Area high school basketball roundup: 01/28/13ALCESTER — Megan Bultsma recorded a double-double for the third straight game to help Mount Vernon/Plankinton to a 59-30 victory over Freeman Academy. Bultsma scored 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Titans, who shot 43 percent from the field.
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ALCESTER — Megan Bultsma recorded a double-double for the third straight game to help Mount Vernon/Plankinton to a 59-30 victory over Freeman Academy.
Bultsma scored 21 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for the Titans, who shot 43 percent from the field.
Payleen O’Day added 12 points and was the only other MV/P player to reach double-figures.
MV/P outrebounded Freeman Academy 50-30 en route to earning its third win of the season.
Hannah Yoder led the Bobcats in scoring with 15 points, while Chelsey Wentz just missed a double-double tallying nine points and 13 rebounds.
MV/P (3-12) plays Mitchell Christian today in Mitchell. Freeman (1-10) takes on Marty Indian Tuesday in Marty.
MV/P 17 34 46 59
FA 3 11 18 30
West Central 85, Platte Geddes 47
PLATTE — The Platte-Geddes girls’ basketball team lost fourth game of the season Saturday, falling to West Central 85-47.
Josie DeGroot scored a team-high 20 points for the Black Panthers, who shot 28 percent from the field and 68 from the free-throw line.
Shelby Rabenberg recorded a team-high six rebounds for the Black Panthers, who are now 11-4.
Platte-Geddes plays Chamberlain Tuesday in Chamberlain.
PG 5 16 34 47
WC 21 42 65 85
Kimball/White Lake 47, Viborg-Hurley 42
ALCESTER — Jazmyn Hinker scored 22 points and eight rebounds to lead the Kimball/White Lake WiLdKats to a 47-42 victory over Viborg-Hurley Saturday at the Tri-Valley Classic.
Maria Nightingale chipped in with 12 points and seven rebounds for KW/L who is now 9-5 with four regular season games left.
KW/L plays Wolsey-Wessington today in Wolsey. Viborg-Hurley takes on Freeman Academy Friday in Hurley.
Scotland 46, West Sioux 43
ALCESTER — Three Scotland players scored in double-figures to help the Highlanders defeat West Sioux 46-43 Saturday at the Tri-Valley Classic.
Aisha Abbink scored 17 points to lead the way for the Highlanders, who were 16-of-48 from the field and 2-of-13 from the free-throw line.
Kennidy Asche scored 12 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to record a double-double for the Highlanders.
West Sioux (11-7) was led by Jade Lynne Vlotho, who scored 11 points and grabbed seven rebounds, both team-highs.
Scotland (10-4) plays Freeman Tuesday in Scotland.
S 8 21 33 46
WS 14 18 36 43
Howard 40, Flandreau 37
GARRETSON — Down by four at halftime, the Howard girls’ basketball team came back to beat Flandreau 40-37 Saturday at the Big East Conference tournament in Garretson.
Howard shot 13-of-48 from the field and was led in scoring by Jacqueline Haas who finished with 12 points.
Kelsey Dawson paced the way for the Tigers on the boards by grabbing a team leading 12 rebounds.
Flandreau (6-7) was led by Makayla Dietrich, who recorded a double-double. Dietrich scored 19 points and 11 rebounds for the Fliers, who were 10-of-30 from the field.
Howard (2-13) plays Marion Tuesday. Flandreau plays Coleman-Egan Tuesday in Flandreau.
H 11 17 31 40
F 12 21 31 37
Wolsey-Wessington 59, Dakota Christian 40
NEW HOLLAND — Lorenzo Williams recorded a double-double to help Wolsey-Wessington defeat Dakota Christian 59-40 in a boys’ high school basketball game Saturday in New Holland.
Williams scored 13 points and grabbed 11 rebounds for the Warbirds, who outrebounded Dakota Christian 32-20.
Alex Babcock led Wolsey-Wessington in scoring with 15 points and Ryan Sprecher added 11.
Zach De Lange and Carter Dykstra were the only Dakota Christian boys to score in double-figures.
Both players finished with 10 points for the Cadets, who were 15-of-41 from the field and shot 37 percent from the field.
Wolsey-Wessington (11-1) plays Northwestern Tuesday in Mellette. Dakota Christian takes on Andes Central today in Lake Andes.
DC 8 15 30 42
WW 18 35 46 59
Centerville 77, Menno 49
MENNO — Logan Hunter scored 24 points, had five steals and doled out four assists to help lead Centerville to a 77-49 victory over Menno Saturday in Menno.
Centerville shot 33-of-83 from the field and 15-of-23 from the free throw line.
Ty Knutson had 15 points and eight rebounds, while Seamus O’ Malley added 12 points and five steals for the Tornadoes.
Austin Herrboldt led Menno in scoring with 14 points. Dylan Lehr chipped in with 10.
The Wolves made 16 of its 46 shots from the field and committed 20 turnovers.
Menno (3-9) plays Avon today in Menno. Centerville (9-3) takes on Alcester-Hudson Tuesday in Centerville.
M 14 22 33 49
C 14 41 52 77