Area high school basketball roundup 1/16/13: Howard boys hand Hanson first lossHOWARD — Howard handed Hanson its first loss of the year Tuesday, knocking off the Beavers 57-46.
HOWARD — Howard handed Hanson its first loss of the year Tuesday, knocking off the Beavers 57-46.
Howard’s Landon Laible had 18 points and seven rebounds and Cole Potter had 13 points and 12 rebounds.
Howard was 22-of-45 from the field, 8-of-20 from the foul line and had nine turnovers.
Hanson’s Jordan Marquardt had 19 points and Matt Huber added 10 points for the Beavers.
The Beavers were 0-of-1 in the game from the foul line and had 11 turnovers. Hanson won the JV game 34-26.
Howard (3-7) hosts Bridgewater-Emery Thursday, while Hanson is 8-1 on the year.
Ho 8 28 40 57
Ha 12 28 35 49
Bon Homme 56,
TYNDALL — Bon Homme held on to its halftime lead and edged Tripp-Delmont/Armour 56-53 Tuesday.
Bon Homme’s Kodi Larson had 13 points, Jon Barrett had 11 points and Scott Van Winkle added eight points.
In the win, the Cavaliers were 19-of-47 from the field, 13-of-17 from the foul line and had 11 turnovers. Bon Homme also won the JV game.
TDA’s Shane Koster had a game-high 18 points, Trevor Payer added 16 point and Austin Barlow finished with nine.
BH 15 31 38 56
TDA 15 24 33 53
Canistota 79, Freeman Academy 33
CANISTOTA — Canistota’s Jason Van Winkle had 23 points and 12 rebounds in a 79-33 win over Freeman Academy Tuesday.
Canistota’s Alex Robertson had 21 points, six steals and five assists and Cody Bunger added seven rebounds.
The Hawks were 48 percent from the field, 33 percent from the free-throw line and had 10 turnovers. Canistota also won the JV game.
Freeman Academy’s Noah Yoder had 16 points to lead the team. FA had 21 turnovers, shot 28 percent from the field and 50 percent from the foul line.
Canistota (9-0) hosts Hanson Thursday, while Freeman Academy is 1-9 and plays at Baltic Thursday.
C 24 43 63 79
FA 4 12 28 33
Bridgewater-Emery 44, Marion 37
MARION — Clayton Dye finished with 30 points and 13 rebounds to lead Bridgewater-Emery over Marion 44-37 Tuesday.
Jacob Schweitzer added seven points and seven assists for the Huskies, who shot 17-of-40 from the field and were 9-of-15 from the free-throw line.
Marion’s Nick Gortmaker had 16 points.
Marion was 16-of-44 from the field and 4-of-12 from the free-throw line.
BE 2 16 33 44
M 12 18 28 37
Wessington Springs 29
HURON — Wessington Springs’ Braden Jones had nine points in a 48-29 loss to Highmore-Harrold in the Conference 281 tournament Tuesday.
Trenity Kenobbie had five assists for the Spartans, who were 12-of-44 from the field and had 21 rebounds to HH’s 33.
HH was led by Jordan Houdek’s 14 points and Hadley Hamlin added 13 points.
James Valley Christian 67, Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 48
HURON— Adam Hofer had a game-high 38 points to lead James Valley Christian past Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 67-48 in the Conference 281 tournament Tuesday.
SCW’s Nick Miller had 14 points and 10 rebounds and Davion Brooks had 12 points.
SCW was 16-of-53 from the field and won the rebounding battle 26-25.
Chamberlain 52, Gregory 33
CHAMBERLAIN — Skyler Bertram had 22 points in Chamberlain’s 52-33 victory over Gregory in a high school boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
Gage Basting recorded nine points and eight rebounds. The Cubs were 16-of-44 from the field,16-of-22 from the line and had 14 turnovers.
Gregory was led by Jaden Bartling with 14 points. The Gorillas were 11-of-43 from the field and 8-of-11 from the line and 21 turnovers.
Chamberlain, which won the JV game 38-35, improved to 8-2 and hosts Mount Vernon/Plankinton Friday. Gregory (4-4) plays Kimball/White Lake Friday.
C 8 21 35 52
G 11 19 26 33
Centerville 83, Menno 42
MENNO — Kieran O’Malley had 27 points and six rebounds to lead Centerville past Menno 83-42 Tuesday.
Menno’s Abby Herrboldt had a team-high 16 points and Kylee Kessler had eight points. Kaylee Kessler had five rebounds.
Menno was 13-of-46 from the field, 13-of-22 from the foul line and had 22 turnovers.
Menno plays at Freeman Friday.
C 25 46 70 83
M 4 14 31 42
Platte-Geddes 55, South Central 51
BURKE — Platte-Geddes’ Kelly Knudson had 19 points and Josie DeGroot added 10 points in a 55-51 win over South Central Tuesday.
The Black Panthers were 21-of-49 from the field, 5-of-6 from the free-throw line and had 10 turnovers.
South Central’s Sierre Votaw had 12 points and 11 rebounds and Ashley Green finished with 11 points. Whitney Hutchison added 10 points. South Central won the JV game.
South Central was 22-of-48 from the field, 4-of-6 from the line and had 25 turnovers.
PG 20 31 44 55
SC 10 26 38 51
Winner 60, Bennett County 45
WINNER — Bennett County led after the first quarter, but Winner won the game 60-45 Tuesday night.
Kelsey Bertram had a team-high 15 points and added five rebounds, Cassidy Hanson had 11 points and eight rebounds and Kennede Mathis had 10 points.
Winner was 21-of-61 from the field and 16-of-25 from the foul line.
Bennett County’s Tania Risse and Taylor Kratovil each had 16 points.
Winner is 5-5 and plays at Bon Homme Friday.
W 11 36 47 60
BC 13 25 35 45
Chamberlain 72, Gregory 32
CHAMBERLAIN — Chamberlain’s Corrina Reuer scored 18 points to help lead the Cubs over Gregory 72-32 Tuesday.
Kennedy Wagner scored 13 points, and Jaymee Knippling brought down a team-high five rebounds for the Cubs, who were 5-of-9 from the field and 5-of-9 from the free-throw line.
Gregory was led by Briana Leber with 18 points. The Gorillas were 12-of-17 from the line.
Chamberlain (9-1) plays at Miller Thursday, while Gregory (0-8) plays in its conference tournament Thursday in Burke.
C 21 43 62 72
G 5 14 21 32
Baltic 45, McCook Central/Montrose 35
SALEM — The McCook Central/Montrose girls’ basketball team lost to Baltic 45-35 Tuesday.
The Fighting Cougars were led by Brainna Painter, who scored 14 points.
McCook Central/Montrose (4-5) won the JV game and plays at Flandreau Friday.
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