AREA BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Wagner girls upset by Bon HommeWAGNER — The Bon Homme girls’ basketball team upset No. 7-ranked Wagner 57-54 in a District 10A basketball game Thursday.
By: Sports staff, The Daily Republic
WAGNER — The Bon Homme girls’ basketball team upset No. 7-ranked Wagner 57-54 in a District 10A basketball game Thursday.
Bon Homme’s Raquel Sutera had 20 points and five rebounds and Tara Ronke had 19 points.
Bon Homme was 18-of-32 from the field, 11-of-14 from the free-throw line and had 18 turnovers.
Wagner’s Devon Brecke had a game-high 24 points and Jessa Doom had 13 points and six rebounds.
The Red Raiders hit 20 of 33 field goals, 7 of 12 free throws and had 14 turnovers.
Bon Homme (12-9) plays Thursday against Parkston, while Wagner ended its season 16-4.
BH 12 30 45 57
W 12 26 44 54
South Central 52, Gregory 38
BONESTEEL — South Central defeated Gregory 52-38 in a District 13A game Tuesday.
South Central’s Crissy Drey had 12 points, Lauren Heyden had 12 points and Cheyenne Lambley finished with 11 points and eight rebounds.
South Central was 23-of-46 from the field, 4-of-9 from the free-throw line and had 11 turnovers.
Gregory was led by Baili MaCance, who had 13 points. Shelby Rajewich had 11 points.
Gregory was 15-of-41 from the field and had 12 turnovers.
South Central (16-4) plays Winner in Gregory at 7 p.m. Thursday, while Gregory ended its season 6-14.
SC 15 29 36 52
G 10 23 29 38
Parkston 52, McCook Central/Montrose 44
PARKSTON — Parkston was led by Logan Wagner’s 16 points in a 52-44 win over McCook Central/Montrose Tuesday in a District 10A basketball game.
Jenna Reiser had 12 points for Parkston and Marie Malloy had seven rebounds.
Parkston hit 15 of 47 field goals and 19 of 34 free throws. It had 15 turnovers.
McCook Central/Montrose’s Katie Binder had 12 points. Katie Johnston had six rebounds.
The Fighting Cougars hit 38 percent from the field, 30 percent from the free-throw line and had 18 turnovers.
Parkston (19-2) plays Bon Homme at 7 p.m. Thursday in Parkston, while McCook Central/Montrose ended its season 7-14.
P 11 25 40 52
MCM 7 20 30 44
Woonsocket 52, Wolsey-Wessington 37
HURON — Emily Olson scored 20 points, had six rebounds and six assists to lead Woonsocket past Wolsey-Wessington 52-37 in a District 9B semifinal Tuesday night at the Huron Arena.
Rachel Selland had 11 points and 10 rebounds for Woonsocket, which faces James Valley Christian in the district final Thursday in Huron.
Bridgett Clarke scored 12 points and had eight rebounds for Wolsey-Wessington.
Miller 63, Chamberlain 48
MILLER — Alexis Watts scored 15 points and had 12 rebounds to lead Miller past Chamberlain 63-48 in a District 12A semifinal Tuesday night.
Kelsey Hunter led all scorers with 19 points and Mallory Fischer added 13 for Miller, which faces Crow Creek on Thursday in Chamberlain.
Frankie Willard had 13 points and Kennedy Wagner scored 12 to lead Chamberlain.
M 20 32 53 63
C 13 23 39 48
Bridgewater-Emery 38, Canistota 31
TEA — Kianna Ibis had 15 points, 12 rebounds and four blocks to help Bridgewater-Emery beat Canistota 38-31 in a District 7B semifinal Thursday night.
Elizabeth Schnabel had eight points and nine rebounds for B-E, which plays Parker in the district final Friday night in Tea.
Chloe Nielsen had seven points to lead Canistota.
BE 5 16 26 31
C 13 22 28 38
Parker 57, Marion 23
TEA — Katelyn Schaefer had 12 points and 11 rebounds to lead Parker past Marion 57-23 in a District 7B semifinal Tuesday night.
Kylie Hughes scored 14 points and had five steals for Marion.
P 15 30 49 57
T 0 6 13 23
White Lake 46, Kimball 32
WHITE LAKE — White Lake defeated Kimball 46-32 in a District 10B basketball game Tuesday.
White Lake was led by Maria Nightingale’s 18 points and 11 rebounds. Haley Mohnen had 12 points.
Kimball was led by Jill Jandreau, who had 12 points. Kelsey Long had six rebounds.
The Kiotes had 29 turnovers to White Lake’s 11.
White Lake (15-6) plays Mitchell Christian at 7:15 p.m. at the Corn Palace in the semifinals of the district tournament, while Kimball finished its season
WL 12 23 32 46
K 8 14 18 32
Hanson 71, Plankinton 54
PLANKINTON — Hanson’s Kendra Cheeseman had a team-high 20 points in a 71-54 win over Plankinton in a District 10B basketball game.
Cassidy Grahm had 16 points, Ashley Robinson had 14 points and Leah Marsch had 10 points.
Hanson hit 21 of 40 shots from the field, 29 of 43 from the free-throw line and 23 turnovers.
Plankinton’s Ellen Bucher had 18 points and Linda Hill had 10 points.
Plankinton was 25-of-71 from the field, 6-of-12 from the free-throw line and had 17 turnovers.
Hanson (12-9) plays Mount Vernon at the Corn Palace Thursday, while Plankinton ended the season 12-9.
H 12 28 44 71
P 8 22 38 54
Winner 60, Platte-Geddes 53
WINNER — Winner’s Sharee Galbraith had 24 points and 13 rebounds in a 60-53 win over Platte-Geddes in a District 13A game Tuesday.
Kelli Norrid had 16 points and 10 assists and Loni Vosika and Kirby Bertram each had five rebounds.
Winner was 18-of-39 from the field and 3-of-7 from the free-throw line.
Platte-Geddes was led by Kelly Knudson’s 14 points. Kami Meyerink had 12 points and nine rebounds.
Platte-Geddes was 18-of-39 from the field, 3-of-12 from the free-throw line and had 18 turnovers.
Winner (15-6) plays South Central in Gregory Thursday, while Platte-Geddes ended its season 8-13.
W 23 37 41 60
PG 14 27 38 53
James Valley Christian 51,
Sanborn Central 40
HURON — James Valley Christian knocked off Sanborn Central 51-40 in a District 9B basketball game Tuesday.
James Valley Christian’s Tia Nihard had 21 points and six rebounds. Sarah Wedel had nine points, three steals and four assists.
Sanborn Central’s Tatem Kingsbury had 13 points and 11 rebounds and Rachelle Moore had 10 points.
JVC plays Woonsocket in the district championship Thursday in Huron, while Sanborn Central ended its season 13-9.
Tri-Valley 53, Howard 28
COLTON — Tri-Valley defeated Howard in a District 9A girls’ basketball game Tuesday. No stats were reported for this game despite attempts to reach Howard’s coach.
Marion 78, Freeman Academy 33
FREEMAN — Marion’s Phil Luke had 32 points in a 78-33 win over Freeman Academy Tuesday.
Marion’s Braden Schmidt and Shayne Becker each had 14 points. Marion shot 53 percent from the field, 82 percent from the free-throw line and had six turnovers.
Freeman Academy was led by Clint Basselman, who had 12 points. Andre Eisenbeis had 11 points. Freeman Academy shot 36 percent from the field and 61 percent from the free-throw line.
Freeman Academy and Marion each play in the district tournament next. Opponents are not yet determined.
M 16 37 64 78
FA 10 17 29 33
Ethan 64, Freeman 39
ETHAN — Ethan had four scorers in double figures in a 64-39 win over Freeman Tuesday.
Ethan’s Blake Bartscher had 14 points, Jace Connor had 12 points and eight rebounds, Jordan Connor had 11 and Anthony Huber had 10.
Ethan was 21-of-45 from the field, 17-of-21 from the free-throw line and had 15 turnovers.
Freeman’s Trey Waltner and Jordan Rinehart each had seven points. The Flyers were 19-of-49 from the field, 2-of-2 from the free-throw line and had 19 turnovers.
Ethan (11-8) plays in the district tournament Tuesday, while Freeman (3-17) plays in the district tournament against Menno Monday.
E 16 38 49 64
F 10 21 25 39
Menno 42, Andes Central 34
MENNO — Menno’s Kory Henrichs had a team-high 14 points in a 42-34 win over Andes Central Tuesday.
Ben Fischer had nine points and seven assists for Menno, which was 17-of-35 from the field and 6-of-8 from the free-throw line.
Andes Central’s Connor Florey had 13 points and nine rebounds and Grant Petrik had 10 points and eight rebounds.
Andes Central hit 13 of 40 shots from the field and five of five free throws. It had 12 turnovers.
Menno (4-16) plays Monday in Freeman, while Andes Central (5-15) plays at Marty Saturday.
M 14 24 30 42
AC 16 22 32 34
Dakota Christian 32
NEW HOLLAND — Corsica/Stickney’s Kris Menning had 14 points and eight rebounds in a 57-32 win over Dakota Christian Tuesday.
Colin Wieczorek had 13 points and Luke Bamberg had 10 for Corsica/Stickney, which shot 54 percent from the field and was 3-of-3 from the free-throw line.
Dakota Christian’s Cooper Dykstra and Lee Niewenhuis each had 11 points. Mitch Vander Pol had eight rebounds.
The Cadets were 12-of-45 from the field and 5-of-5 from the free-throw line.
Both teams play in the district tournament next week.
CS 12 34 45 57
DC 9 13 18 32
Mount Vernon 55, White Lake 49
WHITE LAKE — Tanner Cross scored 13 points and had eight rebounds to help Mount Vernon past White Lake 55-49 on Tuesday afternoon.
Jonathan Nebelsick led all scorers with 18 points for Mount Vernon, which also had Tim Deinert reach double figures with 10 points.
Caleb Kirsch scored 15 points and had nine rebounds for White Lake. Brandon Hanten added 12 points for White Lake, which finished the regular season 9-11.
Mount Vernon finished the regular season 15-4.
MV 13 29 42 55
WL 16 30 39 49
Canistota 58, Colman-Egan 30
CANISTOTA — Sam Jolley scored 20 points and had five steals to help Canistota to a 58-30 victory over Colman-Egan on Tuesday night.
Alex Robertson had 16 points and five assists and Cody Bunger scored 10 points for Canistota, which is 16-3 and hosts Gayville-Volin on Thursday.
Colman-Egan is 4-15.
CE 6 15 22 30
C 17 29 47 58
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