Area high school basketball for Jan. 9: Corsica-Stickney girls take down Black Panthers

A look at Monday night's high school basketball action.

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CORSICA, S.D. — A strong team effort from Corsica-Stickney helped the Jaguars earn their second win of the season on Monday night over Platte-Geddes, 44-30, in girls basketball action.

For the Jaguars, Avery Broughton had 13 points, 14 rebounds, five assists and four steals and Payton DeLange had 11 points and six steals. Sydney Spaans had seven points and Braylee Bordewyk had six points.

Platte-Geddes had 12 points and seven rebounds from Karly VanDerWerff and Hadley Hanson posted seven points.

Corsica-Stickney (2-4) is back in action on Tuesday, Jan. 10 hosting Mitchell Christian in Corsica, while Platte-Geddes (3-2) hosts Mount Vernon/Plankinton on Thursday in Platte.

The fourth set of in-season rankings has the Mitchell boys at their highest ranking yet.


Girls basketball

  • Four scored in double figures for Hanson, as the Beavers outscored Parkston, 40-16, after halftime in a 64-38 win in Alexandria. Erin Dewald had 19 points and Taziah Hawkins scored 15 points, with Annalyse Weber and Alyssa Moschell each had 10 points for the Beavers (5-2). Abby Hohn scored nine points for the Trojans, who dropped to 4-2.  
  • Ethan improved to 4-1 on the girls basketball season with a home win over Mount Vernon/Plankinton, 61-54. Ava Lingemann had a game-high 29 points for the Rustlers, with teammate Maddy Bartscher scoring 16. MVP’s Ryia Schmidt had 18 points for the Titans. 
  • Winner earned a 46-34 victory over Bon Homme in Tyndall on Monday night, powered by 18 points from Kylie Sachtjen. The Cavaliers had 12 points from Taycee Ranek and nine points from Jaden Kortan

Boys basketball

  • Sutton Arend had 20 points and was one of three Bridgewater-Emery players in double-figures in a 72-53 win over Colman-Egan in Emery. Camdyn Stoterau had 14 points and Sam Hofer had 10 points for the Huskies, while Jase Mousel had 23 points for the Hawks. Both teams are 3-3. 
  • Platte-Geddes had 13 points from Dawson Hoffman and 12 from Parker Bailey in a 46-34 win over Corsica-Stickney, which had 16 points from Shad Bosma and 10 points and eight rebounds from Carter Wright
  • Gregory’s Daniel Mitchell had 19 points and 10 rebounds for the Gorillas in a 56-44 win over Chamberlain, with Noah Bearshield tallying 12 points. The Cubs had 17 points from Kenyon McCloskey and Dakota Munger had 15 points. 

Statewide scores

Boys basketball

Aberdeen Roncalli 62, Sully Buttes 59

Bridgewater-Emery 72, Colman-Egan 53

De Smet 59, Clark/Willow Lake 40

Dell Rapids St. Mary 60, Elkton-Lake Benton 38

Gregory 55, Chamberlain 44

Groton Area 73, Sisseton 20

Iroqouis/Lake Preston 67, Arlington 52

Lakota Tech 65, Red Cloud 64


Milbank 67, Britton-Hecla 33

Philip 87, Stanley County 37

Platte-Geddes 46, Corsica-Stickney 39

Sioux Falls Washington 49, Sioux Falls O’Gorman 41

South Border (N.D.) 71, Herreid/Selby Area 66

Tea Area 75, Canton 45

Waubay/Summit 74, Webster Area 41

Winner 75, Bon Homme 26


Girls basketball

Arlington 70, Iroquois/Lake Preston 56

Belle Fourche 68, Sundance (Wyo.) 21

Canton 62, Tea Area 46

Corsica-Stickney 44, Platte-Geddes 30

De Smet 45, Clark/Willow Lake 28

Ethan 61, Mount Vernon/Plankinton 54

Florence/Henry 71, Waubay/Summit 24

James Valley Christian 41, Highmore-Harrold 33

Lennox 47, Dell Rapids 38

Northwestern 50, Britton-Hecla 29

Red Cloud 63, Lakota Tech 49

Sioux Falls Washington 42, Sioux Falls O’Gorman 33

Stanley County 33, Philip 31 (OT)

Sully Buttes 49, Aberdeen Roncalli 41

Todd County 51, Douglas 33

Winner 46, Bon Homme 34

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