Area basketball roundup: Lyman boys down Wall
PRESHO — Four Raiders scored in double figures as Lyman earned a 72-44 victory over Wall in prep boys basketball action on Saturday in Presho.
Lyman (5-8): Tate Wagner scored 18 points and pulled down 16 rebounds for a double-double, while Ty Schindler added 16 points and Baptiste Pourier and Brenden Estes each tossed in 12 points. Up next: Lyman plays at Gregory on Tuesday.
Wall (5-7): Damion Bresee finished with 17 points for Wall. Up next: Wall plays at White River on Thursday.
W 11 20 24 44
L 17 29 51 72
Viborg-Hurley 78, ACDC 58
MADISON — Viborg-Hurley outrebounded Andes Central/Dakota Christian 45-27 while picking up a victory at the Mustang Seeds/Dakota State University Classic on Saturday in Madison.
ACDC (6-7): Daaron Tronvold and Chase Pheifer each had 16 points. Up next: The Thunder plays Wagner on Thursday.
Viborg-Hurley (11-1): Brodee Sherman scored a game-high 30 points. Up next: The Cougars play at Canistota on Tuesday.
VH 37 78
ACDC 27 58
Little Wound 71, Platte-Geddes 56
MADISON — Little Wound scored 22 points off of 19 Platte-Geddes turnovers and earned a boys basketball win at the Mustang Seeds/Dakota State University Classic on Saturday in Madison.
Little Wound (8-7): Riley Cross led all scores with 26 points and 10 rebounds for a double-double. Up next: Little Wound plays at Red Cloud on Tuesday.
Platte-Geddes (6-6): Trevor Sprik had 11 points, while Xavier Marshall added nine points and 12 rebounds. Up next: The Black Panthers play Chamberlain on Tuesday in Platte.
LW 33 71
PG 28 56
St. Francis Indian 74, Freeman 48
FREEMAN — Josh Iron Shell scored a game-high 25 points to lead St. Francis Indian over Freeman in prep boys basketball action on Saturday.
Freeman (5-7): Braxton Schmidt had 12 points, while Bailey Sage and Charles Harberts each added nine points. Up next: The Flyers play at Scotland today.
St. Francis Indian (4-10): Caylen Clairmont added 22 points. Up next: St. Francis Indian plays at Pine Ridge on Tuesday.
SFI 16 37 61 74
F 7 24 42 48
McCook Central/Montrose 61, Flandreau 40
VOLGA — McCook Central/Montrose won the Big East Conference Tournament by beating Flandreau in the championship game on Saturday in Volga.
MCM (14-1): Jacy Pulse scored a game-high 15 points, while Morgan Koepsell stuffed the stat sheet nearly recording a triple-double. Koepsell had 18 rebounds, nine points and nine assists. Up next: MCM plays Parkston on Tuesday in Salem.
Flandreau (10-5): Marianna Pavlis led the team with 10 points. Up next: Flandreau hosts Sioux Valley on Friday in Flandreau.
F 6 17 26 39
MCM 11 30 48 61
Garretson 62, Howard 58
VOLGA — Garretson beat Howard to claim fifth place at the Big East Conference Tournament on Saturday in Volga.
Howard (7-7): Hilary Albrecht scored a game-high 25 points, while Citori Rentz added 13 points and 11 rebounds for a double-double. Josie Erickson finished with 10 points. Up next: The Tigers play Irene-Wakonda on Tuesday in Howard.
Garretson (6-7): Lizzie Olson led with 18 points and 15 rebounds, while Kyley Greenhoff added 14 points. Up next: The Blue Dragons play Tea Area on Tuesday in Garretson.
H 16 28 36 58
G 11 24 46 62
Freeman 63, St. Francis Indian 38
FREEMAN — Three Freeman players scored in double figures as the Flyers beat St. Francis Indian in prep girls basketball action on Saturday.
Freeman (9-3): Karli Maske led with 14 points, while Josie Fuhrmann added 13 points and Jaimie Glanzer tossed in 11 points. Up next: Freeman plays Scotland on Tuesday in Freeman.
St. Francis Indian (3-11): Jazlea Arcoren led with 20 points. Up next: The Warriors play at Pine Ridge on Tuesday.
SFI 8 15 26 38
F 17 34 53 63
Aberdeen Roncalli 55, Chamberlain 30
CHAMBERLAIN — Aberdeen Roncalli held Chamberlain to 12 points in the second half and earned a road victory on Saturday.
Chamberlain (5-9): Mady Handel had eight points, while Paige Reuer and Alayne Daley each added six points. Up next: The Cubs play Platte-Geddes on Tuesday in Platte.
Aberdeen Roncalli (10-3): Grace Imbery scored 19 points in the win. Up next: The Cavaliers face Miller on Tuesday in Aberdeen.
AR 12 23 38 55
C 11 18 24 30
Lyman 42, Wall 30
PRESHO — Lyman picked up its 10th win on Saturday, topping Wall 42-30 in girls basketball action.
Lyman (10-5): Kacie Wagner finished with 18 points and 11 rebounds for a double-double, while Kayt Garnos added eight points and nine rebounds. Up next: Lyman plays Colome today in Presho.
Wall (7-5): Cooper McLaughlin had eight points. Up next: Wall plays at Hot Springs today.
W 8 15 22 30
L 13 22 30 42