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Area high school basketball: SCW boys knock off No. 5 Hanson

Hanson’s Sam Vander Stouwe, right, drives past Sanborn Central/ Woonsocket’s Jaedyn Ford, left, during the first quarter of a high school basketball game Tuesday in Alexandria. (Aaron Saunders/Republic)

ALEXANDRIA — The Sanborn Central/Woonsocket boys’ basketball team had three players score in double figures and knocked off No. 5 Hanson 52-37 Tuesday.

Tucker Kingsbury scored a game-high 14 points, Dillion Moore added 13 points and Brady Tiede had 10 points and 11 rebounds for a double-double in the win. The Blackhawks were 16-of-40 from the field, 17-of-21 from the line and had 31 team rebounds and eight turnovers.

Hanson’s Sam Vander Stouwe scored a team-best 13 points and Taylor Nichols brought down nine rebounds. The Beavers were 16-of-44 from the field, 5-of-8 from the line and had 23 team rebounds and nine turnovers.

The Blackhawks (9-2) won the JV game 39-27 and play at Wessington Springs Friday, while Hanson (10-3) hosts Dakota Christian Tuesday.

SCW 16 37 45 52

H 12 14 25 37

McCook Central/Montrose 61, Freeman 48

FREEMAN — Matt Fee had a team-high 21 points as the McCook Central/Montrose boys’ basketball team defeated Freeman 61-48 Tuesday.

Will Gottlob added 12 points and nine rebounds for the Fighting Cougars, who were 24-of-38 from the field and 12-of-16 from the line. MCM had 28 rebounds and 12 turnovers, while the Flyers recorded 17 rebounds and nine turnovers.

Freeman was led by Cole Paulson with 28 points and Joe Weier with nine. The Flyers were 19-of-58 from the field and 5-of-7 from the line.

MCM (6-6) plays at Parkston Monday, while Freeman (5-5) plays at Dakota Christian Thursday in New Holland.

MCM 13 32 47 61

F 9 26 40 48

Wagner 58, Mount Vernon/Plankinton 45

WAGNER — The Wagner boys’ basketball team won its third straight game Tuesday after beating Mount Vernon/Plankinton 58-45.

Wagner’s Derek Soukup scored a game-high 26 points and nine rebounds, Trajan Holiday had 11 points and Noah St. Pierre added 10 points. The Red Raiders were 25-of-56 from the floor with five threes and 3-of-9 from the line. Wagner outrebounded the Titans 24-14.

Tate Deinert scored a team-high 11 points for MVP, which was 17-of-47 from the field and 10-of-16 from the line.

Wagner (6-5) hosts Scotland Thursday, while MVP (7-5) hosts Winner Friday in Plankinton.

W 11 29 46 58

MVP 12 22 31 45

Ethan 59, Freeman Academy 35

FREEMAN — Camden Myers and Blake Bartscher recorded double-doubles to help the Ethan boys’ basketball beat Freeman Academy 59-35 Tuesday.

Myers had a game-high 20 points and 14 rebounds, while Bartscher tallied 19 points and 10 assists.

Tyler Myers chipped with 10 points, while the Rustlers were 24-of-44 from the field and 7-of-10 from the free-throw line. Ethan also won the JV game 46-28.

Teagan Schroeder led the way for Freeman Academy with 19 points and 14 rebounds, while Jeff Graber added eight points.

The Bobcats were 13-of-50 from the field and 7-of-9 from the free-throw line.

Ethan (10-2) plays Mitchell Christian Thursday at Mitchell Christian School, while FA (4-7) plays Irene-Wakonda Thursday in Irene.

E 20 33 52 59

FA 6 13 26 35

Parkston 65, Platte-Geddes 63

PARKSTON —The Parkston boys’ basketball team edged Platte-Geddes 65-63 Tuesday.

Jalen Hurley scored 14 points, Spencer Lucas had 13 and Ty Kinneberg and Wes Genant each added 12 in the win. Genant led in rebounds with six for the Trojans, who were 23-of-43 from the field and 15-of-20 from the line.

Carter Dykstra knocked down a game-high 21 points, Coby Johnson recorded 18 points and seven rebounds and Kole Heller added 12 points for Platte-Geddes. The Black Panthers were 22-of-47 from the field and 10-of-13 from the line.

Parkston (8-4) plays at Lennox Thursday, while Platte-Geddes (6-4) plays at Colome Friday.

P 15 29 47 65

PG 10 25 42 63

Jones County 51, Lyman 39

PRESHO — Wyatt Weber scored 20 points in Jones County’s 51-39 victory over Lyman Tuesday in high school boys’ basketball action.

Jackson Volmer added 15 points for Jones County, which was 21-of-40 from the floor and 8-of-15 in free throws.

Lyman shot 8-of-17 from the line, 13-of-42 from the field and had 23 team rebounds and 17 turnovers.

The Red Raiders (3-8) hosts Wall Saturday, while Jones County (8-5) hosts Kadoka Area Thursday.

L 9 18 31 39

JC 10 21 32 51

Parker 85, Howard 26

HOWARD —Parker beat Howard 85-26 Tuesday in a high school boys’ basketball game.

Reid Joffer had 19 points, Michael Olson added 14, Zach O’Keefe had 13 and Jake Anderson scored 11 points for the Pheasants. Parker was 34-of-63 from the field and 11-of-15 from the line.

Howard’s David Noid scored seven points. The Tigers were 10-of-41 from the field and 5-of-12 from the line.

Parker (10-4) won the JV game and plays Chester Area Tuesday, while Howard (0-12) plays Marion Tuesday.

P 30 50 71 85

H 10 16 20 26

Kimball/White Lake 57, Sunshine Bible Academy 54

WHITE LAKE — The Kimball/White Lake boys’ basketball team beat Sunshine Bible Academy 57-54 to earn its first win of the season Tuesday.

Noah Munsen scored a game-high 27 points for KWL, which shot 20-of-39 from the field. Eathen Gaulke chipped in with 14 points and 10 rebounds, while Corbin Heath had nine points.

The WiLdKats won the JV game 35-27.

Drew McClain had 18 points to lead SBA. Jaden Brockel chipped in with 16 points, while Brian LaDue added 11 points.

SBA was 11-of-32 from the field.

KWL (1-11) plays Wolsey-Wessington Friday in Wolsey, while SBA (3-7) plays Iroquois Thursday in Iroquois.

KWL 8 24 36 57

SBA 9 18 39 54

Chamberlain 70, Miller 63

CHAMBERLAIN — Skyler Bertram scored 25 points to help the Chamberlain boys’ basketball team beat Miller 70-63 Tuesday.

Hudson and Tiegen Priebe each chipped in with 10 points. The Cubs were 23-of-41 from the field and won the JV game.

Preston Blackwell had 20 points and seven rebounds to lead the way for Miller. Beau Keeter added 14 points for Miller, which shot 25-of-51 from the field.

Chamberlain (9-3) hosts Mobridge-Pollock Friday in Chamberlain, while Miller (7-5) hosts Todd County Friday in Miller.

C 13 33 49 70

M 15 26 38 63

Canistota 52, Chester Area 49

CANISTOTA — Mason hit a 3-pointer with 1.2 seconds left to send the Canistota boys basketball team to a 52-49 overtime victory over Chester Area Tuesday.

Decker finished the game with 11 points. Shay Jolley added a team-high 17 points for Canistota, while Carson Hofer had eight rebounds.

The Hawks were 19-of-47 from the field and 10-of-13 from the free-throw line.

Chester Area (6-4) won the JV game 41-34.

Canistota (8-4) plays South O’Brien, (Iowa) in Dakota Schoolers Classic Saturday at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls. CA (6-7) hosts Parker Tuesday in Chester.

CA 10 14 27 45 52

CH 5 21 31 45 49

Gayville-Volin 66, Menno 56

GAYVILLE — Ryan Adams scored 24 points to help the Gayville-Volin boys’ basketball team beat Menno 66-56 Tuesday.

Brandon VanOsdel chipped in with 18 points and nine rebounds. Alec Barta added 12 points and eight rebounds for Gayville-Volin.

Dustin Lehr led the way for Menno with 20 points and 10 rebounds. Chet Peterson chipped in with 18 points.

Menno was 22-of-62 from the field and 5-of-10 from the free-throw line.

Gayville-Volin won the JV game 47-44.

Menno (4-7) hosts Corsica/Stickney Thursday in Menno, while GV (2-9) plays Bloomfield (Neb.) in Gayville.

M 22 37 45 56

GV 15 29 46 66

Winner 67, Todd County 60

MISSION — The Winner Warriors boys’ basketball team beat Todd County 67-60 Tuesday.

No stats were reported for this game despite attempts to reach coaches.

Winner (5-7) plays Mount Vernon/Plankinton Friday in Plankinton, while TC (4-8) hosts McLaughlin Friday in Mission.

Beresford 57, Bon Homme 51

BERESFORD — The Beresford boys’ basketball team beat Bon Homme 57-51 Tuesday.

No stats were reported for this game despite attempts to reach coaches.

BH (7-5) hosts Andes Central Thursday in Tyndall, while Beresford (7-4) plays Vermillion Tuesday in Vermillion.

Irene-Wakonda 69, Marion 55

IRENE — The Irene-Wakonda boys’ basketball team beat Marion 69-55 Tuesday.

No stats were reported for this game, despite attempts to reach coaches.

IW (4-8) hosts Freeman Academy Thursday in Irene, while Marion (1-9) plays Oldham-Ramona/Rutland Saturday in Rutland.

Girls’ basketball

Platte-Geddes 50, Parkston 40

PARKSTON — Brianna Erickson scored 16 points and added five rebounds in Platte-Geddes’ 50-40 win over Parkston Tuesday in high school girls’ basketball.

Justene Alley had 17 points, Sadie Schoenfelder added 12 points and four rebounds and Halli Heisinger had eight points and eight rebounds in the loss. The Trojans were 15-of-48 from the field and 8-of-12 from the line.

Josie DeGroot recorded 12 points and 12 rebounds and Heidi Ringling added 10 points for the Black Panthers, who were 18-of-48 from the field and 9-of-15 from the line.

Platte-Geddes (5-8) plays Colome Friday in Platte, while Parkston (3-9) won the JV game and hosts Avon Friday.

PG 8 15 30 50

P 9 17 28 40

Avon 54, Burke/South Central 26

BONESTEEL — Ariana Oorlog scored 26 points to help the Avon girls’ basketball team beat Burke/South Central 54-26 Tuesday.

Amanda Reiff chipped in with eight points, while Chesney Nagel and Heidi Cap each had 11 rebounds.

The Pirates were 20-of-47 from the field and 6-of-12 from the free throw line.

Chloe Kenzy and Sierra Votaw each scored six points for Burke/South Central. Votaw also had five rebounds for the Cougars, who were 11-of-38 from the field and 4-of-8 from the free-throw line.

The Cougars (8-6) won the JV game 22-6.

Avon (8-4) plays Parkston Friday in Parkston, while BSC (8-6) plays Boyd County (Neb.) Thursday in Butte, Neb.

BSC 10 12 16 26

A 9 22 39 54

Mount Vernon/Plankinton 54, Wagner 38

WAGNER — Megan Bultsma had 17 points and seven rebounds to help the Mount Vernon/Plankinton girls’ basketball team beat Wagner 54-38 Tuesday.

Makaela Karst chipped in with 12 points and seven rebounds, while Becca Glanzer added eight points. Payleen O’ Day recorded seven rebounds for the Titans, who were 17-of-44 from the field and 18-of-23 from the free-throw line.

Ali Kuca had 10 points to lead the way for Wagner. Gina Soukup added eight points, while Sharyce French grabbed seven rebounds.

Wagner was 14-of-40 from the field and 8-of-12 from the free-throw line.

MVP outrebounded the Red Raiders 35-19.

Wagner (6-7) plays Scotland Friday in Scotland, while MVP (10-4) hosts Winner Friday in Plankinton.

W 5 13 24 38

MVP 18 30 38 54

Bridgewater-Emery 52, Scotland 42

BRIDGEWATER — Three players scored in double figures to help the Bridgewater-Emery girls’ basketball team beat Scotland 52-42 Tuesday.

Kadra Kayser led the way for Bridgewater-Emery with 15 points. Justine Dye added 11 points, while Tiana Kayser had 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Huskies.

Bridgewater-Emery was 19-of-54 from the field and 13-of-16 from the free-throw line.

Scotland was led by Carley Skorepa, who finished with 22 points and eight rebounds. Hannah Mogck chipped in with 10 points and eight rebounds.

The Highlanders were 15-of-57 from the field and 11-of-23 from the free-throw line.

BE (7-6) won the JV game 31-22 and plays Alcester-Hudson Thursday in Alcester.

Scotland (4-8) hosts Wagner Friday at Scotland.

BE 10 23 39 52

S 8 20 28 42

Parker 49, Howard 48

HOWARD — The Parker girls basketball team beat Howard 49-48 Tuesday.

Riley Christensen led the way for Parker, with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Lauren Hunstad chipped in with a team-high 15 points.

Parker was 21-of-50 from the field.

Howard was led by Kelsey Dawson, who scored 24 points and 15 rebounds for the double-double.

The Tigers were 20-of-55 from the field and 9-of-20 from the free-throw line.

Howard won the JV game.

Howard (2-10) plays Chester Area at the Big East Conference tournament Thursday in Chester.

Parker (1-11) plays at the Big East Conference tournament Thursday in Chester.

H 11 18 32 48

P 10 27 41 49

Tripp-Delmont/Armour 47, Gregory 37

GREGORY — Hannah Just scored a game-high 22 points to lead the Tripp-Delmont/Armour girls’ basketball team over Gregory Tuesday in Gregory.

Jessica Sandau added 12 points and 14 rebounds for a double-double, while Just added five assists in the win.

Courtney Opbroek led the Gorillas with 12 points, while Brianna Leber added 10 points and six rebounds.

The Nighthawks shot 22-of-52 from the field and outrebounded the Gorillas 35-23. Gregory shot 15-of-46 from the field.

TDA (4-9) plays Burke/South Central Friday in Tripp, while Gregory (2-11) plays Bon Homme Tuesday in Gregory.

TDA 9 21 39 47

GRE 4 10 18 37

Ethan 64, Freeman Academy 18

FREEMAN — The Ethan girls’ basketball team beat Freeman Academy 64-18 Tuesday.

Darbi and Janae Gustafson led the way for Ethan. Darbi scored 13 points, while Jane had 12 points.

Freeman Academy was led by Hannah Yoder, who had seven points.

Freeman Academy (0-11) plays Irene-Wakonda Thursday in Irene, while Ethan (10-3) plays Mitchell Christian Thursday at Mitchell Christian School.

Beresford 53, Bon Homme 36

BERSFORD — The Beresford girls’ basketball team beat Bon Homme 53-36 Tuesday.

No stats were reported for this game despite attempts to reach coaches.

BH (4-9) hosts Andes Central Thursday in Tyndall, while Beresford (9-4) hosts Lennox Friday in Beresford.

Irene-Wakonda 54, Marion 35

IRENE — The Irene-Wakonda girls’ basketball team beat Marion 54-35 Tuesday.

No stats were reported for this game despite attempts to reach coaches.

Irene-Wakonda (8-4) hosts Freeman Academy Thursday in Irene, while Marion (2-8) hosts Menno Friday in Marion.