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Area basketball roundup: Cowboys down Thunder boys

NEW HOLLAND — A late rally from Andes Central/Dakota Christian fell short as Colome earned a road victory 56-50 in prep boys basketball action on Friday.

Colome (13-1): Layton Thieman and Jackson Kinzer each scored 15 points, while Calvin Ringling Shield added 13 points. Thieman also added six assists and six steals. Up next: Colome plays Herreid/Selby Area today at the Highmore Action Club Classic.

ACDC (7-8): Daaron Tronvold led the Thunder with 14 points, Chase Pheifer added 13 and Cliff Johnson finished with 10 points and 11 rebounds. Up next: ACDC hosts Mount Marty on Tuesday in Lake Andes.

C 8 32 46 56

ACDC 10 19 30 50

Menno 71, Howard 37

MENNO — Trey Bohlmann scored 32 points as Menno topped Howard in prep boys basketball action on Friday.

Menno (7-7): Bohlmann also pulled down a school record 26 rebounds for a double-double, while Spencer Schultz finished with 18 points and Conner Edelman added 10. Up next: The Wolves host Canistota on Thursday.

Howard (1-15): Colton Spader scored 13 points and Tate Schwader had 12 points. Up next: The Tigers host Garretson on Monday.

H 11 22 30 37

M 18 37 59 71

Bon Homme 60, Avon 34

AVON — Class A No. 4 Bon Homme jumped ahead of Avon 26-7 after the first quarter and cruised to a boys basketball victory on Friday.

Bon Homme (12-2): Joey Slama paced the Cavaliers with 24 points and five rebounds. Mace Merkwan added 13 points and five rebounds, while Bryce Scieszinski had 12 points and six rebounds. Up next: Bon Homme plays Burke/South Central on Tuesday in Bonesteel.

Avon (7-6): Jacob Cihak tossed in 11 points and collected seven rebounds. Brady Cameron added eight points, six rebounds and three blocked shots. Up next: Avon plays at Marty on Monday.

BH 26 30 44 60

A 7 7 18 34

Ethan 76, Kimball/White Lake 74 (OT)

ETHAN — Ethan nipped Kimball/White Lake in overtime in a boys basketball contest on Friday in Ethan.

Ethan (8-8): Abiah Plastow powered the Rustlers with 25 points and 16 rebounds. Derek Storm had 21 points and nine assists, while Brady Hawkins scored 16 points. Up next: Ethan plays at Wagner on Monday.

Kimball/White Lake (9-6): Kory Peters led KWL with 27 points and nine rebounds. Kordel Kiehn recorded 11 points and eight rebounds. Up next: Kimball/White Lake hosts Lyman on Tuesday in Kimball.

KWL 13 28 41 64 74

E 12 26 45 64 76

Girls basketball

Howard 66, Canistota 47

CANISTOTA — Howard forced 28 Canistota turnovers and picked up a road victory in girls basketball action on Friday.

Howard (8-8): Hilary Albrecht scored a game-high 25 points, while Citori Rentz added 14 points and 13 rebounds for a double-double. Josie Erickson had 10 points. Up next: The Tigers host Garretson on Monday.

Canistota (6-11): Jordan Engbrecht had 24 points for the Hawks. Up next: The Hawks host Corsica-Stickney on Tuesday.

H 14 31 48 66

C 10 22 37 47

Hanson 63, Tea Area 22

ALEXANDRIA — Heather Kayser and Brooke Slaba combined for 30 points to power Hanson to a girls basketball win over Tea Area

Hanson (14-3): Kayser scored 19 points and added five steals. Slaba netted 11 points. Brooke Weber collected nine rebounds and dished out seven assists. Up next: Hanson hosts Freeman on Tuesday.

Tea Area (3-11): Olivia Ritter scored 10 points for the Titans. Up next: Tea Area plays Deuel today in Madison during the Dak-12/Northeast Conference Challenge.

TA 0 13 17 22

H 14 28 50 63

Parkston 45, Gregory 36

PARKSTON — Parkston rose to victory over Gregory in girls basketball action Friday.

Parkston (5-10): Paige Semmler led Parkston with 15 points, five rebounds and four steals. Ellie Weidenbach tallied eight points, while Sydney Wickersham scored seven points with four rebounds and six assists. Up next: The Trojans play at Scotland on Tuesday.

Gregory (2-13): Sydney Svatos and Emma Schweigert tallied nine points apiece, while Svatos added five rebounds. Up next: The Gorillas play Bridgewater-Emery today at the Corn Palace.

G 7 16 26 36

P 15 24 31 45

Ethan 66, Kimball/White Lake 23

ETHAN — Three players scored in double figures to power Ethan to a girls basketball victory over Kimball/White Lake on Friday.

Ethan (14-2): Cameryn Logan led the Rustlers with 16 points and seven rebounds. Karly Gustafson added 14 points and Jessica Bartscher scored 11 points. Mollie Miiller had 12 assists and seven steals. Up next: The Rustlers play at Wagner on Monday.

Kimball/White Lake (9-7): Grace Konechne scored 16 points. Up next: KWL hosts Lyman on Tuesday in Kimball.

KWL 0 6 12 23

E 19 38 48 66

Bridgewater-Emery 59, Gayville-Volin 29

EMERY — Three Bridgewater-Emery players scored in double figures as the Huskies defeated Gayville-Volin on Friday.

Bridgewater-Emery (7-9): Tessa Burnham had 16 points, Abigal Arend added 14 points and Kerrigan Schultz finished with 10 points. Up next: The Huskies play Gregory today at the Corn Palace.

Gayville-Volin (1-12): Elianna Clark led the team with 11 points. Up next: The Raiders play at Dell Rapids St. Mary on Monday.

GV 3 11 21 29

BE 14 31 42 59

Viborg-Hurley 59, Freeman Academy/Marion 38

MARION — Sydney Voss scored a game-high 18 points to power Viborg-Hurley over Freeman Academy/Marion on Friday.

Viborg-Hurley (5-11): Voss added six assists and five rebounds, while Nevaeh Ronke tossed in 15 points. Up next: The Cougars play at Avon on Tuesday.

FAM (3-12): Annie Carlson finished with 10 points and Michele Schoenwald added seven points and six rebounds. Up next: The Bearcats host Gayville-Volin on Tuesday.

VH 14 35 49 59

FAM 7 14 24 38