Area high school basketball roundup 2/4/13: Marion girls defeat MennoFREEMAN — Erica Schoenwald scored 17 points to lead Marion past Menno 50-33 at the Cornbelt Classic Saturday in Freeman.
FREEMAN — Erica Schoenwald scored 17 points to lead Marion past Menno 50-33 at the Cornbelt Classic Saturday in Freeman.
Devin Nelson recorded 16 points for the Bears, who had 19 team rebounds and 15 turnovers.
Menno was led by Abby Herrboldt with 11 points. The Wolves were 10-of-39 from the field and 11-of-16 from the free-throw line. Menno had 35 rebounds and 28 turnovers.
Marion (4-8) and Menno (2-13) play each other today in Marion.
Ma 8 22 34 50
Me 5 10 17 33
FREEMAN — BreeAna Olson scored 25 points to lead Oldham/Ramona/Rutland over Bridgewater-Emery 56-49 at the Cornbelt Classic Saturday in Freeman.
Tiana Kayser scored 19 points and Justine Dye had 13 for the Huskies, who were 18-of-51 from the field and 8-of-15 from the foul line. The Huskies tallied 18 team rebounds and 15 turnovers.
The Huskies (7-9) play Sanborn Central/Woonsocket today in Woonsocket.
Howard 55, Canistota 48
FREEMAN — Jenna Clark scored 19 points to lead the Howard girls’ basketball team past Canistota 55-48 at the Cornbelt Classic Saturday in Freeman.
Kelsey Dawson recorded 14 points and 12 rebounds for a double-double and McKenna Rudebusch scored 10 points for the Tigers, who were 19-of-29 from the field.
No stats were available for Canistota.
Howard (4-13) host Baltic Tuesday, while Canistota (4-12) plays Dell Rapids St. Mary today in Dell Rapids.
Hanson 72, Freeman 30
FREEMAN — The Hanson girls’ basketball team defeated Freeman 72-30 at the Cornbelt Classic Saturday in Freeman.
Cassidy Graham s led the Beavers with 19 points and Kynedi Cheeseman had 15 points. Hanson was 31-of-63 from the field and 6-of-8 from the free-throw line. The Beavers tallied 42 team rebounds and 13 turnovers.
Dina Soulek had a team-best 10 points for Freeman, which was 11-of-46 from the field and 6-of-16 from the foul line. Freeman brought down 23 team rebounds and committed 19 turnovers.
Hanson (15-2) plays at Freeman Tuesday, while Freeman (8-7) hosts Avon today.
H 12 27 49 72
F 7 15 21 30
Sanborn Central/ Woonsocket 61,
FORESTBURG — Rachelle Moore scored 18 points had five steals and recorded three assists to help Sanborn Central/Woonsocket defeat Wolsey-Wessington 61-25 in a girls’ high school basketball game Saturday.
Shelby Selland chipped in with 14 points and Myah Selland added 11 for the Blackhawks who were 25-of-67 from the field.
Shelby Selland also led SC/W in rebounds with nine.
Wolsey-Wessington was led by Megan Eggleston who finished with 11 points. Eggleston was the only Warbirds to score in double figures.
Wolsey Wessington was 7-of-43 from the field and had 27 turnovers.
SC/W (14-1) hosts Bridewater-Emery Today in Woonsocket. Wolsey-Wessington (3-11) plays Lake Preston today in Wolsey.
SCW 17 32 47 61
WW 5 8 16 25
Wagner 57, McCook Central/Montrose 32
WAGNER — Three Wagner girls basketball players scored in double figures to help the Red Raiders defeat McCook Central/Montrose 57-32 Saturday.
Jessa Doom and Ali Kuca each led the way with a team high 15 points. Kuca also had 11 rebounds. Nicole Webber was the final Wagner girl to reach double figures with 14.
The Red Raiders outrebounded MC/M 33-27 and were 19-of-48 from the field.
No McCook Central/ Montrose player scored in double-digits. Jean Skogland was the Fighting Cougars top scorer with nine points.
Rachel Bartscher grabbed the most rebounds for MC/M with six.
Wagner (13-4) hosts Chamberlain Friday. MC/M takes on West Central Monday in Salem.
W 13 24 44 57
MC/M 5 12 21 32
Scotland 51, Andes Central 44
LAKE ANDES — Aisha Abbink scored 21 points to help lift the Scotland girls’ basketball team over Andes Central 51-44 Saturday.
Carley Skorepa scored 11 points and Kennidy Asche brought down seven rebounds for the Highlanders, who shot 38 percent from the field and 55 percent from the foul line. Scotland recorded 28 total rebounds and 14 turnovers.
Andes Central was led by Kellie Winckler with 16 points and 12 rebounds for a double-double. Krista Winckler scored a team-high 16 points for Andes Central, who shot 35 percent from the field and 69 percent from the line. The Eagles had 25 team rebounds and 17 turnovers.
Scotland (12-4) plays at Parkston today, while Andes Central (6-8) plays Corsica/Stickney Tuesday.
S 11 16 27 44
AC 17 25 39 51
Platte-Geddes 76, Miller 43
PLATTE — Josie DeGroot and Kelly Knudson each recorded double-doubles in Platte-Geddes’ 76-43 victory over Miller Saturday.
DeGroot scored a game-high 22 points and grabbed 10 rebounds and Knudson had 21 points, 10 assists and seven steals. Shelby Rabenberg scored 12 points and had five steals for the Black Panthers, who were 19-of-29 from the free-throw line and 26-of-68 from the field.
Platte-Geddes (12-5) plays Bon Homme today in Tyndall.
PG 22 43 59 76
M 16 26 34 43
Ethan 50, Avon 49
AVON — Darbi Gustafson scored a game0high 27 points in the Ethan girls’ basketball team’s 50-49 win over Avon Saturday.
Gustafson and Anna Mueller each grabbed six rebounds. The Rustlers, who had 21 team rebounds, shot 47 percent from the field and 69 percent from the line.
Avon was led by Chesney Nagel with 26 points and seven rebounds, both team highs. Ariana Oorlog scored 11 points for the Pirates, who shot 23 percent from the field and 88 percent from the line.
Avon (10-5) plays at Freeman today, while Ethan (11-4) plays Dakota Christian today in New Holland.
E 18 28 41 50
A 15 29 36 49
New Underwood 33, Lyman 26
PRESHO — The New Underwood girls’ basketball team defeated Lyman 33-26 Saturday.
Ryan Gray and Ashley Mortenson led Lyman with six points apiece. Chesney Garnos brought down seven rebounds. Lyman was 4-of-11 from the foul line.
Lyman (5-6) host Kimball/White Lake today in Presho.
NU 9 15 23 33
L 6 13 19 26
Lower Brule 40, Wessington Springs 35
HIGHMORE — Karey McCauley scored 19 points in Lower Brule’s 40-35 win over Wessington Springs at the Action Club Classic Saturday in Highmore.
Tasha Grassrope had 17 points and Angelika Edwards had 12 points in the win.
Sheyanne Brodkorb scored a team-best 13 points and Devin Tebay had 12 points for the Spartans, who had 22 team rebounds.
Wessington Springs (5-11) plays at Miller Thursday. Lower Brule (7-9) hosts Crow Creek Thursday.
LB 15 30 40 61
WS 13 19 35 48
Chamberlain 69, Highmore-Harrold 60
HIGHMORE — Chamberlain had four players score in double figures in its 69-60 victory over Highmore-Harrold at the Action Club Classic Saturday.
Kennedy Wagner scored a team-high 18 points and Alex Pedersen and Jayme Knippling each scored 16 points. Brittany Goodlow added 14 points for the Cubs, who shot 44 percent from the field and had 25 team rebounds.
Chamberlain (14-1) hosts Bon Homme Thursday.
HH 21 35 53 60
C 11 21 40 69
Colome 52, Iroquois 14
HIGHMORE — Tara Farley led all players with 17 points in the Colome girls’ basketball team’s 52-14 win over Iroquois at the Action Club Classic Saturday.
Farley grabbed 11 team rebounds for a double-double. Tiffany Hauf scored 12 points and Mariah Kiner had 11 rebounds of the team’s 49. The Cowgirls were 20-of-63 from the field.
Colome (3-9) plays North Central, Neb. Tuesday.
C 9 23 39 52
I 3 8 10 14
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 48
FORESTBURG — All five starters scored in double figures as Wolsey-Wessington defeated Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 86-48.
Larenzo Williams tallied 16 points to lead the way for the Warbirds. Roy Lumpkin and Hayden Hooks finished with 15 apiece, while Alex Babock and Ryan Sprecher each had 11.
Babcock also had 11 rebounds for Wolsey-Wessington who is now 13-1.
SC/W was led by Todd Stekl who finished with 15 points and five rebounds.
Tyler Krueger added 10 points for the Blackhawks who were 17-of-48 from the field.
Wolsey-Wessington plays Wessington Springs Tuesday in Wolsey. SC/W (10-6) takes on Iroquois Tuesday in Iroquois.
WW 24 41 67 86
SC/W 10 25 35 48
Winner 72, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 57
EAGLE BUTTE —
Ben Connot scored 20 points, Isiah Old Lodge had 19 points and nine rebounds and Tanner Fritz added 15 points. Winner was 24-of-53 from the field for 45 percent.
Xavier Norris scored a team-high 18 points and Cray Allen scored 11 points in the loss. Cheyenne-Eagle Butte was 26-of-54 from the field.
Winner won the JV game 58-38.
Winner (6-8) Eagle Butte (6-9)
W 23 39 65 72
CEB 20 36 53 57
Chamberlain 79, Bon Homme 42
CHAMBERLAIN — The Chamberlain boys’ basketball team held Bon Homme to 10 first-half points and went on to win 79-42 Saturday.
Chamberlain’s Reuben Estes scored 28 points, Gage Basting had 18 points and Davis Carson added 10. Dalot Endera brought down seven rebounds. The Cubs were 32-of-59 from the field and recorded 37 team rebounds and five turnovers.
Bon Homme’s Cody Larson led offensively with 13 points. The Cavaliers were 17-of-51 from the field and had 24 team rebounds and 15 turnovers.
Chamberlain won the JV game.
The Cubs (11-4) host Crow Creek Tuesday, while Bon Homme (5-11) plays South Central Tuesday in Tyndall.
C 18 30 56 79
BH 2 8 29 42
McCook Central/Montrose 59, Wagner 49
WAGNER — Brandon Reif scored 17 points to lead McCook Central/Montrose over Wagner 59-49 in a high school boys’ basketball game Saturday.
Will Gottlob and Bill Kapperman scored 11 points apiece for the Fighting Cougars, who were 19-of-36 from the field and 18-of-24 from the foul line. Zach Bies brought down seven of the team’s 28 rebounds.
Wagner’s Noah St. Pierre led all players with 18 points and Dylan Brunsing scored 10 points. Tim Thaler grabbed a team-best five rebounds and the Red Raiders totaled 18. Wagner was 18-of-49 from the field and 4-of-12 from the free-throw line.
McCook Central/Montrose (11-4) plays Canistota in the DWU Classic Saturday at the Corn Palace in Mitchell, while Wagner (7-8) hosts Chamberlain Friday.
MCM 13 28 41 59
W 14 22 38 49
Andes Central 57, Scotland 47
LAKE ANDES — The Andes Central boys’ basketball team had three players score in double figures to beat Scotland 57-47 Saturday.
Darrin Hopkins had a game-high 15 points, Neulan Dion scored 14 and Joe Evans recorded 11 points and 10 rebounds for a double-double in the win. The Eagles were 19-of-44 from the field and 2-of-10 from behind the arc.
Scotland was led by Anthony Walloch and Garrett Kotalik with 11 points apiece. Seth Ireland grabbed 12 of the team’s 38 rebounds. The Highlanders were 13-of-45 from the field and 4-of-14 from the three-point range.
The Eagles (5-8) plays at Marty today, while Scotland (3-11) plays at Parkston today.
AC 14 25 37 57
S 6 16 31 37
Menno 44, Marion 27
FREEMAN — Dylan Lehr scored 12 points to lead the Menno boys’ basketball team over Marion 44-27 at the Cornbelt Classic Saturday in Freeman.
Austin Herrboldt and Chet Peterson scored 10 points apiece for the Wolves, who were 15-of-49 from the field and 10-of-18 from the foul line. Menno had 33 team rebounds and 12 turnovers.
Nick Gortmaker had nine points and five steals for Marion, which was 12-of-56 from the field and 2-of-5 from the free-throw line. Marion totaled 30 team rebounds and 19 turnovers.
Menno (5-8) and Marion (1-12) face off today in Marion.
Me 12 27 33 44
Ma 8 13 18 27
Oldham/Ramona/Rutland 66, Bridgewater-Emery 55
FREEMAN — Ryan Schlisner had 25 points in Oldham/Ramona/Rutland’s 66-55 win over Bridgewater-Emery at the Cornbelt Classic Saturday in Freeman.
Mike Minor and Mitch Malcomb scored 14 points apiece in the win.
Jerret Weber scored 20 points, Jacob Schweitzer had 15 and Terry Weber added 10 in the loss. Weber brought down 10 rebounds for a double-double for the Huskies, who were 21-of-64 from the field and 5-of-14 from the foul line. The team had 22 rebounds and eight turnovers.
The Raiders (6-8) play Dell Rapids St. Mary, while the Huskies (5-9) hosts Parker next.
ORR 25 41 52 66
BE 10 22 39 55
Hanson 50, Howard 28
FREEMAN — Matt Huber scored a game-high 18 points to lead the Hanson boys’ basketball team over Howard 50-28 at the Cornbelt Classic Saturday in Freeman.
Jordan Marquardt had 15 points for the Beavers, who were 18-of-41 from the field and 12-of-15 from the foul line. Hanson had 27 team rebounds and eight turnovers.
Howard was 10-of-28 from the field and 6-of-10 from the free-throw line.
Hanson (9-5) hosts Freeman today, while Howard (6-10) hosts Baltic today.
Cansitota 70, Freeman 46
FREEMAN — Cansitota had three players in double-digit scoring figures and beat Freeman 70-46 at the Cornbelt Classic Saturday in Freeman.
Alex Robertson scored 24 points, Cody Bunger chipped in with 21 points and Jason Van Winkle added 12 points and nine rebounds in the win. The Hawks were 29-of-59 from the field and 6-of-10 from the foul line. Cansitota had 31 rebounds and 15 turnovers.
Freeman was led by Jordan Rinehart with 13 points. Caleb Lang had 12 points and Bennan Schmidt brought down 12 of the team’s 16 rebounds. Freeman was 12-of-36 from the field and 17-of-24 from the line.
Canistota (13-1) hosts Menno Thursday, while Freeman (9-5) plays Hanson today in Alexandria.
C 21 45 60 70
F 10 22 34 46
New Underwood 29, Lyman 25
PRESHO — The New Underwood boys’ basketball team defeated Lyman 29-25 Saturday.
Jaelani Uthe scored 10 points for Lyman, which was 2-of-2 from the free-throw line.
Lyman (6-8) hosts Kimball/White Lake Tuesday in Presho.
Colome 69, Iroquois 43
HIGHMORE — Terrance Kinzer scored a game-high 30 points in Colome’s 69-43 win over Iroquois in a high school boys’ basketball game at the Action Club Classic Saturday.
Kinzer brought down 10 of the team’s 44 rebounds for a double-double. Cohl Ratermann scored 12 points and Reed Harter added 11 points in the win.
Erik Wahlander had 16 points for Iroquois.
The Cowboys (7-9) play North Central, Neb. Tuesday, while Iroquois (0-15) hosts Sanborn Central/Woonsocket Tuesday.
C 17 40 65 69
I 10 15 27 43
Highmore-Harrlod 56, Wessington Springs 36
HIGHMORE — The Highmore-Harrold boys’ basketball team defeated Wessington Springs 56-36 during the Action Club Classic Saturday in Highmore.
Hayden Houdek had 14 points and Hadley Hamlin scored 12 in the win.
Wessington Springs was led by Braden Jones with 12 points and 11 rebounds for a double-double. Trenity Kenobbie scored 10 points for the Spartans, who shot 23 percent from the field.
Wessington Springs (3-11) plays Wolsey-Wessington Tuesday in Wolsey.
HH 22 25 37 56
WS 12 19 27 36
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