Area Basketball Roundup: Lucas leads Parkston past AvonPARKSTON — Parkston had two players score in double digits as the Trojans went on to defeat the Avon Pirates 47-37 in a high school boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
PARKSTON — Parkston had two players score in double digits as the Trojans went on to defeat the Avon Pirates 47-37 in a high school boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
Spencer Lucas had a game-high 19 points for Parkston. Kyle Hohn scored 12 points as Parkston shot 17-of-38 from the field. The Trojans made eight free throws on 15 attempts for 53 percent.
Lucas had seven of Parkston’s 19 team rebounds. Parker Van Zee had five assists for the Trojans, who turned the ball over 15 times.
Logan Powers scored 16 points for Avon, while Brian Kocmich added 10. The Pirates shot 15-of-37 from the field and 4-of-6 from the free-throw line.
Logan Mudder had five rebounds of the team’s 13. Avon accumulated 15 turnovers as a team.
Parkston (3-0) plays Corsica/Stickney Friday in Corsica. Avon (0-4) plays Alcester-Hudson Dec. 28th Alcester.
Parkston won the junior varsity game 44-24.
P 9 20 34 47
A 8 19 24 37
Hanson 55, Marion 21
ALEXANDRIA — Hanson remains undefeated at 4-0 after a 55-21 win over Marion in a boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
Matt Huber led the Beavers with 12 points and seven rebounds. Sam Vander Stouwe added 11 points in the win.
Hanson shot 24-of-57 from the field and 2-of-4 from the free-throw line. The Beavers totaled 28 team rebounds and eight turnovers.
Hanson hosts Lake Preston Thursday in Alexandria, while 0-2 Marion hosts Alcester Hudson Jan. 4.
Hanson won the junior varsity game 56-16.
H 10 23 43 55
M 6 10 16 21
Chamberlain 62, Winner 37
WINNER — Five players scored in double digits in a game that saw Chamberlain victorious over Winner 62-37 Tuesday.
Gage Basting scored 15 points, Reuben Estes scored 14 points and Davis Carson scored 12 points for the Cubs. Chamberlain shot 27-of-54 from the field and 3-of-6 from the line.
Basting had eight of the team’s 27 rebounds. The Cubs totaled 10 turnovers. Chamberlain, which is 2-1 this season, also won the junior varsity game with a score 44-33.
Brendan Harter and Ben Connot each scored 10 points for Winner. The Warriors shot 14-of-54 for 25 percent from the field. Winner made 9 free throws in 18 attempts from the line.
Winner, which is 1-2, totaled 23 rebounds on the night and had 14 turnovers. Winner hosts Lead-Deadwood Thursday in Winner.
C 13 33 51 62
W 9 19 30 37
Andes Central 31
LAKE ANDES — Austin Barlow scored 18 points to lead Tripp-Delmont/Armour over Andes Central 58-31 in a high school boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
Trevor Payer added 13 points for the Nighthawks, who shot 22-of-44 on the night. Shane Koster rounded out the top three with nine points.
Payer and Cody Hrdlicka each recorded 10 of TDA’s 33 team rebounds. Payer also led the team with five assists, four blocks and three steals. Barlow had three steals in the win.
Tripp-Delmont/Armour, which also won the junior varsity game 47-25, went 9-of-13 from the free-throw line and had 20 turnovers to Andes Central’s 15.
Zach Cournoyer was the leading scorer for Andes Central with 10 points. Lake Andes went 13-of-55 for shooting from the field and 5-of-9 from the line.
Darrin Hopkins had nine of the Eagles’ 23 rebounds. Gabe Cournoyer had three steals in the loss.
TDA is 2-3 this season and plays Viborg-Hurley Thursday in Viborg. Andes Central is 2-2 and hosts Menno Dec. 27 in Lake Andes.
TDA 13 30 46 58
AC 8 18 22 31
Sunshine Bible Academy 61,
Wessington Springs 36
MILLER — Brady Brockel scored 16 points to lead Sunshine Bible Academy over Wessington Springs 61-36 Tuesday.
Braden Jones scored eight points and had four assists to lead Wessington Springs. Zachary Paulson and Deion Sails added seven points apiece in the win. The Spartans shot 16-of-57 from the field and 1-of-3 from the free-throw line.
Jevon Hohn was leading rebounder for Wessington Springs with nine, while Paulson added eight of the team’s 36 rebounds. The 0-2 Spartans had 25 turnovers in the loss.
Wessington Springs hosts Corsica/Stickney Thursday.
SBA 18 29 41 61
WS 9 18 28 36
McCook Central/Montrose 61,
Chester Area 29
SALEM — The McCook Central/Montrose boys’ basketball team beat Chester Aarea 61-29 Tuesday in Salem.
Will Gottlob led MCM with 18 points and Brandon Reif added 12 points. Hunter Erickson had four assists and Zach Bies tallied six steals. MCM was 31-of-54 from the field and 5-of-8 from the free throw line. The Fighting Cougars, who won the JV game, had 31 rebounds.
MCM (3-1) plays Miller in the Parkston Classic Dec. 29, while Chester Area (0-4) plays Oldham-Ramona/Rutland Friday.
MCM 11 30 47 61
CA 8 12 23 29
Kimball/White Lake 73,
KIMBALL — Jacob Kirsch scored 30 points in Kimball/White Lake’s 73-37 victory over Highmore-Harrold Tuesday.
Jacob Kirsch scored 30 points and brought down six rebounds. Jesse Taylor had nine points, nine rebounds and five assists. Kyle Peters and Eathen Gaulke each added eight points. The WiLdKats were 33-of-53 from the field and 5-of-11 from the free throw line.
KWL (3-0) play at the Holiday Classic in Kimball Dec. 27, while HH (0-3) play Stanley County Thursday.
KWL 23 43 65 73
HH 7 20 28 37
Dakota Christian 48,
Bon Homme 46
NEW HOLLAND — The Dakota Christian boys’ basketball team earned its first victory of the season by defeating Bon Homme 48-46.
The Cadets shot 53 percent from the field and were led by Jake Spoelstra, who recorded a double-double.
Spoelstra tallied 17 points, 10 rebounds and four steals. Carter Dykstra also had four steals and four assists. Darren Fallis added 10 points.
Bon Homme was led by the duo of Scott Van Winkle and Kodi Larson.
Larson led the Cavaliers in scoring and rebounds with 11 and five, respectively. Van Winkle, who scored 10 points, led Bon Homme in assists, with five, and steals, with four.
Dakota Christian (1-3) takes on Mount Vernon/Plankinton Thursday in Plankinton. Bon Homme plays Irene-Wakonda Thursday in Irene. Bon Homme won the junior varsity game 41-26.
DC 19 28 42 48
BH 11 24 35 46
Arlington 65, Howard 60
ARLINGTON — The Howard boys’ basketball team fell to Arlington 65-60 Tuesday.
No stats were reported for this game.
Arlington (4-0) plays Deubrook Area Thursday in White, while 1-4 Howard plays in the Big East Tournament Jan. 3 in Howard.
James Valley Christian 100, Ethan 65
HURON — Ethan dropped to 1-3 with a 100-65 loss to James Valley Christian in a boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
No stats were reported for this game.
James Valley Christian and Ethan play in the Parkston Classic Dec. 29 in Parkston.
Howard 48, Arlington 30
ARLINGTON — Howard picked up its first win of the season in a 48-30 defeat of Arlington Tuesday in a high school girls’ basketball game.
Kelsey Dawson led the Tigers with 15 points, while Jenna Clark added nine points. Howard shot 18-of-47 from the field and 10-of-16 from the line.
Dawson had 10 rebounds for the Tigers, who recorded 46 rebounds in the game. Howard, who had 16 turnovers, is 1-4 and hosts Flandreau Dec. 28.
The Cardinals are 0-4 and play Deubrook Area Thursday in White.
H 11 27 37 48
A 7 17 23 30
Platte-Geddes 64, Mount Vernon/Plankinton 37
PLANKINTON — Mackenzie Millar scored 14 points as Platte-Geddes defeated Mount Vernon/Plankinton 64-37 in a girls’ basketball game Tuesday.
Brianna Erickson scored 10 points for the Panthers, who shot 31-of-70 from the field. Josie DeGroot added 11 points for the team that shot 4-of-10 from the free-throw line.
Shelby Rabenburg had nine rebounds and five assists to lead the Panthers. Platte-Geddes totaled 36 rebounds and 12 turnovers in the win.
The Panthers improve to 3-1 and play in Freeman Thursday.
Erin Denning and Dani Stoltz each scored eight points for the Titans. Mount Vernon/Plankinton shot 13-of-48 from the field and 6-of-8 from the free-throw line.
The 0-6 Titans had 25 rebounds and 21 turnovers in the loss. MVP, which won the junior varsity game 45-4, plays Jan. 3 in Wessington Springs.
PG 16 32 49 64
MVP 3 15 22 37
Bridgewater-Emery 45, Canistota 33
BRIDGEWATER — Bridgewater-Emery had two players score in double digits as the Huskies won 45-33 over Canistota in a girls’ basketball game Tuesday.
Tiana Kayser scored 20 points for Bridgewater-Emery and led the team with seven rebounds. Justine Dye added 17 points and recorded six assists. McKenzie Shultz had seven reobunds in the win.
The Huskies shot 16-of-47 from the field and 11-of-13 for 84 percent from the line. Bridgewater-Emery, which improved to 4-2 with the win, totaled 31 team rebounds and 20 turnovers in the game.
Chloe Nielsen had 17 points and seven rebounds for Canistota. The Hawks shot 12-of-46 from the field and 8-of-14 from the free-throw line. The team recorded 16 rebounds and 17 turnovers.
BE plays Deuel in the Swiftel Classic in Brookings Dec. 28. Canistota, which won the junior varsity game 30-27, is 2-4 and hosts Freeman Friday.
BE 14 22 31 45
C 8 23 29 33
Hanson 55, Marion 31
ALEXANDRIA — Hanson remains undefeated with a 55-31 win over Marion Tuesday in a high school girls’ basketball game.
Cassidy Graham was Hanson’s top scorer with 10 points. Lindsi Dey added eight points for the Beavers, who shot 21-of-51 from the field. Hanson shot 8-of-16 from the free-throw line.
Lindsi Dey was the top rebounder with nine of the team’s 32 total rebounds. Kynedi Cheeseman had five rebounds for the Beavers.
Hanson, which is 5-0 this season and plays at Wagner Friday, had 14 turnovers in the win.
Marion is 1-2 and hosts Alcester-Hudson Dec. 27.
Hanson won the junior varsity game 60-4.
H 18 34 44 55
M 5 9 27 31
Ethan 58, James Valley Christian 41
HURON — Four Ethan players scored in double digits as the Rustlers defeated James Valley Christian 58-41 in a girls’ basketball game Tuesday.
Darbi Gustafson led the team with 22 points. Rachel Hawkins added 13 points. Anna Mueller scored 11 points and Whitney Anderson scored nine.
Ethan is 2-2 and plays Viborg-Hurley Dec. 28 in the Parkston Classic in Parkston. James Valley Christian is 2-3 and plays Pipestone, Minn., Dec. 28 in Brookings.
E 15 33 39 58
JVC 9 21 36 41
Corsica/Stickney 62, Viborg-Hurley 46
CORSICA — Micayla Bamberg recorded a double-double to help lead Corsica/Stickney past Viborg-Hurley 62-46 Tuesday.
Bamberg recorded 11 points and 10 rebounds. Hope Menning led all players 25 points and five steals. Jessica Hoogers had 12 points and Missy Johnson added 10 points in the win.
Corsica/Stickney (2-2) plays at Wessington Springs Thursday, while Viborg-Hurley (4-1) host Tripp-Delmont/Armour Thursday.
CS 15 27 46 62
VH 8 28 35 46
Sunshine Bible Academy 57,
Wessington Springs 54 (OT)
MILLER — Wessington Springs’ Devin Tebay had 21 points and Shyanne Kopfmann had 10 points and 15 rebounds in a 57-54 overtime loss to Sunshine Bible Academy Tuesday.
Cassidy Musick and Sheyanna Brodkorb each added 10 points for Wessington Springs, which was 22-fo-59 from the field, 8-of-21 from the foul line and had 24 turnovers.
Wessington Springs is 2-2 and hosts Corsica/Stickney Thursday.
WS 14 26 42 50 54
SBA 9 24 37 50 57
Chamberlain 57, Winner 51
WINNER — Kennedy Wagner had 14 points, Alex Pederson had 13 and Jaymee Knippling added 12 in Chamberlain’s 57-51 win over Winner Tuesday.
Chamberlain was 17-of-59 from the field and 19-of-27 from the free-throw line.
Winner’s Kelsey Bertram had 17 points and nine rebounds. Katie Mathis had six rebounds.
Winner was 17-of-64 from the field, 12-of-22 from the line and had 14 turnovers.
Winner (1-3) plays Colome Friday, while Chamberlain hosts Scotland Saturday.
C 15 24 39 57
W 13 19 28 51
CENTERVILLE — Kieran O’ Malley went over the 2,000-point mark to help lift Centerville to a 70-56 victory over Freeman.
Freeman shot 16-of-56 from the field and 19-of-30 from the free-throw line.
Dina Soulek led the Flyers in scoring with 19 points. Erica Sage chipped in with 13 and Nicole Saarie added 10.
Carli Lager recorded eight rebounds and Nicole Hinkley grabbed seven.
Freeman (1-2) faces Platte-Geddes Thursday in Freeman. Centerville (5-0) plays Dec. 28 in the Parkston Classic in Parkston.
C 12 34 54 70
F 20 29 43 56
South Central 48, Colome 31
COLOME — Ashley Green scored 16 points to lead South Central over Colome 48-31 in a high school girls’ basketball game Monday.
Tiffany Hauf led Colome with eight points. Tara Farley ended the game with six rebounds.
Colome won the junior varsity game 39-17.
South Central is 4-1 this season and plays Jones County Dec. 27 in Kimball. Colome plays at Winner Friday.
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