Area high school basketball roundup 1/25/13: Winner's Hanson scores 20 in winWINNER — Winner led 23-6 after the first quarter en route to a 74-33 win over Stanley County Thursday in girls’ high school basketball action.
WINNER — Winner led 23-6 after the first quarter en route to a 74-33 win over Stanley County Thursday in girls’ high school basketball action.
Cassidy Hanson had 20 points, eight rebounds, four assists and three steals for Winner, which shot 9-of-14 from the foul line.
Katie Mathis had 12 points and five assists and Kelsey Bertram had 11 points, five rebounds and four assists.
Stanley County’s Cody Ryckman had 13 points and the team was 9-of-39 from the field.
Winner is 8-5 and plays at St. Thomas More Saturday.
W 23 40 58 74
SC 6 21 29 33
Wagner 61, Scotland 45
WAGNER — Ali Kuca had a double-double to help Wagner beat Scotland 61-45 Thursday night.
Kuca had 14 points and a team-high 11 rebounds for the Red Raiders, who are now 11-4 on the season. Gina Soukup had 20 points and Nicole Weber had 15 points and seven assists.
Wagner was 24-of-47 from the field, 7-of-12 from the free-throw line and had nine turnovers.
Scotland’s Carley Skorepa had 21 points and Kennidy Asche had 10 points and nine rebounds.
Scotland was 17-of-37 from the field, 10-of-20 from the foul line and had 16 turnovers.
Wagner’s next game is Thursday when it plays Lake Andes, while Scotland (9-4) plays West Sioux, Iowa, next.
W 16 31 43 61
S 5 19 36 45
West Boyd, Neb. 42, South Central 21
BONESTEEL — West Boyd, Neb., defeated South Central 42-21 Thursday night.
South Central’s Ashley Green had a team-high six points and Sierra Votaw had four points. Whitney Hutchison had nine rebounds.
South Central was 3-of-10 from the field, 5-of-19 from the foul line and had 22 turnovers.
West Boyd’s McKenna Rossmeir had 12 points. West Boyd claimed the JV game as well.
South Central (7-8) plays today against Tripp-Delmont/Armour in Bonesteel in its next game.
SC 4 7 13 21
WB 12 23 37 42
Bon Homme 52, Andes Central 34
LAKE ANDES — Andes Central led by one at halftime, but Bon Homme came away with the 52-34 win Thursday night.
Bon Homme’s Karlee Kozad had 15 points and seven rebounds and Kelsey Sutera had 11 points. Jody Kriz had nine points and seven rebounds.
Bon Homme hit 44 percent of its field goals, was 11-of-15 from the foul line and had 12 turnovers.
Andes Central’s Kellie Winckler had 21 points and five rebounds and Krista Winckler had seven points and eight rebounds. The Eagles were 11-of-40 from the field, 16-of-20 from the free-throw line and had 18 turnovers.
Bon Homme won the rebounding battle 24-22 and is now 6-8 on the season. It hosts Gregory Monday in Tyndall. Andes Central (6-4) plays at Alcester-Hudson Saturday.
BH 9 17 35 52
AC 8 18 24 34
Mount Vernon/Plankinton 59, Gregory 42
GREGORY — Megan Bultsma had 25 points, nine rebounds and eight blocks to help Mount Vernon/Plankinton past Gregory 59-42 Thursday night.
Pauleen O’Day finished with 13 points and Jordon Achterberg had 11 rebounds for MVP.
No team stats were reported for the Titans, who also won the JV game.
Gregory’s Courtney Opbroek had 13 points and 10 rebounds and Briana Leber also had 13 points. The Gorillas shot 21 percent from the field, 53 percent from the foul line and had 19 turnovers.
Mount Vernon/Plankinton (3-12) plays Freeman Academy at the Tri-Valley Classic Saturday, while Gregory (1-12) plays St. Francis Indian Saturday in Gregory.
MVP 10 25 43 59
G 12 26 30 42
Sioux Valley 61, Howard 24
MONTROSE — Sioux Valley held Howard to nine first-half points in a 61-24 win in the first round of the Big East Conference tournament Thursday.
Howard’s Jacqueline Haas had a team-high nine points. McKenna Rudebusch had 10 rebounds and Kelsey Dawson added seven rebounds.
Sioux Valley’s Carley Peterson had 14 points. Anna Keese had 13 points.
Howard plays Chester at 6:30 p.m. today in Montrose in the consolation semifinals. Sioux Valley plays McCook Central/Montrose at 8 p.m. today.
SV 24 37 49 61
H 5 9 15 24
McCook Central/Montrose 42, Chester 26
MONTROSE — McCook Central/Montrose defeated Chester 42-26 Thursday in the first round of the Big East Conference tournament.
MCM was led by Brianna Painter, who had 10 points and six steals. Jean Skoglund finished with eight points.
The Fighting Cougars were 21-of-51 from the field, 3-of-6 from the foul line and had 16 turnovers.
Chester’s Elena Borah had eight points and eight rebounds.
MCM (6-6) plays Sioux Valley at 8 p.m. today. Chester plays Howard at 6:30 p.m. today.
MCM 13 25 34 42
C 7 15 21 26
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 79,
Wessington Springs 55
WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Sanborn Central/Woonsocket picked up its 11th win of the season Thursday. The Blackhawks defeated Wessington Springs 79-55.
SCW’s Rachelle Moore had 25 points, Shelby Selland had 16 points and Marissa Weber added nine points.
SCW was 30-of-65 from the field, 7-of-12 from the foul line and 17 turnovers. SCW also won the JV game.
Wessington Springs’ Cassidy Musick finished 17 points, Devin Tebay had 15 points and 13 rebounds and Shyanne Kopfmann had nine rebounds.
The Spartans were 23-of-53 from the field, 6-of-16 from the foul line and had 25 turnovers.
SCW (11-1) plays Ethan Tuesday in Forestburg, while Wessington Springs (4-9) plays at Mitchell Christian Saturday.
SCW 20 44 63 79
WS 9 21 32 55
BRIDGEWATER — Justine Dye had 18 points and five steals in Bridgewater-Emery’s 53-44 loss to Alcester-Hudson Thursday.
Bridgewater-Emery’s Tianna Kayser had 15 points and Mackenzie Schultz finished with eight points.
The Huskies had 20 rebounds and 17 turnovers in the loss. They were 17-of-59 from the field and 9-of-13 from the foul line. Bridgewater-Emery won the JV game.
Alcester-Hudson’s Shenia Doering had a team-high 12 points. Skylar McConnell had 11 points. Courtney McKee finished with 11 rebounds.
Bridgewater-Emery (7-7) plays Dell Rapids St. Mary Monday in Dell Rapids, while Alcester-Hudson is 8-3.
AH 7 24 40 53
BE 15 23 31 44
Hanson 59, Kimball/White Lake 48
WHITE LAKE — Kynedi Cheeseman scored a team-high 20 points to lead Hanson over Kimball/White Lake in a high school girls’ basketball game Thursday.
Maria Nightingale had 20 points and 10 rebounds. Jazmyn Hinker scored 11 points and recorded seven assists. The WiLdKats were 11-of-18 from the foul line.
Hanson’s Cassidy Graham had 14 points, Kendra Cheeseman added 11 points and Kelli Wenande brought down six rebounds. Hanson had 39 turnovers, 14 assists and 21 steals. The Beavers won the JV game and were 13-of-21 from the foul line.
WiLdKats (8-5) play Viborg-Hurley at 4 p.m. at the Alcester Classic Saturday, Hanson (13-2) hosts Dakota Christian Tuesday in Alexandria.
H 9 21 42 59
KWL 6 22 35 48
Freeman 66, Dakota Christian 60
FREEMAN — Freeman knocked down 25 of 44 field goals in a 66-60 win over Dakota Christian Thursday night.
Freeman’s Cole Paulson had a team-high 16 points and added six rebounds, Caleb Lang had 15 points and Shaun Becker had 13 points and six rebounds. Brennan Schmidt had seven rebounds for the Flyers, who were 12-of-17 from the free-throw line.
Dakota Christian’s Darren Fallis and Carter Dykstra each had 15 points. Dykstra also had seven rebounds and four steals. Micah DeWaard had six rebounds.
Dakota Christian was 19-of-52 from the field, 19-of-27 from the free-throw line and both teams had 13 turnovers.
Freeman (7-4) hosts Scotland Monday, while Dakota Christian (4-7) hosts Wolsey-Wessington Saturday.
F 9 29 43 66
DC 15 27 31 60
Avon 44, Gregory 41 (OT)
GREGORY — It was tied at halftime and at the end of regulation, but Avon edged Gregory 44-41 in overtime Thursday.
Avon’s Brandon Kocmich had 21 points and six rebounds and Logan Mudder had nine rebounds. The Pirates were 17-of-39 from the field, 5-of-12 from the free-throw line and had 12 turnovers.
Gregory’s Andrew Taggart had 13 points and five rebounds, Jaden Bartling had 10 points and three assists and Gavin Thomas had eight rebounds and three steals.
Gregory was 16-of-44 from the field, 7-of-12 from the free-throw line and had 16 turnovers.
Avon (5-7) is at Menno Monday.
A 8 21 31 38 44
G 12 21 27 38 41
Viborg/Hurley 74, Centerville 50
VIBORG — Viborg/Hurley had four players in double-scoring figures in a 74-50 win over Centerville Thursday.
Trevor Jacobsen had 24 points, Tyler Gerdes had 15 points, Andrew Hora had 13 points Jack Huether finished with 11 points. Hora also added eight rebounds, five blocks and three steals.
Centerville’s Seamus O’Malley had 20 points.
VH (11-1) plays Canistota in Viborg Tuesday, while Centerville (8-3) plays at Menno Saturday.
VH 22 42 59 74
C 12 22 36 50
Andes Central 63, Bon Homme 58
LAKE ANDES — Andes Central’s Darrin Hopkins had a team-high 15 points and seven rebounds in a 63-58 win over Bon Homme Thursday.
Neulan Dion had 14 points, four rebounds, five assists and six steals and Aaron Swanson and Joe Evans each had 12 points.
Andes Central was 24-of-40 from the field, 9-of-18 from the free-throw line and had 16 turnovers.
Bon Homme’s Mike Mesman had 11 points and nine rebounds, Les Jelsma had 12 points and Jon Barrett had eight points and three blocks. Bon Homme finished with 34 rebounds to Andes Central’s 24 and had 17 turnovers.
Andes Central is 4-6 and plays Dakota Christian Monday in Lake Andes, while Bon Homme (4-9) plays Corsica/Stickney Monday in Stickney.
AC 16 36 44 63
BH 19 30 41 58
Highmore-Harrold 62, Lyman 35
HIGHMORE — Highmore-Harrold held Lyman to two third-quarter points in a 62-35 win Thursday.
Highmore-Harrold’s Courtney Keller had 19 points and McKenzee Zilverberg had 14.
Lyman’s Ryan Gray was the team’s lone player in double-scoring figures, finishing with 10 points. Haley Halverson had a team-high six rebounds. Lyman won the JV game.
HH 11 30 44 62
L 7 20 22 35
Hartington Cedar Catholic 69, Wagner 46
WAGNER — Noah St. Pierre had 17 points in Wagner’s 69-46 loss Thursday.
Dylan Brunsing had 10 points for the Red Raiders, who were 17-of-38 from the field. Pierre led the team with four rebounds.
James Kaiser had 17 points to lead Hartington Cedar Catholic.
HCC 17 33 53 16
W 9 22 40 46
Freeman Academy 34
FREEMAN — Freeman Academy’s Josh Stahl had eight points and seven rebounds for Freeman Academy in a 51-34 loss to Irene-Wakonda Thursday.
Teagan Schroeder had nine rebounds for Freeman Academy, which shot 12-of-39 from the field and 9-of-21 from the foul line.
Freeman Academy had 34 turnovers and 34 rebounds to Irene-Wakonda’s 26.
Irene-Wakonda’s Dustin Livingston had 18 points.
FA, which won the JV game, plays Marty Tuesday in Marty.
IW 10 16 37 51
FA 5 12 19 34
Lennox 57, Parkston 37
PARKSTON — The Lennox boys’ basketball team got out to a quick start in its 57-37 victory over Parkston Thursday.
Spencer Lucas had a team-high 14 points. The Trojans were 11-of-44 from the field and 14-of-27 from the free-throw line. Parkston, which won the JV game, brought down 18 rebounds.
Zach Koosman led all players with 19 points for Lennox, which led 32-13 at the half. Lennox, which had 28 team rebounds, was 23-of-51 from the field and 9-of-13 from the foul line.
Parkston (8-5) plays McCook Central/Montrose Monday in Salem, Lennox (6-6) hosts Madison Tuesday.
L 10 32 50 57
P 3 13 23 37
Corsica/Stickney 58, Menno 35
STICKNEY — Gunner Baan Hofman had 15 points in Corsica/Stickney’s 58-35 win over Menno in a high school boys’ basketball game Thursday.
Mike Tuschen earned his 400th career win and he will be recognized tonight in Stickney when Corsica/Stickney hosts Mount Vernon/Plankinton. Corsica/Stickney assistant coach Joel Wieczorek called The Daily Republic about the career feat.
Adam Bormann had 12 points and Michael Odens added 10 for the Jaguars. Austin Tilton brought down six rebounds for the Jaguars, who shot 45 percent from the field and 47 from the foul line. Corsica/Stickney, which won the JV game, grabbed 32 team rebounds and had 12 turnovers.
Menno was led by Austin Herrboldt with 11 points and five rebounds. Menno shot 36 percent from the field and 50 percent from the free-throw line. The Wolves recorded 24 rebounds and 24 turnovers.
The Jaguars (7-4), while Menno (3-8) hosts Centerville Saturday.
CS 20 37 46 58
M 11 24 30 35
South Central 33, West Boyd, Neb. 18
BONESTEEL — The South Central boys’ basketball team held West Boyd, Neb. scoreless in the second quarter and went on to win 33-18 Thursday.
South Central was led by Tyler Frank with 14 points and 11 rebounds for a double-double. Josh Tuttle scored eight points for the Cougars, who brought down 28 team rebounds. South Central won the JV game 35-31 in double overtime.
South Central (12-1) hosts Tripp-Delmont/Armour today in Bonesteel.
SC 4 18 26 33
WB 7 7 12 18
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