Hanson outlasts Bridgewater-Emery girls in three overtimesMENNO — The Hanson High School girls’ basketball team defeated Bridgewater-Emery in triple overtime 62-57 in the first round of the Cornbelt Conference tournament Thursday in Menno.
By: Sports staff, The Daily Republic
MENNO — The Hanson High School girls’ basketball team defeated Bridgewater-Emery in triple overtime 62-57 in the first round of the Cornbelt Conference tournament Thursday in Menno.
Bridgewater-Emery hit 3-pointers at the end of regulation, the first overtime and the second overtime to keep the game alive.
Bridgewater-Emery (7-5) led 32-27 going into the fourth quarter before Hanson (8-6) outscored the Huskies 14-9 in final quarter.
The Huskies Aly Hanssen hit a 3-pointer at the end of regulation to send the game into overtime. Hanson had a three-point lead in the final seconds of overtime, but Justine Dye hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to send it to double overtime. Hanssen hit another three with five seconds left in double overtime, and Kianna Ibis blocked Hanson’s shot at the buzzer to send the game to a third overtime.
However, Tiana Kayser’s 3-pointer with 10 seconds left for the Huskies was no good, giving Hanson the win.
Ashley Robinson led Hanson with 20 points and 10 rebounds and Kendra Cheeseman and Cassidy Graham each scored 13 points.
Ibis led Bridgwater-Emery with 14 points, 15 rebounds and seven blocks. Hanssen scored 13 points and Dye had 11 points and six assists for the Huskies.
Both teams play today in the second round of the tournament. Hanson plays Freeman and Bridgewater-Emery plays Marion.
BE 12 22 32 41 46 51 57
H 10 24 27 41 46 51 61
Freeman 57, Menno 25
MENNO — Freeman held Menno scoreless in the first quarter in its 57-25 win Thursday in the Cornbelt Conference tournament.
Dina Soulek led Freeman (10-3) with 17 points and Paige Herrboldt added 14 points. Carly Uecker grabbed 10 rebounds for the Flyers.
Courtney Kessler and Kylee Kessler both scored seven points for Menno (3-10) with Courtney Kessler grabbing eight rebounds.
Both teams play today in the second day of the tournament with Freeman facing Hanson and Menno taking on Canistota.
F 23 34 49 57
M 0 9 15 25
Canistota 37, Marion 25
MENNO —Despite turning the ball over 22 times, Canistota beat Marion 37-25 Thursday at the Cornbelt Conference tournament.
Haley Jerman led Canistota (4-7) with 16 points and Chloe Nielsen scored 15 points.
Marion (0-11) was led by Katherine Luke, who scored 11 points and grabbed seven rebounds, and Kylie Hughes dished out nine assists.
Both teams play today in the second day of the tournament with Canistota facing Menno and Marion taking on Bridgewater-Emery.
C 5 16 26 37
M 8 13 17 25
Highmore-Harrold 76, Lyman 27
HIGHMORE — Fourth-ranked Highmore-Harrold jumped out to a big lead early in its 76-27 win against Lyman Thursday.
Both Bailey Kusser and Logan Cowan scored 19 points for Highmore-Harrold (11-1) and Holly Hamlin added 14 points.
Kimberly Welter led Lyman (0-14) with 10 points.
L 6 13 21 27
HH 24 46 66 76
South Central 50,
West Boyd (Neb.) 26
BONESTEEL — South Central’s Cheyenne Lambley had 13 points and 12 rebounds in a 50-26 win over West Boyd (Neb.) Thursday.
Lauren Heyden had 11 points for South Central and Skyler Heyden had 10 points.
South Central hit 40 percent from the field, 18 percent from the free-throw line and had five turnovers.
South Central (11-3) plays Tripp-Delmont/Armour in Bonesteel today.
SC 14 25 36 50
WB 11 16 22 26
Garretson 57, Howard 23
HOWARD — Garretson defeated Howard in the first round of the Big East Conference tournament Thursday in Howard.
Erika Bamsey had eight points to lead Howard, which hit 10 of 48 shots from the field. The Tigers were 4-of-8 from the free-throw line and had 27 turnovers.
Garretson was led Lindsey Fiegen, who had 18 points and nine rebounds.
Garretson (7-4) plays Baltic today in the semifinals of the tournament, while Howard (2-9) plays Sioux Valley at 6:30 p.m. today in Howard.
G 41 57
H 8 23
Gregory 59, White Lake 50
WHITE LAKE — Gregory’s Tanya Tolsa had 21 points in a 59-50 win over White Lake Thursday.
Gregory’s Paxten Johnson had 12 points.
Gregory hit 41 percent from the field, 63 percent from the field and had 18 rebounds.
White Lake’s Mariah Nightingale had 24 points and Emily Beckmann had 11 points.
Gregory (5-7) plays Bon Homme Monday, while White Lake (6-5) plays Viborg/Hurley at the Centerville Classic Saturday.
Colome 42, Kimball 39
KIMBALL — Colome’s Morgan Hughes had 12 points in a 42-39 win over Kimball Thursday.
Colome hit 8-of-26 from the field, 15-of-19 from the free-throw line and had 11 turnovers.
Kimball was led by Jill Jandreau, who had 12 points. Rachel Gaulke had 10 points.
The Kiotes hit 15-of-31 from the field, 7-of-14 from the free-throw line and had 19 turnovers.
Colome (5-10) plays Lyman Monday, while Kimball (2-9) plays Wolsey-Wessington Monday.
Winner 67, Stanley County 33
WINNER — Winner’s Sharee Galbraith had 24 points and 22 rebounds in a 67-33 win over Stanley County Thursday.
Kelli Norrid had eight points and five rebounds for Winner, which hit 30-of-62 from the field. It also hit 7 of its 21 shots from the free-throw line.
Winner (11-3) plays at Miller Saturday, while Stanley County (3-10) plays Eagle Buttle next.
W 15 40 58 67
SC 11 16 28 33
Wagner 52, Scotland 36
WAGNER — Wagner had three scorers in double digits in a 52-36 win over Scotland Thursday.
Devon Brecke had a game-high 17 points, Talia Peters had 14 points and Jessa Doom had 10. Alexa Cimpl had nine rebounds for Wagner, which hit 49 percent from the field and 75 percent from the free-throw line.
Scotland’s Haley Brunke and Amber-Dawn Edwards each had eight points.
The Highlanders hit 37 percent from the field, 73 percent from the free-throw line and had 17 turnovers.
Wagner (11-2) plays O’Neill, Neb., Tuesday in Wagner, while Scotland (8-5) hosts Freeman Tuesday.
W 14 26 37 52
S 4 16 22 36
Bon Homme at Andes Central
LAKE ANDES — This game was not reported despite attempts to reach coaches.
Irene-Wakonda at Freeman Academy
FREEMAN — This game was not reported despite attempts to reach coaches.
Plankinton 59, Sanborn Central 56
FORESTBURG — Plankinton’s Colin Spinar had 24 points and 10 rebounds in a 59-56 win over Sanborn Central Thursday. It was Plankinton’s first win of the year.
Chance Boyd had 12 points and seven for Plankinton, which hit 52 percent from the field. It hit 40 percent from the free-throw line.
Sanborn Central Troy Grassel had 18 points, Todd Stekl had 15 points and Chace Weeden had 12 points. Nick Miller had 13 rebounds.
The Rebels hit 32 percent from the field and 50 percent from the field.
Plankinton (1-12) plays Wessington Springs Saturday at the Corn Palace in the Woonsocket Classic, while Sanborn Central (2-10) plays Lake Preston Tuesday.
P 21 36 46 59
SC 16 21 33 56
Gregory 51, Avon 47
GREGORY — Gregory’s Sid Eagle Star and Aaron Schmitz each had 15 points in a 51-47 win over Avon Thursday.
Gregory hit 19-of-41 from the field and 10-of-19 from the free-throw line.
Avon’s Chance Roth had 24 points and Luke Van Gerpen had 10 points. The Pirates hit 15-of-45 from the field.
Gregory (7-1) plays Canton at the Chamberlain Classic Saturday, while Avon (6-7) plays Menno Monday.
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A 10 16 27 47
Wagner 61, Hartington Cedar Catholic (Neb.) 52
WAGNER — Wagner’s Solomon St. Pierre had 23 points and five assists in a 61-52 win over Hartington Cedar Catholic (Neb.) 61-52 Thursday.
Brett Kuca had 16 points and Noah St. Pierre and Brennan Hilzendeger each had 10 points.
Wagner hit 23-of-44 from the field, 12-of-15 from the free-throw line and had 11 turnovers.
W 16 27 43 61
HCC 20 32 40 52
Lennox 53, Parkston 26
PARKSTON — Jordan Neeman scored 17 points and Dusty Javers had 13 to pace Lennox past Parkston 53-26 on Thursday night.
Evan Schoenfelder had 10 points for Parkston, which is 1-9 and plays Mitchell Christian in the Parkton Classic on Saturday.
L 11 30 47 53
P 5 10 21 26
Mount Vernon 18
STICKNEY — Kris Menning and Zach Connor each had 12 points to lead Corsica/Stickney to a 48-18 win over Mount Vernon on Thursday night.
C/S held Mount Vernon to 18 percent shooting, while C/S shot 37 percent from the floor.
Menning also had 11 rebounds for the Jaguars, who outrebounded MV 40-22. C/S is 9-1 and play Sully Buttes in the Parkston Classic on Saturday.
Jon Nebelsick had five points and eight rebounds to lead Mount Vernon, which is 8-1.
MV 0 8 15 18
CS 11 19 30 48
Freeman 47, White Lake 58
FREEMAN — Jacob Kirsch had 19 points and seven rebounds to lead White Lake to a 58-47 win over Freeman on Thursday night.
Trey Waltner had 22 points and Cole Paulson scored nine to lead Freeman, which is 1-8 and host Bon Homme on Saturday.
WL is 3-6.
WL 15 31 42 58
F 12 28 42 47
Freeman Academy 26
FREEMAN — Irene-Wakonda had three players score in double figures in its 64-26 win against Freeman Academy Thursday.
Scott Davis led Irene-Wakonda with 12 points and nine rebounds. Greg Peterson added 11 points and Dustin Livingston scored 10 points and grabbed eight rebounds for the Eagles.
Freeman Academy (1-10) got seven points and 13 rebounds from Jeff Preheim. Freeman Academy plays Monday at home against Marion.
IW 14 31 47 64
FA 7 10 17 26
West Boyd (Neb.) 43,
South Central 36
BONESTEEL — West Boyd scored 19 points in the fourth quarter to come back and beat South Central 43-36 Thursday.
Dexter Black led West Boyd with 14 points and Jon Alford chipped in 11.
Dakota Votaw led South Central (1-11) and Tyler Frank scored nine points.
South Central plays today in Bonesteel against Tripp-Delmont/Armour.
WB 11 17 24 43
SC 5 17 26 36
Bon Homme 41, Andes Central 39
LAKE ANDES — Ryan Heusinkveld’s big game led Bon Homme past Andes Central 41-39 Thursday.
Heusinkveld had a double-double with 19 points and 12 rebounds for Bon Homme (7-5).
Andes Central (2-10) was led by Grant Petrik’s 14 points and Connor Florey grabbed seven rebounds.
Bon Homme plays at Freeman Saturday and Andes Central plays at home in Lake Andes against Wagner Feb. 4.
BH 9 23 30 41
AC 9 21 29 39
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