Area basketball roundup: Nighthawks edge past WiLdKats

Saturday's roundup


WHITE LAKE -- Tripp-Delmont/Armour narrowly defeated Kimball/White Lake, 31-30, on Saturday in girls basketball action.

Tripp-Delmont/Armour (3-3): Megan Reiner scored nine points and Ashlee Gerber added eight points and seven rebounds. Hannah Stremick recorded five steals. Bailey Spaans chipped in four steals. The Nighthawks play Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Tuesday in Lake Andes.

Kimball/White Lake (5-3): Kennedy Leiferman recorded 12 points and nine rebounds. Kate Havlik scored seven points and Hannah Havlik pulled down eight boards. The WiLdKats play Sanborn Central/Woonsocket on Tuesday in Woonsocket.

TDA 5 14 23 31

KWL 7 16 23 30


Corsica-Stickney 56, Wagner 50

WAGNER -- Corsica-Stickney held off Wagner’s fourth-quarter surge to stay undefeated in girls basketball action on Saturday.

Corsica-Stickney (7-0): Raven Barse scored 23 points and grabbed 15 rebounds. Avery Broughton chipped in 17 points, eight rebounds and four assists in the win. The Jaguars play Mitchell Christian on Tuesday in Corsica.

Wagner (1-4): Macy Koupal finished with 18 points and six rebounds. Shalayne Nagel chipped in eight points, 10 boards and four assists. The Red Raiders host Gregory on Tuesday.

CS 17 29 47 56

W 8 17 34 50

Winner 85, Gregory 32

WINNER -- Bella Swedlund and Kalla Bertram both scored 20 points to lead Winner to a 53-point girls basketball win over Gregory on Saturday.

Winner (8-1): Swedlund also added nine rebounds, six assists and four steals. Bertram finished with five boards and four steals. Ellie Brozik scored 13 points in the win. The Warriors play Corsica-Stickney on Thursday in Corsica.

Gregory (1-6): Morgan Opbroek scored a team-high 16 points for the Gorillas. Brooklyn Kenzy chipped in 10 points and seven rebounds. The Gorillas travel to Wagner on Tuesday.


G 11 15 22 32

W 29 59 71 85

Lennox 47, Chamberlain 33

CHAMBERLAIN -- Lennox had a pair of double-digit scorers in a girls basketball win over Chamberlain on Saturday.

Lennox (3-6): Mara Hinker scored a team-high 15 points. Alicia Ruud added 11 points in the win. The Orioles host Dell Rapids on Monday.

Chamberlain (2-6): Mya Knippling had a 20-point, 10-rebound double-double. The Cubs travel to Wall on Tuesday.

STM 70, Bridgewater-Emery 34

EMERY -- St. Thomas More’s strong defense guided it to a girls basketball win over Bridgewater-Emery on Saturday.

St. Thomas More (8-0): Reese Ross scored a team-high 22 points. Haleigh Timmer added 19 points and six rebounds. Mairin Duffy added 12 points and Jenna Jacobson scored 10 points, while Scarlet Grimshaw dished out four assists. Jada Mollman had three steals in the win. The Cavaliers travel to Custer on Tuesday.

Bridgewater-Emery (4-3): Casey Meyer scored eight points. Julia Weber added five rebounds and four steals, while Chloe Schmitt scored seven points. The Huskies play Ethan on Tuesday in Emery.


STM 13 38 55 70

BE 4 13 29 34

Area boys basketball

Chamberlain 62, Custer 47

CHAMBERLAIN -- Chamberlain had a pair of 20-point scorers in a boys basketball win over Custer on Saturday.

Chamberlain (4-1): Drayton Priebe scored 22 points, while Sellyck McManus scored a team-high 23 points. Hayden Evans added 11 points. The Cubs host Potter County on Thursday.

Custer (5-4): No stats reported. Custer plays St. Thomas More on Thursday in Rapid City.

CUS 9 20 34 47

CHA 12 31 42 62

Winner 76, Gregory 55

WINNER -- Winner made seven 3-pointers in a boys basketball win over Gregory on Saturday.

Winner (8-1): Brady Fritz recorded 29 points and four steals. Blake Volmer had a 19-point, 11-rebound double-double. The Warriors travel to Tri-Valley on Thursday.

Gregory (4-3): Daniel Mitchell scored a game-high 31 points, as he nailed six 3-pointers. He also pulled down eight rebounds. Coy Determan added nine points. The Gorillas travel to Wagner on Tuesday.

G 19 27 45 55

W 15 31 52 76

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