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Monday's area roundup: Colome finishes third at tourney with win over Lyman

By The Daily Republic

MURDO — The Colome boys’ basketball team topped Lyman 44-35 to take second place at the Jones County Tournament Saturday in Murdo.

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The Cowboys were led by Reed Harter with 27 points. Harter made 11-of-18 free-throws for Colome, which shot 36 percent from the field as a team. Holden Thieman added 11 points for the Cowboys.

Lyman was led by Trey Mundlien with 13 points, while Harley Hoogendoorn added nine points and 11 rebounds.

The Raiders shot 31 percent from the field and outrebounded Colome 39-27.

Colome (8-4) plays Andes Central Tuesday in Lake Andes, while Lyman (2-6) plays Stanley County Tuesday in Presho.

L 7 16 22 35

C 16 24 31 44

Canton 71, Mount Vernon/Plankinton 62

CANTON — Canton had four players score in double figures in a 71-62 win over Mount Vernon/Plankinton Saturday in Canton.

Cody Willett led the C-Hawks with 21 points, while Anders Peterson and Jay Lems each added 14 points.

MVP was paced by Cody Renken with 21 points and seven rebounds, while Deric Denning added 16 points. Tate Deinert chipped in with 10 points for the Titans, who shot 51 percent from the field.

The Titans (7-3) play Chamberlain Thursday in Plankinton.

MVP 18 37 48 62

C 13 25 45 71

Viborg-Hurley 59, Burke South Central 40

VIBORG — The Viborg-Hurley boys’ basketball team topped Burke/South Central 59-40 at the Tri-Valley Classic Saturday in Alcester.

Jack Huether scored a game-high 26 points to lead the VH.

BSC’s Sam Hazen finished with a double-double, scoring 13 points and grabbing 15 rebounds in the loss.

BSC (5-6) plays Lyman Thursday in Burke, while VH (6-2) plays Baltic Friday in Baltic.

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 84,  Wessington Springs 45

WOLSEY — Tyler Kingsbury had 25 points and six rebounds to help the Sanborn Central/Woonsocket beat Wessington Springs 84-45 Saturday at the 281 Conference tournament.

Tyler Krueger chipped in with 16 points, while Brady Tiede had 10 points and nine assists. SCW was 30-of-56 from the field.

Wessington Springs was led by Zach Paulson, who had 13 points and nine rebounds. Jevon Hohn chipped in with 10 points and three rebounds.

Jase Kraft added three steals and five assists. The Spartans were 13-of-41 from the field.

SCW (7-0) plays Tuesday at the 281 Conference tournament in Huron, while WS (2-5) plays Tuesday at the 281 Conference tournament in Huron.

SCW 21 44 59 84

WS 10 28 40 45

Chamberlain 65, Bon Homme 58

TYNDALL — Skyler Bertram scored 28 points to help the Chamberlain boys’ basketball team beat Bon Homme 65-58 Saturday.

Seth Friesz chipped in with 14 points and three steals, while Cody Medicine Eagle had 10 points.

Hudson Priebe added 10 rebounds for the Cubs, which shot 24-of-55 from the field. Chamberlain was 12-of-14 from the free-throw line.

Bon Homme was led by Jon Barrett, who scored 17 points and had 16 rebounds. Scott Van Winkle had a team-high 18 points and Scott Wiessler added 14 points.

Bon Homme was 18-of-47 from the field.

Chamberlain (7-2) plays Mount Vernon/Plankinton Thursday in Plankinton, while BH (4-4) plays Tripp-Delmont/Armour in Tripp.

C 17 29 42 65

BH 11 21 37 58

Ethan 73, Centerville 63

ALCESTER — Four players scored in double figures for the Ethan boys’ basketball team as they beat Centerville 73-63 at the Tri-Valley Classic Saturday.

Blake Bartscher led the way with 28 points and five assists. Camden Myers chipped in with 16 points and eight rebounds, while Tyler Myers had 14 points and nine rebounds.

Jace Connor had 12 points, seven rebounds and eight assists for the Rustlers.

Ethan was 27-of-50 from the field and had 30 rebounds.

Seamus O’Malley led the way for Centerville with 27 points, nine rebounds and two assists. Rory O’Malley chipped in with 18 points, three rebounds and four assists.

Ethan (7-1) plays Menno Monday in Menno, while Centerville (5-5) plays Freeman Tuesday in Freeman.

E 21 39 47 73

C 12 29 40 63

Girls’ basketball

Canistota 65, Parker 49

PARKER — Chloe Nielsen finished with a double-double to lead the Canistota girls’ basketball team to a 65-49 win over Parker Saturday in Parker.

Nielson scored 16 points and grabbed 20 rebounds for the Hawks. Jenny Hofer scored a team-high 18 points for Canistota, while Kalli Ortman added 13 and Morgan Larson chipped in with 12.

The Hawks shot 47 percent from the field and pulled down 46 rebounds.

Parker’s Riley Christensen finished with a game-high 19 rebounds.

Canistota (7-3) won the JV game 25-23 and plays Howard Tuesday in Howard. Parker (0-9) plays Gayville-Volin Tuesday in Parker.

C 22 39 53 65

P 8 20 33 49

Mount Vernon/Plankinton 50, Canton 27

CANTON — The Mount Vernon/Plankinton girls’ basketball team topped Canton 50-27 Saturday in Canton.

The Titans were led by Megan Bultsma with 20 points and seven rebounds, while Becca Glanzer added 18 points and eight rebounds. MVP shot 54 percent from the field and outrebounded the C-Hawks 31-26.

MVP led Canton 31-5 at halftime.

Canton was led by Kristin Twedt with nine points and eight rebounds. Canton shot 25 percent from the field.

MVP (7-3) plays Kimball/White Lake today in White Lake, while Canton (3-5) plays Beresford Friday in Canton.

MVP 16 31 40 50

C 2 5 14 27

Freeman 65, Howard 34

FREEMAN — The Freeman girls’ basketball team topped Howard 65-34 Saturday in Freeman.

The Flyers were led by Nicole Saarie with 21 points, while Erika Sage added 16 points and five rebounds. Shelby Jensen chipped in with 11 points and five rebounds, and Cailey Roth had a team-high six rebounds in the win.

The Flyers shot 43 percent from the field and had 11 turnover to 31 from Howard.

The Tigers were led by Macy Erikson with nine points, while Kelsey Dawson finished with a game-high 12 rebounds.

Howard shot 33 percent from the field and outrebounded the Flyers 39-29.

Freeman (9-2) plays Viborg-Hurley today in Viborg, while Howard (1-6) plays Hanson today in Howard.

H 4 13 23 34

F 15 30 45 65