Area basketball roundup: Jaguars outlast WiLdKats in OT

STICKNEY -- Corsica-Stickney had three players in double figures to power themselves to a 71-65 overtime victory over Kimball/White Lake Friday in Stickney.


STICKNEY - Corsica-Stickney had three players in double figures to power themselves to a 71-65 overtime victory over Kimball/White Lake Friday in Stickney.

Corsica-Stickney (7-1): Cordel Menning poured in 27 points with 15 rebounds for a double-double, while Bryce Plamp tallied 18 points and 10 rebounds, also for a double-double. Gavin Zomer put up 11 points. Plamp added six assists, while Menning and Zomer added five assists apiece. Up next: The Jaguars play Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Tuesday in Corsica.

KWL (6-3): Carter Fredericksen led the WiLdKats with 24 points, while Kordel Kiehn added 14 points and six rebounds. Kory Peters had five assists. Up next: KWL faces Gregory on Thursday in Gregory.

KWL 5 30 40 60 65

CS 25 32 42 60 71


Gregory 61, Burke/South Central 48

BURKE - Gregory picked up a road win over Burke/South Central in boys basketball action Friday in Burke.

Gregory (4-4): Jayd VanDerWerff put up 27 points and seven rebounds, while Max Klundt added 12 points. Up next: Gregory plays Platte-Geddes on Monday in Platte.

BSC (3-5): Tyrone Mizner tallied 16 points, while Kray Person added 12 points. Tyson Mayer led the rebounding with five, while Person and Jaden Frank each added four. Up next: The Cougars play Gayville-Volin today in Yankton.

G 10 25 39 61

BSC 8 24 36 48

Bridgewater-Emery 67, Menno 40

MENNO - Four players scored in double figures for Bridgewater-Emery in the road win over Menno.


Bridgewater-Emery (8-2): Jamin Arend poured in 19 points, while Sawyer Schultz added 15, Duot VanSickle tallied 12 points and Carter Dye scored 10. VanSickle and Dye pulled down 11 rebounds apiece, and Chase Arend added 10. Up next: The Huskies play West Central on Tuesday in Emery.

Menno (5-3): Spencer Schultz and Trey Bohlmann tallied 11 points apiece, and Bohlmann added 12 rebounds. Schultz also had four assists. Up next: Menno plays Ethan on Tuesday in Menno.

BE 13 34 50 67

M 8 20 31 40

Canistota 63, Ethan 43

ETHAN - Canistota had three players in double figures in the win over Ethan in boys basketball action Friday.

Canistota (6-1): Connor Carlson scored 22 points with nine rebounds, while Tyce Ortman tallied 15 points and Trey Ortman put up 13 points. Up next: The Hawks play Alcester-Hudson today in Yankton.

Ethan (4-5): Derek Storm put up 19 points for the Rustlers, while Abiah Plastow scored eight with seven rebounds and five assists. Ethan had 12 turnovers in the loss. Up next: Ethan plays at Menno on Tuesday.


C 19 32 48 63

E 12 21 33 43

Sioux Valley 83, McCook Central/Montrose 29

SALEM - Nine different players scored to power Sioux Valley to victory over McCook Central/Montrose in a boys basketball game Friday.

Sioux Valley (11-1): Trevor Olson scored 29 points and nailed seven 3-pointers. Trevor Hanson added 17 points, Jake Schneider tallied 10, and Ryan Schuster scored nine. Schneider and Hanson pulled down 11 boards and eight boards, respectively. Sioux Valley totaled 47 rebounds as a team. Up next: The Cossacks play Chester Area on Tuesday in Volga.

MCM (4-6): Koltan Lindstrom tallied 11 points for MCM, and Tucker Seamer led the rebounding with four. Up next: The Fighting Cougars play Flandreau on Friday in Montrose.

SV 23 43 62 83

MCM 6 17 21 29

Jones County, White River to play for JCI title today

MURDO - Jones County notched its second victory to advance to the championship game at the 50th annual Jones County Invitational on Friday in Murdo.

Jones County defeated Stanley County 56-44 and will face White River, which beat Lyman 80-53 on Friday, in the title game at 8 p.m. today in Murdo. Stanley County and Lyman will play in the third-place game at 6:30 p.m. today.

In the consolation semifinals, Colome downed Philip 55-31 and Kadoka Area topped Bennett County 63-55. Colome and Kadoka will play in the consolation championship at 2:30 p.m., while Philip and Bennett County will faceoff in the seventh-place game at 1 p.m. today.

Girls basketball

Tripp-Delmont/Armour 52, Platte-Geddes 34

ARMOUR - Tripp-Delmont/Armour picked up a win at home over Platte-Geddes in girls basketball action Friday in Armour.

TDA (7-2): Erica Koster led the Nighthawks in scoring with 16 points, while Kianna Payer added 13. Brooklyn Brouwer totaled six assists, and Mattilynn Reiner tallied 13 rebounds and seven steals. Up next: TDA plays Dell Rapids today at the Corn Palace.

Platte-Geddes (3-6): Tori Weins scored 13 points with three steals and nine rebounds for the Black Panthers. Hailey Wagner, Maddi Miller, and Dominique Girton had three assists apiece. Up next: Platte-Geddes plays Little Wound today in Madison.

PG 6 13 27 34

TDA 11 22 32 52

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 72, Iroquois 17

WOLSEY - Sanborn Central/Woonsocket jumped out to a 24-3 lead after one quarter and cruised past Iroquois in the opening round of the 281 Conference Tournament in Wolsey.

SCW (5-3): Megan Poyer poured in 18 points, while Abby Doering tossed in 14 points as 12 different Blackhawks ended up scoring in the contest. Up next: SCW plays Howard at 9 a.m. today in the Hanson Classic at the Corn Palace.

Iroquois (0-8): Katie Dubro had 10 points in the loss. Up next: The Chiefs play Wessington Springs on Monday in Huron.

I 3 13 15 17

SCW 24 39 54 72

Wolsey-Wessington 64, Wessington Springs 53

WOLSEY - Wolsey-Wessington outrebounded Wessington Springs 38-21 and picked up a 281 Conference Tournament victory on Friday in Wolsey.

Wolsey-Wessington (2-6): Kailen Krause led with 18 points, while Chantel Haider added 15 points and Taylor Sprecher tossed in 13 points. Up next: Wolsey-Wessington faces Sanborn Central/Woonsocket on Monday in Huron.

Wessington Springs (2-6): Grace Gran scored a game-high 20 points, while Chasity Vissia finished with 10 points. Up next: The Spartans play Iroquois on Monday in Huron.

WS 11 19 33 53

WW 20 35 52 64

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