Dye leads Bridgewater-Emery past DRSMBRIDGEWATER — Bridgewater-Emery’s Justine Dye had 19 points and 11 rebounds in a 45-44 win over Dell Rapids St. Mary Monday night.
By: Sports staff , The Daily Republic
BRIDGEWATER — Bridgewater-Emery’s Justine Dye had 19 points and 11 rebounds in a 45-44 win over Dell Rapids St. Mary Monday night.
Bridgewater-Emery’s Elizabeth Schnabel had nine rebounds.
The Huskies shot 18-of-59 from the field, 7-of-16 from the line and had 16 turnovers.
DRSM’s Kelly Michel had 16 points and eight rebounds. DRSM shot 13-of-58 from the field, 17-of-29 from the line and had 18 turnovers.
Bridgewater-Emery (6-9) plays at Mount Vernon today, while DRSM is 4-11. DRSM won the JV 39-23.
BE 10 23 35 45
DRSM 6 15 33 44
Kimball/White Lake 78,
WHITE LAKE — Kimball/White Lake stormed out to a first-quarter lead and beat Wolsey-Wessington 78-19 Monday in a girls’ high school basketball game.
Kimball/White Lake led 22-2 after the first quarter and had a 44-6 halftime edge.
Kimball/White Lake’s Maria Nightingale had 26 points and 10 rebounds. Jill Jandreau had 17 points and four steals.
Kelcey Long and Ali Haines each had five assists. No team stats were reported for either team.
Wolesy-Wessington’s Bridgett Clark had 12 points and six rebounds.
K/WL, which won the JV game, is 11-5 overall and travels to Ethan on Friday. Wolesy-Wessington is 3-13.
KWL 22 44 55 78
WW 2 6 16 19
Freeman 100, Marty 40
FREEMAN — Freeman scored in triple digits points and beat Marty Indian 100-40 Monday night in a girls’ high school basketball game.
Paige Herrboldt had a game-high 34 points for Freeman, which his 10-5. Kaitlyn Stern had 24 points and Nicole Hinkley had 10 points. Herrboldt also had nine rebounds.
Freeman was 40-of-88 from the field, 11-of-18 from the free-throw line and had nine turnovers.
Marty Indian was led by Rose Drapeau, who had 19 points, 24 rebounds and eight assists.
Freeman plays Scotland today, while Marty Indian plays Freeman Academy today.
F 19 50 80 100
M 12 18 23 40
Bon Homme 44, Gregory 35
GREGORY — Bon Homme defeated Gregory 44-35 Monday night in girls’ high school basketball action.
Bon Homme was led in scoring by Raquel Sutera and Sarah Burbach, who each scored 11 points. Karlee Kozak had three assists. Bon Homme shot 45 percent from the field. Bon Homme had 29 total rebounds. Bon Homme had 14 total turnovers.
Gregory was led in scoring by Baili McCants, who had 11 points
Gregory was led in scoring by Tanya Talsma, who scored nine points. Gregory shot 27 from the field. Gregory had 20 total rebounds. Gregory had 17 total turnovers.
Bon Homme (11-5) travels to Avon on Thursday for its next game.
Gregory (8-7) travels to Parkston on Friday.
BH 15 20 35 44
G 7 17 24 35
Canistota 61, Irene/Wakonda 47
CANISTOTA — Canistota defeated Irene/Wakonda 61-47 Monday night in girls’ high school basketball action.
Canistota was led by Chloe Nielsen who had a double-double scoring 19 points and grabbing 10 rebounds. Haley Jerman scored 15 points and grabbed nine rebounds. Canistota shot 24-of-50 from the field (48 percent) and went 11-of-23 from the free-throw line (48 percent).
Irene/Wakonda shot 8-of-29 from the field and went 4-of-8 from the free-throw line. Irene/Wakonda had 22 rebounds.
Dakota Christian 56, Andes Central 54
NEW HOLLAND — Dakota Christian came away with a 56-54 win over Andes Central Monday night in a girls’ basketball game played in New Holland.
Sarah De Waard led the charge for Dakota Christian scoring 18 points. Brooklyn Vander just missed a double-double scoring 11 points and totaling nine assists while Laurel Zomer did collect a double-double finishing with 14 points and 10 rebounds.
Kellie Winckler finished with a double-double for Andes Central scoring 23 points and coming down with 18 rebounds in the loss. Krista Winckler added 13 points on the night.
Dakota Christian finished the night shooting 25-of-71 from the field and 6-of-19 from the free throw line while Andes Central shot 12-of-41 from the field and 22-of-31 at the line. Andes Central out rebounded Dakota Christian 41 to 32.
Dakota Christian (6-7) travels to Hanson today while Andes Central (4-10) will host Wagner on Thursday.
DC 11 24 40 56
AC 12 26 37 54
Lyman 41, Colome 37
PRESHO — Lyman picked up its second win of the year with a 41-37 victory over Colome Monday.
Lyman’s Haley Halverson and Cedar Jandreau each had 10 points. Anna Flitner and Anna Mortenson each had eight rebounds.
Lyman was 14-of-34 from the field, 12-of-22 from the free-throw line and had 19 turnovers.
Colome’s Skylar Forgey had 12 points. No other stats were reported.
Corsica/Stickney 62, Bon Homme 50
TYNDALL — Corsica/Stickney jumped to a 13-point halftime lead and defeated Bon Homme 62-50 in a boys’ high school basketball game Monday.
Corsica/Stickney’s Aaron Groeneweg had 20 points, Ryan Hongslo had 13 points and Michael Odens had 12 points.
The Jaguars were 27-of-51 from the field, 12-of-21 from the free-throw line and 13 turnovers.
Bon Homme’s Les Jelsma had 21 points and Kodi Larson had 14 points.
Bon Homme was 21-of-37 from the field, 5-of-8 from the line and had 14 turnovers.
Corsica/Stickney (8-4) hosts South Central today in Corsica, while Bon Homme (2-13) plays Avon Friday in Avon. Bon Homme won the JV game 32-31.
CS 15 31 47 62
BH 12 18 34 50
McCook Central/Montrose 71,
PARKSTON — McCook Central/Montrose defeated Parkston 71-27 Monday night in boys’ high school basketball action.
McCook Central/Montrose was led in scoring by Shayne Gottlob, who scored 21 points. Aaron Kappenman had 12 points. MCM shot 30-of-61 from the field (49 percent) and went 7-of-12 from the free-throw line (58 percent). McCook Central/Montrose had 33 total rebounds.
Parkston was led in socring by Parker Van Zee, who scored nine points.
Parkston shot 7-of-43 from the field (16 percent) and went 10-of-13 from the free-throw line (76 percent). Parkston had 17 total rebounds.
McCook Central/Montrose moves to 11-3 with the win and plays Friday in Garretson.
Parkston drops to 5-9 and hosts Gregory Friday for its next action.
MCM 18 34 6071
P 4 13 18 27
Freeman 84, Scotland 37
SCOTLAND — Freeman defeated Scotland 84-37 Monday night in boys’ high school basketball action.
Freeman was led in scoring by Shaun Becker, who scored 21 points. Cole Paulson had 18 points and Jordan Rinehart scored 13 points. Freeman shot 30-of-50 from the field (60 percent) and went 8-of-9 from the free-throw line (88 percent).
Scotland was led in scoring by Kyle Gall, who scored 10 points. Dalton Mogck and Garrett Kotalik each scored seven points. Scotland shot 12-of-41 from the field (29 percent) and went 9-of-12 from the free-throw line (75 percent).
Freeman moves to 8-7 with the win and hosts Hanson for its next game on Monday.
Scotland drops to 1-12 and travels to Ethan on Thursday.
F 16 37 68 84
S 13 21 31 37
Avon 49, Menno 28
MENNO — Avon defeated Menno 49-28 in Menno in boys’ basketball action on Monday night.
Avon was led in scoring by Luke Van Gerpen who finished with 16 points while John Wynia recorded 15. John also tied for a team lead in rebounds with eight; Brandon Kocmich was the other Pirate with eight rebounds. Kocmich also recorded double-digit points, finishing with 10.
Menno’s leading scorers were Dave Schelske with 12 and Ben Fischer with 11. Schelske led the team in rebounding with 11.
Avon finished the night shooting 19-of-35 from the field and 10-of-15 from the line. The Pirates came down with 30 team rebounds on the night.
Menno went 11-of-38 from the field and 4-of-10 from the free throw line while managing to bring down 21 team rebounds.
Avon (9-5) will host Bon Homme on Friday while Menno’s (5-10) next contest will be on Thursday as they travel to Mount Vernon.
Avon won the JV game 26-21
A 13 28 35 49
M 5 12 17 28
Dakota Christian 68, Andes Central 33
NEW HOLLAND — Dakota Chrisitan’s Michael Buitenbos had 17 points and Zach VanZee had 12 points and nine rebounds in a 68-33 win over Andes Central Monday night.
Carter Dykstra added 12 points for Dakota Christian, which was 26-of-44 from the field and 14-of-21 from the free-throw line. Dakota Chrisitan had 13 turnovers and 23 rebounds.
Andes Central’s Neulon Dion had 13 points and four steals and Brian Burgnier had eight points. Andes Central was 13-of-43 from the field and 6-of-15 from the free-throw line. The Eagles had 22 rebounds and 23 turnovers.
Dakota Christian (6-8) won the JV game and plays Friday in Bridgewater against Bridgewater-Emery, while Andes Central (4-8) plays Friday at Wagner.
DC 12 34 43 68
AC 5 10 19 33
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