Area basketball roundup: Hanson girls edge MVP
ALEXANDRIA—Hanson sneaked past Mount Vernon/Plankinton 39-34 in a girls basketball game on Thursday.
Hanson (8-6): Morgan Huber notched 13 points in the win, while Ellie Tuschen scored nine. Mekiah Campbell grabbed eight rebounds and five blocks. The Beavers travel to Tea Area today.
Mount Vernon/Plankinton (8-4): Mikaela Cassidy finished with nine points and six rebounds for MVP, while Hailey Walz scored eight. Katlyn Briggs totaled six rebounds and five steals in the loss. The Titans travel to Chamberlain today.
MVP 10 16 26 34
H 13 19 28 39
Corsica-Stickney 60, SCW 28
CORSICA—Class B No. 4 Corsica-Stickney rolled past Sanborn Central/Woonsocket thanks to a 20-4 second quarter in prep girls basketball action Thursday.
Corsica-Stickney (13-1): Avery Broughton racked up 22 points, 14 rebounds, four blocks and three steals. Rachel Gerlach tallied 13 points in the win, while Courtney Menning notched seven points, five rebounds, nine assists and four steals, and Raven Barse tossed in six points. The Jaguars travel to Scotland today.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (9-6): The Blackhawks were led by Tesa Jensen's 12 points, while Megan Poyer chipped in six points and eight rebounds. Madi Moody also scored six points in the loss. The Blackhawks play Wolsey-Wessington in Forestburg on Saturday.
SCW 8 12 24 28
CS 13 33 44 60
ACDC 43, Wagner 32
WAGNER—Double-double performances by Brianna Deurmier and Isabel Pheifer helped lift Andes Central/Dakota Christian over Wagner in girls basketball action Thursday.
Andes Central/Dakota Christian (11-4): Deurmier notched 13 points and 10 rebounds, while Pheifer tallied 11 points and 10 rebounds. Tyra Medicine Horn added four steals and four assists in the win. The Thunder travel to Marty on Tuesday.
Wagner (3-9): Kayli Kocer put up 11 points and eight rebounds for the Red Raiders, while Abby Brunsing scored eight points in the loss. Maesa Dvorak grabbed 11 rebounds. The Red Raiders travel to Avon on Saturday.
ACDC 9 16 25 43
W 9 16 24 32
Parker 60, Canistota 53
CANISTOTA—Raelin Jurgens' 28 points propelled Parker to victory over Canistota in a girls basketball game Thursday.
Parker (6-7): Grace Leberman tossed in nine points and 12 boards for Parker, while Hannah Even added seven points and six rebounds. The Pheasants host Bon Homme on Monday.
Canistota (7-9): Harley Cormany led the Hawks with 21 points, while Jordan Engbrecht notched 14 points in the loss. Cormany and Engbrecht pulled down five rebounds apiece. The Hawks host Howard today.
P 16 36 54 60
C 13 22 37 53
Avon 56, Bon Homme 26
TYNDALL—Avon cruised past Bon Homme in prep girls basketball play on Thursday.
Avon (10-5): Lauren Sees and Shalayne Nagel finished with 24 points apiece for Avon. Nagel tossed in 13 rebounds, while Tori Schryvers grabbed five. The Pirates host Wagner on Saturday.
Bon Homme (5-9): Jenae Alberts tallied 11 points in the loss. Kenzie Carson grabbed five boards and four assists and Ciera Himes tallied five rebounds. The Cavaliers travel to Parker on Monday.
A 15 37 50 56
BH 3 16 22 26
Scotland 48, Platte-Geddes 39
PLATTE—Grace Fryda and Issabela Vitek led Scotland past Platte-Geddes in girls basketball action Thursday.
Scotland (7-6): Fryda dropped 20 points, while Vitek put up a double-double 18 points and 18 rebounds. Fryda tacked on seven assists in the win. The Highlanders host Corsica-Stickney today.
Platte-Geddes (3-11): Dominique Girton and Maddi Miller tallied 10 points apiece, while Tori Weins, Cadence Van Zee and Girton grabbed seven boards apiece. Miller added four assists and three steals in the loss. The Black Panthers play Miller on Saturday in Platte.
S 14 23 38 48
PG 4 14 19 39
Area boys basketball
Vermillion 76, Bridgewater-Emery 71
EMERY—Vermillion edged Class B No. 3 Bridgewater-Emery in prep boys basketball action on Friday.
Vermillion (9-5): Jakob Dobney hit 22 points for the Tanagers, while Sam Ward scored 18. Max Mayer tallied 12 points and six rebounds and Dillon Gestring added 10 points and six rebounds. The Tanagers host Dakota Valley on Tuesday.
Bridgewater-Emery (11-3): Sawyer Schultz dropped 33 points with six rebounds for BE, while Jamin Arend added 20 points and Carter Dye scored 16 points with nine boards in the loss. The Huskies play Gayville-Volin today in Gayville.
V 16 42 62 76
BE 21 35 43 71
Corsica-Stickney 58, SCW 42
CORSICA-- Corsica-Stickney outrebounded Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 30-24 in prep boys basketball action Thursday.
Corsica-Stickney (9-3): Trever Burke finished with 16 points and six rebounds, while Cooper Delange scored 14 points and Jaden Barse notched 11. The Jaguars play Warner on Saturday at the Pentagon Classic in Sioux Falls.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (8-6): Noah Dickson tallied 15 points and 12 rebounds, while Sawyer Senska totaled 10 points and four rebounds. SCW racked up 24 rebounds as a team and shot 81 percent from the free-throw line. The Blackhawks play Wolsey-Wessington in Forestburg on Saturday.
SCW 12 21 30 42
CS 20 29 42 58
Hanson 77, Centerville 55
ALEXANDRIA—Leading by four at halftime, Hanson scored 44 points in the second half to pull away from Centerville on Thursday in boys basketball action.
Hanson (11-3): Hayden Bahmuller (14 points and 11 rebounds) and Riley Ferry (11 points and 12 rebounds) posted double-doubles, while Reggie Slaba scored 16 points and dished out six assists. Payden Haiar also added 16 points. The Beavers travel to Wagner today.
Centerville (1-11): Hunter Ellis scored a game-high 19 points and Hayden Ellis added 18 in defeat. The Tornadoes travel to Canton on Monday.
C 12 29 38 55
H 17 33 55 77
Platte-Geddes 60, Kimball/White Lake 39
KIMBALL—Three Black Panthers hit double figures to power Platte-Geddes to a boys basketball victory over Kimball/White Lake on Thursday.
Platte-Geddes (5-6): Kelby VanDerWerff led P-G with a game-high 17 points, while Hayden Stluka and Kade Starr tacked on 11 points apiece. The Black Panthers play Miller on Saturday in Platte.
Kimball/White Lake (10-4): Justin Becker tallied 14 points and four rebounds, while Nolan Kirsch tossed in seven points. Kordel Kiehn notched six points and eight boards, and Javen Holan added five assists and five steals in the loss. The WiLdKats play Ethan in Kimball today.
PG 13 22 35 60
KWL 8 19 29 39
Ethan 50, Scotland 25
SCOTLAND—Ethan routed Scotland in prep boys basketball play on Thursday.
Ethan (6-9): Brady Hawkins tallied 16 points and 10 rebounds for a double-double, while Kaden Kumb notched 12 points and four boards. Eric Gustafson tossed in 10 points and nine boards. The Rustlers play Kimball/White Lake in Kimball today.
Scotland (2-13): Tim Mogck led Scotland with 10 points. The Highlanders travel to Parkston on Tuesday.
E 9 26 40 50
S 2 7 14 25
ACDC 73, Wagner 56
WAGNER—Andes Central/Dakota Christian led Wagner by 13 points at the end of the first quarter and never looked back in a boys basketball win on Thursday.
Andes Central/Dakota Christian (7-7): Cliff Johnson scored 18 points and pulled down 14 rebounds, while Daaron Tronvold added 14 points and five steals. Jaeson Garcia chipped in 11 points and Parker Vander Pol and Emilio Cournoyer had 10 points apiece. The Thunder travel to Colome today.
Wagner (2-9): Toby Zephier scored a team-high 17 points, while Tysin Arpan tossed up 13 points and grabbed six rebounds. The Red Raiders host Hanson today.
ACDC 20 32 56 73
W 7 29 41 56
Canistota 60, Parker 50
CANISTOTA—Four Hawks hit double figures to lift Canistota over Parker in boys basketball action Thursday.
Canistota (9-4): Trey Ortman notched 12 rebounds, three assists and three blocks in the win, while Tyce Ortman scored 17 points and Chase Merrill added 14 points and seven rebounds. Tristan Pierce and Jared Tieszen tossed in 11 and 10 points, respectively. The Hawks play Viborg-Hurley in Hurley on Monday.
Parker (9-3): Carter Robertson tallied 12 points, while Reece Peters scored nine. Camden Bialas totaled eight rebounds and five blocks in the loss. The Pheasants host Bon Homme on Tuesday.
P 12 25 29 50
C 15 30 42 60