Area basketball: Parkston edges Freeman, 56-52FREEMAN — Parkston held off Freeman 17-13 in the final quarter to net a 56-52 win in a high school girls’ basketball game Friday in Freeman. Marie Malloy led Parkston with 19 points and five steals. Emma Murtha grabbed nine of the team’s 35 rebounds and Alison Fergen had five assists. Erica Herrold and McKenzie Weidenbach added nine and eight points respectively. The Trojans were 32 percent from the field and 50 percent from the line.
By: Sports staff, The Daily Republic
FREEMAN — Parkston held off Freeman 17-13 in the final quarter to net a 56-52 win in a high school girls’ basketball game Friday in Freeman.
Marie Malloy led Parkston with 19 points and five steals. Emma Murtha grabbed nine of the team’s 35 rebounds and Alison Fergen had five assists. Erica Herrold and McKenzie Weidenbach added nine and eight points respectively. The Trojans were 32 percent from the field and 50 percent from the line.
Hillary Paulson registered a double-double, 21 points and 17 rebounds, in the Flyers’ loss. Carly Uecker chipped in 12 points and teammate Dina Soulek nabbed four of the team’s 30 rebounds. Freeman shot 29 percent from the field and 69 percent from the line.
Parkson, 17-1, opens District 10A action Tuesday against McCook Central/Montrose.
Freeman, 16-4, begins District 11B play Thursday.
Parkston 9 28 39 56
Freeman 7 29 39 52
McCook Central/Montrose 45
MONTROSE — Brooke Relf led all scorers with 21 points in Flandreau’s 57-45 victory over McCook Central/Montrose.
Nicole Veldkamp tallied 20 points and grabbed eight of the team’s 27 rebounds. Flandreau was 22-of-44 from the field and 11-of-19 from the line.
Brittany Raap led the Fighting Cougars with 10 points. Katie Binder, Jill Scheier and Steph Heumiller netted nine points each. Binder and Katie Johnston led the defense with seven rebounds. McCook Central/Montrose grabbed 27 rebounds, shot 22-of-58 from the field and 6-of-8 from the line.
Flandreau, 9-11, opens District 5A action Tuesday.
McCook Central/Montrose, 7-13, opens District 10A play against Parkston Tuesday.
McCook Central/Montrose defeated Flandreau 27-23 in the JV game.
Flandreau 11 25 34 57
McM 8 20 30 45
Dell Rapids St. Mary 40
CANISTOTA — Haley Jerman netted 17 points and five assists in Canistota’s 46-40 victory over Dell Rapids St. Mary.
Chloe Nielsen and Brooke DeKramer added 11 points each. Nielsen led the defense with 10 of the team’s 25 rebounds. Canistota shot 46 percent from the field and 65 percent from the line.
Laura Carlson paced the Cardinals with 13 points. Chelsey Brown and Mariah Mergan added 11 and 10 points respectively.
Canistota finishes the season with a 12-9 record.
Dell Rapids St. Mary finishes the season with a 2-18 record.
DRSM 8 16 26 40
Canistota 9 22 28 46
McLaughlin 48, Chamberlain 40
CHAMBERLAIN — McLaughlin had three players in double digits Friday on its way to a 48-40 win over Chamberlain.
Summer Taken Alive led McLaughlin with 15 points. Amy Talks added 13 and Bobbi Jamerson finished with 10. Talks also had 11 rebounds. The Midgets were 18-for-46 from the field, 7-for-20 from the line and had 30 rebounds.
Brooke McDonald led the Cubs with 11 points. Kennedy Wagner and Shaylene High Elk each had seven rebounds. Chamberlain was 18-for-59 from the field, 4-for-12 from the line and had 30 rebounds.
McLaughlin 12 26 40 48
Chamberlain 14 22 33 40
Hanson 58, Hurley 37
ALEXANDRIA — Hanson led 19-8 after the first quarter and never looked back Friday in a 58-37 win over Hurley in Alexandria.
Amanda Hart and Ashley Robinson both scored 17 points to lead Hanson and Ashley Steilen added 11 points. Robinson also had seven rebounds and Alyssa Persson had five assists. The Beavers were 23-for-49 from the field, 11-for-16 from the line and had 21 rebounds.
Jasmyn Hansen led Hurley with 14 points and Hayley Jorgensen and Ashley Boomgarden each had 10. Jorgensen also had eight rebounds. The Bulldogs were 14-for-45 from the field and 8-for-9 from the line.
Hanson is 16-4 and plays in a district game Tuesday at the Corn Palace. Hurley is 8-12 and plays Canistota Tuesday in Tea in a district game.
Hanson won the JV game 45-8.
Hurley 8 15 25 37
Hanson 19 31 43 58
Canistota 73, Sanborn Central 27
CANISTOTA — Sam Jolley scored 16 points and had nine assists, seven rebounds and five steals Friday to lead Canistota to a 73-27 win over Sanborn Central.
Cody Bunger added 14 points and Jerico Shape finished with 11 for Canistota, which was 27-for-57 from the field, 7-for-9 from the line and had 24 rebounds.
Tark Kingsburg and Michael Morgan both scored seven points to lead the Rebels and Kurt Stekl added six rebounds. Sanborn Central was 9-for-45 from the field, 7-for-10 from the line and had 21 rebounds.
Canistota is 14-4 and plays today in Hurley. The Rebels are 4-15 and play Woonsocket Tuesday. The Hawks won the JV game 48-26.
SC 4 13 20 27
Canistota 19 36 52 73
Tripp-Delmont/Armour 62, Ethan 43
ETHAN — Adam Fink scored a game-high 23 points to lead Tripp-Delmont/Armour to a 62-43 win over Ethan Friday.
TDA led 35-22 at halftime.
Jared Hermanek added 20 points for the Nighthawks and Cody Dozark had five rebounds. TDA was 13-for-25 from the line and had 26 rebounds.
Jordon Connor had 11 points and 16 rebounds to lead the Rustlers. Matt Tuttle added 10 points and Kyle Pollreisz had nine. Ethan was 16-for-42 from the field, 9-for-16 from the line and had 27 rebounds.
Ethan is 4-15 and is off until the District 11B tournament starts March 1. TDA, which won the JV game 45-24, is 14-5 and plays Kimball Tuesday at the Corn Palace.
TDA 21 35 52 62
Ethan 11 22 35 43
Chamberlain 63, McLaughlin 55
CHAMBERLAIN — Chamberlain had four players in double digits as it ran past McLaughlin 63-55 Friday.
Chevy Fischer led the offense with 16 points, Jade Basting added 13, Mike Schwartz tallied 12 and Isiah Harrison chipped in 11. Levi Andera finished with five assists and 11 of the team’s 36 rebounds. Chamberlain shot 24-of-49 from the field and 12-of-15 from the line.
Gabe Archambault was the high scorer with 24 points in the Midgets’ loss. Hank Taken Alive had 15 points. McLaughlin grabbed 30 rebounds, was 20-of-52 from the field and 9-of-13 from the line.
Chamberlain, 9-8, takes on Stanley County in Ft. Pierre Monday.
McLaughlin, 10-8, hosts Crow Creek today.
In JV action, the Cubs held off McLaughlin 45-43.
McLaughlin 7 22 33 55
Chamberlain 14 32 42 63
Madison 85, Parkston 42
PARKSTON — Derrick Wiebe and Michael Sullivan each scored 20 points in Madison’s 85-42 win over Parkston.
Wiebe added 14 of the team’s 36 rebounds and teammate Mitchell White tallied 10 points and six rebounds. Madison shot 52 percent from the field and 55 percent from the line.
Tanner Weber paced the Trojans with 19 points and 10 of the team’s 22 rebounds. Chance Roth chipped in 10 points. Parkston shot 36 percent from the field and went 0-for-2 from the line.
Madison, 18-1, hosts Milbank Monday.
Parkston, 2-15, hosts Gregory today.
The Bulldogs defeated Parkston 59-23 in the JV game.
Madison 16 45 66 85
Parkston 9 20 33 42
Wagner 56, Platte-Geddes 42
WAGNER — Brett Kuca registered 14 points and six rebounds in Wagner’s 56-42 victory over Platte-Geddes.
Brennan Hilzendeger and Matthew Fleming tallied 11 points apiece. Trevor Greger netted 10 points and 11 of the team’s 27 rebounds. Solomon St. Pierre had seven assists. Wagner shot 49 percent from the field and 83 percent from the line.
Thad Campbell led the Black Panthers with 11 points. Platte-Geddes grabbed 18 rebounds, was 53 percent from the field and 46 percent from the line.
Wagner, 15-3, takes on Bon Homme in Tyndall Monday.
Platte-Geddes, 9-10, hosts Gregory in Platte Monday.
In JV action, Wagner defeated Platte-Geddes 51-45.
Platte-Geddes 12 19 28 42
Wagner 17 34 47 56
Corsica/Stickney 86, Kimball 39
KIMBALL — Kirby Baan Hofman and Kris Menning scored 19 and 18 points respectively as Corsica/Stickney ran past Kimball 86-39 to remain undefeated at 19-0 on the season.
Luke Bamberg added 13 points and grabbed nine of the team’s 39 rebounds. Corsica/Stickney shot 37-of-58 from field and 7-of-11 from the line.
Trevor Reinesch netted nine points for the Kiotes. Jesse Taylor had seven points and seven of the team’s 23 rebounds. Kimball was 17-of-53 from the field and 3-of-10 from the line.
Corsica/Stickney hosts Dakota Christian Tuesday in Stickney.
Kimball, 7-10, faces Highmore/Harrold today in Highmore.
In JV action, Corsica/Stickney defeated Kimball 65-23.
Kimball 11 18 28 39
CS 24 51 70 86
Gregory 41, Bon Homme 39
GREGORY — Gregory overcame a fourth-quarter rally by Bon Homme and held off the Cavaliers 41-39.
Adam Mikkelsen led Gregory with 17 points and eight of the team’s 33 rebounds in the win. Sid Eagle Star garnered eight rebounds. The Gorillas were 17-of-47 from the field and 3-of-7 from the line.
Mike Ruppelt and Robbie Jelsma netted 11 points apiece in the Cavaliers loss. Jelsma led the defense with eight of the team’s 30 rebounds. Bon Homme shot 15-of-44 from the field and 9-of-13 from the line.
Gregory, 8-8, travels to Parkston today.
Bon Homme, 10-8, hosts Wagner Monday in Tyndall.
Bon Homme 5 16 26 39
Gregory 15 23 31 41
Dakota Christian 85, Colome 46
CORSICA — Dakota Christian’s Mitch Vander Pol led the offense with 26 points and seven assists in a 85-46 win over Colome.
Josh De Waard registered 22 points, five blocks and grabbed 11 of the team’s 40 rebounds. Tommy Holleman and Cooper Dykstra added 12 and 11 points respectively. Lee Niewenhuis had seven assists. Dakota Christian shot 49 percent from the field and 80 percent from the line.
Brock Dufek netted 11 points in the Cowboys loss. Colome finished with 17 rebounds, shot 44-percent from the field and 30-percent from the line.
Dakota Christian, 14-5, takes on Corsica/Stickney Tuesday in Stickney.
Colome ends the regular season with a 3-16 record.
In JV action, Dakota Christian defeated Colome 55-18.
Colome 2 23 35 46
Dakota Christian 25 40 65 85
Avon 47, Freeman 35
AVON — Jeff Bertus registered a double-double, netting 10 points and 10 rebounds, in Avon’s 47-35 win over Freeman.
Josh Cihak and Nick Poppe led the offense with 14 and 11 points. Avon grabbed 26 rebounds, was 45-percent from the field and 44-percent from the line.
Spencer Becker led the Flyers with 10 points and four assists. Cody Herman and Austin Streyle led the defense with seven rebounds each. Freeman grabbed 26 rebounds, shot 52-precent from the field and 33-precent from the line.
Avon, 10-9, faces South Central in Bonesteel Tuesday.
Freeman ends the regular season with a 1-19 record.
The Pirates rolled past Freeman 40-23 in the JV contest.
Freeman 11 17 25 35
Avon 15 19 36 47
Andes Central 90,
Marty Indian School 63
LAKE ANDES — Joey McKeegan led all scorers with 29 points in Andes Central’s 90-63 win over Marty Indian School.
Grant Petrik netted 19 points and 21 rebounds for a double-double. Teammate Ryan Knudsen tallied 14 points and grabbed nine of the team’s 42 rebounds. Colter Florey added 13 points and eight rebounds and McKeegan chipped in six assists. Andes Central was 42 percent from the field and 50 precent from the line.
Garret Drapeau and CJ Mace scored 10 points apiece in the Braves loss.
Andes Central, 6-12, hosts Menno Tuesday.
Marty Indian School ends the regular season with a 5-14 record.
In JV action, Marty Indian School defeated Andes Central 54-32.
Andes Central 20 39 68 90
Marty 11 25 41 63
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