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Area basketball roundup for Dec. 17: Ethan girls topple Freeman Academy/Marion

Action from around the state on Saturday, Dec. 17.

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MITCHELL — Though some games were postponed Saturday, there was still a handful of action around the state.

Here’s what went down:

Saturday’s leaders

Girls basketball

  • Avon’s Courtney Sees paced the squad with 19 points and tacked on three assists and three steals in a win over Corsica-Stickney.
  • A 23-point showing from Coral Mason propelled Viborg-Hurley over Irene-Wakonda. She also had four rebounds, five assists, six steals and three blocks.
  • Ava Lingemann and Marissa Storm led Ethan over Freeman Academy/Marion with 28 and 22 points, respectively. 
  • Eliza Oltmanns, Alyssa Moschell and Taziah Hawkins all recorded double-digit points in Hanson’s victory over Menno.
  • In a win over Tripp-Delmont/Armour, Bon Homme’s Jurni Vavruska led all scorers with 21 points. 
  • Andes Central/Dakota Christian’s Josie Brouwer poured in 16 points and came down with seven rebounds in a win over Scotland.

Boys basketball

  • Boston Katzer poured in 30 points on 13-for-19 shooting, while picking up four rebounds, three assists and two steals to help lead McCook Central/Montrose over Bon Homme.
  • Ethan’s Kody Klumb put up 17 points and Riley Endres added 14 points and seven rebounds in a win over Freeman Academy/Marion.
  • Parker Hochstein put up a double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds for Scotland, as the Highlanders beat Andes Central/Dakota Chritstian.

Statewide scores

Girls basketball

Aberdeen Roncalli 61, Britton-Hecla 27
Andes Central/Dakota Christian 46, Scotland 41
Avon 53, Corsica-Stickney 39
Bon Homme 43, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 30
Elk Point-Jefferson 41, Parker 32
Ethan 63, Freeman Academy/Marion 41
Hanson 73, Menno 44
Hitchcock-Tulare 38, Langford Area 30
LeMars (Iowa) 74, Dakota Valley 51
Redfield 49, Aberdeen Christian 18
Sioux Falls Jefferson 47, Sioux Falls Lincoln 39
St. Thomas More 59, Scottsbluff (Neb.) 34
Vermillion 62, Worthington (Minn.) 37
Viborg-Hurley 66, Irene-Wakonda 33

Entringer Classic

Baltic 29, Estelline-Hendricks 23
Castlewood 53, Deubrook Area 44
Chester Area 59, Dell Rapids 54
De Smet 47, Dell Rapids St. Mary 37
Garretson 60, Arlington 55
Hamlin 58, Flandreau 45
Iroquois/Lake Preston 61, Waverly-South Shore 13
Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 51, Deuel 40
Sioux Valley 69, Colman-Egan 40

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Lakota Nation Invitational

Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 41, Marty 38
Crazy Horse 50, Takini 36
Custer 54, Dupree 48
Lower Brule 62, McLaughlin 38
Pine Ridge 60, St. Francis Indian 47
Rapid City Christian 70, White River 49
Red Cloud 45, Lakota Tech 38
Santee (Neb.) 69, Wakpala 43
Tiospa Zina 51, Omaha Nation (Neb.) 45
Tiospaye Topa 28, Oelrichs 26
Todd County 62, Crow Creek 58
Wall 74, Little Wound 44

Boys basketball

Aberdeen Roncalli 49, Oakes (N.D.) 47
Corsica-Stickney 50, Avon 31
Dakota Valley 88, Minneapolis North (Minn.) 53
Dell Rapids St. Mary 58, Colman-Egan 48
Elk Point-Jefferson 73, Parker 46
Ethan 64, Freeman Academy/Marion 44
Hitchcock 61, Langford Area 29
McCook Central/Montrose 73, Bon Homme 46
Scotland 64, Andes Central/Dakota Christian 48
Sioux Falls Christian 64, Sioux Falls O’Gorman 59
Sioux Falls Roosevelt 63, Brandon Valley 59
St. Thomas More 60, Scottsbluff (Neb.) 49
Vermillion 54, Crofton (Neb.) 24

Lakota Nation Invitational

Crow Creek 65, St. Francis Indian 49
Little Wound 68, Wall 51
Lower Brule 81, Lakota Tech 33
McLaughlin 55, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 37
Omaha Nation (Neb.) 73, Crazy Horse 71
Pine Ridge 74, Todd County 44
Rapid City Christian 79, White River 77
Red Cloud 65, Custer 52
Santee (Neb.) 75, Wakpala 67
Takini 54, Oelrichs 26
Tiospa Zina 49, Marty 37
Tiospaye Topa 61, Dupree 59

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