Area basketball roundup, scores from Feb. 7: Big second half boosts Howard girls to home win over Menno

Regional basketball action from Monday, Feb. 7, 2022

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HOWARD — Locked in a tie game at halftime, Howard outscored Menno 30-10 in the second half to pick up a 55-33 victory in girls basketball action Monday night.

Howard (11-6): Abby Aslesen led the way with 21 points, three rebounds and three assists, while Trinity Palmquist added 15 points, three rebounds and four assists. Kate Connor chipped in six points, five rebounds and four assists for the Tigers, who are away at Canistota on Feb. 8.

Menno (3-13): Paityn Huber scored 15 points to go with three rebounds to pace the Wolves, who were held to 3 of 13 shooting in the second half. Menno is at Centerville on Feb. 10.

Wagner 69, Ethan 50

WAGNER — Wagner got out to a 42-23 first half lead to help propel the Red Raiders to their 16th win of the season in a girls basketball contest on Monday.

Wagner (16-1): Ashlyn Koupal notched 17 points, along with eight rebounds and eight assists while Eve Zephier had 15 points and a team-high two steals. Shalayne Nagel and Emma Yost both had 12 points each while Yost had 13 rebounds and Nagel had six rebounds and four assists. The Red Raiders host Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Feb. 8.


Ethan (10-6): Hannah Bartscher had 19 points, six rebounds, three assists and two steals. Bella Nesheim added 10 points and four rebounds while Ava Lingemann added nine points and four rebounds. Marissa Storm also had eight points. The Rustlers play Mount Vernon/Plankinton at the DWU Classic on Feb. 11, in Salem.

Chamberlain 59, Lyman 25

CHAMBERLAIN — Chamberlain surged to a 23-point halftime advantage behind a 25-6 second quarter to pull its record back to .500 in a girls basketball game Monday night.

Chamberlain (9-9): Jayd Chmela posted 19 points and five assists, as Jayna Handel put up 16 points powered by 4 of 5 shooting from 3-point range. Mya Knippling scored nine points and grabbed 13 rebounds for the Cubs, who host Wagner on Feb. 11.

Lyman (5-11): Annie Brakke and Kaylee Moore each had six points for the Raiders, who host Philip on Feb. 10.


Bridgewater-Emery 46, Scotland 45

EMERY — After a 10-point deficit at halftime, Bridgewater-Emery outscored Scotland 17-10 in the fourth quarter to squeak past the Highlanders in boys basketball action on Monday.

Bridgewater-Emery (8-8): Sutton Arend had a game-high 25 points, along with nine rebounds in the win for the Huskies. Sam Hofer added five assists as well. Bridgewater-Emery hosts Chamberlain on Feb. 10.

Scotland (7-8): Nick Harrington had 11 points and Stephen Johnson had six rebounds. The Highlanders host Parkston on Feb. 8.

Wagner 74, Ethan 73 (OT)

WAGNER — Wagner outlasted Ethan in overtime to pick up consecutive wins for the first time this season in a boys basketball game on Monday.


Wagner (3-10): Individual statistics were not reported for the Red Raiders, who host Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Feb. 8.

Ethan (11-5): Riley Endres posted a game-high 24 points, along with six rebounds, five assists and two steals. Jay Storm had a double-double with 17 points and 12 rebounds, with six assists and two steals, while Kody Klumb had 17 points and four rebounds. Kaden Klumb and Taite Klumb added five points each. The Rustlers host Mount Vernon/Plankinton on Feb. 10.


Aberdeen Roncalli 50, Groton Area 24
Arlington 60, Dell Rapids St. Mary 51
Chamberlain 59, Lyman 25
Colman-Egan 49, Baltic 44
Elkton-Lake Benton 40, Canistota 35
Flandreau 75, Madison 39
Grant County/Mott-Regent (N.D.) 59, Lemmon 48
Hill City 38, Lead-Deadwood 20
Howard 55, Menno 35
Lower Brule 78, Marty 58
Mitchell Christian 50, Sunshine Bible Academy 31
Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 59, Chester Area 50
St. Thomas More 57, Custer 30
Wagner 69, Ethan 50
Waubay/Summit 49, Wilmot 46 (OT)
Wolsey-Wessington 48, Lake Preston 13

Baltic 85, Colman-Egan 50
Bridgewater-Emery 46, Scotland 45
Canton 59, Irene-Wakonda 48
Crazy Horse 105, Takini 33
De Smet 77, Castlewood 34
Dell Rapids St. Mary 70, Arlington 56
Faith 70, Wakpala 55
Herreid/Selby Area 64, Napoleon/Gackle-Streeter (N.D.) 56
Howard 61, Menno 26
Langford Area 55, Sully Buttes 23
Lennox 69, Tri-Valley 50
Lower Brule 82, Marty 21
Mitchell Christian 66, Sunshine Bible Academy 33
Mobridge-Pollock 61, McLaughlin 53
Philip 63, Wall 47
Potter County 73, Stanley County 50
Wagner 74, Ethan 73 (OT)
Webster Area 60, Tiospa Zina 50
White River 95, Bennett County 52

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