Area high school basketball: Freeman, SCW, Wessington Springs earn wins
FREEMAN -- Cailey Roth recorded a double-double to help lift the Freeman girls' basketball team over McCook Central/Montrose 55-47 Monday. Roth had 10 points and a game-high 15 rebounds in the win. Erika Sage scored a team-best 16 points and Nico...
FREEMAN - Cailey Roth recorded a double-double to help lift the Freeman girls’ basketball team over McCook Central/Montrose 55-47 Monday.
Roth had 10 points and a game-high 15 rebounds in the win. Erika Sage scored a team-best 16 points and Nicole Saarie added 13 points for Freeman, which was 16-of-46 from the field, 19-of-28 from the line and had 31 team rebounds and 15 turnovers.
Rachael Laetsch scored 16 points to lead the Fighting Cougars, who were 20-of-59 from the field and 9-of-10 from the field. Morgan Koepsell also had 13 points. MCM recorded 30 team rebounds and 11 turnovers.
Freeman (11-3) hosts Marty Indian Monday, while MCM (6-4) plays Flandreau Thursday.
F 9 35 43 55
MCM 14 25 35 47
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 56, Hanson 49
FORESTBURG - Myah Selland’s double-double helped No. 5 Sanborn Central/Woonsocket defeat No. 4 Hanson 56-49 Monday in high school girls’ basketball action.
Selland had 14 points and 10 rebounds, while Morgan Selland scored a team-high 17 points and Shelby Selland added 12 points. The Blackhawks were 25-of-54 from the field, 3-of-7 from the line and had 30 team rebounds and 18 turnovers.
Hanson’s Sydney Dodd scored a game-high 22 points, while Kynedi Cheeseman brought down 13 rebounds. The Beavers were 19-of-47 from the field, 9-of-18 from the line and had 31 rebounds and 23 turnovers.
SCW (10-1) plays Wessington Springs Thursday in Woonsocket, while Hanson (12-2) hosts Kimball/White Lake Thursday in Alexandria.
SCW 19 32 45 56
H 13 26 43 49
Wessington Springs 58, Andes Central 36
WESSINGTON SPRINGS - Sheyanne Brodkorb recorded a game-high 27 points and 14 rebounds for a double-double in Wessington Springs’ 58-36 victory over Andes Central Monday in high school girls’ basketball action.
Shyanne Kopfmann had 10 points and 10 rebounds for a double-double and Devin Tebay added 11 rebounds for the Spartans, who was 21-of-50 from the field and 16-of-27 from the line.
Andes Central’s Auviyah Laweka had 15 points and Autumn Longcrow added 11 points. The Eagles were 12-of-43 from the field and 5-of-6 from the line.
The Spartans (4-8) play Sanborn Central/Woonsocket Thursday in Woonsocket, while Andes Central (1-10) won the JV game 26-11 and plays Bon Homme Thursday in Tyndall.
WS 14 28 39 58
AC 6 17 22 36
Bridgewater-Emery 54, Menno 39
EMERY - Tiana Kayser had 20 points, 12 rebounds and seven assists as the Bridgewater-Emery girls’ basketball team defeated Menno 54-39 Monday.
Justine Dye added 20 points and seven steals for the Huskies, who had 29 team rebounds and were 22-of-60 from the field and 8-of-17 from the line.
Menno’s Madison Huber had 13 points, Abby Herrboldt added nine points and Kaylee Kessler brought down a team-high five rebounds. The Wolves had 20 team rebounds and were 14-of-38 from the field and 5-of-6 from the line.
The Huskies (6-6) won the JV game 34-22 and play Scotland today in Bridgewater, while Menno (1-10) plays at Marion Friday.
BE 13 22 41 54
M 6 12 28 39
Winner 73, Miller 28
WINNER - Cassidy Hanson scored a game-high 23 points as the Winner girls’ basketball team beat Miller 73-28 Monday.
Sara Husher added 15 points and Lindsey Calhoon brought down five rebounds for the Warriors, who were 25-of-52 from the field and 18-of-26 from the line. Winner had 10 turnovers and 25 rebounds.
Miller’s Kristen Peterka had seven points in the loss. The Rustlers were 11-of-35 from the field and 5-of-8 from the line.
Winner (12-1) won the JV game 51-27 and plays Mount Vernon/Plankinton Friday in Plankinton, while Miller (5-8) plays Faulkton Area Thursday.
W 16 36 59 73
M 7 12 20 28
Kimball/White Lake 53, Chamberlain 44
KIMBALL - Brooklyn Donald had 12 points and 10 rebounds for a double-double in Kimball/White Lake’s 53-44 victory over Chamberlain Monday in a high school girls’ basketball game.
Kelli Steffen had 13 points and six assists, Mary Kroupa added 11 points and six rebounds and Jazmyn Hinker scored 11 points in the win. The WiLdKats were 16-of-25 from the line, 17-of-44 from the line and had 28 team rebounds.
Chamberlain’s Kennedy Wagner had 14 points and five assists, while Abbey Handel, Brittany Goodlow and Dawson Munger each added eight points. The Cubs were 14-of-51 from the field, 10-of-14 from the line and had 30 team rebounds.
KWL (8-4) plays at Hanson Thursday, while Chamberlain (8-5) hosts Mobridge-Pollock Friday.
KWL 19 31 40 53
C 16 31 36 44
Gregory 57, Dakota Christian 35
NEW HOLLAND - The Gregory boys’ basketball team improved to 9-2 after beating Dakota Christian 57-35 Monday.
Gavin Thomas had a game-high 14 points and Mitchel Klundt added 12 points for Gregory, which was 22-of-40 from the field and 9-of-15 from the line. The Gorillas had 20 team rebounds and 11 turnovers.
The Cadets were led by Drew Veurink with 11 points and six rebounds. Dakota Christian was 13-of-35 from the field, 3-of-5 from the line and had 18 team rebounds and 17 turnovers.
Gregory hosts Avon Thursday, while Dakota Christian (3-8) hosts Freeman Thursday in New Holland.
G 18 33 45 59
DC 5 14 22 35
Andes Central 59, Wessington Springs 58
WESSINGTON SPRINGS - Zach Cournoyer scored a team-best 14 points as the Andes Central boys’ basketball team edged Wessington Springs 59-58 Monday.
Aaron Swanson added 12 points and Chris Band Hand and Brian Brugier each scored 10 for the Cadets, who had 21 turnovers and 17 rebounds.
Jase Kraft led all players with 21 points and Jevon Hohn added 14 for the Spartans, who were 22-of-57 from the field and 8-of-17 from the line. Wessington Springs had 15 turnovers and 25 rebounds.
Andes Central (4-7) plays Bon Homme Thursday in Tyndall, while Wessington Springs (3-8) hosts Sanborn Central/Woonsocket Friday.
AC 14 29 46 59
WS 18 33 46 58