Area basketball roundup: Freeman girls advance to Round of 16
YANKTON — Second-seeded Freeman defeated Canistota in girls basketball action Friday.
Freeman (16-6): Josie Fuhrmann scored 14 points, while Ashley Glanzer and Karli Maske tallied nine points apiece. Up next: Freeman will play in the Round of 16 on Mar. 1.
Canistota (8-14): Jordan Engbrecht put up eight points in the loss.
C 5 11 16 20
F 24 40 48 54
Irene-Wakonda 66, Bridgewater-Emery 41
YANKTON — Top-seeded Irene-Wakonda knocked off Bridgewater-Emery in girls basketball Friday for a trip to the Round of 16.
Irene-Wakonda (20-2): Shannon O'Malley recorded 23 points for the Eagles, while Shannon Sokolowski tallied 13 points and seven rebounds. Malloy O'Malley added nine points. Up next: IW plays in the Round of 16 on Mar. 1.
Bridgewater-Emery (9-13): Julia Weber scored 13 points with eight rebounds, while Tessa Burnham recorded nine points in the loss.
BE 14 25 38 41
IW 27 38 57 66
Burke/South Central 61, Kimball/White Lake 38
BURKE — Burke/South Central topped Kimball/White Lake in girls basketball action Friday.
Burke/South Central (15-6): Taylee Indahl tallied 18 points, five assists and three steals, while Ryahna Schweigert scored 12 points, and Lahna Matucha pitched in 5 rebounds. Up next: BSC plays Avon on Monday at Cimpl Arena in Yankton for a trip to the Round of 16.
Kimball/White Lake (11-10): Carly Beckmann recorded 14 points and seven rebounds, while Kennedy Leiferman dished out three assists, and Heather Munsen had two steals in the loss.
KWL 7 11 23 38
B 18 31 46 61
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 82, Wessington Springs 44
WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Sanborn Central/Woonsocket raced past Wessington Springs in boys basketball action Friday.
SCW (15-5): Trey Weber tallied 19 points, while Noah Dickson and Devon Weber scored 13 points apiece. Tater Moody recorded 11 points. Dickson pulled down 10 rebounds for the double-double and Trent Kingsbury dished out 12 assists. Up next: The Blackhawks play in the Region 4B tournament next week.
Wessington Springs (4-16): John Witte tallied 17 points for WS, while Gunnar Brandenburg put up 10 points. Up next: The Spartans play in the Region 3B tournament next week.
WS 11 22 35 44
SCW 25 44 61 82
Colome 59, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 54
ARMOUR — Colome edged Tripp-Delmont/Armour in boys basketball on Friday.
Colome (18-2): Layton Thieman put up 23 points and seven rebounds. Jackson Kinzer scored 14 points, while Calvin Ringing Shield tallied 13 points and 8 rebounds. Kolton Salonen pulled down 12 rebounds. Up next: The Cowboys plays in the Region 6B tournament next week.
TDA (6-14): Trevor Lau scored 14 points, while Daniel Fuoss had 13 points and 10 rebounds. Micah Lau recorded 12 points and Cade Gemar tossed in 10 points for TDA. Up next: The Nighthawks plays in the Region 6B tournament next week.
TDA 14 23 37 54
C 13 26 41 59
Avon 72, Burke/South Central 53
AVON — Avon pulled away from Burke/South Central for a boys basketball victory on Friday.
Avon (11-9): Brady Cameron powered Avon with 32 points, 21 rebounds, four blocked shots and three assists. Jimmy Schuurmans added 17 points, while Jacob Cihak had 15 points and six rebounds. The Pirates outrebounded Burke/South Central (42-21) and shot 47 percent from the field. Up next: The Pirates play in the Region 6B tournament next week.
Burke/South Central (8-11): Jaden Frank scored 20 points, while Tyrone Kizer added 14 points and five rebounds. Up next: The Cougars play in the Region 6B tournament next week.
B/SC 19 27 45 53
A 22 41 58 72
McCook Central/Montrose 69, Baltic 66 (OT)
MONTROSE — McCook Central/Montrose clipped Baltic in a boys basketball overtime thriller on Friday.
MCM (9-11): Koltan Lindstrom poured in 28 points and 11 rebounds for a double-double, while Bryce Smart added 14 points. Rylee Klinkhammer pulled down 10 rebounds. Up next: The Fighting Cougars start Region 5A tourney action next week.
Baltic (5-15): Jon Wilhelmsen tallied 24 points and nine rebounds. Zach Roggow recorded 15 points, Sam Muston scored 11 points and Zach Polzin pitched in 10. Up next: The Bulldogs start Region 3A tourney action next week.
B 7 26 44 57 66
MCM 14 25 40 57 69
White River 77, Lyman 46
PRESHO — Five Tigers scored in double figures to power Class B No. 4 White River past Lyman in boys basketball Friday.
White River (18-2): Tyson Iyotte recorded 17 points for WR, while Jadice Morrison tallied 16 points. Teron Sazue scored 12 points. Nick Sayler and Izaiah Sorace pitched in 10 points apiece. Up next: The Tigers play in the Region 7B tournament next week.
Lyman (9-11): Baptiste Pourier and Tate Wagner tallied 14 points apiece in the loss. Wagner added 15 rebounds for a double-double. Up next: The Raiders play in the Region 7B tournament next week.
WR 25 39 56 77
L 15 21 38 46
Menno 62, Centerville 35
CENTERVILLE — Menno topped Centerville in boys basketball action Friday.
Menno (10-10): Spencer Schultz tallied 22 points to lead Menno, while Trey Bohlmann poured in 17 points and 23 rebounds for a double-double. Up next: The Wolves start Region 5B tournament play next week.
Centerville (0-20): Hayden Ellis scored 12 points with four rebounds, as Hunter Ellis added eight points in the loss. Up next: Centerville starts Region 5B tournament action next week.
M 12 36 55 62
C 2 10 16 35