Area basketball roundup: Albrecht carries Howard girls over Canistota

CANISTOTA--Hilary Albrecht had a monster double-double to power Howard to a 59-47 girls basketball victory over Canistota on Friday. Howard (8-9): Albrecht erupted for 33 points, 17 rebounds, four assists and four steals. Josie Erickson added 14 ...


CANISTOTA-Hilary Albrecht had a monster double-double to power Howard to a 59-47 girls basketball victory over Canistota on Friday.

Howard (8-9): Albrecht erupted for 33 points, 17 rebounds, four assists and four steals. Josie Erickson added 14 points and six boards. Abby Connor contributed 12 points and seven rebounds. Kate Connor grabbed a team-high nine rebounds. The Tigers play Oldham-Ramona/Rutland on Tuesday in Rutland.

Canistota (7-10): Jordan Engbrecht led the Hawks with 18 points and seven rebounds. Harley Cormany finished with 12 points, six assists and five rebounds. The Hawks play Viborg-Hurley on Monday in Viborg.

H 20 27 47 59

C 14 17 31 47


Winner 67, St. Thomas More 37

WINNER-Class A No. 2 Winner rolled to victory over St. Thomas More to remain undefeated in girls basketball play Friday.

Winner (14-0): Bella Swedlund racked up a double-double, with 20 points and 10 boards, while Morgan Hammerbeck notched 14 points. Gabriel Kocer tallied 13 points and Maggie LaCompte totaled 12. Kalla Bertram dished out seven assists in the win. The Warriors play Cheyenne-Eagle Butte today in Eagle Butte.

St. Thomas More (11-4): Haleigh Timmer led STM with 21 points and eight rebounds. The Cavaliers play Red Cloud on Friday in Rapid City.

STM 12 16 27 37

W 19 26 46 67

Ethan 48, KWL 28

KIMBALL-Class B No. 1 Ethan held Kimball/White Lake to five points in the first half en route to a girls basketball victory on Friday.


Ethan (14-0): Karly Gustafson led all scorers with 14 points and Maddie Miiller added 13. The Rustlers host Wagner on Monday.

Kimball/White Lake (6-8): Kennedy Leiferman had 10 points and eight rebounds, while Heather Munsen added seven points and four assists. The WiLdKats play Corsica-Stickney on Tuesday in Stickney.

E 10 31 41 48

KWL 1 5 15 28

Parkston 66, Gregory 53

PARKSTON-Emma Yost's double-double performance powered Parkston to victory over Gregory in prep girls basketball action Friday.

Parkston (7-6): Yost dropped 27 points and 13 rebounds in the win, while Sydney Wickersham tallied 13 points. Izzy Hohn tossed in six rebounds. The Trojans host Scotland on Tuesday.

Gregory (3-10): Jessy Jo VanDerWerff recorded 20 points, eight assists and five steals, Megan Warnke 11 points seven rebounds, Gracie Kenzy 10 points. The Gorillas play Bridgewater-Emery today in Emery.


G 10 25 41 53

P 13 25 41 66

Viborg-Hurley 62, FAM 21

HURLEY-Viborg-Hurley routed Freeman Academy/Marion in girls basketball play on Friday.

Viborg-Hurley (11-4): Tori Hansen poured in 26 points, eight rebounds and five steals, while Sydney Voss grabbed a double-double with 13 points and 11 boards. Nevaeh Ronke notched six boards and four steals, while Hansen and Voss grabbed five and four steals, respectively. The Cougars play Canistota on Monday in Viborg.

Freeman Academy/Marion (3-13): Andrea Wollman tallied eight points in the loss, while Destini Miller scored five points with three rebounds. Alyssa Dent also had three rebounds, and Alivea Weber tallied four steals. The Bearcats play Gayville-Volin on Tuesday in Gayville.

FAM 9 18 20 21

VH 20 39 54 62

Corsica-Stickney 73, Scotland 36

SCOTLAND-Class B No. 4 Corsica-Stickney cruised past Scotland for its 14th girls basketball win of the season on Friday.

Corsica-Stickney (14-1): Courtney Menning filled the stat sheet with 23 points, seven steals, four rebounds and four assists. Avery Broughton contributed 18 points, nine rebounds, five steals, four assists and two blocks. Rachel Gerlach tossed in 12 points. The Jaguars travel to Burke on Monday.

Scotland (7-7): Grace Fryda led the Highlanders with 15 points and four boards in the loss. The Highlanders travel to Parkston on Tuesday.

CS 17 42 67 73

S 9 18 30 36

MVP 47, Chamberlain 32

CHAMBERLAIN --Mount Vernon/Plankinton built on its six-point halftime lead to come away with a double-digit win over Chamberlain on Friday.

Mount Vernon/Plankinton (9-4): Katlyn Briggs finished with 14 points. The Titans travel to Dell Rapids on Tuesday.

Chamberlain (6-8): Mady Handel recorded 17 points and seven rebounds. Hannah Anderson pulled down nine boards, as well. The Cubs travel to Philip on Thursday.

MVP 15 25 39 47

C 9 19 27 32

Boys basketball

Bon Homme 69, Avon 46

TYNDALL-Bon Homme picked up its ninth win of the season after defeating Avon in Friday night boys basketball action.

Bon Homme (9-4): Christian Uecker racked up 16 points and six rebounds for BH, while Nate Scieszinski tallied 13 points and nine rebounds. Joey Slama and Josh Schmidt grabbed 12 points apiece, while Slama added nine assists and six steals in the win. The Cavaliers play Colman-Egan today at the Pentagon Classic in Sioux Falls.

Avon (0-13): Logan Schuurmans notched a double-double with 16 points and 11 rebounds in the losing effort. Avon pulled down 40 rebounds as a team. The Pirates host Wagner today.

A 7 26 35 46

BH 17 38 59 69

Hanson 78, Wagner 67

WAGNER-Hanson used a 22-point fourth quarter to get past Wagner in a boys basketball game Friday.

Hanson (12-3): Hayden Bahmuller led the Beavers with 20 points, while Reggie Slaba finished with 18 points and nine assists in the win. Riley Ferry and Payden Haiar put up nine points apiece and Ferry added 10 rebounds. The Beavers play Mitchell Christian on Thursday at the Corn Palace.

Wagner (2-10): Dustin Honomichl scored 18 points for the Red Raiders, while Tysin Arpan tossed up 13 points and seven rebounds. Marcus Zephier tallied nine. The Red Raiders travel to Avon today.

H 18 34 56 78

W 13 31 49 67

MCM 61, Garretson 50

MONTROSE-Three Fighting Cougars reached double figures to lift McCook Central/Montrose over Garretson in boys basketball action Friday.

McCook Central/Montrose (5-8): Trey Anderson poured in 21 points and nine rebounds, while Isaac McCormick finished with 15 points and Koltan Lindstrom scored 13 points with seven rebounds. The Fighting Cougars travel to Crofton, Nebraska on Tuesday.

Garretson (3-13): The Blue Dragons were led by Drew Blosmo's 19 points and six boards, while Dylan Kindt added 14 points in the loss. The Blue Dragons travel to Beresford on Thursday.

G 9 15 31 50

MCM 10 25 45 61

KWL 74, Ethan 50

KIMBALL-Carter Fredericksen and Javen Holan led Kimball/White Lake past Ethan in boys basketball action Friday.

Kimball/White Lake (11-4): Fredericksen and Holan combined for 40 points with 20 points apiece, while Justin Becker chipped in 19 points and nine rebounds. Kordel Kiehn tallied a game-high 13 rebounds. Fredericksen added eight assists and five steals. The WiLdKats play Lyman on Tuesday in Presho.

Ethan (6-10): Kaden Klumb notched 17 points and six boards, while Eric Gustafson scored 12 points for the Rustlers. Brady Hawkins tossed in 10 points and Evan Weeman grabbed six rebounds and six assists. The Rustlers host Wagner on Monday.

E 13 29 37 50

KWL 12 41 61 74

Wessington Springs 66, Iroquois 52

WESSINGTON SPRINGS-Despite being held to four points in the first quarter, Wessington Springs defeated Iroquois in boys basketball action Friday.

Wessington Springs (3-11): Jacob Messmer poured in 22 points and 14 rebounds for a double-double, while Tyler Kole notched 21 points. Mason Schelske and Cooper Hainy dropped nine points apiece. The Spartans play Philip today at the Action Club Classic in Highmore.

Iroquois (4-9): Adam Keating finished with 16 points for the Chiefs, while Brandon Decker and Keistan Dubro scored 12 points apiece. Decker added seven rebounds, while Addison Reed grabbed eight. The Chiefs host Howard on Monday.

I 14 28 40 52

WS 4 28 41 66

Colome 62, ACDC 43

COLOME-Three Cowboys tallied double figures to propel Colome to a boys basketball victory over Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Friday.

Colome (10-4): Layton Thieman notched 21 points in the win, while Jackson Kinzer scored 17 and Calvin Ringing Shield had 13 points. The Cowboys play North Central, Nebraska on Tuesday in Springview, Nebraska.

Andes Central/Dakota Christian (7-8): Daaron Tronvold tallied 19 points and six rebounds, while Cliff Johnson scored 10 and Jaeson Garcia grabbed seven points and nine rebounds. Emilio Cournoyer grabbed five boards in the loss. The Thunder travels to Marty on Tuesday.

ACDC 5 18 30 43

C 13 34 54 62

Bridgewater-Emery 59, Gayville-Volin 35

GAYVILLE-Class B No. 3 Bridgewater-Emery rolled over Gayville-Volin in boys basketball play Friday.

Bridgewater-Emery (12-3): Sawyer Schultz grabbed a double-double with 22 points and 12 rebounds, while Carter Dye hit his double-double with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Chase Arend tossed in 10 points. The Huskies play Gregory today at the Corn Palace.

Gayville-Volin (8-5): No stats reported. The Raiders host Dell Rapids St. Mary on Monday in Gayville.

BE 14 30 44 59

GV 9 21 27 35

Parkston 63, Gregory 50

GREGORY-Parkston pulled away in the second half on Friday to earn a road win over Gregory.

Parkston (6-8): Nate Doering had a team-high 16 points for the Trojans. Braden Bruening and Braydon Hurley both added 15 points in the win. The Trojans host Scotland on Tuesday.

Gregory (4-10): Tommy Determan had an 18-point, 11-rebound double-double for the Gorillas., Coy Determan finished with 16 points. The Gorillas play Bridgewater-Emery today at the Corn Palace.

P 10 25 47 63

G 7 23 39 50

Chamberlain 54, MVP 42

CHAMBERLAIN-Dayton Priebe's 20 points helped push Chamberlain past Mount Vernon/Plankinton in a Friday night boys basketball game.

Chamberlain (6-7): Cameron Caldwell tossed in 15 points, five rebounds and three assists for Chamberlain. Brant Gullickson tallied six points and seven rebounds, and Priebe added three assists. The Cubs host Sisseton today.

Mount Vernon/Plankinton (4-8): Nolan Sampson totaled a team-high 14 points, while Rylee Deinert chipped in 10 points. The Titans play Elkton-Lake Benton today at the Pentagon Classic in Sioux Falls.

MVP 8 17 27 42

C 16 25 35 54

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