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Area high school basketball roundup: Lyman boys squeak past Gregory 65-64

PRESHO -- Lyman squeaked by Gregory 65-64 on Tuesday night in prep boys basketball. Jesse Schindler tallied 19 points and Ty Schindler posted 16 points for the Raiders. Lyman was 24-of-48 from the field and 10-of-19 from the free-throw line. Jayd...

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PRESHO - Lyman squeaked by Gregory 65-64 on Tuesday night in prep boys basketball.

Jesse Schindler tallied 19 points and Ty Schindler posted 16 points for the Raiders. Lyman was 24-of-48 from the field and 10-of-19 from the free-throw line.

Jayd VanDerWerff paced the Gorillas with 27 points while Robert Vomacka added 21 points in the loss.

Lyman (4-9) plays New Underwood on Saturday in Presho. Gregory (4-8) plays Parkston in Gregory on Friday.

L 13 34 44 65

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G 10 31 46 64

 

Chamberlain 58, Platte-Geddes 37

CHAMBERLAIN - Chamberlain cruised past Platte-Geddes 58-37 in high school boys basketball action on Tuesday night.

Seth Friesz scored 16 points for the Cubs while Dodge Knippling added 14 points and seven rebounds. Chamberlain was 24-of-37 from the field and made 4-of-7 free-throw attempts.

Platte-Geddes received six points apiece from Riley Hoffman and Cooper Kanthak in the loss. The Panthers were 12-of-37 from the field and made 10-of-14 free-throw attempts.

Chamberlain (11-2) plays Madison on Monday in Madison. Platte-Geddes (4-7) plays Kimball/White Lake in Kimball on Thursday.

PG 7 17 17 37

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C 22 42 54 58

Burke/South Central 48, Wagner 44

BONESTEEL - Burke/South Central narrowly defeated Wagner 48-44 on Tuesday night in prep boys basketball action.

Jaden Frank scored 14 points while Donald Irvin chipped in 12 points to lead the Cougars to a victory. BSC was 18-of-42 from the field and made 7-of-11 free-throw attempts.

Alex Sully scored 15 points for the Red Raiders in the loss. Wagner was 16-of-40 from the field and made 5-of-12 free-throw attempts.

Burke/South Central (3-9) plays Marty on Thursday in Marty. Wagner (2-10) plays Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Thursday in Wagner.

BSC 13 24 35 48

W 9 19 34 44

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Canistota 53, Viborg-Hurley 50

HURLEY - Canistota edged Viborg-Hurley 53-50 on Tuesday night in high school boys basketball action.

Jordan Lee scored 14 points to lead the Hawks, while Scott Jolley added eight points, eight rebounds and six assists in the win. Canistota was 17-of-47 from the field and outrebounded the Eagles 31-28.

Quinn Doorn posted 17 points and four rebounds in the loss for Viborg-Hurley. The Eagles were 14-of-41 from the field.

Canistota (10-3) Parker on Thursday in Parker. Viborg-Hurley (7-6) plays Freeman Academy/Marion on Friday in Viborg.

C 9 24 38 53

VH 18 31 37 50

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 61, Hanson 43

WOONSOCKET - Sanborn Central downed Hanson 61-43 on Tuesday night in high school boys basketball action.

Trey Weber tallied 25 points for the Blackhawks, while Trent Kingsbury notched 10 assists and five assists in the victory. SCW was 24-of-52 from the field and 8-of-15 from the free-throw line.

Nathan Stewart led the Beavers with 13 points and 14 rebounds in the loss.

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (10-3) plays Corsica-Stickney on Thursday in Corsica. Hanson (6-8) plays Centerville in Alexandria on Thursday.

SCW 16 27 42 61

H 14 24 33 43

Colome 54, Kimball/White Lake 50

COLOME - Colome battled back from an early deficit to claim a 54-50 victory over Kimball/White Lake on Tuesday night in prep boys basketball action.

Kolton Salonen recorded 19 points in the win, while teammate Kelly O'Bryan registered eight points and six assists on the night. The Cowboys were 22-of-54 from the field and 2-of-9 on free-throw attempts.

Seth Kirsch had 13 points for the WiLdKats in the loss. KWL was 15-of-52 from the field and 14-of-18 from the free-throw line.

Colome (10-2) plays Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Friday in Colome. Kimball/White Lake (4-7) plays Platte-Geddes on Thursday in Kimball.

C 10 22 39 54

KWL 13 29 36 50

 

Freeman Academy/Marion 67, Marty Indian 58

MARTY - Freeman Academy/Marion picked up its second win of the season, winning at Marty 67-58 on Tuesday in boys basketball action.

No stats were reported.

Freeman Academy/Marion (2-11) plays Viborg-Hurley on Friday in Viborg. Marty (1-12) plays Burke/South Central in Marty on Thursday.

Wessington Springs 51, Iroquois 50

IROQUOIS - Wessington Springs edged Iroquois Monday night in boys basketball action, narrowly sneaking by with a 51-50 win in 281 Conference play.

No stats were reported.

Wessington Springs (4-9) plays Jones County in Highmore on Saturday. Iroquois (2-12) plays James Valley Christian on Thursday in Iroquois.

Girls basketball

Ethan 60, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 41

ARMOUR - No. 1 Ethan knocked off undefeated Tripp-Delmont/Armour 60-41 on Tuesday night in prep girls basketball action.

Ellie Hohn registered 20 points and four steals for the Rustlers, while teammate Kacey Bartscher recorded 14 points in the win. Ethan was 22-of-51 from the field and 10-of-18 on free throws.

Mattilynn Reiner accumulated 10 points and 10 rebounds in the loss for the Nighthawks. TDA was 19-of-42 from the field and 2-of-3 from the free-throw line.

Ethan (15-1) plays Kimball/White Lake on Friday in Kimball. Tripp-Delmont/Armour (12-1) plays Marty in Tripp on Friday.

TDA 8 22 33 41

E 21 38 51 60

McCook Central/Montrose 58, Parkston 51

PARKSTON - McCook Central Montrose defeated Parkston 58-51 in high school girls basketball action on Tuesday night.

Morgan Koepsell scored 20 points and 10 rebounds for the Fighting Cougars in the win. Danielle Hansen added 13 points on the night.

Parkston was paced by Paige Semmler's 23 points and 13 boards for a double-double.

McCook Central/Montrose (14-2) Garretson on Thursday in Garretson. Parkston (4-8) plays Platte-Geddes on Thursday in Platte.

Avon 57, Menno 30

AVON - Avon won its eighth straight game as they defeated Menno 57-30 in high school girls basketball.

The Pirates were led by Lauren Sees who scored 19 points and had three assists. Avon was 23-of-49 from the field and made 8-of-12 free-throw attempts.

Paige Heckenlaible scored 12 points to lead Menno. The Wolves were 17-of-40 from the field and made 4-of-9 free-throw attempts.

Avon (12-2) plays Bon Homme on Thursday in Tyndall. Menno (5-10) plays Howard on Monday in the Corn Palace.

M 9 13 27 30

A 21 38 56 57

Burke/South Central 45, Corsica-Stickney 39

BURKE - Burke/South Central edged Corsica-Stickney on Tuesday night in high school girls basketball.

Lexie Fernau scored 13 points and had three assists to lead Burke/South Central. The Cougars were 17-of-40 from the field and made 10-of-15 free-throw attempts.

Courtney Menning paced the Jaguars with 17 points and five rebounds. Corsica-Stickney was 17-of-45 from the field and made 3-of-6 free-throw attempts.

Burke/South Central (8-6) plays Avon on Friday in Avon. Corsica-Stickney (5-9) plays Sanborn Central/Woonsocket on Thursday in Corsica.

BSC 16 18 33 45

CS 8 17 28 39

Platte-Geddes 49, Chamberlain 27

CHAMBERLAIN - Platte-Geddes upended Chamberlain 49-27 in high school girls basketball on Tuesday night.

Hallie Hallock powered the Panther attack by posting 14 points in the win. Alexis Peterson contributed 11 points for Platte-Geddes. The Panthers were 17-of-47 from the field, 2-of-12 on 3-pointers, and made 13-of-22 free-throw attempts. Platte-Geddes also held a 34-27 advantage in rebounding.

Chamberlain received 11 points and nine rebounds from Mady Handel on the night. Sierra Kenobbie added nine points for the Cubs in the loss. The Cubs were 9-of-34 from the field, 2-of-11 on 3-pointers, and 7-of-13 on free throws.

Platte-Geddes won the JV game 37-25.

Platte-Geddes (9-5) plays Parkston in Platte on Thursday. Chamberlain (5-9) plays Todd County in Mission on Thursday.

PG 8 23 37 49

C 7 16 23 27

Freeman 61, Scotland 24

SCOTLAND - Freeman defeated Scotland 61-24 on Tuesday night in high school girls basketball action.

Freeman received 14 points and five rebounds from Erika Sage. Josie Fuhrmann added nine points and five rebounds in the victory for the Flyers.

Bella Vitek had five points and four rebounds in the losing effort for the Highlanders.

Freeman (12-2) plays Alcester-Hudson on Thursday in Alcester. Scotland (4-9) plays St. Francis in the DSU Classic in Madison on Saturday.

Bridgewater-Emery 64, Bon Homme 47

BRIDGEWATER - Bridgewater-Emery defeated Bon Homme 64-47 on Tuesday night in high school girls basketball.

Abbi Arend netted 21 points for the Huskies in the win. Kadra Kayser added 14 points on the night.

Makayla Kelley was the top scorer for Bon Homme with 14 points. Rachel Sestak added nine rebounds and three assists for the Cavaliers.

Bridgewater-Emery (3-11) plays Mount Vernon/Plankinton on Thursday in Bridgewater. Bon Homme (1-12) plays Avon on Thursday in Tyndall.

BE 18 30 49 64

BH 13 28 34 47

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 49, Hanson 45

WOONSOCKET - No. 2 Sanborn Central/Woonsocket held Hanson to one point in the fourth quarter to earn a 49-45 victory on Tuesday night in high school girls basketball.

Myah Selland had 16 points, nine rebounds and three assists for the Blackhawks in the win. SCW shot 18-of-41 from the field and made 10-of-15 free-throw attempts.

Hanson was led by Jada Campbell who scored 13 points and eight rebounds in the loss. The Beavers were 17-of-37 from the field and made 5-of-11 free-throw attempts.

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (13-1) plays Corsica-Stickney on Thursday in Corsica. Hanson (10-5) plays Madison in Madison on Saturday.

SCW 9 29 42 49

H 11 27 44 45

Irene-Wakonda 56, Wagner 40

IRENE - Irene-Wakonda downed Wagner 56-40 in high school girls basketball action on Tuesday night.

Ashley Emmick scored 15 points for the Eagles while Shannon O'Malley notched 13 points, seven rebounds and five assists in the win.

Janae Patterson led all Red Raiders scorers with 10 points in the loss. Bethany Sully added nine points for Wagner.

Irene-Wakonda (7-7) plays Baltic in Irene on Friday. Wagner (4-8) plays Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Thursday in Wagner.

W 9 21 33 40

IW 18 30 39 56

Marty 54, Freeman Academy/Marion 53

MARTY - Marty edged Freeman Academy/Marion in girls basketball action Tuesday 54-53.

No statistics were reported.

Marty (6-11) plays Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Friday in Tripp. Freeman Academy/Marion (5-10) plays Viborg-Hurley on Friday in Viborg.

Viborg-Hurley 60, Canistota 58

HURLEY - Viborg-Hurley edged Canistota 60-58 on Tuesday night in prep girls basketball action.

No statistics were reported.

Viborg-Hurley (5-10) plays Freeman Academy/Marion on Friday in Viborg. Canistota (7-7) plays Parker on Thursday in Canistota.

Wessington Springs 44, Iroquois 34

IROQUOIS - Wessington Springs picked up a road win Tuesday in girls basketball action, a 44-34 victory over Iroquois.

No statistics were reported.

Wessington Springs (6-9) plays Wolsey Wessington on Thursday in Wessington Springs. Iroquois (0-16) plays James Valley Christian on Thursday in Iroquois.

Monday's results

Tripp-Delmont/Armour 59, Burke/South Central 45

BONESTEEL - Tripp-Delmont/Armour earned a road win Monday night in boys basketball, a 59-45 triumph at Burke/South Central.

Micah Lau had 19 points for the Nighthawks and Trevor Lau had 16 points, as well. Noah Schafers added nine points and four rebounds. TDA was efficient on offense, making 19 of 33 shots and 11 of 20 free throws.

For the homestanding Cougars, Jaden Frank had 14 points and Brock Karbo had 10 points. BSC shot 16 of 35 from the field and was 7 of 15 on free throws.

Tripp-Delmont/Armour (2-11), which snapped an eight-game losing streak on Monday, will host Marty on Friday. Burke/South Central fell to 2-9.

TDA 17 29 45 59

BSC 16 22 32 45

Canton 52, Menno 41

MENNO-Menno fell 52-41 to Canton in a high school girls basketball game on Monday in Menno.

Paige Heckenlaible had 12 points, while Morgan Edelman had 11 points and nine rebounds.

The Wolves went 15-of-52 from the field for 29 percent shooting and committed 27 turnovers in the loss.

C 8 24 41 52

M 7 19 29 41

 

BOYS BASKETBALL Tuesday’s scores

Aberdeen Christian 52, Waubay/Summit 40

Aberdeen Roncalli 66, Miller 46

Alcester-Hudson 72, Centerville 22

Arlington 45, Hamlin 42

Baltic 64, Garretson 46

Bennett County 65, Kadoka Area 53

Brookings 61, Sioux Falls Lincoln 52

Burke/South Central 48, Wagner 44

Canistota 53, Viborg-Hurley 50

Castlewood 57, Deuel 41

Chamberlain 58, Platte-Geddes 37

Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 56, Mobridge-Pollock 45

Clark/Willow Lake 59, Sisseton 54

Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley, Minn. 58, Wilmot 48

Colome 54, Kimball/White Lake 50

Dell Rapids 76, Tea Area 62

Elkton-Lake Benton 59, Flandreau Indian 33

Freeman Academy/Marion 67, Marty Indian 58

Great Plains Lutheran 51, Lake Preston 50

Highmore-Harrold 62, Sunshine Bible Academy 33

Huron 52, Mitchell 43

James Valley Christian 78, Hitchcock-Tulare 39

Langford 47, Groton Area 37

Linton-HMB, N.D. 55, Herreid/Selby Area 45

Lyman 65, Gregory 64

Madison 59, Lennox 38

Philip 64, New Underwood 31

Pine Ridge 51, St. Francis Indian 42

Potter County 70, Redfield/Doland 37

Red Cloud 91, Hill City 72

Sioux Falls O'Gorman 82, Sioux City, North, Iowa 49

St. Thomas More 71, Belle Fourche 53

Sturgis Brown 69, Hot Springs 44

Timber Lake 74, Dupree 45

Todd County 72, Stanley County 59

Vermillion 58, Beresford 33

Watertown 53, Aberdeen Central 48

Waverly-South Shore 55, Estelline 32

Wessington Springs 51, Iroquois 50

Yankton 57, Sioux Falls Roosevelt 51

GIRLS BASKETBALL Tuesday’s scores

Aberdeen Central 47, Watertown 39

Aberdeen Christian 45, Waubay/Summit 31

Aberdeen Roncalli 66, Miller 46

Avon 57, Menno 30

Brandon Valley 65, Sioux Falls Washington 58

Bridgewater-Emery 64, Bon Homme 47

Burke/South Central 45, Corsica/Stickney 39

Castlewood 50, Deuel 32

Elk Point-Jefferson 64, Sioux Falls Christian 33

Elkton-Lake Benton 59, Flandreau Indian 33

Flandreau 47, Colman-Egan 29

Florence/Henry 67, Tri-State, N.D. 55

Freeman 61, Scotland 24

Hitchcock-Tulare 68, James Valley Christian 43

Lake Preston 49, Great Plains Lutheran 42

Madison 59, Milbank Area 45

Marty Indian 54, Freeman Academy/Marion 53

McCook Central/Montrose 58, Parkston 49

Mitchell 37, Huron 35

Mt. Vernon/Plankinton 44, Mitchell Christian 20

Parker 46, Chester 32

Pine Ridge 64, St. Francis Indian 53

Platte-Geddes 49, Chamberlain 27

Rapid City Christian 49, Crazy Horse 42

Rapid City Stevens 83, Douglas 33

Red Cloud 53, Hill City 36

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 49, Hanson 45

Sioux Falls Lincoln 52, Brookings 49

Sioux Falls Roosevelt 38, Yankton 18

Spearfish 61, Lead-Deadwood 47

St. Thomas More 47, Belle Fourche 36

Sturgis 64, Hot Springs 30

Sunshine Bible Academy 40, Highmore-Harrold 18

Timber Lake 68, Dupree 26

Tiospa Zina Tribal 39, Sisseton 31

Todd County 63, Stanley County 26

Vermillion 40, Beresford 27

Viborg-Hurley 60, Canistota 58

Waverly-South Shore 50, Estelline 25

Wessington Springs 44, Iroquois 34

West Central 53, Tri-Valley 38

White River 76, Lower Brule 42

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