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Area high school basketball roundup: Warrior girls rally to beat Titans 58-51

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PLANKINTON — The Winner girls’ basketball team rallied from an 11-point deficit to beat Mount Vernon/Plankinton 58-51 Friday.

Sara Husher led the way for Winner with 16 points and seven rebounds. Katie Mathis chipped in with 14 points and seven rebounds. Cassidy Hanson had 12 points for the Warriors and Kelsey Bertram added 10 points and three assists.

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Winner was 18-of-54 from the field and 19-of-21 from the free-throw line. The Warriors also won the JV game 26-22.

MVP was led by Megan Bultsma, who scored 12 points. Becca Glanzer chipped in with 10 points, while Makaela Karst had eight points and five assists.

The Titans were 19-of-42 from the field and 17-of-22 from the free-throw line.

Winner (13-1) plays Ainsworth, (Neb.) Tuesday in Ainsworth, while MVP (9-4) plays Mitchell Christian Tuesday at Mitchell Christian School.

MVP 14 29 37 51

W 9 18 35 58

Sioux Valley 61, McCook Central/Montrose 40 FLANDREAU — The Sioux Valley girls’ basketball team beat McCook Central/Montrose 61-40 Friday in the second round of the Big East Conference tournament.

Anna Keefe led the way for Sioux Valley with 14 points. Carley Peterson added 13 points. Sioux Valley was 25-of-52 from the field.

MCM was led by Morgan Koepsell, who scored 18 points and had eight rebounds. Emily Heumiller chipped in with two assists.

The Fighting Cougars were 18-of-50 from the field and 6-of-12 from the free-throw line.

SV (10-2) plays Chester in the Big East Conference tournament finals today in Howard. MCM (7-5) plays Garretson in the Big East Conference tournament third-place game today in Howard.

SV 17 30 49 61

MCM 3 15 30 40

Avon 47, Parkston 36 PARKSTON — Avon beat Parkston 47-34 in a high school girls’ basketball game on Friday night.

Avon’s leaders on the night included Ariana Oorlog, who had 20 points, Chesney Nagel added nine points and five rebounds, and Chaylee Nagel finished with seven points and six rebounds. Avon shot 34 percent from the field and 74 percent from the free-throw line.

Parkston’s leaders on the night were Halli Heisinger, who finished with eight points and seven rebounds and Justene Alley had six points. Parkston shot 32 percent from the field and 44 percent from the free-throw line.

Parkston won the JV game.

Avon (10-4) plays Menno Tuesday in Menno.

Parkston (3-10) plays McCook Central/Montrose Tuesday in Salem.

A 14 24 36 47

P 3 15 29 34

Wagner 65, Scotland 49 SCOTLAND — Scotland beat Wagner 65-49 in a high school girls’ basketball game on Friday night.

Scotland was led by Carley Skorepa, who had 18 points and six rebounds, Amber Alvery finished with eight points, and Hannah Mogck added seven points.

Wagner’s leaders on the night were Ali Kuca, who scored 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds, Emily Brunsing added 21 points and eight rebounds, and Gina Soukup chipped in with 10 points and seven rebounds.

Scotland (4-9) plays Alcester-Hudson Saturday in Alcester in the Tri-Valley Conference Tournament.

Wagner (7-7) plays Andes Central at 5pm on Thursday in Lake Andes.

W 18 41 50 65

S 10 19 29 49

Menno 58, Marion 53 MARION — Menno beat Marion 58-53 in a high school girls’ basketball game on Friday night.

Menno was led by Kylee Kessler who had 17 points. Menno shot 50 percent from the field and 63 percent from the free-throw line.

Marion’s leaders on the night were Devin Nelson, who finished with 18 points, while Erica Schonewald had eight points. Marion shot 28 percent from the field and 58 percent from the free-throw line.

Menno (2-10) plays Tuesday Avon in Menno.

Marion (2-9) plays Howard Tuesday in Marion.

ME 19 33 47 58

MA 12 26 36 53

Chamberlain 62, Mobridge-Pollock 21 CHAMBERLAIN — Abbey Handel scored 17 points to help the Chamberlain girls’ basketball team beat Mobridge-Pollock 62-21 Friday.

Kennedy Wagner chipped in with 14 points and five assists, while Brittany Goodlow added 12 points and five steals.

The Cubs were 22-of-52 from the field and 12-of-17 from the free-throw line.

Aundrea Kramer had 12 points to lead the way for Mobridge-Pollock.

Chamberlain (9-5) won the JV 36-26 play Platte-Geddes Tuesday in Platte. MP (0-13) plays Ipswich Friday in Mobridge.

MP 7 15 20 21

C 21 35 52 62

Corsica/Stickney 46, Dakota Christian 30 NEW HOLLAND — Hope Menning scored 22 points to help the Corsica/Stickney girls’ basketball team beat Dakota Christian 46-30 Friday.

Micayla Bamberg chipped in with 12 points, while Brianna Kuyper added five rebounds and five steals.

The Jaguars were 18-of-39 from the field and 3-of-7 from the free-throw line.

Dakota Christian was led by Ahna Vander Pol, who scored 13 points. Brooklyn Vander Pol chipped in with 10 points and six rebounds.

The Cadets were 9-of-37 from the field and 9-of-12 from the free-throw line.

CS (9-6) hosts Burke/South Central Tuesday in Corsica, while DC (8-6) hosts Andes Central Monday in New Holland.

DC 10 14 23 30

CS 15 26 39 46

Platte-Geddes 57, Colome 41 COLOME — The Platte-Geddes girls’ basketball team beat Colome 57-41 Friday.

Josie DeGroot had 19 points to lead the way for Platte-Geddes. Brianna Erickson chipped in with 10 points.

Colome was led by Colby Taggart, who scored 11 points and Taylor Hrabanek, who had 10.

PG (6-8) hosts Chamberlain Tuesday in Platte, while Colome (4-12) plays Lyman Monday in Presho.

Thursday game: Chester Area 53, Howard 36 CHESTER — Two players scored in double figures to help the Chester Area girls’ basketball team beat Howard 53-36 Thursday at the Big East Conference tournament.

Elena Borah led the way for Chester Area with 15 points. Erin Benson chipped in with 14 points and eight assists.

Chester Area was 21-of-47 from the field.

Howard was led by Kelsey Dawson, who scored 10 points and had four rebounds. Macey Erickson chipped in with nine points.

The Tigers were 11-of-34 from the field and 10-of-14 from the free throw line.

H 9 15 25 36

C 15 36 44 53

Boys’ basketball

Hartington Cedar Catholic 66, Wagner 46 HARTINGTON — Hartington Cedar Catholic beat Wagner 66-46 in a high school boys’ basketball game on Friday night.

Hartington Cedar Catholic was led by James Kaiser with 22 points and Grant Howell added 14 points.

Wagner’s leaders on the night were Derek Soukup and Noah St. Pierre who both had 10 points.

Wagner (7-6) plays Andes Central at 8 p.m. on Thursday at Lake Andes.

H 19 40 57 66

W 8 15 25 46

Chamberlain 73, Mobridge-Pollock 47 CHAMBERLAIN — Chamberlain beat Mobridge-Pollock 73-47 in a high school boys’ basketball game on Friday night.

Chamberlain’s leaders on the night were Skyler Bertram, who had 29 points and six rebounds, while Ruben Estes added 14 points, and Hudson Priebe finished with 11 points. Chamberlain shot 27-of-51 from the field, had 10-of-16 from the free-throw line, and had nine turnovers.

Mobridge-Pollack was led by Preston Frederick with 14 points and Mitchel Heumiller with 14 points. Mobrigde-Pollack shot 18-of-48 from the field, 5-of-8 from the free-throw line, and had 15 turnovers.

Chamberlain won the JV game.

Chamberlain (10-3) plays Lennox today at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls.

Mobridge-Pollack (5-7) plays Cheyenne-Eagle Butte on Tuesday in Mobridge.

C 18 39 56 73

MP 18 24 39 47

Mount Vernon/Plankinton 70, Winner 52 PLANKINTON — Mount Vernon/Plankinton beat Winner in a high school boys’ basketball game on Friday night.

Mount Vernon/Plankinton was led by Deric Denning with had 19 points and nine rebound. Cody Renken had 16 points, while Cote Hinker finished with 13 points. Mount Vernon/Plankinton shot 55 percent from the field and 77 percent from the free-throw line.

Winner’s leaders on the night were Nathan Galbraith with had 22 points and Dalton Leiferman with had eight points and 13 rebounds. Winner shot 34 percent from the field and 58 percent from the free-throw line.

Mount Vernon/Plankinton (8-5) plays Mitchell Christian Tuesday in Mitchell.

Winner (5-8) plays Ainsworth (Neb.) Tuesday in Ainsworth, Neb..

Burke/South Central 44, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 39 TRIPP — Burke/South Central beat Tripp-Delmont/Armour 44-39 in a high school boys’ basketball game on Friday night.

For BSC, Sam Hazen had 12 points and 15 rebounds and Zach Serbern added 11 points and two rebounds. BSC shot 18-of-44 from the field and 6-of-13 from the free-throw line.

Tripp-Delmont/Armour was led by Cody Hrdlicka who had 15 points and three rebounds and Shane Koster had six points and six rebounds. Tripp-Delmont/Armour shot 15-of-49 from the field and 7-of-12 from the free-throw line.

BSC (7-7) plays Marty Indian Thursday in Bonesteel.

Platte-Geddes 51, Colome 41 COLOME — Coby Johnson recorded a double-double to help the Platte-Geddes boys’ basketball team beat Colome 51-41 Friday.

Johnson tallied 18 points and 18 rebounds. Carter Dykstra also had 18 points for the Black Panthers and five assists.

Colome was led by Lane Fawcett, who scored 16 points. Terrance Kinzer chipped in with14 points, while Reed Harter had 10 points.

PG (7-4) hosts Chamberlain Tuesday in Platte, while Colome (9-5) plays Kimball/White Lake Tuesday in White Lake.

Tripp-Delmont/Armour (5-9) plays Marty Indian Friday in Bonesteel.

TDA 6 12 22 39

BSC 10 25 37 44

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 65, Wessington Springs 48 WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Davion Brooks recorded a double-double to help the Sanborn Central/Woonsocket boys’ basketball team beat Wessington Springs 65-48 Friday.

Brooks tallied 24 points and 14 rebounds. Jaedyn Ford and Dillon Moore each added 10 points, while Brady Tiede had eight points and eight rebounds.

The Blackhawks were 30-of-62 from the field and 5-of-13 from the free-throw line.

Wessington Springs was led by Jase Kraft, Zachary Paulson and Braden Jones. All three players scored 10 points. Jones also added eight rebounds.

The Spartans were 17-of-49 from the field and 11-of-15 from the free throw line.

SCW (10-2) plays Ethan Monday in Ethan, while WS (3-9) plays Redfield/Doland today in Redfield.

WS 8 21 36 48

SCW 22 36 55 65

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