Area basketball roundup: Parkston remains perfect with victory over Winner

PARKSTON -- The Parkston boys' basketball team earned its fifth win of the season with a 55-36 victory over Winner Saturday. Jalen Hurley led the way for Parkston with 17 points and seven rebounds. Zach Scott chipped in with 11 points, while Kyle...

PARKSTON - The Parkston boys’ basketball team earned its fifth win of the season with a 55-36 victory over Winner Saturday.

Jalen Hurley led the way for Parkston with 17 points and seven rebounds. Zach Scott chipped in with 11 points, while Kyle Schnabel scored seven points.

Parkston was 20-of-41 from the field and outrebounded Winner 32-27.

Nate Galbraith had eight points and six rebounds for Winner. Nick Hossle added seven points for the Warriors, who were 16-of-47 from the field and 1-of-2 from the free-throw line.

Winner (3-2) plays Chamberlain Tuesday in Chamberlain, while Parkston (5-0) hosts Vermillion Friday in Parkston.
W 11 15 22 36
P 13 22 40 55


Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 62, Hitchcock-Tulare 56

FORESTBURG - Dillon Moore and Davion Brooks combined for 35 points to help the Sanborn Central/Woonsocket boys’ basketball team beat Hitchcok-Tulare 62-56 Saturday.

Moore had a game-high 18 points, while Brooks tallied 17 points and 15 rebounds for the double-double.

Brady Tiede and Tucker Kingsbury each added eight points and six rebounds for the Blackhawks, who were 20-of-48 from the field.

SCW won the JV game 45-29.

HT (2-3) plays Leola/Frederick Friday in Frederick, while SCW (4-0) hosts Mount Vernon/Plankinton Saturday in Woonsocket.
HT 6 22 35 56
SCW 13 33 45 62

Tripp-Delmont/Armour 51, Andes Central 42

ARMOUR - Three players scored in double figures to help the Tripp-Delmont/Armour boys’ basketball team beat Andes Central 51-42 Saturday.


Adam Lau led the way for TDA with 17 points and six rebounds. Shane Koster added 15 points, while Gunnar Dally had 10 points and eight rebounds.

The Nighthawks grabbed 28 rebounds and were 18-of-40 from the field.

Joe Evans led the way for Andes Central with 15 points and 14 rebounds. Aaron Swanson chipped in with 12 points.

Andes Central was 18-of-60 from the field and 5-of-11 from the free-throw line.

TDA (2-3) hosts Viborg-Hurley Tuesday in Tripp, while AC (2-3) hosts Gregory Jan. 13, in Lake Andes.

TDA 9 20 31 51
AC 8 25 33 42

Chamberlain 102, St. Francis Indian 62

CHAMBERLAIN - Skyler Bertram scored 34 points to help the Chamberlain boys’ basketball team beat St. Francis 102-62 Saturday.


Seth Friesz chipped in with 23 points and Hudson Priebe added 12 for Chamberlain. Cody Medicine Eagle had 13 rebounds and Reuben Estes tallied eight assists for Chamberlain, who was 38-of-74 from the field.

The Cubs also won the JV game.

Chamberlain (4-1) hosts Winner Tuesday in Chamberlain.
SF 16 28 42 62
C 13 37 70 102

Avon 59, Irene-Wakonda 56

SIOUX FALLS - The Avon boys’ basketball team picked up its first win of the season, topping Irene-Wakonda 59-56 at the Sanford Pentagon in Sioux Falls.

Logan Mudder finished with a double-double, scoring 21 points and grabbing 10 rebounds for the Pirates. Cody Namminga and Devin Tolsma each scored nine for Avon, while Brandon Kocmich added seven.

Kocmich made five free throws in the final two minutes to secure the win for Avon, which shot 48 percent from the field as a team.

The Pirates (1-4) plays Dakota Christian Friday in New Holland.
A 13 32 44 59
IW 13 28 42 56

Friday night game
Hanson 77, Lake Preston 70

LAKE PRESTON - Taylor Nichols poured in a game-high 30 points and grabbed eight rebounds for Hanson in a 77-70 win over Lake Preston in boys’ high school basketball action Friday in Lake Preston.

The Beavers (6-1) got 25 points and six assists from Jordan Marquardt, while Jacob Paradeis added 10 points and six assists. Hanson shot 29-of-50 from the field.

Cole Casper led the Divers with 21 points.

Hanson won the JV game and plays Mount Vernon/Plankinton Thursday in Alexandria.
H 23 44 66 77
LP 16 33 51 70

Girls’ basketball
Chamberlain 75, St. Francis Indian 60

CHAMBERLAIN -Kennedy Wagner filled the stat sheet for the Chamberlain girls’ basketball team in a 75-60 win over St. Francis Indian Saturday in Chamberlain.

Wagner was one of five Cubs to finish in double figures, scoring 30 points. She also had seven rebounds, seven assists and six steals in the win.

Kylie Bertram scored 12 points for the Cubs, while Dawson Munger added 11. Brittany Goodlow and Hallie Hallock each finished with 10 points.

Chamberlain (4-1) won the JV game and plays Winner Tuesday in Chamberlain.
SFI 11 33 39 60
C 7 35 60 75

Bridgewater-Emery 45, Canistota 39

CANISTOTA - Tiana Kayser recorded a double-double to help the Bridgewater-Emery girls’ basketball team beat Canistota 45-39 Saturday.

Kayser tallied 16 points and 10 rebounds for Huskies, who were 19-of-43 from the field and 15-of-26 from the free-throw line.

Justine Dye chipped in with 12 point and six rebounds, while Brooklyn Smart added 11 points and three rebounds.

Leading the way for Canistota was Chloe Nielsen, who scored 16 points and grabbed 12 rebounds. Jenny Hofer added 17 points and nine rebounds for the Hawks, who were 13-of-24 from the field.

Bridgewater-Emery won the JV game 31-20.

Canistota (4-3) plays Centerville Friday in Centerville, while Bridgewater-Emery (2-4) plays Mount Vernon/Plankinton today in Mount Vernon.
C 3 17 26 39
BE 14 22 32 45

Tripp-Delmont/Armour 67, Andes Central 20

ARMOUR - Hannah Just and Jessica Sandau combined for 37 points to help the Tripp-Delmont/Armour girls’ basketball team beat Andes Central 67-20 Saturday.

Just had a game-high 20 points, while Sandau tallied 17 points and eight rebounds. Allyson Ledeboer and Matii Reiner each added six rebounds for the Nighthawks, who were 28-of-62 from the field.

Cybil Chytka led the way for Andes Central with nine points and six rebounds. Autumn Long Crow chipped in with five points.

TDA won the JV game 45-16.

AC (1-4) plays Marty Indian Tuesday in Marty, while TDA (2-4) hosts Viborg-Hurley Tuesday in Tripp.
TDA 26 38 57 67
AC 6 10 12 20

Lyman 44, Gregory 27

PRESHO - The Lyman girls’ basketball team beat Gregory 44-27 Saturday.

Bailey Almond recorded 13 points and six assists for Lyman. Anna Flitner chipped in with 10 points, while Cedar Jandreau had five steals. Lyman was 16-of-56 from the field.

Gregory was led by Courtney Opbroek, who finished with 11 points. The Gorillas were 7-of-13 from the free-throw line and 8-of-33 from the field.

Lyman won the JV game 34-13.

Gregory (1-5) hosts Winner Saturday in Gregory, while Lyman (4-2) hosts Kadoka Area Tuesday in Presho.

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 71, Hitchcock-Tulare 33

FORESTBURG - Shelby Selland recorded a double-double to help the Sanborn Central/Woonsocket girls’ basketball team beat Hitchcock-Tulare 71-33 Saturday.

Selland tallied 24 points and 10 rebounds for the Blackhawks, who were 30-of-56 from the field and finished with 40 rebounds.

Myah Selland added 14 points and nine rebounds, while Rachel Selland had 13 points, three assists and two steals.

SCW (4-0) hosts Mount Vernon/Plankinton Saturday in Woonosocket, while HT (3-3) plays Northwestern Thursday in Hitchcock.
HT 6 14 27 33
SCW 25 43 57 71

Lennox 60, Platte-Geddes 49

PLATTE - The Platte-Geddes girls’ basketball team fell to Lennox 60-49 Saturday in Platte.

The Black Panthers (2-4) were led by Josie DeGroot, who scored a game-high 23 points in the loss.

The Orioles got 21 points from Taylor Anderson.

PG plays Tri-Valley Friday in Colton, while Lennox (2-4) plays Dakota Valley Thursday in North Sioux City.

Winner 80, Parkston 20

PARKSTON - Winner topped Parkston 80-20 in girls’ high school basketball action Saturday in Parkston.

The Warriors (6-0) got 15 points from Kelsey Bertram, while Tawny Sherman added 12. Sara Husher scored 10 points for Winner and Cassidy Hanson grabbed a team-high seven rebounds.

Winner shot 33-of-67 from the field and wone the rebounding battle 37-20.

The Trojans (1-5) were led by Justene Alley with seven points, while Sydney Weber grabbed seven rebounds.

Winner won the JV game and plays Chamberlain Tuesday in Chamberlain, while Parkston plays Corsica/Stickney Tuesday in Parkston.
W 20 41 64 80
P 8 11 15 20


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