ETHAN -- Class B No. 2 Ethan took down Mount Vernon/Plankinton, 39-30, in a low-scoring affair on Thursday in girls basketball action.
Ethan (17-1): Cameryn Logan scored 25 points and grabbed eight rebounds. The Rustlers travel to Freeman on Tuesday.
Mount Vernon/Plankinton (11-5): Emilee Fox scored a team-high seven points. The Titans play Sioux Falls Christian on Saturday in Mount Vernon.
MVP 7 14 17 30
E 12 17 25 39
Winner 71, CEB 39
WINNER -- Winner remained perfect on the season with a girls basketball victory over Cheyenne-Eagle Butte on Thursday.
Winner (15-0): Bella Swedlund paced a balanced scoring attack with 20 points and six rebounds. Kalla Bertram and Katherine Jankauskas added 12 points apiece. Morgan Hammerbeck put in 11 points, five assists and four rebounds. Kelsey Sachtjen scored seven points. Winner hosts McLaughlin today.
Cheyenne-Eagle Butte (9-7): Rylin Rousseau led the Braves with 10 points. Daci Lends His Horse added seven points, five assists and four rebounds. The Braves play at Pine Ridge on Monday.
CEB 7 23 35 39
W 22 44 62 71
Parkston 53, Freeman 24
PARKSTON -- Parkston had three players score in double figures in its girls basketball win over Freeman on Thursday.
Parkston (11-6): Tiah Holzbauer finished with 13 points and seven rebounds. Emma Yost and Allison Ziebart each scored 10 points. Yost also grabbed six rebounds, while Izzy Hohn pulled down seven boards. The Trojans host Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Tuesday.
Freeman (10-7): Rijjy Peterson finished with 13 points and three boards. Emily Miller recorded six points and nine rebounds. The Flyers play Little Wound on Saturday in Warner.
F 7 14 19 24
P 9 26 39 53
ACDC 49, FAM 24
FREEMAN -- Andes Central/Dakota Christian took down Freeman Academy/Marion in girls basketball action on Thursday.
Andes Central/Dakota Christian (10-8): Mackenzie Muckey recorded 14 points, eight rebounds, five assists and nine steals. Allison Muckey scored 14 points. Isabel Pheifer added 10 points, 17 rebounds, four assists and seven steals. Josie Brouwer chipped in eight points, five steals and four assists. The Thunder play Kimball/White Lake today in New Holland.
Freeman Academy/Marion (0-19): Jada Koerner scored 14 points, eight rebounds and five steals. Leah Goodwin finished with seven points and six rebounds. Alivea Weber recorded four steals. The Bearcats travel to Menno on Feb. 20.
ACDC 19 36 40 49
FAM 5 11 15 24
Lyman 73, SBA 19
PRESHO -- Three players scored in double figures to power Lyman to a girls basketball win over Sunshine Bible Academy on Thursday.
Lyman (14-4): Kacie Wagner led the way with 25 points and 13 rebounds. Kayt Garnos posted 16 points and Maleighya Estes finished with 10 points. The Raiders play Hanson today at the Corn Palace.
Sunshine Bible Academy (0-17): Bethany Konechne finished with seven points. The Crusaders play Crazy Horse on Saturday in Stephan.
SBA 2 8 11 19
L 24 44 60 73
Miller 50, Wessington Springs 25
WESSINGTON SPRINGS -- Miller held Wessington Springs to one point in the first quarter in a girls basketball win on Thursday.
Miller (11-5): Kadye Fernholz finished with 15 points, seven rebounds, four assists and two blocks. VonnaGail Schlechter and Abby Ketelhut each scored 11 points. The Rustlers play Todd County on Saturday in Mission.
Wessington Springs (3-15): Avery Orth added nine points and four rebounds. Grace Gran added six points and two steals. The Spartans play Kimball/White Lake on Tuesday in Kimball.
M 13 28 45 50
WS 1 7 18 25
Scotland 65, Bridgewater-Emery 49
EMERY -- Grace Fryda and Issabela Vitek combined for 46 points to pace Scotland to a girls basketball victory on Thursday.
Scotland (10-7): Fryda finished with 32 points, while Vitek posted 14 points and nine rebounds. Makayla Friederich collected eight rebounds. The Highlanders travel to Gregory today.
Bridgewater-Emery (9-9): Chloe Schmitt recorded 10 points and five rebounds. Julia Weber and Kennedee Weber both scored nine points. Kennedee Weber added six rebounds. The Huskies play Jones County today at the Corn Palace.
S 17 35 47 65
BE 7 20 33 49
Area boys basketball
FAM 66, ACDC 55
FREEMAN -- Gavin Pankratz surpassed 1,000 career points as Freeman Academy/Marion topped Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Thursday.
Freeman Academy/Marion (14-4): Pankratz scored a game-high 29 points and grabbed six rebounds. Quincy Blue added 16 points and five rebounds, while Payton Arbach had 10 points and five rebounds. Connor Epp dished out 11 assists. The Bearcats travel to Menno on Feb. 20.
Andes Central/Dakota Christian (6-11): Tyler Swanson had 19 points and Jaeson Garcia added 15 points. The Thunder play Kimball/White Lake today in New Holland.
Winner 66, CEB 63
WINNER -- Winner outscored Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 19-9 in the fourth quarter to earn a boys basketball victory on Thursday.
Winner (11-4): Brady Fritz finished with 31 points, six assists and four 3-pointers. Joren Bruun added 13 points and three assists. Blake Volmer finished with seven rebounds and seven assists. The Warriors host McLaughlin today.
Cheyenne-Eagle Butte (9-6): Riley Hodgkiss finished with 19 points and three 3-pointers. Rance Harrison added 14 points and five assists. Spencer Moran and Leon Brown Otter both scored seven points apiece. Moran added five rebounds. The Braves travel to Aberdeen Roncalli on Saturday.
CEB 14 32 54 63
W 16 34 47 66
Corsica-Stickney 79, Freeman 31
FREEMAN -- Corsica-Stickney made 10 3-pointers in a boys basketball win over Freeman on Thursday.
Corsica-Stickney (11-3): Trever Burke scored 20 points. Brendan Wentland added 17 points and Mason Odens finished with 14 points. Jaylen Kemp recorded seven rebounds and three assists. The Jaguars play White River on Saturday at the Corn Palace.
Freeman (1-16): Micah Swensen finished with 14 points and six rebounds. Bradey Kaufman scored 13 points. The Flyers host Ethan on Tuesday.
CS 15 47 68 79
F 19 21 21 31
Centerville 68, Menno 43
CENTERVILLE -- A strong third quarter helped Centerville pull away from Menno in boys basketball action on Thursday.
Centerville (4-11): Gavin Gibney finished with 17 points and 13 rebounds. Logan Bobzin scored 20 points. Hayden Ellis added eight points. Hunter Ellis chipped in seven points. The Tornadoes host Gayville-Volin today.
Menno (5-11): Josh Heckenlaible registered a 12-point, 12-rebound double-double. Trey Spencer added 17 points and nine rebounds. Levi Bender scored nine points. The Pirates travel to Colome on Saturday.
M 9 18 26 43
C 7 16 38 68
Ethan 75, MVP 65
ETHAN -- Ethan pulled away from Mount Vernon/Plankinton for a boys basketball victory on Thursday.
Ethan (13-5): Brady Hawkins paced the Rustlers with 18 points. Eric Gustafson posted 14 points and 10 rebounds. Jay Storm added 14 points, Josh Bartscher added 13 points and 10 boards. The Rustlers travel to Freeman on Tuesday.
Mount Vernon/Plankinton (4-13): Rylee Deinert finished with 18 points and Kolby Kayser finished with 17 points. Brady Anderson scored 13 points. The Titans play Bon Homme on Tuesday in Tyndall.
MVP 13 27 51 65
E 12 29 54 75
Burke 69, KWL 58
WHITE LAKE -- Jaden Frank pumped in 35 points to power Burke to a boys basketball win over Kimball/White Lake on Thursday.
Burke (11-3): Frank added seven rebounds. Bryce Frank and Washake Vaughn finished with 11 points apiece. Brogan Glover collected seven rebounds. The Cougars play Alcester-Hudson on Saturday in Bonesteel.
Kimball/White Lake (7-11): Bennett Namanny tossed in 22 points and grabbed five rebounds. Justin Becker recorded 18 points and seven boards. Riley Pursell scored eight points. The WiLdKats play Andes Central/Dakota Christian today in New Holland.
B 24 44 62 69
KWL 20 34 47 58
Wessington Springs 53, Miller 45
WESSINGTON SPRINGS -- Wessington Springs took down Miller for its 10th boys basketball win of the season on Thursday.
Wessington Springs (10-7): Jacob Messmer finished with 18 points, 15 rebounds and six steals. Tyler Kole added 10 points and four steals. The Spartans play Kimball/White Lake on Tuesday in Kimball.
Miller (0-14): Spencer Fernholz scored a game-high 21 points and grabbed six rebounds. Tyler Schumacher scored 16 points. The Rustlers play Todd County on Saturday in Mission.
M 13 26 35 45
WS 6 24 41 53