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Area basketball roundup: Blackhawks down Titans

FORESTBURG — Sanborn Central/Woonsocket downed Mount Vernon/Plankinton 63-54 in prep boys basketball action on Tuesday night.

SCW (3-0): Noah Dickson led the Blackhawks to victory with 25 points, while Trent Kingsbury stuffed the stat sheet with 11 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists for a triple-double. Trey Weber chipped in 11 points. Up next: SCW faces Hitchcock-Tulare on Dec. 28 in Woonsocket.

MVP (2-2): Kaden Karst led the Titans with 13 points and five rebounds, while Nolan Sampson scored 12 points in the loss. Up next: The Titans will play at Gregory on Thursday.

MVP 12 27 38 54

SCW 16 28 49 63

Avon 74, Centerville 30

CENTERVILLE — Forty-three first-half points helped the Avon boys basketball team pick up its first win of the season Tuesday at Centerville.

Avon (1-2): Brady Cameron had 28 points, seven rebounds and three blocks, while Jacob Cihak had 16 points and six rebounds and Levi DeJong added 12 points in the road win. Up next: Avon hosts Colome on Thursday in Avon.

Centerville (0-4): Hunter Ellis scored 15 points for the Tornadoes. Up next: The Tornadoes host Freeman Academy/Marion on Jan. 4 in Centerville.

A 13 43 60 74

C 10 21 26 30

Hanson 53, Parkston 39

PARKSTON — Hanson held Parkston to three points in the third quarter and outscored the Trojans 28-15 in the second half for a prep boys basketball win on Tuesday.

Hanson (4-0): Reggia Slaba scored 13 points, while Donnie Weber and Payden Haiar each chipped in 10 points for the Beavers. Nathan Stewart pulled down 13 rebounds. Up next: The Beavers play Viborg-Hurley on Friday in Hurley.

Parkston (2-2): Trenton Weber led the Trojans with 12 points and Braden Bruening added eight points. Up next: Parkston takes on Winner on Friday in Parkston.

H 13 25 38 53

P 11 24 27 39

TDA 54, Freeman Academy/Marion 52

TRIPP — Micah Lau scored a game-high 23 points to lead the Tripp-Delmont/Armour boys basketball team to its first win of the season on Tuesday.

TDA (1-3): Daniel Fuoss added 14 points and 12 rebounds for a double-double and Ty Sparks and Jacob Kriz each chipped in six points for the Nighthawks. Up next: TDA takes plays at Scotland on Jan. 5.

FA/M (2-2): Gavin Pankratz led the team with 18 points and 12 rebounds, while Dylan Johansen and Thaniel Schroeder each added nine points. Up next: The Bearcats play at Colome on Friday.

FAM 16 27 42 52

TDA 10 22 43 54

Chester Area 72, MCM 64

CHESTER — Chester Area scored 26 fourth-quarter points to race past Big East Conference rival McCook Central/Montrose Tuesday night.

Chester Area (5-1): Devin Eppard scored 28 points to lead the Flyers to victory, while Alex Tammen put up 15 points and Chris Mohr added 14 points. Eppard also had seven rebounds and six assists in the win. Up next: The Flyers play at Beresford on Friday.

MCM (1-3): Bryce Smart led MCM with 18 points. Trey Anderson scored 14 points, with Koltan Lindstrom adding 10 points in the loss. Up next: MCM plays Dell Rapids St. Mary on Thursday in Montrose.

C 10 26 46 72

MCM 14 29 49 64

Ethan 75, JVC 52

ETHAN — The Ethan boys picked up a win at home over James Valley Christian.

Ethan (2-1): Abiah Plastow led the Rustlers with 24 points and 10 rebounds. Derek Storm added 18 points and nine rebounds, while Eric Gustafson added 14 points. The Rustlers had 41 rebounds as a team. Up next: Ethan plays Leola/Frederick Area on Dec. 30 at the Huron Classic in Huron.

JVC (1-3): Darrian Hood put up 10 points and 11 rebounds in the loss. Up next: The Vikings play Potter County in the Big Bo Classic on Dec. 28 in Wolsey.

E 19 38 55 75

JVC 15 29 36 52

Area girls basketball

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 48, MVP 42

FORESTBURG — The Sanborn Central/Woonsocket girls basketball team took down rival Mount Vernon/Plankinton at home Tuesday night.

SCW (2-0): Megan Poyer led SCW with 23 points while Abby Vermeulen added 8 points. Poyer and Tristan Ziebart each had three assists. Up next: Sanborn Central/Woonsocket will host Hitchcock-Tulare on Dec. 28 in Woonsocket

MVP (0-4): Camie Walz and Kaitlyn Briggs put up 13 points a piece for the Titans. Walz also led MVP in assists with 6. The Titans had 24 turnovers in the loss. Up next: The Titans travel to Gregory on Thursday.

SCW 15 25 35 48

MVP 10 21 29 42

Kimball/White Lake 51, Chamberlain 47

KIMBALL — The Kimball/White Lake girls basketball team took down Chamberlain Tuesday night.

KWL (4-1): Kennedy Leiferman led KWL in scoring with 23 points. Leiferman had nine rebounds, with Heather Munsen adding six. Up next: KWL will play Dec. 28 at the Big Bo Classic in Wolsey against Herreid/Selby Area.

Chamberlain (1-2): Paige Reuer led the Cubs with 15 points, while Mady Handel scored nine. Reuer and Handel each had five rebounds. Up next: The Cubs host the East-West Classic on Dec. 28, playing Douglas.

KWL 13 22 36 51

C 11 22 30 47

Burke/South Central 66, Lyman 41

BURKE — The Burke/South Central girls basketball team outscored Lyman at home Tuesday night.

Burke/South Central (3-2 before): Tressa Bull led the Cougars with 24 points and seven rebounds. Ryahna Schweigert added 12 points, while Lahna Matucha had five steals. Burke/SC racked up a team total of 30 rebounds. Up next: The Cougars will host Jones County Dec. 28 in Burke.

Lyman (5-1): Kayt Garnos led Lyman with 21 points, while Kacie Wagner added 16 points and nine rebounds. Garnos also had three steals. Up next: Lyman will host Kadoka Area Jan. 2 in Presho.

Howard 53, Freeman 52 (OT)

FREEMAN — Howard pulled out a closely contested game Tuesday night, slipping past Cornbelt Conference foe Freeman in overtime.

Howard (2-2): Hilary Albrecht had 23 points and eight rebounds for the Tigers, who shot 60 percent on 2-point shots in the victory. Kennedy Koepsell scored 15 points, as Howard overcame 27 turnovers. Up next: Howard will play at Menno Thursday.

Freeman (2-1): Josie Fuhrmann scored 20 points, with Emily Miller added 10 points for the Flyers, who made 14-of-16 free throws. Up next: The Flyers travel to Wakonda on Thursday to face Irene-Wakonda.

H 12 25 35 47 53

F 10 24 37 47 52

TDA 58, Freeman Acad./Marion 26

TRIPP — Tripp/Delmont/Armour picked up a home win in girls basketball on Tuesday night..

TDA (2-1): Kianna Payer and Mattilynn Reiner both scored 16 points in the Nighthawks win while Reiner added seven rebounds and seven steals. Up next: The Nighthawks will take on No. 1-ranked Sully Buttes Dec. 28 at the Parkston Classic.

Freeman Academy/Marion (1-3): Annie Carlson led FA/M in scoring with 12 points. The Bearcats had 29 turnovers in the loss. Up next: The Bearcats will play at Andes Central/Dakota Christian Jan. 2 in Lake Andes.

TDA 18 38 54 58

FA/M 2 15 17 26

Ethan 71, James Valley Christian 22

ETHAN — Ethan earned a home win Tuesday, taking down non-conference foe James Valley Christian at home.

Ethan (3-1): Karly Gustafson had 27 points and seven rebounds for the Rustlers. Callie Hohn and Cameryn Logan each added 10 points, while Mollie Miiller had six steals. Up next: Ethan will play Philip Dec. 27 at the East-West Classic in Chamberlain.

James Valley Christian (1-4): Carolyn Whiting had 13 points to lead the Vikings. Up next: JVC will take on Potter County Dec. 28 at the Big Bo Classic in Wolsey.

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JVC 3 9 12 22

Tuesday's Statewide Scores


Avon 74, Centerville 30

Brookings 51, Mitchell 46, OT

Chester 72, McCook Central 64

Kimball/White Lake 72, Highmore-Harrold 64

Miller 70, Wolsey-Wessington 51

Sioux Falls Lincoln 59, Sioux Falls Washington 56

Stanley County 71, Jones County 57

Takini 56, Wakpala 46


Brandon Valley 68, Sioux Falls Washington 58

Burke/South Central 66, Lyman 31

Ethan 71, James Valley Christian 22

Faith 64, Dupree 35

Jones County 55, Stanley County 18

Kimball/White Lake 51, Chamberlain 47

Lemmon 59, Mobridge-Pollock 44

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 48, Mt. Vernon/Plankinton 42

Wakpala 77, Takini 30

Waubay/Summit 50, Webster 36

Wilmot 43, Hankinson, N.D. 30

Sanford Classic

Sioux Falls Lincoln 50, Sioux Falls Roosevelt 28