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Area basketball roundup, scores from Feb. 11: Hanson girls defeat KWL, coach Jim Bridge gets win No. 600

Regional basketball action from Friday, Feb. 11, 2022

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WHITE LAKE — Hanson topped Kimball/White Lake, 57-29, on Friday in a high school girls basketball game to earn their 14th win of the season and the 600th victory in coach Jim Bridge’s career.

Hanson (14-4): Annalyse Weber had 16 points while Eliza Oltmanns had 13 points. Erin Dewald added 10 points and Vanessa Doyle added 4 assists. Hanson travels to Beresford on Feb. 14.

KWL (2-15): Ryann Nielsen had 10 points and six rebounds in the loss for the Wildkats. Harley Namanny had seven points, eight rebounds and five assists while Dani Deffenbaugh added seven rebounds. Kimball/White Lake hosts Wessington Springs on Feb. 15.

Wagner 79, Chamberlain 53

CHAMBERLAIN — Wagner overcame a big night by Chamberlain’s Mya Knippling to get a girls basketball win on the road Friday evening.

Wagner (18-1): Individual statistics were not reported for the Red Raiders. Wagner closes the regular season by hosting Platte-Geddes on Feb. 18.

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Chamberlain (9-10): Mya Knippling had 36 points, nine rebounds and four blocks for the Cubs, who close the regular season by hosting Hanson on Feb. 17.

SCW 45, Highmore-Harrold 20

HIGHMORE — Sanborn Central/Woonsocket jumped out to a 20-4 lead after the first quarter and never looked back, downing Highmore-Harrold in girls basketball action Friday night.

SCW (13-5): Trista White scored 12 points, with Lizzie Boschee and Trinity Boschee adding nine and eight points, respectively, for the Blackhawks. SCW hosts James Valley Christian on Feb. 15.

Highmore-Harrold (12-6): Maddie Knox led the Pirates with eight points. Highmore-Harrold hosts Ipswich on Feb. 15.

Winner 74, McLaughlin 18

WINNER — Winner held McLaughlin to shooting 17 percent from the field in its near 60-point victory on Friday at home.

Winner (10-8): Bella Swedlund posted 26 points, three rebounds and four steals in the Warriors win. Ava Craven had 11 points and three rebounds while Ellie Brozik had seven points, six assists and a game-high eight steals. Winner travels to Platte-Geddes on Feb. 15.

McLaughlin (3-13): Lakeitha Weasel had 12 points and two steals to lead McLaughlin. McLaughlin travels to Faith on Feb. 12.

Chester Area 77, Canistota 58

CHESTER — Chester Area scored 46 points in the second half to earn its fifth win of the season at home on Friday.

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Chester Area (5-13): Emmerson Eppard scored 30 points and had six assists while Emery Larson had 26 points. Chester Area hosts Deubrook Area on Feb. 12.

Canistota (3-14): Kayla Papendick had 21 points and Bailey Spicer had 15 points. Canistota hosts De Smet on Feb. 14.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Platte-Geddes 66, Bon Homme 52

PLATTE — A big fourth quarter helped Platte-Geddes turn a two-point edge after three quarters into a comfortable victory in boys basketball action on Friday night.

Platte-Geddes (13-3): Caden Foxley’s 24 points, 15 rebounds, three assists and five blocks led the way for the Black Panthers, who also got 12 points, seven rebounds and four assists from Jackson Neuman. Hayes Rabenburg and Dawson Hoffman each scored nine points for P-G, which squares up with Hanson at the DWU Classic on Feb. 12, in Salem.

Bon Homme (6-11): Chapin Cooper and Nate Hall notched 15 and 13 points, respectively, as Carter Uecker posted seven points, six rebounds and 10 assists. The Cavaliers host Mount Vernon/Plankinton on Feb. 15.

Chamberlain 55, Wagner 37

CHAMBERLAIN — Chamberlain’s well-balanced shooting, making 48 percent of its field goal attempts, led the Cubs to their 10th win of the season on Friday.

Chamberlain (10-5): Dakota Munger had 25 points on 11-for-16 from the field in the win. Etan Balestat and Jeren Herron added 10 points each. Chamberlain travels to Lyman on Feb. 15.

Wagner (5-11): Individual statistics were not available for the Red Raiders, who host Vermillion on Feb. 15.

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Gregory 58, Scotland 42

GREGORY — Gregory outscored Scotland 23-12 in the fourth quarter to propel past the Highlanders and earn their 11th win of the season.

Gregory (11-7): Daniel Mitchell had a double-double of 21 points and 10 rebounds while Cruz Klundt had 19 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists in the win. Gregory plays Bridgewater-Emery at the DWU Classic on Feb. 12, in Salem.

Scotland (7-10): Stephen Johnson had 13 points in the loss. Scotland travels to Platte-Geddes on Feb. 14.

Winner 64, McLaughlin 19

WINNER — Winner got out to a 35-9 first-half lead to help notch their 16th win of the season on Friday at home.

Winner (16-1): Blake Volmer scored a game-high 22 points, along with eight rebounds, four assists and five steals in the win. Slade Cournoyer and Elijah Peterson added eight points each. Winner travels to Platte-Geddes on Feb.15.

McLaughlin (5-8): Lane Lawrence had nine points and Renzo Bull Head added four points, three rebounds and two steals. McLaughlin travels to Miller on Feb. 14.

Canistota 73, Sioux Falls Lutheran 35

CANISTOTA — Canistota got out to an early 29-10 lead to cruise to a win past Sioux Falls Lutheran on Friday at home.

Canistota (11-5): Isiah Robertson scored 29 points on nine 3-pointers to lead the Hawks to a win. Brandon Kjetland had 13 points and eight rebounds while Tye Merrill had 13 points and six assists. Tage Ortman added 11 points and five assists as well. Canistota takes on Class B No. 2 White River at the DWU Classic on Feb. 12, in Salem.

SF Lutheran (1-6): Ethan Olson had 11 points and three rebounds while Daniel Pinn and Jordy Martinez had eight points each. Sioux Falls Lutheran travels to Oldham-Ramona/Rutland on Feb. 12.

STATEWIDE SCORES

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Bismarck 48, Pierre 44
Brookings 64, Sioux Falls Jefferson 59
Chester Area 77, Canistota 58
Dakota Valley 73, Dell Rapids 47
Deubrook Area 42, Colman-Egan 39
Elk Point-Jefferson 37, Beresford 29
Faith 62, Hettinger/Scranton (N.D.) 37
Faulkton Area 52, Langford Area 41
Flandreau 50, Castlewood 32
Hanson 57, Kimball/White Lake 29
Huron 45, Aberdeen Central 34
Mobridge-Pollock 45, Bennett County 44
Northwestern 61, North Central 54
Pierre 48, Bismarck (N.D.) 44
Pine Ridge 65, Little Wound 64
Platte-Geddes 57, Bon Homme 49
Rapid City Central 35, Harrisburg 29
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 45, Highmore-Harrold 20
Sioux Falls Washington 60, Sioux Falls O’Gorman 46
Sturgis 61, Hot Springs 22
Timber Lake 53, Newell 43
Tri-State (N.D.) 36, Britton-Hecla 30
Vermillion 66, Irene-Wakonda 43
Wagner 79, Chamberlain 53
Watertown 59, Sioux Falls Roosevelt 37
Webster Area 68, Tiospa Zina 32
Winner 74, McLaughlin 18
Wolsey-Wessington 73, Iroquois/Doland 51

DWU Classic
Aberdeen Christian 47, Corsica-Stickney 40
Ethan 59, Mount Vernon/Plankinton 47
Howard 56, Jones County 54
Lyman 56, Waubay/Summit 37
McCook Central/Montrose 55, Dell Rapids St. Mary 48
Sioux Falls Christian 39, Belle Fourche 26
St. Thomas More 47, Viborg-Hurley 34
White River 58, Bridgewater-Emery 56

BOYS BASKETBALL
Aberdeen Central 70, Huron 52
Alliance (Neb.) 55, Crazy Horse 54
Beresford 60, Elk Point-Jefferson 59
Canistota 73, Sioux Falls Luthern 35
Chamberlain 55, Wagner 37
Chester Area 74, Freeman 47
Clark/Willow Lake 54, Redfield 34
Dakota Valley 75, Dell Rapids 54
Deubrook Area 71, Colman-Egan 51
Faith 64, Hettinger/Scranton (N.D.) 43
Gregory 58, Scotland 42
Harrisburg 85, Rapid City Central 50
Highmore-Harrold 59, Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 47
Kadoka Area 37, Jones County 32
Kimball/White Lake 64, Sunshine Bible Academy 24
Lemmon 78, McIntosh 54
Little Wound 84, Pine Ridge 69
Marty 50, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 47
Platte-Geddes 66, Bon Homme 52
Sioux Falls Jefferson 61, Brookings 46
Sioux Falls Lincoln 68, Brandon Valley 40
Sioux Falls O'Gorman 52, Sioux Falls Washington 50
Sioux Falls Roosevelt 81, Watertown 51
Sturgis 42, Hot Springs 35
Tea Area 71, Lennox 64
Vermillion 60, Irene-Wakonda 31
Viborg-Hurley 61, Centerville 43
West Central 75, Madison 65
Wilmot 54, Lake Preston 38
Winner 64, McLaughlin 19
Yankton 59, Rapid City Stevens 46

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