Area high school basketball roundup : Zomer, DeWaard record double-doubles for CadetsNEW HOLLAND — Laurel Zomer had 18 points and 14 rebounds to help Dakota Christian past Plankinton 52-37 Monday in girls’ high school basketball action.
By: Sports staff , The Daily Republic
NEW HOLLAND — Laurel Zomer had 18 points and 14 rebounds to help Dakota Christian past Plankinton 52-37 Monday in girls’ high school basketball action.
Dakota Christian led 17-9 after the first quarter and shot 46 percent from the field in the game.
Sara DeWaard also had a double-double for the Cadets, who are now 4-6 and host Mount Vernon Thursday. DeWaard had 13 points and 13 rebounds. Brooklyn Vander Pol had 11 assists.
Plankinton’s Sachiko Risseeuw had 12 points and Katie Anderson finished with 10. Plankinton shot 28 perecnt fom the field and had nine turnovers.
DC 17 31 46 52
P 9 19 31 37
Kimball/White Lake 67,
Mount Vernon 22
WHITE LAKE — Maria Nightingale had 19 points and 10 rebounds to help Kimball/White Lake past Mount Vernon 67-22 Monday.
KWL’s Anne Knippling and Jill Jandreau both had 12 points. Kelcey Long finished with 10 rebounds.
Mount Vernon’s Ashlee Dikoff finished with 11 points and five rebounds.
KWL (9-3) hosts Chamberlain on Monday in Kimball, Mount Vernon (0-10) plays at Dakota Christian Thursday.
KWL 16 39 53 67
MC 14 9 18 22
McCook Central/Montrose 54, Chester 26
MONTROSE — McCook Central/Montrose pulled away in the second quarter for a 54-26 win over Chester Monday night.
The game was tied after the first quarter, but the Fighting Cougars took a 27-18 lead into halftime.
MCM’s Jean Skoglund had 10 points and Katie Binder had nine rebounds.
MCM shot 49 percent from the field, 80 percent from the free-throw line and had 34 rebounds to Chester’s 12.
Chester’s Erin Benson had 12 points.
Chester hit 24 percent of its field goal attempts and 33 percent of its free-throw attempts.
MCM (4-5) plays today at Baltic, while Chester (1-8) plays today at Sioux Valley.
MCM 8 27 41 54
C 8 18 20 26
Freeman Academy 40
CENTERVILLE — Centerville defeated Freeman Academy 57-40 on Monday night in girls’ high school basketball action.
Centerville was led by Kieran O’Malley, who had a double-double, scoring 28 points and grabbing 11 rebounds. Samantha Blake scored 10 points.
Freeman Academy was led in scoring by Jamie Tschetter, who scored 18 points. Natalie Miller had 10 points and Clara Koerner scored seven points.
Freeman Acadmey shot 15-of-59 from the field and went 7-of-11 from the free-throw line. Tschetter had nine of Freeman Academy’s 31 rebounds. Koerner had eight rebounds and Miller grabbed seven.
Freeman Academy had 10 turnovers. Centerville hosts Ethan today. Freeman Academy hosts Baltic on Thursday.
C 19 30 40 57
FA 9 15 26 40
Ethan 47, Menno 32
MENNO — Ethan defeated Menno 47-32 Monday night in girls’ high school basketball action. Ethan was led by Darbi Gustafson, who had a double-double with 14 points and grabbing 10 rebounds.
Whitney Endres had 11 points and Alexis Neugebauer scored 10 points. Ethan shot 21-of-56 from the field and went 5-of-13 from the free-throw line. Shelly Tilberg grabbed 13 of Ethan’s 34 rebounds. Ethan had 12 total turnovers.
Menno was led in scoring by Kylee Kessler, who had 15 points. Abby Herrboldt scored 11 points. Kessler grabbed seven of Menno’s 27 rebounds. Coutney Schaeffer had five rebounds.
Menno shot 10-of-27 from the field and went 9-of-15 from the free-throw line. Menno had 35 total turnovers.
Ethan (5-7) plays Centerville today at Centerville. Ethan (8-2) hosts Corsica/Stickney on Friday. Ethan won the JV game 32-30
M 6 17 23 32
E 17 25 35 47
Hanson 61, Howard 45
HOWARD — Hanson defeated Howard 61-45 on Monday night in girls’ high school basketball action.
Hanson was led by Ashley Robinson, who had a double-double, scoring 22 points and grabbing 11 rebounds. Hanson shot 24-of-46 from the field and went 13-of-24 from the free-throw line. Hanson had 30 total rebounds.
Howard was led in scoring by Jenna Clark, who scored 19 points. Howard shot 15-of-49 from the field and went 15-of-21 from the free-throw line. Howard had 33 total rebounds.
Howard (1-8) is back in action on Thursday, when it hosts Castlewood. Hanson (9-3) travels to Canistota on Friday.
HO 5 14 12 14
HA 22 13 7 19
Andes Central 46,
TRIPP — Kellie Winckler had 25 points to lead Andes Central past Tripp-Delmont/Armour 61-46 Monday night.
Dakota Goode finished with 14 points for Andes Central, which is 4-6 and hosts Avon on Thursday.
TDA’s Julie Mingo had 24 points, Kelli Batterman finished with 13 and LaNae Fuerst finished with 13.
Mingo also had a team-high six rebounds and Batterman and Fuerst each had four assists.
TDA 16 29 44 61
AC 11 29 41 46
Freeman 52, Viborg/Hurley 49
Freeman defeated Viborg/Hurley 52-49 Monday night in girls’ high school basketball action.
Freeman was led in scoring by Dina Soulek, who scored 14 points. Paige Herrboldt had 12 points and Nicole Saarie had 11 points.
Viborg/Hurley was led in scoring by Haley Jorgensen, who scored 13 points.
Freeman (7-3) is back in action on Friday when it travels to Menno.
Highmore-Harrold 65, Iroquois 26
HURON — Highmore-Harrold defeated Iroquois 65-26 Monday night at the girls 281 Conference tournament.
Highmore-Harrold was led in scoring by McKenzee Zilverberg, who scored 14 points. Tyann Hamlin had 10 points and Courtney Keller had nine points.
Wessington Springs 56,
HURON — Wessington Springs defeated Wolsey-Wessington 56-40 Monday night at the girls’ 281 Conference tournament.
Wessington Springs was led in soring by Cassidy Musik, who had 17 points. Sheyanne Bradkorb and Devin Tebay each had 13 points. Wessington Springs shot 15-of-40 from the field and went 14-of-24 from the free-throw line.
Wolsey-Wessington was led by Bridgett Clarke who had a double-double scoring 16 points and grabbing 10 rebounds.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 41,
Sunshine Bible Academy 29
HURON — Sanborn Central/Woonsocket defeated Sunshine Bible Academy on Monday at the girls 281 Conference Tournament. Shelby Selland led Sanborn/Central Woonsocket with 12 points and Rachelle Moore scored 11 points.
Sunshine Bible Academy was led in scoring by Bethany LaDye, who scored 10 points. Shanna Moreland had eight points.
James Valley Christian 34
HURON — Hitchcock-Tulare defeated James Valley Christian 58-34 on Monday at the girls’ 281 Conference Tournament.
Alissa Binger and Kristen Binger led Hitchcock-Tulare with 19 and 15 points, respectively.
James Valley Christian was led by Sarah Wedel who had a double-double scoring 15 points and grabbing 13 rebounds.
Ethan 42, Menno 34
MENNO — Blake Bartscher had 16 points and Ryan Hanks added 10 in Ethan’s 42-34 win in a boys’ high school basketball game Monday.
Ethan, which hit 14 of its 43 field goals, got seven rebounds for Kendall Lindeman. Anthony Huber had four steals.
Menno was led by Ben Fischer, who had 17 points and eight rebounds. Austin Herrboldt had 10 points and David Schelske had eight rebounds.
Menno hit 41 percent from the field and 60 percent from the free-throw line.
Ethan (6-4) plays Corsica/Stickney on Thursday in Corsica. Menno (3-6) plays Thursday at Freeman.
E 11 20 33 42
M 7 13 25 34
Parkston 53, Andes Central 30
LAKE ANDES — Zach Scott’s 12 points and Spencer Lucas’ 10 rebounds helped Parkston beat Andes Central 53-30 Monday night.
Parkston hit 35 percent from the field and 56 percent from the free-throw line.
Andes Central’s Neulan Dion, Gabe Cournoyer and Aaron Swanson all had nine points. Andes Central shot 30 percent from the field, 16 percent from the free-throw line and had 35 turnovers.
P 4 21 42 53
AC 15 20 26 30
Winner 74, South Central 46
WINNER — Winner defeated South Central 74-36 Monday in boys’ high school basketball action.
Winner was led in scoring by Ben Connot, who scored 14 points. Donovan Brother Of All had 12 points. Winner shot 29-of-56 from the field (52 percent) and went 12-of-17 from the free-throw line. Austin Schroeder had 10 of Winner’s 35 rebounds. Winner had nine total turnovers.
South Central was led in scoring by Sam Hazen, who had 14 points. Dakota Votaw and Jordan Janousek scored 10 points each. South Central shot 17-of-36 from the field and went 11-of-17 from the free-throw line. South Central had 16 total rebounds and 20 total turnovers.
Winner (8-2) hosts Wagner on Thursday. South Central (5-5) travels to Colome.