Area high school basketball roundup 12/12/12: MCHS boys fall to KnightsABERDEEN — The Mitchell Christian boys’ basketball team is now 1-4 on the season after losing to Aberdeen Christian 79-51 Friday in Aberdeen.
ABERDEEN — The Mitchell Christian boys’ basketball team is now 1-4 on the season after losing to Aberdeen Christian 79-51 Friday in Aberdeen.
The Eagles went 16-of-48 from the field and shot 3-of-28 from behind the three-point line.
Three Mitchell Christian boys scored in double figures. Jackson Feiner scored a team-high 15 points, Aaron Lemon chipped in with 13 and Wes VanderPol added 11.
Feiner finished the night with a team leading two assists and tied with Ethan Cooper for the team lead in steals with two.
Adam Rasmussen led the Eagles in rebounds with 11.
Aberdeen Christian (2-2) was led by a trio of double-digit scorers. Sam Palmer led all scorers with 24 points, while Matt Rohrbach and Joe Niewenhuis each added 18.
Mitchell Christian plays Freeman academy Jan 5. in Mitchell.
A complete box score was not available for this game.
A 13 27 52 79
MCHS 11 21 38 51
Corsica/Stickney 48, Parkston 40
CORSICA — Adam Bormann had 18 points to lead the Corsica/Stickney boys’ basketball team past Parkston 48-40 Friday in Corsica.
Austin Tilton had 12 points and Michael Odens finished with 10 for Corsica/Stickney, which shot 45 percent from the field and 78 percent from the free throw line.
Parkston shot 31 percent from the field and grabbed 21 rebounds. Spencer Lucas led the Trojans with 11 points and five rebounds. Parker Van Zee added 8 points in the loss.
Parkston (3-1) plays Sisseton Dec 29. in the Parkston Classic. Corsica/Stickney (2-2) takes on Wolsey-Wessington Dec 29. in the Parkston Classic.
Sunshine Bible Academy 38, Lyman 33
PRESHO — Sunshine Bible Academy had two players in double-digit scoring figures as it defeated Lyman 38-33 in a high school girls’ basketball game Friday in Presho.
SBA’s Tricia Wilkin led all players with 16 points and Shanna Moreland had 10 points and 12 rebounds, recording a double-double. The Crusaders shot 48 percent from the field.
Lyman was led by Chesney Garnos, who had seven points in the game. Bailey Almond and Ryan Gray each tallied six. Anna Flitner brought down eight rebounds. The Raiders shot 50 percent from the field.
Lyman (1-5) plays Kadoka Area Thursday, while SBA (4-2) play Dupree Thursday.
SBA 10 20 30 38
L 4 10 18 33
Parkston 47, Corsica/Stickney 44
CORSICA — Parkston won its fifth game of the season after beating Corsica/Stickney 47-44 Friday.
The Trojans (5-1) were 15-of-32 from the field and was led by Erica Herrold, who scored a game-high 16 points and grabbed six rebounds. McKenzie Weidenbach added 10 points.
Corsica/Stickney (3-3) recorded 17 rebounds. Micayla Bamberg had nine of those 17.
Hope Menning led the Jaguars in scoring with 15 points, while Jessica Hoogers chipped in with 13 and Missy Johnson added 10.
Both teams take the court again Friday in the Parkston Classic in Parkston.
Parkston 8 23 42 47
Corsica 12 21 29 44
Winner 76, Colome 22
WINNER — Tawny Barry had 18 points and led the Winner Warriors to a 76-22 win over Colome Friday in Winner.
Winner had four girls finish the night in double figures. Tawny Sherman scored 13, while Sara Husher and Katie Mathis chipped in with 10 apiece.
Mathis and Cassidy Hanson led the Warriors in rebounds with six apiece.
Becca Moorhead led Colome in scoring with six points.
Winner (2-3) takes on Bon Homme Thursday in Tyndall. Colome plays at the Holiday Classic Thursday in Kimball.
W 23 39 53 76
C 5 9 13 22
Hanson 64, Wagner 60
WAGNER — The Hanson girls’ basketball team improved to 6-0 after defeating Wagner 64-60 Friday.
The Beavers were led by Cassiby Graham, who scored 26 points and had five steals. Kynedi Cheeseman added 15 points in the win.
Wagner’s Ali Kuca recorded a double-double with 17 points and 10 rebounds. Nicole Webber led the Red Raiders in scoring with 20 points and Gina Soukup recorded 11.
Hanson (6-0) plays Centerville Friday at the Parkston Classic. Wagner (4-2) takes on Tri-Valley Friday at the Parkston Classic.
H 14 29 40 64
W 17 29 41 60
Freeman 67, Canistota 54
CANISTOTA —The Freeman girls’ basketball team beat Canistota 67-54 Friday in Canistota.
The Flyers, who grabbed 25 boards, improved to 2-3 on the season. Freeman shot 51 percent from the field and 79 percent from the free throw line.
Canistota was led by Chloe Nelsen, who scored 17 points. Jenny Hofer added 14 and Lexys Sandman tallied nine.
Freeman takes on Bridgewater-Emery Jan. 3 in Emery, while Canistota (1-5) plays Summit Friday in Brookings.
F 12 21 34 67
C 7 15 34 54