Dell Rapids St. Mary took down Winner, 65-59, in boys basketball action on Saturday in the Sacred Hoops Classic at the Corn Palace.

Dell Rapids St. Mary (5-1): Connor Libis scored 30 points in the win. Ryan Eining and Weston Geraets each added eight points. The Cardinals play Estelline/Hendricks today in Estelline.

Winner (3-2): Brady Fritz scored a game-high 29 points for the Warriors. Joren Bruun added 14 points and Fred Whiting finished with seven points. Kameron Meiners also chipped in seven. The Warriors travel to Chamberlain on Tuesday.

DRSM 17 36 53 65

W 9 22 38 59

Pine Ridge 78, Parkston 58

Pine Ridge notched a boys basketball win over Parkston on Saturday in the Sacred Hoops Classic.

Pine Ridge (3-3): Shelby Steele finished with 20 points in the win. Charles Schrader added 11 points and Jordon Whirlwind Horse recorded 10 points. Mankato LeBeau added 10 points, as well. The Thorpes travel to Red Cloud on Thursday.

Parkston (3-1): Nathan Boettcher finished with 12 points, while Braden Bruening added 20 points. Nate Doering recorded 14 points, too. The Trojans host Hanson on Tuesday.

PR 23 51 62 78

P 11 27 44 58

Lower Brule 52, KWL 44

Lower Brule used a 20-point first quarter to power past Kimball/White Lake on Saturday in boys basketball action during the Sacred Hoops Classic at the Corn Palace.

Lower Brule (3-5): Baptiste Pourier scored a team-high 28 points in the win. He hit six 3s. Brian LaRoche Jr. added 13 points. The Sioux travel to Pine Ridge on Jan. 11.

Kimball/White Lake (2-3): Justin Becker scored 12 points for the WiLdKats. Rafe Kiehn added 13 points. The WiLdKats play Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Jan. 11 in Armour.

LB 20 36 48 52

KWL 9 24 30 44

MCM 48, Chester Area 33

CHESTER -- McCook Central/Montrose picked up its second boys basketball win of the season on Saturday, taking down Chester Area.

McCook Central/Montrose (2-3): Koltan Lindstrom scored 17 points. Collin Kolbek recorded an 11-point, 10-rebound double-double, along with three assists. The Fighting Cougars play in the Big East Conference tournament on Thursday in Volga.

Chester Area (0-7): Stratton Eppard finished with 11 points and four assists. Ryan Benson pulled down eight boards. The Flyers play in the Big East Conference tournament on Thursday in Volga.

MCM 20 31 36 48

CA 7 15 22 33

Platte-Geddes 58, MVP 36

PLANKINTON -- Platte-Geddes cruised past Mount Vernon/Plankinton for a boys basketball win on Saturday.

Platte-Geddes (3-1): Kelby Vanderwerff recorded team highs of 16 points and six rebounds. Brody Boltjes added 12 points and five rebounds. Weston VanderPol and Jackson Neuman each scored eight points in the win. The Black Panthers play Corsica-Stickney on Thursday in Platte.

Mount Vernon/Plankinton (2-4): Kolby Kayser scored 18 points on 6-for-13 shooting. Brady Anderson recorded eight points. The Titans travel to Lennox on Tuesday.

PG 15 40 50 58

MVP 11 22 34 36

Crow Creek 75, West Central 49

Crow Creek cruised past West Central on Saturday in boys basketball action at the Corn Palace during the Sacred Hoops Classic.

Crow Creek (6-1): Luke Wells scored a team-best 26 points in the win. Teron Sazue added 14 points on four 3-pointers, while Izaiah Sorace finished with 14 points. Trevin McBride also finished with 13 points. The Chieftains travel to McLaughlin on Friday.

West Central (2-3): Derek Eidsness scored 17 points, with all of his scoring coming in the second and third quarters. Hunter Hagerty added 13 points and Kasan Abedi finished with nine points. The Trojans play Central Lyon (Iowa) on Jan. 11.

CC 21 37 58 75

WC 7 22 41 49

Madison 72, Red Cloud 62

Madison topped 70 points, as it took down Red Cloud in boys basketball action on Saturday at the Corn Palace during the Sacred Hoops Classic.

Madison (4-1): Tyler Tappe finished with 18 points. Cody Brown scored 22 points in the win. Aspen Dahl added eight points. The Bulldogs host Tea Area on Friday.

Red Cloud (4-3): Riyen Carlow scored 15 points. Beau Donovan scored all of his 16 points after halftime, while Jarron Big Horn added 13 points. The Crusaders host Pine Ridge on Thursday.

M 18 34 47 72

RC 11 29 41 62

Area girls basketball

TDA 44, FAM 17

TRIPP -- Tripp-Delmont/Armour’s Kianna Payer scored her 1,000th career point, as the Nighthawks took down Freeman Academy/Marion on Saturday in girls basketball action.

Tripp-Delmont/Armour (1-2): Payer finished with 11 points and three steals. Megan Reiner added 16 points, six rebounds, three assists and two steals for the Nighthawks. Ashlee Gerber scored six points and Ally Bertram finished with 11 rebounds and three steals in the win. The Nighthawks play Bon Homme on Thursday in Tripp.

Freeman Academy/Marion (0-4): Jada Koerner scored eight points. Alivea Weber and Kristen Wieman each added four points. The Bearcats play Oldham-Ramona/Rutland on Tuesday in Marion.

FAM 6 6 11 17

TDA 10 19 37 44

Winner 57, Parkston 35

PARKSTON -- Winner built a 10-point halftime lead and never relinquished it against Parkston on Saturday in girls basketball action.

Winner (5-0): Morgan Hammerbeck scored 20 points and pulled down nine rebounds for the Warriors. Kalla Bertram scored 15 points in the win. The Warriors travel to Chamberlain on Tuesday.

Parkston (2-2): Emma Yost recorded nine points and eight rebounds for the Trojans. Sydney Wickersham added eight points. The Trojans host Hanson on Tuesday.

W 10 26 40 57

P 10 16 22 35

Lyman 45, Philip 35

PRESHO -- Lyman got back in the winning column on Saturday with a victory over Philip in girls basketball action.

Lyman (6-1): Maleighya Estes scored a team-high 20 points for the Raiders. Kayt Garnos added 13 points and eight rebounds. Skyler Volmer scored six points and Kacie Wagner grabbed 14 rebounds. The Raiders play Burke on Tuesday in Bonesteel.

Philip (3-2): Copper Lurz scored 11 points. Mallory Vetter added nine points. The Scotties host Kadoka Area on Tuesday.

Gregory 44, ACDC 32

Lake Andes -- Gregory held Andes Central/Dakota Christian to two first-quarter points in a girls basketball win on Saturday.

Gregory (3-2): Jessy Jo VanDerWerff scored a team-high 20 points to go with two assists. Brooklynn Kenzy added seven points. Gracie Kenzy grabbed five rebounds, while Sydney Svatos pulled down eight. The Gorillas host Lyman on Thursday.

Andes Central/Dakota Christian (4-1): Mackenzie Muckey finished with a 17-point, 11-rebound double-double. She also recorded five steals. Allison Muckey recorded seven points. Isabel Pheifer finished with 10 rebounds and six steals. The Thunder play Burke on Thursday in Lake Andes.

G 11 19 30 44

ACDC 2 12 17 32

MVP 56, Platte-Geddes 41

PLANKINTON -- Mount Vernon/Plankinton’s Katlyn Briggs scored her 1,000th career point in a win over Platte-Geddes on Saturday in girls basketball action.

Mount Vernon/Plankinton (3-2): Briggs finished with 20 points. Emilee Fox scored 23 points, six assists and six steals. The Titans travel to Lennox on Tuesday.

Platte-Geddes (0-5): Taryn Starr scored 10 points. Haley Hoffman chipped in six points. The Black Panthers play in the Pheasant Classic on Jan. 11 in Redfield.

PG 13 24 31 41

MVP 16 26 43 56

Wagner 44, Sioux Falls Christian 37

SIOUX FALLS -- Wagner held on to take down Sioux Falls Christian in girls basketball action on Saturday.

Wagner (1-3): Abby Brunsing scored a team-high 13 points for the Red Raiders, along with five rebounds, three assists and three steals. Kayli Kocer and Macy Koupal each added 11 points. Kocer also pulled down six rebounds and three steals. Deisha Medicine Horn finished with eight boards. The Red Raiders play Bon Homme on Friday in Tyndall.

Sioux Falls Christian (1-4): Maddie DeJong led the team with 10 points. She also had two steals. Lauren Tims finished with nine points and nine rebounds. Ellie Lems added eight points, while Maren Reu grabbed six rebounds. The Chargers travel to Canistota on Thursday.

KWL 55, St. Francis 39

Kimball/White Lake took down St. Francis in a girls basketball game at the Corn Palace during the Sacred Hoops Classic on Saturday.

Kimball/White Lake (5-0): Kennedy Leiferman scored 24 points in the win. Grace Konechne added 12 points and Alison Sinclair recorded 11 points. The WiLdKats travel to Colome on Thursday.

St. Francis (2-4): Jazlea Arcoren scored 15 points. Gracie Charging Hawk added 10 points and Paige McCloskey chipped in five. The Warriors host Bennett County on Tuesday.

KWL 12 28 42 55

SF 8 20 30 39

Crow Creek 56, West Central 54

Crow Creek held on to notch a girls basketball win over West Central on Saturday at the Corn Palace in the Sacred Hoops Classic.

Crow Creek (7-0): Kaylee Wells scored a team-high 26 points, which included her 1,000th career point. Haylee Langdeau added 13 points and Rozee Drapeau finished with eight points. The Chieftains play Chamberlain on Thursday in Stephan.

West Central (2-1): Addy Kramer scored 18 points, as she nailed four 3-pointers. Cheyanne Masterson scored 10 points and Cassidy Siemonsma finished with 14 points. The Trojans travel to Watertown on Tuesday.

CC 18 31 46 56

WC 13 28 45 54

Red Cloud 57, Vermillion 43

Red Cloud picked up a girls basketball win on Saturday over Vermillion in the Sacred Hoops Classic.

Red Cloud (6-1): Sharissa Haas recorded 15 points in the win. Stevi Fallis chipped in 12 points, while Angelina LeBeau finished with 11 points. The Crusaders host Pine Ridge on Tuesday.

Vermillion (1-3): Lexi Plitzuweit finished with 14 points. Lexi Saunders added 11 points and Cami Regnerus recorded eight points. The Tanagers host Tri-Valley on Thursday.

RC 18 38 53 57

V 9 27 34 43

Madison 71, Pine Ridge 50

Madison cruised past Pine Ridge in the Sacred Hoops Classic on Saturday at the Corn Palace.

Madison (2-3): Kendra Leighton finished with 24 points. Lexie Roemen added eight points and Zoey Gerry finished with 16 points. The Bulldogs host Arlington on Tuesday.

Pine Ridge (4-3): Shaylia Bravo scored 11 points and Bree Belt finished with eight points. The Thorpes travel to Red Cloud on Thursday.

M 17 29 47 71

PR 10 24 39 50