Area basketball roundup: Colome boys hold off Menno
MENNO—Three players combined to score 50 points as Colome knocked off Menno in a boys basketball game on Saturday.
Colome (12-4): Layton Thieman finished with 23 points and six boards, while Jackson Kinzer netted 17 points and dished out seven assists. Calvin Ringing Shield added 10 points. Colome plays at Burke on Tuesday.
Menno (4-12): Logan Klaudt tossed in 14 points and Kyle Munkvold scored 12 points. Trey Bohlmann added nine points. Menno plays Viborg-Hurley on Tuesday in Viborg.
C 14 32 44 59
M 12 29 39 49
Tripp-Delmont/Armour 74, Avon 41
ARMOUR—Micah Lau scored 24 points to power Tripp-Delmont/Armour to a boys basketball victory over Avon on Saturday.
TDA (7-8): Lau also dished out five assists and recorded five rebounds. Cade Gemar scored 15 points and Kasen Abedi logged 11 points and six boards. The Nighthawks play Corsica-Stickney on Tuesday in Corsica.
Avon (0-16): Riley Rucktaeschel scored 13 points. The Pirates host Gayville-Volin on Monday.
TDA 18 40 59 74
A 4 19 31 41
Area girls basketball
Warner 48, Parkston 38
WARNER—Warner used a strong second quarter to get past Parkston during the Warner Classic in girls basketball action on Saturday.
Warner (17-2): Laurie Rogers tossed in 26 points, while Keeley Fischbach and Ashley Fischbach both scored 10 points. The Monarchs host Faulkton Area on Monday.
Parkston (9-7): Emma Yost led the Trojans with 16 points, while Tiah Holzbauer scored six points. Parkston hosts Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Monday.
W 13 24 39 48
P 11 18 30 38
Wagner 58, Hanson 55
WAGNER—Wagner outscored Hanson 24-14 in the fourth quarter to come away with a girls basketball win on Saturday.
Wagner (5-12): Abby Brunsing had 18 points and six rebounds. Faith Tyler finished with 14 points, seven assists and five steals. Kayli Kocer added 11 points and six assists. Wagner plays at Vermillion on Tuesday.
Hanson (8-10): Morgan Huber and Mekiah Campbell both scored 14 points apiece. Campbell collected seven rebounds. The Beavers host Bon Homme on Monday.
W 10 25 34 58
H 10 20 41 55
Kimball/White Lake 49, Wolsey-Wessington 40
WHITE LAKE—Kennedy Leiferman and Grace Konechne both registered double-doubles to pace Kimball/White Lake to a girls basketball win over Wolsey-Wessington on Saturday.
KWL (7-10): Leiferman finished with 25 points and 13 rebounds. Konechne added 16 points and 11 boards. Heather Munsen dished out 10 assists. KWL hosts Hitchcock-Tulare on Monday in White Lake.
W-W (9-7): Courtney Sprecher scored 12 points. The Warbirds play at Mitchell Christian on Tuesday.
WW 9 24 34 40
KWL 9 24 35 49