Area basketball roundup: Wagner boys knock off TDA for first win
WAGNER — Wagner edged Tripp-Delmont/Armour 53-52 and picked up its first boys basketball win of the season on Tuesday.
Wagner (1-16): Tysin Arpan powered Wagner with 19 points, 13 rebounds and five assists. Jaden Peters added nine points and Mato Perry collected eight rebounds. Up next: Wagner plays at Chamberlain on Friday.
TDA (6-10): Cade Gemar scored 17 points and Kasan Abedi had 11 points. Micah Lau and Daniel Fuoss both grabbed four rebounds, while Lau dished out eight assists. TDA (6-10): Up next: The Nighthawks travel to Avon on Saturday.
TDA 8 20 40 52
W 13 26 38 53
Parkston 47, Scotland 39
SCOTLAND — Parkston defeated Scotland in a close boys basketball game Tuesday.
Parkston (8-8): Brady Albrecht poured in 23 points and seven rebounds, while Braden Bruening scored 12 points and pulled down six rebounds. Up next: The Trojans take on Tea Area on Friday in Tea.
Scotland (8-7): Travis Skorepa tallied 16 points and 14 rebounds for a double-double and his 1,000th career point, while Tanner Van Driel scored 11 points. Up next: Scotland plays at Gregory on Friday.
P 9 19 28 47
S 13 19 29 39
Bon Homme 56, Burke/South Central 31
BONESTEEL — Bon Homme blitzed Burke/South Central in a boys basketball game on Tuesday.
Bon Homme (13-2): Bryce Scieszinski led the Cavaliers with 27 points and seven rebounds. Mace Merkwan added 12 points and nine boards, while Josh Schmidt had nine points. Up next: Bon Homme hosts West Central on Thursday in Tyndall.
BSC (7-9): Jaden Frank scored 11 points and five rebounds. Kray Person netted 10 points. Up next: BSC plays Kimball/White Lake on Thursday in Kimball.
BH 16 32 56 56
BSC 7 16 19 31
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 51, Iroquois 25
WOONSOCKET — Sanborn Central/Woonsocket outrebounded Iroquois 43-23 in boys basketball action Tuesday.
SCW (12-4): Jared Goldammer grabbed a double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds, while Noah Dickson also had a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds. Trent Kingsbury added eight rebounds and seven assists. Up next: The Blackhawks play Highmore-Harrold on Friday in Highmore.
Iroquois (3-12): Gavin Machtemes put up six points and eight rebounds. Up next: The Chiefs play Hitchcock-Tulare on Thursday in Iroquois.
I 11 15 15 25
SCW 10 30 41 51
Dell Rapids 65, Mount Vernon/Plankinton 33
MOUNT VERNON — Dell Rapids topped Mount Vernon/Plankinton in boys basketball action on Tuesday.
Dell Rapids (12-4): Mason Schmidt and Jeffrey Schuch tallied 16 points apiece for DR, while Carson Rentz scored 14 points. Schuch added eight rebounds. Up next: Dell Rapids plays Dakota Valley on Friday in North Sioux City.
MVP (8-6): Kyle Glanzer tallied 12 points for MVP. Up next: The Titans take on Ethan on Thursday in Plankinton.
DR 19 37 56 65
MVP 10 17 29 33
Viborg-Hurley 69, Avon 51
AVON — Viborg-Hurley defeated Avon in a boys basketball game on Tuesday.
Viborg-Hurley (13-2): Jack Lee tallied 17 points and five rebounds, while Brodee Sherman and Quinn Doorn scored 12 points apiece. Sherman added six rebounds. Up next: The Cougars play Parker on Friday in Viborg.
Avon (8-7): Brady Cameron scored 21 points and pulled down seven rebounds, and Jimmy Schuurmans tallied 11 points. Jacob Cihak also added nine rebounds. Up next: Avon plays Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Saturday in Avon.
VH 20 36 48 69
A 15 27 37 51
Kimball/White Lake 74, Lyman 61
KIMBALL — Kimball/White Lake outscored Lyman 64-51 over the final three quarters to earn a home victory on Tuesday.
KWL (10-6): Kory Peters led the WiLdKats with 18 points, Kordel Kiehn had 15 points and 20 rebounds for a double-double and Javen Holan added 15 points. Up next: KWL plays Burke/South Central on Thursday in Kimball.
Lyman (6-10): Tate Wagner scored 23 points, Kaden Cole added 12 points and Ty Schindler finished with 11 points. Up next: Lyman faces Philip on Friday in Presho.
L 10 20 35 61
KWL 10 33 58 74
Platte-Geddes 73, Todd County 38
PLATTE — Four Black Panthers scored in double figures to power Platte-Geddes to victory over Todd County in boys basketball action Tuesday.
Platte-Geddes (8-8): Trevor Sprik led PG with 20 points, while Cole Nachtigal tallied 16 points and dished out eight assists. Hayden Staluka put up 12 points, five assists and six rebounds, and Kelby VanDerWerff scored 10 points. Xavier Marshall also pulled down 10 rebounds. Up next: Platte-Geddes hosts Bon Homme on Friday in Platte.
Todd County (6-11): David Espinoza put up 15 points and seven rebounds for TC, while Bryce Hammer scored 10 points. Up next: The Falcons face Miller on Saturday in Mission.
PG 8 33 54 73
TC 7 15 27 38
Wolsey-Wessington 56, Wessington Springs 28
WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Wolsey-Wessington topped Wessington Springs in boys basketball action Tuesday.
Wolsey-Wessington (11-5): Lynden Williams tallied 21 points and seven boards, while Brevan Hooks added 16 points and six boards. Devante Luellman pulled down 13 boards. Up next: The Warbirds will play Mitchell Christian on Monday in Mitchell.
Wessington Springs (4-11): John Witte led the scoring with six points, while Gunnar Brandenburg pulled down eight rebounds. Up next: The Spartans will host Miller on Thursday.
WW 19 27 49 56
WS 5 12 21 28
McCook Central/Montrose 62, Crofton (Neb.) 52
SALEM — McCook Central/Montrose rose to victory over Crofton (Neb.) in boys basketball action Tuesday.
MCM (8-8): Koltan Lindstrom poured in 22 points and 14 rebounds for a double-double, while Bryce Smart scored 15 and Tucker Seamer added 11 points. Up next: MCM plays Tri-Valley on Tuesday in Colton.
C 19 24 35 52
MCM 20 49 57 62
Colome 61, North Central (Neb.) 36
COLOME — Three Cowboys each scored 16 points as Colome beat North Central (Neb.) on Tuesday.
Colome (14-2): Kolton Salonen, Layton Thieman and Jackson Kinzer each had 16 points, while Thieman added 12 rebounds for a double-double. Up next: Colome plays Menno on Saturday in Colome.
NC 7 16 28 36
C 16 27 44 61
Burke/South Central 60 Bon Homme 45
BONESTEEL — Burke/South Central picked up a win at home over Bon Homme in girls basketball action Tuesday.
Burke/South Central (12-5): Ryahna Schweigert led B/SC with 14 points and five rebounds, as Lacey Person tallied 12 points and Tressa Bull added 11 points and six rebounds. Up next: The Cougars play Howard on Friday at the Corn Palace.
Bon Homme (4-12): Bailey Kortan put up 21 points, Kenzie Carson scored 12 points and pulled down six rebounds, and Ciera Himes pitched in 10 points and eight rebounds. Up next: Bon Homme plays West Central on Thursday in Tyndall.
BSC 8 23 46 60
BH 11 19 30 45
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 60, Iroquois 17
WOONSOCKET — Sanborn Central/Woonsocket forced Iroquois into 40 turnovers and picked up a home victory on Tuesday.
SCW (9-8): Abby Doering scored 15 points, while Megan Poyer added eight points, five rebounds, seven steals and four assists. Up next: SCW plays Highmore-Harrold on Friday in Highmore.
Iroquois (0-17): Jorja Huls scored eight points in the loss. Up next: Iroquois plays Hitchcock-Tulare on Thursday in Iroquois.
I 6 11 13 17
SCW 17 33 45 60
Parkston 41, Scotland 32
SCOTLAND — Parkston pulled away from Scotland in a close girls basketball game on Tuesday.
Parkston (6-10): Paige Semmler led the Trojans with 12 points and eight boards, while Izzy Hohn added 10 points. Up next: Parkston plays Freeman on Thursday in Parkston.
Scotland (5-10): Grace Fryda tallied nine points for the Highlanders, and Taylor Gall added seven points and 10 rebounds. Up next: Scotland plays Bridgewater-Emery on Thursday in Emery.
P 13 21 28 41
S 8 17 23 32
Dell Rapids 55, Mount Vernon/Plankinton 38
MOUNT VERNON —Despite being down four points at halftime, Dell Rapids rose to victory over Mount Vernon/Plankinton in girls basketball action Tuesday.
Dell Rapids (12-5): Jayda Knuppe led the Quarriers with 18 points, while Sydney Stofferahn and Emma Paul tallied 10 points apiece. Up next: Dell Rapids plays Dakota Valley on Friday in North Sioux City.
MVP (7-10): Katlyn Briggs scored 15 points, and Camie Walz put up 10 points in the loss. Up next: The Titans play at Ethan on Friday.
DR 10 20 40 55
MVP 12 22 29 38
Tripp-Delmont/Armour 77, Wagner 58
WAGNER — Tripp-Delmont/Armour shot 53 percent from the field to defeat Wagner in girls basketball action Tuesday.
TDA (14-2): Kianna Payer poured in 23 points, while Erica Koster tallied 18, and Mattilynn Reiner added 17 points. Reiner and Brooklyn Brouwer pulled down nine and seven rebounds, respectively. Up next: TDA plays Avon on Friday at the Corn Palace.
Wagner (4-13): Janae Patterson scored 16 points in the loss, while Kayli Kocer added 11. Abby Freier had nine rebounds. Up next: Wagner plays at Chamberlain on Friday.
TDA 16 37 58 77
W 8 27 46 58
Avon 53, Viborg-Hurley 37
AVON — Two Pirates scored in double figures to power Avon past Viborg-Hurley in girls basketball Tuesday.
Avon (16-2): Cheylee Nagel tallied 16 points, while Lauren Sees added 12. Kacie Mudder pulled down six boards and grabbed three steals, while Livi Jurrens had five boards, and Sees added four assists. Up next: Avon plays Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Friday at the Corn Palace in the DWU Classic.
Viborg-Hurley (5-12): Sydney Voss put up 17 points with three assists, and Tori Hanson scored eight points with four steals. Up next: Viborg-Hurley plays Parker on Friday in Viborg.
VH 8 15 26 37
A 14 23 42 53
Kimball/White Lake 45, Lyman 39
KIMBALL — Kimball/White Lake edged Lyman in girls basketball action on Tuesday.
KWL (10-7): Kennedy Leiferman poured in 22 points and seven rebounds, while Carly Beckmann and Sage Pulse totaled nine points each. Grace Konechne pulled down 10 rebounds. Up next: The WiLdKats play Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Friday in New Holland.
Lyman (12-6): Kayt Garnos tallied 16 points and nine rebounds, and Kacie Wagner grabbed a double-double with 10 points and 11 rebounds. Up next: Lyman plays Philip on Friday in Presho.
Andes Central/Dakota Christian 60, Marty 34
LAKE ANDES — Andes Central/Dakota Christian topped Marty in a girls basketball game Tuesday.
ACDC (9-8): Beulah Black Cloud poured in 26 points, while Mackenzie Muckey scored 16. Tyra Medicine Horn and Isabel Pheifer pulled down seven boards apiece, while Muckey added five assists. Medicine Horn also had five steals. Up next: ACDC hosts Kimball/White Lake on Friday in New Holland.
Marty (4-14): Lainey Honomichl tallied 11 points, and MarKayla Yellow Horse totaled eight points. Up next: Marty plays Takini on Saturday in Howes.
M 12 18 22 34
ACDC 13 31 55 60
Hanson 48, Freeman 31
ALEXANDRIA — A fast start helped Hanson to a Cornbelt Conference girls basketball win Tuesday over Freeman.
Hanson (15-3): Jada Campbell had 14 points, with Heather Kayser scoring 12 and Brooke Slaba scoring nine. Brooke Weber added nine rebounds and seven assists. Up next: Hanson plays De Smet at the Corn Palace on Friday in the DWU Classic.
Freeman (11-5): Josie Fuhrmann scored nine points and Hannah Eberts had eight points, as the Flyers shot 25 percent in the loss. Up next: Freeman plays at Parkston on Thursday.
F 5 14 19 31
H 16 32 38 48
Corsica-Stickney 76, Canistota 49
CANISTOTA — Corsica-Stickney raced past Canistota in girls basketball action Tuesday.
Corsica-Stickney (15-2): Avery Broughton tallied 19 points and six boards, while Courtney Menning scored 15. Haley Johnson added nine points. Up next: Corsica-Stickney plays Bridgewater-Emery on Friday at the Corn Palace.
Canistota (6-12): Jordan Engbrecht put up 19 points for Canistota. MiKenzie Kirby, Noelle Hofer and Skylar Bultje pulled down four rebounds apiece. Up next: The Hawks face Chester Area on Friday in Chester.
CS 16 37 52 76
C 12 25 34 49
Wolsey-Wessington 56, Wessington Springs 30
WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Wolsey-Wessington cruised in a girls basketball win over Wessington Springs Tuesday.
Wolsey-Wessington (6-10): Chantel Haider tallied 15 points, while Lizzi Brandt added 10. Cortney Sprecher pulled down eight boards. Up next: The Warbirds play Iroquois on Friday in Wolsey.
Wessington Springs (4-12): Grace Gran scored 12 points, and Chloe Munsen totaled 10 points in the loss. Up next: The Spartans play Miller on Thursday in Wessington Springs.
WW 15 29 42 56
WS 8 17 23 30
North Central (Neb.) 74, Colome 33
COLOME — North Central (Neb.) cruised past Colome in girls basketball action Tuesday.
Colome (5-11): Saydee Heath tallied 10 points, while Kaydee Heath pulled down six rebounds. Up next: Colome plays at Kadoka on Friday.
NC 20 45 66 74
C 15 25 31 33
Gayville-Volin 46, Freeman Academy/Marion 45
FREEMAN — Gayville-Volin clipped Freeman Academy/Marion in girls basketball action Tuesday.
Gayville-Volin (2-13): Elianna Clark poured in 31 points for GV. Up next: The Raiders play Mitchell Christian on Thursday in Gayville.
Freeman Academy/Marion (3-13): Michele Schoenwald scored 12 points, while Annie Carlson and Amy Ptak tallied eight points apiece. Carlson added 10 rebounds, while Schoenwald added seven. Up next: The Bearcats play Oelrichs on Thursday in Santee, Nebraska.
GV 14 27 34 46
FA/M 10 22 34 45