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Area basketball roundup, scores from Feb. 12: Corsica-Stickney dominates Centerville in GPC championship

Regional basketball action from Saturday, Feb. 12, 2022

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ALCESTER — Class B No. 2 Corsica-Stickney snapped Centerville’s 17-game win streak with a dominant 67-35 victory in the championship game of the Great Plains Conference Classic on Saturday.

Corsica-Stickney (16-3): Avery Broughton dropped in 29 points and grabbed six rebounds, while Morgan Clites posted a 10-point, 11-assist double-double. Rachel Gerlach added 10 points and seven rebounds for the Jaguars, who wrap up their regular season at Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Feb. 15.

Centerville (17-2): Lillie Eide notched 17 points and four rebounds, with Keira Austin chipping in 11 points. The Tornadoes close the regular season at Dell Rapids St. Mary on Feb. 15.

Avon 51, ACDC 47

ALCESTER — Andes Central/Dakota Christian outscored Avon after halftime, but couldn’t make up a 12-point halftime deficit in girls basketball action at the Great Plains Conference Classic on Saturday.

Avon (10-9): Courtney Sees scored a game-high 19 points, with Tiffany Pelton finishing just shy of a double-double with 15 points, nine rebounds and two steals. Samantha Brodeen chipped in seven points, seven assists and two steals for the Pirates finishes the regular season at Gayville-Volin on Feb. 14.

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ACDC (12-6): Allison Muckey’s 15 points, five rebounds and three assists led the way, as Josie Brouwer added 14 points, six rebounds and two steals. Lexie Vander Pol had 11 points and six rebounds for the Thunder. ACDC is at Parkston on Feb. 15.

Scotland 41, Burke 36

ALCESTER — Scotland edged Burke in a girls basketball contest at the Great Plains Conference Classic on Saturday.

Scotland (9-9): Audrey Sayler tallied 10 points, nine rebounds and three assists, while Delanie VanDriel contributed nine points and 10 rebounds. Martina DeBoer had eight points and three steals for the Highlanders, who host Canistota to close the regular season on Feb. 15.

Burke (6-13): Elly Witt and Adisyn Indahl each scored seven points, with Witt adding three assists and three steals. The Cougars are at Gregory in their regular-season finale on Feb. 17.

FAM 54, Colome 25

ALCESTER — Freeman Academy/Marion led 18-4 after the first quarter on the way to a girls basketball win at the Great Plains Conference Classic on Saturday.

FAM (4-13): Jada Koerner led the way with 24 points, while Alivea Weber notched 10 points, six rebounds, three assists and six steals. The Bearcats return to Alcester to face Alcester-Hudson on Feb. 15.

Colome (1-17): Individual statistics were not reported for Colome, which hosts Gregory on Feb. 14.

Alcester-Hudson 53, TDA 34

ALCESTER — Alcester-Hudson pulled away in the second and third quarters to down Tripp-Delmont/Armour in a girls basketball game at the Great Plains Conference Classic on Saturday.

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Alcester-Hudson (6-13): Kayleigh Thompson scored 15 points and Elly Doering added 10. Ella Serck had 11 rebounds, five assists and seven steals for the Cubs, who host Freeman Academy/Marion on Feb. 15.

TDA (6-12): Megan Reiner recorded 23 points, seven rebounds and five steals to lead the Nighthawks, who host Corsica-Stickney on Feb. 15.

SF Christian 58, MVP 47

MOUNT VERNON — Mount Vernon/Plankinton got out to a fast start but couldn’t maintain the momentum, falling at home to Sioux Falls Christian in a girls basketball contest on Saturday afternoon.

SF Christian (16-3): Kylah vanDonkersgoed led all scorers with 21 points, as Jaxsyn Swift and Ellie Lems chipped in 16 and 14 points, respectively. The Chargers wrap up the regular season by hosting Yankton on Feb. 15.

MVP (13-5): Emilee Fox put up 20 points, nine rebounds and five assists, while Reagan Rus scored 15 points for the Titans, who travel to Bon Homme on Feb. 15.

Ethan 51, Menno 38

MENNO — Ethan earned a road win over Menno in girls basketball action on Saturday afternoon.

Ethan (12-6): Hannah Bartscher finished just short of a triple-double with 15 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists, as Ava Lingemann also had 15 points with three steals. Bella Nesheim had 13 points and five rebounds for the Rustlers, who are away at Freeman on Feb. 15.

Menno (3-15): Grace Nusz scored nine points and Bridget Vaith had five points and 13 rebounds for the Wolves, who host Viborg-Hurley on Feb. 15.

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BOYS BASKETBALL

Ethan 60, Menno 40

MENNO — Ethan started both halves strong, outscoring Menno 36-15 across the first and third quarters in a boys basketball game on Saturday afternoon.

Ethan (12-6): Riley Endres scored 16 points alongside 11 points from Kaden Klumb and nine points from Jay Storm. The Rustlers are at Freeman on Feb. 15.

Menno (6-11): Hayden McNinch posted 11 points and 14 rebounds, with Tyler Massey adding 10 points and eight rebounds. The Wolves host Viborg-Hurley on Feb. 15.

STATEWIDE SCORES

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Brandon Valley 46, Sioux Falls Lincoln 40
Canton 60, Madison 48
Castlewood 69, Hitchcock-Tulare 33
Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 57, Little Wound 39
Deubrook Area 68, Chester Area 56
Douglas 45, Lead-Deadwood 10
Ethan 51, Menno 38
Faith 64, McLaughlin 11
Flandreau 57, Clark/Willow Lake 41
Garretson 56, Elkton-Lake Benton 27
Kadoka Area 46, Bison 40
Lakota Tech 57, Hill City 36
Mobridge-Pollock 45, Groton Area 38
Newell 63, Tiospaye Topa 32
Ponca (Neb.) 41, Elk Point-Jefferson 24
Rapid City Stevens 48, Harrisburg 38
Red Cloud 71, Hot Springs 32
Sioux Falls Christian 58, Mount Vernon/Plankinton 47
Sioux Valley 67, Parker 52
Sisseton 55, Lisbon (N.D.) 47
Todd County 45, Miller 33
Tri-Valley 46, Milbank 36
Wall 63, Stanley County 36
Webster Area 51, Leola/Frederick Area 33
Yankton 38, Rapid City Central 36

Great Plains Conference Classic (Alcester)
Alcester-Hudson 53, Tripp-Delmont/Armour 34
Avon 51, Andes Central/Dakota Christian 47
Corsica-Stickney 67, Centerville 35
Freeman Academy/Marion 54, Colome 25
Gayville-Volin 69, Marty 28
Scotland 41, Burke 36

Sacred Hoop Classic (Chamberlain)
Crow Creek 62, Dupree 52
Jones County 44, Potter County 38
St. Francis Indian 95, Crazy Horse 14

Warner Classic
Aberdeen Roncalli 48, Arlington 36
Florence/Henry 62, Wolsey-Wessington 58
Hamlin 54, Sully Buttes 46
Herreid/Selby Area 42, Wilmot 31
Ipswich 68, Flandreau Indian 28
Lower Brule 45, Langford Area 32
Wheaton/Herman-Norcross (Minn.) 57, Warner 28

BOYS BASKETBALL
Canton 55, Madison 53
Castlewood 72, Hitchcock-Tulare 36
Deubrook Area 68, Chester Area 57
Douglas 85, Lead-Deadwood 42
Dupree 83, Bison 68
Elk Point-Jefferson 44, Ponca (Neb.) 42
Elkton-Lake Benton 48, Garretson 44
Ethan 60, Menno 40
Flandreau 71, Clark/Willow Lake 53
Groton Area 71, Mobridge-Pollock 39
Harrisburg 71, Rapid City Stevens 64
Ipswich 58, Wilmot 45
Kadoka Area 53, Edgemont 17
Lakota Tech 67, Custer 53
Lemmon 66, New Underwood 44
Oelrichs 68, Wakpala 49
Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 74, Sioux Falls Lutheran 35
Red Cloud 52, Hot Springs 46
Sioux Falls Lincoln 57, Brookings 35
Sioux Valley 62, Parker 56
Stanley County 62, Wall 50
Todd County 72, Miller 43
Tri-Valley 66, Milbank 57 (OT)
Webster Area 52, Leola/Frederick Area 49
Yankton 59, Rapid City Central 39

DWU Classic (Salem)
Aberdeen Christian 73, Howard 53
Gregory 46, Bridgewater-Emery 42
Hanson 59, Platte-Geddes 39
Lower Brule 75, Freeman Academy/Marion 60
Potter County 83, Viborg-Hurley 55
St. Thomas More 52, Dell Rapids 41
Waubay/Summit 56, Lyman 39
White River 61, Canistota 50
Wolsey-Wessington 52, McCook Central/Montrose 36

Sacred Hoop Classic (Chamberlain)
Crazy Horse 61, Pine Ridge 41
Jones County 71, St. Francis Indian 47
Timber Lake 63, Crow Creek 46

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