A dozen area basketball games are featured


Flandreau 65, Clark-Willow Lake 48
FLANDREAU — The Clark-Willow Lake Cyclones boys’ basketball team suffered the second loss of the season after a game hosted by the Flandreau Fliers ended at a 65-48 Fliers victory.
Jacob Prouty led the Cyclones with 19 points, while Micah Burke added another 11 points in losing efforts for the team. Clark-Willow Lake fell to a 13-2 season record after the loss.
Flandreau, now 8-7 on the season, were led by Tash Lunday with 23 points, Chase LeBrun tallied 22 points and Nate Kneebone added 14 more en route to the win.
The Cyclones will tangle with Tiospa Zina, Tuesday at Clark, while Flandreau will travel to Baltic.

Potter County 68, Hitchcock-Tulare 30
TULARE — The Potter County Battlers took a 38 point lead over the Hitchcock-Tulare Patriots, with a dominant 68-30 score, in Class “B” boys’ basketball action on Saturday at Tulare.
The Patriots fell to a record of 2-15 on the season, with Dawson Gahm leading the team as he totaled nine points.
Potter County, now 11-5 on the season, were led by Kolton Kirby with 17 points, Dylan Drew followed with 12, while another 11 were tallied by Dawson Simon.
The Patriots will host Iroquois on Tuesday at Hitchcock, while the Battlers take on Ipswich at Gettysburg on Thursday.

Hitchcock-Tulare     11   5 7   7 — 30
Potter County     22 25 6 15 — 68
Hitchcock-Tulare (2-15): Dawson Gahm 3 3-3 9; Ty Hofer 2 2-7 6; Kyle Hamilton 2 2-2 6; Bailey Binger 2 0-0 5; Gabe Clark 1 0-0 2; Wyatt Brockson 1 0-0 2; Grant Hamilton 0 0-5 0. Totals: 11 7-17 30.
Potter County (11-5): Kolton Kirby 6 0-0 17; Dylan Drew 5 2-2 12; Dawson Simon 5 0-0 11; Cooper Logan 4 0-0 9; Cole Nafziger 2 0-0 4; Grant Lukins 0 4-4 4; Rylee Zweber 2 0-1 4; Hunter Eide 1 0-0 3; Shad Sharp 0 2-2 2; Taylor frost 1 0-0 2; Joseph Canchola 0 0-2 0. Totals: 25 8-11 68.
FG: HT — 11-35 31%; PC — 26-57 46%. 3-pt FG: HT — 1 (Binger); PC — 7 (Kirby 5). Rebounds: HT — 27; PC — 33. TO: HT — 22; PC — 9. Fouls: HT — 11; PC — 15.

James Valley Christian 64, Estelline-Hendricks 42
ESTELLINE — The James Valley Christian Vikings thumped the Estelline-Hendricks Redhawks at a 64-42 score in boys’ basketball action, Saturday at Estelline.
Josh Wieting totaled 16 points to lead the Vikings, while another 11 points were added by both Braden Held and Colton Schweigert. James Valley Christian now holds an improved record of 10-7 after the victory.
The Redhawks were led by Riley Benning with 11 points and Zach Loomis tallied another 10 in losing efforts. Estelline-Hendricks dropped to a 3-12 record on the season.
James Valley Christian go to Wessington Springs on Friday, while Estelline-Hendricks will travel to Summit today.

James Valley Christian     14 13 15 22 — 64
Estelline-Hendricks           8 16   9   9 — 42
James Valley Christian (10-7): Josh Wieting 6 2-3 16; Braden Held 4 1-3 11; Darrian Hood 2 7-12 11; Derek Thompson 3 3-6 9; Zach Kleinsasser 2 1-2 5; Colton Schweigert 1 2-2 4; Carter Wells 2 0-0 4; Jesse O’Neill 0 2-2 2; Noah Hofer 1 0-0 2; Elijah Hamilton 0 0-2 0. Totals: 21 18-32 64.
Estelline-Hendricks (3-12): Riley Benning 5 1-1 11; Zach Loomis 4 0-0 10; Mason Bury 2 1-2 6; Marcis Hausman 2 0-0 5; Spencer Lutz 1 1-1 3; Harrison Wegner 1 0-0 2; Dawson Bury 1 0-0 2; Jacoby Flegel 1 0-0 2; Sean Blom 0 1-2 1. Totals: 17 4-6 42.
FG: JVC — 21-53 40%; EH — 17-67 25%. 3-pt FG: JVC — 4-13 (Wieting 2, Held 2); EH — 4-24 (Loomis 2, Bury, Hausman). Rebounds: JVC — 48 (Held 12); EH — 42. TO: JVC — 8; EH — 11. Fouls: JVC — 9; EH — 21.

Todd County 79, Miller 77
MILLER — Karst Hunter totaled an impressive 38 points in losing efforts for the Miller Rustlers, as the Todd County Falcons escaped by two points with a 79-77 win in Class “A” boys’ basketball action on Saturday at Miller.
Miller dropped to a 4-9 record with the loss. Spencer Fernholz tallied 21 points for the Rustlers, another 10 were added by Tyler Schumacher, while Hunter led the rebounders with 16.
Todd County, now improved to 10-7 on the season, was led by Aiden Bizardie with 37 points, while Ashaun Roach-Valandra put another 18 points on the scoreboard for the Falcons.
Miller will travel to Faulkton Area on Tuesday, while Todd County takes on Stanley County at Fort Pierre today.

Miller         17 15 21 24 — 77
Todd County     22 12 20 25 — 79
Miller (4-9): Karst Hunter 10 114-19 38; Spencer Fernholz 7 2-3 21; Tyler Schumacher 4 0-0 10; Garrett Knox 2 0-0 5; Hunter Sporrer 1 0-0 2; Eli Jones 0 1-3 1. Totals: 25 17-25 77.
Todd County (10-7): Aiden Bizardie 12 9-11 37; Ashaun Roach-Valandra 9 0-0 18; Bryce Hammer 3 1-2 8; Kaine Redfish 3 0-0 6; Jacob Wike 2 0-0 4; King Horse Looking 2 0-0 4; Trent Poignee 1 0-0 2. Totals: 32 10-32 79.
FG: M — 26-56 46%; TC — 32. 3-pt FG: M — 10-24 (Fernholz 5, Hunter 2, Schumacher 2, Knox 1); TC — 5 (Bizardie 4, Hammer 1). Rebounds: M — 27 (Hunter 16). TO: M — 12. Fouls: M — 15. Steals: M — 6.

Redfield-Doland 60, Langford Area 43
REDFIELD — A decisive 60-43 win was recorded by the Redfield-Doland Pheasants, when the boys’ basketball team hosted the Langford Area Lions on Saturday.
Max Baloun put a game-high of 23 points on the scoreboard for the Pheasants and led the rebounders with 12, while Jaxson Frankenstein added another 11 points to assist in the win.
Redfield-Doland now holds a season record of 8-7.
Langford Area was led by Benton West with 14 points, 13 more were tallied by Colin Frey and Logan Block added 10 for the team. The Lions fell to a 6-9 record on the season with the loss.
Redfield-Doland will host Northwestern on Tuesday, while Langford Area will travel to Aberdeen.

Redfield-Doland     15 28 50 60
Langford Area     10 22 35 43
Redfield-Doland (8-7): Max Baloun 10 3-5 23; Jaxson Frankenstein 4 2-2 11; Mic Utecht 3 2-2 8; Zach Jordan 2 0-0 6; Holton Haider 1 3-4 5; Leyton Rohlfs 1 0-0 3; Isaac Suchor 1 0-0 2; Dylan Stephens 0 2-2 2.
Langford Area (6-9): Benton West 6 0-1 14; Colin Frey 6 0-0 13; Logan Block 3 1-4 10; Zander Widener 2 1-2 6.
3-pt FG: RD — 4 (Jordan 2, Frankenstein, Rolhfs); LA — 6 (Block 3, West 2, Frey 1, Widener 1). Rebounds: RD — 30 (Baloun 12); LA — 15. TO: RD — 9; LA — 10.

Lower Brule 67, Wessington Springs 34
WESSINGTON SPRINGS — The Lower Brule Sioux boys’ basketball team took a 67-34 decisive win over hosting team, the Wessington Springs Spartans, on Friday evening.
An improved season record of 11-7 is now held by Lower Brule, as the team was led by Shane Sazue Jr. with a game-high of 24 points. Brian Laroche tallied another 14 to assist with the win.
Jacob Messmer totaled 17 points for the Spartans, while he also led the rebounders with 11 on Friday night. Wessington Springs fell to a 4-12 record on the season.
Wessington Springs will host Kimball-White Lake on Tuesday, while Crazy Horse travels to Lower Brule today for more boys’ basketball action.

Wessington Springs       6   6 10 12 — 34
Lower Brule     22 21 15   9 — 67
Wessington Springs (4-12): Jacob Messmer 7 2-2 17; Dillion Schimke 1 0-0 3; Noah Hainy 1 0-0 2; Cooper Hainy 1 0-0 2; Chandler Flowers 1 0-0 2;AJ Neely 1 0-0 2; Lane Oligner 0 2-2 2; Trevor Schmidt 1 0-0 2; Isaac Kolousek 0 1-2 1. Totals: 13 6-8 34.
Lower Brule (11-7): Shane Sazue Jr. 10 2-3 24; Brian Laroche Jr. 6 0-0 14; Talyn Comes Flying 2 2-4 7; Treyvon Head 3 1-2 7; Shane Grey Owl 3 0-0 7; Scott Obago Jr. 2 0-0 4; Tjay Head 1 0-0 2; Ellwyn Flute 1 0-0 2. Totals: 28 5-9 67.
FG: WS — 13-45 28%; LB — 28-64 43%. 3-pt FG: WS — 2-9 (Messmer, Schimke); LB — 6-18 (Sazue Jr. 2, Laroche Jr. 2, Comes Flying 1, Shane Grey Owl 1). Rebounds: WS — 23 (Messmer 11); LB — 32. TO: WS — 24; LB — 12. Fouls: WS — 11; LB — 14.

Highmore-Harrold 57, Sanborn-Central Woonsocket 46
WOONSOCKET — The Highmore-Harrold Pirates boys’ basketball team took a 57-46 win over the Sanborn Central-Woonsocket Blackhawks, Friday night at Woonsocket.
An improved 13-4 season record is now held by the Pirates, while the Blackhawks dropped to a 9-8 season record after the defeat.
Jharret Bloomenrader led Highmore-Harrold with 21 points and 1- rebounds, and Trey Marine Eagle Thunder-Alger added 13 more.
Noah Dickson totaled 17 points for the Blackhawks and led the rebounders with 12, while Tater Moody put another 10  on the scoreboard.
Highmore-Harrold travels to Miller to tangle with Sunshine Bible Academy on Monday, while Sanborn Central-Woonsocket goes to Mitchell today.

Highmore-Harrold         11 18 18 10 — 57
Sanborn Central-Woonsocket       6 16 12 12 — 46
Highmore-Harrold (13-4): Jharret Bloomenrader 8 2-2 21; Trey Marine Eagle Thunder-Alger 6 1-3 13; Rem Paynter 3 3-4 9; Dylan McDonnell 3 0-0 7; Carter LaMont 1 0-0 3; Grady Aasby 1 0-0 2; Ryan Becker 0 2-2 2. Totals: 21 8-11 75.
Sanborn Central-Woonsocket (9-8): Noah Dickson 6 3-4 17; Tater Moody 3 3-5 10; Trey Ulmer 3 2-2 8; Sawyer Senska 1 1-2 4; Tryce Slykhuis 1 1-2 3; Malachi Bruce 1 0-1 2; Andrew Lindgren 1 0-0 2. Totals: 16 10-16 46.
FG: HH — 21 48%; SCW — 16-39 41%. 3-pt FG: HH — 5 (Bloomenrader 3, D. McDonnell 1, LaMont 1); SCW — 4 (Dickson 2, Senska 1, Moody 1). TO: HH — 12; SCW — 16. Rebounds: HH — 27 (Bloomenrader 10); SCW — 25 (Dickson 12).

Kimball-White Lake 73, Sunshine Bible Academy 42
MILLER — Four players reached double figure scores for the Kimball-White Lake WildKats, as the team thumped the Sunshine Bible Academy Crusaders, 73-42, in Class “B” boys’ basketball action on Friday at Miller.
Travis Hass led the Crusaders with a game-high of 20 points; another 11 points were added by Jade Burma. Sunshine Bible Academy dropped to a 3-12 record on the season after the WildKats defeat, who improved to a 13-4 season record.
Carter Fredericksen and Korde Kiehn each tallied 16 points, Javen Holan had 13 more, while 10 more were totaled by Justin Becker for Kimball-White Lake.
Sunshine Bible Academy is set to host Highmore-Harrold on Monday, while Kimbal-White Lake will travel to Burke on Monday.

Sunshine Bibe Academy     13 10 11   8 — 42
Kimball-White Lake         16 24 22 11 — 73
Sunshine Bible Academy (3-12): Travis Hass 6 8-13 20; Jade Burma 5 1-1 11; Joel Underwood 3 1-2 8; EJ Big Eagle 1 0-0 3. Totals: 15 10-16 42.
Kimball-White Lake (13-4): Carter Fredericksen 7 0-1 16; Kordel Kiehn 7 0-0 16; Javen Holan 4 2-2 13; Justin Becker 5 0-3 10; Bennett Namanny 2 0-0 6; Riley Pursell 2 1-2 5; Nolan Kirsch 2 0-0 4; Brady Westendorf 0 2-2 2; Brock Nolz 0 1-2 1. Totals: 29 6-12 73.
FG: SBA — 15-43 35%; KWL — 29-55 53%. 3-pt FG: SBA — 2-15 (Underwood, Big Eagle); KWL — 9-21 (Holan 3, Fredericksen 2, Kiehn 2, Namanny 2). Rebounds: SBA — 25; KWL — 35. TO: SBA — 18; KWL — 12. Fouls: SBA — 11; KWL — 11.

Girls
Hitchcock-Tulare 56, Potter County 45
TULARE — Elizabeth Salmen totaled 36 points to assist the Hitchcock-Tulare Lady Patriots to a 56-45 victory over the Potter County Lady Battlers, Saturday at Tulare.
Hitchcock-Tulare came back from trailing by five points at the half-time buzzer, with Potter County in the lead at a 25-20 score. The Lady Patriots, now 7-9 on the season, rallied for 26 more points on the scoreboard in the second half.
Potter County fell to a 5-13 season record, as the team was led by Jenna Robbenholt with 13 points.
Hitchcock-Tulare will travel to White Lake today, while Potter County will go to Selby on Tuesday.

Hitchcock-Tulare       6 14 20 16 — 56
Potter County     10 15   7 13 — 45
Hitchcock-Tulare (7-9): Elizabeth Salmen 15 5-9 36; Ashley Masat 2 2-3 6; Dawsyn Otto 1 3-4 5; Kenidee Enander 1 3-6 5; Kaitie Rathjen 1 2-4 4; Madison Hofer 0 0-3 0. Totals: 20 15-29 56.
Potter County (5-13): Jenna Robbenholt 5 3-4 13; Makaivry Schatz 4 0-0 9; Ashley Kaup 3 2-5 8; Kayla Sautner 1 3-6 5; Haylie Ahlemeir 1 0-0 2; Kirstie Lake 1 0-0 2; Aaliyah Carchola 0 2-2 2. Totals: 16 11-19 45.
FG: HT — 20-54 37%; PC — 16-57 28%. 3-pt FG: HT — 1 (Salmen); PC — 2 (Schatz, Wieseler). Rebounds: HT — 28 (Salmen 10). TO: HT — 14; PC — 13. Fouls: HT — 19; PC — 11.

Estelline-Hendricks 46, James Valley Christian 18
ESTELLINE — The Estelline-Hendricks Redhawks came away with a 46-18 victory over the James Valley Christian Lady Vikings, in Class “B” girls’ basketball action on Saturday at Estelline.
The Lady Vikings fell to 6-11 on the season with the loss, while Josalyn Wipf put nine on the scoreboard in efforts for the team and led the rebounders with 10.
Jaylee Johnson led the Redhawks with 11 points, while another 10 were added by Tiffany Vohlken. Estelline-Hendricks improved its season record to 13-4 after the win.
James Valley Christian will host Sanborn Central-Woonsocket today, while Estelline invites Castlewood on Thursday.  

James Valley Christian 8   2 2   6 — 18
Estelline-Hendricks     9 16 9 12 — 46
James Valley Christian (6-11): Josalyn Wipf 4 0-0 9; Karilyn Wieting 2 0-3 4; Courtney Shumakers 1 0-0 2; Jolie Dowling 1 0-0 2; Tessah Cronin 0 1-2 1. Totals: 8 1-7 18.
Estelline-Hendricks (13-4): Jaylee Johnson 4 0-0 11; Tiffany Vohlken 4 2-5 10; Kylie Beare 2 2-2 6; Abby Satterlee 3 0-0 6; Sophie Johnson 3 0-0 6; Tasha Vohlken 1 0-0 2; Morgan Saathoff 0 2-4 2; Faith VanMeveren 1 0-0 2; Cora Hofer 0 1-2 1. Totals: 18 7-13 46.
FG: JVC — 8-29 28%; EH — 18-68 27%. 3-pt FG: JVC — 1-5 (Wipf); EH — 3-17 (Johnson 3). Rebounds: JVC — 43 (Wipf 10); EH — 35. TO: JVC — 17; EH — 3. Fouls: JVC — 12; EH — 15.

Kimball-White Lake 49, Wolsey-Wessington 40
WHITE LAKE — The Kimball-White Lake WildKats took a 49-40 victory over the Wolsey-Wessington Lady Warbirds in a girls’ Class “B” basketball game, held on Saturday at White Lake.
Wolsey-Wessington fell to a 9-7 season record, and were led by Cortney Sprecher with 12 points.
The WildKats, now with an improved 7-10 season record, were led by Kennedy Leiferman with 25 points, while another 16 were tallied by Grace Konechne.
Wolsey-Wessington is set to travel to Mitchell on Tuesday, while the Wildcats will host Hitchcock-Tulare today at White Lake.

Wolsey-Wessington     9 15 10   6 — 40
Kimball-White Lake     9 15 11 14 — 49

Wolsey-Wessington (9-7): Cortney Sprecher 5 0-0 12; Ally Boomsma 3 0-0 8; Lizzi Brandt 4 0-0 8; Raquel Nelson 1 2-4 4; Chantel Haider 1 0-0 3; Brynn Haider 1 0-0 3; Macie Luce 1 0-1 2. Totals: 16 2-5 40.
Kimball-White Lake (7-10): Kennedy Leiferman 9 7-9 25; Grace Konechne 7 2-5 16; Ellie Overweg 2 0-0 5; Heather Munsen 0 3-7 3; Sidney McLord 0 0-2 0. Totals: 18 12-23 49.

Sanborn Central-Woonsocket 46, Highmore-Harrold 37
WOONSOCKET — The Sanborn Central-Woonsocket Blackhawks recorded a 46-37 win over the Highmore-Harrold Pirates, as the Blackhawks girls’ basketball team now is 3-0 for victories in February with an improved record of 12-6 on the season after Friday’s game at Woonsocket.
Megan Poyer led the Blackhawks with 14 points and was the only player of the game to record double figures in points.
Highmore-Harrold dropped to a 7-9 after the loss, but recorded a win over Wilmot Saturday to bring the season record back up to 8-9. Oakley Jandreau tallied the most points for the Blackhawks with eight on the scoreboard.
Sanborn Central-Woonsocket hit the road to Huron today for a tangle with the James Valley Christian Lady Vikings, while Highmore-Harrold will take on Sunshine Bible Academy when the team travels to Miller today.

Sanborn Central-Woonsocket       5 20 11 10 — 46
Highmore-Harrold         11   3   9 14 — 37
Sanborn Central-Woonsocket (12-6): Megan Poyer 6 2-4 14; Madi Moody 4 0-0 8; Tesa Jensen 3 2-2 8; Trinity Boschee 3 0-0 6; Mariah Joss 1 2-2 4; Kaylee White 1 0-0 2; Taryn Ziebart 1 0-0 2; Brooke Doering 1 0-0 2. Totals: 20 6-8 46.
Highmore-Harrold (8-9): Oakley Jandreau 3 0-0 8; Grace Knox 2 3-4 7; Haley Husled 2 0-0 6; Lethu Jensen 3 0-0 6; Courtney Moser 2 0-0 6; Maddie Knox 1 0-0 2; Kassie Hale 1 0-0 2. Totals: 15 3-4 37.

FG: SCW — 20-56 36%; HH — 15-40 38%. 3-pt FG: SCW — 0-9; HH — 4-16 (Jandreau 2, Moser 2). Rebounds: SCW — 27; HH — 20. TO: SCW — 13; HH — 23.


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