Area high school basketball roundup: No. 2-ranked Red Raiders beat No. 5 Parkston 65-55A look at Thursday's area high school basketball games.
By: Sports staff , The Daily Republic
WAGNER — Devon Brecke scored a game-high 27 points as No. 2-ranked Wagner (11-0) defeated the No. 5-ranked Parkston Trojans (7-2) 65-55 Thursday night in a girls’ high school basketball game.
Alexa Cimpl was the next highest scorer for Wagner with 11 points. Jessa Doom scored 10 points. LaShawn Medicine Horn had 10 rebounds and Cimpl had six. Medicine Horn had five steals and Brecke had eight assists.
Wagner made 18-of-41 field goal attempts for 44 percent and 28-of-34 free throw attempts for 82 percent. The Red Raiders had 26 team rebounds and 17 turnovers.
Marie Malloy was the high scorer for Parkston with 23 points. Malloy also had six rebounds for the Trojans. Erica Herrold scored 11 points and had nine rebounds. Jordan Bormann scored 10 points.
Parkston shot 21-of-52 from the field for 40 percent and 9-of-16 from the free-throw line for 56 percent. The Trojans had 25 rebounds and 26 turnovers.
Wagner plays St. Thomas Moore in the Hanson Classic Saturday. Parkston plays Elkton-Lake Benton in the Hanson Classic Saturday at the Corn Palace in Mitchell.
Wagner also won the junior varsity game.
W 16 29 43 65
P 8 17 29 55
Viborg/Hurley 49, Gayville-Volin 25
VIBORG — Haley Jorgensen scored 19 points to lead Viborg-Hurley over Gayville-Volin 49-25 Thursday night in a girls’ basketball game.
Keeley Knudsen scored 10 points for Viborg/Hurley and had four assists. The Cougars mad 19-of-47 field goals and 6-of-8 free throw attempts. The team had 28 rebounds.
Maggie Bertrand and Natalie Harkness each scored six points for the Raiders.
Viborg/Hurley is 10-1 and hosts Freeman Monday in Viborg. Gayville-Volin is 1-9 and plays at Parker Tuesday.
Viborg/Hurley won the junior varsity game 19-8.
VH 12 26 40 49
GV 3 6 13 25
South Central 34, Gregory 27
GREGORY — South Central defeated Gregory (4-4) 34-27 in a girls’ basketball game Thursday.
Taylor Pistulka scored nine points for South Central. The team had 31 rebounds and nine steals.
Taylor Anschutz and Tanya Talsma each scored six points for Gregory. Baili McCance had 10 rebounds.
South Central plays Platte-Geddes in Platte Tuesday. Gregory hosts Chamberlain Tuesday.
Gregory won the junior varsity game.
SC 6 10 21 34
G 3 13 21 27
Bridgewater-Emery 43, Menno 34
BRIDGEWATER — The Bridgewater-Emery girls’ basketball team picked up a win over Menno Thursday with a final score 43-34.
Tiana Kayser scored 17 points and had eight rebounds for Bridgewater-Emery. Justine Dye scored 13 points. Elizabeth Schnabel scored 10 points and had nine rebounds. The Huskies had 31 rebounds and 20 turnovers.
Kylee Kessler scored 13 points for Menno. Abby Herrboldt scored 10 points. The Wolves had 28 rebounds and 22 turnovers.
Bridgewater-Emery is 3-7 and hosts Chester Saturday in Emery. Menno is 5-6 and hosts Ethan Monday.
Bridgewater-Emery won the junior varsity game 32-17.
BE 9 22 34 43
M 3 9 25 34
Ethan 72, Mount Vernon 19
MOUNT VERNON — Whitney Endres scored 13 points for Ethan and Morgan Tuttle scored 12 points. Darbi Gustafson had six steals.
The Rustlers shot 26-of-53 from the field and 14-of-27 from the free-throw line. The team had 35 rebounds and 33 turnovers.
Mount Vernon was led in scoring by Haley Hinker with six points. Ashlee Dikoff had six rebounds.
The Fillies shot 11-of-36 from the field and 1-of-2 from the free-throw line. They had 16 team rebounds and 36 turnovers.
Ethan is 7-2 and plays in Menno Monday. Mount Vernon is 0-9 and plays Kimball/White Lake in White Lake Monday.
Ethan won the junior varsity game.
E 16 33 57 72
MV 7 11 15 19
Freeman 53, Marion 30
FREEMAN — Paige Herrboldt scored 16 points in Freeman’s 53-30 win over Marion Thursday night.
Kaitlyn Stern scored 11 points for the Flyers and had nine rebounds and five assists. Christa Roth scored 10 points and had five blocks. Dina Soulek had six rebounds and Herrboldt had four steals.
The Flyers made 19-of-61 field goals for 31 percent and 11-of-16 free throw attempts for 69 percent. Freeman had 27 team rebounds and seven team turnovers.
Briana Davis scored eight points for Marion. Kylie Hughes had seven rebounds. Erica Schoenwald and Stephanie Haiar each had five rebounds.
The Lady Bears shot 10-of-41 from the field for 24 percent and 8-of-10 from the free-throw line for 80 percent. Marion had 27 team rebounds and 11 team turnovers.
Freeman is 6-2 this season and plays Aberdeen Roncalli in the Hanson Classic Saturday at the Corn Palace in Mitchell. Marion is 1-10 this season and plays Saturday at Canistota.
F 5 17 42 53
M 7 11 19 30
Hanson 72, Parker 65
PARKER — Ashley Robinson scored a game-high 26 points to lead Hanson over Parker 72-65 in a girls’ basketball game Thursday.
Cassidy Graham scored 21 for Hanson in the win. Robinson had eight rebounds and Kendra Cheeseman had six. Graham and Cheeseman each had five steals.
Robinson scored her 1,000th career point during Thursday’s game.
Hanson shot 28-of-56 from the field and 16-of-31 from the free-throw line. The team had 30 rebounds, 11 assists, 17 steals and 25 turnovers.
Micalanne Hanten led Parker’s scoring with 14 points. Alycia Pesicka and Anna Leloux each scored 12 points for the Pheasants. Pesicka had eight rebounds and Leloux had eight. Tessa Weeldreyer had four assists and five steals.
Parker shot 24-of-67 from the field and 16-of-25 from the free-throw line. The team had 36 rebounds, 13 assists, 12 steals, and 31 turnovers.
Hanson is 7-3 and plays Mitchell Christian in the Hanson Classic Saturday at the Corn Palace in Mitchell. Parker is 3-5 and hosts Sioux Valley Saturday.
H 21 40 52 72
P 10 43 53 65
Kimball/White Lake 42
WHITE LAKE — Kimball/White Lake led at the end of the third quarter, but it was Corsica/Stickney that came out with the win in a girls’ basketball game Thursday.
Emily Van Roekel led Corsica/Stickney with 14 points, six assists, and six steals. Cassie Bamberg scored nine points and four rebounds. Breanna Blom had four rebounds
Corsica/Stickney shot 18-of-46 from the field and 8-of-14 from the free-throw line. The team had 23 rebounds and 10 turnovers.
Jill Jandreau scored 14 points for Kimball/White Lake. Marie Nightingale scored 10 points.
Corsica/Stickney is 6-4 and plays Scotland in the Hanson Classic Saturday at the Corn Palace in Mitchell. Kimball/White Lake is 8-3 and hosts Mount Vernon Monday.
CS 18 24 29 47
KWL 9 23 33 42
Andes Central 30
PLATTE — Platte-Geddes defeated Andes Central 72-30 Thursday night in high school girls’ basketball action.
Platte-Geddes was led by Kelly Knudson who scored 19 points, grabbed eight rebounds and had six assists. Josie DeGroot scored 10 points and grabbed five rebounds. Kellee Griese scored nine points, grabbed eight rebounds and had seven assists. Kelli Sprik scored nine points. Platte-Geddes shot 39 percent from the field and shot 43 percent from the free-throw line.
Andes Central was led in scoring by Kellie Winckler, who scored 12 points. Krista Winckler scored eight points.
Platte-Geddes (4-6) travels to Armour for its next game on Friday.
Andes Central (3-5) travels to Scotland for its next game on Friday.
Avon 54, Scotland 19
SCOTLAND — Avon (5-4) held Scotland (0-8) to just four points in the second, third, and fourth quarters to win 54-19 in a boys’ basketball game Thursday.
Luke Van Gerpen led the scoring for Avon with 24 points. Van Gerpen and Logan Mudder each had five rebounds. Brandon Kocmick had six steals.
Dalton Mogck scored seven points and had three rebounds for Scotland. Shaye Bloch scored six points and had two assists.
Avon hosts Mitchell Christian Tuesday. Scotland hosts Andes Central today.
A 18 37 48 54
S 7 11 15 19
Chamberlain 92, Todd County 41
CHAMBERLAIN — Traxton Priebe scored 18 points in Chamberlain’s 92-41 win over Todd County Thursday.
Colton Anderson scored 16 points in the win. Tyson Langdeau scored 12 points and Claye Thunder Horse scored 11 points. Gage Basting had 10 rebounds.
Chamberlain had 41 team rebounds and 16 turnovers.
Trevor Whirlwind Soldier scored 12 points for Todd County. The Falcons had 21 team rebounds and 21 turnovers.
Chamberlain (6-2) plays at Bon Homme Saturday. Todd County (5-5) hosts Crow Creek Jan. 21 in Mission.
Chamberlain won the junior varsity game by 17 points.
C 20 49 69 92
TC 6 15 30 41
Stanley County 49, Lyman 40
MURDO — Stanley County (4-5) defeated Lyman (3-4) with a final score 49-40 in the opening game of the Jones County Tournament Thursday.
Latrelle LaRoche scored 15 points for Stanley County. Austin Lapour scored 11 points. Kevin Anderson scored 10 points and had seven rebounds. The team shot 20-of-36 from the field and 10-of-23 free throws. The Buffaloes had 22 turnovers (4-5) plays White River today.
Lyman’s Hunter Schindler scored 14 points and had eight rebounds. The Raiders shot 12-of-32 from the field and 6-of-10 from the free-throw line. Lyman had 27 rebounds and 17 turnovers.
Stanley County plays White River in the second round of the tournament today. Lyman plays Philip today.
SC 7 21 32 49
L 12 19 27 40
White River 97, Philip 39
MURDO — White River (7-0) defeated Philip (3-4) 97-39 in the first round of the Jones County Tournament Thursday.
Nic Waln scored 22 points for White River. Wyatt Krogman scored 14 points and had 11 assists. Matt Gillen scored 12 points and Logan Tucker had 10 rebounds.
The Tigers made 44-of-73 field goal attempts and 4-of-8 free throws. The team had 52 rebounds and 12 turnovers.
Cody Reder scored 10 points for Philip. The Scotties shot 14-of-47 from the field and 10-of-21 from the free-throw line. The team had 30 rebounds and 33 turnovers.
White River plays Stanley County in the second round of the tournament today. Philip plays Lyman today.
WR 26 50 79 97
P 5 16 28 39
Colome 47, Bennett County 46
MURDO — Colome defeated Bennett County 47-46 as part of the Jones County Boys Basketball Tournament Thursday.
Jordan Nelson scored 10 points for the Cowboys. Terrance Kinzer, Brady London, and Cohl Ratermann each scored nine points. Ratermann also had nine rebounds and Chris Hofeldt had six. London had seven assists.
Colome made 37 percent from the field and 40 percent of its free-throw attempts.
Colome plays Jones County at 8 p.m. today in the second round of the tournament. Bennett County plays Kadoka Area today at 2:30 pm.
C 17 21 40 47
BC 5 22 36 46
Jones County 62, Kadoka Area 22
MURDO — Jones County defeated Kadoka Area 62-22 in the final game of the first round of the Jones County Tournament Thursday.
Gus Volmer scored 21 points for Jones County. Phillip Matthews scored 14 points. Jackson Volmer scored 10 points and had seven rebounds.
The Coyotes made 21-of-38 field goal attempts and 17-of-25 free throw attempts. The team had 23 rebounds and 10 turnovers.
Kenar VanderMay scored eight points and had nine rebounds for the Kougars. Logan Christensen also scored eight points.
Kadoka area shot 9-of-38 from the field and 4-of-11 from the free-throw line. The Kougars had 25 rebounds and 25 turnovers.
Jones County (8-1) plays Colome in the second round of the tournament today. Kadoka Area (1-8) plays Bennett County today.
JC 23 40 52 62
KA 9 16 19 22
Parkston 51, Wagner 36
WAGNER — Tanner Weber scored a game-high 13 points to lead Parkston over Wagner 51-36 in a boys’ basketball game Thursday.
Spencer Lucas scored 12 points for Parkston and Parker Van Zee scored 11 pints. Lucas also had seven rebounds. Parkston made 16-of-27 field goals and 8-of-14 free throws. The Trojans had 20 team rebounds and 12 team turnovers.
Wagner was led in scoring by Jack Robinson with nine points and 11 rebounds. Noah St. Pierre and Branson Tolliver each scored seven points. Wagner shot 14-of-40 from the field and 6-of-10 from the free-throw line. The Red Raiders had 24 team rebounds and 11 turnovers.
Parkston plays Andes Central Monday in Lake Andes. Wagner (6-2) plays at O’Neill (Neb.) Tuesday.
Wagner won the junior varsity game 47-24.
P 18 31 40 51
W 5 21 29 36
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 56
FORESTBURG — Adam Fink scored a game-high 24 points to lead Tripp-Delmont/Armour over Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 68-56 Thursday.
Trevor Payer scored 15 points for the Nighthawks. Dylan Peters scored 13 points and Reece Weber scored 12 points. Fink also had 12 rebounds, 11 assists, and four steals.
The Nighthawks made 25-of-47 field goal attempts and 15-of-22 free throws. The team had 24 rebounds and 16 turnovers.
Davion Brooks and Tyler Krueger each scored 13 points for Sanborn Central/Woonsocket. Todd Stekl scored 11 points. Nick Miller had nien rebounds. Krueger and Stekl each had four assists.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket made 20-of-52 field goal attempts and 9-of-14 free throw attempts. The team had 30 rebounds and 14 turnovers.
Tripp-Delmont/Armour is 6-2 and hosts Dakota Christian Saturday in Armour. Sanborn Central/Woonsocket is 1-7 and plays Hitchcock-Tulare in the 281 Conference Tournament Saturday in Wolsey.
TDA 23 36 45 68
SCW 8 22 39 56
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