Area high school basketball roundup: Beaver girls edge Avon in District 11BHanson was able to hang on to defeat Avon 45-42 on Tuesday at the Corn Palace in high schools girls’ District 11B semifinal action. The game was close throughout and Hanson trailed by two heading into the final quarter.
By: Sports staff , The Daily Republic
Hanson was able to hang on to defeat Avon 45-42 on Tuesday at the Corn Palace in high schools girls’ District 11B semifinal action.
The game was close throughout and Hanson trailed by two heading into the final quarter.
Hanson shot 18-of-40 from the field and 9-of-19 from the free-throw line. Ashley Robinson led the team with 26 points. Cassidy Graham added 10 for the Beavers.
Hanson finished with 26 rebounds, 13 assists and turned the ball over 21 times.
Avon was led by Chesney Nagel with 18 points. Lanae Van Gerpen had 10 points and 14 rebounds in the loss.
Avon shot 14-of-37 from the field and 10-of-13 from the line. It finished with 25 rebounds, 15 assists and had 21 turnovers.
Avon finishes the year at 12-10 while Hanson improves to 18-3 and will play in the District 11B championship game on Friday at the Corn Palace.
H 8 24 34 45
A 8 23 36 42
Ethan 57, Scotland 51
Darbi Gustafson scored 29 points to lead Ethan over Scotland 57-51 in the District 11B semifinals Tuesday at the Corn Palace.
Bailey Grenoble scored eight points for the Rustlers. Gustafson had nine rebounds and four assists. Morgan Tuttle had eight rebounds.
Ethan shot 20-of-31 from the field and 17-of-23 from the free-throw line. The Rustlers had 34 team rebounds and 13 turnovers.
Aisha Abbink scored 17 points for Scotland. Haley Brunke scored 11 points and had five rebounds. Kennedy Asche scored 10 points and had five rebounds.
The Lady Highlanders shot 18-of-50 from the field and 5-of-9 from the free-throw line. The team had 17 rebounds and 10 turnovers.
Ethan is 16-5 and plays Hanson Friday at 8 p.m. at the Corn Palace for the District championship. Scotland ends its season with a 15-6.
E 11 29 41 57
S 18 30 41 51
Parkston 61, Bon Homme 50
PARKSTON — Parkston moves on to the District 10A Semifinal game with its 61-50 win over Bon Homme Tuesday.
Marie Malloy scored 18 points and had six rebounds to lead the Trojans. Erica Herrold scored 16 points. Logan Wagner scored 13 points. Krista Radke had six rebounds.
Parkston shot 23-of-57 from the field and 10-of-20 from the free-throw line. The team had 40 rebounds and eight turnovers.
Bon Homme was led by Raquel Sutera with 19 points and nine rebounds. Tara Ronke scored 14 points and Carly Kozak scored 10 points.
Bon Homme shot 17-of-52 from the field and 13-of-22 from the free-throw line. The Cavaliers had 34 team rebounds and six turnovers.
Parkston is 16-3 and plays Wagner at 7 p.m. Thursday in the District 10A championship in Wagner. Bon Homme ends its season with a 15-6 record.
P 14 26 44 61
BH 8 24 43 50
Wagner 68. Platte-Geddes 33
WAGNER — Devon Brecke scored a game-high 22 points for Wagner in its 68-33 win over Platte-Geddes in a District 10A semifinal game Tuesday.
LaShawn Medicine Horn scored 15 points and had seven rebounds, four steals, and six assists for Wagner. Jessa Doom scored 13 points and had five rebounds. Alexa Cimpl had six rebounds and Nicole Weber had six assists.
Wagner shot 26-of-54 from the field and 15-of-24 from the free-throw line. The Red Raiders had 34 team rebounds and 16 turnovers.
Jose DeGroot led Platte-Geddes with 10 points and five rebounds. Kellee Griese scored eight points and had seven rebounds. Haley Whalen scored eight points and had five rebounds.
The Black Panthers shot 12-of-42 from the field and 7-fo-17 from the free-throw line. Platte-Geddes had 23 team rebounds and 25 turnovers.
Wagner is 21-0 this season and plays Parkston at 7 p.m. Thursday in Wagner in the District 10A championship. Platte-Geddes ends its season with an 8-13 record.
W 8 32 52 68
PG 12 18 25 33
Plankinton 58, Mount Vernon 33
PLANKINTON — Plankinton defeated Mount Vernon 58-33 in a District 10B quarterfinal game Tuesday.
Katie Anderson scored 12 points for Plankinton. Plankinton shot 27-of-68 from the field and 2-of-9 from the free-throw line. The Lady Pirates had 35 total rebounds and 29 turnovers.
Mount Vernon was led by Ashlee Dikoff scored 13 points. Mount Vernon shot 15-of-42 from the field and 4-of-22 from the free-throw line. The Fillies had 33 rebounds and 26 turnovers.
Plankinton is 5-14 and plays Kimball/White Lake Thursday at 6:30 p.m. at the Corn Palace in Mitchell. Mount Vernon ends its season with a 0-21 overall record.
P 15 28 44 58
MV 5 12 21 33
Howard 67, Colman-Egan 58
COLMAN — Howard outscored Colman-Egan in overtime to win a District 4B quarterfinal game 67-58 Tuesday.
Howard was led by Kelsey Dawson with 25 points and 17 rebounds. Jenna Clark scored 13 points and had 12 rebounds. Shelby Thompson scored 13 points.
Howard shot 26-of-60 from the field and 14-of-25 from the free-throw line. The Tigers had 55 team rebounds and 32 turnovers.
Carli Johnson scored 23 points for Colman-Egan. Tori Nelsen scored 19 points. Hailey Harms scored 10 points.
Colman-Egan shot 22-of-52 from the field and 11-of-25 from the free-throw line. The Hawks had 25 team rebounds and 23 turnovers.
Howard (2-19) plays Oldham-Ramona/Rutland at 7:00 Thursday in Ramona. Colman-Egan ends its season with a 4-17 record.
H 10 24 32 53 67
CE 9 22 39 53 58
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 62,
HURON — Sanborn Central/Woonsocket held Wolsey-Wessington scoreless in the first quarter in its 62-10 win in a District 9B semifinal game Tuesday.
Shelby Selland was the leading score for Sanborn Central/Woonsocket with 18 points. Rachelle Moore scored 13 points and had four steals and six assists. Rachel Selland scored 10 points. Marissa Weber and Nicole Carda each had five rebounds. Candace Page-Marten had four steals.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket shot 28-of-48 from the field and 5-of-7 from the free-throw line. The team had 29 total rebounds and 14 turnovers.
Sidney Carey scored six points for Wolsey-Wessington. Lexi McGillvrey scored three points. The Lady Warbirds shot 2-of-6 from the free-throw line.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket is 19-2 and plays James Valley Christian in the District 9B Championship at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Huron Arena. Wolsey Wessington ends its season with a 4-16 overall record.
SCW 20 38 54 62
WW 0 6 6 10
James Valley Christian 64,
Wessington Springs 51
HURON — Tara Nihart scored 21 points in James Valley Christian’s 64-51 win over Wessington Springs in the District 9B semifinals Tuesday.
Sarah Wedel scored 14 points and had eight rebounds in the win. Rachel Fleek scored 14 points and had five rebounds. Nihart had five assists and Jaclyn Loban had three steals.
The Lady Vikings shot 19-of-20 from the free-throw line. The team had 23 total rebounds and 15 turnovers.
Traci Orth led Wessington Springs with 12 points. Sheyanne Brodkorb scored 11 points and had three steals for the Lady Spartans. Shyanne Kopfmann scored seven points. Devon Teday had 10 rebounds. Cassidy Musick had seven rebounds. Mindy Kraft had four assists.
Wessington Springs shot 22-of-61 from the field and 6-of-7 from the free-throw line. The Spartans had 35 team rebounds and 13 turnovers.
James Valley Christian is 11-8 and plays Sanborn Central Woonsocket in the District 9B Championship at 7 p.m. Thursday at the Huron Arena. Wessington Springs ends its season with a 3-16 record.
JVC 16 33 54 64
WS 12 26 37 51
Crow Creek 68, Chamberlain 56
STEPHAN — Crow Creek defeated Chamberlain 68-56 in the District 12A semifinal game Tuesday.
Jolonna Sazue scored 26 points for Crow Creek. Maria Cruz scored 15 points. Evaline Arrow scored 12 points. Crow Creek shot 20-of-34 from the free-throw line.
Frankie Willard scored 17 points for Chamberlain. Kennedy Wagner scored 16 points. Alex Pederson scored 10 points. Logan Pickner had eight rebounds.
Chamberlain shot 26-of-51 from the field and 12-of-17 from the free-throw line. The Cubs had 32 team rebounds and 27 turnovers.
Crow Creek is 15-6 and plays Miller at 7 p.m. Thursday in Chamberlain in the District 12A Championship. Chamberlain ends its season 12-9.
CC 16 37 48 68
C 11 22 41 56
Jones County 41, Lyman 34
MURDO — Becky Bryan scored a game-high 22 points as Jones County defeated Lyman 41-34 in the District 13B semifinals Tuesday.
Madison Mathews scored 10 points and had five assists for the Coyotes. Mariah Krogman had seven rebounds.
Jones County shot 12-of-46 from the field and 17-of-22 from the free-throw line. The Coyotes had 23 team rebounds and 13 turnovers.
Lyman was led by Anna Flitner with 13 points. Bailey Almond scored 11 points. Cedar Jandreau had seven rebounds.
Lyman shot 10-of-36 from the field and 12-of-21 from the free-throw line. The Raiders had 23 team rebounds and 15 turnovers.
Jones County is 15-6 and plays Kadoka Area Thursday at 6:30 p.m. in Murdo for the championship. Lyman ends its season with a 5-17 record.
JC 12 26 33 41
L 13 25 28 34
Kadoka Area 61, White River 41
MURDO — Tia Carlson scored a game-high 26 points for Kadoka Area as the Kougars defeated White River 61-41 in the District 13B semifinals Tuesday.
Tess Byrd scored 17 points and had five assists for Kadoka Area. Kassidy Ferguson had ten rebounds. Alex Smiley had six steals.
Kadoka Area shot 25-of-59 from the field and 8-of-13 from the free-throw line. The Kougars grabbed 30 rebounds and had 18 turnovers.
White River was led by Katie LaPointe with 12 points. Maci Gillen scored 10 points. Lene Wright had seven rebounds.
White River shot 17-of-53 from the field and 5-of-11 from the free-throw line. The Lady Tigers had 22 team rebounds and nine turnovers.
Kadoka Area is 13-8 and plays Jones County for the District 13B championship at 6:30 p.m. Thursday in Murdo. White River finishes its season 11-10.
KA 15 26 41 61
WR 13 21 25 41
Parker 70, Bridgewater-Emery 42
TEA — Anna Leloux had a double-double to lead Parker over Bridgewater-Emery 70-42 Tuesday in a District 7B semifinal game.
Leloux scored 20 points and had 11 rebounds and six steals. Micalanne Hanten scored 15 points. Alycia Pesicka and Morgan Hay each scored 10 points. Hay had six steals and five assists.
Parker shot 25-of-67 from the field and 18-of-28 from the free-throw line. The Pheasants had 45 rebounds and 23 turnovers.
Elizabeth Schnabel scored 15 points and had six rebounds for Bridgewater-Emery. Justine Dye scored 12 points and had six rebounds. Aly Hanssen had four assists and four steals.
Bridgewater-Emery shot 15-of-48 from the field and 8-of-19 from the free-throw line. The Huskies had 21 team rebounds and 26 turnovers.
Parker is 14-7 and plays Canistota at 6:30 Friday in Tea in the District 7B championship. Bridgewater-Emery ends its season at 10-12.
P 14 40 56 70
BE 10 26 34 42
Winner 38, Gregory 37
GREGORY — Winner defeated Gregory 38-37 in the high school girls’ basketball District 13A tournament.
Winner shot 16-of-46 from the floor and 3-of-4 from the free-throw line as Cassidy Hanson led the team with 11 points. Haley Demers pulled down a game-high 13 rebounds.
The Warriors finished with 29 total rebounds and turned the ball over 17 times.
Gregory shot 6-of-28 from the field and 13-of-20 from the line. Courtney Petersen had 10 points. The team finished with 13 rebounds and 10 turnovers.
Gregory finished the year 10-10 while Winner (9-12) moves on to the District 13A championship game on Thursday.
W 7 11 24 38
G 10 15 29 37
West Central 46,
McCook Central/Montrose 26
HARTFORD — West Central defeated McCook Central/Montrose 46-26 Tuesday night in girls’ District 9A action.
West Central was led in scoring by Allie MacDonald, who had 13 points. Madison Kuehl added 12 points.
West Central shot 18-of-49 from the field for 37 percent and went 11-of-20 from the free-throw for 55 percent.
West Central had 27 rebounds and 16 turnovers.
MCM was led in scoring by Beth Matthias, who had seven points
MCM shot 9-of-46 from the field for 20 percent and went 8-of-18 from the free-throw line for 44 percent. MCM had 24 total rebounds and 23 turnovers.
MCM ended its season at 6-14.
WC 8 25 39 46
MCM 5 9 17 26
Canistota 53, Freeman 46
TEA — Canistota upset Freeman 53-46 in the District 7B semifinals Tuesday.
Chloe Nielsen scored 14 points for the Hawks. Haley Jerman scored 13 points and had 11 rebounds.
Canistota shot 19-of-49 from the field and 13-of-22 from the free-throw line. The team had 25 rebounds and five turnovers.
Paige Herrboldt scored a game-high 25 points for the Freeman. Dina Soulek scored 12 points and had seven rebounds and four assists. Christa Roth had seven rebounds.
The Flyers shot 18of-36 from the field and 3-of-7 from the free-throw line. Freeman had 24 team rebounds and 10 turnovers.
Canistota is 14-8 and plays Parker in the District 7B championship at 6:30 Friday in Tea. Freeman ends its season with a 12-9 record.
C 12 25 34 53
F 16 24 39 46
Dakota Christian 55,
CORSICA — Dakota Christian came back from a halftime deficit and defeated Corsica/Stickney 55-54 in a boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
Carter Dykstra was the leading scorer for Dakota Christian with 17 points. Jake Spoelstra scored 14 points. Michael Buitenbos scored 12 points and had six assists and four steals. Dykstra and Spoelstra each had six rebounds.
The Cadets shot 20-of-37 from the field and 10-of-18 from the free-throw line. The team had 21 total rebounds and 14 turnovers.
Corsica/Stickney’s leading scorer was Adam Bormann with 16 points. Bormann also had nine rebounds. Lane Thomas scored 11 points and had five assists and four steals. Dustin Bultje scored 10 points.
Corsica/Stickney shot 20-of-42 from the field and 8-of-16 from the free-throw line. The team had 28 total rebunds and 17 turnovers.
Dakota Christian ends the regular season at 8-12 and plays Marty Indian in the District 12B quarterfinals at 7 p.m. Saturday in Marty. Corsica/Stickney ends the season with an 11-8 record and plays Kimball/White Lake in the District 10B quarterfinals March 1 at 8:30 p.m. at the Corn Palace in Mitchell.
DC 9 21 42 55
CS 12 27 39 54
Plankinton 62, Iroquois 36
PLANKINTON — Plankinton beat Iroquois 62-36 on Tuesday, in a high school boys’ basketball game that was originally scheduled for Monday.
Plankinton shot 41 percent from the field and 62 percent from the free-throw line. The Pirates came down with 33 total rebounds and had 12 turnovers.
Kellan Karst led the Pirates with 19 points. Jordan Highelk finished with 11 on the night.
Erik Wehlander had a double-double for Iroguois with 17 points and 12 rebounds. Iroquois shot 46 percent from the floor and 60 percent from the line. It ended with 33 total rebounds and 40 turnovers.
Plankinton improved to 2-18 on the season while Iroquois dropped to 0-19. Both teams next competition is in district play.
Plankinton won the JV game.
P 19 36 48 62
I 7 16 24 36
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 76,
WOONSOCKET — Sanborn Central/Woonsocket edged Bridgewater-Emery 76-72 Monday in a boys’ high school basketball game.
Tyler Krueger had a team-high 22 points for Sanborn Central/Woonsocket. Nick Miller had 18 points, Todd Stekl had 13 points and Davion Brooks had 12.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket was 25-of-50 from the field, 21-of-28 from the free-throw line and had 11 turnovers.
Bridgewater-Emery’s Clayton Dye had 28 points and Seth Wethor had 21 points. Terry Weber and Steven Whistler each had 10.
Bridgewater-Emery was 31-of-66 from the field and had 23 turnovers.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (8-12) plays in the district tournament next against Iroquois. The game is at 7 p.m. on Saturday. Bridgewater-Emery (13-7) plays Marion in the first round of the district tournament at 8 p.m. Saturday in Tea.
SCW 17 36 52 76
BE 15 31 50 72
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