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Area high school basketball roundup: Red Raider girls run past Gregory

Gregory's Lauren Svatos (4) brings the ball up the court against Wagner's Bethany Sully (3) on Tuesday in Wagner. (Ryan Deal/Republic)

WAGNER -- Three players scored in double figures to lead Wagner to a 67-30 girls basketball win over Gregory on Tuesday in Wagner.

Bethany Sully paced the Red Raiders with 15 points, eight steals, seven assists and five rebounds. Marquel Holiday added 12 points and five rebounds. Janae Patterson tossed in 10 points and grabbed eight rebounds in the win.

Allison Eckroth led Gregory with nine points and 12 rebounds.

The Red Raiders outrebounded the Gorillas 36-28. Wagner also had 16 steals and Gregory committed 27 turnovers.

Wagner shot 30-for-64 from the field and 5-for-12 from the free throw line. Gregory went 11-for-46 from the floor and 6-for-11 at the foul line.

Wagner (3-4) will play at Parkston on Thursday. Gregory (0-7) will host Kimball/White Lake on Thursday.

G 12 23 30 30

W 21 37 51 67

Freeman 55, Bon Homme 22

TYNDALL — Freeman remained perfect on the season as the Flyers upended Bon Homme 55-22 on Tuesday night in prep girls basketball action.

Josie Fuhrman netted 15 points for the Flyers while Hannah Eberts posted nine rebounds. Freeman made 20-of-52 field goal attempts and were 7-of-12 from the free-throw line.

Makayla Kelley led all Cavalier scorers with five points. Jenae Alberts pulled down seven rebounds for Bon Homme in the loss.

Freeman (7-0) plays Avon on Saturday in the Hanson Classic. Bon Homme (0-9) plays Chamberlain on Saturday in Chamberlain.

F 16 44 44 55

BH 1 11 18 22

McCook Central/Montrose 54, Hanson 46 (OT)

SALEM -- Tied at 42 at the end of regulation, Class A No. 4 McCook Central/Montrose scored 12 of the 16 points in overtime to defeat Hanson 54-46 in prep girls basketball action Tuesday.

Morgan Koepsell had 16 points and 16 rebounds for a double-double to lead the Fighting Cougars. She was one of three MCM players in double-figures, including 13 points and eight rebounds from Danielle Hansen and 12 points from Morgan Erikson. Rachael Laetsch had six points and 10 assists.

For Hanson, Ashley Moe had 12 points off the bench and Jada Campbell scored 10 points and six rebounds. Megan Guericke added nine points and six rebounds in the loss.

MCM was 21-for-60 shooting and made 9-of-12 free throws in the win, while Hanson was 18-for-63 on field goals and 8-for-17 at the free-throw line. MCM had a 52-36 advantage in rebounding and overcame 22 turnovers in the victory, while Hanson had 12 giveaways.

MCM (5-1) will host Sioux Valley on Thursday in Salem and Hanson (8-2) will host Parker on Thursday in Alexandria.

H 8 16 31 42 46

MCM 9 18 30 42 54

Canton 47, Mount Vernon/Plankinton 46

MOUNT VERNON -- Canton withstood a furious Mount Vernon/Plankinton fourth quarter rally to pick up a 47-46 girls basketball win on Tuesday in Mount Vernon.

Canton led 45-31 entering the fourth quarter. The Titans outscored the C-Hawks 15-2 in the final frame, but fell short of completing the comeback.

Elizabeth Woods led Canton with 16 points and Karryn Peterson added 11 points. Kennedy Fossum tossed in 10 points. Jada Lundstrom collected seven rebounds.

Katlyn Briggs led Mount Vernon/Plankinton with 17 points and eight rebounds. Camie Walz logged 14 points, eight rebounds and eight steals. Mikaela Cassidy scored 12 for MVP.

Mount Vernon/Plankinton shot 15-for-57 from the field, 2-for-10 from 3-point range and 14-for-21 at the free throw line. Canton went 18-for-37 from the floor, 8-for-16 from long range and 3-for-7 at the free throw line. Both teams had 29 rebounds and 22 turnovers.

MVP won the JV game.

Mount Vernon/Plankinton (4-5) will play Tri-Valley at the Dakota State Classic on Saturday.

Canton (2-4) will play at West Sioux, Iowa in Hawarden, Iowa, on Thursday.

C 12 27 45 47

MVP 7 20 31 46

Ethan 72, Scotland 23

SCOTLAND -- Class B No. 1 Ethan scored 51 points in the first half and cruised to a 72-23 win over Scotland Tuesday night in girls basketball action.

Ellie Hohn had 19 points, four rebounds and four steals for Ethan. Kacey Bartscher had 14 points and three rebounds and Karly Gustafson scored 15 points and pulled down five rebounds.

Scotland had eight points and four rebounds from Taylor Bietz and Taylor Gall had six points and seven rebounds in the loss.

Ethan won the JV game 45-14.

The Rustlers (8-0) will take on St. Thomas More on Saturday at the Hanson Classic at the Corn Palace. Scotland (3-5) is at Irene-Wakonda on Jan. 17 in Irene.

E 32 51 64 72

S 9 15 20 23

Tripp-Delmont/Armour 59, Andes Central/Dakota Christian 31

LAKE ANDES -- The Tripp-Delmont/Armour girls basketball improved to 8-0 with a 59-31 win over Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Tuesday in Lake Andes.

Mattilynn Reiner scored 13 points and pulled down 13 rebounds for a double-double, while Brooklyn Brouwer had a game-high 19 points and Kianna Payer finished with 10 points. TDA went 25-of-45 for 56 percent shooting from the field and outrebounded AC/DC 34-12.

Ahna Vander Pol led the Thunder with 12 points, while Beulah Black Cloud had 10 points. AC/DC went 9-of-38 from the floor for 24 percent shooting.

TDA plays Platte-Geddes on Friday on in Platte. AC/DC (7-2) plays Mitchell Christian on Tuesday in New Holland.

TDA 20 38 57 59

ACDC 7 15 24 31

Lyman 26, Chamberlain 24

PRESHO — In a defensive brawl, it was Lyman topping Chamberlain 26-24 on Tuesday night in high school girls basketball action.

Shelby Schindler had 10 points, seven rebounds for the Raiders. Lyman was 9-of-41 from the field and made 8-of-21 attempts from the free-throw line.

Chamberlain was paced by Mady Handel’s 11 points.

Lyman (7-1) plays in the Southern Plain Conference Tournament on Jan. 19 in Burke. Chamberlain (2-6) plays Bon Homme in Chamberlain on Saturday.

C 8 8 21 24

L 5 14 20 26

Menno 51, Canistota 50

MENNO — Menno needed excellent free-throw shooting to hold off Canistota 51-50 in high school girls basketball on Tuesday night.

Morgan Edelman scored 13 points and had seven steals to pace the Wolves. Paige Heckenliable had eight points and seven rebounds for Menno in the victory. Menno shot 20-of-58 from the field and were 21-of-26 from the free-throw line.

Kalli Ortman once again led the Hawks with 14 points to go with seven rebounds. Canistota made 21-of-48 shot from the field and were 5-of-5 from the free-throw line.

Menno won the JV game 45-34.

Menno (4-6) plays Bridgewater-Emery on Thursday in Menno. Canistota (2-4) plays Dell Rapids St. Mary on Thursday in Dell Rapids.

M 13 29 40 51

C 9 28 36 50

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 71, Kimball/White Lake 44

WOONSOCKET — The Blackhawks picked up a 71-44 victory over KWL in high school girls basketball action on Tuesday night.

No. 3 SCW had three players in double figures, led by Tristan Ziebart with 17 points. Myah Selland had 14 points and 10 rebounds, while Abby Doering added 14 points. The Blackhawks were 36-of-63 from the field and were 6-of-11 from the free-throw line.

Brooklyn Donald netted 14 points for the WiLdKats, while teammate Nikki Reuland contributed 13 points in the loss. KWL were 16-of-64 from the field and made 14-of-21 free throws.

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (7-0) play Iroquois in the Highway 281 Conference Tournament at 3:30pm on Friday in Wolsey. Kimball/White Lake (4-6) plays Gregory on Thursday in Gregory.

SCW 19 44 66 71

KWL 6 24 29 44

Winner 55, Valentine (Neb.) 25

VALENTINE, Neb. -- The Winner girls basketball team picked up a 55-25 win over Valentine (Neb.) on Tuesday in Valentine, Nebraska.

No stats were reported.

Winner (7-3) plays West Central at 1:30 p.m. in the Dakota State Classic on Saturday in Madison.

Boys basketball

Mount Vernon/Plankinton 54, Canton 34

MOUNT VERNON — Mount Vernon/Plankinton defeated Canton 54-34 on Tuesday night in high school boys basketball action.

Cody Muilenburg notched 20 points and nine rebounds in the victory, while Dane Rihanek scored nine points for the Titans. MVP made 28-of-86 field goal attempts, were 6-of-29 on 3-pointers, and 4-of-11 on free throws.

Canton received 10 points from Christian Beachler in the loss. The C-Hawks were 16-of-46 from the field and 3-of-5 from the free-throw line.

Mount Vernon/Plankinton (7-1) plays Tri-Valley on Thursday in Mount Vernon. Canton (3-3) plays West Sioux, Iowa on Thursday in Hawarden, Iowa.

C 12 21 23 34

MVP 17 29 45 54

Scotland 66, Centerville 29

CENTERVILLE -- No. 5 Scotland remained undefeated with a 66-29 boys basketball win over Centerville on Tuesday in Centerville.

Tanner VanDriel powered the Highlanders with 19 points, four rebounds and four steals. Bryan Vaughan and Travis Skorepa both netted 15 points for Scotland. Skorepa also added 10 rebounds, three blocked shots and two steals. Vaughan registered six steals, five rebounds, four assists and two blocked shots.

John Balleweg led Centerville with eight points. Hayden Ellis and Hunter Ellis both scored six points for the Tornadoes.

Scotland won the JV game 24-12.

Scotland (7-0) will play at Avon on Thursday. Centerville (0-6) will play Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Saturday in Yankton.

Wagner 66, Gregory 57

WAGNER — Brycen Zephier sparked the Red Raiders to a 66-57 victory over Gregory on Tuesday night in high school boys basketball action.

Zephier scored 21 points in the game, while teammate Alex Sully tallied 11 points and eight rebounds. Wagner was 23-of-49 from the field and 15-of-27 on free-throw attempts.

Robert Vomacka scored 19 points and hauled in seven rebounds to lead Gregory. The Gorillas were 22-of-68 from the field and made 5-of-9 free-throw attempts.

Wagner (1-6) plays Parkston on Thursday in Parkston. Gregory (1-7) hosts Burke/South Central on Friday.

W 18 30 45 66

G 11 19 35 57

Winner 54, Valentine (Neb.) 35

VALENTINE, Neb. -- Winner outscored Valentine 17-4 in the final quarter to pick up a boys basketball victory 54-35 in Valentine Tuesday night.

Drew DeMers scored 18 points and dished out six assists, while Cameron Kuil scored 12 points and tallied five steals. Brandon Volmer had 12 points, as well for the Warriors, who shot 18-for-31 at the free throw line.

The Badgers had 11 points from Kooper Reece and was 9-for-19 at the free-throw line.

Winner, which has won five of its last six games, improves to 6-2 and will host Sully Buttes on Monday.

W 14 21 37 54

V 3 15 31 35

Andes Central/Dakota Christian 58, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 41

LAKE ANDES — The Thunder downed Tripp-Delmont/Armour 58-41 on Tuesday night in high school boys basketball.

Michael Maas scored 17 points and J.B. Bruguier added 14 points in the win. The Thunder were 22-of-49 from the field and made 12-of-17 free-throw attempts.

Ty Sparks led the Nighthawks with eight points and three rebounds. TDA was 22-of-49 from the field and 12-of-17 from the free-throw line.

Andes Central/Dakota Christian (3-5) plays Mitchell Christian on Thursday in New Holland. Tripp-Delmont/Armour (1-7) plays Platte-Geddes in Platte on Friday.

ACDC 12 30 44 58

TDA 12 21 31 41

De Smet 50, Howard 34

DE SMET — De Smet jumped out to a 12-2 lead after one quarter and held on for a 50-34 victory over Howard in prep boys basketball action on Tuesday night.

Gage Gruenhagen propelled the Bulldogs with 27 points and 12 rebounds. The Bulldogs outrebounded the Tigers 51-32 in the contest. De Smet made 17-of-58 field goal attempts and were 9-of-13 from the free-throw line.

Howard was led by Tate Schwader’s 16 points and Connor Hamilton’s 14 rebounds. The Tigers made 15-of-64 field goal attempts and were 1-1 from the free-throw line.

De Smet (3-4) plays Elkton-Lake Benton on Friday in Elkton. Howard (0-7) plays Hanson on Tuesday in Howard.

H 2 12 26 34

D 12 20 36 50

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 61, Kimball/White Lake 53

FORESTBURG — Sanborn Central/Woonsocket picked up a 61-53 victory over Kimball/White Lake on Tuesday night in high school boys basketball action.

Trevor Olson poured in 15 points to lead the Blackhawks while Wyatt Feistner tallied 13 points and 14 rebounds. SCW made 25-of-54 field goal attempts and were 4-of-12 from the free-throw line.

Kimball/White Lake received 12 points from Carter Fredericksen and 10 points and seven rebounds from Kory Peters. The WiLdKats shot 44 percent from the field in the contest and committed five more turnovers in the game than SCW.

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (4-2) play James Valley Christian in Forestburg on Thursday. Kimball/White Lake (4-3) plays Corsica-Stickney on Friday in Kimball.

SCW 14 36 54 61

KWL 17 30 43 53

Beresford 48, McCook Central/Montrose 37

BERESFORD — Beresford downed McCook Central/Montrose 48-37 in high school boys basketball action on Tuesday night.

No statistics were reported.

Beresford (4-3) plays Tea Area on Thursday in Beresford. McCook Central/Montrose (1-8) plays Sioux Valley in Volga on Friday.


Aberdeen Christian 65, Webster 44

Beresford 48, McCook Central/Montrose 37

Bison 69, Rapid City Christian 50

Brookings 70, Mitchell 44

Corsica/Stickney 65, Mitchell Christian 42

DeSmet 50, Howard 34

Elk Point-Jefferson 70, Lennox 53

Faulkton 72, Highmore-Harrold 63

Huron 74, Pierre 52

Ipswich 66, Edmunds Central 29

Irene-Wakonda 69, Alcester-Hudson 55

Lemmon 61, Bowman County, N.D. 52

Little Wound 95, Red Cloud 57

Miller 81, Redfield/Doland 66

Parker 66, Dell Rapids St. Mary 27

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 61, Kimball/White Lake 53

Scotland 66, Centerville 29

Sioux Falls Christian 85, Dell Rapids 61

Sioux Falls Lincoln 69, Yankton 59

Sioux Falls O'Gorman 51, Sioux Falls Washington 40

Spearfish 53, Belle Fourche 42

Sturgis Brown 70, Hill City 60

Tea Area 75, Tri-Valley 70

Wagner 66, Gregory 57

Warner 51, Britton-Hecla 42

Winner 54, Valentine, Neb. 35

Wolsey-Wessington 72, Iroquois 18


Belle Fourche 45, Spearfish 33

Bowman County, N.D. 56, Harding County 39

Brookings 50, Mitchell 29

Canton 47, Mt. Vernon/Plankinton 46

Colman-Egan 38, Chester 32

Dell Rapids 53, Tea Area 42

Ethan 72, Scotland 23

Eureka/Bowdle 37, Langford 35

Flandreau 52, Garretson 13

Freeman 55, Bon Homme 22

Ipswich 65, Edmunds Central 28

Jones County 31, Colome 23

Leola/Frederick 52, Herreid/Selby Area 46

Little Wound 81, Bennett County 19

Lower Brule 45, Sunshine Bible Academy 34

Lyman 26, Chamberlain 24

McCook Central/Montrose 54, Hanson 46

Menno 51, Canistota 50

Miller 46, Redfield/Doland 31

Pierre 74, Huron 40

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 71, Kimball/White Lake 44

Sioux Falls Lincoln 59, Yankton 48

Sioux Falls Washington 43, Sioux Falls O'Gorman 41

St. Thomas More 57, Custer 31

Vermillion 42, Madison 40

Wagner 67, Gregory 30

Warner 48, Britton-Hecla 35

Waubay/Summit 60, Groton Area 52

West Central 58, Dakota Valley 53

Winner 55, Valentine, Neb. 25

West River Tournament

First Round

Faith 63, Rapid City Christian 21

Newell 49, Upton, Wyo. 38


Wakpala vs. Aberdeen Christian, ppd.