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Area basketball roundup: Menno downs MCM at Parkston Classic

PARKSTON — Menno outscored McCook Central/Montrose 30-17 in the second half for a win at the Parkston Classic Friday.

Menno (3-1): Spencer Schultz had 16 points for the Wolves, while Kyle Munkvold had 15 points. Up next: Menno plays Irene-Wakonda on Tuesday in Irene.

MCM (1-4): Rylee Klinkhammer scored 10 points, while Bryce Smart had eight points and Tucker Seamer scored seven for the Fighting Cougars. Up next: MCM plays Sioux Valley on Thursday in Salem.

M 8 20 35 50

MCM 8 22 34 39

Redfield/Doland 54, Platte-Geddes 42

PARKSTON — Redfield/Doland had four players in double-figure scoring to power a victory at the Parkston Classic Friday over Platte-Geddes.

R/D (4-1): Dalton Hower scored 19 points, with Max Baloun scoring 11 points and Zack Jordon and Maciah Uttecht each scoring 10 points for the Pheasants. Up next: R/D plays Aberdeen Roncalli on Friday in Redfield.

P-G (2-1): Trevor Sprik scored 13 points for the Black Panthers, while Kelby VanderWerff scored 11 points in the loss. Up next: The Black Panthers play Mount Vernon/Plankinton on Tuesday in Plankinton.

RD 11 28 38 54

PG 17 20 31 42

Warner 69, Mount Vernon/Plankinton 64

PARKSTON — Warner pulled away late for a win over Mount Vernon/Plankinton in boys basketball at the Parkston Classic Friday.

Warner (4-0): Alex Bohle had 19 points, while Danzan Gilborne scored 13 points and Daylin Simon added 10 points for the Monarchs. Up next: The Monarchs play at Ipswich on Thursday.

MVP (2-3): Dane Rihanek had a game-high 24 points, while Kyle Glanzer scored 11 points. Nolan Sampson and Brady Anderson each had eight points. Up next: MVP plays Platte-Geddes on Tuesday in Plankinton.

W 11 31 47 69

MVP 18 29 48 64

Parkston 53, RC Christian 50

PARKSTON — A third-quarter surge helped Parkston pick up a win in its own Parkston Classic Friday in boys basketball action.

Parkston (4-2): Brady Albrecht had 20 points and six rebounds. Nate Doering had a double-double with 11 points and 15 rebounds and Braden Bruening added 11 points for the Trojans. Up next: Parkston plays Vermillion on Jan. 5 in Parkston.

Rapid City Christian (2-1): Zane Schlabach had 20 points and eight rebounds, while Levi Vanden Bos had 14 points and Jack Roisum landed 12 rebounds. Up next: RCC plays Faulkton Area today in Huron.

RCC 10 21 31 50

P 11 21 40 53

ACDC 54, Gregory 35

NEW HOLLAND — Andes Central/Dakota Christian picked up its first boys basketball win of the season on Friday over Gregory at New Holland.

ACDC (1-3): Chase Pheifer scored 18 points and Daaron Tronvold added 12 points. Cliff Johnson had 10 points, while Jacey Garcia dished out eight assists. Up next: ACDC plays Burke/South Central on Thursday in Lake Andes.

Gregory (1-4): Jayd VanDerWerff led Gregory with nine points, while Max Klundt and Coy Determan had eight points apiece. Up next: The Gorillas play Winner on Jan. 6 in Gregory.

ACDC 10 26 44 54

G 6 21 30 35

Highmore-Harrold 53, Wessington Springs 21

WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Highmore-Harrold raced out to an early 16-4 lead and picked up a road win on Friday.

Wessington Springs (0-4): Gunnar Brandenburg scored a team-high six points, while Houston Mees chipped in five points. Up next: The Spartans take on Colome today in Wessington Springs.

H-H (2-2): The Pirates forced 25 turnovers and were led by Jharett Bloomendrader's 18 points and 18 rebounds. Up next: H-H hosts Stanley County on Tuesday in Highmore.

H-H 16 25 40 53

WS 4 20 20 21

Avon 69, Alcester-Hudson 41

AVON — Avon outrebounded Alcester-Hudson 46-19 and earned a home victory on Friday.

Avon (2-2): Brady Cameron poured in a game-high 23 points and added 14 rebounds for a double-double, while Logan Schuurmans posted a double-double of his own with 12 points and 11 rebounds. Up next: Avon takes on Colome on Tuesday in Avon.

A-H (0-6): Jaxon Doering led the team with 13 points. Up next: The Cubs host Menno on Jan. 5 in Alcester.

A-H 5 15 22 41

A 17 31 53 69

Bon Homme 70, Hot Springs 52

BROOKINGS — Three players scored in double figures to lead Bon Homme to a boys basketball win over Hot Springs on Friday in Brookings.

Bon Homme (3-0): Bryce Scieszinski powered the Cavaliers with 23 points and 10 rebounds. Colin Adams added 17 points and Christian Uecker scored 15 points. The Cavaliers won the rebounding battle, 35-25. Up next: Bon Homme plays Tri-Valley on Tuesday in Colton.

Hot Springs (1-3): Logan Barndt scored 16 points and Matt Norton added 11 points. Up next: The Bison play Douglas on Tuesday in Hot Springs.

HS 18 31 38 52

BH 17 25 50 70

Girls basketball

Andes Central/Dakota Christian 64, Gregory 40

NEW HOLLAND — Beulah Black Cloud scored a game-high 27 points to power Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Friday.

ACDC (2-2): Mackenzie Muckey added 15 points for the Thunder, who shot 55 percent from the field (24-of-44). Up next: The Thunder plays Freeman Academy/Marion on Tuesday in Lake Andes.

Gregory (0-4): Jessy VanDerWerff had 17 points and Sydney Svatos added 10. Up next: Gregory plays Lyman on Thursday in Gregory.

G 9 14 25 40

ACDC 19 36 55 64

Corsica-Stickney 52, Scotland 40

STICKNEY — Corsica-Stickney pulled away from Scotland for a girls basketball win on Friday in Stickney.

Corsica-Stickney (5-1): Rachel Gerlach scored 13 points. Courtney Menning had 12 points, six assists and four steals. Avery Broughton had 11 points and five rebounds, while Raven Barse collected six rebounds. Up next: The Jaguars play at Parkston on Tuesday.

Scotland (0-4): Taylor Bietz led Scotland with 14 points. Taylor Gall added 10 points and four rebounds. Up next: Scotland plays Gayville-Volin on Tuesday in Gayville.

CS 9 25 41 52

S 10 21 33 40

Highmore-Harrold 53, Wessington Springs 33

WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Highmore-Harrold downed Wessington Springs in a girls basketball game on Friday in Wessington Springs.

H-H (5-2): Rebecca Buchholz scored 20 points and hit three 3-pointers. Brianna Beckler had 14 points. Highmore-Harrold nailed seven 3-pointers. Up next: H-H takes on Sully Buttes on Jan. 5 in Highmore.

Wessington Springs (0-4): Grace Gran scored 13 points for the Spartans. Up next: Wessington Springs hosts Colome today in Wessington Springs.

HH 26 34 44 53

WS 9 17 19 33

Avon 55, Alcester-Hudson 45

AVON — Lauren Sees and Cheylee Nagel combined for 37 points to push Avon to a girls basketball win over Alcester-Hudson on Friday in Avon.

Avon (3-2): Sees scored a game-high 23 points, grabbed 10 rebounds and handed out six assists. Nagel added 14 points and eight rebounds for the Pirates, who held the Cubs to four fourth quarter points. Up next: Avon hosts Colome on Tuesday in Avon.

Alcester-Hudson (1-4): Amelia Stone had 11 points, four steals and three assists for the Cubs. Up next: The Cubs play Menno on Jan. 5 in Alcester.

A 15 35 40 55

AH 7 21 41 45

Faith 74, Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 48

HURON — Four players scored in double figures to lead Faith to a girls basketball win over Sanborn Central/Woonsocket on Friday at the Huron Holiday Classic at the Huron Arena.

Faith (5-0): Kailyn Groves scored 19 points and grabbed nine rebounds. Jayden Shoemaker had 17 points, while Sydnie Schauer had 11 points. Mikenzy Miller scored 10. Up next: The Longhorns play at Lemmon on Tuesday.

SCW (3-1): Tesa Jensen led the Blackhawks with 15 points. Megan Poyer scored four points and collected 10 rebounds. Up next: SCW plays Bridgewater-Emery on Tuesday in Emery.

SCW 12 25 32 48

F 24 37 57 74

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