TDA girls stun top seeded Dakota Christian in 12B playoffsNEW HOLLAND — Fifth-seeded Tripp-Delmont/Armour knocked off top-seeded Dakota Christian 59-51 in the girls’ District 12B basketball tournament Tuesday.
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NEW HOLLAND — Fifth-seeded Tripp-Delmont/Armour knocked off top-seeded Dakota Christian 59-51 in the girls’ District 12B basketball tournament Tuesday.
In its fourth win of the year, TDA trailed 36-32 after three quarters but rallied for the victory. Hannah Just had 23 points to lead the Nighthawks in the win.
Kelli Batterman had 15 points and 11 rebounds, Jessica Sandau had 10 points and LaNae Fuerst had seven rebounds and five assists.
TDA was 16-of-56 from the field, 21-of-32 from the free-throw line and had 22 turnovers.
Dakota Christian’s Brooklyn Vander Pol had 13 points and seven rebounds, Sammie DeLange had 12 points and three blocks and Amber Baan Hofman had eight rebounds. Jessica Kaemingk had four rebounds for the Cadets, who were 16-of-45 from the field, 18-of-25 from the free-throw line and had 19 turnovers.
TDA (4-18) plays South Central in the District 12B at 6:30 p.m. Friday at the Corn Palace in Mitchell.
Dakota Christian ended its season at 12-9.
TDA 13 25 32 59
DC 11 20 36 51
South Central 55, Andes Central 31
BURKE — Ashley Green had 13 points and Chloe Kenzy had 10 points in South Central’s 55-31 win over Andes Central Tuesday in the girls’ District 12B tournament.
South Central was 21-of-56 from the field, 12-of-25 from the free-throw line and had 18 turnovers. South Central had 33 rebounds to Andes Central’s 26.
Andes Central Kellie Winckler had a game-high 20 points and 10 rebounds.
The Eagles were 8-of-36 from the field, 15-of-28 from the foul line and had 27 turnovers.
South Central (12-9) plays in the District 12B against Tripp-Delmont/Armour at 6:30 p.m. Friday at the Corn Palace in Mitchell. Andes Central ends its season at 8-11.
SC 12 25 35 55
AC 4 16 23 31
Parkston 66, Platte-Geddes 52
PARKSTON — Erica Herrold led Parkston to a 66-52 win over Platte-Geddes Tuesday night in the first round of the District 10A girls’ basketball tournament.
Erica Herrold had 18 points and 12 rebounds. McKenzie Weidenbach had 17 points and four rebounds and Logan Wagner added 17 points.
Parkston was 18-of-53 from the field, 24-of-27 from the free-throw line and had 11 turnovers.
Platte-Geddes’ Kelly Knudson had a game-high 20 points and seven rebounds. Shelby Rabenberg had 13 points and eight rebounds and Josie DeGroot had 15 points.
The Black Panthers were 20-of-51 from the field, 11-of-14 from the foul line and had 14 turnovers.
Parkston (15-6) plays Wagner in the District 10A championship game Thursday in Wagner, while Platte-Geddes ends its season at 13-8.
P 16 31 49 66
PG 10 18 42 52
Wagner 55, Bon Homme 37
WAGNER — The Wagner girls’ basketball team scored 20 fourth-quarter points en route to a 55-37 win over Bon Homme Tuesday in girls’ District 10A action.
Nicole Weber had 18 points, Jessa Doom had 15 points and Gina Soukup had 10 points for the Red Raiders, who shot 42 percent from the field in the win. Ali Kuca had 14 rebounds and Doom had seven. Wagner finished with 17 turnovers and 34 rebounds.
Bon Homme was led by Shawna Rezac, who had eight points. Karlee Kozak and Emily Pechous each had six points. Jody Kriz had four rebounds.
The Cavaliers were 15-of-50 from the field, 6-of-13 from the free-throw line and had 20 rebounds.
Wagner is 16-5 and hosts Parkston Thursday in Wagner for the District 10A championship. Bon Homme ended its season 8-13.
W 12 20 35 55
BH 11 18 30 37
Howard 59, Colman-Egan 43
HOWARD — Howard came back from a one-point deficit at the end of the third quarter to defeat Colman-Egan 59-43 in the first round of the District 4B tournament Tuesday in Howard.
Jenna Clark scored a game-high 20 points for the Tigers. Taylor Noid added 15 points. Kelsey Dawson scored 13 points and had a team-high nine rebounds.
Howard shot 23-of-43 from the field and 14-of-24 from the free-throw line. The Tigers totaled 31 team rebounds and committed 18 turnovers.
Howard is 6-15 and plays Oldham-Ramona/Rutland Thursday at 7 pm in Ramona. CE ends its season at 5-15.
H 6 24 38 59
CE 13 24 39 43
Scotland 61, Avon 57 (2OT)
Scotland came away with a 61-57 double overtime win over Avon Tuesday in the second round of the District 10B girls’ basketball tournament.
Carley Skorepa scored 10 points to lead the Highlanders. Aisha Abbink added 16 points and Kennidy Asche scored 11 points. Scotland shot 24-of-47 from the field for 51 percent and 9-of-17 from the free-throw line for 53 percent.
Skorepa led Scotland’s defense with six rebounds for the team’s 20. Abbink recorded six assists in the win. Scotland turned the ball over 13 times.
Chesney Nagel scored a game-high 31 points for Avon. The Pirates shot 18-of-45 from the field for 40 percent and 17-of-27 from the free-throw line for 63 percent. Avon totaled nine team rebounds and committed 20 turnovers.
Scotland (15-6) will play Hanson in the District 11B Championship Friday at 8 p.m. at the Corn Palace. Avon ends its season 15-6.
S 12 28 37 47 51 61
A 16 24 38 47 51 57
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 80, Wolsey-Wessington 24
HURON — Rachelle Moore scored a game-high 20 points to lead Sanborn Central/Woonsocket over Wolsey-Wessington 80-24 in the second round of the District 9B girls’ basketball tournament Tuesday in Huron.
Marissa Weber scored 15 points for the Blackhawks, who improve to 20-1 with the win. Shelby Selland added 14 points. SCW shot 34-of-65 from the field and made 12 free throws in 14 times at the line.
Weber led the team’s defense with 11 rebounds of a team total 30. Moore also tallied eight steals and eight assists. Morgan Selland had five assists on the night.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket recorded 16 turnovers to Wolsey-Wessington’s 24. Tim McCain, SCW co-head coach, got his 250th career win in the game.
Ashley Eggleston was the leading scorer for the Warbirds with seven points. Brittany Bergquist grabbed five rebounds for Wolsey-Wessington.
The Warbirds shot 6-of-38 from the field and 12-of-16 from the free-throw line. The team totaled 18 team rebounds.
SCW will plays James Valley Christian at 7 p.m. Saturday at Huron Arena to decide the District 9B champion. Wolsey-Wessington ends its season 5-15.
SCW 22 48 70 80
WW 4 8 14 24
James Valley Christian 46,
Wessington Springs 44
HURON — Tara Nihart scored 17 points to lead James Valley Christian over Wessington Springs 46-44 in the second round of the District 9B girls’ basketball tournament Tuesday.
Jaclyn Loban scored 13 points for the Vikings, who shot 17-of-57 from the field and 4-of-9 from the free-throw line. Loban recorded five assists in the win.
Betsy Nelson grabbed seven rebounds for JVC out of a team total 16. Hannah Loban recorded five steals and the Vikings tallied 12 team turnovers.
Sheyanne Brodkorb was the leading scorer for Wessington Springs with 13 points. Devin Tebay added 12 points and Cassidy Musick scored eight. Brodkorb and Shyanne Kopfmann each pulled down seven rebounds for the Spartans. Morgan Tebay recorded two assists.
The Spartans shot 17-of-41 from the field and 9-of-12 from the free-throw line. Wessington Springs grabbed a team total 32 rebounds and committed 13 turnovers.
JVC (11-9) will take on Sanborn Central/Woonsocket in the District 9B Championship at 7 p.m. Saturday at Huron Arena. Wessington Springs ends its season at 8-13.
JVC 12 24 30 46
WS 6 16 32 44
Winner 91, St. Francis 40
WINNER — Three Winner players scored in double figures to help lift the Warriors to a 91-40 victory over St. Francis in the semifinals of the District 13A girls’ basketball tournament Tuesday.
Kennede Mathis and Kesley Bertram led the way with 17 points each. Sara Husher chipped in with 10.
Cassidy Hanson had seven rebounds for the Warriors, who outrebounded St. Francis 32-12.
Winner (15-6) advanced to the 13A final Thursday.
W 19 48 70 91
SF 10 17 23 40
Mount Vernon/Plankinton 26
TRI-VALLEY — Tri-Valley advanced to the finals of the District 9A girls’ basketball tournament after beating Mount Vernon/Plankinton 45-26 Tuesday.
Sammy Kasowske scored a game-high 18 points for Tri-Valley.
Dani Stolz scored 12 points to lead the way for MVP. Sachiko Risseeuw chipped in with eight.
Jordan Achterberg grabbed seven rebounds and Megan Bultsma came away with six for the Titans.
Mount Vernon/Plankinton ends its season 5-16.
MVP 2 12 22 26
TV 9 17 36 45
Freeman 55, Bridgewater-Emery 34
TEA — The Freeman girls shot 51 percent from the field as they beat Bridgewater-Emery 55-34 Tuesday in the semifinals of the District 7B basketball tournament.
Dina Soulek finished with a game-high 17 points, while Erika Sage added 10 for Freeman.
Soulek also grabbed six rebounds, had five assists and four steals
Nicole Saarie grabbed seven of the Flyers’ 27 rebounds.
Justine Dye led Bridgewater-Emery in scoring with 10 points. No other player for the Huskies scored double digits.
Bridgewater-Emery was 12-of-52 from the field and committed 15 turnovers.
Freeman (9-10) advances to the District 7B finals where it takes on Parker Friday in Tea. Bridgewater-Emery ends its season 8-13.
BE 0 8 18 34
F 14 33 45 55
Parker 63, Marion 39
TEA — Parker defeated Marion 63-39 in the semifinals of the District 7B girls’ basketball tournament.
Bridgewater-Emery was led by Kylie Hughes, who scored 20 points and had three rebounds.
The Huskies were 15-of-45 from the field, 7-of-17 from the free-throw line and committed 20 turnovers.
Parker (13-8) advances to the District 7B finals where it meets Freeman Friday in Tea. Marion finishes its season 8-12.
M 6 22 35 39
BE 19 30 46 63
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