ABERDEEN - The Chamberlain boys basketball team picked up a convincing road win on Monday night, defeating Aberdeen Roncalli 71-63 in Aberdeen.
Seth Friesz led all scoring with 31 points, while Davis Blackbull had 17 points and Tiegen Priebe added 10 points. The Cubs shot 24-of-41 from the field and 20-of-21 from the line.
For Aberdeen Roncalli, Gus Reede tallied 18 points and Brayden Sonners had 17 points in the loss. Aberdeen Roncalli shot 22-of-42 from the field and 8-of-10 from the line.
Chamberlain (15-5) and Aberdeen Roncalli (12-8) await district action.
C 17 29 42 71
AC 15 29 35 63
Irene-Wakonda 76, Bon Homme 41
TYNDALL - Gabe King's 20-point performance and five rebounds lead the Irene-Wakonda boys basketball team past Bon Homme 76-41 on Monday night in Tyndall.
Trey King added 16 points and six rebounds, while Tate Gale had 14 points in the contest. The Eagles shot 31-of-64 from the field and 5-of-6 from the line.
For Bon Homme, Bryce Scieszinski tallied 12 points and Cole Uecker had 10 points in the loss. The Cavaliers shot 16-of-61 from the field and 3-of-7 from the free-throw line.
Irene-Wakonda (16-4) and Bon Homme (7-13) await district action.
IW 17 35 57 76
BH 6 18 34 41
Mount Vernon/Plankinton 71, McCook Central/Montrose 46
MOUNT VERNON - Devin Rihanek's 28 points and six rebounds propelled Mount Vernon/Plankinton over McCook Central/Montrose 71-46 in prep boys basketball action on Monday night in Mount Vernon.
Dane Rihanek chipped in 10 points for MVP. The Titans shot 28-of-58 from the field and 7-of-11 from the line.
For MCM, Noah Edwards had 16 points and Kylar Hansen added 11 points in the loss. The Fighting Cougars shot 17-of-37 from the field and 9-of-11 from the line.
Mount Vernon/Plankinton (13-6) visits Mitchell Christian on Friday, while McCook Central/Montrose (5-14) hosts Baltic on Friday night.
MVP 28 38 57 71
MCM 13 24 39 46
Corsica-Stickney 66, Parkston 57
PARKSTON - Corsica-Stickney picked up a win on the road, defeating Parkston 66-57 in boys high school basketball action on Monday night in Parkston.
Eli Van Roekel recorded 24 points, while Clayton Menning had 14 points. Josh Moser added 10 points in the contest. The Jaguars shot 22-of-55 from the field and 17-of-31 from the line.
For Parkston, Wes Genant tallied 19 points, Jake DeLange had 17 points and Dillan Thuringer added 10 points in the loss. The Trojans shot 20-of-55 from the field and 12-of-16 from the line.
Corsica-Stickney (18-3) and Parkston (11-9) await district play.
CS 10 28 46 66
P 8 25 40 57
Marty 73, Wagner 68
WAGNER - Marty picked up a win on the road in boys high school basketball action, defeating Wagner 73-68 on Monday night in Wagner.
Oscar Bernie and Devon Drapeaux had 24 points apiece in the contest. The Braves shot 23-of-64 from the field and 18-of-24 from the line.
For Wagner, Jubal Grant recorded a double-double with 19 points and 13 rebounds. Chase Zephier had 17 points in the loss. The Red Raiders shot 21-of-50 from the field and 25-of-48 from the free-throw line.
Marty (14-6) and Wagner (6-14) await district action.
M 20 34 49 73
W 12 35 52 68
Bridgewater-Emery 87, Kimball/White Lake 53
EMERY - Lucas Miller's double-double helped Bridgewater-Emery defeat Kimball/White Lake 87-53 in boys high school basketball action on Monday night in Emery.
Jamin Arend added 17 points, while Sam Arend had 11 points. Sawyer Schultz had 16 points and seven assists in the contest. The Huskies shot 35-of-62 from the field and 8-of-10 from the line.
For KWL, Seth Kirsch tallied 18 points in the loss. Kimball/White Lake shot 21-of-52 from the floor and 8-of-13 from the line.
The Huskies had 18 turnovers compared to 23 turnovers from KWL.
Bridgewater-Emery (15-5) and Kimball/White Lake (6-14) await district action.
BE 21 37 73 87
KWL 13 22 37 53
Canistota 81, Colman-Egan 45
COLMAN - The Canistota boys basketball team cruised to victory on Monday night, defeating Colman-Egan 81-45 in Colman.
Shay Jolley recorded 26 points, while Mason Decker added 22 points and nine rebounds, just shy of a double-double. Drew Seubert chipped in 12 points for Canistota. The Hawks shot 33-of-58 from the field and 8-of-11 from the line.
For Colman-Egan, Josh Giese had 17 points and nine rebounds in the loss. The Hawks shot 19-of-57 from the field and 4-of-7 from the free-throw line.
Canistota (17-2) and Colman-Egan (13-6) await district action.
C 23 41 59 81
CE 4 21 38 45
Hanson 57, Scotland 40
SCOTLAND - A 21-point game from Aaron Wenande keyed the Hanson boys basketball team to victory Monday night in Scotland, 57-40.
Andrew Arend added 16 points. Martez Campbell had 10 rebounds and Thomas Arend added nine rebounds for the Beavers. Nate Stewart had four assists and Wenande had a team-high three steals.
For the Highlanders, Tanner Skorepa had 13 points and seven rebounds. Tanner Van Driel had nine points for Scotland.
Hanson made 19-of-44 shots in the game and was 4-of-10 on free throws. Scotland was 16-of-48 shooting for the game and made 3-of-7 free throws. Hanson committed 15 turnovers and Scotland committed 11 turnovers.
Hanson (13-7) and Scotland (5-15) await district play.
H 12 31 49 57
S 9 19 31 40
Winner 55, Crow Creek 52
WINNER - The Winner boys basketball team picked up a win on its home court, defeating Crow Creek 66-52 on Monday night in Winner.
Devon Leiferman recorded a double-double with 26 points and 11 rebounds, while Cameron Kuil also had a double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds. Lattrel Terkildsen added 15 points for Winner. The Warriors shot 24-of-61 from the field and 12-of-17 from the line.
For Crow Creek, Noah Comes Flying had 14 points and Dale Big Eagle added 13 points in the loss. Crow Creek shot 18-of-48 from the field and 9-of-11 from the line.
Winner (15-5) and Crow Creek (11-9) await district play.
W 20 33 44 66
CC 13 26 31 52
Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 53, Howard 46
HOWARD - Oldham-Ramona/Rutland defeated Howard in boys basketball action on Monday by the final of 53-46 in Howard.
Jamus Brown recorded 21 points for the Raiders.
For Howard, Tate Schwader tallied 19 points in the loss.
No team stats were reported.
Oldham-Ramona/Rutland (10-10) and Howard (0-20) awaits district play.
ORR 17 28 38 53
H 7 26 32 46