Area high school basketball roundup 12/12/12: Parkston beats TDA 54-34ARMOUR — Parkston started its season off with a 54-34 victory against Tripp-Delmont/Armour in a high school boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
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ARMOUR — Parkston started its season off with a 54-34 victory against Tripp-Delmont/Armour in a high school boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
Tanner Weber scored 15 points for the Trojans. Jalen Hurley added 11 points. Parkston made 21 of its 52 field goal attempts for 40 percent and shot 5-of-13 from the free-throw line for 38 percent.
Spencer Lucas grabbed eight of the Trojans’ 30 rebounds. Weber added six rebounds. Parkston totaled 18 turnovers. The 1-0 Trojans host Chamberlain Friday.
Trevor Payer finished the game with 10 points and eight rebounds for the Nighthawks. Austin Barlow scored eight points in the win.
TDA made 11 of its 41 field goal attempts for 27 percent and made 7 of 13 free throw attempts for 54 percent.
The Nighthawks totaled 19 team rebounds and 17 turnovers. TDA (1-1) hosts Sanborn Central/Woonsocket Thursday in Armour.
Parkston won the junior varsity game 44-13.
P 20 34 50 54
TDA 10 11 18 34
Note: Trevor Payer led Tripp-Delmont/Armour with 21 rebounds in the Nighthawks’ game against Menno Saturday.
Mount Vernon/Plankinton 87, Ethan 75
ETHAN — Jared Long scored a game-high 40 points to lead Mount Vernon/Plankinton over Ethan 87-75 Tuesday.
Deric Denning scored 20 points for the Titans. Denning had four assists. Kellam Karst and Long each grabbed six rebounds.
Mount Vernon/Plankinton shot 28-of-48 from the field for 58 percent and 28-of-37 from the free-throw line for 76 percent. The Titans had 29 rebounds and eight turnovers.
Blake Bartscher scored a team-high 20 points for Ethan and finished the game with six assists. Colton Bierle added 14 points. Brandon Andersen and Jace Connor scored 11 points each. Anthony Huber and Andersen had seven rebounds apiece.
The Rustlers shot 30-of-61 from the field and 11-of-15 from the free-throw line. Ethan totaled 33 team rebounds and seven turnovers.
MVP (1-1) plays Bon Homme Thursday in Tyndall. Ethan (0-2) hosts Dakota Christian Thursday.
Mount Vernon Plankinton won the junior varsity game 49-41.
MVP 17 38 59 87
E 18 36 58 75
Winner 63, Stanley County 29
WINNER — Ben Connot scored 16 points to lead the Winner Warriors over the Stanley County Buffaloes 63-29 Tuesday.
Zach Pederson scored nine points in the win. Sam Naasz led the team with seven rebounds.
Winner shot 29-of-55 for 53 percent from the field and 3-of-8 for 38 percent from free-throw line. The Warriors had 32 team rebounds and 18 turnovers.
Winner (1-1) hosts Chamberlain Tuesday, while Stanley County (0-2) plays at Philip Thursday.
Winner won the junior varsity game 39-15 and the “C” game 46-5.
W 15 37 53 63
SC 8 12 14 29
Howard 52, Chester Area 45
HOWARD — Three players scored in double digits to lead Howard over Chester Area 52-45 in a high school boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
Howard’s Steve Larsen had 11 points and 10 rebounds. Cal Wiese scored 10 points and six steals. Cole Potter had 10 points. Andrew Schwader had 10 rebounds.
Howard was 17-of-55 from the field and 15-of-31 from the free-throw line. The team had 39 rebounds and 10 turnovers.
Howard (1-1) hosts McCook/ Central/Montrose Friday.
H 15 23 40 52
CA 10 23 34 45
Tea 49, McCook Central/Montrose 31
TEA — McCook Central/Montrose fell to 1-1 on the season with a 49-31 loss to Tea Area Tuesday.
Brandon Reif scored 14 points to lead the Fighting Cougars. Will Gottlob led the team with nine rebounds and Zach Bies had three steals. MCM totaled 27 rebounds as a team.
Tea Area (2-1) hosts Dell Rapids Friday. MCM plays at Howard Friday.
TA 12 18 35 49
MCM 6 12 19 31
South Central 52, North Central (Neb.) 48
BURKE — South Central had three players score in double digits as the Cougars defeated North Central (Neb.) 52-48 Tuesday in overtime.
Dakota Votaw scored 18 points and had seven assists and five steals in the win. Tyler Frank scored 16 points and pulled down six rebounds. Josh Tuttle added 11 points.
The Cougars shot 19-of-50 from the field and 13-of-26 from the free-throw line. South Central ended the game with 21 team rebounds and six turnovers.
South Central is 2-0 and plays at Stewart, Neb., Saturday.
South Central won the junior varsity game 38-33.
SC 11 19 28 43 52
NC 7 13 24 43 48
Lyman 47, Sully Buttes 40
PRESHO — Trey Mundlien scored 17 points in Lyman’s 47-40 win over Sully Buttes Tuesday.
Charlie LaRoche added nine points for the Raiders. Jaelani Uthe had eight of the team’s 28 rebounds. Lyman totaled 13 steals as a team in the win.
Lyman (2-0) hosts Bennett County Saturday. Sully Buttes (1-1) plays Mobridge-Pollock Tuesday in Mobridge.
L 15 24 34 47
SB 12 18 29 40
Marty Indian 58, Colome 50
COLOME — Marty Indian improved to 3-0 this season with a 58-50 win over Colome Tuesday.
Xiomar Zephier finished the game with 15 points for Marty Indian. Chris Bad Hand and Clinton Neiss Jr. scored 13 points apiece. Marty shot 34 percent from the field and 13 percent from the free-throw line.
Cohl Ratermann led Lyman with 15 points and 17 rebounds. Terrance Kinzer had four assists for the Cowboys and Brady London had four steals. Colome shot 33 percent from the field and 42 percent from the free-throw line.
Marty Indian plays Omaha Nation Jan. 4 in Omaha, Neb. Colome (0-1) plays at Gregory Thursday.
Corsica/Stickney 55, Avon 37
AVON — The Corsica/Stickney boys’ basketball team shot 50 percent from the field and defeated Avon 55-37 Tuesday.
Lane Thomas led the all scorers with 18 points in the win. Thomas also recorded four assists. Austin Tilton finished with 15 points and five rebounds.
Avon was led by Logan Mudder, who recorded a double-double. Mudder tallied 15 points and 10 rebounds, which were both team highs. Brandon Kocmich scored nine points and grabbed five rebounds for the Pirates.
Avon (0-2) hosts Hanson Saturday. Corsica/Stickney (1-1) takes on Wessington Springs Dec 20. in Wessington Springs.
A 10 17 27 37
CS 11 27 47 55
Avon 36, Corsica/Stickney 35
AVON — Chesney Nagel scored 13 points to lead Avon over Corsica/Stickney 36-35 Tuesday.
Ariana Oorlog scored eight points for the Pirates. Heidi Cap led the team with 10 rebounds and six steals. Nagel and Emily Mudder each recorded three assists.
Avon went 13-of-45 from the field and 9-of-12 from the free-throw line. The Pirates had 13 turnovers.
Corsica/Stickney was led by Hope Menning with 14 points and five rebounds. Micayla Bamberg scored 11 points and led the team with seven rebounds. Missy Johnson added five rebounds and two assists.
The Jaguars shot 11-of-25 from the field and 12-of-15 from the free-throw line. The team had 14 turnovers.
Avon (2-1) hosts Hartington Cedar Catholic (Neb.) Thursday. Corsica/Stickney (1-2) hosts Viborg-Hurley Tuesday in Corsica.
Avon won the junior varsity game 34-11.
A 10 16 24 36
CS 8 17 21 35
Canistota 64, Colman-Egan 39
COLMAN — Chloe Nielsen scored 16 points in Canistota’s 64-39 win over Colman-Egan Tuesday.
Natasha Letcher added 10 points for the Hawks. Morgan Larson led the team with six rebounds and Nielsen added five. Nielsen and Jenny Hofer had three steals apiece and Nielsen had three assists.
Canistota shot 24-of-61 from the field and 15-of-30 from the free-throw line. The Hawks totaled 14 rebounds and committed 18 turnovers.
Canistota is 1-3 and hosts Freeman Friday. Colman-Egan is 1-2 and hosts De Smet Thursday.
C 17 33 44 64
CE 8 17 27 39
Kimball/White Lake 58, Platte-Geddes 51
KIMBALL — Maria Nightingale recorded a double-double to lead Kimball/White Lake over Platte-Geddes 58-51 Tuesday.
Nightingale scored 25 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for the WiLdKats. Jazmyn Hinker scored 18 points and had four assists in the win. Ivy Haines added eight rebounds. Hailey Mohnen had four assists. KWL shot 13-of-20 from the free-thorw line.
Kelly Knudson led Platte-Geddes’s scoring with 13 points. Shelby Rabenberg added 14 points. The Black Panthers shot 4-of-10 from the free-throw line.
KWL is 2-1 and plays at Mitchell Christian Thursday. Platte-Geddes (1-1) hosts Gregory Friday in Platte.
Kimball/White Lake won the junior varsity game with a score of 48-8.
KWL 14 29 42 58
PG 16 27 47 51
Marty Indian 62, Colome 53
COLOME — Tara Farley recorded a double-double for the Colome, but the Cowboys were unable to defeat Marty Indian. Final score was 62-53.
Farley scored 15 points for Colome and had 13 rebounds. Tracy Routh scored 14 points.
Marty (2-1) plays at White River Jan. 3. Colome (0-3) hosts Cody-Kilgore (Neb.) Saturday.
No stats were reported for Marty.
Dakota Christian 49, Gregory 33
NEW HOLLAND — Dakota Christian improved to 3-1 with a 49-33 win over Gregory Tuesday.
Sammie DeLange and Brooklyn Vander Pol scored 12 points apiece to lead the Cadets. Vander Pol also led the team with five steals. Amber Baan Hofman pulled down eight rebounds for Dakota Christian, while Abbi Baan Hofman grabbed seven.
Dakota Christian made 19 of 50 field goal attempts and went 10-of-14 from the free-throw line for 71 percent. The team had 32 total rebounds and 17 turnovers.
Sierra Thomas was the leading scorer for Gregory with 11 points. Briana Leber led the Gorillas with seven rebounds.
Gregory shot 7-of-35 from the field and 7-of-16 from the free-throw line. The Gorillas totaled 20 team rebounds, but turned the ball over 23 times.
Dakota Christian plays at Wagner Saturday, while the 0-3 Gorillas play Platte-Geddes Friday in Platte.
DC 18 29 40 49
G 3 10 15 33
Chester Area 42, Howard 33
HOWARD — Howard fell to 1-1 this season with a 42-33 loss to Chester Area Tuesday.
Howard’s leading scorer was Jenna Clark with 18 point. The Tigers shot 16-of-41 from the field and 1-of-5 from the free-throw line. Howard ended the game with 19 team rebounds.
Chester Area (2-1) hosts Tri-Valley Friday. Howard hosts McCook Central/Montrose Friday.
C 9 15 25 42
H 10 15 27 33
Scotland 74, Menno 46
SCOTLAND — Aisha Abbink scored a game-high 31 points to help Scotland defeat Menno 74-46.
The senior guard also had five rebounds, two steals and one assist.
The Highlanders recorded 31 rebounds. Kennidy Asche grabbed seven and added 18 points. Amber Alvey finished with nine points, three steals and two rebounds.
Menno was led by Kylee Kessler, who finished with a team-high 17 points. Kessler added five rebounds and two assists. Christina Herrboldt scored nine points and grabbed five rebounds. Abby Herrboldt added six points.
Scotland (1-1) plays Bon Homme Thursday in Tyndall. Menno (0-2) hosts Hanson Friday.
M 13 23 31 46
S 23 40 55 74
Chamberlain 70, Wessington Springs 53
CHAMBERLAIN — Alex Pederson led all players with 21 points and helped lead Chamberlain to a 70-53 victory over Wessington Springs Tuesday.
Kennedy Wagner scored 17 points for the Cubs. Logan Pickner and Corrina Reuer tallied 10 points apiece.
Cassidy Musick had 20 points and Devon Tebay recorded 13 in the game.
The Cubs also won the JV game.
Chamberlain (2-0) plays at Parkston Friday, while Wessington Springs (1-1) hosts Hitchcock-Tulare Thursday.
C 7 31 51 70
WS 11 16 37 53
Viborg-Hurley 66, Bridgewater-Emery 36
EMERY — Viborg-Hurley defeated Bridgewater-Emery 66-36 in a high school girls’ basketball game Tuesday in Emery.
Val Sunderland led the Cougars with 17 points. Angie Lee recorded 12 points and seven rebounds. Danielle Voss added eight rebounds. The Cougars had 30 rebounds and 20 turnovers.
Tiana Kayser had 10 points and five rebounds in the loss. Justine Dye tallied seven points. The Huskies had 26 rebounds and 23 turnovers in the game.
The Huskies (1-2) host Mount Vernon/Plankinton Thursday, Viborg-Hurley (3-0) plays Irene-Wakonda Friday in Wakonda.
VH 17 27 49 66
BE 8 18 27 36
Vermillion 36, Bon Homme 25
VERMILLION — Bon Homme fell to Vermillion 36-25 Tuesday. Bon Homme (1-2) hosts Scotland Thursday.
Stanley County 45, Lyman 33
FORT PIERRE — Lyman fell to Stanley County 45-33 Tuesday.
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