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Area high school basketball roundup: Jaguar girls race past WiLdKats

Corsica-Stickney's Raven Barse goes up for a layup as Kimball/White Lake's Whitney Hinker fouls her during a high school girls basketball game on Thursday at the Corn Palace in Mitchell. (Eric Mayer/Republic)

Corsica-Stickney defeated Kimball/White Lake 44-31 on Thursday night in girls basketball action from the Corn Palace.

Courtney Menning led the Jaguars with 23 points and nine rebounds in the win. Raven Barse contributed 11 rebounds. Corsica-Stickney was 14-of-49 from the floor and 15-of-19 from the free throw line to earn the victory.

Kimball/White Lake was led by Whitney Hinker who scored 11 points in the loss. Brooklyn Donald pulled down 7 rebounds. The WiLdKats were 9-of-39 from the floor and 11-of-18 at the free throw line on the night.

Corsica-Stickney (8-12) finished the regular season and will compete in the District 11B tournament next week. Kimball/White Lake (8-12) will also compete in the District 11B tournament next week.

CS 14 26 36 44

KWL 8 17 23 31 

Parkston 38, Mount Vernon/Plankinton 29

PARKSTON—Parkston defeated Mount Vernon/Plankinton 38-29 on Thursday night in girls basketball action.

Sydney Wickersham posted a solid game with 10 points, three assists, and two steals to lead the Trojans. Paige Semmler also scored 10 points in the win. Parkston was 6-of-12 at the free throw line in the victory.

The Titans were led by Katlyn Briggs' double-double as she scored 14 points and pulled down 12 rebounds in the loss. Stephanie Faulhaber added seven points and three assists. MVP was just 7-of-21 at the free throw line.

Parkston (9-10) plays Avon today in Avon. Mount Vernon/Plankinton finished the regular season at 9-11 and will compete in the Region 5A tournament on Tuesday.

P 13 18 28 38

MVP 8 13 17 29

Burke/South Central 66, Gregory 36

BURKE—Burke/South Central downed Gregory 66-36 on Thursday night in prep girls basketball.

Madison Wischmann, in her final home game for the Cougars, scored a game-high 25 points and pulled down four rebounds in the win. Tressa Bull added 14 points and Teah Serr contributed five rebounds. Burke/South Central shot 49 percent from the floor (29-of-59) and outrebounded Gregory, 23-18. The Cougars committed just 10 turnovers on the night.

The Gorillas were led by Sydney Svatos who scored 11 points in the loss. Megan Warnke chipped in nine points. Gregory was 14-of-31 from the field (45 percent) and committed 27 turnovers in the loss.

Burke/South Central finished the regular season 13-7 and will compete in the District 12B tournament next week. Gregory ended the regular season at 2-18 and will also compete in the District 12B tournament next week.

BSC 22 47 59 66

G 11 19 31 36

Menno 51, Freeman Academy/Marion 38

MARION—Menno topped Freeman Academy/Marion 51-38 in prep girls basketball action on Thursday.

Morgan Edelman led the Wolves with 12 points, 10 rebounds and six steals. Marissa Buechler and Paige Heckenlaible both scored nine points. Heckenlaible handed out six assists and had four steals. Courtnee Edelman recorded seven rebounds and four steals. Menno shot 20-for-68 from the field, 4-for-16 at the 3-point line and 7-for-21 at the free throw line.

Tiana Schroeder led Freeman Academy/Marion with 16 points and eight rebounds. Annie Carlson tossed in 11 points and collected 13 rebounds. Michele Schoenwald also grabbed eight boards for the Bearcats, who grabbed 35 rebounds. Freeman Academy/Marion shot 14-for-33 from the field, 3-for-4 from the 3-point line and 4-for-7 at the foul line.

Menno (9-11) and Freeman Academy/Marion (8-12) will both compete in the District 9B tournament next week in Scotland.

M 12 24 41 51

FAM 4 15 22 38

Lyman 50, Jones County 32

PRESHO—Lyman outscored Jones County 31-16 in the second half to pull away for a 50-32 victory on Thursday night in girls basketball action.

Haley Booth and Kayt Garnos each scored 10 points to lead the Raiders in the win. Ashton Smith added nine points and six rebounds.

Jones County was led by Savannah Krogman's 12 points in the loss. Emily Jacobs contributed eight points.

No team stats were reported.

Lyman finished the regular season 15-5 and will now compete in the District 13B tournament on Tuesday in Kadoka. Jones County ended the regular season at 4-15 and will also compete in the District 13B tournament on Monday in Kadoka.

L 6 19 32 50

JC 4 16 19 32

Platte-Geddes 57, Wagner 43

PLATTE—Alexis Peterson scored her 1,000th point to lead Platte-Geddes to a 57-43 win over Wagner on Thursday night in prep girls basketball.

It was a special night for Peterson as she posted a double-double and filled up the stat sheet with 18 points, 17 rebounds, and seven assists in the win. Jada Nelson added 13 points and eight rebounds. Hallie Hallock contributed 13 points. The Black Panthers were 17-of-54 (31 percent) from the floor and just 8-of-22 from the free throw line. Platte-Geddes also committed 19 turnovers in the victory.

Wagner was led by Kristan Soukup who scored 14 points, pulled down seven rebounds, and had five assists in the loss. Janae Patterson added 11 points and seven rebounds. The Red Raiders were 15-of-57 (26 percent) from the floor and 12-of-15 from the free throw line. Wagner committed 19 turnovers in the losing effort.

Platte-Geddes (13-6) plays Colome today in Platte. Wagner finished the regular season at 7-13 and will now play in the Region 5A tournament on Tuesday.

PG 15 29 45 57

W 12 22 35 43

Scotland 53, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 44

TRIPP—Scotland jumped out to a 36-18 halftime lead and hung onto defeat Tripp-Delmont/Armour 53-44 in girls basketball action on Thursday.

Bella Vitek led the Highlanders with 14 points and Taylor Gall added 13 points in the win. Scotland shot 14-for-21 from the field, 4-for-10 at the 3-point line and 13-for-26 at the foul line. The Highlanders outrebounded the Nighthawks 27-26. Scotland committed 16 turnovers.

Mattilynn Reiner paced TDA with 15 points, nine rebounds and three assists. Kianna Payer added 13 points for the Nighthawks. Erica Koster had seven steals for TDA, which shot 12-for-30 from the field. The Nighthawks went 4-for-21 at the 3-point line and 8-for-12 at the free throw line.

Scotland (8-12) and Tripp-Delmont/Armour (15-5) will both begin postseason play next week.

S 17 36 42 53

TDA 10 18 32 44

Boys basketball

Kimball/White Lake 64, Andes Central/Dakota Christian 48

Kimball/White Lake downed Andes Central/Dakota Christian 64-48 in boys basketball action on Thursday at the Corn Palace.

Seth Kirsch paced the WiLdKats with 22 points and five assists. Garrett Wessel and Javen Holan tossed in 15 points apiece in the win. Wessel grabbed seven rebounds. Kory Peters added six rebounds and three steals. The WiLdKats shot 19-for-38 from the field, 5-for-15 at the 3-point line and 11-for-19 at the free throw line. K/WL grabbed 29 rebounds and committed 14 turnovers.

Michael Maas led Andes Central/Dakota Christian with 18 points and 13 rebounds. Chase Pheifer added 14 points and J.B. Bruguier added nine points. Bruguier added six rebounds and five steals. The Thunder shot 19-for-36 from the field, 2-for-18 from the 3-point line and 4-for-8 at the foul line. AC/DC grabbed 31 rebounds and turned the ball over 15 times.

Kimball/White Lake (10-8) plays at James Valley Christian on Saturday. Andes Central/Dakota Christian (9-9) will host Sunshine Bible Academy today in New Holland.

ACDC 14 24 41 48

KWL 18 33 50 64

Corsica-Stickney 57, Hanson 49

Hanson held the halftime lead but it was Corsica-Stickney with the boys basketball win Thursday at the Corn Palace, as the No. 2 Jaguars won 57-49.

The No. 2-ranked Jaguars had five players in double figures, with Kyle Menning leading the way with 15 points. Hunter Johnson had 13 points and six rebounds, while Josh Moser had 10 points and Clayton Menning had 10 points and six assists.

For the Beavers, Donnie Weber had 18 points and Nathan Stewart had 12 points, while Payden Haiar had 10 points. Thomas Arend had 11 rebounds for Hanson.

Corsica-Stickney was 20 for 42 shooting in the contest and made 8 of 12 free throws, while Hanson was 15 for 37 shooting and made 13 of 21 free throws.

C-S (17-2) plays Parkston on Monday in Stickney. Hanson (9-10) plays Scotland on Monday in Alexandria.

C-S 16 25 43 57

H 17 27 38 49

Flandreau 70, Howard 25

FLANDREAU—Flandreau cruised to a 70-25 win over Howard on Thursday night in boys basketball action.

Dylan LeBrun led the Fliers with his all-around game, posting 23 points, nine assists, and seven rebounds. Xavier Pavlis added 18 points and four steals.

Connor Hamilton scored seven points for the Tigers, while Tate Schwader scored five points.

Howard (2-15) will play at Parker on Saturday.

Gayville-Volin 63, Freeman 54

FREEMAN—Gayville-Volin outscored Freeman 23-11 in the fourth quarter to pull away and win 63-54 on Thursday night in boys basketball action.

The Raiders were led by Brock VanOsdel's 22 points in the win. Collin Mann added 14 points and Skyler Olson chipped in 11 points. Gayville-Volin was 26-of-51 from the field and just 4-of-13 at the free throw line.

Levi Waldhauser and Braxton Schmidt each scored 15 points to lead the Flyers. Bailey Sage contributed 11 points in the loss. Freeman shot 42 percent from the field and 77 percent at the free throw line in the losing effort. The Flyers were also outrebounded by G-V, 32-28.

Gayville-Volin (10-9) plays Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Feb. 23 in Lake Andes. Freeman (5-13) plays Avon today in Freeman.

GV 16 29 41 63

F 9 31 42 54

Canistota 72, Irene-Wakonda 62

WAKONDA — Canistota earned a road boys basketball victory Thursday at Irene-Wakonda 72-62.For Canistota, Jacob White Lance had 18 points and Jordan Lee had 16 points. Xavier Ward had 14 points and eight rebounds. Scott Jolley had 10 points, 10 rebounds and six assists. Canistota was 24 for 50 on field goals and 19 of 28 on free throws and had 34 total rebounds. Irene-Wakonda was led by Trey King's 24 points. Levi Van Beek had 18 points and eight rebounds. Tate Gale had 12 points. Canistota (14-5) hosts Colman-Egan on Monday. Irene-Wakonda (13-6) plays Viborg-Hurley today.  C  21 45 59 72IW 17 38 51 62 STATEWIDE SCORES

BOYS BASKETBALL

Canistota 72, Irene-Wakonda 62

Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 59, Belle Fourche 53

Crazy Horse 67, Takini 66

Crow Creek 78, McLaughlin 49

Deuel 41, DeSmet 35

Dupree 95, Wakpala 91, OT

Faulkton 48, Sully Buttes 47

Flandreau 70, Howard 25

Gayville-Volin 63, Freeman 54

Harrisburg 71, Pierre 68, OT

Hot Springs 53, Hill City 43

Huron 77, Aberdeen Central 54

Kimball/White Lake 64, Andes Central/Dakota Christian 48

Lemmon 57, Bison 49

Lennox 76, West Central 67

Leola/Frederick 40, Eureka/Bowdle 36

Lyman 69, Wall 61

Menno 50, Freeman Academy/Marion 33

Potter County 64, Ipswich 60

Rapid City Christian 65, New Underwood 19

Rapid City Stevens 67, Rapid City Central 44

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 70, Mitchell Christian 47

Sioux Falls Christian 62, Beresford 23

Vermillion 74, Madison 53

Waubay/Summit 53, Florence/Henry 51

Waverly-South Shore 58, Great Plains Lutheran 42

Wolsey-Wessington 72, Hitchcock-Tulare 31

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Aberdeen Central 60, Huron 31

Aberdeen Roncalli 61, Britton-Hecla 33

Burke/South Central 66, Gregory 36

Castlewood 54, Estelline 30

Corsica/Stickney 44, Kimball/White Lake 31

Crazy Horse 59, Takini 37

Dell Rapids 61, Madison 54

Dell Rapids St. Mary 37, Hendricks, Minn. 36

DeSmet 62, Deuel 40

Douglas 49, Spearfish 48

Dupree 55, Wakpala 42

Herreid/Selby Area 60, Northwestern 52

Hill City 61, Hot Springs 21

Ipswich 53, Potter County 43

Kadoka Area 70, Bennett County 49

Langford 66, Edmunds Central 42

Lennox 58, West Central 31

Leola/Frederick 46, Eureka/Bowdle 24

Little Wound 63, Lower Brule 50

Lyman 50, Jones County 32

McLaughlin 67, Crow Creek 65

Menno 51, Freeman Academy/Marion 38

Milbank Area 48, Groton Area 36

Miller 52, Highmore-Harrold 35

Mobridge-Pollock 47, Stanley County 40

Parker 65, Tea Area 43

Parkston 38, Mt. Vernon/Plankinton 29

Platte-Geddes 57, Wagner 43

Redfield/Doland 38, Clark/Willow Lake 37

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 67, Mitchell Christian 27

Scotland 53, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 44

Sioux Falls Christian 46, Beresford 41

Sioux Valley 56, Garretson 48

St. Thomas More 46, Belle Fourche 36

Sully Buttes 77, Faulkton 28

Waubay/Summit 53, Florence/Henry 51

Waverly-South Shore 48, Great Plains Lutheran 31

Webster 81, Tiospa Zina Tribal 28

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