Canton rode a 20-point second quarter and Kayden Verley's 28 points to a 57-48 win over Kimball/White Lake at the Corn Palace on Monday in boys basketball action.
Canton (5-4): Verley led the C-Hawks in scoring, though Lance Tieszen added 12 points and Isaac Dietzenbach chipped in six. The C-Hawks travel Beresford on Friday.
Kimball/White Lake (6-3): Kordel Kiehn had a double-double for the WiLdKats with 15 points and 11 rebounds. Justin Becker added 11 points and seven boards and Javen Holan led the team with 16 points. The WiLdKats play Gregory on Thursday in Kimball.
C 11 31 40 57
KWL 18 26 32 48
Platte-Geddes 55, Gregory 52
GREGORY-Platte-Geddes held off Gregory's fourth-quarter rally to get its fourth boys basketball win of the season.
Platte-Geddes (4-3): Kelby VanDerWerff scored a game-high 18 points for the Black Panthers. Caden Foxley added 14 points and Kade Starr nearly had a double-double with 12 points and nine boards. The Black Panthers play Lennox on Friday in Platte.
Gregory (2-8): Coy Determan scored 17 points for the Gorillas. Evan Juracek recorded 14 points and nine rebounds, while Tommy Determan poured in 12 points. The Gorillas play Kimball/White Lake on Thursday in Kimball.
PG 14 25 38 55
G 10 21 35 52
Area girls basketball
Bridgewater-Emery 73, Bon Homme 47
EMERY-Bridgewater-Emery held Bon Homme to 16 second-half points as it rolled past the Cavaliers on Monday in girls basketball action.
Bridgewater-Emery (8-2): Abigal Arend led the Huskies with 21 points, though Julia Weber (16) and Kerrigan Schultz (13) both scored in double figures, too. Weber also grabbed six rebounds, while Schultz and Kennedee Weber both pulled down five. The Huskies play Kimball/White Lake today in Kimball.
Bon Homme (1-7): McKenzie Carson had a team-high 19 points and nine rebounds for the Cavaliers. Ciera Himes scored 11 and Jenae Alberts recorded eight rebounds and three assists. The Cavaliers travel to Parkston on Thursday.
BE 22 34 51 73
BH 16 31 40 47
SCW 60, Wolsey-Wessington 40
HURON-Sanborn Central/Woonsocket jumped out to a quick first-quarter lead and never let Wolsey-Wessington back in as it topped the Warbirds in a girls basketball game on Monday in the 281 Conference tournament.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (7-3): Megan Poyer scored a game-high 18 points for the Blackhawks. She also had nine rebounds, seven steals and four assists. Tesa Jensen added 16 points in the win. The Blackhawks play in the 281 Conference tournament on Thursday in Huron.
Wolsey-Wessington (4-4): Cortney Sprecher recorded 14 points and 11 rebounds for the Warbirds. Macie Luce added eight points and Raquel Nelson pulled down five rebounds. Chantel Haider added five assists and five steals. The Warbirds play in the 281 Conference tournament on Thursday in Huron.
SCW 14 34 48 60
WW 2 13 32 40
Wessington Springs 45, SBA 28
HURON-Wessington Springs picked up a girls basketball win in the 281 Conference tournament on Monday as it cruised past Sunshine Bible Academy.
Wessington Springs (2-10): Grace Gran paced the Spartans with 15 points, six rebounds and three steals. Piper Jones and Makayla Dornbusch added eight and six points, respectively. Dornbusch also led the team with nine rebounds, while Jones pulled down eight. The Spartans play in the 281 Conference tournament on Thursday in Huron.
Sunshine Bible Academy (2-7): Lindsey Wilken had a double-double with 14 points and 13 rebounds for the Crusaders. Beth Konechne added six points and 10 boards. The Crusaders play in the 281 Conference tournament on Thursday in Huron.
WS 10 21 33 45
SBA 11 13 19 28
MCM 68, Chester Area 41
CHESTER-McCook Central/Montrose stayed undefeated on Monday as it took down Chester Area in girls basketball action.
McCook Central/Montrose (9-0): Abigail Van Ruler had a game-high 23 points for the Fighting Cougars. Morgan Erikson also added 12 points and Madisen Koepsell grabbed 10 rebounds as MCM doubled up Chester on the glass, 40-20. The Fighting Cougars play Baltic today in Montrose.
Chester Area (5-5): Jennilee Hoyer scored 12 points for the Flyers. Makenna Larson added 10. The Flyers host Sioux Valley today.
MCM 16 38 57 68
C 8 18 34 41
Canistota 59, FAM 15
CANISTOTA-Canistota opened up a 24-point lead at halftime and only surrendered three points in the second half to pick up a road win against Freeman Academy/Marion on Monday in girls basketball action.
Canistota (6-5): Jordan Engbrecht scored 14 points, made five steals and grabbed four rebounds, while Skylar Bultje had a game-high 16 points in the win for Canistota. Harley Cormany also added eight assists. The Hawks play Hanson on Friday in Alexandria.
Freeman Academy/Marion (2-8): Odalite Pankratz had five points and Andrea Wollman had 11 rebounds in the loss. The Bearcats travel to Baltic on Thursday.
C 23 36 45 59
FAM 7 12 13 15
TDA 57, Colome 28
ARMOUR-Mattilyn Reiner filled the stat sheet as Tripp-Delmont/Armour blew past Colome on Tuesday.
Tripp-Delmont/Armour (8-2): Reiner had 21 points, 10 rebounds, five assists, two steals and two blocks in the win. Kianna Payer added 13 points and four steals, while Bailey Spaans had nine points and four steals.The Nighthawks travel to Mitchell Christian on Thursday.
Colome (3-7): Makayla Shippy had 14 points and four steals for Colome in defeat. The Cowgirls play in the Great Plains Conference tournament on Saturday in Yankton.
C 5 11 18 28
TDA 21 41 54 57