Area basketball roundup: Jaguar boys slip past Blackhawks in double OT
FORESTBURG — Bryce Plamp nailed two free throws with 3.5 seconds left to propel Corsica-Stickney to a 59-56 double overtime win over Sanborn Central/Woonsocket on Thursday.
Corsica-Stickney (13-1): Cordel Menning carried the Jaguars with 18 points and 10 rebounds. Plamp added 14 points and 12 boards. Jaden Barse chipped in with 12 points. Up next: The Jaguars play Warner at the Sanford Pentagon High School Basketball Classic on Saturday.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (11-3): Noah Dickson scored a game-high 25 points and added nine rebounds, while Trey Weber tossed in 12 points, Trent Kingsbury dished out 11 assists. Up next: The Blackhawks play Wolsey-Wessington on Saturday in Wolsey.
CS 13 25 33 47 51 59
SCW 14 34 41 47 51 56
Scotland 59, Ethan 58
ETHAN — Scotland rallied for a boys basketball victory over Ethan 59-58 on Thursday.
Scotland (8-6): Bryan Vaughan scored 20 points for Scotland, which trailed 20-6 after the first quarter and 31-16 at halftime. Travis Skorepa added a double-double with 19 points and 10 rebounds. Up next: Scotland hosts Parkston on Tuesday.
Ethan (7-8): Derek Storm scored 17 points for the Rustlers. Abiah Plastow added 16 points and six assists. Brady Hawkins recorded 16 points, 10 rebounds and five assists. Up next: The Rustlers host Kimball/White Lake today.
S 6 16 41 59
E 20 31 45 58
Kimball/White Lake 48, Platte-Geddes 46 (OT)
PLATTE — Kimball/White Lake nipped Platte-Geddes in overtime in boys basketball action on Thursday.
Kimball/White Lake (9-5): Javen Holan scored 15 points in the win. Kordel Kiehn poured in nine points and collected 18 rebounds. Chandler Fredericksen scored seven points and dished out eight assists. Up next: Kimball/White Lake plays at Ethan today.
Platte-Geddes (7-7): Kade Starr and Trevor Sprik both scored 10 points apiece, while Sprik handed out four assists. Hayden Stluka and Kelby VanDerWerff both scored seven points. VanDerWerff grabbed 14 rebounds. Up next: Platte-Geddes plays at Miller on Saturday.
KWL 12 27 32 43 48
PG 4 19 34 43 46
Andes Central/Dakota Christian 57, Wagner 28
LAKE ANDES — Andes Central/Dakota Christian cruised past Wagner in a boys basketball game Thursday.
Andes Central/Dakota Christian (7-7): Chase Pheifer tallied 16 points, while Jacey Garcia had 14 and Daaron Tronvold scored 13 points. Tronvold and Cliff Johnson added 10 and eight rebounds, respectively.Up next: ACDC hosts Colome today in New Holland.
Wagner (0-15): Tysin Arpan scored 11 points for the Red Raiders, while Alex Sully added six rebounds and three assists. Up next: The Red Raiders host Ethan on Monday.
W 8 11 20 28
ACDC 14 34 45 57
Parker 67, Canistota 46
CANISTOTA — Class B No. 4 Canistota fell to Parker in boys basketball action Thursday.
Parker (13-2): Trey Christensen poured in 20 points for the Pheasants, while Alex Kasten scored 16 points. Camden Bialas totaled 13 points, seven boards and four blocks. Up next: Parker plays at Flandreau on Tuesday.
Canistota (13-2): Tyce Ortman scored 11 points, while Connor Carlson and Trey Ortman tallied nine points apiece. Carlson added five rebounds. Up next: The Hawks play at Menno on Feb. 8.
P 14 27 49 67
C 10 22 31 46
Freeman 70, Alcester-Hudson 46
FREEMAN — Three players scored in double figures to help Freeman defeat Alcester-Hudson in boys basketball action Thursday.
Freeman (7-7): Braxton Schmidt poured in 23 points and six rebounds for the Flyers, while Bryce Dannenbring scored 13 points and Dausyn Pravecek tallied 12 points and six rebounds. Bailey Sage added seven rebounds. Freeman plays Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Saturday in Tripp.
Alcester-Hudson (1-13): Eli Skoglund totaled 22 points, while Jaxon Doering scored nine and Jadon Micke tallied eight points. The Cubs play at Beresford today.
AH 13 26 39 46
F 17 31 50 70
Burke/South Central 52, Marty 40
BURKE — Burke/South Central downed Marty in a prep boys basketball game on Thursday.
Burke/South Central (6-8): Jaden Frank powered the Cougars with 18 points, 10 rebounds, five steals and four assists. Kray Person scored 12 points and Ellias Teffah added 11 points. Tyson Mayer dished out six assists. Up next: The Cougars play Wessington Springs at the Highmore Action Club Classic on Saturday.
Marty (2-12): Malik Cummings netted 17 points and Terry Bohannon collected eight rebounds. Up next: Marty hosts Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Friday.
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BSC 8 21 33 52
Lennox 63, Chamberlain 34
LENNOX — Four Orioles scored in double figures to power Lennox past Chamberlain in boys basketball action Thursday.
Lennox (6-8): Brock Anderson led the Orioles with 11 points and 10 rebounds for a double-double. Ethan Gilbert, Josh Arlt and Quincy Ihnen each tallied 10 points in the win. Up next: Lennox will host Tri-Valley on Tuesday.
Chamberlain (7-9): No stats were reported. The Cubs will play Crow Creek in Stephan on Tuesday.
C 5 13 30 4
L 15 27 43 63
Hanson 44, Centerville 22
CENTERVILLE — Hanson turned a two-point first-quarter deficit into a 22-point victory over Centerville in boys basketball action on Thursday.
Hanson (7-8): Donnie Weber grabbed a double-double for Hanson with 13 points and 10 rebounds. Nathan Stewart tallied seven points in the win. Up next: Hanson will play Freeman on Monday in Freeman.
Centerville (0-15): Hunter Ellis put up 13 points in the loss, while Vilem Kovar totaled five points and six rebounds. Up next: The Tornadoes will play Dell Rapids St. Mary in on Monday in Dell Rapids.
H 11 23 34 44
C 13 15 18 22
Hanson 66, Mount Vernon/Plankinton 33
ALEXANDRIA — Four Beavers scored in double figures to power Hanson past Mount Vernon/Plankinton in a girls basketball game Thursday.
Hanson (13-3): Heather Kayser tallied 16 points, while Jada Campbell scored 14, Megan Guericke put up 12 and Brooke Weber added 11. Campbell pulled down nine rebounds, and Weber and Brooke Slaba added six and five assists, respectively. Up next: Hanson hosts Tea Area today in Alexandria
Mount Vernon/Plankinton (7-8): Katlyn Briggs scored 11 points with five rebounds for the Titans, and Camie Walz tallied eight points. Up next: MVP plays Red Cloud at the Sanford Pentagon High School Basketball Classic on Saturday.
MVP 9 15 24 33
H 14 23 45 66
Andes Central/Dakota Christian 56, Wagner 54
LAKE ANDES — Andes Central/Dakota Christian clipped Wagner in girls basketball on Thursday.
ACDC (8-8): Mackenzie Muckey poured in 20 points and eight rebounds, while Sidney Muckey added 11 points and Tyra Medicine Horn scored 10. Sidney Muckey and Medicine Horn pulled down six rebounds apiece. Up next: ACDC hosts Marty on Tuesday in Lake Andes.
Wagner (4-11): Kayli Kocer and Abby Freier each scored 12 points. Maesa Dvorak pulled down five rebounds. Up next: Wagner hosts Ethan on Monday.
W 17 33 44 54
ACDC 15 28 44 56
Corsica-Stickney 40, Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 31
FORESTBURG — Corsica-Stickney pushed past Sanborn Central/Woonsocket in girls basketball action Thursday.
Corsica-Stickney (13-2): Avery Broughton led CS with 14 points, while Morgan DeLange scored seven and Rachel Gerlach tallied six points. Broughton and Courtney Menning added 11 and eight rebounds, respectively. Up next: The Jaguars host Marty on Saturday.
SCW (7-8): Megan Poyer scored 10 points for SCW, while Abby Doering put up six points and Tristan Ziebart added five. Poyer pulled down 10 rebounds, Doering had nine and Madi Moody added eight rebounds. Up next: The Blackhawks play Wolsey-Wessington on Saturday in Wolsey.
CS 10 15 23 40
SCW 3 10 25 31
Avon 51, Bon Homme 32
AVON — Avon cruised past Bon Homme in girls basketball action Thursday.
Avon (15-2): Cheylee Nagel tallied 17 points, while Lauren Sees scored 11. Nagel and Kacie Mudder pulled down eight and five rebounds, respectively. Nagel also added four steals, and Sees dished up 10 assists. Up next: The Pirates host Viborg-Hurley on Tuesday.
Bon Homme (4-10): Bailey Kortan scored 14 points with seven rebounds, while Kenzie Carson added 11 points and 10 rebounds for a double-double. Jenae Alberts pulled down nine rebounds, and Ciera Himes had four assists. Up next: The Cavaliers host Parker on Monday in Tyndall.
BH 6 12 23 32
A 14 33 44 51
McCook Central/Montrose 63, Garretson 39
MONTROSE — Class A No. 3 McCook Central/Montrose rose to victory over Garretson in girls basketball action Thursday.
MCM (16-1): Morgan Koepsell tallied 15 points, while Morgan Erikson scored 12 and Jacy Pulse put up 10 points. Natalie Gottlob and Abigail Van Ruler pulled down six boards apiece, and Koepsell added five. Up next: MCM plays West Central on Monday in Hartford.
Garretson (6-9): Lizzie Olson poured in 16 points and 10 rebounds for a double-double. Up next: Garretson plays at Howard on Monday.
G 6 13 23 39
MCM 17 36 50 63
Freeman 54, Alcester-Hudson 21
FREEMAN — Nine different Flyers scored to power Freeman to a win over Alcester-Hudson in a prep girls basketball game Thursday.
Freeman (11-3): Emily Miller scored 10 points, while Ashley Glanzer and Karli Maske totaled eight points apiece. Hannah Eberts and Miller pulled down seven rebounds apiece. Up next: Freeman plays Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Saturday in Tripp.
Alcester-Hudson (6-8): Amelia Stene put up 10 points and Julie Dickau added nine rebounds. Up next: The Cubs play at Beresford today.
AH 7 13 25 21
F 9 22 45 54
Parker 64, Canistota 50
PARKER — Raelin Jurgens notched a double-double as Parker downed Canistota in girls basketball action on Thursday.
Parker (6-9): Jurgens paced the Pheasants with 23 points, 14 rebounds, five assists and three steals. Hannah Even tossed in 13 points and grabbed eight rebounds. Up next: Parker plays at Flandreau on Saturday.
Canistota (6-10): Jordan Engbrecht led the Hawks with 17 points, seven steals and six rebounds. Harley Cormany added 13 points, while Noelle Hofer finished with 12 points and nine rebounds. Up next: Canistota plays at Howard today.
C 6 17 36 50
P 16 33 45 64
Todd County 56, Chamberlain 46
CHAMBERLAIN — Todd County defeated Chamberlain in girls basketball action Thursday.
Todd County (13-3): Caelyn Valandra-Prue tossed in 22 points and Raven Cournoyer scored 12 points. Up next: Todd County hosts Mobridge-Pollock on Saturday in Mission.
Chamberlain (6-10): Mady Handel led the Cubs with 13 points and 10 rebounds for a double-double. Alayne Daly added 10 points and Hannah Anderson corralled nine rebounds. Up next: Chamberlain hosts Wagner on Feb. 9.
TC 8 26 44 56
C 13 24 34 46
Scotland 48, Viborg-Hurley 43
VIBORG — Scotland edged Viborg-Hurley in girls basketball action Thursday.
Scotland (5-9): Grace Fryda led the Highlanders with 17 points, while Taylor Bietz and Taylor Gall tallied 13 points apiece. Up next: Scotland hosts Parkston on Tuesday.
Viborg-Hurley (4-11): Sydney Voss scored 13 points. NeVaeh Ronke tallied 11 points and Tori Hansen put up nine points. Hansen and Voss added seven and five rebounds, respectively. Up next: Viborg-Hurley plays Freeman Academy/Marion today in Marion.
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VH 7 15 27 43