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Area high school basketball roundup 2/19/13: Parkston boys beat Parker 65-45

Brooke Cersosimo/Republic South Central's Sam Hazen looks to get around two Viborg-Hurley players in a Class B high school boys' basketball game during the Culver's DWU doubleheader Monday at the Corn Palace in Mitchell.

PARKER -- Spencer Lucas had 24 points and 10 rebounds to lead Parkston to its 11th win of the year Monday, defeating Parker 65-45 in a boys' high school basketball game.

Parkston's Zach Scott had 14 points, Dillan Thuringer had 10 points and Tanner Weber had nine rebounds, five assists and six points. Kyle Hohn also had five assists.

In the win, the Trojans were 24-of-49 from the field, 11-of-18 from the free-throw line and had 13 turnovers. They won the rebounding battle 37-29 and scored 24 fourth-quarter points.

Parker's Jake Anderson and Zach O'Keefe each had 12 points and Karter Lingen had 10 points.

Parker was 19-of-58 from the field, 6-of-18 from the free-throw line and had eight turnovers.

Parkston (11-9) plays in the first round of the district tournament next, while Parker is 10-10.

Parkston 10 24 41 65

Parker 8 19 35 45

Hanson 58, Scotland 36

ALEXANDRIA -- Hanson's Sam Vander Stouwe had 14 points to lead the Beavers to a 58-36 win over Scotland Monday.

Hanson's Matt Huber had 12 points and added eight rebounds and Jordan Marquardt had 11 points and seven assists.

Hanson was 26-of-53 from the field, 4-of-6 from the foul line and had 10 turnovers. Hanson also won the JV game 48-26.

Scotland's Anthony Walloch had a team-high 16 points and Garrett Kotalik had 10 points.

The Highlanders were 9-of-25 from the field, 6-of-13 from the free-throw line and had 17 turnovers.

Hanson (14-5) plays Mount Vernon/Plankinton Thursday in Mount Vernon, while Scotland (2-21) hosts Ethan Thursday.

H 11 29 43 58

S 4 17 28 36

Menno 66, Andes Central 46

LAKE ANDES -- Menno picked up its fifth win of the season Monday, defeating Andes Central 66-46 in a boys' high school basketball game.

Menno's Chet Peterson had a game-high 26 points and Austin Herrboldt had 13 points and five rebounds. Caleb Preszler had six rebounds for Menno, which was 10-of-22 from the field and had 12 turnovers.

Andes Central's Neulan Dion had 12 points and Darrin Hopkins had seven rebounds.

The Eagles were 11-of-27 from the field and had 23 turnovers in the loss. Andes Central won the JV game 25-10.

Menno (5-12) and Andes Central (8-12) both play in their district tournaments next against opponents yet to be announced.

M 9 34 49 66

AC 9 23 35 46

Viborg-Hurley 61, South Central 39

Andrew Hora had 19 points and 10 rebounds and Trevor Jacobsen had 10 points to lead No. 4-ranked Viborg-Hurley past South Central 61-39 Monday at the Corn Palace in Mitchell.

It was the second loss of the year for South Central, which was led by Dakota Votaw and Tyler Frank, who each had 13 points.

Viborg-Hurley was 26-of-47 from the field and 4-of-7 from the free-throw line.

South Central also got a team-high seven rebounds from Frank. The Cougars were 16-of-43 from the field in the loss.

South Central (17-2) hosts Avon Thursday in Burke, while Viborg-Hurley ends its regular season at 18-2.

VH 21 31 46 61

SC 3 17 24 39

Ethan 45, Freeman 44

Ethan held off Freeman 45-44 Monday in a boys' high school basketball game Monday at the Corn Palace in Mitchell.

Three players scored in double figures for Ethan, including Blake Bartscher, Colton Bierle and Anthony Huber.

Bartscher had 12 points, Bierle had 11 points and Huber had 10 points and eight rebounds. Jace Connor added eight points and eight rebounds.

Ethan was 17-of-51 from the field, 9-of-14 from the free-throw line and had six turnovers.

Freeman was led by Brennan Schmidt and Shaun Becker, who each had nine points. Schmidt and Caleb Lang each had eight rebounds.

The Flyers were 17-of-47 from the field, 7-of-15 from the free-throw line and had eight turnovers.

Ethan is 11-7 and plays at Scotland Thursday, while Freeman finishes the regular season at 12-8 and plays in the district tournament next.

E 10 22 36 45

F 9 20 31 44

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 76,

Bridgewater-Emery 56

EMERY -- Nick Miller had 19 points and four rebounds to lead Sanborn Central/Woonsocket past Bridgewater-Emery 76-56 Monday.

Davion Brooks had 17 points and Tucker Kingsbury added 12 points to help the Blackhawks to their 14th win of the year.

SCW, which won the JV game 55-38, was 27-of-49 from the field, 19-of-28 from the free-throw line and had seven turnovers.

Bridgewater-Emery's Clayton Dye had 25 points and 10 rebounds and Jacob Schweitzer had 11 points and six assists.

The Huskies were 21-of-50 from the field, 12-of-24 from the free-throw line and had 16 turnovers. B-E had 22 total rebounds to SCW's 20.

SCW (14-6) plays in the district tournament next, while B-E (6-13) plays in the district tournament at 1 p.m. Saturday in Tea against an opponent yet to be determined.

SCW 17 34 64 76

BE 14 25 43 56

Canistota 67, Colman-Egan 40

CANISTOTA -- Canistota led by 18 at halftime and cruised to a 67-40 win over Colman-Egan Monday.

Canistota's Alex Robertson had 18 points, eight rebounds and eight assists, Jason VanWinkle had 15 points and 11 rebounds and Boone DeKramer had six steals and six rebounds.

The Hawks, who also won the JV game, were 27-of-67 from the field, 10-of-16 from the foul line and had 45 rebounds. They had 10 turnovers and 17 steals.

Colman-Egan was led by Riley Clark, who had 13 points and six rebounds.

Canistota (19-1) plays in the district tournament next, while Colman-Egan is 6-14 and also plays in the district tournament next.

C 20 35 51 67

CE 4 17 28 40

Kimball/White Lake 61,

Tripp-Delmont/Armour 41

KIMBALL -- Jesse Taylor had 20 points, six assists and nine rebounds to lead Kimball/White Lake past Tripp-Delmont/Armour Monday.

In the win, the WiLdKats' Jacob Kirsch had 14 points and Nathan Brodkorb had eight points. Kirsch and Kyle Peters each had five rebounds.

Kimball/White Lake was 24-of-56 from the field, 9-of-19 from the free-throw line and had 10 turnovers. KWL won the JV game 40-31.

TDA was led by Shane Koster, who had 13 points. Austin Barlow had nine points and Trevor Payer had six rebounds.

The Nighthawks were 16-of-39 from the field in the loss. They hit two of eight free throws and had 18 turnovers.

KWL (14-5) plays Corsica/Stickney Thursday at the Corn Palace in Mitchell, while TDA (9-12) plays in the district tournament Saturday.

KWL 17 29 42 61

TDA 9 12 19 41

Corsica/Stickney 51, Dakota Christian 39

NEW HOLLAND -- Corsica/Stickney outscored Dakota Christian 17-10 in the fourth quarter to pull away for a 51-39 win Monday.

Corsica/Stickney's Austin Tilton had 18 points and Adam Bormann had 14 points and seven rebounds. Lane Thomas added seven rebounds for the Jaguars, who were 15-of-46 from the field and 16-of-21 from the free-throw line.

C/S won the rebounding battle 39-28 and had 14 turnovers to DC's 11.

Dakota Christian's Jake Spoelstra had 12 points and eight rebounds. No other individual stats were reported.

The Cadets were 17-of-46 from the field, 7-of-9 from the free-throw line and evened their record to 10-10 on the season. DC plays in the district tournament next. Corsica/Stickney, which also won the JV game, is 12-7 and plays Kimball/White Lake Thursday at the Corn Palace in Mitchell next.

CS 16 24 34 51

DC 6 16 29 39

McCook Central/Montrose 54,

Mount Vernon/Plankinton 48

SALEM -- McCook Central/Montrose trailed by six at halftime and five after three quarters, but came back for a 54-48 win over Mount Vernon/Plankinton Monday.

Brandon Reif had 19 points, Zach Bies and Billy Kapperman each had 10 points and Will Gottlob added 10 rebounds. Bies recorded three assists and Jacob Heumiller had three steals.

MCM was 17-of-38 from the field, 19-of-24 from the free-throw line and had 10 turnovers. MCM also won the JV game.

Deric Denning had 19 points and Jared Long had 12 points, six rebounds, 10 assists and four steals for MVP. Kellam Karst added seven rebounds in the Titans' loss.

MVP was 1-of-4 from the free-throw line, had 14 turnovers and was outrebounded 30-27.

The Titans (12-7) host Hanson Thursday, while MCM (14-5) plays at Baltic Friday.

MCM 12 24 33 54

MVP 14 30 38 48

Chamberlain 65, Lyman 41

PRESHO -- Skyler Bertram had 15 points and Reuben Estes had 11 points to lead Chamberlain past Lyman 65-41 Monday.

Dalton Andera added six rebounds for Chamberlain, which was 13-of-16 from the free-throw line. No other team stats were reported.

Lyman's Jaylen Uthe had 11 points and Jaelani Uthe had eight rebounds. Lyman was 8-of-17 from the free-throw line.

Chamberlain (14-5) hosts Stanley County Friday, while Lyman is 8-11 and plays at White River Friday.

C 14 33 46 65

L 11 14 25 41

Platte-Geddes 48, Gregory 34

GREGORY -- Coby Johnson had 17 points and nine rebounds to lead Platte-Geddes past Gregory 48-34 in a high school boys' basketball game Monday in Gregory.

Richard Sternberg scored 11 points and Hunter Johnson grabbed seven rebounds in the win. The Black Panthers were 15-of-41 from the field and 17-of-25 from the foul line. Platte-Geddes recorded 29 rebounds and 18 turnovers.

Gregory was led by Mitchell Klundt with six points. The Gorillas were 11-of-33 from the field and 8-of-10 from the line. Gregory had 14 rebounds and 27 turnovers.

Gregory won the JV game 42-33.

Platte-Geddes (13-7) plays Bon Homme in the first round of the District 10B tournament Feb. 26, while Gregory (5-14) plays at Wagner Friday in its final game of the regular season.

PG 17 30 42 48

G 2 10 20 34

Wagner 54, Marty 51

MARTY -- Will Hollmann scored a game-high 17 points and had 12 rebounds for a double-double to lead the Wagner boys' basketball team past Marty Indian 54-51 Monday.

Spencer Peters scored 15 points for the Red Raiders, who were 18-of-44 from the field. Wagner made 13 of 22 free throws and committed 12 turnovers in the game. The Red Raiders outrebounded the Braves 32-22.

The Braves were led by Colt Salcedo with 16 points. Xiomar Zephier scored 14 points and Isaiah Heth recorded 11 point s and had a team-best six rebounds. Marty was 22-of-46 from the field and 4-of-8 from the free-throw line.

Marty (9-11) plays in the District 12B tournament next, while Wagner (9-10) hosts Gregory Friday in its final game of the regular season.

W 9 21 37 54

M 18 26 34 51