KIMBALL -- Kimball/White Lake outscored Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 10-2 in overtime and picked up a 54-46 girls basketball victory on Tuesday.
Kimball/White Lake (7-1): Grace Konechne finished with 20 points, 12 rebounds and five steals. Kennedy Leiferman recorded 19 points, 14 rebounds and five steals. The WiLdKats play Gregory on Thursday in Kimball.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (3-4): Trinity Boschee added 12 points. Brooke Doering chipped in eight points and nine rebounds. The Blackhawks play in the 281 Conference tournament on Friday in Wolsey.
SCW\u000910 17 32 44 46
KWL\u00097 17 24 44 54
Hanson 46, MCM 35
ALEXANDRIA -- Hanson handed Class A No. 4 McCook Central/Montrose its first defeat of the season in girls basketball action on Tuesday.
Hanson (5-2): Morgan Huber tossed in 20 points, while Mekiah Campbell scored 11 points and collected four rebounds. Elizabeth Arend added 10 points and five rebounds. The Beavers travel to Parkston on Thursday.
McCook Central/Montrose (5-1): Jacy Pulse and Madisen Koepsell finished with 11 points apiece. Koepsell collected 11 boards. Ashtyn Wobig scored nine points. The Fighting Cougars play Sioux Valley on Thursday in Volga.
MCM 8 17 26 35
H 16 30 36 46
Wagner 60, Gregory 38
GREGORY -- Wagner scored at least 17 points in each of the final three quarters, as the Red Raiders took down Gregory in girls basketball action on Tuesday.
Wagner (3-4): Kayli Kocer recorded an 18-point, 13-rebound double-double. Macy Koupal finished with 13 points and nine rebounds, while Abby Brunsing added 11 points. Lizzie Tyler dished out six assists and Eve Zephier recorded five steals. The Red Raiders host Parkston on Thursday.
Gregory (3-5): Mya Determan scored 14 points. Sydney Svatos added seven points and Gracie Kenzy finished with eight rebounds. Jessy VanDerWerff dished out five assists. The Gorillas play Kimball/White Lake on Thursday in Kimball.
W 7 25 43 69
G 12 17 25 38
De Smet 46, Howard 43
HOWARD -- Class B No. 2 De Smet used a strong first quarter to get past Howard in girls basketball action on Tuesday.
De Smet (8-0): Kennadi Buchholz recorded 13 points and six rebounds, while Autumn Wilkinson added 16 points. Mackenzie Zell finished with seven points and a team-high nine rebounds. The Bulldogs play Colman-Egan on Thursday in Colman.
Howard (6-2): Hilary Albrecht poured in 27 points and 10 rebounds for the Tigers. Kenedy Koepsell added five points and Kate Connor grabbed six rebounds.
DS 12 21 38 46
H 2 17 26 43
Winner 66, Valentine (Neb.) 29
WINNER -- Class A No. 1 Winner picked up a girls basketball win over Valentine (Nebraska) on Tuesday.
Winner (9-0): Bella Swedlund led the Warriors with 23 points and six assists, while Maggie LaCompte tossed in 12 points. Kalla Bertram scored 11 points and Morgan Hammerbeck finished with 10 points. The Warriors play Lennox in the Hanson Classic on Saturday at the Corn Palace.
Valentine (Neb.): Allison Hitchcock scored 11 points.
V 7 12 24 29
W 15 40 64 66
Scotland 51, Centerville 32
SCOTLAND -- Scotland picked up its fifth girls basketball win of the season by defeating Centerville on Tuesday.
Scotland (5-1): Grace Fryda finished with 14 points and six rebounds. Issabela Vitek added 16 points and eight rebounds, while Audrey Sayler grabbed seven boards. Ashton Simantel recorded four assists and three steals. The Highlanders travel to Avon on Thursday.
Centerville (2-4): Haley Meyer recorded 13 points and three rebounds. Thea Gust recorded 12 points, six boards and two steals. The Tornadoes host Irene-Wakonda on Thursday.
C 9 14 21 32
S 12 28 43 51
Ethan 63, Bridgewater-Emery 35
ETHAN -- Class B No. 3 Ethan allowed 12 points in the second half to take down Bridgewater-Emery on Tuesday.
Ethan (7-0): Cameryn Logan scored a game-high 24 points, while Hannah Bartscher added 15 points and four rebounds. Maddie Miiller also made six steals. The Rustlers play Faulkton Area on Saturday at the Corn Palace in the Hanson Classic.
Bridgewater-Emery (3-4): Julia Weber had 19 points, while Kerrigan Schultz had 12 points and nine rebounds. The Huskies play Menno on Thursday in Emery.
BE 12 23 28 35
E 22 38 48 63
MVP 54, Wessington Springs 33
PLANKINTON -- Mount Vernon/Plankinton defended its home court with a girls basketball win over Wessington Springs on Tuesday.
Mount Vernon/Plankinton (5-3): Emilee Fox finished with 17 points, five assists and four rebounds. Dacey Rihanek added 11 points and six rebounds. Katlyn Briggs finished with 10 points and nine boards. Maria Baker recorded nine points and four rebounds. The Titans play Redfield on Jan. 21 in Mount Vernon.
Wessington Springs (2-7): Grace Gran, Chloe Munsen and Angie Paulson all scored six points. The Spartans play in the 281 Conference tournament on Friday in Wolsey.
Chamberlain 58, Wall 46
CHAMBERLAIN -- Chamberlain notched a double-digit girls basketball win over Wall on Tuesday.
Chamberlain (2-4): Mya Knippling had 13 points, 15 rebounds and three blocks in the win. Hannah Anderson added 18 points and 10 boards for the Cubs. Caycee Guinn scored 12 points.
Wall (4-4): Ava Dinger scored a team-high 16 points. Searra-Sioux Deutscher and Keaunna Poor Bear each scored eight points.
W 9 20 33 46
C 13 29 55 58
Menno 53, Canistota 29
CANISTOTA -- Menno improved to above .500 with a girls basketball win over Canistota on Tuesday.
Menno (4-3): Morgan Edelman finished with 20 points, 10 rebounds and eight steals for the Wolves. Paityn Huber added 14 points and Jesse Munkvold scored 12 points to go with four steals. The Wolves play Bridgewater-Emery on Thursday in Emery.
Canistota (1-6): Skylar Bultje scored a team-high nine points. McKenzy Krinke added seven points, six rebounds and three steals. Alexia Tieszen recorded four steals and Natalie Becker grabbed seven rebounds. The Hawks travel to Centerville on Saturday.
M 9 23 37 53
C 12 22 29 29
TDA 34, ACDC 32
TRIPP -- Tripp-Delmont/Armour squeaked out a two-point win over Andes Central/Dakota Christian in girls basketball action on Tuesday.
Tripp-Delmont/Armour (4-2): Kianna Payer finished with 13 points, six rebounds and three steals. Ashlee Gerber added 10 points and 10 rebounds. The Nighthawks play Platte-Geddes on Friday in Armour.
Andes Central/Dakota Christian (4-4): Mackenzie Muckey scored 14 points. Lexie VanderPol chipped in nine points. The Thunder travel to Mitchell Christian on Thursday.
ACDC 4 15 25 32
TDA 12 18 25 34
Jones County 44, Colome 36
COLOME -- Jones County earned a road victory on Tuesday, taking down Colome in girls basketball action.
Jones County (3-4): Jadyn Jensen finished with 20 points, seven rebounds and three steals. Emily Jacobs added 10 points, while Mallory Valburg finished with nine rebounds, six assists, four blocks and three steals. Emmalyn Hunt had three steals. The Coyotes travel to Mitchell Christian on Jan. 20.
Colome (2-5): Makayla Shippy recorded 13 points. Saydee Heath added nine points and five rebounds. Elizabeth Yeaman added seven rebounds and Jordyn Ring recorded two steals. The Cowgirls play Burke on Thursday in Bonesteel.
JC 10 24 37 44
C 11 20 28 36
Area boys basketball
MCM 59, Beresford 48
MONTROSE -- McCook Central/Montrose scored 35 points after halftime to take down Beresford in a boys basketball game on Tuesday.
McCook Central/Montrose (4-5): Collin Kolbeck finished with a 10-point, 11-rebound double-double for the Fighting Cougars. Gavin Gordon led the team with 13 points. Koltan Lindstrom added 11 points and five rebounds. The Fighting Cougars play Sioux Valley on Friday in Salem.
Beresford (1-8): Tate Van Otterloo scored 11 points. Jack Bickett added nine points, while Isaiah Richards recorded seven points and five rebounds. The Watchdogs host Tri-Valley on Friday.
B 17 22 34 48
MCM 10 24 42 59
Winner 74, Valentine (Neb.) 57
WINNER -- Winner took down Valentine (Neb.) on Tuesday in boys basketball action.
Winner (6-2): Brady Fritz had a massive 29-point, 12-rebound double-double for the Warriors. Joren Bruun added 20 points, six rebounds, four assists and two blocks. Fred Whiting scored seven points and five rebounds. The Warriors host Tri-Valley on Saturday.
Valentine (Neb.): Grant Fischer and Jacob Dorian each scored 13 points Fischer grabbed seven rebounds and Dorian added six boards.
V 10 30 41 57
W 16 38 52 74
FAM 66, Avon 43
MARION -- Freeman Academy/Marion remained undefeated on the season with a boys basketball victory over Avon on Tuesday.
Freeman Academy/Marion (8-0): Quincy Blue finished with 22 points, six rebounds and four assists. Gavin Pankratz added 19 points, eight steals and five rebounds. Thalen Schroeder tossed in 10 points and Payton Arbach collected six rebounds. The Bearcats travel to Flandreau Indian on Thursday.
Avon (2-5): Logan Schuurmans recorded 19 points and nine rebounds. Lincoln Thury had seven points and five steals. Ashton Frank grabbed eight boards. The Pirates host Scotland on Thursday.
FAM 19 36 48 66
A 6 19 34 43
Ethan 74, Bridgewater-Emery 70
ETHAN -- Ethan held off Bridgewater-Emery’s fourth-quarter rally to pick up a boys basketball win on Tuesday.
Ethan (5-3): Brady Hawkins scored a team-high 24 points. Kaden Klumb scored 16 points and Riley Endres added 14 points. Jay Storm chipped in 12 points. The Rustlers host Canistota on Friday.
Bridgewater-Emery (5-6): Chase Arend scored a game-best 32 points to go with eight rebounds and eight steals. Tyler Kjetland added 18 points. The Huskies play Howard on Jan. 23 in Emery.
BE 15 32 42 70
E 19 40 60 74
De Smet 52, Howard 48
HOWARD -- Class B No. 2 De Smet edged Howard in a tightly-contested boys basketball game on Tuesday.
De Smet (6-1): Kalen Garry finished with 23 points, while Tory Holland scored 11 points. Rett Osthus and Cody Cavanaugh finished with eight and seven points, respectively. The Bulldogs play Colman-Egan on Friday in Colman.
Howard (7-1): Jake Brooks scored 24 points and Sam Aslesen scored eight points. Colton Spader finished with six points. The Tigers travel to Baltic on Friday.
D 9 26 40 52
H 14 25 35 48
Parker 74, Freeman 34
FREEMAN -- Parker took down Freeman for a double-digit boys basketball win on Tuesday.
Parker (8-2): Carter Robertson finished with 22 points and seven rebounds. Kaden Pesicka added 20 points and Matt Van Vliet scored 15 points. Davin Fuller grabbed six rebounds and Cole Jurgens added four steals. The Pheasants host Hanson on Thursday.
Freeman (0-8): Bradey Kaufman scored 13 points. Micah Swensen scored 11 points and Blake Rumelhart grabbed four rebounds. The Flyers host Bon Homme on Thursday.
P 17 38 59 74
F 11 20 30 34
Gregory 63, Wagner 33
GREGORY -- Gregory notched its sixth boys basketball win of the season with a victory over Wagner on Tuesday.
Gregory (6-3): Daniel Mitchell scored a team-high 25 points. Tommy Determan added 19 points and Coy Determan scored 10 points. Bryan Eagle Star grabbed 12 rebounds. The Gorillas play Burke on Friday in Bonesteel.
Wagner (1-5): Nolan Karda scored 17 points. The Red Raiders host Parkston on Thursday.
W 10 23 26 33
G 21 37 51 63
KWL 44, SCW 42
KIMBALL -- Kimball/White Lake built a 13-point halftime lead and held off Sanborn Central/Woonsocket in boys basketball action on Tuesday.
Kimball/White Lake (3-4): Bennett Namanny finished with 16 points and three assists. Justin Becker added 10 points and 15 rebounds. Rafe Kiehn scored nine points. Brady Westendorf added five rebounds and four assists. The WiLdKats play Corsica-Stickney on Friday in Corsica.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (4-4): Malachi Bruce scored 15 points. Noah Dickson recorded 10 points and 13 rebounds. Tater Moody added nine points, nine rebounds and four steals. The Blackhawks play James Valley Christian on Thursday in Huron.
SCW 8 10 29 42
KWL 12 23 30 44
MVP 71, Wessington Springs 44
PLANKINTON -- Mount Vernon/Plankinton connected on 13 3-pointers in a boys basketball win over Wessington Springs on Tuesday.
Mount Vernon/Plankinton (3-5): Kolby Kayser scored 24 points on six 3-pointers, while Reed Rus had 12 points. The Titans play Redfield on Jan. 21 in Mount Vernon.
Wessington Springs (5-3): Pablo Garcia finished with 12 points. Mason Schleske had nine points and 10 rebounds. Gerritt Brandenburg scored nine points. The Spartans play Highmore-Harrold on Saturday in Wolsey during the 281 Conference tournament.
WS 11 23 32 44
MVP 18 36 55 71
Scotland 62, Centerville 57
SCOTLAND -- Scotland broke away from a 42-42 third-quarter tie and knocked off Centerville in boys basketball action on Tuesday.
Scotland (4-4): Ty Mogck finished with 24 points and seven rebounds. Mason Dennis added 18 points and nine rebounds. Keenan Souhrada contributed seven points and 10 rebounds. The Highlanders travel to Avon on Thursday.
Centerville (1-6): Hunter Ellis finished with 19 points and four rebounds. Jack Walters added 11 points and three rebounds. Malachi Brouwer finished with 10 points. The Tornadoes host Irene-Wakonda on Thursday.
C 13 29 42 57
S 17 23 42 62