Area high school basketball roundup: Blackhawks score 89 in season-opening win

MILLER--Dillon Moore's 20 points and five rebounds sparked Sanborn Central/Woonsocket over Sunshine Bible Academy 89-26 on Saturday in Miller. Brady Tiede Chipped in 18 points and eight rebounds for the Blackhawks, while Josh Feiner had 14 points...

MILLER-Dillon Moore's 20 points and five rebounds sparked Sanborn Central/Woonsocket over Sunshine Bible Academy 89-26 on Saturday in Miller.

Brady Tiede Chipped in 18 points and eight rebounds for the Blackhawks, while Josh Feiner had 14 points and six assists. SC/W shot 52 percent from the field, while SBA shot 24 percent.

EJ Big Eagle led SBA with eight points in the contest.

SC/W (1-0) takes on Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Thursday in Woonsocket, while SBA (0-1) faces Faulkton Area on Tuesday in Faulkton.

SCW 28 51 76 89


SBA 2 12 17 26

Beresford 56, Wagner 45

WAGNER-The Wagner Red Raiders couldn't find a way to take down Beresford on Saturday in Wagner, falling 56-45.

Chase Zephier led Wagner with nine points, while Terrell Twiss had seven. The Red Raiders converted 17 of 34 shot attempts.

Joseph Lane led Beresford with 17 points. As a team, Beresford converted 21 of its 48 shot attempts.

Wagner (0-2) takes on West Central on Friday in Wagner, while Beresford (1-0) faces Dakota Valley on Tuesday in Beresford.

B 13 28 42 56

W 18 35 41 45


McCook Central/Montrose 49, Parker 45

PARKER-Noah Edwards delivered 17 points and six rebounds for McCook Central Montrose in a 49-45 victory over Parker on Saturday in Parker.

Kylar Hansen also contributed 14 points, while Collin Cleveland and Jesse Muth had seven points apiece. MCM shot 58 percent from the floor in the win.

Zack Anderson led Parker with 14 points and the Pheasants shot 40 percent from the floor.

MCM (1-0) takes on Tea Area on Tuesday in Montrose, while Parker (0-1) faces Baltic on Tuesday in Parker.

MCM 13 25 41 49

P 10 19 38 45

Platte-Geddes 52, Andes Central/Dakota Christian 42


PLATTE-Malichi Girton had 16 points and six rebounds to lead Platte-Geddes in a 52-42 victory over Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Saturday in Platte.

Ricky Knecht contributed 10 points and six rebounds and Riley Hoffman had 10 points in the win.

For AC/DC, Michael Maas had 18 points and nine rebounds while Drew Veurink had eight points and 13 rebounds.

Platte-Geddes was 19-of-47 shooting, while AC/DC was 18-of-51.

Platte-Geddes (1-0) takes on Burke/South Central on Thursday in Platte, while AC/DC (0-1) plays Marty on Tuesday in New Holland.

AC/DC 14 25 31 42

PG 17 33 40 52

Menno 41, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 22

MENNO-Jacob Hertz had 12 points in Saturday's 41-22 win against Tripp-Delmont/Armour for the Menno Wolves in Menno.

Jackson Diede had 11 points in the win, while Spencer Schultz had 10 points. Menno shot 40 percent from the field.

Noah Schafers led TDA with eight points and seven rebounds, while the Nighthawks shot 27 percent from the field.

Menno (1-0) takes on Hanson on Thursday in Menno, while TDA (0-1) plays Parkston on Tuesday in Parkston.

TDA 2 9 18 22

M 8 17 34 41

Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 54, Freeman Academy 47

FREEMAN-Brennan Haggerty's big day wasn't enough for Freeman Academy as Oldham-Ramona/Rutland walked away with a 54-47 victory on Saturday in Freeman.

Haggerty finished with 13 points, nine rebounds, four steals and four blocks for the Bobcats. Jeffrey Graber had 14 points in the loss and Freeman Academy shot 13-for-51 from the floor.

Freeman Academy (0-2) plays Santee (Neb.) on Tuesday in Freeman, while ORR (1-0) faces Arlington on Friday in Oldham.

ORR 12 24 34 54

FA 9 16 27 47

Vermillion 51, Colome 32

TEA-Despite 15 points from Reed Harter, Colome couldn't handle Vermillion on Saturday at the Tea Classic in Tea, falling 51-32.

Holden Thieman had 10 points for the Cowboys, as Colome shot 26.8 percent from the floor and grabbed 18 rebounds.

Jeremiah Johnson had a game-high 20 points for Vermillion, which shot 35.2 percent and grabbed 33 rebounds.

Colome (0-1) takes on Marty on Tuesday in Marty, while Vermillion (1-0) faces Lennox on Tuesday in Vermillion.

C 7 19 25 32

V 18 30 44 51

Mount Vernon/Plankinton 68, Kimball/White Lake 34

PLANKINTON-Devin Rihanek's double-double propelled Mount Vernon/Plankinton to a 68-34 victory over Kimball/White Lake on Saturday in Plankinton.

Rihanek had 11 rebounds and 10 points, while Hayden Schmidt had a game-high 19 points. Dane Rihanek had 13 points in the win.

The Titans shot 48 percent in the contest and grabbed 35 rebounds.

Seth Kirsch and Corbin Heath had eight points apiece for K/WL, which shot 36 percent and grabbed 16 rebounds.

K/WL (0-1) takes on Mitchell Christian on Thursday in Kimball, while MV/P (1-0) faces West Central on Tuesday in Hartford.

KWL 4 12 23 34

MVP 26 49 61 68

Potter County 57, Lyman 19

PRESHO-Potter County defeated Lyman 57-19 at a boys high school basketball game on Saturday in Presho.

Stats were unavailable.

Potter County (1-0) takes on Miller on Tuesday in Miller, while Lyman (0-1) faces Sully Buttes on Tuesday in Onida.

Girls basketball

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 51, Sunshine Bible Academy 15

MILLER-Myah Selland had 21 points and five assists to lead Sanborn Central/Woonsocket over Sunshine Bible Academy 51-15 on Saturday in Miller.

Kayla Olson also chipped in offensively with 11 points, and the Blackhawks shot 45 percent from the field in the contest.

Susan Wilken led Sunshine Bible Academy with nine points, as SBA shot 13 percent from the field.

SBA (0-1) takes on Faulkton Area on Tuesday in Faulkton, while SC/W (1-0) faces Mount Vernon/Plankinton on Dec. 21 in Woonsocket.

SCW 17 34 51 51

SBA 2 7 7 15

Beresford 58, Bridgewater-Emery 21

EMERY-Becca Nelson had 15 points and five rebounds to lead Beresford over Bridgewater-Emery 58-21 on Saturday in Emery.

As a team, Beresford grabbed 24 rebounds, committed 15 turnovers and dished out 19 assists.

Kadra Kayser led the Huskies with nine points and Bailee Schultz had seven rebounds. The Huskies grabbed 22 rebounds, committed 26 turnovers and shot 6-of-43 from the floor.

Beresford (1-0) takes on Dakota Valley on Tuesday in Beresford, while Bridgewater-Emery (0-3) plays Viborg-Hurley on Tuesday in Viborg.

BE 2 11 19 21

BES 16 30 46 58

Lyman 50, Potter County 48 (OT)

PRESHO-Hannah Thiry hit a clutch three that sent Lyman into overtime against Potter County on Saturday in Presho. The Raiders won the game 50-48 behind 25 points and 17 rebounds from Shelby Schindler. Ashton Smith had eight points in the win, while Brooklyn Halverson had nine rebounds.

Lyman (1-1) takes on Stanley County on Tuesday in Presho, while Potter County (1-1) faces Highmore-Harrold on Thursday in Highmore.

PC 12 25 32 43 48

L 9 20 32 43 50

Sully Buttes 68, Chamberlain 26

ONIDA-Dawson Munger had eight points and six rebounds for Chamberlain, but it wasn't enough as the Cubs fell 68-26 to Sully Buttes on Saturday in Onida.

Chamberlain shot 8-of-28 in the contest and grabbed 21 rebounds.

Racquel Wientjes had a game-high 25 points for Sully Buttes.

Chamberlain (0-2) takes on Parkston on Friday in Chamberlain, while Sully Buttes (2-0) takes on Winner on Saturday in Onida.

C 3 15 21 26

SB 28 44 64 68

Tripp-Delmont/Armour 49, Menno 37

MENNO-Erica Koster posted an all-around effort with 16 points, five steals and nine rebounds as Tripp-Delmont/Armour took down Menno 49-37 on Saturday in Menno.

Brooklyn Brouwer and Matilynn Reiner chipped in 10 points apiece for TDA, and the Nighthawks grabbed 31 rebounds and shot 34 percent from the floor.

Marissa Buechler and Paige Heckenlaible had 11 points each for Menno, while Tara Spencer had 13 rebounds.

Menno grabbed 26 rebounds and shot 50 percent from the floor.

Menno (0-2) takes on Scotland on Tuesday in Menno, while TDA (3-0) faces Wolsey-Wessington on Thursday in Woonsocket.

TDA 8 19 35 49

M 5 12 23 37

Platte-Geddes 40, Andes Central/Dakota Christian 38

PLATTE-Hallie Hallock willed Platte-Geddes to a 40-38 victory with 22 points on Saturday in Platte.

Alexis Peterson grabbed 12 rebounds for the Black Panthers, and Jada Nelson pulled in nine. Platte-Geddes shot 30 percent from the floor and grabbed 34 rebounds.

Kennedy Muckey led AC/DC with nine points and seven rebounds, while Abbi Baan Hofman had eight points.

AC/DC shot 24 percent and grabbed 33 rebounds.

Platte-Geddes (1-0) takes on Kimball/White on Tuesday in Platte, while AC/DC (2-1) faces Ethan on Tuesday in New Holland.

ACDC 8 14 26 38

PG 12 23 32 40

McCook Central/Montrose 56, Parker 34

PARKER-Morgan Koepsell dominated for McCook Central/Montrose on Saturday, scoring 30 points and pulling in six boards in a 56-34 win against Parker in Parker.

Natalie Gottlob contributed 11 points and pulled in 10 rebounds for a double-double in the win, and MCM shot 40 percent in the contest.

Lauren Hunstad led Parker with 15 points.

MCM (1-0) faces Dell Rapids today in Dell Rapids, while Parker (0-2) takes on Baltic on Tuesday in Parker.

MCM 17 29 41 56

P 6 16 23 34

Freeman Academy 45, Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 23

FREEMAN-The Freeman Academy girls basketball team defeated Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 45-23 during a girls basketball contest on Saturday in Freeman.

No stats were provided.

Freeman Academy (1-1) takes on Santee (Neb.) on Tuesday in Freeman, while ORR (2-1) faces Waverly-South Shore on Tuesday in Rutland.

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