Area basketball roundup: SCW boys hold off Hanson

FORESTBURG--Noah Dickson's double-double powered Sanborn Central/Woonsocket to a 58-40 win over Hanson in boys basketball Tuesday. Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (8-4): Dickson racked up 25 points and 13 rebounds, while Trey Ulmer tossed in 10 points...


FORESTBURG-Noah Dickson's double-double powered Sanborn Central/Woonsocket to a 58-40 win over Hanson in boys basketball Tuesday.

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (8-4): Dickson racked up 25 points and 13 rebounds, while Trey Ulmer tossed in 10 points for the Blackhawks. Tater Moody and Malachi Bruce notched six points apiece in the win and Bruce added five rebounds. The Blackhawks play Ethan on Monday in Forestburg.

Hanson (10-2): Hayden Bahmuller tallied 10 points for Hanson, while Riley Ferry grabbed seven boards. Reggie Slaba and Payden Haiar hit nine points apiece. The Beavers play Bridgewater-Emery on Friday in Woonsocket.

SCW 12 23 38 58

H 8 16 31 40


Canistota 57, Chester Area 39

CHESTER-Chase Merrill and Tyce Ortman combined for 36 points to lift Canistota to a boys basketball victory over Chester Area on Tuesday.

Canistota (8-3): Merrill tallied 19 points, while Ortman put up 17 in the win. Merrill also notched five assists, while Trey Ortman pulled down nine boards. The Hawks play Little Wound on Saturday in Madison.

Chester Area (4-11): Chris Mohr finished with 16 points for the Flyers, while Aden Baumberger scored 10 points with six rebounds. Alex Tammen dished out four assists. The Flyers play Colman-Egan on Monday in Colman.

C 14 25 38 57

CA 12 18 27 39

Ethan 69, FAM 53

ETHAN-Brady Hawkins and Eric Gustafson combined for 41 points to power the Ethan boys basketball team to a win over Freeman Academy/Marion on Tuesday.


Ethan (3-8): Hawkins registered a double-double with 21 points and 15 rebounds. Gustafson added 20 points and six boards. The Rustlers host Mitchell Christian on Thursday.

Freeman Academy/Marion (6-6): Gavin Pankratz led the Bearcats with 15 points, while Quincy Blue added 12 points. Thaniel Schroeder scored nine. The Bearcats play Irene-Wakonda on Thursday in Marion.

FAM 20 22 35 53

E 16 36 57 69

Chamberlain 67, Madison 62

MADISON-Louie Running Horse's 25 points propelled Chamberlain to victory over Madison in prep boys basketball action Tuesday.

Chamberlain (5-6): Drayton Priebe tallied 17 points for the Cubs, while Brant Gullickson tossed in 14 points. Running Horse grabbed nine boards in the win. The Cubs play Mobridge-Pollock on Friday in Mobridge.

Madison (5-5): Caileb Reilly notched 14 points in the loss, while Tyler Tappe scored 13 and Doyle Brown tossed in 10 points and seven rebounds. The Bulldogs host Beresford on Thursday.


C 15 30 43 67

M 16 27 46 62

MCM 69, Freeman 43

MONTROSE-McCook Central/Montrose defeated Freeman in boys basketball action after leading by 29 after the third quarter.

McCook Central/Montrose (4-8): Koltan Lindstrom poured in 26 points and seven rebounds, while Trey Anderson chipped in 13 points and six rebounds. Isaac McCormick scored 10 points and added seven boards in the win. The Fighting Cougars travel to Parkston on Jan. 29.

Freeman (2-10): Braxton Schmidt led the Flyers with 17 points, while Bailey Sage and Brady Kaufman added nine points apiece. Sage pulled down five rebounds. The Flyers travel to St. Francis Indian on Saturday.

MCM 19 41 59 69

F 2 19 30 43

Gayville-Volin 54, Menno 42

MENNO-Four Raiders hit double figures on Tuesday to lift Gayville-Volin over Menno in boys basketball action.

Gayville-Volin (8-3): Jacob Hirsch led the scoring with 12 points, while Skylar Olson, Chase Huether and Tristan Gustad tallied 11 points apiece. Gustad and Huether pulled down four rebounds apiece. The Raiders play Colman-Egan on Saturday in Madison.

Menno (2-7 before): Levi Heckenlaible tallied 16 points for Menno, while Trey Bohlman added 14 points and 10 rebounds for a double-double in the loss. The Wolves play Corsica-Stickney on Friday in Corsica.

GV 10 18 37 54

M 7 14 29 42

MVP 75, Wagner 56

PLANKINTON-Mount Vernon/Plankinton jumped out to a 25-12 first-quarter lead and cruised to a boys basketball win over Wagner on Tuesday.

Mount Vernon/Plankinton (4-6): Rylee Deinert led the Titans with 19 points, five rebounds and five assists. Nolan Sampson added 16 points and six rebounds. Russ Reed chipped in with nine points. The Titans travel to Winner on Friday.

Wagner (1-8): Marcus Zephier and Dustin Honomichl scored 12 points apiece for the Red Raiders. Honomichl added eight rebounds. Tysin Arpan contributed eight points and seven boards. The Red Raiders travel to Scotland on Friday.

W 12 28 43 56

MVP 25 43 60 75

Parkston 61, Platte-Geddes 52

PLATTE-Parkston pulled away in the fourth quarter to defeat Platte-Geddes after being tied at the half in boys basketball action Tuesday.

Parkston (5-7): Braden Bruening tallied 23 points in the win, while Nathan Boettcher hit 20 points and Nate Doering scored 15 points. The Trojans host Lennox on Thursday.

Platte-Geddes (4-5): Kelby VanDerWerff poured in 29 points and seven rebounds, while Brody Boltjes and Hayden Stluka notched six points each. Cade Starr finished with nine rebounds. The Black Panthers play Colome on Friday in Platte.

P 12 25 40 61

PG 6 25 36 52

ACDC 64, Wessington Springs 48

WESSINGTON SPRINGS-Andes Central/Dakota Christian trailed after the first quarter, but back-to-back 19-point quarters allowed the Thunder to surge past Wessington Springs on Tuesday.

Andes Central/Dakota Christian (5-6): Daaron Tronvold scored a game-high 28 points and snatched seven rebounds, while Cliff Johnson added 15 points and eight rebounds in the win for ACDC. Jaeson Garcia pitched in 12 points. The Thunder play Bon Homme on Thursday in Lake Andes.

Wessington Springs (2-10): Jacob Messmer had 16 points, nine rebounds and four steals. Cooper Hainy and Mason Schelske had 12 and 11 points, respectively. The Spartans play Wolsey-Wessington on Saturday in Wolsey.

ACDC 13 32 51 64

WS 16 26 39 48

Winner 75, Todd County 68

WINNER-Winner defeated Todd County in boys basketball action Tuesday in Winner.

Winner (8-3): Joren Bruun notched 23 points for the Warriors, while Shea Connot tossed in 16 points and six boards. Brady Fritz hit 14 points and five rebounds and Brandon Volmer grabbed 12 points and eight boards in the win. The Warriors host Mount Vernon/Plankinton on Friday.

Todd County (8-5): Bryce Hammer tallied 23 points, while Josh Rowland finished with 15 points and five boards. Ashaun Roach-Valandra scored 13 points, while Aiden Bizardie totaled 10. The Falcons travel to McLaughlin on Friday.

W 24 44 54 75
TC 15 31 45 68

TDA 76, Centerville 47

TRIPP-Tripp-Delmont/Armour notched 23 points apiece in the second and third quarters to blow past Centerville on Tuesday.

Tripp-Delmont/Armour (4-6): Micah Lau scored a game-high 26 points, while adding 10 rebounds and four steals. Kasan Abedi added 16 points, six rebounds and four assists and Carson Koehn pitched in 13 points. The Nighthawks travel to Burke on Friday.

Centerville (1-9): Hayden Ellis had 16 points and five rebounds and Reese Pfister added eight points and eight boards. The Tornadoes play Viborg-Hurley on Thursday in Hurley.

C 21 32 42 47

TDA 21 44 67 76

Area girls basketball

Hanson 53, SCW 40

FORESTBURG-Three Beavers scored in double figures to push Hanson past Sanborn Central/Woonsocket in girls basketball on Tuesday.

Hanson (6-5): Megan Guericke tallied 15 points in the win, while Mekiah Campbell notched 12 points and eight rebounds. Morgan Huber finished with 11 points and five rebounds. Elizabeth Arend also added five rebounds. The Beavers play Bridgewater-Emery on Friday in Emery.

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (8-4): Trinity Boschee scored 10 points for SCW, while Kaylee White, Tesa Jensen and Abby Vermeulen hit six points apiece. Vermeulen notched nine rebounds and two steals, while White tallied four rebounds, four assists and two steals. Megan Poyer also finished with four assists and two steals. The Blackhawks travel to Wessington Springs on Thursday.

H 23 37 44 53

SCW 6 14 30 40

Colman-Egan 64, Howard 57

HOWARD-Colman-Egan got past Howard to move back to .500 on the season in girls basketball action Tuesday in Howard.

Colman-Egan (6-6): Katie Hannasch finished with a team-high 18 points, while Madison Voelker scored 12 in the win. Braiden Westley and Olivia Baumberger totaled 10 points apiece. The Hawks host Estelline/Hendricks on Friday in Colman.

Howard (6-7): Hilary Albrecht notched a game-high 21 points and 10 rebounds for a double-double, while Kate Conner tallied 12 points and nine rebounds in the loss. The Tigers travel to Ethan on Friday.

CE 15 35 51 64

H 13 17 39 57

Avon 69, Burke 42

AVON-Lauren Sees and Shalayne Nagel led Avon to victory over Burke in prep girls basketball on Tuesday.

Avon (8-5): Sees racked up 28 points, while Nagel tossed in 22 points and 10 rebounds for a double-double. Tiffany Pelton grabbed five boards, and Sees chipped in six assists and two steals. The Pirates host Parkston on Friday.

Burke (6-7): Sally Hakin tallied 13 points for Burke, while Bobbi Jo Wischmann finished with 11 points in the loss. Taylee Indahl and Lahna Matucha totaled four rebounds apiece, while Indahl added four assists and Hakin notched three steals in the loss. The Cougars host Boyd County, Nebraska on Thursday.

A 21 35 53 69

B 6 19 31 42

Bon Homme 32, KWL 31

TYNDALL-Bon Homme sneaked past Kimball/White Lake for its third girls basketball win of the season Tuesday.

Bon Homme (3-8): Jenae Alberts notched 12 points and eight boards, while Kenzie Carson filled the stat sheet with 10 points, seven rebounds and three steals. Emily Cap added four steals and three assists. The Cavaliers play Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Thursday in Lake Andes.

Kimball/White Lake (6-7): Kennedy Leiferman led the WiLdKats with 14 points, while Grace Konechne tossed in 13 points in the loss. The WiLdKats host Wolsey-Wessington on Tuesday in White Lake.

BH 10 18 24 32

KWL 10 18 25 31

Chamberlain 60, Madison 51

CHAMBERLAIN-A pair of double-doubles powered Chamberlain past Madison on Tuesday in girls basketball action.

Chamberlain (5-6): Mady Handel had a 16-point, 12-rebound double-double for the Cubs, while Hannah Anderson added 18 points and 10 boards. Treyah Sitting Bear added 12 points in the win. The Cubs play Mobridge-Pollock on Friday in Mobridge.

Madison (2-8): Maddie Garry scored a team-high 17 points for the Bulldogs. Morgan Anderson scored 12, too. The Bulldogs host Tea Area on Friday.

M 8 18 34 51

C 10 22 38 60

Corsica-Stickney 67, Marty 30

MARTY-Three players scored in double figures to lead Class B No. 4 Corsica-Stickney to a girls basketball win over Marty on Tuesday.

Corsica Stickney (11-1): Avery Broughton led the Jaguars with 15 points, 12 rebounds, four steals and two blocked shots. Raven Barse and Courtney Menning scored 12 points apiece. Barse collected six rebounds, while Menning added four assists and four steals. The Jaguars host Menno on Friday in Corsica.

Marty (4-8): Chernessa Cournoyer finished with 12 points. The Braves play in the Dakota Oyate Challenge on Thursday in Huron.

CS 19 42 57 67

Marty 9 11 21 30

Menno 56, Gayville-Volin 47

MENNO-Menno scored 31 points after halftime to get past Gayville-Volin on Tuesday in girls basketball action.

Menno (8-5): Morgan Edelman poured in a game-high 21 points for the Wolves, while also recording eight rebounds and five steals. Jesse Munkvold also scored 10, while Tess Oplinger had a team-high nine rebounds. The Wolves play Corsica-Stickney on Friday in Corsica.

Gayville-Volin (1-11): Kayla VanOsdel scored 19 points for the Raiders, while Sally Quatier grabbed 10 rebounds. The Raiders play Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Tuesday in Tripp.

M 13 25 36 56

GV 10 17 31 47

MVP 45, Wagner 33

PLANKINTON-Mount Vernon/Plankinton pulled away from Wagner for a girls basketball victory on Tuesday.

Mount Vernon/Plankinton (8-2): Katlyn Briggs led MVP with 13 points and 12 rebounds. Emilee Fox added 11 points and Hailey Walz chipped in with 10 points. Dacey Rihanek added four steals. The Titans travel to Winner on Friday.

Wagner (3-7): Kayli Kocer led the Red Raiders with 16 points and Maesa Dvorak collected 12 rebounds. Faith Tyler dished out eight assists. The Red Raiders travel to Scotland on Friday.

W 6 8 20 33

MVP 20 28 35 45

Parkston 69, Platte-Geddes 36

PLATTE-After the first quarter ended in a tie, Parkston outscored Platte-Geddes 19-0 in the second to cruise to a win on Tuesday.

Parkston (6-5): Emma Yost had 17 points and seven rebounds, while Ellie Weidenbach added 14. The Trojans travel to Avon on Friday.

Platte-Geddes (2-9): Tori Weins had 15 points and six rebounds in the loss. Dominique Girton added 13 points. The Black Panthers host Colome on Friday in Platte.

P 17 36 54 69

PG 17 17 22 36

ACDC 51, Wessington Springs 20

WESSINGTON SPRINGS-Andes Central/Dakota Christian rolled over Wessington Springs in prep girls basketball action Tuesday.

Andes Central/Dakota Christian (10-3): Mackenzie Muckey put up 19 points, while Tyra Medicine Horn tallied nine points with four assists and seven steals. Lexie VanderPol pulled down eight boards, and Isabel Pheifer grabbed five steals in the win. The Thunder host Bon Homme on Thursday in Lake Andes.

Wessington Springs (3-11): Grace Gran chipped in nine points for Wessington Springs. The Spartans host Sanborn Central/Woonsocket on Thursday.

ACDC 8 30 42 51

WS 5 11 17 20

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