Area high school basketball roundup: Hanson, Chamberlain, SC/W get 18th winsWith the regular season winding down in high school basketball, three area girls’ teams hit their 18th wins of the season Tuesday night.
By: The Daily Republic , The Daily Republic
With the regular season winding down in high school basketball, three area girls’ teams hit their 18th wins of the season Tuesday night.
In Class A, Chamberlain defeated Stanley County 58-24. In Class B, the fifth-ranked Sanborn Central/Woonsocket Blackhawks defeated James Valley Christian 84-43 behind junior Shelby Selland’s 1,000th career point, and Hanson defeated Mount Vernon/Plankinton 78-50.
Chamberlain and Sanborn Central/Woonsocket both hold 18-1 records and finish their regular seasons Friday. Chamberlain plays at McLaughlin and SC/W plays Mitchell Christian in Mitchell.
Hanson concluded its regular season 18-2. Its next game is in the District 11B tournament.
Mount Vernon/Plankinton 50
ALEXANDRIA — Four players scored in double digits in Hanson’s 78-50 win over Mount Vernon/Plankinton in high school girls’ basketball action Tuesday.
Kynedi Cheeseman led Hanson’s scoring with 18 points. Cassidy Graham added 13 points. The Beavers shot 27-of-56 from the field and went 15-of-27 from the free-throw line.
Cheeseman and Sarah Kayser each pulled down six rebounds for the Beavers, who totaled 37 team rebounds. Cheeseman recorded five assists in the win. Kendra Cheeseman recorded five steals and four assits.
Hanson committed 12 turnovers, while MVP recorded 33.
Payleen O’Day earned top scoring honors for MVP with a game-high 21 points. Megan Bultsma added 15 points and led the team with 10 rebounds. Sarah Hill added six rebounds. Sachiko Risseeuw recorded three assists in the loss.
The Titans went 21-of-39 from the floor and made 50 percent of its 12 free-throw attempts by completing six. MVP recorded 26 team rebounds.
Hanson ends its regular season with an 18-2 record and begins districts Tuesday at the Corn Palace in Mitchell. Mount Vernon/Plankinton is 5-14 and hosts Parkston Thursday in Mount Vernon.
Hanson won the junior varsity game 46-22.
H 13 38 57 78
MVP 15 26 40 50
Stanley County 24
CHAMBERLAIN — Corrina Reuer scored 13 points to lead Chamberlain over Stanley County 58-24 in a high school girls’ basketball game Tuesday.
Logan Pickner scored 12 points for the Cubs, who went 24-of-49 from the floor and 9-of-15 from the free-throw line.
Jaymee Knippling grabbed nine of the team’s 38 total rebounds. Alex Pederson had six assists in the win. The Cubs turned the ball over 15 times. Chamberlain, which also won the junior varsity game, improves to 18-1 with the win and plays Friday at McLaughlin.
Stanley County is 2-16 and plays at Wall Thursday.
C 25 39 50 58
SC 6 14 18 24
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 84,
James Valley Christian 43
HURON — Shelby Selland scored her 1,000th career point as Sanborn Central/Woonsocket defeated James Valley Christian 84-43 Tuesday.
Marissa Weber led SCW’s scoring with 19 points. Myah Selland scored 16 points. Rachelle Moore added 14 points and Shelby Selland had 12 points. The Blackhawks shot 34-of-60 from the field and made 13 free throws on 16 attempts from the line.
Myah Selland led SCW’s defense with nine rebounds of the team’s 35 total. Candace Page-Marten recorded six assists and six steals in the win. Moore also had six assists and six steals. The Blackhawks turned the ball over 17 times.
SCW, which also won the junior varsity game, is 18-1 this season and plays at Mitchell Christian Friday.
Tara Nihart scored 20 points for James Valley Christian, while Jaclyn Loban added 13 points. JVC shot 14-of-51 from the field and 8-of-14 from the free-throw line and recorded 15 rebounds and 26 turnovers.
JVC is 10-9 this season and plays in the District 9B second round Tuesday at the Huron Arena.
SCW 20 51 71 84
JVC 12 14 34 43
Kimball/White Lake 67,
Wessington Springs 46
WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Maria Nightingale recorded a double-double in Kimball/White Lake’s 67-46 win over Wessington Springs in a high school girls’ basketball game Tuesday.
Nightingale scored 21 points and pulled down 11 rebounds. Jasmine Hinker added 14 points and five steals. Haley Mohnen recorded six assists.
No stats were reported for Wessington Springs.
KWL is 11-6 and plays for the District 10B championship Feb. 23 at the Corn Palace.
Freeman Academy 31
FREEMAN — Chloe Nielsen scored 15 points to lead Canistota over Freeman Academy 58-31in a high school girls’ basketball game Tuesday.
Natasha Letcher scored 13 for Canistota in the win. The Hawks shot 25-of-49 from the field and 8-of-11 from the free-throw line.
Nielsen grabbed eight of the teams’ 29 rebounds and Kayla Marquardt pulled down six. Nielsen had four steals in the win. Canistota turned the ball over 11 times. The Hawks are 6-13 and close the regular season Thursday against Irene-Wakonda in Irene.
Chelsea Wentz scored 16 points for Freeman Academy. Hannah Yoder added nine points. Freeman Academy shot 14-of-35 from the field and 0-of-5 from the free-throw line.
Wentz led the team defensively with five rebounds. The Bobcats totaled 16 team rebounds and 20 turnovers. Freeman Academy is 2-16 and finishes its regular season against Gayville-Volin Thursday in Gayville.
C 12 31 42 58
FA 8 11 25 31
Parkston 93, Andes Central 48
PARKSTON — Erica Herrold scored a game-high 37 points to lead Parkston over Andes Central 93-48 in high school girls’ basketball action Tuesday.
Logan Wagner scored 18 points for the Trojans. Parkston went 33-of-65 from the field and 13-of-20 from the free-throw line.
The Trojans had 43 team rebounds and eight turnovers. Herrold led the defensive effort with 10 rebounds. Herrold and Wagner recorded six assists apiece.
Kelly Winckler scored 15 points and recorded 14 rebounds to lead the Eagles. Josie Garcia added 13 points.
Andes Central shot 18-of-53 from the field and 9-of-23 from the line. The Eagles totaled 30 team rebounds and 23 turnovers.
Parkston is 13-6 and plays Mount Vernon/Plankinton Thursday in Mount Vernon, while Andes Central is 7-10 and plays Colome Saturday.
Parkston won the junior varsity game 67-19.
P 23 57 77 93
AC 11 22 32 48
CORSICA — Jessica Hoogers recorded a double-double in Corsica/Stickney’s 46-30 win over Tripp-Delmont/Armour in high school girls’ basketball action Tuesday.
Hoogers scored 12 points and pulled down 15 rebounds. Hope Menning added 12 points and Micayla Bamberg scored 11.
Corsica/Stickney shot 18-of-54 from the field and 11-of-16 from the free-throw line. The Jaguars totaled 40 team rebounds and 10 turnovers. Corsica/Stickney is 10-10 to end the regular season and sees its next action in district play Feb. 21 at the Corn Palace.
Hannah Just had 10 points and four rebounds for the Nighthawks. TDA shot 9-of-37 from the field and 11-of-18 from the free-throw line and totaled 19 team rebounds and 12 turnovers.
TDA is 2-17 and hosts Scotland Thursday in Tripp.
Corsica/Stickney won the junior varsity game 24-21.
CS 6 14 36 49
TDA 10 14 20 30
Dakota Christian 47, Scotland 46
SCOTLAND — Brooklyn Vander Pol had 21 points and Amber Baan Hofman had 13 points to lead Dakota Christian past Scotland 47-46 Tuesday.
DC was 12-of-32 from the field and had 19 turnovers. Jessica Kaemingk had five assists and Shayla Vander Pol had five steals.
Scotland was led by Carley Skorepa, who had 14 points and nine rebounds. Aisha Abbink had 13 points and six assists.
Dakota Christian plays Sunshine Bible Thursday, while Scotland plays Tripp-Delmont/Armour Thursday in Tripp.
Ethan 60, Freeman 44
ETHAN — Darbi Gustafson recorded a double-double to help Ethan beat Freeman 60-44 in a girls’ high school basketball game Tuesday.
Gustafson scored 21 points, grabbed 13 rebounds and blocked four shots.
Rachel Hawkins chipped in with 10 points and Katie Bicek added nine for the Rustlers.
Ethan was 22-of-49 from the field 10-of-19 from the free-throw line and had 31 rebounds.
Freeman was led by a pair of double-digit scorers. Dina Soulek scored a team-high 13 points and Carli Lagger finished with 12.
The Flyers shot 29 percent from the field, finished with 26 rebounds and committed 16 turnovers.
Ethan also won the junior varsity game 51-35.
Ethan ends the regular season 15-4 and will play Menno 3 p.m. Saturday in Ethan in the District 11B tournament. Freeman finishes its regular season 8-10 and heads into the District 7B tournament as the second seed.
E 13 27 43 60
F 9 17 27 44
Lyman 40, Colome 38
COLOME — Despite leading for three quarters the Colome girls’ basketball team fell to Lyman 40-38 Tuesday in Colome.
Colome was led by Tracy Routh, who scored a game-high 13 points. Tara Farley led Colome in rebounding with 10.
Colome ends its season 4-14 and plays in the District 12B tournament Saturday. Lyman (7-12) takes on Jones County Thursday in Presho.
No stats for Lyman were reported.
L 12 20 31 38
C 5 14 24 40
Freeman 67, Irene-Wakonda 60
FREEMAN — Caleb Lang had 20 points and nine rebounds and Brennan Schmidt had 11 points and nine rebounds to lead Freeman past Irene-Wakonda 67-60 Tuesday in a boys’ high school basketball game.
Shaun Becker had 12 points for the Flyers in the win. Freeman (10-7) was 20-of-63 from the field, 3-of-6 from the free-throw line and had 28 rebounds to I-W’s 27.
Irene-Wakonda was led by Gabe King’s 15 points.
Freeman, which won the JV game, plays at Alcester-Hudson Thurdsay in its next action, while Irene-Wakonda (9-9) plays Bridgewater-Emery in Bridgewater Thursday.
F 16 32 45 67
IW 17 30 41 60
Dakota Christian 55, Marty 47
MARTY — Dakota Christian had two players with double-doubles in a 55-47 win over Marty Tuesday.
Jake Spoelstra had 13 points and 13 rebounds and Carter Dykstra had 10 points and 10 rebounds in the win. Darren Fallis had 12 points and seven rebounds for the Cadets, who picked up their ninth win of the year and shot 23-of-54 from the field.
Dakota Christian was 8-of-14 from the foul line and had 47 rebounds and 14 turnovers.
Dakota Christian (9-9) plays Colome Friday. Marty (8-10) hosts Crazy Horse Friday in Marty.
DC 10 22 34 55
M 8 16 31 47
Hanson 45, Parker 36
PARKER — Matt Huber and Jordan Marquardt each had 14 points to lead Hanson past parker 45-36 Tuesday night.
Jacob Paradeis added eight points and 10 rebounds for the Beavers, who opened the season with eight wins, dropped five straight and are now on a four-game win streak.
Hanson was 15-of-29 from the field, 11-of-22 from the free-throw line and had 25 rebounds to Parker’s 22.
Hanson (12-5) plays Corsica/Stickney Thursday at Mitchell’s Corn Palace in its next game.
H 12 22 30 45
P 16 25 29 36
Vermillion 48, Wagner 34
VERMILLION — Wagner scored 10 points combined in the second and third quarters in a 48-34 loss to Vermillion Tuesday.
Chris Kuca had 15 points for Wagner, which was 10-of-42 from the field. Terence Krcil had seven rebounds and Noah St. Pierre had eight points.
Vermillion’s J.T. Sorensen had 17 points.
V 12 33 41 48
W 11 16 21 34
McCook Central/Montrose 59,
SALEM — Zach Bies scored 16 points to lead McCook Central/Montrose over Tri-Valley 59-32 in a high school boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
Brandon Rief scored 12 points and Jacob Heumiller added 10 for the Fighting Cougars, which shot 21-of-34 from the field. MCM made eight of its 12 free-throw attempts for 67 percent.
Heumiller had four assists in the win. MCM, which also won the junior varsity game 39-31, recorded 30 team rebounds and committed 10 turnovers. The 12-5 Cougars play at West Central Friday in Hartford.
Tri-Valley (7-11) plays at Baltic Monday.
MCM 20 37 49 59
TV 15 20 29 32
South Central 47, Colome 33
BURKE — South Central had three players score in double digits as the Cougars defeated Colome 47-33 in a high school boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
Sam Hazen led South Central’s scoring with 14 points. Tyler Frank and Dakota Votaw each had 11 points. Hazen led the defense with 12 rebounds.
South Central shot 21-of-59 from the field and 2-of-7 from the free-throw line. The Cougars totaled 30 team rebounds and six team turnovers.
Reed Harter and Paul Temple scored 12 points apiece for the Cowboys. Colome shot 12-of-40 from the field and 7-of-15 from the free-throw line.
South Central (17-1) hosts Avon Thursday in Burke, while Colome (7-11) hosts Cody-Kilgore (Neb.) Thursday.
South Central won the junior varsity game 35-13.
SC 16 17 37 47
C 10 22 29 33
Viborg-Hurley 75, Menno 39
HURLEY — Viborg-Hurley only committed three turnovers en route to defeating Menno 75-39 in a boys’ high school basketball game Tuesday.
Trevor Jacobsen led Viborg-Hurley in scoring with 20 points. Jack Heuther finished with 11 and Andrew Hora added 10.
Heuther also had four assists for the Cougars, who were 30-of-54 from the field and 10-of-12 from the free-throw line.
Menno was led by Austin Herrboldt, who finished with 18 points. The Wolves were 14-of-38 from the field, grabbed 23 rebounds and committed 16 turnovers.
Viborg-Hurley won the junior varsity game as well with a score of 47-31.
Menno (6-11) takes on Scotland Friday in Menno. Viborg-Hurley (15-2) plays Marion Thursday in Viborg.
VH 17 43 62 75
M 5 22 28 39
Canistota 79, Howard 49
HOWARD — Jason VanWinkle scored 24 points to lead Canistota over Howard 79-49 in a high school boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
Alex Robertson scored 18 points for the Hawks and Cody Bunger added 13 points.
VanWinkle grabbed nine of the team’s 40 total rebounds. Canistota, which committed seven turnovers, is 17-1 and hosts Centerville Friday. Canistota won the junior varsity game 52-22.
Cole Potter scored 13 points for Howard. Steve Larsen had 12 points. Howard shot 18-of-46 from the field and 7-of-11 from the free-throw line. The Tigers recorded 18 team rebounds and 16 turnovers.
Howard is 6-13 this season and plays at Flandreau Thursday.
C 22 51 69 79
H 15 22 28 49
CORSICA — Austin Tilton scored 19 points as Corsica/Stickney defeated Tripp-Delmont/Armour 72-47 in a high school boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
Lane Thomas added 10 points for the Jaguars. Adam Bormann had 13 points, six assists and five rebounds. Tilton had six rebounds in the win.
Corsica/Stickney shot 29-of-58 from the field and 10-of-14 for 71 percent. The Jaguars totaled 31 team rebounds and six turnovers. Corsica/Stickney is 11-6 and plays Hanson Thursday at the Corn Palace in Mitchell.
Trevor Payer led TDA with 16 points and grabbed six rebounds. Shane Koster added 13 points. Gunnar Dally had 10 points and seven rebounds.
TDA shot 18-of-43 from the field and was perfect from the free-throw line with 5-of-5. The Nighthawks had 25 team rebounds and 19 turnovers. TDA is 7-10 and plays at Armour vs. Ethan Friday.
Corsica/Stickney won the junior varsity game 53-25.
CS 8 22 50 72
TDA 17 23 36 47
Todd County 67, Gregory 60
GREGORY — Todd County defeated Gregory 67-60 in a high school boys’ basketball game Tuesday.
Jaden Bartling scored 13 points in the loss. Gavin Thomas added 10 points. Robert Vomacka had 11 points and six rebounds.
Gregory shot 26-of-64 from the field and 6-of-11 from the free-throw line. The Gorillas totaled 27 team rebounds and 15 turnovers. Gregory won the junior varsity game 51-37.
Todd County (10-8) plays at Pine Ridge Thursday, while Gregory (5-12) plays at Bon Homme Friday in Tyndall.
TC 13 32 49 67
G 9 17 33 60
Winner 66, Platte-Geddes 53
WINNER — Ben Connot scored a game-high 27 points to lead Winner over Platte-Geddes 66-53 in high school boys’ basketball action Tuesday.
Isiah Old Lodge recorded 11 points and 12 rebounds. Tanner Fritz scored 11 points and Brendan Harter added 10 points.
Winner shot 22-of-48 from the field and 18-of-26 for 69 percent from the free-throw line. The Warriors totaled 37 team rebounds and 12 turnovers.
Richard Sternberg scored 15 points to lead Platte-Geddes. Tate VanZee added 11 points. Hunter Johnson had seven rebounds to lead the defensive effort.
Platte-Geddes shot 16-of-40 from the field and 17-of-27 for 63 percent from the free-throw line. The Black Panthers recorded 23 team rebounds and committed 14 turnovers.
Winner is 9-8 and plays at Redfield-Doland Thursday. Platte-Geddes is 11-7 and hosts Wagner Friday in Platte.
W 22 35 42 66
PG 16 30 41 53
Lyman 67, Highmore-Harrold 52
HIGHMORE — Jalen Uthe scored 41 points to lead Lyman over Highmore-Harrold 67-52 in a high school boys’ basketball game.
Charlie LaRoche grabbed six rebounds and had five assists.
Lyman is 7-10 and hosts Kadoka Friday.
L 10 37 53 67
HH 24 36 44 52
Kimball/White Lake 63,
Wessington Springs 33
WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Jesse Taylor scored 26 points to lead Kimball/White Lake over Wessington Springs 63-33 in high school boys’ basketball action Tuesday.
Jacob Kirsch scored 14 points for KWL, while Kyle Peters had 10 points. The WiLdKats made 24 field goals and went 12-of-24 from the free-throw line.
Zach Paulson scored nine points to lead the Spartans. Braden Jones added eight points and Austin Messmer had seven points. Paulson had six rebounds to lead the defense.
Wessington Springs shot 13-of-42 from the floor and 4-of-6 from the free-throw line. The Spartans totaled 23 team rebounds and 15 turnovers.
KWL, which also won the junior varsity game 43-38 in overtime, is 12-5 this season and plays Andes Central Thursday in Mitchell. Wessington Springs is 3-15 and hosts Iroquois Thursday.
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