Area high school basketball roundup 1/4/13: Freeman tops Huskies 54-49EMERY — Dina Soulek scored 21 points for Freeman as the Flyers defeated Bridgewater-Emery 54-49 in a high school girls’ basketball game Thursday.
EMERY — Dina Soulek scored 21 points for Freeman as the Flyers defeated Bridgewater-Emery 54-49 in a high school girls’ basketball game Thursday.
Nicole Saarie scored 14 points for the Flyers, who shot 16 percent from the field and 72 percent from the free-throw line. Freeman made 11 of its 65 field goal attempts and 31 of its 43 free throws.
Soulek recorded six rebounds of the team’s 34. Freeman recorded 10 turnovers to Bridgewater-Emery’s 18.
Justine Dye scored 16 points and grabbed eight rebounds to lead the Huskies. Tiana Kayser scored 13 points and Aly Hanssen had nine.
Bridgewater-Emery tallied 32 rebounds as a team. The Huskies shot 18-of-49 from the field for 36 percent and 12-of-18 from the free-throw line for 66 percent.
Freeman is 4-2 and hosts Bon Homme Monday, while B-E (4-4) hosts Colman-Egan Saturday in a double header.
F 21 35 42 54
BE 8 24 40 49
Centerville 57, Marion 34
CENTERVILLE — Kieran O’Malley and Carleigh Oster recorded double-doubles in Centerville’s 57-34 victory over Marion Thursday.
O’Malley scored 26 points and recorded 10 rebounds. Carleigh Oster added 12 points and 10 rebounds.
Kylie Hughes led the Bears with 11 points. Katherine Luke and Brianna Davis each scored seven points. Cynda Miller led the team in rebounds with six. Luke recorded five steals and Davis had two assists.
Marion shot 12-of-59 from the field and 6-of-21 from the free-throw line. The team tallied 22 rebounds and nine turnovers.
Centerville is 6-1 and plays at Canistota today. Marion is 1-4 and hosts Dell Rapids St. Mary today.
Centerville won the junior varsity game 53-10.
C 11 28 48 57
M 6 17 26 34
Scotland 50, Avon 39
SCOTLAND — Scotland held Avon to just four points in the final quarter as the Highlanders defeated the Pirates 50-39 Thursday.
Aisha Abbink scored 16 points for Scotland and recorded four rebounds and five assists. Kennidy Asche scored 15 points and had three rebounds and two blocks.
The Highlanders shot 16-of-39 from the field. Scotland recorded 24 rebounds and eight turnovers.
Ariana Oorlog was the high scorer for Avon with 16 points. Chesney Nagel added 15 points and had three rebounds and three steals.
Avon shot 17-of-54 from the field. The Pirates recorded 22 team rebounds and eight turnovers.
Scotland (5-2) plays Centerville Monday, while Avon (3-3) plays Mount Vernon/Plankinton Monday. Both games will be at the Corn Palace in Mitchell.
S 14 24 38 50
A 14 28 35 39
Chamberlain 67, Crow Creek 53
CHAMBERLAIN — Chamberlain improved to 6-1 with 67-53 win over Crow Creek Thursday.
Kennedy Wagner and Abbey Handel led the Cubs’ offense with 18 points apiece. Jaymee Knippling added nine points. Chamberlain shot 17-of-48 from the field and 30-of-41 from the free-throw line.
Logan Pickner had 12 of Chamberlain’s 34 rebounds. Knippling recorded 10 rebounds. Alex Pederson and Moriah Glaus had four steals each. The Cubs recorded 22 turnovers in the win.
Chamberlain hosts Cheyenne-Eagle Butte Monday, while Crow Creek (3-4) hosts McLaughlin today.
Chamberlain also won the junior varsity game.
C 17 36 54 67
CC 23 30 36 53
Platte-Geddes 60, Lennox 49
PLATTE — Platte-Geddes had three players score in double figures to defeat Lennox 60-49 Thursday.
Josie DeGroot led the Panthers with 20 points and nine rebounds. Kelly Knudson had 14 points, eight rebounds and eight assists. Brianna Erickson added 12 points and Mackenzie Millar scored eight. Heidi Ringling tallied seven rebounds.
Platte-Geddes went 22-of-55 from the field for 40 percent and 14-of-26 from the free-throw line for 54 percent.
Platte-Geddes is 5-1 and hosts Harrisburg Saturday in Platte. Lennox is 3-3 and hosts Dell Rapids Monday.
PG 25 33 42 60
L 4 19 33 49
Wessington Springs 53,
Mount Vernon/Plankinton 33
WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Shyanne Kopfmann and Devin Tebay recorded double-doubles to lead Wessington Springs over Mount Vernon/Plankinton 53-33 Thursday.
Kopfmann scored 16 points and pulled down 13 rebounds. Tebay had 10 points and 10 rebounds. Sheyanne Brodkorb scored 14 points and recorded four assists. Cassidy Musick added 11 points.
The Spartans shot 21-of-54 from the field and 10-of-20 from the free-throw line. The team tallied 50 rebounds to Mount Vernon/Plankinton’s 36 and 17 turnovers to MVP’s 19.
Megan Bultsma had 11 points and nine rebounds for the Titans, who shot 16-of-of 42 from the field and 3-of-6 from the free-throw line.
Wessington Springs is 3-4 and hosts Ethan Monday, while MVP is 0-7 and hosts Sanborn Central/Woonsocket Saturday in Plankinton.
MVP won the junior varsity game 48-8.
WS 11 23 35 53
MVP 11 23 31 33
Andes Central 35, South Central 33
LAKE ANDES — Kellie Winckler scored 18 points to lead Andes Central over South Central 35-33 Thursday.
Krista Winckler scored nine points for the Eagles, who shot 13-of-39 from the field. Andes Central made 9 free throws of 25 attempts.
Kellie Winckler led the team in rebounds with eight, while Krista Winckler added seven and Jo Marie Garcia added five. Krista Winckler had three assists and Kellie Winckler recorded five steals.
The Eagles, who are 4-1 this season, recorded 25 team rebounds and 10 turnovers.
Whitney Hutchinson was South Central’s top scorer with 16 points. Ashley Green added eight points and had seven rebounds. Hutchinson recorded five rebounds. Chloe Kenzy tallied four assists and six steals.
The Cougars shot 16-of-46 from the floor and 2-of-9 from the free-throw line. South Central, who is 5-3 this season, totaled 26 team rebounds and 15 turnovers.
Andes Central hosts Platte-Geddes Thursday, while South Central plays at Bon Homme Tuesday in Tyndall.
AC 8 15 29 35
SC 12 18 26 33
Bon Homme 55, Wagner 53
TYNDALL — Karlee Kozak scored a game-high 24 points to lead Bon Homme over Wagner 55-53 Thursday.
Kelsey Sutera scored 12 points for the Cavaliers and Jody Kriz added 11. Bon Homme made 22 of its 49 field goal attempts and shot 9-of-11 from the free-throw line.
Megan Schmidt recorded six of Bon Homme’s 23 team rebounds. Sutera added four rebounds and had four steals. Kriz had three steals. The Cavaliers turned the ball over 15 times.
Ali Kuca led Wagner with 17 points and seven rebounds. Gina Soukup recorded five rebounds. Nicole Weber had five rebounds and six assists. Delaynie Dickerson tallied four steals.
Wagner shot 18-of-52 from the field and 11-of-19 from the free-throw line. The Raiders totaled 26 team rebounds and turned the ball over 19 times.
Bon Homme (3-5) plays at Freeman Monday, while Wagner (4-4) hosts Corsica/Stickney Saturday. Wagner won the junior varsity game 49-24.
BH 16 30 43 55
W 10 25 41 53
Kimball/White Lake 47, Miller 36
KIMBALL — Maria Nightingale recorded a double-double to help lead Kimball/White Lake over Miller 47-36 in a high school girls’ basketball game Thursday in Kimball.
Nightingale had game-high 20 points and brought down 11 rebounds. Jazmyn Hinker had 11 points and seven steals and Hailey Mohnen had seven assists in the win. The WiLdKats shot 17-of-25 from the free-throw line.
Miller’s Jamie Mentzer had 17 points and eight steals. Janson Hutner chipped in with 10 points and 11 rebounds in the loss. The Rustlers were 5-of-12 from the free-throw line.
KWL (6-2) plays at Woonsocket Tuesday, while Miller (1-3) hosts Mobridge-Pollock today.
KWL 12 19 28 47
M 8 15 24 36
Winner 55, Todd County 51
MISSION — Winner defeated Todd County 55-51 Thursday.
No stats were reported for this game.
Winner (3-4) hosts Gregory Saturday, while Todd County (5-3) plays at White River Tuesday.
White River 78, Marty Indian 41
WHITE RIVER — White River defeated Marty Indian 78-41 Thursday.
No stats were reported for this game.
White River (3-4) hosts Todd County Tuesday, while Marty Indian (2-2) plays at Omaha Nation, Neb., today.
Wolsey-Wessington, James Valley Christian
WOLSEY — No stats were reported for this game.
Wolsey-Wessington plays Highmore-Harrold Monday in Highmore. James Valley Christian hosts Sully Buttes Saturday.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 62,
Andes Central 48
WOONSOCKET — Nick Miller scored 18 points in Sanborn Central/Woonsocket’s 62-48 win over Andes Central Thursday.
Tyler Krueger scored 15 points for the Blackhawks and Davion Brooks added 13. SCW shot 25-of-60 from the field and 6-of-12 from the free-throw line.
Miller grabbed eight of the team’s 31 rebounds and Brooks pulled down another five. SCW recorded 11 turnovers in the game to Andes Central’s 16.
SCW remains undefeated with the win for an overall record of 5-0. The Blackhawks play Mount Vernon/Plankinton Saturday.
Gabe Cournoyer and Zach Cournoyer led the Eagles’ scoring with 11 points apiece. Aaron Swanson added 10 points. Lake Andes made six free throws on 10 chances at the line and shot 16-of-47 from the field.
Andes Central, which is 2-3 with the loss, recorded 20 turnovers in the game. The Eagles play at Gregory Monday.
SCW 7 22 45 62
AC 9 23 37 48
Platte-Geddes 60, Corsica/Stickney 56
CORSICA — Matthew Randall scored 20 points to lead Platte-Geddes over Corsica/Stickney 60-56 Thursday.
Coby Johnson added 15 points for Platte-Geddes. The Panthers shot 20-of-45 from the field for 44 percent and 12-of-14 from the free-throw line for 86 percent.
Tate Van Zee had five assists for the Panthers. Platte-Geddes recorded 36 team rebounds and nine turnovers.
Platte-Geddes remains undefeated at 6-0 and plays at Harrisburg Saturday.
Adam Bormann led Corsica/Stickney with 18 points. Austin Tilton scored 17 points. The Jaguars shot 20-of-44 from the field for 46 percent and 5-of-7 from the line for 71 percent.
Lane Thomas had four assists in the win. Bormann, Michael Odens and Walker Baan Hofman had three assists each. The Jaguars totaled 22 rebounds and 11 turnovers. Corsica/Stickney is 3-3 and plays at Wagner Saturday.
PG 22 39 49 60
CS 20 40 49 56
Chamberlain 78, St. Francis Indian 71
ST. FRANCIS — Five players scored in double digits for Chamberlain as the Cubs defeated St. Francis Indian 78-71 Thursday.
Skyler Bertram led the Cubs with 17 points. Gage Basting added 14 points and Blaine Schroyer had 13 points. Dalton Andera scored 12 points. Reuben Estes recorded 10 points and eight rebounds.
Chamberlain is 5-1 and hosts Cheyenne-Eagle Butte Monday. St. Francis Indian is 7-2 and plays Todd County Saturday in Mission.
C 17 31 54 78
SF 13 35 47 71
South Central 53, Dakota Christian 51
BURKE — South Central improved to 5-1 with a 53-51 win over Dakota Christian Thursday.
Sam Hazen scored 16 points for South Central, while. Dakota Votaw had 13 points. The Cougars shot 22-of-41 from the floor and 5-of-12 from the free-throw line.
South Central totaled 23 rebounds, with Sam Hazen grabbing six and Tyler Frank getting five. Garrett Bruns had five of 17 team assists. The Cougars recorded 14 turnovers.
Darren Fallis led the Cadets with 15 points. Zach Van Zee added 11 points. Dakota Christian made 21 field goals on 48 attempts and went 4-of-8 from the line.
Jake Spoelstra pulled down five of the team’s 25 rebounds. The 1-5 Cadets recorded 13 turnovers.
South Central plays Pine Ridge Saturday in Mission. Dakota Christian plays at Avon today.
SC 19 27 44 53
DC 4 20 42 51
Gregory 50, Lower Brule 41
GREGORY — Gregory picked up a win with a 50-41 defeat of Lower Brule Thursday.
Mitchel Klundt scored 13 points for the Gorillas. Jaden Bartling scored 10 points. Gavin Thomas and Andrew Taggart had nine rebounds apiece.
Gregory shot 19-of-50 from the field and 8-of-26 from the free-throw line. Gregory recorded 31 team rebounds and 21 turnovers.
Gregory is 2-2 and plays at Winner Saturday. Lower Brule is 2-6 and plays in the Rosebud Shoot Out Saturday in Mission.
G 8 18 31 50
LB 4 11 21 41
Centerville 73, Marion 32
MARION — Centerville held Marion to a scoreless first quarter in a 73-32 Centerville victory Thursday.
Jacob Wuertz scored 15 points and recorded nine rebounds to lead the Bears. Joey Pessia scored 11 points. Lincoln Langerock recorded two steals.
Marion shot 11-of-39 from the field and 9-of-17 from the free-throw line. The Bears recorded 26 total rebounds and 26 turnovers.
Centerville is undefeated at 5-0 and plays at Chester Tuesday. Marion is 0-4 and hosts Dell Rapids St. Mary’s today.
C 14 33 51 73
M 0 7 17 32
McCook Central/Montrose 55, Baltic 40
FLANDREAU — No stats were reported for this game.
MCM is 4-2, while Baltic is 2-4. Both teams play in the Big East Tournament today in Flandreau.
Sioux Valley 66, Howard 36
HOWARD — The Howard boys’ basketball team was defeated 66-36 by Sioux Valley in the first round of the Big East Tournament Thursday in Howard.
Howard’s Andrew Schwader had nine points. Steve Larsen brought down eight rebounds. The Tigers were 14-of-47 from the field and 6-of-15 from the free-throw line.
Spencer Hanson and Tayt Vincent each had 10 points. Hanson had eight rebounds. The Cossacks were 29-of-60 from the field and 5-of-7 from the free-throw line.
Howard (1-5) plays Parker in the second round of the Big East Tournament today, while Sioux Valley (5-2) plays Garretson in a the semifinal game today in Howard.
SV 17 31 46 66
H 8 14 25 36
Garretson 43, Parker 35
HOWARD — The Garretson boys’ basketball team defeated Parker 43-35 in the first round of the Big East Tournament Thursday in Howard.
Parker’s Jake Anderson scored 16 points. The Pheasants shot 14-of-35 from the field and 4-of-9 from the free-throw line.
Garretson’s Jesse Brockhouse, Coby Ockenga and Brady Mudder each had seven points. Mudder had a game-high 12 rebounds.
Parker (4-3) plays Howard in the second round of the tournament today, while Garretson (4-2) plays Sioux Valley in the semifinal round today.
G 7 17 25 43
P 14 23 26 35
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