Area basketball roundup: Platte-Geddes outlasts Scotland girls

SCOTLAND -- Platte-Geddes edged Scotland 55-54 in girls basketball action on Friday in Scotland. Dominique Girton led the Black Panthers with 15 points, nine rebounds and five steals. Maddi Miller added 12 points and five boards. Platte-Geddes (4...

Scotland's Issabela Vitek, left, and Platte-Geddes' Tori Weins, right, go for the ball during a prep girls basketball game on Friday in Scotland. (Eric Mayer / Republic)

SCOTLAND - Platte-Geddes edged Scotland 55-54 in girls basketball action on Friday in Scotland.

Dominique Girton led the Black Panthers with 15 points, nine rebounds and five steals. Maddi Miller added 12 points and five boards. Platte-Geddes (4-8): Up next: Platte-Geddes plays at Parkston on Tuesday.

Scotland (3-7): Taylor Gall led the Highlanders with 15 points and seven rebounds. Grace Fryda tallied 13 points, three rebounds, and five assists for Scotland. Taylor Bietz posted 13 points and four rebounds. Up next: The Highlanders play Alcester-Hudson on Monday in Alcester.

PG 8 23 35 55

S 13 26 38 54


Hanson 72, Canistota 43

CANISTOTA - Hanson held Canistota to just six second-quarter points in girls basketball action Friday.

Hanson (9-3): Brooke Slaba led the Beavers in scoring with 24 points, while Jada Campbell and Heather Kayser put up 12 points apiece. Campbell and Brooke Weber pulled down nine and eight rebounds, respectively. Up next: Hanson plays Sanborn Central/Woonsocket on Tuesday in Alexandria.

Canistota (5-7): Jordan Engbrecht tallied 23 points for the Hawks, and Harley Cormany scored 16. Skylar Bultje pulled down eight boards, while Engbrecht added six. Up next: The Hawks play at Ethan on Monday.

H 18 35 55 72

C 14 20 33 43

Ethan 47, Corsica-Stickney 42

ETHAN - Two girls scored in double figures to push Ethan past Corsica-Stickney in a basketball game on Friday.


Ethan (10-2): Karly Gustafson led the Rustlers with 20 points, while Maddie Miiller tallied 11 and Mollie Miiller pulled down 11 rebounds with eight assists. Up next: Ethan hosts Canistota on Monday.

Corsica-Stickney (9-2): Raven Barse scored 10 points for CS, while Courtney Menning put up nine points. Up next: The Jaguars host Marty on Monday.

CS 6 17 29 42

E 17 28 33 47

Freeman 51, Menno 41

MENNO - Freeman pushed past Menno in girls basketball action Friday.

Freeman (7-2): Dayna Roth led the Flyers with 15 points and four rebounds, while Josie Fuhrmann added 11 points. Hannah Eberts had seven rebounds, three assists and six steals. Fuhrmann also had three assists. Up next: The Flyers host McCook Central/Montrose on Monday.

Menno (9-3): Morgan Edelman had 15 points, eight rebounds and five steals for the Wolves. Ashton Vaith added nine points and two assists, while Kiara Nusz allied eight points. Up next: Menno hosts Howard on Monday.


F 8 18 37 51

M 7 16 27 41

Lennox 58, Parkston 31

PARKSTON - The Lennox girls basketball team rose to victory over Parkston on Friday.

Lennox (11-2): Madysen Vlastuin led the Orioles, scoring 15 points and pulling down five rebounds. Riley Peters added 13 points, and Rianna Fillipi tallied 12. Up next: The Orioles play at Madison on Monday.

Parkston (3-8): Paige Semmler totaled 11 points and six boards for Parkston, while Sam Kinneberg added six points, and Maysa Davidson scored five. Up next: The Trojans host Platte-Geddes on Tuesday.

McCook Central/Montrose 60, Flandreau 54

MONTROSE - McCook Central/Montrose pushed past Flandreau in a close girls basketball game Friday.

McCook Central/Montrose (10-1): Morgan Koepsell grabbed a double-double, with 24 points and 19 rebounds. Madisen Koepsell tallied 16 points, and Jacy Pulse added 11. Up next: MCM plays at Freeman on Monday.

Flandreau (8-4): Hannah Parsley scored 20 points, while Tishara Hardy tallied 11 points. Marianna Pavlis pulled down nine boards. Up next: Flandreau plays Baltic on Thursday in the first round of the Big East Tournament in Parker.

MCM 13 25 43 60

F 12 25 36 54

Boys basketball

Flandreau 64, McCook Central/Montrose 29

MONTROSE - The Flandreau Fliers powered themselves to a boys basketball road win over McCook Central/Montrose on Friday.

Flandreau (8-3): Dylan LeBrun led the Fliers, pouring in 30 points and 16 rebounds for a double-double. Nathan Cloud tallied 11 points, while Connor LeBrun and Nathan Kneebone put up eight points apiece. Up next: Flandreau plays Tea Area at 7 p.m. today at the Hanson Classic at the Corn Palace.

McCook Central/Montrose (4-7): Bryce Smart scored 11 points, while Koltan Lindstrom tallied nine for the Fighting Cougars. Up next: MCM plays at Freeman on Tuesday.

F 19 34 59 64

MCM 9 15 27 29

Lennox 71, Platte-Geddes 32

LENNOX - Lennox cruised to victory over Platte-Geddes in boys basketball action Friday.

Lennox (3-7): Josh Arlt led the Orioles with 18 points, while Quincy Ihnen tallied 14 points, eight rebounds, and four assists. Will Daugherty added 14 points, and Holdyn Breck totaled six rebounds and three steals. Up next: The Orioles host Parkston on Thursday.

Platte-Geddes (5-4): Kade Starr and Hayden Stluka had seven points apiece for the Black Panthers, while Cole Nachtigal scored six points. Up next: Platte-Geddes plays at Parkston on Tuesday.

PG 9 13 26 32

L 17 35 48 71

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