Area basketball roundup: Menning scores 1,000th point in C-S win
WAGNER--Courtney Menning scored 20 points during Class B No. 4 Corsica-Stickney's 63-46 girls basketball win over Wagner on Saturday to surpass 1,000 for her career. The senior also added six steals.
WAGNER-Courtney Menning scored 20 points during Class B No. 4 Corsica-Stickney's 63-46 girls basketball win over Wagner on Saturday to surpass 1,000 for her career. The senior also added six steals.
Corsica-Stickney (6-0): Avery Broughton had a double-double in the win, posting 19 points and 12 rebounds, while Raven Barse added 10 points and nine boards. The Jaguars play Platte-Geddes today, in Platte.
Wagner (1-5): Kayli Kocer led Wagner with 14 points in defeat and Bella LeBeaux added 12 points. The Red Raiders host Gregory on Tuesday.
CS 19 25 47 63
W 2 20 40 46
TDA 58, KWL 36
WHITE LAKE-Tripp-Delmont/Armour outscored Kimball/White Lake 21-5 in the first quarter on Saturday for its fifth consecutive win.
Tripp-Delmont/Armour (5-1): Mattilynn Reiner had 18 points, eight rebounds, three assists and three steals, while Kianna Payer added 18 points for TDA. Bailey Spaans pitched in nine points. The Nighthawks play Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Tuesday, in Lake Andes.
Kimball/White Lake (5-2): Kennedy Leiferman scored a game-high 21 points and snatched seven rebounds in defeat. The WiLdKats play Sanborn Central/Woonsocket on Tuesday, in Woonsocket.
TDA 21 29 41 58
KWL 5 14 24 36
Winner 73, Gregory 27
WINNER-Class A No. 3 Winner scored 27 points during the first quarter on Saturday, eclipsing Gregory's complete game total.
Winner (7-0): Bella Swedlund had a game-high 22 points, to go along with five rebounds, four assists and three steals. Morgan Hammerbeck, Kalla Bertram and Maggie LaCompte each had eight points. The Warriors play at Valentine, Nebraska on Tuesday.
Gregory (1-4): Megan Warnke and Jessy Jo VanDerWerff had six points apiece. Sydney Svatos added 10 rebounds. The Gorillas travel to Wagner on Tuesday.
G 6 19 24 27
W 27 39 56 73
AC/DC 41, Colome 27
NEW HOLLAND-Andes Central/Dakota Christian held Colome to just five points in the third quarter to help secure the win on Saturday.
Andes Central/Dakota Christian (5-1): Mackenzie Muckey had 18 points and eight steals in the win. Isabel Pheifer added eight points and 10 rebounds. Lexie VanderPol had 10 rebounds and Brianna Duermier handed out seven assists. The Thunder hosts Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Tuesday, in Lake Andes.
Colome (2-5): Makayla Shippy had 13 points, while Kaydee heath scored seven points and Saydee Heath grabbed seven rebounds. The Cowgirls play Jones County on Tuesday, in Murdo.
C 10 14 19 27
ACDC 11 23 35 41
Bridgewater-Emery 57, Colman-Egan 52
EMERY-In a game that was tied heading into the fourth quarter, Bridgewater-Emery was able to sneak past Colman-Egan on Saturday.
Bridgewater-Emery (6-1): Abigal Arend scored a team-high 21 points, while Kerrigan Schultz had 16 points and 11 rebounds and Julia Weber pitched in 12 points. The Huskies play Class B No. 1 Ethan on Tuesday.
Colman-Egan (2-3): Mackenzie Hemmer had 22 points and nine rebounds and Braiden Westley had 12 points and six rebounds in the loss. The Hawks host Chester Area on Tuesday, in Colman.
CE 6 16 34 52
BE 6 20 34 57
Chamberlain 65, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 45
CHAMBERLAIN-A 16-point second quarter allowed Chamberlain to pull away from Cheyenne-Eagle Butte on Saturday.
Chamberlain (2-3): Mady Handel had 21 points and 14 rebounds to lead Chamberlain, while Hannah Anderson added 16 points and nine boards. The Cubs play at Wall on Tuesday.
Cheyenne-Eagle Butte (3-4): Reese Ganje had 14 points and Justice Fire Cloud had 11. The Braves host St. Francis Indian today, in Eagle Butte.
CEB 15 21 31 45
C 23 39 53 65
SCW 74, St. Francis Indian 62
REDFIELD-Sanborn Central/Woonsocket was able to hang on to beat St. Francis Indian in a shootout on Saturday at the Pheasant Holiday Classic.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (4-3): Megan Poyer had a big game, registering 16 points, 19 rebounds and three steals. Kaylee White had a team-high 19 points and three steals and Abby Vermeulen added 10 points. The Blackhawks host Kimball/White Lake on Tuesday, in Woonsocket.
St. Francis Indian (3-4): Matilda Anderson had 22 points and six rebounds in defeat and Calyiah Brady pitched in 16. The Warriors play Cheyenne-Eagle Butte today, in Eagle Butte.
STF 15 27 40 62
SCW 18 30 48 74
Redfield/Doland 53, Lyman 48
REDFIELD-Trailing by eight at halftime, Lyman outscored Redfield/Doland 13-4 in the third quarter to take the lead, but couldn't hold on in the Pheasant Holiday Classic on Saturday.
Redfield/Doland (5-2): Eve Millar scored 15 points and dished out seven assists and Kailee Clausen also had 15 points. Hannah Kuehn pitched in 12 points. The Pheasants host Miller on Tuesday, in Redfield.
Lyman (5-4): Kacie Wagner led the way with 16 points and eight rebounds, while Kayte Garnos had 13 points and three assists and Maddy Manger pitched in 11 points. The Raiders travel to White River today.
L 10 23 36 48
RD 20 31 35 53
Langford Area 59, Wessington Springs 25
REDFIELD-Langford Area held Wessington Springs to just three points in the first quarter to pick up a win on Saturday in the Pheasant Holiday Classic.
Langford Area (5-2): Ady Dwight poured in 31 points and grabbed nine rebounds in the win. The Lions play Eureka/Bowdle on Tuesday, in Eureka.
Wessington Springs (1-8): Grace Gran and Chasity Vissia had eight points apiece. The Spartans play Highmore-Harrold on Friday, in the 281 Conference Tournament, at Wolsey.
L 16 26 45 59
WS 3 15 21 25
Kimball/White Lake 68, TDA 54
WHITE LAKE-Kordel Kiehn had a huge game, recording 20 points and 19 rebounds to help Kimball/White Lake surge past Tripp-Delmont/Armour in boys basketball action on Saturday.
Kimball/White Lake (5-1): Carter Fredericksen had 12 points and seven assists, while Javen Holan and Justin Becker added 13 points apiece. KWL also won the battle on the glass, 47-25. The WiLdKats play Sanborn Central/Woonsocket on Tuesday, in Woonsocket.
Tripp-Delmont/Armour (2-3): Micah Lau had 21 points and eight rebounds in a losing effort for TDA. Carson Koehn and Cade Gemar had 11 and 10 points, respectively. The Nighthawks play Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Tuesday, in Lake Andes.
KWL 11 36 48 68
TDA 20 34 42 54
Canistota 59, Parkston 43
SIOUX FALLS-Canistota capitalized on 24 Parkston turnovers to secure a win at the Pentagon Barefoot Classic on Saturday.
Canistota (5-2): Tyce Ortman had a game-high 24 points on four 3-pointers, to go along with five steals. Cole Papendick added 14 points and five rebounds, while Jared Tieszen had 12 points. Trey Ortman had 11 rebounds, seven assists, seven steals and five points. The Hawks host Ethan on Friday.
Parkston (2-5): Nate Doering led Parkston with 10 points and eight rebounds. Sutton Hohn had eight and Nathan Boettcher chipped in seven points and five rebounds. The Trojans travel to Wagner on Thursday.
C 19 34 50 59
P 6 17 32 43
Canton 58, Freeman 50
SIOUX FALLS-Freeman surrendered 27 points off turnovers in a loss to Canton on Saturday in the Pentagon Barefoot Classic.
Canton (3-2): Kayden Verley scored a game-high 34 points, made eight steals and pulled down five rebounds in the win for Canton. Isaac Dietzenbach added eight points and six boards. The C-Hawks play Mount Vernon/Plankinton on Tuesday, in Mount Vernon.
Freeman (0-7): Micah Swenson scored 17 points and grabbed six rebounds, while Braxton Schmidt had 12 points and eight boards. Dausyn Pravecek also had 12 points and nine rebounds. The Flyers play at Parker on Tuesday.
F 10 14 34 50
C 14 28 47 58
Winner 66, Gregory 48
WINNER-Winner committed just three turnovers and exploded for 22 points in the fourth quarter on Saturday to pull away from Gregory.
Winner (5-2): Joren Bruun led the way with 16 points and eight rebounds, while Brandon Volmer had 14 points and seven rebounds. Meanwhile, Shea Connot stuffed the stat sheet with 11 points, six assists, five rebounds and five steals. Brady Fritz also had 11 points and five boards. The Warriors travel to Valentine, Nebraska on Tuesday.
Gregory (1-5): Tommy Determan had 14 points and seven rebounds in defeat, while Coy Determan and Garret Roeder had 10 points apiece. The Gorillas travel to Wagner on Tuesday.
G 10 25 38 48
W 13 26 44 66
Corsica-Stickney 71, Wagner 37
WAGNER-Brendan Wentland scored 31 points on 14 of 19 shooting to lead Corsica-Stickney to a win over Wagner on Saturday.
Corsica-Stickney (5-0): Wentland also added five rebounds and three steals, as Corsica-Stickney scored 28 points in the first quarter. Blake Moke pitched in eight points and five rebounds, while Jaden Barse had eight as well. The Jaguars play at Mitchell Christian on Tuesday.
Wagner (0-5): Marcus Zephier had nine points and three steals, Tysin Arpan had six points and eight rebounds and Toby Zephier had six points and four steals. The Red Raiders travel to Gregory on Tuesday.
CS 28 13 19 71
W 12 22 35 37
Burke 54, Centerville 51
BONESTEEL-Burke scored 22 points in the fourth quarter to grab a come-from-behind win over Centerville on Saturday.
Burke (3-4): Jaden Frank had 21 points and 10 rebounds, while Brock Karbo added 10 points for Burke. The Cougars travel to Gregory on Friday.
Centerville (1-6): Hayden Ellis had 20 points and 10 boards, while Hunter Ellis added 20 points of his own. The Tornadoes host Scotland on Tuesday.
C 6 18 36 51
B 14 21 32 54
Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 65, Chamberlain 61
CHAMBERLAIN-Down 20 points after first quarter, Chamberlain outscored Cheyenne-Eagle Butte in the next three quarters, but the rally came up short on Saturday.
Cheyenne-Eagle Butte (4-2): Cecelio Montgomery had a team-high 22 points, while Rance Harrison added 18 and Leon Brown Otter pitched in 10. The Braves host Crow Creek on Tuesday, in Eagle Butte.
Chamberlain (2-4): Louie Running Horse scored a game-high 30 points on 13 of 22 shooting in the loss. Brant Gullickson also added 16 points. The Cubs play Todd County on Thursday, in Mission.
CEB 27 42 53 65
C 7 23 38 61
Baltic 74, MCM 73
CHESTER-Baltic was able to outlast McCook Central/Montrose on Saturday in the fifth place game of the Big East Conference Tournament, despite 22 points and 11 rebounds from Koltan Lindstrom.
Baltic (4-5): Brodee Teveldal led Baltic with 16 points and five rebounds and teammate Zachary Hazel pitched in 14. The Bulldogs play at Chester Area on Thursday.
McCook Central/Montrose (3-5): Isaac McCormick had 21 points, while Rylee Klinkhammer had seven rebounds and four assists. MCM won the rebounding battle, 46-28. The Fighting Cougars play at Beresford on Tuesday.
B 16 37 64 74
MCM 8 29 53 73