Area high school basketball roundupResults from area high school basketball games.
By: Sports staff , The Daily Republic
MURDO — Lyman defeated Bennett County 55-30 in the fifth-place game at the Jones County Invitational on Saturday in a boys’ high school basketball game.
Lyman was led in scoring by Jaylen Uthe, who scored 15 points. Hunter Schindler had 13. Lyman shot 18-of-34 from the field and went 18-of-23 from the free-throw line. Lyman had 24 total rebounds and 14 turnovers.
Bennett County was led in scoring by Bayre Evans, who had 11 points. Bennett County shot 10-of-46 from the field and went 7-of-9 from the free-throw line.
L 12 36 44 55
BC 0 16 22 30
Kadoka Area 38
MURDO — Philip defeated Kadoka Area 51-38 seventh-place game at the Jones County Invitational on Saturday.
Nelson Homan led Philip in scoring with 14 points. Thomas Doolittle had 10 points. Brady Svedik, led Kadoka Area with 14 points and Kaner VanderMay had 11 points.
Philip shot 14-of-44 from the field and went 3-of-7 from the free-throw line.
Phillip had 20 rebounds and 14 turnovers. Kadoka had 29 rebounds and 28 total turnovers.
P 9 22 29 51
K 11 17 28 38
Stanley County 58, Colome 44
MURDO — Stanley County defeated Colome 58-44 in the third-place game at the Jones County Invitational
Latrelle LaRoche led Stanley County in scoring with 20 points. Kevin Anderson had 13 points and Austin Lopour had 12 points. Stanley County shot 21-of-41 from the field and went 14-of-20 from the free-throw line. Stanley County had 27 total rebounds and 22 turnovers.
Colome was led in socring by Terrance Kinzer and Cohl Raderman, who each scored 10 points. Colome shot 17-of45 from the field and went 9-of-23 from the free-throw line. Colome had 28 total rebounds and 14 total turnovers.
SC 14 25 42 58
C 10 21 26 44
White River 79 Jones County 49
White River defeated Jones County in the first place game on Saturday at the Jones County Invitational.
White River was led in scoring by Wyatt Krogman, who sored 24 points. Nic Waln scored 22 points and Cody Young had 14 points.
White River shot 30-of-68 from the field and went 12-of-16 from the free-throw line.
Jones County was led in scoring by Philip Matthews, who had 21 points. Gus Volmer scored 18 points. Jones County shot 19-of-50 from the field and went 9-of-11 from the free-throw line.
WR 19 35 62 79
JC 6 22 38 49
Highmore Harrold 22
HURON — Wolsey-Wessington defeated Highmore Harrold 49-22 at the boys’ 281 Conference tournament on Saturday.
Wolsey-Wessington was led in scoring by Jalen Boomsma, who sored 10 points. Ryan Sprecher had seven points.
Highmore-Harrold was led in scoring by Benson Kleinschmidt, who scored 10 points. Joe Fawcett and Jorden Houdek each had four points.
Sunshine Bible Academy 58,
Wessington Springs 54 (OT)
HURON — Sunshine Bible Academy defeated Wessington Springs 58-54 at the boys’ 281 Conference tournament on Saturday.
Sunshine Bible Academy was led in scoring by Brian LaDue and Joel Pedersen, who each scored 15 points. Wessington Springs was led in scoring by Gus Gran, who scored 28 points. Jase Kraft had five points.
James Valley Christian 57,
James Valley Christian defeated Iroquois 57-22 at the boys’ 281 Conference tournament on Saturday. James Valley Christian was led in soring by Nathan Wedel and Caleb Stahl, who each scored eight points. Jayden Waldner and Seth Knight, each had six points.
Iroquois was led in scoring by Chase Decker, who sored seven points.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 57
HURON — Hitchcock Tulare defeated Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 68-57 at the boys’ 281 conference tournament on Saturday. Hitchcock-Tulare was led in soring by Garrett Masat, who sored 28 points. Trent Hofer had 18 points and Maurcel Gaines-Banister had 10 points.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket was led in scoring by Nick Miller, who scored 13 points. Davion Brooks and Tyler Krueger each had 10 points.
Bridgewater-Emery 57, Chester 44
FREEMAN — Bridgewater-Emery defeated Chester 57-44 Saturday in girls’ high school basketball action.
Elizabeth Schnabel led the Huskies with a double-double scoring 19 points and grabbing 11 rebounds. Justine Dye scored 14 points and Tiana Kayswer had 11 points.
Bridgewater-Emery shot 19-of-38 from the field and went 14-of-22 from the free-throw line. The Huskies had 31 rebounds and 21 turnovers.
Chester was led in scoring by Erin Benson, who had 18 points. Chester shot 15-of-61 from the field and went 16-of-29 from the free-throw line. Chester had 23 total rebounds and 20 turnovers.
Bridgewater- Emery (4-7) takes on Scotland for its next game on Jan. 24th
BWE 13 29 65 57
C 4 17 32 44
Canistota 35, Marion 25
CANISTOTA — Haley Jerman had nine points to help Canistota past Marion 35-25 Saturday.
Canistota was 12-of-40 from the field and hit 10 of its 25 free throws.
Marion’s Katherine Luke had a team-high eight points.
C 3 12 19 35
M 8 13 18 25