Three players scored in double figures to power Parker to a 69-59 boys basketball win over Rapid City Christian at the Hanson Classic on Saturday.
Camden Bialas led the Pheasants with 22 points and seven rebounds. Trey Christensen finished with 16 points and five boards. Jackson Fiegen added 10 points and six rebounds.
Sam Schlabach led the Comets with 17 points and seven rebounds. Levi Vanden Bos chipped in with 16 points and David Schmagel added nine points.
RCC 10 32 43 59
P 17 37 53 69
Irene-Wakonda 57, Castlewood 55
Trey King converted a 3-point play with 12 seconds left to propel Irene-Wakonda to a boys basketball win over Castlewood at the Hanson Classic on Saturday.
King finished with 28 points, five rebounds and five steals. He nailed three 3-pointers. Levi Larson added 12 points, while Jacob Jensen had 10 points and went 5 of 5 from the field.
Kaden Eng led the Warriors with 21 points and nine boards, while Garrett Kerkvliet had 11 points and five rebounds. Brandon Benike registered nine points, 16 rebounds and six assists.
IW 20 30 47 57
C 16 27 44 55
Flandreau 53, Leola-Frederick 45
Connor LeBrun tossed in 26 points to power Flandreau to a boys basketball win over Leola-Frederick at the Hanson Classic on Saturday.
LeBrun also recorded six rebounds and also hit three 3-pointers. Tash Lunday logged 16 points and 17 rebounds for the Fliers.
Isaac Sumption led the Titans with 16 points and Haydn Podoll added nine points.
F 13 23 37 53
LF 8 15 26 45
Tea Area 58, St. Thomas More 54
Class A No. 3 St. Thomas More couldn't overcome a two-point first quarter as No. 1 Tea Area held on for a boys basketball win in the Hanson Classic on Saturday.
Noah Freidel had a double-double of 20 points and 13 rebounds for the Titans, while Justin Hohn added eight points and seven rebounds. Kaleb Joffer also scored 14 points and pulled down six boards in the win.
For the Cavaliers, Ryder Kirsch led all scorers with 23 points and 15 rebounds. Caden Casey (11) and Michael Gylten (10) both scored in double figures, too.
T 15 30 42 58
STM 2 24 46 54
Aberdeen Roncalli 82, Sioux Valley 81
Aberdeen Roncalli had five players score in double figures as it escaped with a one-point boys basketball win over Sioux Valley at the Hanson Classic on Saturday.
Brady Morgan had a team-high 19 points for the Cavaliers. Max Reede (18), Grayden Imbery (16), Isaac VanOrman (10) and Salesi Mounga (10) all reached double-figures, as well. Imbery and Brandon Fauth led the team with six rebounds apiece and Reede dished out a team-best six assists.
Sioux Valley's Max Nielson poured in a game-high 34 points, while Ryan Schuster added 23 and Oliver Vincent finished with 12. Schuster also grabbed five rebounds.
AR 22 41 58 82
SV 16 45 59 81
Viborg-Hurley 71, Aberdeen Christian 60
Three players scored in double figures to lead Viborg-Hurley to a boys basketball victory over Aberdeen Christian on Saturday at the Hanson Classic.
Brodee Sherman led the Cougars with 26 points and five assists. Shane Anderson chipped in with 14 points, while Chase Mason finished with 26 points and five assists.
Jackson Becker led Christian with 22 points and eight rebounds. He also scored his 1,000th career point. Andrew Rohrbach and Nehemiah Becker both scored 11 points apiece.
VH 21 37 58 71
AC 13 38 50 60
Clark/Willow Lake 62, Timber Lake 41
A 21-5 second quarter by Class B No. 2 Clark/Willow Lake lifted the Cyclones to a boys basketball win over No. 4 Timber Lake on Saturday at the Hanson Classic.
Jacob Prouty and Stone Burke both netted 21 points in the win. Burke added 11 boards and Prouty dished out six assists. Micah Burke finished with 15 points and 13 boards. CWL finished with 35 rebounds, compared to Timber Lake's 26.
Isaac Kraft finished with 15 points. Tucker Kraft added 10 points and six rebounds. Brayden PayPay scored seven.
TL 15 20 33 41
CWL 16 37 48 62
Area boys basketball
Highmore-Harrold 55, MCM 46
SALEM-McCook Central/Montrose was held to 15 second-half points as it fell to Highmore-Harrold in a boys basketball game on Saturday.
Highmore-Harrold (8-4): Treymaine Eagle Thunder-Alger scored a team-high 15 points, while Jharett Bloomenrader added 13 points and 12 rebounds for the Pirates. Remington Paynter finished with 10 points and seven rebounds in the win. The Pirates play James Valley Christian on Tuesday in Huron.
McCook Central/Montrose (3-8): Trey Anderson had 12 points and six rebounds for the Fighting Cougars. Koltan Lindstrom added nine points and six rebounds, while Collin Kolbeck finished with eight points and seven boards. The Fighting Cougars play Freeman on Tuesday in Montrose.
HH 19 32 43 55
MCM 13 31 35 46
Gregory 51, ACDC 49
GREGORY-Coy Determan's 21 points helped Gregory hold on for a boys basketball victory over Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Saturday.
Gregory (3-9): Determan also added eight rebounds, four assists and four steals. Tommy Determan finished with 15 points and seven boards. Gregory shot 57.1 percent from the field in the win. The Gorillas travel to Avon on Thursday.
Andes Central/Dakota Christian (3-6): Daaron Tronvold had a game-high 28 points for the Thunder. Cliff Johnson added 11 points and 10 rebounds as the Thunder shot 46 percent from the field. The Thunder travel to Wessington Springs on Tuesday.
G 12 24 36 51
ACDC 14 20 35 49
Area girls basketball
Avon 45, Corsica-Stickney 30
YANKTON-Avon handed Class B No. 2 Corsica-Stickney its first girls basketball loss of the season as the Pirates took home the Great Plains Conference tournament title on Saturday.
Avon (7-5): Lauren Sees finished with 18 points and seven rebounds, while Tiffany Pelton added 12 points and five boards for the Pirates. Shalayne Nagel grabbed nine rebounds in the win. The Pirates host Burke on Tuesday.
Corsica-Stickney (10-1): Courtney Menning was the only Jaguar to score in double figures as she scored 12 points and pulled down six boards. Avery Broughton finished with eight points and 10 rebounds. The Jaguars travel to Marty on Tuesday.
A 14 24 39 45
CS 7 13 21 30
Marty 56, FAM 34
YANKTON-Two players scored in double figures to pace Marty to a girls basketball win over Freeman Academy/Marion at the Great Plains Conference tournament on Saturday.
Marty (4-7): Audra Iron Elk scored 17 points and collected 10 rebounds. Julianna Standing Cloud scored 14 points. The Braves outrebounded the Bearcats, 34-25. The Braves host Corsica-Stickney on Tuesday.
FAM (2-10): Destini Miller scored 10 points for the Bearcats. Andrea Wollman netted nine points and had four rebounds. The Bearcats host Bridgewater-Emery on Monday in Marion.
FAM 8 14 24 34
M 11 29 44 56
Colome 47, Centerville 23
YANKTON-Colome outscored Centerville 18-3 in the second quarter and downed the Tornadoes at the Great Plains Conference tournament on Saturday.
Colome (4-7): Makayla Shippy scored nine points and collected four rebounds. Kaydee Heath finished with eight points and seven of Colome's 52 rebounds. Colome hosts White River on Thursday.
Centerville (2-8): Lillie Eide finished with nine points. The Tornadoes host Flandreau Indian on Monday.
CE 5 8 16 23
CO 6 24 30 47
TDA 52, Alcester-Hudson 33
YANKTON-Tripp-Delmont/Armour used a 17-point first quarter to get an early lead en route to a win over Alcester-Hudson in girls basketball action on Saturday at the Great Plains Conference tournament.
Tripp-Delmont/Armour (10-2): Mattilynn Reiner stuffed the stat sheet for the Nighthawks, finishing with 18 points, seven assists, six rebounds and two steals. Ashlee Gerber added 14 points and Kianna Payer scored 11, too. Gerber led the team with seven rebounds in the win. The Nighthawks travel to Burke on Friday.
Alcester-Hudson (3-8): Kendra Jensen recorded 16 points and eight rebounds for the Cubs. Elizabeth Hallaway added six points. The Cubs travel to Scotland today.
TDA 17 30 40 52
AH 7 16 22 33
Burke 53, Gayville-Volin 47
YANKTON-Burke used an 11-point advantage in the third quarter to top Gayville-Volin in a girls basketball game on Saturday at the Great Plains Conference tournament.
Burke (6-6): Taylee Indahl led the Cougars with 19 points, while also grabbing nine rebounds. Sally Hakin also scored 13 points, while Lahna Matucha grabbed 10 rebounds in the win. The Cougars travel to Avon on Tuesday.
Gayville-Volin (1-10): Molly Larson (13) and Sally Quatier (10) both scored in double figures for the Raiders. Quatier also added eight rebounds. The Raiders travel to Menno on Tuesday.
B 11 24 40 53
GV 12 23 28 47
ACDC 44, Scotland 33
YANKTON-Andes Central/Dakota Christian shot 43.8 percent from the field to help it top Scotland in a girls basketball game on Saturday at the Great Plains Conference tournament.
Andes Central/Dakota Christian (9-3): Tyra Medicine Horn led the Thunder with 14 points. Brianna Deurmier added 12 points and Mackenzie Muckey finished with 10. Isabel Pheifer grabbed a team-high five rebounds. The Thunder travel to Wessington Springs on Tuesday.
Scotland (4-6): Issabela Vitek had a double-double of 18 points and 11 rebounds for the Highlanders. Kennedy Bietz dished out a game-high seven assists. The Highlanders host Alcester-Hudson today.
ACDC 14 25 36 44
S 9 11 24 33
Bon Homme 51, Jones County 20
PRESHO-Ciera Himes and Janae Alberts both recorded double-doubles to power Bon Homme to a girls basketball win over Jones County on Saturday at the Lyman Classic.
Bon Homme (2-8): Ciera Himes finished with 18 points and 13 rebounds. Janae Alberts logged 11 points and 18 boards. Kenzie Carson added nine points and 12 rebounds. The Cavaliers host Kimball/White Lake on Tuesday in Tyndall.
Jones County (0-10): Jadyn Jensen finished with 12 points. The Coyotes play at Kadoka Area on Thursday.
BH 13 27 40 51
JC 10 14 18 20
Freeman 50, Menno 30
FREEMAN-The Freeman Flyers made five 3-pointers to help it top Menno for a girls basketball victory on Saturday.
Freeman (8-2): Dayna Roth stuffed the stat sheet for 13 points, four rebounds, three assists and two steals for the Flyers. Josie Fuhrmann added 11 points, four rebounds and four steals, while Jaimie Glanzer scored 10 in the win. The Flyers host Canistota on Thursday.
Menno (7-5): Morgan Edelman had a double-double with 16 points and 13 rebounds. The Wolves host Gayville-Volin on Tuesday.
F 11 25 36 50
M 7 12 18 30