Area high school basketball roundup: SC/W beats H-H in overtime in Conference 281 tournamentHURON — Tyler Krueger scored 17 points in Sanborn Central/Woonsocket’s 59-56 win over Highmore-Harrold in overtime in the 281 Conference tournament Tuesday in boys’ high school basketball action.
By: Sports staff , The Daily Republic
HURON — Tyler Krueger scored 17 points in Sanborn Central/Woonsocket’s 59-56 win over Highmore-Harrold in overtime in the 281 Conference tournament Tuesday in boys’ high school basketball action.
Davion Brooks scored 13 points for the Blackhawks and had nine rebounds. Nick Miller scored 11 points and had 10 rebounds. Krueger had fives steals and five assists. The Blackhawks shot 21-of-52 from the field. The team had 34 rebounds and 14 turnovers.
Jordan Houdek scored 21 points for the Pirates and had eight rebounds. Josiah Fawcett scored 11 points and had five rebounds. Benson Kleinschmidt scored 11 points and had nine rebounds. The Pirates shot 20-of-50 from the field and had 24 team rebounds and 16 turnovers.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket is 2-8 and plays in the 281 Conference tournament Thursday in Huron. Highmore-Harrold is 1-9 and plays Iroquois Thursday in Huron.
SCW 8 21 37 51 59
HH 11 29 37 51 56
Wessington Springs 66, Iroquois 30
HURON — Wessington Springs defeated Iroquois 66-30 in the second round of the 281 tournament Tuesday.
Braden Jones scored 16 points for the Spartans. Dylan Ochsner scored 11 points and had five rebounds. Gus Gran scored 11 points and had nine steals. Trenity Kenobbie had seven rebounds.
Wessington Springs made 24-of-69 field goal attempts. The Spartans had 36 team rebounds and 21 turnovers.
Roy Miller had a double-double for Iroquois with 10 points and 12 rebounds. Erik Wehlander scored eight points and Lake Gogolin had six rebounds.
The Chiefs had 24 team rebounds and 28 turnovers.
Wessington Springs is 5-4 and Iroquois is 0-9. Both teams play in the final round of the 281
Conference tournament Thursday in Huron.
WS 21 36 59 66
I 3 12 14 30
Wolsey-Wessington 43, Hitchcock-Tulare 41
HURON — Wolsey-Wessington improved to 8-0 with its 43-41 win over Hitchcock-Tulare (6-3) Tuesday in the second round of the 281 Conference Tournament Tuesday.
Jalen Boomsma scored 14 points and had six assists for Wolsey-Wessington. Hayden Hooks had seven rebounds.
The Warbirds shot 17-of-38 from the field. The team had 27 rebounds and 10 turnovers.
Trent Hofer scored 16 points for Hitchcock-Tulare. Garrett Masat scored 10 points and had 13 rebounds.
The Patriots shot 14-of-46 from the field. The team had 29 rebounds and 13 turnovers.
Wolsey-Wessington and Hitchcock-Tulare each play in the final round of the 281 Conference Tournament Thursday in Huron.
WW 7 23 32 43
HT 7 19 33 41
James Valley Christian 70,
Sunshine Bible Academy 48
HURON — Adam Hofer scored 27 points to lead James Valley Christian over Sunshine Bible Academy 70-48 Tuesday as part of the 281 Conference Tournament.
Nathan Wedel scored 16 points and had seven rebounds. Alex Waldner scored 10 points. Andrew Ulvestad had six rebounds and five assists. Hofer had eight rebounds.
The Vikings shot 26-of-63 from the field and had 28 team rebounds and seven turnovers.
Joel Pedersen scored 16 points and had 11 rebounds for Sunshine Bible Academy. Brian LaDue scored 10 points and had six rebounds. Justin Rake scored nine points and Titus Clark had seven rebounds.
The Crusaders shot 18-of-55 from the field and had 38 rebounds and 18 turnovers.
James Valley Christian (7-2) and Sunshine Bible Academy (8-3) each play in the final round of the tournament Thursday in Huron.
JVC 17 44 64 70
SBA 9 18 31 48
Freeman Academy 12
FREEMAN — Canistota kept Freeman Academy from scoring in the first quarter as it won a boys’ basketball game 76-12 Tuesday.
Alex Robertson, Jason Van Winkle, and Tyler Decker each scored 13 points for the Hawks.
Canistota shot 30-of-62 from the field and 10-of-15 from the free-throw line. The team had 40 rebounds and 6 turnovers.
Noah Yoder scored six points for Freeman Academy. The Bobcats shot 4-of-34 from the field and 1-of-3 from the free-throw line. The team had 29 turnovers and 20 rebounds.
Canistota (9-0) plays Hanson Thursday in Alexandria. Freeman Academy (2-8) hosts Baltic Thursday in Freeman.
Canistota won the junior varsity game.
C 20 36 59 76
FA 0 3 7 12
Tri-Valley 68, Beresford 35
BERESFORD — Trey Bergh had a double-double to lead Tri-Valley over Beresford 68-35 Tuesday night.
Berg scored 22 points and had 10 rebounds. Kenton Welbig scored 18 points. Brett Page had six assists.
Tri-Valley shot 28-of-60 from the field and 5-of-8 from the free-throw line. The Mustangs had 40 rebounds and seven turnovers.
Hayden Palmer scored nine points and had eight rebounds for Beresford.
The Watchdogs had 27 rebounds and 13 turnovers as a team. Beresford shot 11-of-47 from the field and 8–of-14 from the free-throw line.
Tri-Valley (5-4) hosts Dakota Valley Friday. Beresford (1-9) plays at Canton Friday
Tri-Valley won the junior varsity game 60-15.
TV 17 38 52 68
B 7 16 27 35
Dakota Christian 61, Plankinton 36
PLANKINTON — Dakota Christian improved to 4-5 for the season with its 61-36 win over Plankinton (1-9) Tuesday.
Jake Spoelstra scored 17 points and had eight rebounds for the Cadets. Michael Buitenbos had six assists.
Dakota Christian made 26-of-48 field goal attempts for 54 percent and 10-of-21 free throw attempts for 48 percent. The team had 28 rebounds and 10 turnovers.
Kellam Karst scored 17 points and had seven rebounds for Plankinton. Nick Lawson had three assists.
The Pirates shot 16-of-50 from the field for 32 percent and 7-of-10 from the free-throw line for 70 percent. The team had 18 rebounds and 18 turnovers.
Dakota Chrisitan hosts Mount Vernon Thursday. Plankinton plays Tripp-Delmont/Armour Friday in Tripp.
Dakota Christian won the junior varsity game 41-25.
DC 15 23 40 61
P 9 13 22 36
Tripp-Delmont/Armour 56, Bon Homme 36
TRIPP — Adam Fink scored 22 points to lead Tripp-Delmont/Armour over Bon Homme 56-36 Tuesday night.
Trevor Payer scored 11 points and had eight rebounds for the Nighthawks. Dylan Peters scored 10 points. Fink had nine assists.
Tripp-Delmont/Armour shot 24-of-39 from the field and 5-of-9 from the free-throw line. The team had 21 rebounds and 13 turnovers.
Jeff Honner scored 11 points for Bon Homme. Les Jeslma scored eight points and Charlie Bentzen scored seven points.
The Cavaliers shot 16-of-39 from the field and 3-of-5 from the free-throw line. The team had 20 rebounds and 16 turnovers.
Tripp-Delmont/Armour (8-2) hosts Plankinton Friday in Armour. Bon Homme (1-11) hosts Parkston Thursday in Tyndall.
TDA 10 21 38 56
BH 4 16 25 36
Chamberlain 74, Gregory 35
GREGORY — Chamberlain improved to 8-2 with its 74-35 win over Gregory (0-8) in boys’ basketball action Tuesday night.
Skyler Bertran scored 18 points for Chamberlain. Tyson Langdeau scored 16 points and Gage Basting scored 12 points. Traxton Priebe had six assists.
The Cubs shot 22-of-50 from the field and 24-of-41 from the free-throw line. The team had 13 turnovers.
Gavin Thomas scored 10 points for Gregory. The Gorillas shot 11-of-33 from the field and 7-of-17 from the free-throw line. The Gorillas had 25 rebounds.
Chamberlain hosts Miller Tuesday. Gregory hosts Kimball/White Lake Thursday.
Chamberlain won the junior varsity game.
C 21 42 59 74
G 3 10 20 35
Centerville 90, Freeman 83
FREEMAN — Centerville had three players score 21 points in Centerville’s 90-83 win over Freeman Tuesday night.
Seamus O’Malley, Logan Hunter and Ty Knutson each scored 21 points for Centerville. Hunter also had nine assists. Luke Abbas had 13 rebounds.
Centerville shot 33-of-68 from the field and 15-of-18 from the free-throw line. The Tornadoes had 30 team rebounds and nine turnovers.
Shaun Becker scored 23 points and had 14 rebounds for Freeman. Caleb Lang scored 15 points and Jordan Rinehart scored 13 pints. Becker also had five assists, six blocks, and four steals.
The Flyers shot 31-of-77 from the field and 16-of-22 from the free-throw line. The team had 33 rebounds and seven turnovers.
Centerville is 10-1 and plays at Menno Saturday. Freeman is 5-4 and hosts Menno Thursday.
C 25 44 62 90
F 19 36 53 83
Colome 47, Andes Central 28
LAKE ANDES — Colome picked up a win over Andes Central 47-28 Tuesday night in boys’ basketball action.
Cohl Ratterman and Jordan Nelson each scored 11 points for Colome. Terrance Kinzer had 10 rebounds.
Colome shot 18-of-50 from the field and 5-of-8 from the free-throw line. The Cowboys had 35 rebounds and 18 turnovers.
Neulan Dion scored 11 points for Andes Central. Brian Bruguier had six rebounds.
The Eagles shot 10-of-51 from the field and 6-of-15 from the free-throw line. The team had 28 rebounds and 17 turnovers.
Colome (5-6) plays at South Central Monday. Andes Central (4-5) plays at Avon Thursday.
C 14 31 36 47
AC 11 16 22 28
Wagner 50, O’Neill (Neb.) 36
O’NEILL, Neb. — Devon Brecke scored 18 points to lead the Red Raiders over O’Neill, Neb., 50-36 Tuesday night.
Jessa Doom scored 16 points for Wagner and had eight rebounds. Brecke also had eight rebounds and five steals.
Wagner made 16-of-36 field goals and 16-of-19 free throw attempts. The team had 28 rebounds and 16 turnovers.
Kelsey Appleby scored 12 points for O’Neill. Molly Shane had eight rebounds and Alex Hedlund had six rebounds.
The team shot 15-of-51 from the field and 5-of-14 from the free-throw line.
Wagner is 13-0 and hosts Avon Friday. O’Neill is 10-4.
W 11 22 41 50
O 9 15 28 36
Chamberlain 58, Gregory 54
GREGORY — Chamberlain came off a third quarter tie to defeat Gregory 58-54 in girls’ basketball action Tuesday.
Kennedy Wagner scored 16 points for Chamberlain. Frankie Willard scored 14 points and Jaymee Knippling scored 13 points.
The Cubs shot 44 percent from the field and had 19 rebounds and 12 turnovers.
Paxton Johnson scored 14 points for Gregory. Courtney Petersen scored 10 points and had six steals.
The Lady Gorillas shot 36 percent from the field and had 28 rebounds and 23 turnovers.
Chamberlain is 8-3 and hosts Miller Thursday. Gregory is 4-5 and plays Lyman Thursday at Colome.
Chamberlain won junior varsity game.
C 20 34 43 58
G 23 32 43 54
McCook Central/Montrose 38
BALTIC — Baltic came back from a seven point deficit at the end of the third quarter to defeat McCook Central/Montrose 42-38 Tuesday night in a girls’ basketball game.
Allie Walter had a triple-double for Baltic with 15 points, 18 rebounds, and 10 blocks. Morgan Forsch scored 21 points. Amelia Atkins had five assists.
Sierra Miles scored nine points and had 11 rebounds for McCook Central/Montrose. Dana Kirby scored 11 points and had four rebounds and four steals. Kelly Binder had seven rebounds and five assists.
Baltic is 7-2 and plays Thursday at Freeman. McCook Central/Montrose is 4-6 and hosts Flandreau Friday in Salem.
McCook Central Montrose won the junior varsity game.
B 11 17 26 42
MCM 12 25 33 38
Scotland 57, Irene-Wakonda 42
SCOTLAND — Aisha Abbink scored 23 points to lead Scotland over Irene-Wakonda 57-42 Tuesday.
Haley Brunke scored 13 points for Scotland. Ashley Alvey and Kennedy Asche each scored eight points. Asche had 10 rebounds and Abbink had six assists.
Haley Hinseth scored 13 points and had nine rebounds for Irene-Wakonda. Makayla Mohr scored 10 points.
Scotland is now 8-3 and hosts Platte-Geddes Friday. Irene-Wakonda is 5-7 and plays at Marion Tuesday.
Scotland won the B game 30-19.
S 9 26 35 57
IW 5 14 23 42
Centerville 67, Menno 29
MENNO — Kieran O’Malley scored 24 points in Centerville’s 67-29 win over Menno Tuesday night.
Samantha Blake scored 12 points. Brittany Austin and Carleigh Oster each had nine rebounds. Austin also had 10 assists and eight steals.
Centerville shot 30-of-71 from the field and 2-of-7 from the field. Centerville had 42 team rebounds and 10 turnovers.
Kylee Kessler scored 12 points and had six rebounds for Menno. Abby Herrboldt scored 10 points.
Menno shot 12-of-52 from the field and 3-of-6 from the free-throw line. The Wolves had 27 rebounds and 23 turnovers.
Centerville (10-3) hosts Freeman Academy Friday. Menno (5-8) hosts Freeman Friday.
Centerville won the junior varsity game 32-16.
C 21 42 58 67
M 7 17 23 29
Platte-Geddes 49, South Central 35
PLATTE — The Platte-Geddes girls’ basketball team picked up a win over South Central 49-35 Tuesday night.
Josie DeGroot scored 16 points for Platte-Geddes. Kelly Knudson scored eight points and had 11 rebounds, six assists, and five steals. Haley Whalen scored eight points and had six rebounds. Kellee Griese had 10 rebounds and four assists.
The Black Panthers shot 31 percent from the field and 63 percent from the free-throw line.
Whitney Hutchison scored 15 points and had nine rebounds for South Central. Taylor Pistulka scored 11 points and had five rebounds.
Platte-Geddes is 6-6 and plays Friday at Scotland. South Central is 7-4 and plays Thursday at Colome.
PG 9 27 37 49
SC 7 19 31 35
Winner 47, Bennett County 41
MARTIN — No stats were reported for this game despite attempts to contact coaches.
Winner (5-7) plays at Pine Ridge Friday. Bennett County (2-8) plays at Red Cloud Friday.
Andes Central 46
TRIPP — Tripp-Delmont/Armour’s Julie Mingo had 24 points and six rebounds in a 61-46 win over Andes Central Monday night in a girls’ high school basketball game.
Kelli Batterman and LaNae Fuerst both finished with 13 points. Batterman also had five steals and Fuerst had five rebounds. Hannah Just had four assists.
TDA was 20-of-42 from the field and 18-of-35 from the free-throw line.
Kellie Winckler had 25 points for Andes Central, which is 4-6 and hosts Avon on Thursday. Dakota Goode finished with 14 points.
TDA 16 29 44 61
AC 11 29 41 46
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