AREA BASKETBALL ROUNDUP: Chamberlain offense explodes at East/West ClassicCHAMBERLAIN – Four players scored in double-figures to help lift the Chamberlain boys’ basketball team to a 75-48 win over Belle Fourche at the East/West Classic Saturday.
CHAMBERLAIN – Four players scored in double-figures to help lift the Chamberlain boys’ basketball team to a 75-48 win over Belle Fourche at the East/West Classic Saturday.
Skyler Bertram drained six three-pointers en route to scoring a game-high 23 points for the Cubs, who shot 28-of-63 from the field.
Lane Shroyer scored 14, Reuben Estes had 13 points and five assists while Gage Basting recorded a double-double with 11 points and 12 rebounds.
Levi Grubb and Trevor Nicholas led Belle Fourche in scoring with 11 apiece.
Chamberlain (4-1) plays Saint Francis India Jan. 3 in Chamberlain. Belle Fourche (2-4) takes on Lead-Deadwood Jan. 3 in Belle Fourche.
Platte-Geddes 60, Douglas 51
CHAMBERLAIN – Coby Johsnon and Tate Van Zee combined for 36 points to lead Platte-Geddes to a 60-51 win over Douglas at the East/West Classic Saturday.
Johnson scored a team-high 19 points and Van Zee was right behind with 17 for the Black Panthers who shot 21-of-52 from the field.
Douglas was led by Matt Vinson who scored a game-high 21 points.
Platte-Geddes (4-0) plays Corsica/Stickney Jan.3 in Corsica.
Douglas (2-4) takes on Saint Thomas More Jan. 3 in Box Elder.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 74, Hitchcock-Tulare 68
HITCHCOCK — Nick Miller had 28 points and 12 rebounds to help Sanborn Central/Woonsocket past Hitchcock-Tulare Saturday in a boys’ high school basketball game.
SCW’s Todd Stekl had 20 points and Davion Brooks had nine. SCW was 23-of-50 from the field, 24-of-43 from the free-throw line and had 18 turnovers.
Hitchcock-Tulare’s Trent Hofer had 23 points, Landon Gatzke finished with 15 points and Landon Bushong had 14 points.
Hitchcock-Tulare won the rebounding battle 36-27, was 27-of-70 from the field and 6-of-8 from the free-throw line.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (4-0) plays Thursday against Andes Central, while Hitchcock-Tulare is 4-1.
SCW 17 39 59 74
HT 18 35 48 68
Scotland 55, Gayville-Volin 39
SCOTLAND — Garrett Kotalik and Jared Kloucek each scored in double figures to lead Scotland past Gayville-Volin Saturday.
The win was Scotland’s first victory of the season.
Kotalik finished with a game-high 14 points and Kloucek added 13 points. Anthony Walloch had six rebounds and five assists for the Highlanders, who led 35-15 at halftime. Scotland, which also won the JV game, was 25-of-53 from the field and had 29 rebounds to Gayville-Volin’s 23.
Gayville-Volin was led by Ryan Adams, who also had a game-high 14 points.
Scotland (1-4) plays Tripp-Delmont/Armour Friday in Tripp next.
S 23 35 43 55
GV 4 15 29 39
Saint Francis 68, Colome 57
WINNER – Despite a 19-point eight rebound performance from Terrance Kinzer at the Snowball Classic Saturday, the Colome boys’ basketball team fell to Saint Francis 68-57.
Kinzer led the Cowboys in assists with six. Brandon London chipped in with nine rebounds, five assists and five steals.
Colome (2-4) plays Lower Brule in the Rosebud Shootout Jan. 5 in Mission.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 78, Hitchcock-Tulare 40
HITCHCOCK — Marissa Weber’s 18 points and five rebounds led Sanborn Central/Woonsocket to a 78-40 win over Hitchcock-Tulare Sunday in a girls’ high school basketball game.
Myah Selland had 11 points and five rebounds and Rachelle Moore had 11 points and five steals. Rachel Selland had five assists for Sanborn Central/Woonsocket, which was 29-of-52 from the field and 15-of-25 from the free-throw line.
Hitchcock-Tulare’s Taylor Knippling had a team-high 11 points and Molly Koester and Heather Barrie each had 10 points.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (4-0) plays Mount Vernon/Plankinton Saturday in Plankinton in its next game. Hitchcock-Tulare is 1-4.
SCW 23 41 58 78
HT 5 18 27 40
Pine Ridge 79, Winner 65
WINNER — Four players were in double-scoring figures for Winner in a 79-65 loss to Pine Ridge Saturday.
Cassidy Hanson recorded a double-double for the Warriors, finishing with 13 points and 14 rebounds. Katie Mathis had 13 points, Kelsey Bertram had 11 and Tawny Barry had 10. Kennede Mathis added five assists.
Winner was 23-of-61 from the field, 13-of-23 from the foul line and had 17 turnovers.
Pine Ridge was led by Lynette Bettelyoun, who had 25 points. Jolana Sazue had 16 points and Santana White Dress had 12.
Winner (2-4) plays next Thursday at Todd County.
PR 26 41 60 79
W 19 36 52 65
Scotland 80, Gayville-Volin 30
SCOTLAND — Aisha Abbink’s 25 points helped Scotland cruise past Gayville-Volin 80-30 Saturday.
Hannah Mogck finished with 16 points and eight rebounds and Carley Skorepa finished with 10 points and five rebounds.
Scotland was 30-of-56 from the field and had 33 rebounds to Gayville-Volin’s 19.
Gayville-Volin was led by Rachel Haas’ 17 points. Gayville-Volin won the JV game.
Scotland (4-2) plays Centerville Jan. 7 in its next game, played at Mitchell’s Corn Palace.
S 17 38 56 80
GV 8 20 24 30
Lyman 41, Gregory 23
GREGORY — Lyman held Gregory scoreless in the second and third quarters and went on to win 41-23 Saturday.
Lyman’s Randy Gray had 10 points and Cedar Jandreau had nine points and five steals. Lyman was 20-of-57 from the field and was 7-of-15 from the free-throw line.
Gregory’s Breanna Lieber had 19 points. Gregory was outrebounded 34-16
Lyman plays next when it hosts Chamberlain Jan. 8 in Presho, while Gregory (0-5) plays at Winner Saturday.
L 7 27 29 41
G 4 7 7 23
Chamberlain 53, Belle Fourche 36
CHAMBERLAIN — Kennedy Wagner led the Chamberlain girls’ basketball team to a 53-36 victory over Belle Fourche at the East/West Classic Saturday.
Wagner scored a game-high 16 points. Jaymee Knippling added 11 points.
No Belle Fourche players scored in double figures.
Belle Fourche (2-5) takes on Lead-Deadwood Thursday in Belle Fourche. Chamberlain (5-1) plays Crow Creek Jan. 3 in Chamberlain.
Parkston boys' classic results
Wolsey-Wessington 56, Corsica/Stickney 35
PARKSTON - Lorenzo Williams scored 17 points for Wolsey-Wessington in the Warbirds’ 56-35 defeat of Corsica/Stickney in the Parkston Classic Saturday.
Roy Lumpkin and Ryan Sprecher scored 12 points apiece in the win. Alex Babcock led the Warbirds in rebounds with nine. Williams added seven rebounds and four assists. Sprecher totaled five rebounds and Hayden Hooks recorded eight assists.
Adam Bormann led the Jaguars with 14 points and eight rebounds. Eli Van Roeckel added eight points. Lane Thomas rounded out the top three scorers with seven points.
Wolsey-Wessington (5-0) plays at Iroquois Jan. 8, while Corsica/Stickney (3-2) hosts Platte-Geddes Thursday in Corsica.
WW 16 26 43 56
CS 5 16 25 35
Sully Buttes 64, Wessington Springs 36
PARKSTON - Sully Buttes held Wessington Springs to just three points in the second quarter in a 64-36 win Saturday in the Parkston Classic.
Jevon Hohn scored 14 points for Sully Buttes and Zac Paulsen added nine. Sully Buttes is 2-2 this season and plays Highmore-Harrold Thursday in Harrold.
Brayden Wittler led Wessington Springs with 16 points, while Scott Senftner scored 15. Wessington
Springs is 1-4 this season and plays Mount Vernon/Plankinton Friday in Plankinton.
SB 11 32 50 64
WS 12 15 27 36
Miller 38, McCook Central/Montrose 34
PARKSTON - Miller came from behind Saturday to defeat McCook Central/Montrose 38-34 in the Parkston Classic.
Drew Beilke and Lee Sivertsen scored 11 points for Miller, who is 2-1 this season. The Rustlers host Mobridge-Pollock Friday.
McCook Central/Montrose had three players score eight points each in the loss. Billy Kapperman, Will Gottlob and Brandon Reif led the Cougars scoring.
Jake Heumiller led the defense with 10 rebounds and also recorded two assists. Gottlob added nine rebounds for MCM, who is 2-2 this season. The Cougars play Baltic Thursday in the Big East Conference tournament in Flandreau.
M 8 19 26 38
MCM 14 19 28 34
Viborg/Hurley 70, Ethan 53
PARKSTON - Andrew Hora scored a game-high 20 points to lead Viborg/Hurley over Ethan 70-53 in the Parkston Classic Saturday.
Trevor Jacobsen scored 16 points for Viborg/Hurley, while Tyler Gerdes added nine.
Hora led the team in rebounds with nine and Austin Bjerkaas had five. Jack Huether tallied five assists in the win.
Blake Bartscher scored 10 points for the Rustlers. Tyler Myers added six points.
Viborg/Hurley is undefeated this season at 6-0 and plays Gayville-Volin Jan. 10 in Gayville. Ethan is 1-4 this season and plays at Wessington Springs Jan. 7.
VH 23 45 62 70
E 15 28 38 53
Garretson 67, Wagner 52
PARKSTON - Coby Ockengo scored 18 points in Garretson’s 67-52 win over Wagner Saturday in the Parkston Classic.
Brady Mudder added 14 points for Garretson. Connor Blosmo scored 12 points in the win and Jesse Brockhouse scored 10. Garretson (3-2) plays next in Big East Tournament starting Thursday.
Will Hollman led Wagner with 16 points and seven rebounds. Noah St. Pierre scored 13 points and recorded six assists in the loss.
The Red Raiders are 2-1 and host Bon Homme Friday.
G 25 41 57 67
W 9 19 34 52
James Valley Christian 72, Warner 45
PARKSTON - James Valley Christian remains undefeated at 3-0 with a 72-45 win over Warner Saturday in the Parkston Classic.
Adam Hofer and Nathan Wedel each scored 19 points for the Vikings. Alex Waldner added 14 points. Leon Brondsems recorded eight rebounds in the win. Wedel had seven rebounds and four steals. Hofer had five steals for JVC and Andrew Ulvestad tallied four assists.
Derek Tuszka scored 18 points for the Monarchs. Jarrod Tuszka scored 14 points.
JVC hosts Kimball/White lake Friday, While Warner (4-1) hosts Ipswich Thursday.
JVC 15 37 56 72
W 10 23 37 45