMay scored 12 points for Kadoka Area. Tia Carlson scored 11 points and had 16 rebounds.

Kadoka area shot 19-of-70 from the field and 10-of-22 from the free-throw line. The team had 48 rebounds and 29 turnovers.

White River (5-5) plays Jones County today in the Southern Plains Tournament in Murdo. Kadoka Area (5-4) plays Stanley County in the second round of the tournament.

WR 18 34 43 57

KA 10 21 34 48

Jones County 54,

Stanley County 34

MURDO -- The Jones County Coyotes defeated the Stanley County Lady Buffaloes 54-34 in the first round of the Southern Plains Conference Thursday.

Becky Bryan scored 17 points and had seven rebounds in the win. Trait Thorne scored 13 points and Madison Mathews scored 10 points.

Jones County shot 19-of-49 from the field and 15-of-24 from the free-throw line. The team had 31 rebounds and 15 turnovers.

Tory Deal scored 12 points for Stanley County. Carly Harrowa had eight rebounds.

Stanley County shot 11-of-32 from the field and 8-of-15 from the free-throw line. The Lady Buffaloes had 17 rebounds and 14 turnovers.

Jones County (7-3) plays White River today in the Southern Plains Tournament in Murdo. Stanley County (1-8) plays Kadoka Area in the second round of the tournament.

JC 15 30 36 54

SC 2 10 23 34

Avon 53, Andes Central 44

LAKE ANDES -- Chesney Nagel scored 35 points to lead Avon over Andes Central 43-44 Thursday.

LaNae Van Gerpen scored 10 points in the win and had nine rebounds. Nagel also had five rebounds.

The Lady Pirates made 16-of-62 field goal attempts for 26 percent. The team had 35 rebounds and 14 turnovers.

Kellie Winckler was the leading scorer for Andes Central with 18 points. Krista Winckler scored 14 points. Both Wincklers had nine rebounds. Kellie Winckler had six assists and four blocks.

The Eagles shot 15-of-42 from the field for 38 percent and 11-of-19 from the free-throw line for 59 percent. The team had 22 rebounds and 22 turnovers.

Avon is 6-3 and plays at Wagner today. Andes Central is 8-3 and plays at Marty Indian in Marty today.

A 16 30 42 53

AC 6 22 30 44

Miller 50, Chamberlain 42

CHAMBERLAIN -- Miller took a second-quarter lead and defeated Chamberlain 50-42 Thursday night.

Chamberlain led 8-6 after the first quarter, but Miller had a 22-15 lead at halftime.

Chamberlain was led by Kennedy Wagner and Jaymee Knippling, who both had eight points. Knippling also had nine rebounds.

Chamberlain was 12-of-42 from the field, 14-of-25 from the free-throw line and had 24 turnovers.

Miller's Tara Pamely and Jamie Mentzer each had 11 points.

Chamberlain (8-4) won the JV game and plays Kimball/White Lake on Monday in Kimball, and Miller is 8-2.

M 6 22 32 50

C 8 15 26 42

South Central 53, Colome 39

COLOME -- South Central defeated Colome 53-39 Thursday in the Southern Plains tournament. Colome was led in scoring by Tracy Routh, who scored 10 points. Colome shot 9-of-28 from the field (32 percent) and went 21-of-35 from the free-throw line (60 percent). Colome had 23 total rebounds and 24 total turnovers.

South Central was led in scoring by Whitney Hutchison, who scored 19 points. Chloe Kenzy scored 10 points and Ashley Green had 11. South Central shot 20-of-44 from the field (45 precent) and went 9-of-15 from the free-throw line (60 percent). Hutchison had nine of South Central's 26 rebounds. South Central had 24 total turnovers.

Colome (2-9) will play in the Southern Plains tournament against Lyman on Friday.

South Central (8-4) will play in the Southern Plains tournament on Friday against Gregory.

C 9 18 28 39

SC 11 28 41 53

Gregory 51, Lyman 19

COLOME -- Gregory defeated Lyman in the Southern Plains Conference tournament on Thursday night.

Gregory was led in scoring by Courtney Peterson, who scored 15 points. Gregory shot 19-of-61 from the field (31 percent) and went 13-31 from the free-throw line (42 percent). Baili McCance had nine of Gregory's 38 rebounds. Gregory had 10 total rebounds.

Lyman was led in scoring by Ryan Gray, who scored four points. Brooklyn Halverson grabbed seven rebounds. Lyman shot 8-of-56 from the field (14 percent) and went 3-of-6 from the free-throw line (50 percent). Lyman had 21 total rebounds and 17 total turnovers.

Gregory (5-4) will play South Central on Friday. Lyman (1-10) will play Colome on Friday.

G 16 30 42 51

L 5 5 12 19

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 52,

Hitchcock-Tulare 42

HURON -- Sanborn Central/Woonsocket defeated Hitchcock-Tulare in the final round the of 281 Girls' Basketball Tournament Thursday.

Shelby Selland scored 13 points to lead Sanborn Central/Woonsocket. Rachelle Moore scored 11 points and had seven rebounds and eight assists. Marissa Weber scored nine points and had six rebounds. Rachel Selland had seven rebounds.

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket made 19-of-49 field goals. The team had 31 rebounds and 14 turnovers.

Kristin Binger scored a game-high 16 points for Hitchcock-Tualre. Binger also had four steals and five assists. Molly Koester scored eight points and Alissa Binger scored seven points.

The Lady Patriots made 15-of-59 from the field. The team had 25 rebounds and 15 turnovers.

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket is 10-1 and hosts Hanson Tuesday in Forestburg. Hitchcock-Tulare (8-4) hosts Sully Buttes today in Hitchcock.

James Valley Christian 39,

Sunshine Bible Academy 37

HURON -- Sarah Wedel had a double-double for James Valley Christian as the Lady Vikings defeat Sunshine Bible Academy 39-37 in the final round of the 281 Conference Tournament Thursday.

Wedel scored 22 points and had 13 rebounds. Tara Nihart had six rebounds for James Valley. The Lady Vikings had 30 rebounds and 11 turnovers.

Kalli Quicke was the leader for Sunshine Bible with 12 points, 12 rebounds, and four assists. Shanna Moreland scored 10 points and had 10 rebounds. Tricia Wilken and Sara Pedersen each had six rebounds.

The Crusaders mad 14-of-46 field goal attempts. The team had 27 rebounds and 14 turnovers.

James Valley Christian is 5-5 and hosts Mount Vernon Thursday. Sunshine Bible Academy is 7-4 and hosts Wolsey-Wessington Tuesday.

JVC 10 17 26 39

SBA 8 17 26 37

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