EMERY-Parker defeated Class B No. 4 Bridgewater-Emery 56-54 in a tight boys basketball game Friday. The Huskies trailed by 14 points early in the fourth quarter, but their rally fell short in the waning moments.
Parker (13-4): Camden Bialas led the Pheasants with 19 points and six rebounds. Jackson Fiegen added 12 points and nine rebounds, while Trey Christensen scored 11 points with eight rebounds. The Pheasants host Chester Area on Monday.
Bridgewater-Emery (15-4): Carter Dye notched a double-double with 16 points and 10 boards, while Sawyer Schultz also scored 16 points and Jamin Arend added 14. The Huskies finish the regular season against Class B No. 1 Viborg-Hurley today in Viborg.
P 12 31 43 56
BE 10 19 32 54
MVP 44, Parkston 43
MOUNT VERNON-Mount Vernon/Plankinton edged Parkston in boys basketball play Friday.
Mount Vernon/Plankinton (6-11): Nolan Sampson and Rylee Deinert netted 13 points apiece in the win, while Sampson pulled down seven rebounds. The Titans host Mitchell Christian today in Plankinton.
Parkston (8-10): Nathan Boettcher and Braden Bruening both hit 12 points in the loss, while Nate Doering notched a double-double 10 points and 16 rebounds. Boettcher tossed in six rebounds. The Trojans play Corsica-Stickney on Monday in Stickney.
P 11 17 25 43
MVP 13 21 34 44
Canistota 59, Colman-Egan 54
CANISTOTA-Canistota was able to fend off a fourth-quarter rally by Colman-Egan to pick up a win on Friday in boys basketball action.
Canistota (13-6): Isiah Robertson erupted for 23 points and five steals, while Tyce Ortman notched 11 points with five steals. Tristan Pierce finished with nine points and Trey Ortman tallied seven assists. The Hawks host Mitchell Christian on Friday.
Colman-Egan (12-6): Dalton Voelker drained 19 points with 10 rebounds for a double-double, while Nate Tolley netted 14 in the loss. The Hawks host Chester Area on Tuesday in Colman.
CE 15 28 40 54
C 17 36 50 59
Winner 70, Mobridge-Pollock 62
WINNER-Shea Connot paced Winner to a boys basketball win over Mobridge-Pollock on Friday.
Winner (13-4): Connot scored 18 points, grabbed four rebounds and dished out four assists for the Warriors. Brady Fritz finished with 17 points and Joren Bruun added 15 in the win. Brandon Volmer pulled down a team-high nine rebounds. The Warriors face Crow Creek on Monday in Stephan.
Mobridge-Pollock (10-8): Reese Cerney scored a team-high 19 points. Bryston Goehring scored 15 and Trace Cerney recorded 11 points and nine boards. The Tigers host Cheyenne-Eagle Butte on Monday in Mobridge.
MP 10 46 52 62
W 17 31 48 70
Ethan 68, TDA 55
ARMOUR-Ethan turned a one-point lead at the beginning of the third quarter into a 13-point win over Tripp-Delmont/Armour to end its regular season on Friday in boys basketball action.
Ethan (7-13): Brady Hawkins scored a game-high 29 points and grabbed seven rebounds, while Eric Gustafson added 13 points and seven boards. Evan Weeman had 11 points and eight assists. The Rustlers begin Region 4B play on Feb. 25.
Tripp-Delmont/Armour (7-10): Micah Lau had a team-high 26 points and Kasan Abedi had 11 in defeat. The Nighthawks play Alcester-Hudson in the Great Plains Classic today in Yankton.
E 21 38 49 68
TDA 14 33 48 55
West Central 52, MCM 48
SALEM-- West Central edged McCook Central/Montrose in prep boys basketball action Friday.
West Central (9-7): Micah Warrington led the Trojans with 12 points, while Jackson Miller and Derek Eidsness drained 10 points apiece. Eidsness added 14 boards for a double-double. The Trojans host Tri-Valley today.
McCook Central/Montrose (6-10): Rylee Klinkhammer tallied 13 points, while Trey Anderson and Koltan Lindstrom finished with 12 points apiece. Anderson added seven rebounds in the loss. The Fighting Cougars travel to Flandreau today.
WC 9 27 40 52
MCM 14 25 32 48
Beresford 54, Wagner 37
WAGNER-Beresford cruised past Wagner in boys basketball play on Friday.
Beresford (8-9): Jack Bickett tallied 12 points and five boards, while Jack Antonson totaled 10 points and five boards in the win. The Watchdogs host Garretson on Monday.
Wagner (6-13): Tysin Arpan netted 13 points with 10 rebounds for a double-double in the loss. Dustin Honomichl tossed in eight points and seven rebounds. The Red Raiders play Platte-Geddes on Tuesday in Platte.
B 14 29 40 54
W 11 20 30 37
Elkton-Lake Benton 67, Howard 54
ELKTON-Matthew Nibbe helped power Elkton-Lake Benton past Howard in prep boys basketball play Friday.
Elkton-Lake Benton (10-7): Nibbe led the scoring with 22 points, while Grant DeRuyter notched 18 and Billy Stuefen scored 14 in the win. and The Elks host Dell Rapids St. Mary today in Elkton.
Howard (6-13): Jace Stifore netted 17 points for Howard, while Jacob Brooks chipped in 16 and Tisyn Spader finished with eight in the loss. The Tigers face Dell Rapids St. Mary on Friday.
H 9 20 32 54
ELB 13 35 50 67
Bon Homme 62, Gregory 47
TYNDALL-Bon Homme had four players score in double figures as it took down Gregory in boys basketball play on Friday.
Bon Homme (12-7): Joey Slama notched 14 points, seven rebounds and three steals for the Cavaliers. Nate Scieszinski added 13 points, seven rebounds and seven assists in the win. Josh Schmidt and Christian Uecker recorded 12 and 11 points, respectively. The Cavaliers close out the regular season against Irene-Wakonda on Monday in Wakonda.
Gregory (5-14): Tommy Determan had a 23-point, 10-rebound double-double for the Gorillas. Grant Thomas added 14 points and Coy Determan finished with 10. The Gorillas host Rapid City Christian today.
G 10 23 36 47
BH 13 26 45 62
JVC 47, Wessington Springs 44
WESSINGTON SPRINGS-James Valley Christian got past Wessington Springs after being tied at the end of the third quarter of a boys basketball game Friday.
James Valley Christian (11-9): Josh Wieting tallied a game-high 16 points, while Braden Held grabbed 13 points and eight boards. Derek Thompson scored 11 in the win. The Vikings begin the Region 3B play on Feb. 25
Wessington Springs (12-6): Jacob Messmer put up a double-double 13 points and 14 boards, while Cooper Hainy notched 11 points with nine rebounds. Tyler Kole tossed in nine points in the loss. The Spartans play Sanborn Central/Woonsocket on Friday in Forestburg.
JVC 15 26 31 47
WS 11 25 31 44
Ethan 55, TDA 33
ARMOUR-Class B No. 1 Ethan ran by Tripp-Delmont/Armour in girls basketball action on Friday to finish the regular season undefeated.
Ethan (19-0): Karly Gustafson led the Rustlers with 16 points. Maddie Miiller added 11 points, while Cameryn Logan and Jessica Bartscher both scored 10. Bartscher also record four steals in the win. The Rustlers begin Region 4B action on Tuesday.
Tripp-Delmont/Armour (13-6): Mattilynn Reiner recorded 16 points, eight rebounds and three steals for the Nighthawks. Ashlee Gerber tallied five points and seven boards. The Nighthawks begin Region 6B play on Tuesday.
E 13 27 42 55
TDA 11 22 30 33
Wessington Springs 69, JVC 41
WESSINGTON SPRINGS-Grace Gran and Chasity Vissia combined for 39 points to lift Wessington Springs to a girls basketball victory over James Valley Christian Friday.
Wessington Springs (4-16): Gran and Vissia drained 20 and 19 points, respectively, while Piper Jones grabbed a double-double with 14 points and 10 boards. Makayla Dornbusch tallied 11 rebounds. Wessington Springs notched 71 percent of its free-throws and grabbed 39 rebounds as a team. The Spartans start Region 3B action on Monday.
James Valley Christian (6-14): Josalyn Wipf led JVC with 13 points in the loss. The Vikings begin Region 3B play on Monday.
JVC 10 20 31 41
WS 14 38 40 69
Winner 67, Mobridge-Pollock 27
WINNER-Class A No. 2 Winner held Mobridge-Pollock to 11 second-half points in its girls basketball win on Friday.
Winner (17-0): Bella Swedlund led the Warriors with 22 points, while Gabriel Kocer added 15 points and six boards. Morgan Hammerbeck finished with 14 points and Kalla Bertram added 10. The Warriors travel to Miller on Tuesday.
Mobridge-Pollock (5-13): Megan Zahn recorded a 10-point, 12-rebound double-double. Landyn Henderson scored seven points. The Tigers play Cheyenne-Eagle Butte on Tuesday in Eagle Butte.
MP 8 16 20 27
W 21 39 65 67
MCM 52, Parkston 43
PARKSTON-Class A No. 4 McCook Central/Montrose took down Parkston for a girls basketball win on Friday.
McCook Central/Montrose (16-2): Abigail Van Ruler paced the Fighting Cougars with 19 points and 10 rebounds. Madisen Koepsell added nine points and six boards in the win. Jacy Pulse finished with eight points. The Fighting Cougars travel to Flandreau today.
Parkston (10-9): Emma Yost finished with nine points and eight rebounds for the Trojans. Brielle Bruening and Tiah Holzbauer both scored seven. The Trojans host Parker on Thursday.
MCM 13 27 43 52
P 12 19 28 43
Freeman 65, Scotland 36
SCOTLAND-Josie Fuhrmann and Emily Miller combined for 38 points in Freeman's victory over Scotland in Friday night girls basketball action.
Freeman (16-4): Fuhrmann tallied 20 points and six rebounds in the win, while Miller totaled 18 points. The Flyers begin Region 5B action on Tuesday.
Scotland (8-11): Grace Fryda and Bella Vitek finished with nine points apiece, while Vitek added seven rebounds and Fryda pulled down five. The Highlanders start Region 6B play on Monday.
F 18 3 60 65
S 11 16 26 36
Bon Homme 58, Gayville-Volin 46
GAYVILLE-Bon Homme raced past Gayville-Volin in Friday night girls basketball action, thanks to two double-double performances.
Bon Homme (8-12): Jenae Alberts notched 21 points and 12 rebounds, while Kenzie Carson drained 13 points with 10 boards. Ciera Himes finished with seven assists. The Cavaliers start Region 5A play on Feb. 25.
Gayville-Volin (3-16): Molly Larson dropped 26 points for GV, while Sam Olson tossed in seven points. The Raiders begin Region 5B action on Monday.
BH 19 30 47 58
GV 12 22 32 46