Area basketball roundup, scores from Jan. 27: Bon Homme girls come back to down ACDC in OT

Regional basketball action from Tuesday, Jan. 27, 2022

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TYNDALL — Bon Homme forced overtime after overcoming an eight-point deficit after three quarters to knock off Andes Central/Dakota Christian in a girls basketball contest on Thursday night.

Bon Homme (5-9): Jaden Kortan scored 20 points and grabbed seven rebounds, while Jurni Vavruska recorded 17 points, seven rebounds, five assists and four steals. Camille Sykora chipped in 10 points and four steals for the Cavaliers, who are at Freeman on Jan. 28.

Andes Central/Dakota Christian (9-4): Allison Muckey paced all scorers with 32 points, as Lexie Vander Pol added 16 points. Muckey also grabbed seven rebounds, and Isabella Brouwer swiped five steals for the Thunder, who host Wagner on Feb. 3.


Wagner 55, Scotland 18

WAGNER — Class A top-ranked Wagner held an opponent to fewer than 20 points for the third time this season, as the Red Raiders notched a home girls basketball victory to remain undefeated on Thursday night.

Wagner (12-0): Eight of 10 Red Raiders scored, led by Emma Yost’s 15-point, 12-rebound double-double to go with three assists and three steals. Lydia Yost had 10 points and Eve Zephier contributed eight, as Shalayne Nagel and Macy Koupal each added seven points with four and six rebounds, respectively. Wagner competes in the Sacred Hoops Classic in Sioux Falls on Jan. 29.


Scotland (7-7): Martina DeBoer had seven points and five rebounds, and Delanie VanDriel added five points and three rebounds for the Highlanders, who are at Freeman on Feb. 1.

SCW 57, Wessington Springs 26

WOONSOCKET — Sanborn Central/Woonsocket closed each half strong, using a 38-11 effort across the second and fourth quarters to pull away from Wessington Springs in a girls basketball game Thursday night.

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (10-4): Brooke Doering scored 14 points and had five rebounds. Trinity Boschee and Trista White each had five rebounds, while Boschee added 12 points and White added nine points and three assists. Dayton Easton and Kennadie Oschner both grabbed five boards. SCW heads to Ethan on Feb. 1.

Wessington Springs (5-10): Avery Orth led her team as she picked up 13 points, nine rebounds and four steals. Kirstie Munsen had six rebounds and Alyssa Grohs had two assists. Wessington Springs is away at Lower Brule on Feb. 3.

Freeman 50, Canistota 24

CANISTOTA — Freeman outscored Canistota 29-8 in the second half to pick up its sixth win of the season in a girls basketball game on Thursday night.

Freeman (6-6): Kate Miller’s 15 points and seven rebounds and Erin Uecker’s 12-point, 10-rebound double-double led the way for Freeman. Miller and Uecker each had two assists to go with two and four steals, respectively, with Ashlin Jacobsen contributing 11 points and four rebounds. Freeman hosts Bon Homme on Jan. 28.

Canistota (2-9): Kayla Papendick scored nine points with three assists and two steals. Natalie Becker had four points, eight rebounds and eight steals for the Hawks, who host Viborg-Hurley on Feb. 1.

Burke 30, Boyd County (Neb.) 23

SPENCER, Neb. — Burke came out on top over Boyd County in a defensive struggle to win its sixth girls basketball game of the season Thursday night.


Burke (6-9): The majority of the scoring was split between three girls — Adisyn Indahl, Bridget Bartling, and Piper Hansen. Indahl scored eight points and had four rebounds, Bartling scored five points and Hansen scored five points and grabbed five rebounds. Burke travels to Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Jan. 28.

Boyd County (4-13): Paige Durelle led the scoring with 11 points. Leah Jocken added six points for her team as well. Boyd County converted 10 field goals in the game.
Lyman 48, New Underwood 39
NEW UNDERWOOD — Lyman scored 30 of its 48 points from 3-point range in a girls basketball road win over New Underwood on Thursday night.

Lyman (4-7): Skyler Volmer posted 23 points, six rebounds and five assists, while Ellie Erikson added 18 points and three rebounds. Mak Scott had two points, six rebounds and five assists for the Raiders, who host Wall on Jan. 29.

New Underwood (5-8): Individual statistics were not available for the Tigers, who are at Harding County on Jan. 29.


Scotland 56, Wagner 55 (OT)

WAGNER — Scotland squeaked by Wagner with a one-point overtime away win Thursday night.

Scotland (6-6): Dawson Bietz scored 16 points shooting 7-for-11, adding 12 rebounds, while Nick Harrington dropped in 14 points, going 6-for-8 with seven rebounds and three assists. Stephen Johnson recorded five assists and three rebounds, while Trenten Skorepa had six points and four rebounds. Scotland will host Freeman on Jan. 31.

Wagner (1-9): Chris Nelson led the Red Raiders with 18 points and four rebounds, as Dustin Honomichl added 16 points, six rebounds and three steals. Toby Zephier had 13 points, five rebounds and five steals for Wagner, which travels to Hanson on Feb. 1.

Bon Homme 66, ACDC 54

TYNDALL — Bon Homme pulled ahead in the first quarter and maintained its advantage throughout the evening, defeating Andes Central/Dakota Christian in a boys basketball game on Thursday night.


Bon Homme (5-7): Carter Uecker posted 16 points, eight rebounds, four assists and five steals, with Riley Rothschadl not far behind at 16 points, seven rebounds, three assists and two steals. Karsten Kozak scored 14 points to go with six rebounds and three steals for the Cavaliers, who are at Freeman on Jan. 28.

Andes Central/Dakota Christian (0-12): Nolan Black Cloud scored a game-high 20 points and had three assists, while Mason Olson chipped in 12 points and seven rebounds. ACDC hosts Wagner on Feb. 3.

Gregory 52, Avon 28

GREGORY — Gregory picked up its fifth win in six games, taking an early lead and never looking back against Avon in a boys basketball game on Thursday night.

Gregory (7-5): Daniel Mitchell scored a game-high 20 points, with Jordan Songer adding 11 for the Gorillas, who are at Jones County on Jan. 28.

Avon (2-11): Landon Thury led the Pirates with 13 points, while Avon was held to 9 of 36 (25%) shooting in the game. Avon hosts Menno on Feb. 1.


Bon Homme 57, Andes Central/Dakota Christian 56 (OT)
Castlewood 57, Lake Preston 30
Clark/Willow Lake 46, Deuel 26
Crow Creek 61, Stanley County 34
Dell Rapids St. Mary 60, Alcester-Hudson 43
Dupree 63, Philip 39
Elkton-Lake Benton 58, Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 43
Ethan 69, Mitchell Christian 17
Faulkton Area 47, Leola/Frederick Area 31
Freeman 50, Canistota 24
Groton Area 52, Northwestern 29
Harrisburg 44, West Lyon (Iowa) 38
Irene-Wakonda 52, Freeman Academy/Marion 26
Little Wound 63, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 39
Lyman 48, New Underwood 39
Miller 54, James Valley Christian 35
Potter County 61, North Central 30
Rapid City Central 62, Spearfish 27
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 57, Wessington Springs 26
Sioux Falls Christian 60, Dakota Valley 54
Sioux Falls Washington 45, Sioux Falls Jefferson 42
St. Thomas More 58, Sturgis 30
Sully Buttes 61, Hitchcock-Tulare 34
Tri-Valley 41, Elk Point-Jefferson 39
Vermillion 52, Dell Rapids 38
Wagner 55, Scotland 18
Warner 50, Langford Area 29
Wolsey-Wessington 66, Highmore-Harrold 53

Big East Conference tournament quarterfinals
Beresford 46, McCook Central/Montrose 42
Flandreau 68, Parker 29
Garretson 75, Chester Area 60
Sioux Valley 65, Baltic 46

Dakota Oyate Challenge
Crow Creek (JV) 59, Marty 35
Lower Brule 97, Takini 21
Omaha Nation (Neb.) 52, Flandreau Indian School 42
Tiospa Zina 55, Tiospa Topa 49

Aberdeen Roncalli 49, Sisseton 34
Belle Fourche 61, Harding County 59
Bon Homme 66, Andes Central/Dakota Christian 54
Burke 47, Boyd County (Neb.) 35
Castlewood 78, Lake Preston 36
Clark/Willow Lake 63, Deuel 58
Dakota Valley 60, Sioux Falls Christian 54
Dell Rapids 62, Vermillion 57
Dell Rapids St Mary 63, Alcester-Hudson 30
Estelline/Hendricks 61, Arlington 48
Ethan 58, Mitchell Christian 26
Faulkton Area 51, Leola/Frederick Area 42
Freeman Academy/Marion 58, Irene-Wakonda 50
Gregory 52, Avon 28
Hamlin 73, Webster Area 44
James Valley Christian 74, Miller 42
Lennox 60, Parkston 56
Lyman 63, New Underwood 20
Potter County 72, North Central 27
Redfield 52, Milbank 49
Scotland 56, Wagner 55 (OT)
Sioux Falls Lincoln 83, Sioux Falls Washington 81 (3OT)
Sioux Falls Roosevelt 61, Sioux Falls Jefferson 54
Spearfish 62, Rapid City Central 58
Stanley County 51, Crow Creek 44
Sully Buttes 48, Hitchcock-Tulare 40
Tri-Valley 45, Elk Point-Jefferson 42
Wall 70, Hill City 62
Waverly-South Shore 64, Britton-Hecla 60
Yankton 52, Brandon Valley 40

Dakota Oyate Challenge
Lower Brule 113, Takini 19
Tiospa Zina 79, Tiospaye Topa 30

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