Area basketball roundup: MVP girls hold off Platte-Geddes
PLANKINTON—Three players scored in double figures as Mount Vernon/Plankinton edged Platte-Geddes 52-48 on Tuesday in Plankinton.
Mount Vernon/Plankinton (2-4): Katlyn Briggs had 18 points and six rebounds. Camie Walz had 14 points, four assists and four steals. Hailey Walz added 13 points for the Titans. Up next: MVP hosts Tri-Valley on Thursday in Mount Vernon.
Platte-Geddes (2-3): Dominique Girton had 14 points, nine rebounds and five steals. Hailey Wagner and Maddi Miller both scored 10 points. Up next: Platte-Geddes hosts Lennox on Friday in Platte.
PG 5 13 30 48
MVP 15 25 36 52
Bridgewater-Emery 62, Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 57
EMERY—Bridgewater-Emery edged Sanborn Central/Woonsocket in a girls basketball contest on Tuesday in Emery.
Bridgewater-Emery (3-1): Abigal Arend led the Huskies with 19 points and Julia Weber had 14 points. Kennedee Weber scored nine points. Up next: The Huskies play at Freeman on Thursday.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (3-2): Tesa Jensen led SCW with 24 points and six rebounds. Tristan Ziebart had 15 points and Megan Poyer scored 10. Up next: SCW plays in the Redfield Classic on Saturday in Redfield.
SCW 8 23 36 57
BE 10 25 44 62
Avon 70, Colome 31
AVON—Cheylee Nagel and Lauren Sees powered Avon to a girls basketball win over Colome on Tuesday in Avon.
Avon (4-2): Nagel stuffed the stat sheet with 25 points, eight steals, seven assists and six rebounds. Sees added 24 points, six rebounds and six assists. Up next: Avon plays Ethan on Thursday at the Corn Palace.
Colome (1-3): Abby Kortan scored eight points and grabbed four rebounds. Rayne Hermsen added eight points and two steals. Up next: Colome hosts Kimball/White Lake on Thursday.
A 15 44 64 70
C 4 11 20 31
Winner 55, Chamberlain 24
CHAMBERLAIN—Winner downed Chamberlain in a girls basketball contest on Tuesday in Chamberlain.
Winner (4-2): Morgan Hammerbeck and Gabriel Kocer led Winner with 22 points and 14 points, respectively. Up next: Winner hosts Todd County on Thursday.
Chamberlain (2-3): Mady Handel had 12 points for the Cubs. Up next: Chamberlain plays Crow Creek on Thursday in Stephan.
W 21 36 53 55
C 11 21 24 24
Tri-Valley 53, Bon Homme 36
COLTON—Tri-Valley pulled away from Bon Homme for a girls basketball win on Tuesday in Colton.
Tri-Valley (3-3): Mia Miller scored 17 points and Blayne Gacke had 10 points. Grace Steineke collected 10 rebounds. Up next: Tri-Valley plays Mount Vernon/Plankinton on Thursday in Mount Vernon.
Bon Homme (1-2): Jenae Alberts recorded 12 points and 10 rebounds. Up next: The Cavaliers play Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Thursday in Tripp.
BH 14 19 24 36
TV 10 22 37 53
Hanson 53, Wagner 23
ALEXANDRIA—Heather Kayser and Megan Guericke combined for 27 points to power Hanson to a girls basketball win over Wagner on Tuesday in Alexandria.
Hanson (6-1): Kayser scored 16 points, while Guericke had 11 points. Jada Campbell corralled 11 rebounds and Brooke Slaba dished out six assists. Up next: Hanson hosts McCook Central/Montrose on Jan. 9 in Alexandria.
Wagner (0-5): Faith Tyler and Janae Patterson both scored four points. Abby Friar collected five rebounds. Up next: Wagner plays Bon Homme on Friday in Tyndall.
W 7 10 13 23
H 13 22 37 53
Tripp-Delmont/Armour 67, Viborg-Hurley 36
TRIPP—Mattilynn Reiner powered Tripp-Delmont/Armour to a girls basketball victory over Viborg-Hurley on Tuesday in Tripp.
Tripp-Delmont/Armour (3-2): Reiner led TDA with 24 points, 11 rebounds, five assists and five steals. Erica Koster added 19 points for TDA, which outrebounded Viborg-Hurley 35-12 and had 19 steals. Up next: TDA hosts Bon Homme on Thursday in Tripp.
Viborg-Hurley (1-6): Sydney Voss led the Cougars with 14 points and NeVaeh Ronke scored 10 points. Up next: Viborg-Hurley hosts Alcester-Hudson on Jan. 8 in Hurley.
VH 8 20 28 36
TDA 16 41 54 67
Corsica-Stickney 42, Parkston 31
PARKSTON—Corsica-Stickney topped Parkston in girls basketball action on Tuesday in Parkston.
Corsica-Stickney (6-1): Avery Broughton led the Jaguars with 20 points. Courtney Menning had 18 points. Up next: The Jaguars host Wagner on Saturday in Corsica.
Parkston (1-6): Paige Semmler scored 14 points and Emma Yost had eight points. Up next: The Trojans host Vermillion on Friday.
Flandreau 67, Howard 35
FLANDREAU—Flandreau defeated Howard in girls basketball action on Tuesday in Flandreau.
Flandreau (5-2): Hannah Parsley recorded 24 points, five rebounds and five steals. Kathy Parsley had 19 points and 10 rebounds. Up next: Flandreau plays at Garretson on Jan. 9.
Howard (3-3): Hilary Albrecht scored 19 points. Up next: Howard hosts Beresford on Jan. 8.
Bridgewater-Emery 70, SCW 49
EMERY—Four players scored in double figures to push Bridgewater-Emery past Sanborn Central/Woonsocket in a boys basketball game on Tuesday in Emery.
Bridgewater-Emery (4-2): Sawyer Schultz paced the Huskies with 17 points, eight rebounds and three assists. Mason Potter scored 16 points and Duot Van Sickle had 15 points. Jamin Arend scored 12 points and dished out eight assists. Carter Dye registered seven points and 13 rebounds. Up next: The Huskies host Freeman on Friday in Emery.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (4-2): Noah Dickson scored 17 points and grabbed nine rebounds. Trent Kingsbury had 11 points, five rebounds and five assists. Trey Weber scored 10 points. Up next: SCW plays Kimball/White Lake on Jan. 9 in Kimball.
SCW 15 24 39 49
BE 18 40 58 70
Chamberlain 53, Winner 50
CHAMBERLAIN—Chamberlain edged Winner in a boys basketball game on Tuesday in Chamberlain.
Chamberlain (3-2): Riggs Priebe powered the Cubs with 23 points on 8-for-16 shooting from the field. Carson Powers added nine points. Up next: Chamberlain hosts Dell Rapids on Friday.
Winner (1-5): Brady Fritz scored 17 points and Phillip Jorgensen added 10 points. Up next: Winner plays Bennett County on Friday in Martin.
W 14 27 40 50
C 13 21 37 53
MVP 65, Platte-Geddes 62
PLANKINTON — In a game with 12 lead changes, Mount Vernon/Plankinton emerged with the home win Tuesday.
MVP (3-3): Dane Rihanek had 29 points, with Kyle Glanzer adding 13 points and Brady Andersen scoring 12 points for the Titans, who shot 53 percent. Up next: MVP plays Waverly-South Shore on Saturday at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls.
Platte-Geddes (2-2): Kelby VanDerWerff had 21 points, with Trevor Sprik and Kade Starr each scoring 16 points for P-G. Up next: The Black Panthers will host Corsica-Stickney on Thursday in Platte.
PG 15 33 52 62
MVP 11 30 51 65
Colome 59, Avon 36
AVON—Colome topped Avon in a boys basketball game on Thursday in Avon.
Colome (5-0): Jackson Kinzer led Colome with 26 points, five rebounds, five steals and four assists. Kolton Salonen had 10 points, six rebounds and five assists. Layton Thieman and Calvin Ringing Shield scored nine points apiece, while Thieman added seven rebounds and five assists. Up next: Colome hosts Lyman on Friday.
Avon (2-3): Levi DeJong scored nine points for Avon, while Brady Cameron and Jimmy Schuurmans both had eight points apiece. Cameron added eight boards. Up next: Avon plays Ethan on Thursday at the Corn Palace.
C 14 30 41 59
A 6 15 21 36
Bon Homme 65, Tri-Valley 51
COLTON—Bon Homme stayed perfect on the season with a boys basketball victory over Tri-Valley on Tuesday in Colton.
Bon Homme (4-0): Bryce Scieszinski recorded a double-double with 19 points and 12 rebounds. Colin Adams added 15 points, while Joey Slama had 14 points, eight assists and six rebounds. Up next: The Cavaliers host Wagner on Friday in Tyndall.
Tri-Valley (1-5): Jacob Kasowski led Tri-Valley with 14 points and eight rebounds. Noah Jewett scored 13 points, while Will Kulzer had nine points and eight boards. Up next: Tri-Valley plays Parkston in the Samaritan's Feet Barefoot Classic on Saturday at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls.
TV 6 16 29 51
BH 15 31 49 65
Hanson 46, Wagner 38
ALEXANDRIA—Hanson topped Wagner in a boys basketball game on Tuesday in Alexandria.
Hanson (5-2): Donnie Weber led Hanson with 15 points. Craig Lasley added nine points and nine rebounds. Blake Klinkhammer handed out six assists. Up next: Hanson plays Kimball/White Lake on Thursday in White Lake.
Wagner (0-3): Tysin Arpan scored 13 points and James LaPointe added 10 points. Wagner plays Bon Homme on Thursday in Tyndall.
W 11 21 34 38
H 16 26 36 46
Irene-Wakonda 64, Menno 41
IRENE—Trey King and Tate Gale combined for 47 points in Irene-Wakonda's boys basketball win over Menno on Tuesday in Irene.
Irene-Wakonda (5-2): King had 24 points, seven rebounds and six steals. Gale had 23 points and three steals. Dallas Lee collected 11 rebounds. Up next: Irene-Wakonda hosts Gayville-Volin on Friday in Wakonda.
Menno (3-2): Spencer Schultz led the Wolves with 13 points. Conner Edelman had nine points, while Trey Bohlmann had seven points and 18 rebounds. Up next: Menno hosts Mitchell Christian on Thursday.
M 10 16 27 41
IW 8 30 45 64
Parker 71, Freeman 39
FREEMAN — Parker scored 40 first-half points and powered past Freeman for a road win in boys basketball action Tuesday.
Parker (3-1): Trey Christensen had 18 points, while Camden Bialas had 16 points and seven rebounds. Joe Joffer added 14 points and nine rebounds for the Pheasants, who shot 50 percent in the win and doubled up Freeman in rebounds 38-19. Up next: Parker plays Garretson at 6 p.m. Thursday in Salem to open the Big East Conference Tournament.
Freeman (2-3): Braxton Schmidt had nine points and six rebounds, as the Flyers shot 38 percent. Up next: Freeman plays at Bridgewater-Emery on Friday.
P 21 40 55 71
F 10 19 28 39