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Area basketball roundup: Black Panther boys nip Cubs in OT

PLATTE -- Platte-Geddes edged Chamberlain in overtime in boys basketball action Tuesday. Platte-Geddes (7-6): Trevor Sprik totaled 17 points, six rebounds and four assists in the win. Kelby VanDerWerff grabbed a double-double with 14 points and 1...

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PLATTE - Platte-Geddes edged Chamberlain in overtime in boys basketball action Tuesday.

Platte-Geddes (7-6): Trevor Sprik totaled 17 points, six rebounds and four assists in the win. Kelby VanDerWerff grabbed a double-double with 14 points and 12 rebounds, while Hayden Stluka tallied eight points and five rebounds. Eli DeNeui also scored eight. Up next: Platte-Geddes plays Kimball/White Lake on Thursday in Platte.

Chamberlain (7-8): Carson Powers and Riggs Priebe tallied 11 points apiece, while Marc Schwenk added nine points and Brant Gullickson scored six. Priebe added six rebounds and Gullickson added seven. Up next: The Cubs play at Lennox on Thursday.

C 12 19 33 46 50

PG 13 24 34 46 55

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Canistota 60, Viborg-Hurley 52

CANISTOTA - Canistota topped Viborg-Hurley in boys basketball action on Tuesday in Canistota.

Canistota (13-1): Connor Carlson led Canistota with 17 points and eight rebounds, while Tyce Ortman scored 12, and Trey Ortman and Jordan Lee added 10 points apiece. Trey Ortman also added six rebounds. Up next: The Hawks play at Parker on Thursday.

Viborg-Hurley (11-2): Trace Sikkink and Brodee Sherman both scored 15 points apiece. Quinn Doorn added 11 points and nine rebounds. Up next: Viborg-Hurley plays Freeman Academy/Marion on Friday in Marion.

VH 13 23 35 52

C 10 27 43 60

Burke/South Central 43, Wagner 30

WAGNER -Burke/South Central ran away with a victory over Wagner after being ahead only three points going into the fourth quarter.

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Burke/South Central (5-8): Kray Person tallied 14 points and Jaden Frank scored 13 points with nine rebounds in the win. Up next: The Cougars play Marty on Thursday in Bonesteel.

Wagner (0-14): Alex Sully led Wagner in scoring with 10 points, while Emilio Cournoyer put up nine. Up next: Wagner plays Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Thursday in Lake Andes.

B/SC 8 19 29 43

W 7 17 27 30

Gregory 80, Lyman 76

GREGORY - Three Gorillas scored in double figures to nudge Gregory past Lyman in boys basketball action Tuesday.

Gregory (5-8): Jayd VanDerWerff recorded a double-double with 34 points and 12 rebounds, as Aaron Voigt tallied 15 points and Max Klundt scored 13 points. Up next: Gregory plays at Parkston on Friday.

Lyman (5-9): Tate Wagner poured in 26 points and 16 rebounds for a double-double, while Ty Schindler put up 23 points and Baptiste Pourier 18 points.Up next: Lyman pays at New Underwood on Saturday.

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G 18 36 50 80

L 15 37 53 76

Parkston 50, McCook Central/Montrose 47

SALEM - Parkson edged McCook Central/Montrose in boys basketball action Tuesday.

Parkston (7-7): Trenton Weber scored 17 points, while Brady Albrecht and Braden Bruening tallied 10 points apiece. Nate Doering and Weber added seven and six rebounds, respectively. Up next: Parkston plays Gregory on Friday in Parkston.

MCM (5-8): Koltan Lindstrom scored 16 points with eight rebounds, while Bryce Smart added 15 points. Up next: MCM plays at Garretson on Friday.

P 10 24 36 50

MCM 13 21 32 47

Girls basketball

Avon 57, Menno 36

MENNO - Avon held Menno to just two fourth-quarter points to win a girls basketball game Tuesday.

Avon (14-2): Lauren Sees poured in 24 points, while Cheylee Nagel scored 16 points and grabbed 10 rebounds for a double-double. Nagel also handed out eight assists. Up next: Avon plays Bon Homme on Thursday in Avon.

Menno (10-5): Ashton Vaith tallied 16 points for the Wolves. Morgan Edelman grabbed a double-double with 11 points and 11 rebounds. Edelman added two steals, while Vaith picked up four assists. Up next: Menno plays at Canton on Thursday.

A 17 34 48 57

M 13 22 34 36

Freeman 63, Scotland 36

FREEMAN - Freeman rose to victory over Scotland in girls basketball action Tuesday.

Freeman (10-3): Karli Maske poured in 21 points, while Josie Fuhrmann tallied 19 and Emily Miller scored eight points with seven steals. Ashley Glanzer and Jaimie Glanzer pulled down five rebounds apiece and Ashley Glanzer dished out six assists. Up next: Freeman hosts Alcester-Hudson on Thursday in Freeman

Scotland (4-9): Taylor Bietz scored 14 points for the Highlanders, while Bella Vitek tallied 11 points and seven rebounds. Taylor Gall added four points and three rebounds. Bietz also had three rebounds, three assists and three steals. Up next: Scotland plays Viborg-Hurley on Thursday in Viborg.

S 12 29 32 36

F 19 38 50 63

Irene-Wakonda 79, Howard 73 (OT)

HOWARD - Irene-Wakonda clipped Howard in overtime in a girls basketball game Tuesday.

Irene-Wakonda (14-2): Shannon O'Malley poured in 32 points, scoring her 2,000th career point for a total of 2,026. O'Malley also added five rebounds and eight assists in the win. Shannon Sokolowski recorded a double-double with 14 points and 12 rebounds and Ashley Emmick scored 15 points. Up next: Irene-Wakonda plays Alcester-Hudson on Monday in Wakonda.

Howard (7-8): Hilary Albrecht tallied 29 points, while Josie Erickson added 15. Up next: Howard plays Canistota on Friday in Howard.

IW 14 33 53 66 79

H 14 29 44 66 73

Corsica-Stickney 47, Burke/South Central 38

STICKNEY - Corsica-Stickney held Burke/South Central to just five first-quarter points in girls basketball action Tuesday.

Corsica-Stickney (12-2): Rachel Gerlach led the Jaguars with 14 points and six rebounds, while Avery Broughton added 13 points. Courtney Menning scored nine points with 10 rebounds and seven assists. Raven Barse tallied seven points and pulled down five rebounds. Up next: The Jaguars play Sanborn Central/Woonsocket on Thursday in Forestburg.

Burke/South Central (11-5): Taylee Indahl recorded 12 points and five rebounds, while Tressa Bull added 11 points. Up next: Burke/South Central plays Bon Homme on Feb. 6 in Burke.

BSC 5 13 24 38

CS 12 21 32 47

Chamberlain 42, Platte-Geddes 35

PLATTE - Chamberlain topped Platte-Geddes in girls basketball action Tuesday.

Chamberlain (6-9): Mady Handel tallied 11 points for Chamberlain, while Alayne Daly scored 10. Up next: The Cubs play Todd County on Thursday in Chamberlain.

Platte-Geddes (4-12): Dominique Girton grabbed a double-double, scoring 14 points and pulling down 11 rebounds in the loss. Up next: Platte-Geddes plays at Miller on Saturday.

C 13 17 25 42

PG 8 12 26 35

McCook Central/Montrose 65, Parkston 32

SALEM - Four Fighting Cougars scored in double figures to power McCook Central/Montrose to a girls basketball victory over Parkston Tuesday.

MCM (15-1): McKenna Kranz totaled 15 points, while Morgan Erikson scored 12. Natalie Gottlob and Morgan Koepsell tallied 11 points apiece. Koepsell and Gottlob each had a double-double, with 12 and 11 rebounds, respectively. Up next: MCM faces Garretson on Thursday in Montrose.

Parkston (4-10): Ellie Weidenbach scored nine points, while Bennett McIntosh put up eight points. Emma Yost had seven rebounds. Up next: Parkston plays Gregory on Friday in Parkston.

P 8 20 25 32

MCM 22 32 54 65

Wessington Springs 58, Iroquois 13

WESSINGTON SPRINGS - Wessington Springs raced past Iroquois in a girls basketball game Tuesday.

Wessington Springs (4-10): Grace Gran poured in 24 points for WS and Chloe Munsen added nine. Piper Jones and Cadee Schelske pulled down six boards apiece. Up next: The Spartans play Jones County on Saturday in Highmore.

Iroquois (0-15): Katie Dubro and Harley Nelson each scored three points for the Chiefs. Allie Diehl led the rebounding with eight. Up next: Iroquois plays James Valley Christian on Thursday in Huron.

I 1 3 10 13

WS 23 37 50 58

Freeman Academy/Marion 49, Marty 45

MARION - Freeman Academy/Marion creeped past Marty in girls basketball action Tuesday.

Freeman Academy/Marion (3-11): Rachel Miller totaled 12 points for FA/M. Annie Carlson added 10 and Andrea Wollman tallied eight. Carlson picked up a double-double with 12 rebounds and Amy Ptak added six. Up next: The Bearcats play Viborg-Hurley on Friday in Marion.

Marty (4-11): Markayla Yellow Horse put up 12 points. Lainey Honomichl scored seven for the Braves. Up next: Marty hosts Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Friday in Marty.

M 9 22 33 45

FA/M 13 22 34 49

Canistota 56, Viborg-Hurley 47

CANISTOTA -Canistota pulled away from Viborg-Hurley for a girls basketball win on Tuesday in Canistota.

Canistota (6-9): Jordan Engbrecht led the Hawks in scoring with 22 points, while Harley Cormany added 10. Engbrecht and MiKenzie Kirby pulled down six rebounds apiece. Up next: Canistota will travel to Parker on Thursday.

Viborg-Hurley(4-10): Sydney Voss poured in 21 points, and Kristen Rowley scored 14 points with 10 rebounds for a double-double. NeVaeh Ronke also had seven rebounds. Up next: Viborg-Hurley will host Scotland on Thursday.

VH 9 27 41 47

C 19 35 44 56

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