Bridgewater-Emery rallied from a 11-point deficit and knocked off Lennox at the Hanson Classic on Saturday at the Corn Palace.

Bridgewater-Emery (5-4): Julia Weber paced the Huskies with 18 points and eight rebounds. Kerrigan Schultz netted 12 points, while Casey Meyer posted eight points, four rebounds and four assists. Morgan Uptagrafft tossed in seven points. The Huskies play host Bon Homme on Jan. 18.

Lennox (4-7): Mara Hinker scored 18 points and collected seven rebounds. Alicia Ruud finished with 12 points and five rebounds. Teagan Sanculi had eight points and five assists. The Orioles host West Central on Jan. 21.

BE 11 22 35 51

L 13 28 34 46

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Faulkton Area 44, Avon 40

Faulkton Area edged Avon in the first game of the Hanson Classic on Saturday at the Corn Palace.

Faulkton Area (3-6): Isabel Aesoph tossed in a game-high 28 points and grabbed five boards. Peyton Melius added eight points and 13 rebounds. The Trojans host Aberdeen Christian on Jan. 19.

Avon (4-6): Courtney Sees finished with 23 points, while Medalyn Kocmich scored six points and grabbed six rebounds.

F 19 28 37 44

A 17 21 31 40



Parkston 54, Flandreau 45

Parkston outscored Flandreau 34-19 in the second half to earn a girls basketball win at the Hanson Classic on Saturday.

Parkston (6-4): Allison Ziebart finished with 21 points, while Emma Yost netted 19 points and grabbed nine rebounds. Tia Holzbauer posted nine points and nine rebounds. The Trojans host Bon Homme on Jan. 21.

Flandreau (3-4): Claire Sheppard had 12 points and five rebounds. Bella Pavlis added 10 points. Flandreau plays at Deuel on Jan. 19.

F 11 26 34 45

P 4 20 33 54

Hanson 56, Waubay/Summit 53

Hanson held off Waubay/Summit for a girls basketball win at the Hanson Classic on Saturday at the Corn Palace.

Hanson (8-1): Annalyse Weber led the Beavers with 20 points and five rebounds. Mekiah Campbell posted nine points and four rebounds. Alyssa Moschell and Andrea Thelen scored seven points apiece. The Beavers play at Howard on Jan. 19.

Waubay/Summit (3-3): Zoey Wohlleber netted a game-high 24 points and collected seven rebounds. Emily Breske finished with 10 points and nine rebounds. Alyssa Barse tossed in eight points and Eva Benike scored seven points. The Mustangs play at Milbank on Jan. 19.

WS 14 25 40 53

H 17 29 46 56

Sioux Falls Christian 48, MCM 39

Class A No. 5 Sioux Falls Christian pulled away from McCook Central/Montrose and picked up a girls basketball win at the Hanson Classic on Saturday.

Sioux Falls Christian (8-1): Lexi Unruh paced the Chargers with 25 points, four rebounds and four assists. Ellie Lems added 11 points and four assists. The Chargers host Garretson on Jan. 19.

MCM (6-3): Madisen Koepsell finished with 13 points and nine rebounds. Maggie Miles and Ashtyn Wobig tossed in eight points apiece. Wobig added five rebounds and four assists. The Fighting Cougars host Baltic on Jan. 19 in Montrose.

MCM 13 23 32 39

SFC 11 27 38 48

White River 53, Hamlin 49

Class B No. 3 White River remained undefeated on the season with a girls basketball win over Class A No. 4 Hamlin at the Hanson Classic on Saturday.

White River (6-0): Caelyn Valandra-Prue paced the Tigers with 24 points, including 16 of 17 at the free-throw line. Maleighya Estes added 12 points, while Remedy Morrison had 10 points and nine rebounds. White River hosts Lyman on Jan. 19.

Hamlin (5-2): Kami Wadsworth led the Chargers with 18 points, five rebounds and four assists. Kylee Wadsworth netted 12 points and grabbed five rebounds. McKenna Prouty posted eight points and four rebounds. The Chargers play at Milbank on Jan. 21.

WR 17 27 38 53

H 7 19 37 49

JVC 39, SCW 30

WOONSOCKET -- James Valley Christian outlasted Sanborn Central/Woonsocket in the 281 Conference tournament on Saturday.

JVC (1-8): Landon Wager finished with 10 points, while Landon Wallman scored eight points and Isaac Korell had seven points.

SCW (3-6): Hayden Beigh, Tryce Slykhuis and Brady Larson scored nine points apiece.

SCW 6 14 22 30

JVC 10 19 26 39

Chamberlain 70, Bon Homme 31

CHAMBERLAIN -- Sellyck McManus and Drayton Priebe combined for 42 points to power Chamberlain to a boys basketball win over Bon Homme on Saturday.

Chamberlain (6-1): McManus finished with 28 points and six rebounds. Priebe added 14 points, seven rebounds and four steals. Kolby Hyland recorded eight points, while Hayden Evans had nine rebounds and five points. The Cubs play Lennox on Jan. 19 in Chamberlain.

Bon Homme (0-8): Karsten Kozak finished with nine points, while Carter Uecker and Nate Hall had seven points apiece. The Cavaliers play Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Jan. 19 in Tyndall.

C 18 30 54 70

BH 6 12 25 31

Philip 64, Colome 59 (OT)

MURDO -- Philip outlasted Colome for an overtime win in the Jones County Invitational on Saturday.

Philip (2-7): Bryce Westby recorded 22 points and 16 rebounds in the win. Sam Hand and Hudson Johnson each added 14 points. Philip plays Bennett County on Jan. 23.

Colome (2-7): Joe Laprath scored a team-high 24 points. Rhet Bertram added 14 points and 12 boards. The Cowboys play Jones County on Tuesday.

P 13 35 44 52 64

C 16 27 42 59

White River 67, Lyman 60

MURDO -- White River staved off Lyman for a boys basketball win on Saturday in the Jones County Invitational.

White River (7-3): Joe Sayler scored 20 points. Dylan Marshall added 18 points in the win. Colbe Scott chipped in 16 points. The Tigers play Canistota at the Hanson Classic on Jan. 23.

Lyman (5-2): Toby Estes scored 20 points. Sam McClanahan added 11 points. Lyman plays Faith on Thursday.

WR 12 26 49 67

L 17 35 43 60

Bennett County 52, Jones County 50

MURDO -- Bennett County edged past Jones County for a win in the Jones County Invitational on Saturday.

Bennett County (3-7): Kaedom Jack and Sam Byrne scored 14 and 13 points, respectively. Derrick Two Bulls chipped in 10 points. Bennett County plays Marty on Tuesday.

Jones County (4-6): Wyatt Olson poured in 23 points. Cooper Feddersen pitched in 12 points. Jones County plays Colome on Tuesday.

BC 13 23 36 52

JC 15 23 33 50

De Smet 48, Canistota 35

DE SMET -- Class B No. 1 De Smet knocked off No. 5 Canistota for a boys basketball win on Saturday.

De Smet (9-1): Tory Holland had a 12-point, 10-rebound double-double. Kalen Garry scored a team-high 13 points to go with eight rebounds. Rhett Osthus chipped in 12 points. The Bulldogs play Hamlin on Tuesday in Hayti.

Canistota (6-1): Cole Papnedick scored 13 points and grabbed six rebounds. Logan Katzer recorded five points and 10 boards. The Hawks host Freeman Academy/Marion on Tuesday.

C 11 16 25 35

DS 9 21 40 48

KWL 51, Avon 32

WHITE LAKE -- Kimball/White Lake pulled away from Avon for a boys basketball win on Saturday.

KWL (3-6): Bennett Namanny finished with 16 points and three steals. Jaxon Christensen and Jaxon Pursell had eight points apiece. Christensen and Brady Westendorf both collected nine rebounds. Pursell collected seven rebounds. KWL hosts Gregory on Jan. 21 in Kimball.

Avon (1-8): Ashton Frank and Eli Watchorn had nine points apiece. Frank collected 12 rebounds, while Lincoln Thury had seven points and five rebounds. Avon hosts Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Jan. 21.

A 10 25 30 32

KWL 15 28 35 61

FAM 58, Scotland 27

SCOTLAND -- Three players scored in double figures to power Freeman Academy/Marion to a boys basketball win over Scotland on Saturday.

FAM (7-1): Thalen Schroeder finished with 19 points and eight rebounds. Donte Butler scored 12 points and logged four steals. Quincy Blue posted 10 points and six rebounds. FAM plays at Canistota on Jan. 19.

Scotland (3-6): Nick Harrington had six points and four rebounds. The Highlanders play Irene-Wakonda on Jan. 19 in Irene.

FAM 13 31 46 58

S 9 15 21 27

Area girls basketball

Canistota 48, Arlington 43 (OT)

MADISON -- The Canistota girls basketball clipped Arlington in overtime at the Dakota State University Classic on Saturday.

Canistota (2-6): Kayla Papendick finished with 16 points and six rebounds. McKenzy Krinke added 12 points, while Alexia Tieszen posted 10 points and six rebounds. Mykkah Krinke recorded eight rebounds. Natalie Becker finished with seven points and five rebounds. The Hawks host Freeman Academy/Marion on Jan. 18.

Arlington (5-3): Harley Johnson recorded 15 points, while Hadley Carlson posted 11 points, 14 rebounds and four steals. The Cardinals play Canton on Jan. 18.

C 8 22 28 40 48

A 12 24 28 40 43

Freeman 66, ORR 22

MADISON -- Freeman rolled past Oldham-Ramona/Rutland in girls basketball action on Saturday at the Dakota State University Classic.

Freeman (1-7): Kate Miller led the way with 22 points and 10 rebounds. Rijjy Peterson added 15 points, seven rebounds, five steals and four assists. Cami Fransen scored 12 points, while Erin Uecker had 11 points, 10 rebounds and five assists. Freeman plays at Centerville on Jan. 19.

ORR (1-7): Julia Trygstad finished with seven points and seven rebounds. ORR plays in the DVC tournament on Jan. 18.

F 16 35 48 66

ORR 8 14 18 22

Tri-Valley 63, ACDC 41

MADISON -- Four players scored in double figures to pace Tri-Valley to a girls basketball win over Andes Central/Dakota Christian at the DSU Classic on Saturday.

Tri-Valley (5-4): Steph Buchmann finished with 16 points, while Blayne Gacke posted 15 points and 11 rebounds. Tabor Teel added 11 points, six assists, five rebounds and four steals. Tri-Valley plays Dakota Valley on Jan. 22 in North Sioux City.

ACDC (7-2): Mackenzie Muckey finished with 22 points and five rebounds. Josie Brouwer followed with 10 points and four rebounds. Lexie VanderPol added seven rebounds and four points. ACDC hosts Corsica-Stickney on Jan. 19.

TV 16 31 43 63

ACDC 7 18 33 41

Madison 60, Howard 50

MADISON -- Four players scored in double figures to power Madison to a girls basketball win over Howard at the DSU Classic on Saturday.

Madison (4-4): Audrey Nelson scored 21 pints and collected six rebounds. Zoey Gerry logged 15 points, while Sophia Vanden Bosch logged 13 points and eight rebounds. Madison hosts Beresford on Jan. 18.

Howard (4-3): Kate Connor finished with 20 points and 17 rebounds. Kenedy Koespell finished with 10 points and five rebounds. Trinity Palmquist added eight points and seven rebounds. The Tigers host Hanson on Jan. 19.

H 13 23 35 50

M 16 25 37 60

Chamberlain 58, Bon Homme 55

CHAMBERLAIN -- Chamberlain outlasted Bon Homme in girls basketball action on Saturday.

Chamberlain (4-6): Mya Knippling finished with 21 points, seven rebounds and seven blocks. Kinsey Evans and Emma Powers scored 10 points apiece. Samantha Peppel finished with eight points and 10 rebounds. The Cubs play at Gregory on Jan. 19.

Bon Homme (2-6): Jurni Vavruska finished with 17 points, eight steals and three assists. Jenae Alberts netted 15 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. Jaden Kortan scored 12 points and Olivia Bares collected 10 rebounds.

BH 18 26 33 55

C 11 27 44 58