Area high school basketball roundup: Black Panthers bounce Scotland

PLATTE -- Platte-Geddes posted 30 points in the first half and cruised to a 49-27 win over Scotland on Friday night in girls basketball action. Both Alexis Peterson and Hallie Hallock scored 14 points and Jada Nelson tacked on 12 points and seven...

Platte-Geddes' Alexis Peterson draws the attention of Scotland defenders Taylor Bauder, left, and Taylor Gall, right, during the first half of a girls basketball game Friday in Platte. (Marcus Traxler/Republic)

PLATTE -- Platte-Geddes posted 30 points in the first half and cruised to a 49-27 win over Scotland on Friday night in girls basketball action.

Both Alexis Peterson and Hallie Hallock scored 14 points and Jada Nelson tacked on 12 points and seven rebounds for the Black Panthers.

Platte-Geddes was 15-for-56 on field goal tries and made 11 of 16 free throws. The Black Panthers had 12 turnovers and pulled down 30 rebounds to Scotland’s 28.

For the Highlanders, Taylor Gall had eight points and eight rebounds. Scotland was 10-for-41 shooting field goals and made 8-of-25 free throws, while committing 25 turnovers.

Platte-Geddes (7-5) plays Parkston on Tuesday in Platte. Scotland (3-7) plays Alcester-Hudson on Monday in Scotland.


S7 13 19 27

PG14 30 42 49

Lennox 52, Parkston 37

LENNOX -- Lennox defeated Parkston 52-37 in a high school girls basketball contest on Friday in Lennox.

Paige Semmler scored a game-high 19 points and pulled down 12 rebounds for a double-double in the loss.

For Lennox, Madysen Vlastuin had 11 points, six assists and five rebounds, while Jordan Kruse had nine points.

Lennox (11-1) plays Madison on Monday in Lennox, while Parkston (4-7) plays Platte-Geddes on Tuesday in Platte.


P9 16 29 37

L17 32 42 52

Flandreau 54, McCook Central/Montrose 44

FLANDREAU -- Flandreau knocked off No. 4 McCook Central/Montrose in a high school girls basketball game on Friday in Flandreau.

Kylie Bertram scored 14 points and Kath Parsley added 11 points for the Fliers.

For MCM, Morgan Koepsell had a game-high 17 points in the loss.

No quarter scores were reported.


MCM (9-2) plays Freeman on Monday in Montrose, while Flandreau (6-4) plays Parker today in Parker.

Ethan 62, Corsica-Stickney 15

STICKNEY -- Ellie Hohn had a double double as No. 1-ranked Ethan improved to 11-1 on the season in a 62-15 win at Corsica-Stickney on Friday night in girls basketball action.

Hohn had 17 points, 10 rebounds and five steals in the win. Kacey Bartscher added 14 points and Karly Gustafson had 13 points and four assists. The Rustlers were 24-for-52 shooting, 7-for-14 on free throws and committed nine turnovers. Ethan had a 27-15 edge in rebounding.

The Jaguars had seven points and five rebounds from Courtney Menning. Corsica-Stickney was held to 6-of-31 shooting, 3-of-7 on free throws and committed 21 turnovers.

Ethan (11-1) plays Canistota on Monday in Canistota. Corsica-Stickney (4-8) plays Viborg-Hurley on Monday in Viborg.  

E9 28 55 62

C-S2 11 13 15

Freeman 52, Menno 24

FREEMAN -- Freeman downed Menno 52-24 in prep girls basketball action on Friday in Freeman.

Erika Sage led the Flyers with 13 points and five steals, while Ashley Glanzer and Hannah Eberts each chipped in eight points. Freeman went 19-of-33 from the field for 47 percent shooting.

Menno was led by Eisley Sayler had six points and six rebounds as the Wolves went 7-of-28 from the floor for 25 percent shooting and committed 36 turnovers.

Menno (5-8) plays Canton on Thursday in Menno, while Freeman (8-1 before) plays St. Francis Indian today in St. Francis.   

M8 13 20 24

F12 24 35 52

Colome 46, Gregory 32

BURKE -- Callie Heath had 14 points and seven rebounds as the Colome Cowgirls beat the Gregory Gorillas 46-32 in the Southern Plains Conference Tournament on Friday in Burke.

Abby Kortan added 13 points for Colome, who went 19-of-55 from the field and had 29 turnovers.

For Gregory, Lauren Svatos had eight points and the team went 10-of-22 from the line in the loss.

Colome (2-9) plays in the consolation championship of the Southern Plains Conference Tournament at 2:30 p.m. today in Gregory. Gregory (1-11) plays in the seventh-place game at 1 p.m. today in Gregory.

C14 26 35 46

G2 6 25 32

Lyman 55, Burke/South Central 38

BURKE -- Lyman advanced to the Southern Plains Conference Tournament championship with a 55-38 win over Burke/South Central on Friday in Burke.

Lyman was led by Ashton Smith’s 14 points, while Shelby Schindler added 10 points and 10 rebounds for a double-double. The Raiders went 20-of-43 from the floor and 10-of-14 from the line.

Ryahna Schweigert, Tressa Bull and Lexi Fernau each had eight points, while Fernau added seven assists. The Cougars went 13-of-52 from the field, 6-of-9 from the line and had seven turnovers.

Lyman plays Kadoka Area in the title game at 5:30 p.m. today in Gregory, while Burke/South Central plays Stanley County in the third-place game at 4 p.m. today in Gregory.

B/SC 14 26 34 38

L15 24 37 55

Boys basketball

Lennox 63, Platte-Geddes 43

PLATTE -- Lennox hit 10 3-pointers picked up a road victory at Platte-Geddes 63-43 in a high school boys basketball game on Friday.

For Lennox, Marshall McLaren had 17 points and seven rebounds to pace the Orioles. Brock Anderson had 12 points and Quincy Ihnen had 10 points. The Orioles made 20-of-44 field goal attempts and 13-of-17 free throws.

Zavier Marshall scored 10 points to lead the Black Panthers, while Malachi Girton added nine points and Ricky Knecht chipped in seven points. Platte-Geddes was 13-for-44 shooting in the game and made 12-of-23 free throws.

Platte-Geddes (3-5) plays Hanson at 10 a.m. today in the Hanson Classic at the Corn Palace. Lennox (3-7) plays Parkston on Thursday in Parkston.

L19 30 48 63

PG7 17 29 43

BOYS' BASKETBALL Aberdeen Christian 63, Faulkton 61

Britton-Hecla 45, Deuel 44

Clark/Willow Lake 53, Webster 45

Crazy Horse 60, Oelrichs 58

Douglas 65, Little Wound 54

Hot Springs 45, Belle Fourche 37

Huron 49, Watertown 44

Irene-Wakonda 50, Crofton, Neb. 47

Langford 58, Castlewood 43

Lennox 63, Platte-Geddes 43

Madison 67, Sioux Falls Christian 64

Newell 66, Hulett, Wyo. 37

Potter County 65, Stanley County 58

Sioux Falls O'Gorman 49, Rapid City Central 30

Sisseton 50, Redfield/Doland 34

Tea Area 96, Garretson 50

Timber Lake 68, Lemmon 57

Tri-Valley 65, Dakota Valley 46

Viborg-Hurley 68, Baltic 57

Waverly-South Shore 54, Wilmot 39

Dakota Valley Conference TournamentConsolation Semifinal Dell Rapids St. Mary 63, Estelline 15

Deubrook 48, Elkton-Lake Benton 44

Semifinal Arlington 49, Lake Preston 47

Colman-Egan 57, Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 52

GIRLS' BASKETBALL Aberdeen Roncalli 54, Groton Area 22

Belle Fourche 56, Hot Springs 25

Beresford 55, Canton 39

Crofton, Neb. 53, Irene-Wakonda 32

Dakota Valley 47, Tri-Valley 33

Dell Rapids 72, Sioux Valley 54

Deuel 50, Britton-Hecla 37

Ethan 62, Corsica/Stickney 15

Eureka/Bowdle 46, Strasburg-Zeeland, N.D. 15

Faulkton 84, Aberdeen Christian 31

Flandreau 54, McCook Central/Montrose 44

Freeman 52, Menno 24

Hamlin 57, Milbank Area 38

Lennox 52, Parkston 37

Little Wound 54, Douglas 41

Lower Brule 52, Flandreau Indian 31

Newell 60, Hulett, Wyo. 28

Oelrichs 72, Crazy Horse 31

Platte-Geddes 49, Scotland 27

Red Cloud 61, Bennett County 24

Sioux Falls Christian 66, Madison 62

Sioux Falls O'Gorman 48, Rapid City Central 41

Sioux Falls Roosevelt 54, Rapid City Stevens 49

Spearfish 48, Sturgis Brown 35

Viborg-Hurley 34, Baltic 33

Watertown 42, Huron 35

Waverly-South Shore 39, Wilmot 27

Webster 58, Clark/Willow Lake 20

West Central 47, Vermillion 44

Little Moreau Conference TournamentConsolation Semifinal Dupree 65, Tiospaye Topa 31

Lemmon 49, Harding County 38

Semifinal Faith 69, McIntosh 45

Timber Lake 62, Bison 29

Southern Plains Conference TournamentConsolation Semifinal Colome 46, Gregory 32

Semifinal Kadoka Area 67, Stanley County 53

Lyman 55, Burke/South Central 38

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