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Area high school basketball roundup: Lyman boys fall to Marty

HURON--Despite a game-high 21 points from Kalvin Peterson, the Lyman boys basketball team fell short against Marty 69-57 at the Huron Holiday Classic on Wednesday at the Huron Arena.

Lyman's Phyzon Milton (23) attempts a reverse layup as Marty's Billy Roller (14) defends during the first half of a Huron Holiday Classic game Wednesday at the Huron Arena. (Marcus Traxler/Republic)
Lyman's Phyzon Milton (23) attempts a reverse layup as Marty's Billy Roller (14) defends during the first half of a Huron Holiday Classic game Wednesday at the Huron Arena. (Marcus Traxler/Republic)

HURON-Despite a game-high 21 points from Kalvin Peterson, the Lyman boys basketball team fell short against Marty 69-57 at the Huron Holiday Classic on Wednesday at the Huron Arena.

Kevin Peterson added 10 points and 10 rebounds for a double-double, while Korder Cropsey grabbed 13 rebounds in the loss.

The Raiders went 12-of-48 from the field and made 21 of 35 free throws in the loss.

Marty had three players score in double figures with Lonnie Hare scoring 17 points. Mason Dion added 15 points and Oscar Bernie chipped in 13 points.

Lyman (1-5) plays Colome on Tuesday in Presho. Marty (3-1) plays Omaha Nation (Neb.) on Thursday in Marty.

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M 15 28 56 69

L 4 15 35 57

Wolsey-Wessington 60, Ethan 44

HURON - Three Warbirds in double figures helped the Wolsey-Wessington boys basketball team past Ethan in the Huron Holiday Classic at the Huron Arena on Wednesday.

Bennett White had 17 points to pace W-W, followed by 12 points each from Jarett Weber and Darian Ogunjemilusi.

The Rustlers picked up 15 points from Rylee Riggs and 14 points from Camden Myers. Myers had seven rebounds for Ethan as well.

Ethan was 17-of-47 shooting for 36 percent and was 8-of-15 at the free throw line. Wolsey-Wessington shot 19-of-33 from the field and was 16-of-23 at the foul stripe. The Warbirds had just three turnovers and forced 11 from Ethan. W-W also had a 19-17 advantage in the rebounding battle.

Ethan (1-3) plays at the Corn Palace on Tuesday against Avon, while Wolsey-Wessington (3-1) will play Potter County on Saturday.

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W-W 18 29 45 60

E 9 21 30 44

Girls basketball

Chamberlain 53, Douglas 46

CHAMBERLAIN - Behind a strong effort at the free throw line, the Chamberlain Cubs girls basketball team overcame a slow start and rallied to defeat Douglas on Wednesday during the East-West Classic at the Chamberlain Armory.

The Cubs shot 25-of-28 - good for 89 percent - at the free throw line in the game. On the flip side, Douglas was 14-of-36 shooting free throws, or 39 percent.

Chamberlain was led by Sierra Kenobbie had a game-high 24 points, while Dawson Munger added 11 points of her own.

Breeze Stock had 17 points for the Patriots and Torrie Phillips had 11 points in the loss.

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The Cubs shot 15-for-53 on field goals. Douglas was 29-of-61 from the field and had a 32-20 advantage in rebounding.

Chamberlain (2-2) plays Winner at home on Tuesday. Douglas (1-3) plays at Sturgis on Jan. 8.

D 11 15 24 46

C 5 23 40 53

Canby (Minn.) 42, Platte-Geddes 30

BROOKINGS - The Canby, Minnesota girls basketball team raced out to 15-point halftime lead and never railed in the contest, topping Platte-Geddes 42-30 at the Swiftel Center Basketball Classic on Wednesday.

Jada Nelson was the lone Black Panther in double-figures, scoring 11, followed by Samantha Ringling with nine points. Nelson also had eight rebounds, as did Alexis Peterson for P-G.

Sydney Sik had 17 points to lead all scorers and Natalie Dinius had 11 points for the Lancers.

Platte-Geddes was 3-for-21 shooting in the first half and was 11-for-40 in the game, for 28 percent. They shot 7 of 14 at the free throw line. Canby shot 18-for-49 and was 2-of-4 on free throws.

Platte-Geddes had 14 turnovers and was outrebounded 42-30.

The Black Panthers (3-2) play Lennox Saturday afternoon in Platte.

C 12 24 32 42

P-G 5 9 19 30

Ethan 70, Philip 34

CHAMBERLAIN - Ethan picked up its fourth win of the season on Wednesday afternoon, defating Philip in the East-West Classic in Chamberlain.

No stats were available from the game.
Both teams will play their next games on a neutral floor. Ethan (4-1) plays Avon on Tuesday at the Corn Palace as part of a boys-girls doubleheader. Philip (4-2) plays Timber Lake Saturday in Kadoka.

Tuesday's games

Colome 86, Centerville 54

WINNER-Holden Thieman scored 31 points and Reed Harter finished with 27 points as the Colome Cowboys ran over Centerville 86-54 at the Snowball Classic on Tuesday in Winner.

Thieman also added nine rebounds, four assists and a steal, while Kelly O'Brian chipped in 13 points and six assists. Colome made 37 of 59 field goals for 62.7 percent shooting in the win.

Centerville went 19-of-50 for 38 percent shooting and made 12 of 27 3-pointers for 44 percent in the loss. Rory O'Malley finished with 28 points to lead the team.

Colome (2-2) plays Wessington Springs on Saturday in Wessington Springs. Centerville (0-3) plays Lennox today in Centerville.

COL 12 28 43 54

CEN 21 40 64 86

Wednesday's statewide scores

BOYS' BASKETBALL

Aberdeen Central 61, Rapid City Central 47

Sioux Falls Lincoln 65, Sauk Centre, Minn. 62

Chadron Tournament

Championship

Spearfish 45, Chadron, Neb. 24

Dakota Holiday Tournament

Ellendale, N.D. 65, Leola/Frederick 29

East West Shootout

Belle Fourche 57, West Central 55

Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 78, Douglas 54

Huron Holiday Classic

Gayville-Volin 65, Faulkton 63

Marty Indian 69, Lyman 57

Miller 64, Hitchcock-Tulare 54

Wolsey-Wessington 60, Ethan 44

Swiftel Classic

Canby, Minn. 55, Rapid City Christian 45

Tiospa Zina Tribal 60, St. Francis Indian 52

GIRLS' BASKETBALL

Aberdeen Central 50, Rapid City Central 46

Chamberlain 53, Douglas 46

Chadron Tournament (Invite)

Championship

Spearfish 60, Hemingford, Neb. 54

Dakota Holiday Tournament

Ellendale, N.D. 54, Leola/Frederick 37

East West Shootout

Ethan 70, Philip 44

Swiftel Classic

Canby, Minn. 42, Platte-Geddes 30

Ipswich 56, Dell Rapids St. Mary 39

Sioux Valley 60, Webster 49

Lyman's Kevin Peterson drives to the basket during the first half of the Raiders' game against Marty on Wednesday at the Huron Holiday Classic at Huron Arena. Defending for the Braves on the play were Devon Drapeau (23), Billy Roller (14) and Oscar Bernie (13). (Marcus Traxler/Republic)
Lyman's Kevin Peterson drives to the basket during the first half of the Raiders' game against Marty on Wednesday at the Huron Holiday Classic at Huron Arena. Defending for the Braves on the play were Devon Drapeau (23), Billy Roller (14) and Oscar Bernie (13). (Marcus Traxler/Republic)

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