Area high school basketball roundup 2/5/13: Menning leads Jaguars past Andes CentralSTICKNEY — Corsica/Stickney led by 10 at halftime and cruised to a 67-51 win over Andes Central in a girls’ high school basketball game Tuesday.
STICKNEY — Corsica/Stickney led by 10 at halftime and cruised to a 67-51 win over Andes Central in a girls’ high school basketball game Tuesday.
Corsica/Stickney’s Hope Menning had 19 points and seven assists, Micayla Bamberg had 15 points and Missy Johnson added 12 points and five rebounds. Jessica Hoogers had 11 points and seven rebounds and Brianna Kuyper finished with 10 points and six steals.
The Jaguars were 24-of-54 from the field, 13-of-17 from the foul line and had 25 rebounds. Corsica/Stickney also won the JV game.
Lake Andes was led by Kellie Winckler, who had 24 points and six rebounds. No other individual stats were reported. The Eagles were 15-of-25 from the free-throw line.
Corsica/Stickney (9-9) plays Hanson Friday in Alexandria, while Lake Andes (6-9) plays at Menno Friday.
CS 14 30 47 67
AC 9 20 32 51
Hanson 66, Freeman 54
FREEMAN — Hailey Doyle had 19 points, Cassidy Graham had 16 and Kendra Cheeseman finished with 13 to lift Hanson over Freeman 66-54 Tuesday.
Cheeseman and Doyle each had five rebounds, Kynedi Cheeseman had six assists and Graham added five steals for the Beavers, who are 16-2 on the season.
Hanson was 24-53 from the field, 15-of-23 from the foul line and had 27 rebounds to the Flyers’ 24.
Freeman’s Erika Sage and Dina Soulek each had 16 points and Nicole Saarie had 12 points. Cailey Roth had five rebounds.
The Flyers were 18-of-42 from the field, 13-of-21 from the free-throw line and had 22 turnovers.
Hanson hosts Corsica/Stickney Friday and Freeman (8-9) plays at Marty Monday.
H 17 34 51 66
F 8 23 30 54
Baltic 57, Howard 48
HOWARD — Mariah Hanisch and Allie Walter scored a combined 44 points in Baltic’s 57-48 win over Howard in a high school girls’ basketball game Tuesday.
Hanisch had 23 points and Walter scored 21 points and grabbed 21 rebounds for a double-double. Baltic was 24-of-64 and 11-of-20 from the free-throw line. Baltic had 42 team rebounds and 20 turnovers.
McKenna Rudebusch scored a team-high 14 points. Kelsey Dawson brought down a team-best 15 rebounds. The Tigers were 23-of-72 from the field and 5-of-11 from the line. Howard, which won the JV game, totaled 37 rebounds and 22 turnovers.
Howard (4-14) plays at Garretson Friday, while Baltic (13-4) plays Tri-Valley Thursday.
B 8 19 38 57
H 16 19 29 48
Kimball/White Lake 38, Lyman 28
PRESHO — The Kimball/White Lake girls’ basketball team had three players score in double figures in its 38-28 victory over Lyman Tuesday.
Hailey Mohnen scored 14 points, Jazmyn Hinker had 11 points and Maria Nightingale added 10 for the WiLdKats, who were 17-of-30 from the free-throw line.
Lyman was led by Anna Flitner with 10 points. Cedar Jandreau grabbed a team-high seven rebounds. The Raiders were 3-of-4 from the foul line.
Lyman (5-11) hosts Philip Thursday in Presho, while Kimball/White Lake (10-6) plays at Wessington Springs Monday.
KWL 13 22 30 38
L 7 13 20 28
Canistota 60, Menno 48
MENNO — Chloe Nelson led all players with 17 points in Canistota’s 60-48 win over Menno Tuesday.
Natasha Letcher scored 16 points for the Hawks.
Abby Herrboldt led Menno with 15 points and Christina Herrboldt recorded 11 points and 14 rebounds for a double-double. The Wolves were 16-of-51 from the field and 14-of-27 from the foul line.
Menno (2-15) hosts Andes Central Friday, while Canistota (5-12) plays Ethan Friday.
C 11 24 37 60
M 12 21 32 48
North Central 37, Colome 27
KEYAPAHA, NEB. — The Colome girls’ basketball team lost its 13th game of the season after falling to North Central, Neb. 37-27 Tuesday.
Colome was led in scoring by Colby Taggart, who scored 10 points. The Cowboys’ leading rebounder was Becca Moorhead, who finished with six.
Colome (3-13) plays Kadoka Friday in Colome.
Ethan 42, Marion 28
ETHAN — Darbi Gustafson recorded a double-double to help the Ethan girls’ basketball team defeat Marion 42-28 Tuesday.
Gustafson scored 14 points and grabbed 16 rebounds for the Rustlers, who tallied 29 total rebounds. Whitney Endres finished with nine points and eight rebounds for Ethan, which shot 30 percent from the field.
Marion was led in scoring by Kylie Hughes, who finished with eight points.
Ethan (13-4) plays Canistota Friday in Canistota. Marion (5-10) hosts Gayville-Volin Thursday.
E 10 16 21 42
M 3 11 23 28
Dakota Christian 41,
Freeman Academy 27
FREEMAN — Dakota Christian beat Freeman 41-27 to win its ninth game of the season Tuesday.
Brooklyn Vander Pol had 11 points and six steals, Abbie Baan Hofman scored 10 points and Amber Baan Hofman chipped in with eight points. Sammie De Lange recorded five assists.
Dakota Christian was 18-of-58 from the field, 5-of-15 from the free-throw line and grabbed 37 rebounds.
Freeman Academy was led in scoring by Chelsea Wentz, who finished with 12 points.
Dakota Christian (9-7) plays James Valley Christian Friday in New Holland. Freeman Academy (1-14) takes on Flandreau Indian Thursday.
DC 11 21 32 41
F 8 8 18 27
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 68,
IROQUOIS — The Sanborn Central/Woonsocket girls’ basketball team beat Iroquois 68-14 to win its 16th game of the season Tuesday.
Shelby Selland led the Blackhawks in scoring with 22 points. Rachelle Moore and Candace Page-Marten chipped in with eight apiece. Page-Marten also led the Blackhawks in steals with six.
SCW (16-1) plays Highmore- Harrold Friday in Woonsocket on.
SCW 26 46 60 68
I 4 6 10 14
Avon 54, Viborg-Hurley 46
VIBORG — Avon beat Viborg-Hurley 54-46 Tuesday night to win its 12th game of the season.
Chesney Nagel led the way for Avon with 33 points and nine rebounds. Ariana Oorlog chipped in with 14 points.
Avon (12-5) plays Tripp-Delmont/Armour in Armour Friday night.
A 17 23 37 54
VH 11 26 34 46
Ethan 75, Marion 36
ETHAN — Ethan led 22-14 after the first quarter and cruised to a 75-36 win over Marion Tuesday.
Ethan’s Tyler Meyers had 19 points, Camden Meyers added 12 points and Jace Connor finished with 13 points. Both Meyers had six rebounds and Connor had seven rebounds.
Ethan, which won the JV game, was 27-of-53 from the field, 14-of-16 from the foul line and had 18 turnovers.
Marion was led by Jacob Wuertz, who had 16 points. Nick Gortmaker had 12 points.
Marion was 14-of-35 from the field, 8-of-9 from the free-throw line and had 22 turnovers.
Ethan (9-6) plays Canistota Friday in Canistota, while Marion (1-12) hosts Gayville-Volin Thursday.
E 22 49 62 75
M 14 20 29 36
Mount Vernon/Plankinton 53,
MOUNT VERNON — Deric Denning had 23 points and Kellam Karst had 14 to lift Mount Vernon/Plankinton past Harrisburg 53-44 Tuesday.
Karst had a team-high seven rebounds for the Titans, who were 14-of-36 from the field and 19-of-23 from the free-throw line.
Mount Vernon/Plankinton won the rebounding battle 32-23 and led by one at halftime.
Mount Vernon/Plankinton (10-5) hosts Bridgewater-Emery Thursday.
MVP 10 22 38 53
H 8 21 31 44
Platte-Geddes 71, Todd County 44
MISSION — Coby Johnson had 17 points and eight rebounds to lead Platte-Geddes over Todd County 71-44.
Tate Van Zee had 15 points for Platte-Geddes, Matthew Randall had 10 points and seven rebounds and Kole Heller finished with nine points.
In the win, the Black Panthers were 28-of-47 from the field, 8-of-17 from the free-throw line and had 15 turnovers.
Todd County won the JV game.
Platte-Geddes (9-6) plays Bon Homme Friday in Platte.
PG 15 42 54 71
TC 5 12 28 44
Baltic 48, Howard 45
HOWARD — Ed Clark scored 16 points to lead his team past Howard 48-45 in a high school boys’ basketball game Tuesday in Howard.
Howard was led by Cole Potter with a game-high 22 and Steve Larsen added 11 points in the loss. Andrew Schwader grabbed nine rebounds and Cal Wiese recorded six assists. Howard was 19-of-40 from the field and 3-of-13 from the foul line. The Tigers had 32 team rebounds and 17 turnovers.
Howard won the JV game 36-24.
The Tigers (6-11) play at Garretson Friday, while Baltic (6-9) hosts Alcester-Hudson Friday.
B 11 17 30 48
H 8 20 35 45
Kimball/White Lake 55, Lyman 44
PRESHO — Jacob Kirsch scored his 1,000th career point in Kimball/White Lake’s 55-44 win over Lyman in a high school boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
Kirsch led all players with 20 points and had seven rebounds. Jesse Taylor scored 17 points and grabbed seven rebounds and Eathan Gaulke brought down seven rebounds for the WiLdKats, who were 10-of-15 from the foul line.
Lyman’s Jaylen Uthe scored 14 points in the loss. The Raiders were 4-of-9 from the line.
Lyman (6-9) plays at Philip Friday, while Kimball/White Lake (10-4) plays Dakota Christian Thursday.
KWL 17 28 42 55
L 14 26 34 44
South Central 67, Bon Homme 47
TYNDALL — Tyler Frank scored 21 points to help South Central defeat Bon Homme 67-47 Tuesday.
Frank also grabbed 10 rebounds en route to recording a double-double. Sam Haythen added 16 points and Dakota Boske chipped in with 13.
Jon Barrett led Bon Homme in scoring with 13 points. Mike Mesman added 10 for the Cavaliers, who were 20-of-46 from the field with 16 rebounds.
South Central (15-1) plays Andes Central Thursday in Lake Andes. Bon Homme (5-12) takes on Platte-Geddes Friday in Platte.
BH 14 21 33 47
SC 17 35 55 67
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 74,
IROQUOIS — Four players scored in double figures for Sanborn Central/Woonsocket boys’ basketball team as it beat Iroquois 74-32 Tuesday.
Tyler Kruger led the way with 14 points, Brady Tiede had 11 and Nick Miller and Joe Davis each finished with 10 points. Miller led SCW in rebounds with 15.
SCW (11-6) plays Highmore-Harrold Friday in Woonsocket. Iroquois (0-16) takes on Hitchcock-Tulare Friday in Hitchcock.
SC/W 19 35 53 74
I 5 17 26 32
Viborg-Hurley 66, Avon 37
VIBORG — Andrew Hora scored 29 points to help lead Viborg-Hurley past Avon 66-37 Tuesday.
Jack Heuther chipped in with 10 points and eight rebounds for the Cougars, who were 26-of-41 from the field.
Logan Mudder led Avon in scoring with 16 points. Avon was 13-of-27 from the field. The Pirates grabbed 21 rebounds and had 20 turnovers.
Viborg-Hurley (13-2) plays Parker Friday in Parker. Avon (5-10) takes on Tripp-Delmont/Armour Friday in Armour.
VH 15 37 56 66
A 4 15 22 37
Parker 44, Bridgewater-Emery 43
BRIDGEWATER — Jake Anderson made two free throws with four seconds remaining to lift the Parker boys’ basketball team to a 44-43 victory over Bridgewater-Emery Tuesday.
Bridgewater-Emery was led by Clayton Dye, who scored 31 points for the Huskies. Jaden Weber led Bridgewater-Emery in rebounds with 10. The Huskies had 26 rebounds and 18 turnovers.
Parker (10-7) hosts Viborg-Hurley Friday in Parker. Bridgewater-Emery (5-10) plays Mount Vernon/ Plankinton Thursday in Mount Vernon.
P 10 15 29 44
BE 19 31 33 43
Winner 78, St. Frances Indian 63
WINNER — Tanner Fritz scored 30 points to help Winner defeat St. Frances Indian 78-63 in a high school boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
Ben Connot chipped in with 20 points and 10 rebounds for a double-double. Sam Naasz added 10 points for the Winner, which was 28-of-71 from the field.
Winner (7-8) plays McLaughlin Friday in McLaughlin.
W 14 37 54 78
STI 11 31 47 63
Chamberlain 58, Crow Creek 50
CHAMBERLAIN — Gage Basting recorded a double-double to help Chamberlain defeat Crow Creek 58-50 Tuesday.
Basting scored 16 points and grabbed 11 rebounds. Skyler Bertram led the Cubs in scoring with 20 points. Chamberlain was 17-of-48 from the field and grabbed 36 rebounds.
Chamberlain (12-4) plays Wagner Friday in Wagner.
C 11 25 40 58
CC 16 30 41 50
Menno 48, Marion 35
MARION — Austin Herrboldt scored 19 points to lead the Menno boys’ basketball team past Marion 48-35 Monday in Marion.
Caleb Preszler scored nine points and Herrboldt grabbed eight of the team’s 31 rebounds. The Wolves were 11-of-25 from the field and 18-of-45 from the free-throw line. Menno, which won the JV game 28-13, committed 13 turnovers.
Marion was led by Jacob Weurtz and Lincoln Langerock with 12 points apiece. Weurtz brought down 11 rebounds for a double-double.
Platte-Geddes 59, Miller 48
PLATTE — Coby Johnson had 19 points and Matthew Randall had 14 points in Platte-Geddes’ 59-48 win over Miller Monday in a boys’ high school basketball game.
Richard Sternberg had eight points and six rebounds.
Platte-Geddes, which lost the JV game, was 20-of-46 from the field, 16-of-23 from the foul line and had 15.
PG 21 30 45 59
M 8 17 34 48
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