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Area high school basketball roundup: Ethan boys get big game from Camden Myers in win

Scotland’s Shaye Bloch (10) dribbles to the basket against Ethan in a high school boys’ basketball game Thursday in Ethan. Also pictured is Ethan’s Tyler Myers (50). (Nick McCutcheon/Republic)

ETHAN — Camden Myers tallied 22 points, 10 rebounds and five steals to help the No. 3 Ethan boys’ basketball team beat Scotland 68-41 Thursday.

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Jace Connor chipped in with 18 points and seven assists, while Tyler Myers added 13 points and Blake Bartscher chipped in with seven assists. The Rustlers were 29-of-59 from the field, 5-of-12 from the free-throw line and won the JV game 26-24.

Anthony Walloch had 14 points and five rebounds to lead the way for Scotland. The Highlanders were 16-of-35 from the field and 7-of-8 from the free-throw line.

Ethan (12-3) hosts Kimball/White Lake today in Ethan, while Scotland (5-10) hosts Parkston Tuesday in Scotland.

E 16 35 58 68

S 15 24 33 41

Marty Indian 66, Burke/South Central 54

BONESTEEL — The Marty Indian boys’ basketball team topped Burke/South Central 66-54 Thursday in Bonesteel The Cougars were led by Sam Hazen with 16 points and 10 rebounds for the double-double, while Tyson Vogt added 14 points. Dell Drey chipped in 10 points in the loss for BSC.

Xiomar Zephier and Clinton Neiss Jr. each scored 16 points to lead Marty Indian, which won the JV game.

BSC (7-8) plays Bon Homme Tuesday in Bonesteel, while the Braves (10-3) play Tripp-Delmont/Armour today in Marty.

MI 9 24 45 66

BSC 22 32 40 54

Arlington 80, Howard 28

HOWARD — The Howard boys’ basketball team fell to Arlington 80-28 Thursday.

David Weidler had 10 points and 10 rebounds to lead the way with a double-double for Howard. David Noid and David Clarey each added seven points. The Tigers 11-of-38 from the field and 5-of-8 from the free-throw line.

Arlington, which also won the JV game, was led by Andrew King, who scored 13 points.

Arlington (10-4) plays Great Plains Lutheran Saturday in Watertown, while Howard (0-14) plays Freeman today in Freeman.

A 23 43 67 80

H 6 11 21 28

Parker 67, Canistota 49

CANISTOTA — Parker beat Canistota 67-49 in a high school boys’ basketball game Thursday night.

Jake Anderson led Parker with 21 points and seven rebounds and Zach O’Keefe added 17 points.

Mason Decker led the charge for Canistota with 16 points, while Carson Hofer chipped in with 10 points and seven rebounds. Canistota shot 18-of-51 from the field and 9-of-14 from the free-throw line. The Hawks had 31 rebounds and 18 turnovers.

Parker (12-4) plays Bridgewater-Emery Tuesday in Parker, while Canistota (8-7) plays Bridgewater-Emery Saturday in Freeman.

Parker won the JV game.

P 14 25 38 49

C 17 35 53 67

Gayville-Volin 49, Freeman Academy 41

FREEMAN — Gayville-Volin beat Freeman Academy, 49-41 in a high school boys’ basketball game.

Gayville-Volin was led by Ryan Adams with 14 points and Brandon Van Osdel added 13 points.

Teagan Schroeder led Freeman Academy with 16 points and 13 rebounds for a double-double, while Ryan Haggerty added 10 points and six rebounds. Freeman Academy shot 14-of-46 from the field and 10-of-11 from the free-throw line.

Freeman Academy (4-10) plays Viborg-Hurley Friday in Freeman, while Gayville-Volin (3-12) plays Walthill, Neb., Tuesday in Walthill.

Gayville-Volin won the JV game 45-20.

FA 8 18 31 41

GV 17 30 35 49

Andes Central 69, Wagner 63

LAKE ANDES — Andes Central beat Wagner 69-63 in a high school boys’ basketball game Thursday night.

Chris Bad Hand led Andes Central with points with 17 points, while Zach Cournoyer added 13 points, and Darrin Hopkins finished with 11 points and 10 rebounds for double-double. Andes Central shot 55 percent from the field, had 32 rebounds, and 14 steals in the win.

Noah St. Pierre scored 24 points to lead Wagner, while Dylan Brunsing added 20 points.

Andes Central (6-8) plays Marty Indian Monday in Lake Andes.

Wagner (7-7) plays McCook Central/Montrose Saturday in Salem.

AC 11 27 50 69

W 17 25 41 63

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 70, Corsica/Stickney 69

FORESTBURG — Sanborn Central held off Corsica/Stickney for a 70-69 in a high school boys’ basketball game on Thursday night.

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket was led by Tyler Krueger, Davion Brooks, and Dillon Moore with 15 points each. Tucker Kingsbury added 13 points in the win. Sanborn Central/Woonsocket shot 57 percent from the field and was 15-of-21 from the free-throw line.

Corsica/Stickney was led by Austin Tilton with 20 points, while Eli Van Roekel added 18 points, and Nick Blom chipped in with 14 points. Corsica/Stickney shot 60 percent from the field and 7-of-10 from the free-throw line.

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (12-2) plays Wolsey-Wessington Saturday in Wolsey, while Corsica-Stickney (8-7) plays Freeman Thursday in Freeman.

CS 17 31 52 69

SCW 16 28 53 70

Girls’ basketball

Todd County 54, Chamberlain 36

CHAMBERLAIN — The Todd County girls’ basketball team beat Chamberlain 54-36 Tuesday.

Erin Grimshaw scored 22 points to lead the way for Todd County. Allison Cox chipped in with 19 points for Todd County, which won the JV game 36-30.

Chamberlain was led by Abby Handel, who scored 14 points. Brittany Goodlow added seven rebounds for the Cubs, who were 12-of-40 from the field and 5-of-10 from the free-throw line.

Chamberlain (10-6) plays Bon Homme Saturday in Tyndall, while TC (15-3) hosts Mobridge-Pollock Saturday in Mission.

TC 11 25 44 54

C 15 22 32 36

Wagner 85, Andes Central 19

LAKE ANDES — Emily Brunsing recorded a double-double to help the Wagner girls’ basketball team beat Andes Central 85-19 Thursday.

Brunsing tallied 18 points and 12 rebounds for the Red Raiders. Kayla Deurmier chipped in with 12 points and five steals, while Ali Kuca added 11 points. The Red Raiders were 34-of-63 from the field and 16-of-38 from the free-throw line.

Auviyah Laweka scored six points and grabbed five rebounds for Andes Central, while Tearaine Stotz added four points. The Eagles were 9-of-36 from the field and 0-1 from the free-throw line.

Wagner (8-7) plays McCook Central/Montrose Saturday in Salem, while AC (1-13) hosts Corsica/Stickney Tuesday in Lake Andes.

W 20 44 70 85

AC 9 11 15 19

Dakota Christian 47, Burke/South Central 39

NEW HOLLAND — Brooklyn Vander Pol scored 16 points to help the Dakota Christian girls’ basketball team beat Burke/South Central 47-39 Thursday.

Kennedy Muckey chipped in with 11 points and seven rebounds. The Cadets were 16-of-35 from the field and 15-of-25 from the free-throw line.

Allison Sebern tallied 10 points and five steals to lead the way for Burke/South Central. Grace Hazen added six rebounds, while Sierra Votaw had four rebounds. The Cougars were 2-of-3 from the free-throw line and grabbed 18 rebounds.

DC (10-7) plays James Valley Christian Feb. 14., in Huron, while BSC (10-8) plays Mount Vernon/Plankinton Feb. 14 at the Corn Palace in Mitchell.

DC 16 31 43 47

BSC 12 24 34 39

Avon 53, Bon Homme 27

AVON — Three players scored in double figures to help the Avon girls’ basketball team beat Bon Homme 53-27 Thursday.

Ariana Oorlog led the way with 12 points, while Chesney Nagel and Heidi Cap each added 10 points. Nagel also had six rebounds and eight assists. The Pirates were 21-of-45 from the field and 8-of-10 from the free-throw line.

Morgan Rothschadl led the way for Bon Homme with 15 points and three rebounds. Bailey Kortan added four steals for the Cavaliers, who were 12-of-43 from the field and 2-of-10 from the free-throw line.

Avon (12-4) hosts Freeman Monday in Avon, while BH (6-11) hosts Chamberlain Saturday in Chamberlain.

A 11 25 46 53

BH 7 7 15 27

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 73, Corsica/Stickney 43

FORESTBURG — Shelby Selland scored 27 points to help the No. 4 Sanborn Central/Woonsocket girls’ basketball team beat Corsica/Stickney 73-43 Thursday.

Morgan Selland chipped in with 13 points, while Myah Selland tallied 10 assists and Marissa Weber had five assists. The Blackhawks were 31-of-47 from the field and 7-of-13 from the free-throw line.

Corsica/Stickney was led by Hope Menning, who scored 17 points. Jackie Dethlefsen added 13 points and eight rebounds. The Jaguars were 15-of-40 from the field and 7-of-16 from the free-throw line.

SCW (13-1) plays Wolsey-Wessington Saturday in Wolsey, while CS (9-8) plays Andes Central Tuesday in Lake Andes.

CS 20 27 34 43

SCW 23 44 57 73

McCook Central/Montrose 56, Garretson 36

MONTROSE — McCook Central/Montrose beat Garretson 56-36 in a high school girls’ basketball game on Thursday night.

McCook Central/Montrose was led by C.J. Ristesund with 11 points and six rebounds. Nicole Roth chipped in 10 points and four rebounds, while Laura Klaudt added eight points and five rebounds. McCook Central/Montrose shot 58 percent from the field and 50 percent from the free-throw line.

Garretson was led by Haley Edmundson with 18 points and eight rebounds.

McCook Central/Montrose (9-6) plays Wagner Saturday in Salem, while Garretson (7-9) plays Elkton-Lake Benton Tuesday in Garretson.

MCM 23 39 52 56

G 8 25 31 36

Marion 56, Scotland 42

SCOTLAND — The Marion girls’ basketball team beat Scotland 56-42 in a high school girls’ basketball game Thursday.

Marion was led by Devin Nelson with 18 points. Kaitlyn Engbrecht added 11 points and five rebounds, while Liz Davis finished with nine points and six rebounds.

Scotland was led by Carley Skorepa with 17 points and three rebounds. Jessica Thum chipped in with eight points and three rebounds, while Hannah Mogck grabbed nine rebounds.

Scotland (4-12) plays Parkston Tuesday at Scotland, while Marion (3-10) plays Menno Monday in Menno.

M 19 30 37 56

S 12 17 25 42

Wessington Springs 54, Wolsey-Wessington 35

WOLSEY — The Wessington Springs girls’ basketball team beat Wolsey-Wessington 54-35 Thursday in Wolsey.

Wessington Springs was led by Sheyanne Brodkorb with 23 points and Devin Tebay with 15 points. Wessington Springs shot 17-of-51 from the field and 21-of-26 from the free-throw line.

Meagan Eggleston led Wolsey-Wessington with 12 points, while Brittany Bergquist added 10 points.

Wessington Springs (6-10) plays Eureka-Bowdle Saturday in Highmore, while Wolsey-Wessington (2-12) plays Sanborn Central/Woonsocket Saturday in Wolsey.

Wolsey-Wessington won the JV game 24-23.

WS 15 31 44 54

WW 10 17 29 35