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Area high school basketball roundup 12/18/2013: Avon girls beat Jaguars for second win of season

Avon’s Chesney Nagel drives to the basket past Corsica/Stickney’s Hope Menning during the fourth quarter of a girls’ high school basketball game Tuesday in Corsica. (Aaron Saunders/Republic)

By The Daily Republic

CORSICA — The Avon girls’ basketball team improved to 2-0 after beating Corsica/Stickney 46-36 Tuesday.

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Avon was led by Chesney Nagel, who recorded 16 points and six steals. Ariana Oorlog added 11 points, while Heidi Cap brought down a team-high nine rebounds.

Avon shot 31 percent from the field and was 14-of-18 from the free-throw line.

Hope Menning finished with a game-high 19 points for Corsica/Stickney. Brianna Kuyper added 12 points and Micayla Bamberg had five rebounds.

Corsica/Stickney finished with 18 rebounds, and Avon won the JV game 27-12.

Corsica/Stickney (1-2) plays Mount Vernon/Plankinton Thursday in Plankinton, while Avon (2-0) plays Cedar Catholic, Neb., Thursday in Hartington.

CS 6 21 26 36

A 13 21 34 46

Kimball/White Lake 39, Platte-Geddes 37

PLATTE — The Kimball/White Lake girls’ basketball team beat Platte-Geddes 39-37 to its third game of the season Tuesday.

Jazmyne Hinker had 16 points to lead the way for Kimball/White Lake. Brooklyn Donald chipped in with seven points, while Mary Kroupa had seven assists.

Platte-Geddes was led by Josie DeGroot, who tallied 20 points.

Brandi Cwazh added five assists for Platte-Geddes, which shot 16-of-37 from the field.

KWL won the JV game 35-30.

PG (0-2) plays Gregory Friday in Gregory, while KWL (3-0) plays Mitchell Christian Thursday in Kimball.

PG 10 18 29 39

KWL 10 19 29 37

Viborg-Hurley 44,

Bridgewater-Emery 36

HURLEY — The Viborg-Hurley girls’ basketball team beat Bridgewater-Emery 44-36 to earn its third win of the season Tuesday.

Valerie Sunderland had 14 points and 12 rebounds to lead the way for Viborg-Hurley. Angie Lee chipped in with nine points, while Abby Hora had eight points for Viborg-Hurley, which shot 35 percent from the field.

Bridgewater-Emery was led by Kadra Kayser, who finished with a team-high 13 points.

Brooklyn Smart added eight points and five rebounds for the Huskies, who were 14-of-49 from the field and 4-of-6 from the free-throw line.

Viborg-Hurley won the JV game 27-12.

BE (0-3) plays Tripp-Delmont/Armour Saturday in Emery, while VH (3-0) plays Irene-Wakonda Friday in Viborg.

VH 5 26 36 44

BE 9 15 24 36

Scotland 55, Menno 32

SCOTLAND — The Scotland Highlanders girls’ basketball team beat the Menno Wolves 55-32 for their first win of the season Tuesday.

Carley Skorepa led the way for the Highlanders with 15 points. Jessica Thum chipped in with eight points and Alexis De Boer had seven points for Scotland.

Hannah Mogck had a team leading eight rebounds for Scotland, which shot 20-of-43 from the field.

Menno was led by Abby Herrboldt, who finished with 12 points. Madison Huber added six pints and Christina Herrboldt had five points.

The Wolves grabbed 27 rebounds and were 10-of-46 from the field.

Scotland (1-1) hosts Bon Homme Thursday, while Menno (0-3) plays Hanson Friday in Alexandria.

M 4 8 19 32

S 14 29 44 55

Canistota 53, Colman-Egan 43

CANISTOTA — The Canistota girls’ basketball team beat Colman-Egan 53-43 Tuesday night.

Canistota was led by Jenny Hofer with 21 points and 14 rebounds for a double-double. Chloe Nielsen had 16 points, 16 rebounds and seven assists for a double-double, while Kalli Ortman had nine points. Canistota had a total of 50 team rebounds and 20 turnovers and shot 41 percent from the field and 48 percent from the free-throw line.

For Colman-Egan, Tori Nelson had 21 points and Bailee Gross had 14 points.

Canistota won the JV game 31-19.

Canistota (3-1) plays at Freeman Friday, while Colman-Egan (0-3) plays at DeSmet Thursday.

C 14 23 37 53

CE 8 21 36 43

Lyman 41, Stanley County 37

PRESHO — Lyman picked up its second win of the season after defeating Stanley County 41-37 in high school girls’ basketball action Tuesday.

Anna Flitner had eight points and eight rebounds for the Raiders, while Haley Halverson eight points and five rebounds. Chesney Garnos added seven points and four assists. The Raiders shot 11-of-38 from the field and 13-of-25 from the free-throw line.

Bailey Tibbs, Kiyana Martin, and Ali Scott each had nine points for Stanley County.

Lyman (2-1) plays Bennett County Saturday in Martin, while Stanley County (0-3) plays Philip Thursday in Fort Pierre.

L 14 18 32 41

SC 4 13 22 36

Chamberlain 69, Wessington Springs 38

WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Chamberlain beat Wessington Springs 69-38 in a high school girls’ basketball game Tuesday.

Chamberlain’s Kennedy Wagner scored a game-high 17 points and Abby Handel added 12 points. The Cubs shot 26-of-59 from the field and 11-of-20 from the free-throw line.

Wessington Springs was led by Shyanne Kopfmann, who had 13 points and 16 rebounds for a double-double. Devin Tebay had eight points and 10 rebounds. The Spartans shot 11-of-40 from the field and 18-of-35 from the free-throw line.

Chamberlain (1-1) won the JV game 64-13 and plays Parkston Friday in Chamberlain. Wessington Springs (0-3) plays Hitchcock-Tulare Friday in Hitchcock.

C 13 32 61 69

WS 15 25 33 38

Dakota Christian 49, Gregory 24

GREGORY — Brooklyn Vander Pol had 19 points and nine rebounds to help Dakota Christian beat Gregory 49-24 Tuesday.

Ahna Vander Pol added 11 points and five steals for the Cadets, while Kennedy Muckey had five assists.

Dakota Christian shot 36 percent from the field.

Gregory was led by Courtney Opbroek, who had 12 points. Allison Sundquist chipped in with five rebounds for Gregory, which had 20 grabbed 20 rebounds.

DC (3-0) hosts Ethan Thursday in New Holland, while Gregory (1-2) plays Platte-Geddes Friday in Gregory.

DC 9 21 40 49

G 2 9 17 24

Colome 51, Marty Indian 46

MARTY — The Colome girls’ basketball team beat Marty Indian 51-46 Tuesday.

No stats were reported for this game.

Colome (2-1) hosts Winner Friday in Colome, while Marty Indian (1-2) hosts Andes Central Jan. 7, in Marty.

Chester Area 54, Howard 45

CHESTER — The Howard girls’ basketball team fell to Chester Area 54-45 Tuesday.

Taylor Noid had 16 points, four rebounds, five steals and three assists for Howard. Kelsey Dawson chipped in with eight points and five rebounds, while Macy Erickson added six points.

Howard was 17-of-61 from the field and 7-of-14 from the free-throw line.

Howard (0-3) plays McCook Central/Montrose Friday in Salem, while Chester Area (2-1) plays Tri-Valley Friday in Colton.

Boys’ basketball

Tea Area 47, McCook Central/Montrose 34

MONTROSE — Three players scored in double-figures as the Tea Area boys’ basketball team beat McCook Central/Montrose 47-34 Tuesday.

Tarin Smallfield had 13 points, Gunnar Ensz had 11 points and Ryan Sabers had 10 points to lead Tea Area.

Smallfield also had seven rebounds for Tea Area, which shot 40 percent from the field.

MCM was led by Levi Sabers and Will Gottlob. Sabers had 11 points, while Gottlob tallied 11 rebounds and nine points.

MCM was 13-of-38 from the field and 4-of-7 from the free-throw line.

Tea Area (1-2) plays Dell Rapids Friday in Dell Rapids, while MCM (1-1) hosts Howard Friday in Salem.

MCM 13 19 31 34

T 15 28 33 47

Bridgewater-Emery 51,

Dell Rapids St. Mary’s 43

DELL RAPIDS — The Bridgewater-Emery boys’ basketball team beat Dell Rapids St. Mary’s 51-43 to win its first game of the season Monday

Jarrett Weber and Wade Miller led the way for Bridgewater-Emery. Weber had 17 points and nine rebounds, while Miller had 16 points. Izak Weber added 10 rebounds for the Huskies, who were 17-of-49 from the field.

Dell Rapids St. Mary’s was led by Mitch Roemen. Roemen tallied 21 points and 10 rebounds, for DRSM, which was 18-of-65 from the field.

BE (1-1) hosts Tripp-Delmont/Armour Saturday in Emery, while DRSM (0-2) host Deubrook Area Friday in White.

BE 8 20 35 51

DRSM 14 23 33 43

Parkston 68,

Tripp-Delmont/Armour 37

PARKSTON — Parkston’s Jalen Hurley and Spencer Lucas combined to score 42 points to help the Trojans beat Tripp-Delmont/Armour 68-37 Tuesday.

Hurley had a game-high 22 points, while Lucas tallied 20 points and 12 rebounds.

Parkston shot 50 percent from the field and was 7-of-8 from the free-throw line.

TDA was led by Gunner Dally, who recorded eight points, five rebounds and five steals.

Austin Barlow, Shane Koster and Adam Lau each chipped in with seven points.

TDA was 17-of-43 from the field and 1-of-1 from the free-throw line.

Parkston won the JV game 44-10.

TDA (1-1) plays Sanborn Central/Woonsocket Thursday in Woonsocket, while Parkston (1-0) plays Chamberlain Friday in Chamberlain.

TDA 7 19 24 37

P 16 39 55 68

Mount Vernon/Plankinton 63,

West Central 61

HARTFORD — Deric Denning hit a 15-foot jump shot as time ran out to give the Mount Vernon/Plankinton Titans a 63-61 victory over West Central Tuesday.

Denning finished with a team-high 18 points. Tate Deinert chipped in with 13 points, six assists and five rebounds, while Cote Hinker added 11 points.

The Titans were 21-of-40 from the field and grabbed 24 rebounds.

West Central was led by Brayden Swartwout, who tallied 21 points and nine rebounds. Cody Bussell added 13 points and eight rebounds.

MVP (2-0) hosts Corsica/ Stickney Thursday in Plankinton, while WC (0-3) plays Tea Area Dec. 28 in Tea.

MVP 13 25 46 63

WC 20 39 49 61

Corsica/Stickney 59, Avon 38

CORSICA — Austin Tilton scored a team-high 18 points in Corsica/Stickney’s 59-38 win over Avon Tuesday in a high school boys’ basketball game.

Matthew Teel had six rebounds for the Jaguars, who shot 37 percent from the field and went 20-of-32 from the line. The Jaguars also had 39 team rebounds and 21 turnovers.

Avon was led by Logan Mudder with 13 points and 11 rebounds for a double-double and Brandon Kocmich with 11 points. The Pirates shot 29 percent from the field and 60 percent from the free-throw line. The Pirates recorded 27 rebounds and 26 turnovers.

Corsica/Stickney (1-1) won the JV game 31-17 and plays Mount Vernon/Plankinton Thursday. Avon (0-1) plays Hanson Saturday in Alexandria.

CS 10 32 47 59

A 8 16 24 38

Burke/South Central 49,

North Central (Neb.) 44 OT

SPRINGVIEW, Neb. — Zach Sebern recorded a game-high 19 points as Burke/South Central beat North Central (Neb.) 49-44 in overtime Tuesday in high school boys’ basketball action.

Sam Hazen had 14 points and nine rebounds and Dell Drey added 10 rebounds for the Cougars.

North Central was led by Trevor Ferguson recorded a team-high 15 points, while Tyler Knox and Justin Palmer each had 10 points.

Burke/South Central (1-1) plays Platte-Geddes Thursday in Platte.

BSC 1 3 25 37 49

NC 8 22 31 37 44

Sully Buttes 74, Lyman 49

ONIDA — The Sully Buttes boys’ basketball team had three players score in double figures as they defeated Lyman 74-49 Tuesday.

Brayden Wittler led the way with 29 points, while Lewis Hofer added 22 points and Cody Nelson scored 14 points for Sully Buttes.

Lyman was led by Trey Mundlien and Alex Terca. Mudlien had 12 points, while Terca tallied 11 points.

Sully Buttes won the JV game 39-27.

Lyman (0-2) play Bennett County Saturday in Martin, while Sully Buttes (2-0) plays Edmunds Central Thursday in Roscoe.

SB 7 35 58 74

L 9 26 34 49

Marty Indian 69, Colome 43

MARTY — The Marty Indian boys’ basketball team beat Colome 69-43 Tuesday.

No stats were reported for this game.

Colome (0-1) hosts Gregory Thursday in Colome, while Marty Indian (3-0) plays Omaha Nation, Neb., Jan. 10, in Marty.

Chester Area 88, Howard 31

CHESTER — The Howard boys’ basketball team fell to Chester Area 88-31 Tuesday.

No stats were reported despite attempts to reach coaches.

Howard (0-2) plays McCook Central/Montrose Friday in Salem, while Chester Area (1-10 plays Tri-Valley Friday in Colton.