Area high school basketball roundupEmily VanRoekel had 11 points and 10 assists to lead the Corsica/Stickney past Wessington Springs 60-22 Thursday night in girls’ high school basketball action.
By: Sports Staff , The Daily Republic
CORSICA — Emily VanRoekel had 11 points and 10 assists to lead the Corsica/Stickney past Wessington Springs 60-22 Thursday night in girls’ high school basketball action.
Hope Menning had 12 points and Cassie Bamberg had nine points for the Jaguars, who picked up their fourth win of the year and shot 24-of-61 from the field.
Corsica/Stickney was 5-of-14 from the free-throw line and won the rebounding battle 36-34.
Wessington Springs’ Devin Tebay had eight points and nine rebounds to lead the Spartans. Sheyanne Brodkorb and Shyanne Kopfmann each finished with five points. Kopfmann also had 16 rebounds. Mindy Kraft had six points.
Wessington Springs was 9-of-38 from the field, 4-of-19 from the free-throw line and had 31 turnovers.
Wessington Springs (0-5) hosts Highmore-Harrold on Tuesday, while Corsica/Stickney (4-1) plays Oldham-Ramona/Rutland in Brookings on Thursday.
CS 19 26 45 60
WS 5 11 17 22
White River 52, Lyman 34
LYMAN— White River defeated Lyman 51-34 Thursday night in girls’ high school basketball action.
White River was led in scoring Maci Gillen, who had 15 points. Dusti Good Shield scored 12 points. White River shot 18-of-66 from the field and went 18-of-29 from the free-throw line. White River had 20 total turnovers and 45 total rebounds.
Lyman was led in scoring by Bailey Almond and Ashley Martenson, who scored nine points each. Lyman had 33 total rebounds with Anna Flitner grabbing eight. Flitner also had four steals. Chesney Garnos had five assists. Lyman shot 13-of-53 from the field and went 7-of-17 from the free-throw line.
White River (2-4) plays Marty Indian in Marty for its next game on Jan.5. Lyman (1-6) hosts Kadoka on Dec. 29.
Canistota 67,Dell Rapids St. Mary 41
CANSITOTA — Alex Robertson had a team-high 15 points to lead Canistota past Dell Rapids St. Mary 67-41 Thursday night.
Boone DeKramer finished with 13 points and Tyler Decker had 11 points for the Hawks.
Jason Van Winkle had 10 points and 11 rebounds. Trevor Schroeder added seven rebounds.
Canistota was 28-of-68 from the field, 5-of-14 from the free-throw line and won the rebounding battle 42-37.
DRSM was led by Jason Michael, who had 18 points.
Canistota (5-0) plays at Mitchell Christian on Jan. 3. DRSM is 0-6.
C 18 31 52 67
DRSM 3 16 29 41
Jones County 61, Colome 55
COLOME — Jones County defeated Colome 61-55 Thursday night in high school boys’ basketball action. Jones County was led in scoring by Philip Mathews, who had 24 points. Gus Volmer scored 19 points. Jones County shot at 55 percent from the field and shot 55 percent from the free-throw line. Jones County had 9 total turnovers.
Colome was led in scoring by Terrance Kinzer, who scored 14 points, and Reed Harter, who had 12 points. Colome shot 47 percent from the field and shot 43 percent from the free-throw line. Colome had 13 total turnovers.
Jones County (4-1) hosts Plankinton next on Wednesday. Colome (1-3) faces off against Chamberlain at the East/West Classic on Thursday.
JC 22 27 34 61
C 11 20 32 55
Hanson 54, Lake Preston 45
LAKE PRESTON — Hanson defeated Lake Preston 54-45 in Thursday night high school boys’ basketball action.
Hanson was led in scoring by Jordan Marquardt, who had 19 points. Jacob Bartscher scored 12 points. Hanson had 25 total rebounds with Matt Huber grabbing seven. Hanson had 10 turnovers. Hanson shot 17-of-29 from the field (59 percent) and went 8-of-15 from the free-throw line (53 percent).
Lake Preston was led in scoring by Calder Eschenbaum, who scored 14 points, and Sole Casper, who scored 10 points. Lake Preston had 50 total rebounds, Eschenbaum grabbing 18 and Layne Jensen grabbing eight. Lake Preston had 14 total turnovers. Lake Preston shot 16-of-41 from the field (39 percent) and went 3-of-7 from the free-throw line.
Hanson (4-1) faces off against Dakota Christian for its next game in Alexandria on Jan. 2. Lake Preston (1-2) plays Howard on Dec. 27 in Brookings.
H 27 36 51 54
LP 12 19 28 45
Freeman 70, Marty Indian 55
FREEMAN — Freeman defeated Marty Indian 70-55 in Thursday night high school boys’ basketball action.
Freeman was led by Shaun Becker, who had a double-double, scoring 19 points and grabbing 10 rebounds. Cole Paulson had 13 points and six rebounds. Freeman had 38 total rebounds. Brennan Schmidt had six rebounds. Freeman shot 15-of-51 from the field (29 percent) and went 39-of-58 from the free-throw line (67 percent). Freeman had 18 total turnovers.
Marty Indian was led in scoring by Garrett Drapeau, who scored 19 points. Armando Iron Elk grabbed 10 rebounds and Damon Shields had six rebounds. Marty Indian had 29 total rebounds and seven turnovers. Marty Indian shot 20-of-65 from the field (30 percent) and went 7-of-11 from the free-throw line (63 percent).
Freeman (2-2) hosts Alcester-Hudson on Jan. 3 for their next game. Marty Indian (3-2) hosts Omaha Nation, Neb. on Jan.6 for its next game.
F 13 30 46 70
M 10 28 40 55
Wessington Springs 72, Corsica/Stickney 58
CORSICA — Wessington Springs overcame Corsica/Stickney 72-58 in Thursday night high school boys’ basketball action.
Wessington Springs was led in scoring by Gus Gran, who had 36 points. Jase Kraft scored 11 points for the night and Trevor Kenobbie had 10 points. Wessington Springs had 31 total rebounds with Kenobbie grabbing 11.
Wessington Springs shot 28-of-44 from the field (63 percent) and went 15-of-22 from the free-throw line (68 percent). Wessington Springs had 13 total turnovers.
Corsica/Stickney was led in scoring by Aaron Groeneweg, who had 21 points. Ryan Hongslo and Lane Thomas each scored 13 points.
Corsica/Stickney had 21 total rebounds with Hongslo grabbing eight.
Corsica/Stickney shot 20-of-48 from the field (41 percent) and went 9-of-17 from the free-throw line (52 percent).
Corsica/Stickney had nine total turnovers. Wessington Springs (1-1) hosts Highmore-Harrold on Tuesday for its next game. Corsica/Stickney (2-1) plays Dec. 30 at the Parkston Classic vs. Wolsey-Wessington.
WS 20 38 50 72
CS 26 37 49 58
Winner 71, Lead-Deadwood 27
LEAD — Winner defeated Lead-Deadwood 71-27 in high school boys’ basketball action Thursday night.
Winner was led in scoring by Ben Connot, who scored 13 points. Kyle Mathis had 12 points and Austin Schroeder scored 10 points. Winner went 9-of-20 from the free-throw line. Winner had four turnovers.
Lead-Deadwood was led in scoring by Tyler Stuen, who scored six points. Lead-Deadwood went 10-of-19 at the free-throw line and had 18 total turnovers.
Winner (4-1) plays Bennett County on Jan. 6 in Martin for its next game.
Lead-Deadwood (2-3) visits Chamberlain on Thursday.
W 15 29 21 71
LD 2 11 20 27