Area high school basketball roundup 1/9/13: South Central tops Wagner in 2OTsBURKE — Sam Hazen recorded a double-double in South Central’s 56-53 double overtime win over Wagner in high school boys’ basketball Tuesday.
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BURKE — Sam Hazen recorded a double-double in South Central’s 56-53 double overtime win over Wagner in high school boys’ basketball Tuesday.
Sam Hazen scored 20 points and pulled down 10 rebounds for the Cougars. Tyler Frank scored 17 points, and Josh Tuttle had eight assists.
South Central shot 23-of-42 from the field and 8-of-19 from the free-throw line. The Cougars had 30 team rebounds and eight turnovers. South Central is 7-1 and plays at Gregory Friday.
Wagner was led by Will Hollmann with 14 points. Dylan Brunsing scored 13
points and Noah St. Pierre added 12 points.
Wagner shot 32-of-46 from the field and 6-of-11 from the free-throw line.
Wagner is 3-4 and plays at O’Neill, Neb., Tuesday.
Wagner won the junior varsity game 31-28.
SC 8 20 33 47 51 56
W 13 25 39 47 51 53
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 60,
Kimball/White Lake 53
WOONSOCKET — Davion Brooks scored 22 points to lead Sanborn Central/Woonsocket over Kimball/White Lake 60-53 Tuesday.
Todd Stekl added 16 points for the Blackhawks, who remain undefeated this season at 7-0. SCW shot 23-of-45 from the field and 9-of-18 from the free-throw line.
Nick Miller led the defensive effort with 11 rebounds, while Brooks added 10. Miller also had eight assists in the win. SCW recorded 32 rebounds. The Blackhawks turned the ball over 13 times.
Jacob Kirsch was the scoring leader for Kimball/White Lake with 15 points. Jesse Taylor and Trevor Reinesch added 12 points apiece. The WiLdKats, who are 5-2 with the loss, shot 20-of-58 from the field and 9-of-15 from the free-throw line.
Kirsch was also the team’s rebounding leader with seven of a total 25. Taylor and Reinesch each grabbed five rebounds. Kirsch also recorded seven assists and six steals. KWL committed 20 turnovers.
SCW hosts James Valley Christian Thursday in Forestburg. KWL hosts Corsica/Stickney Friday in White Lake.
SCW 14 37 41 60
KWL 11 30 40 53
De Smet 51, Howard 43
DE SMET — Brad Penney scored 17 points to lead De Smet over Howard 51-43 in a high school boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
Cole Potter led the Tigers with 16 points. Landon Laible added 10 points in the win. Howard shot 15-of-44 from the field and 9-of-15 from the free-throw line.
Steve Larsen grabbed eight of the Tigers’ 30 team rebounds. Cal Wiese recorded six assists in the loss. Howard recorded 18 turnovers to De Smet’s 11.
The Tigers are 2-7 this season and host Hanson Tuesday.
DS 11 25 36 51
H 18 30 38 43
Freeman 79, Parkston 70
FREEMAN — Shaun Becker scored 19 points to lead Freeman as the Flyers defeated Parkston 79-70 in a high school boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
Jordan Rinehart and Cole Paulsen scored 17 points apiece for the Flyers. Rinehart tallied five assists and five steals. Becker recorded four assists and four blocks. Caleb Lang led the Flyers’ defense with 11 rebounds.
Freeman shot 27-of-51 from the field and made 20 free throws on 30 attempts. The team tallied 31 team rebounds and 14 turnovers.
Parkston was led by Spencer Lucas, who had 20 points in the win. Zach Scott added 15 points and had four assists. Tanner Weber recorded nine rebounds for the Trojans. Kyle Hohn had five assists and three steals.
Parkston shot 26-of-53 from the field and 10-of-17 from the free-throw line. The Trojans, who won the junior varsity game 48-19, had a team total 27 rebounds. Parkston turned the ball over 13 times.
Freeman is 3-2 and hosts Marion Friday, while Parkston is 4-4 and hosts Wagner Thursday.
F 16 37 53 79
P 13 28 43 70
James Valley Christian 81,
Mount Vernon/Plankinton 55
HURON — Nathan Wedel scored 33 points for James Valley Christian as the Vikings defeated Mount Vernon/Plankinton 81-55 in a high school boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
Deric Denning scored 22 points for the Titans. Kellam Karst added 10 points and had seven rebounds. Denning and Karst each recorded four assists. MVP tallied 21 team rebounds and committed 23 turnovers.
JVC is 5-0 and plays Sanborn Central/Woonsocket Thursday in Forestburg. MVP is 5-4 and hosts Hanson Friday in Mount Vernon.
JVC 19 35 54 81
MVP 14 27 43 55
PLATTE — Platte-Geddes improved to 6-1 with a 54-30 win over Tripp-Delmont/Armour in a high school boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
Coby Johnson scored 12 points for the Black Panthers. Hunter Johnson had eight points and 10 rebounds. Tate Van Zee scored eight points.
Platte-Geddes shot 22-of-49 from the field and 5-of-11 from the line. The team totaled 35 rebounds and recorded nine turnovers. Platte-Geddes is 6-1 and plays Saturday at the Schoolers Classic in Sioux Falls vs. Dakota Valley.
Trevor Payer recorded a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds. Gunnar Dally added eight points.
The Nighthawks shot 12-of-35 from the field and 4-of-15 from the free-throw line. TDA tallied 23 team rebounds and 13 turnovers. TDA is 3-4 and plays at Dakota Christian Saturday in New Holland.
TDA won the junior varsity game.
PG 12 24 42 54
TDA 4 8 20 30
Ethan 68, Bridgewater-Emery 45
ETHAN — Tyler Myers scored 13 points to lead Ethan over Bridgewater-Emery 68-45 in a high school boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
Blake Bartscher, Jace Connor and Colton Bierle each scored 12 points for the Rustlers. Connor, Bartscher and Anthony Huber each pulled down six rebounds. Bartscher had eight assists.
Ethan shot 30-of-51 from the field and 5-of-7 from the free-throw line. The Rustlers tallied 30 team rebounds and committed 15 turnovers. Ethan is 2-4 and hosts Canistota Friday.
Bridgewater-Emery was led by Clayton Dye with a game-high 19 points. Terry Weber added 15 points. Dye had eight rebounds.
BE, which won the junior varsity game, shot 20-of-53 from the field and 5-of-10 from the free-throw line. The Huskies had 16 team rebounds and 13 turnovers. BE is 2-5 and hosts Menno Friday in Bridgewater.
E 17 36 51 68
BE 8 22 39 45
Canistota 92, Gayville-Volin 22
CANISTOTA — The Canistota boys’ basketball team improved to 7-0 after defeating Gayville-Volin 92-22.
The Hawks were led by a trio of double digit scorers. Alex Robertson and Jason Van Winkle each finished with 13 points, while Tyler Decker added 10.
Led by Decker, who grabbed seven rebounds, Canistota outrebounded Gayville-Volin 33-22.
Canistota plays at Ethan Friday, while Gayville-Volin hosts Viborg-Hurley Thursday in Gayville.
C 36 58 73 92
GV 2 7 11 22
Marion 48, Freeman Academy 47
MARION — Nick Gortmaker scored 25 points for Marion as the Bears defeated Freeman Academy 48-47 in a high school boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
Jacob Wuertz added 17 points for the Bears, who shot 17-of-44 from the field. Marion made 16 free throws for 33 attempts from the line.
Wuertz recorded eight rebounds of the team’s 27 total. Gortmaker recorded six rebounds, three assists and seven steals. Marion turned the ball over 13 times.
Josh Stahl led Freeman Academy with 19 points. Noah Yoder added 14 points and had three steals. The Bobcats went 18-of-58 from the field and 8-of-13 from the free-throw line.
Gabriel Eisenbeis recorded 13 rebounds and Ben Carlson tallied six. The Bobcats totaled 32 team rebounds and committed 18 turnovers.
Marion is 1-5 and plays at Freeman Friday, while Freeman Academy is 1-7 and plays at the Tri-Valley Classic Saturday.
M 10 25 41 48
FA 6 20 27 47
Vermillion 90, Bon Homme 63
VERMILLION — Bon Homme fell to Vermillion 90-63 in a high school boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
No stats were available for this game.
Valentine (Neb.) 52, Winner 49
VALENTINE, Neb. — The Winner boys’ basketball team fell to Valentine, Neb., 52-49 Tuesday.
No stats were reported for this game.
Chamberlain 51, Lyman 24
PRESHO — Kennedy Wagner scored 13 points in Chamberlain’s 51-24 win over Lyman Tuesday in a high school girls’ basketball game.
Corrina Reuer added nine points for the Cubs. Abbey Handel and Jayme Knippling each scored eight points in the win.
Chamberlain, which won the junior varsity game 27-23, made nine free throws on 15 attempts. The Cubs are 7-1 and play Todd County Thursday in Mission.
Ryan Gray and Haley Halverson led the Raiders with six points and rebounds each. Anna Flitner recorded three blocks.
Lyman shot 12-of-17 from the free-throw line. The Raiders are 3-6 and play in the Southern Plains Tournament starting Jan. 17 in Burke.
C 9 21 40 51
L 3 9 16 24
Ethan 51, Bridgewater-Emery 34
ETHAN — Darbi Gustafson recorded a double-double in Ethan’s 51-34 win over Bridgewater-Emery Tuesday in a high school girls’ basketball game.
Gustafson scored 13 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. Whitney Endres scored 15 points for the Rustlers. Rachel Hawkins had four assists.
Bridgewater-Emery was led by Justine Dye, who had 11 points. McKenzie Schultz tallied five rebounds.
Ethan shot 20-of-36 from the field and 9-of-18 from the free-throw line. The Rustlers had 23 team rebounds and 20 turnovers. Ethan is 5-2 and hosts Menno Monday.
BE shot 14-of-34 from the field and 4-of-9 from the free-throw line. The Huskies had 21 rebounds and 24 turnovers. Bridgewater-Emery plays at Menno Thursday.
Ethan won the “B” game with a score of 28-21.
E 12 25 36 51
BE 11 20 27 34
McCook Central/Montrose 40
SALEM — Hanson remains undefeated this season after a 46-40 win over McCook Central/Montrose in a high school girls’ basketball game Tuesday.
Kendra Cheeseman had 12 points and six assists for the Beavers. Lindsi Dey added nine points, five rebounds and two steals.
Jean Skoglund led the Cougars with 12 points, four rebounds, four assists and four steals. Rachel Bartscher had eight points and four rebounds in the loss.
Hanson shot 55 percent from field and 79 percent from the free-throw line. MCM shot 44 percent from the field and 57 percent from free-throw line.
Hanson recorded 15 rebounds, while McCook Central/Montrose tallied 16 rebounds. Hanson had 13 turnovers to MCM’s 18.
Hanson (9-0) hosts Parker Thursday, while MCM (4-2) hosts Sioux Valley Thursday in Salem. Hanson won the junior varsity game.
H 14 26 35 46
MCM 11 21 29 40
Bon Homme 44, South Central 40
TYNDALL — Ashley Green recorded a double-double for South Central, but the Cougars fell to Bon Homme 44-40 in a high school girls’ basketball game Tuesday.
Karlee Kozak was the team scoring leader for Bon Homme with 19 points. The Cavaliers shot 17-of-44 from the field and went 6-for-10 from the free-throw line.
Emily Pechous led Bon Homme’s defense with six rebounds. Kozak and Jody Kriz each recorded four steals. The team totaled 25 rebounds and committed 17 turnovers.
Green scored 23 points and pulled down 17 rebounds for South Central in the loss. Chloe Kenzy added 10 points for the Cougars. Whitney Hutchinson grabbed six rebounds, and Schae Hanson tallied six assists.
South Central shot 19-of-52 from the field and 2-of-4 from the free-throw line. The Cougars totaled 31 team rebounds and committed 20 turnovers.
Bon Homme is 5-5 with the win and plays Mount Vernon/Plankinton Thursday in Mount Vernon. South Central is 5-4 and hosts Platte-Geddes Tuesday in Burke.
Bon Homme also won the junior varsity game 36-22.
BH 14 22 35 44
SC 13 26 32 40
Wagner 75, Gregory 29
WAGNER — Four players scored in double digits for Wagner in a 75-29 win over Gregory Tuesday in a high school girls’ basketball game.
Nicole Weber led the Red Raiders with 14 points. Gina Soukup and Alexis Medicine Horn each scored 13 points. Emily Brunsing scored 10 points for Wagner, which went 32-of-55 from the field for 58 percent and 11-of-15 from the free-throw line for 73 percent. Soukup recorded five assists and five steals in the win.
Medicine Horn pulled down seven rebounds for Wagner, while Weber added six. The team totaled 29 rebounds in the win and committed 17 turnovers. Wagner is 6-4 this season and plays at Parkston Thursday.
Sierra Thomas led the Gorillas’ scoring with 10 points. Briana Leber scored eight points and had a team-high seven rebounds. Courtney Opbroek tallied six rebounds.
Gregory shot 11-of-43 from the field for 26 percent and made six free throws on 18 attempts for 33 percent. The Gorillas recorded 23 rebounds and 23 turnovers. Gregory is 0-7 this season and plays at Chamberlain Tuesday.
W 18 33 55 75
G 3 9 20 29
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 59,
Kimball/White Lake 45
WOONSOCKET — Sanborn Central/Woonsocket remained undefeated after defeating Kimball/White Lake 59-45.
Shelby Selland scored a game-high 20 points, Myah Selland finished with 15 and Rachelle Moore added 10.
SCW shot 26-of-56 from the field, 5-of-9 from the foul line and had 21 turnovers.
Kimball/White Lake had two scorers reach double figures in scoring. Haley Mohnen and Maria Nightingale each had a team-high 11 points for the WiLdKats, who shot 14-of-51 from the field.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (6-0) plays Iroquois in the Conference 281 tournament Friday in Wolsey, while KWL (5-3) plays Corsica/Stickney Thursday in Stickney.
SCW 20 38 51 59
KWL 11 17 31 45
Canistota 46, Gayville-Volin 30
CANISTOTA — Canistota picked up its second win of the season with a 46-30 win over Gayville-Volin in a high school girls’ basketball game Tuesday.
Jenny Hofer was the leading scorer for Canistota with 11 points. Natasha Letcher and Chloe Nielsen each added eight points. Canistota shot 19-of-38 from the field and 7-of-13 from the free-throw line.
Nielsen led the defensive effort with 11 rebounds. Hofer added nine of the team’s 35 rebounds. The Bears committed 29 turnovers.
Canistota is 2-7 and hosts Howard Thursday, while Gayville-Volin (2-6) hosts Viborg-Hurley Thursday in Gayville.
C 27 27 35 46
GV 14 14 24 30
Marion 45, Freeman Academy 34
MARION — Kylie Hughes scored a game-high 23 points to lead Marion over Freeman Academy 45-34 in a high school girls’ basketball game Tuesday.
Katherine Luke, Erica Schoenwald, Cynda Miller and Katelyn Engerlecht each recorded four rebounds in the win. The Bears totaled 26 team rebounds.
Marion shot 21-of-52 from the field and 2-of-6 from the free-throw line. The team turned the ball over 15 times. Marion is 2-6 and hosts Freeman Thursday.
Hannah Yoder led Freeman Academy with 15 pionts. Bethany Wollman added seven points and had five rebounds. Clara Koerner led the team in rebounding with 12. The Bears totaled 29 team rebounds.
Freeman Academy shot 11-of-35 from the field and 12-of-19 from the free-throw line. The Bobcats, who are 1-6 this season, committed 36 turnovers. Freeman Academy hosts Dakota Christian Friday.
M 15 27 35 45
FA 3 10 21 34
De Smet 75, Howard 41
DE SMET — De Smet defeated Howard 75-41 in a high school girls’ basketball game Tuesday night.
No stats were reported for this game.
De Smet (10-0) plays Highmore-Harrold at the Corn Palace in Mitchell Saturday. Howard (1-6) plays at Canistota Thursday.
James Valley Christian 47,
Mount Vernon/Plankinton 44
HURON — Mount Vernon/Plankinton fell to James Valley Christian 47-44 in a high school girls’ basketball game Tuesday.
No stats were reported for this game.
Jones County 52, Colome 44
MURDO — Jones County defeated Colome 52-44 in a high school girls’ basketball game Tuesday.
No stats were reported for this game.
Valentine (Neb.) 65, Winner 55
VALENTINE, Neb. — The Winner girls’ basketball team fell to Valentine, Neb., 65-55 Tuesday.
No stats were reported for this game.
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