Area basketball roundup: Wagner girls topple Titans
WAGNER — The Wagner girls basketball team held off Mount Vernon/Plankinton 50-36 in a game Tuesday.
Wagner (3-10): Kayli Kocer poured in 22 points for Wagner, while Janae Patterson tallied 16 points and nine rebounds. Bella LeBeaux also had seven rebounds. Up next: The Red Raiders play at Scotland on Friday.
Mount Vernon/Plankinton (5-6): Katlyn Briggs led MVP with 12 points. Dacey Rihanek put up five rebounds in the loss. Up next: The Titans play at Gregory on Thursday.
MVP 6 14 32 36
W 9 25 37 50
MCM 65, Freeman 61
FREEMAN — Despite trailing by 13 points heading to the final quarter, Class A No. 5 McCook Central/Montrose sneaked past Freeman in girls basketball action on Tuesday.
McCook Central/Montrose (11-1): Morgan Koepsell tallied 17 points and 14 rebounds for a double-double, and Jacy Pulse put up 14 points. Madisen Koepsell and McKenna Kranz added 12 points apiece, while Abigail Van Ruler added 10 points and five rebounds. Madisen Koepsell also added eight rebounds. Up next: MCM plays Garretson on Thursday in the first round of the Big East Conference Tournament in Chester.
Freeman (7-3): Josie Fuhrmann led the Flyers with 17 points, while Emily Miller added 14, and Ashley Glanzer tallied 13. Dayna Roth had six boards, and Glanzer and Miller added four boards apiece. Up next: Freeman plays at Canistota on Thursday.
MCM 10 28 37 65
F 15 34 50 61
Hanson 77, SCW 41
ALEXANDRIA — Five players scored in double figures as Hanson downed Sanborn Central/Woonsocket in a girls basketball game on Tuesday in Alexandria.
Hanson (10-3): Heather Kayser led a balanced scoring attack with 17 points, while Jada Campbell had 16 points and six rebounds. Brooke Weber added 14 points and seven rebounds, Megan Guericke scored 12 points and Brooke Slaba had 10 points. Ellie Tuschen dished out six assists. Up next: Hanson hosts Kimball/White Lake on Thursday.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (6-6): Abby Doering had 18 points and five boards. Megan Poyer handed out eight assists. Up next: The Blackhawks host Wessington Springs on Thursday in Woonsocket.
SCW 10 19 30 41
H 18 42 59 77
Avon 53, Burke/S. Central 37
BURKE — Class B No. 5 Avon knocked off Burke/South Central in girls basketball action Tuesday.
Avon (12-2): Cheylee Nagel led Avon with 21 points, seven rebounds and two steals, while Lauren Sees tallied 20 points, five rebounds and three assists. Up next: The Pirates play at Parkston on Friday.
Burke/South Central (10-3): Ryahna Schweigert and Tressa Bull put up eight points apiece. Taylee Indahl pulled down five rebounds, and Lahna Matucha had four rebounds. Up next: B/SC plays Boyd County, Nebraska on Thursday in Spencer, Iowa.
Parkston 44, Platte-Geddes 37
PARKSTON — Parkston clipped Platte-Geddes in girls basketball action Tuesday.
Parkston (4-8): Paige Semmler tallied 16 points and 14 rebounds for a double-double, while Izzy Hohn put up 15 points. Sydney Wickersham added six points and four assists. Up next: The Trojans host Avon on Friday.
Platte-Geddes (4-9): Maddi Miller led PG with 13 points, while Hailey Wagner added 11 points and Tori Weins pulled down six boards. Up next: The Black Panthers play at Colome on Friday.
PG 8 14 27 37
P 8 21 37 44
Howard 71, Parker 46
HOWARD — Howard cruised past Parker in girls basketball action on Tuesday.
Howard (6-5): Hilary Albrecht led Howard in scoring with 24 points, while Josie Erickson tallied 12 points, and Citori Rentz put up 11 points and 13 rebounds for a double-double. Up next: The Tigers play Parker on Thursday in the first round of the Big East Conference Tournament in Parker.
Parker (3-7): Grace Leberman totaled 18 points for Parker, and Karley Peters added nine points with seven rebounds. Up next: The Pheasants play Howard on Thursday in the first round of the Big East Conference Tournament in Parker.
P 10 25 33 46
H 23 44 56 71
ACDC 58, Wessington Springs 33
NEW HOLLAND — Andes Central/Dakota Christian picked up a home win over Wessington Springs Tuesday in girls basketball action.
Andes Central/Dakota Christian (6-5): Beulah Black Cloud scored 19 points and had nine rebounds, while Brianna Deurmier had 17 points and five steals. Tyra Medicine Horn scored 11 points and Mackenzie Muckey had seven assists. Up next: ACDC plays Bon Homme on Thursday in Tyndall.
Wessington Springs (3-9): Chasity Vissia had seven points and five steals, while Cadee Schelske had six points. Up next: The Spartans host Iroquois on Jan. 30.
WS 5 16 26 33
ACDC 15 30 45 58
Madison 64, Chamberlain 45
MADISON — Madison outran Chamberlain in a girls basketball game Tuesday.
Madison (5-7): Jessi Giles tallied 28 points and eight rebounds for Madison, while Olivia Rud added 15 points and seven rebounds. Nicole Brown had 10 rebounds. Up next: The Bulldogs play at Tea Area on Thursday.
Chamberlain (4-8): Alayne Daly and Mady Handel led the scoring, putting up 13 points apiece. Handel added five rebounds. Up next: The Cubs host Mobridge-Pollock on Friday.
C 9 20 27 45
M 17 32 47 64
Bridgewater-Emery 68, FA/Marion 58
EMERY — Bridgewater-Emery pushed past Freeman Academy/Marion for a win after being ahead only one point at halftime.
BE (5-7): Julia Weber led the scoring for the Huskies with 21 points, while Abigal Arend added 16, and Jada Wethor tallied 13 points and 10 rebounds for the double-double. Tessa Burnham also added 10 points. Up next: Bridgewater-Emery will travel to Alexandria to play Hanson on Friday.
FA/M: (2-9): Annie Carlson totaled 21 points for the Bearcats, while Rachel Miller added 17. Emily Heeg had six rebounds. Up next: FA/M will play Irene-Wakonda on Thursday in Wakonda
FA/M 17 30 40 58
BE 16 31 49 68
Madison 72, Chamberlain 70 (OT)
CHAMBERLAIN — Down 12 points midway through the fourth quarter, Class A No. 2 Madison was able to force overtime and survive an upset threat at Chamberlain Tuesday.
Madison (12-1): Five players scored at least 10 points, led by Aaron Fiegen's 18 points. Nic Comes scored 12, with Jadon Janke scoring 11 and 10 each from Jaxon Janke and Josh Giles. Up next: The Bulldogs host Sisseton on Saturday.
Chamberlain (5-7): Riggs Priebe had a game-high 24 points, with Carson Powers scoring 20 points and 10 points from Louie Running Horse. The Cubs shot 52 percent and were 9-for-17 on 3-pointers but 9-for-18 on free throws. Up next: The Cubs host Mobridge-Pollock on Friday.
M 15 32 42 62 72
C 18 35 51 62 70
MVP 65, Wagner 37
WAGNER — Mount Vernon/Plankinton overcame a five-point deficit for a 28-point boys basketball victory on Tuesday in Wagner.
Mount Vernon/Plankinton (6-5): Dane Rihanek led MVP, pouring in 32 points and seven rebounds, while Kaden Karst added nine points and six rebounds. Up next: The Titans host Winner on Friday in Plankinton.
Wagner (0-11): Alex Sully tallied 23 points and five rebounds for Wagner, while Sagon Ulrich and Mato Perry pulled down six rebounds apiece. Up next: The Red Raiders host Scotland on Thursday.
MVP 18 22 41 65
W 14 27 30 37
MCM 52, Freeman 50
FREEMAN — McCook Central/Montrose edged Freeman in boys basketball action on Tuesday in Freeman.
McCook Central/Montrose (5-7): Koltan Lindstrom had 16 points and 14 rebounds. Bryce Smart had 10 points and Rylee Klinkhammer had eight boards. Up next: MCM hosts Parkston on Jan. 30 in Salem.
Freeman (5-6): Bailey Sage, Dausyn Pravecek and Eric Fuhrmann scored 10 points apiece. Sage collected 12 rebounds. Up next: The Flyers host St. Francis Indian on Saturday.
MCM 14 31 43 52
F 8 18 34 50
SCW 50, Hanson 34
ALEXANDRIA — Sanborn Central/Woonsocket pulled away in the second half Tuesday for a boys basketball victory.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (10-2): Devin Weber scored 13 points and Noah Dickson had 12 points and 11 rebounds for the Blackhawks, who outrebounded Hanson 30-20 in the victory. Up next: The Blackhawks play at Ethan on Monday.
Hanson (6-7): Donnie Weber scored 14 points for the Beavers, who were 7-for-16 on free throws and shot 32 percent for the game. Up next: The Beavers host Bridgewater-Emery on Friday.
SCW 10 24 41 50
H 15 21 28 34
Colome 65, KWL 32
KIMBALL — Colome powered past Kimball/White Lake in a boys basketball game Tuesday.
Colome (11-1): Jackson Kinzer put up 19 points and seven rebounds, while Layton Thieman tallied 18 points and eight rebounds. Calvin Ringing Shield added 14 points for Colome. Up next: The Cowboys host Platte-Geddes on Friday.
Kimball/White Lake (8-4): Carter Fredericksen totaled 11 points for KWL, while Kory Peters added nine, and Kordel Kiehn pulled down seven rebounds. Up next: The WiLdKats play Wolsey-Wessington on Friday in Wolsey.
C 19 44 58 65
KWL 12 21 28 32
ACDC 63, Wessington Springs 45
NEW HOLLAND — Jumping out to a 20-7 first quarter lead, Andes Central/Dakota Christian cruised past Wessington Springs on Tuesday.
Wessington Springs (3-9): John Witte had 17 points and seven rebounds. Up next: The Spartans play Sanborn Central/Woonsocket on Thursday in Woonsocket.
Andes Central/Dakota Christian (6-5): Chase Pheifer scored 17 points, Cliff Johnson had 15 points, Daaron Tronvold added 12 points and Jacey Garcia finished with 11 points. Up next: ACDC plays Bon Homme on Thursday in Tyndall.
ACDC 20 35 48 63
WS 7 24 30 45
Canistota 62, Chester Area 39
CANISTOTA — Class B No. 5 Canistota topped Chester Area in a boys basketball contest on Tuesday in Canistota.
Canistota (11-1): Connor Carlson powered the Hawks with 14 points and eight rebounds. Carson Roshone added 11 points for Canistota. Up next: The Hawks host Dell Rapids St. Mary on Friday.
Chester Area (6-8): Chris Mohr scored 11 points and Alex Tammen added nine points. Up next: Chester Area hosts Colman-Egan on Jan. 29.
CHE 11 22 27 39
CAN 19 32 45 62
Parker 67, Howard 48
HOWARD — Four players in double figures helped to power Parker to victory over Howard in boys basketball action Tuesday.
Parker (11-2): Camden Bialas led the scoring with 22 points, while Trey Christensen, Chayse McKenny, and Joe Joffer each had 11 points. Up next: The Pheasants play at Chester Area on Jan. 30.
Howard (1-12): Tate Schwader tallied 15 points and seven rebounds. Colton Spader put up 13 points. Up next: The Tigers host Oldham-Ramona/Rutland on Jan. 29.
P 22 45 60 67
H 12 19 34 48
Jones County 71, Lyman 66
PRESHO — Jones County edged Lyman in a boys basketball game Tuesday.
Jones County (7-5): Morgan Fedderson and Austin Olson totaled 20 points apiece for JC, while Kade Brost added 12 points. Up next: The Coyotes host Kadoka Area on Thursday in Murdo.
Lyman (4-8): Ty Schindler tallied 25 points for Lyman, while Baptiste Pourier, Brenden Estes, and Tate Wagner put up 13 points apiece. Up next: Lyman hosts Wall on Saturday.
JC 15 31 56 71
L 15 37 54 66
TDA 62, Centerville 25
CENTERVILLE — Tripp-Delmont/Armour defeated Centerville in boys basketball action Tuesday.
Tripp-Delmont/Armour (4-8): Micah Lau tallied 19 points for TDA, while Daniel Fuoss added 11, and Cade Gemar put up 10 points with eight rebounds. Up next: The Nighthawks host Burke/South Central on Friday in Armour.
Centerville (0-11): Hunter Ellis totaled 10 points for the Tornadoes. Up next: Centerville hosts Viborg-Hurley on Thursday.
TDA 22 39 49 62
C 6 12 17 25
Winner 66, Todd County 57
MISSION — Four Warriors scored in double figures as Winner picked up a road win on Tuesday.
Winner (4-9): Brady Fritz and Shea Connot each had 19 points, while Joren Bruun and Brandon Volmer finished with 11 points each. Up next: The Warriors play Mount Vernon/Plankinton on Friday in Plankinton.
Todd County (5-8): Aiden Bizardie had 17 points in the loss. Up next: The Falcons host McLaughlin on Friday in Mission.
W 11 27 49 66
TC 12 28 36 57
Ethan 62, Freeman Academy/Marion 47
FREEMAN — Abiah Plastow scored his 1,000th career point as Ethan topped Freeman Academy/Marion in boys basketball action on Tuesday in Freeman.
Ethan (6-6): Plastow finished with 20 points, seven rebounds and five assists. Brady Hawkins added 19 points and 10 rebounds. Derek Storm recorded 13 points, 10 assists and six rebounds. Up next: The Rustlers play at Mitchell Christian on Thursday.
FAM (5-7): Thaniel Schroeder had 18 points, while Stephen Waltner finished with 14 points and eight boards. Up next: The Bearcats play Irene-Wakonda on Thursday in Wakonda.
E 21 35 49 62
FAM 9 26 36 47