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Hitchcock-Tulare 51, Northwestern 41
TULARE — The Hitchcock-Tulare Lady Patriots got out to an early lead and continued to build throughout the game, taking a 51-41 win over the Northwestern Wildcats in non-conference girls’ basketball Thursday night.
Elizabeth Salmen scored 24 points and Dannyn Peterson added 14 for the Lady Pats, who improve to 4-3 on the season. Madison Hofer led all rebounders with seven caroms and Kenidee Enander passed out 10 assists. They are back in action Tuesday night when they host Warner in Tulare.
The Wildcats were led by Madalyn Groft’s 12 points, while Hannah Schentzle had four rebounds.

Northwestern     6 14 28 41
Hitchcock-Tulare 12 22 37 51
Northwestern (1-5): Madlyn Goft 4 3-5 10; Nahhah Schentzel 4 1-3 9; Miranda Thorson 2 0-1 4; Cassidy Frericks 0 0-2 0; Ella Haven 3 1-2 7; Jessica Boekelheide 2 0-0 4; Alexis Rahm 2 1-2 5. Totals: 17 6-15 41.
Hitchcock-Tulare (4-3): Elizabeth Salmen 12 0-0 24; Kenidee Enander 1 0-2 2; Madison Hofer 2 0-0 4; Dannyn Peterson 5 4-8 14; Kaitlyn Rathjen 3 1-2 7. Totals: 23 5-12 51.
FG: N - 17-52 33%; HT - 23-42 53%. 3-pt FG: N - 1 (Groft); HT - 0. Rebounds: N - 38 (Schentzel 4); HT - 30 (Hofer 7). Assists: N - 4 (Schentzel 4); HT 21 (Enander 10). Turnovers: N - 20; HT - 8. Fouls: N - 10; HT - 15 (Hofer out)

Miller 63, Mobridge-Pollock 38
MOBRIDGE - The Miller Rustlers jumped out to an early 23-6 lead over the Mobridge-Pollock Lady Tigers, and they never looked back, scoring a 63-38 win on Thursday night.
The Rustlers took advantage errors by the Lady Tigers as they netted 28 points off 35 Mobridge-Pollock turnovers. Miller tallied 20 steals as a team on the game.
For Miller (4-1), Kadye Fernholz had a big game, leading all scorers with 25 points and leading the Rustlers with seven rebounds and six steals. Abby Ketelhut added 14 points.
The Lady Tigers dropped to 2-4 on the season with the loss. They were led by Megan Zahn and Landyn Henderson with eight points apiece. Zahn led the game with 10 rebounds.
Miller hosts Redfield Tuesday at 4 p.m.

Miller         23 38 51 63
Mobridge-Pollock       6 21 29 38
Miller (4-1): Tyra Gates 2 1-2 5; VonnaGail Schlechter 4 0-0 9; Jaden Werdel 0 2-5 2; Abby Ketelhut 5 3-4 14; Emily Gibson 0 2-2 2; Kadye Fernholz 11 3-3 25; Morgan Kolda 2 0-1 4; Ally Mullaney 1 0-0 2. Totals: 25 11-17 63.
Mobridge-Pollock (2-4): Mariah Goehring 1 0-1 2; Draeya Halsey 1 2-2 5; Emily Hatzenbuhler 0 2-2 2; Landyn Henderson 3 2-2 8; Myia Feist 1 2-2 4; Emma Keller 2 1-2 5; Megan Zahn 4 0-2 8; BrookeLynn Vogel 0 0-2 0; Keena DeMarrias 1 2-2 4. Totals: 13 11-17 38.
FG: M - 25-60 41%; MP - 13-43 30%. 3-pt FG: M - 2-12 (Ketelhut, Schlechter); MP - 1-9 (Halsey). Rebounds: M - 35 (Fernholz 7); MP - 35 (Zahn 10). Turnovers: M - 22; MP - 35. Fouls: M - 19; MP - 15.

Wessington Springs 46, Sunshine Bible Academy 15
WESSINGTON SPRINGS - The Wessington Springs Lady Spartans used a 16-2 second quarter to secure their second victory of the season with a 46-15 win over the Sunshine Bible Academy Crusaders on Thursday.
The Lady Spartans moved to 2-5 with the victory behind 11 points from Grace Gran. Piper Jones added 10 points. Jones and Avery Orth each had eight rebounds to tie for game high.
The Crusaders remain winless on the 2019-2020 season at 0-5. They were paced in scoring by Bethany Konechne, who scored five points. Abby Haun and Ruthe Lopez each had four rebounds to lead Sunshine Bible.
Sunshine Bible is back in action Friday evening as they travel to Iroquois to take on Iroquois/Doland. The Lady Spartans will travel to Ethan Friday.

Sunshine Bible Academy     5 7 10 15
Wessington Springs     9 25 40 46
Sunshine Bible Academy (0-5): Abby Haun 1 0-0 2; Rebecca Hofman 1 1-2 3; Bethan Konechne 2 1-2 5; Ruthe Lopez 0 1-2 1; Jakki Burma 1 0-2 2. Totals: 6 3-8 15.
Wessington Springs (2-5): Grace Gran 5 1-1 11; Angie Paulson 1 1-4 3; Piper Jones 4 2-4 10; Alyssa Grohs 0 2-2 2; Kirstie Munsen 4 0-0 8; Chloe Munsen 2 0-0 6; Carlssa Scheel 1 0-0 2; Avery Orth 2 0-2 4. Totals: 19 6-13 46.
FG: SBA 6-40 15%; WS 19-62 30%. 3-pt FG: SBA 0-3; WS 2-6 (C.Munsen 2). Rebounds: SBA 21 (Haun, Lopez 4); WS 39 (Jones, Orth 8). Turnovers: SBA 21; WS 21. Fouls: SBA 11; WS 10.

BOYS
Mobridge-Pollock 58, Miller 34
MOBRIDGE - A slow start out of the gate doomed the Miller Rustlers Thursday night as they fell to the Mobridge-Pollock Tigers 58-34.
The Rustlers fell behind 23-2 in the first quarter and could never overcome the deficit, despite playing the Tigers close the rest of the way.
Spencer Fernholz led Miller (0-6) with 21 points. Trevor Wedel added seven points for the Rustlers.
Mobridge-Pollock snaps a two-game losing streak to move to 6-2 on the season. The Tigers were led by Bryston Goehring with 14 points. Reese Cerney pitched in nine points, and Zane Reinert netted seven for Mobridge-Pollock.
Miller is back in action hosting Redfield on Tuesday.

Miller         2 11 23 34
Mobridge-Pollock 23 35 46 58

Wessington Springs 55, Sunshine Bible Academy 49
WESSINGTON SPRINGS - The Wessington Springs Spartans found themselves trailing entering the fourth quarter, but they pulled out the win over Sunshine Bible Academy 55-49 on Thursday night.
Spartan big man Jacob Messmer had a dominant game to lead Wessington Springs, with 27 points, 19 rebounds, four steals, and four blocks. Mason Schelske was the only other Spartan with double figures, scoring 16 points.
Crusaders big guy Jade Burma attempted to go blow-for-blow with Messmer, equaling his game-high point total with 27. Daniel Kegbeh led the Crusaders in rebounding with six.
Sunshine Bible Academy will travel to Kadoka to take on Dupree on Saturday. The Spartans will travel to Ethan on Friday.

Sunshine Bible  9 23 38 49
Wess Springs 12 20 36 55
Sunshine Bible Academy (1-4): EJ Big Eagle 3 1-2 8; Dylan Hass 1 0-0 2; Nolan Triebwasser 1 0-0 2; Jade Burma 12 3-5 27; Bradley Hunter 2 0-2 6. Totals: 21 4-10 49.
Wessington Springs (5-1): Jacob Messmer 12 3-6 27; Dylan Schimke 0 2-2 2; Mason Schelske 6 4-4 16; Tyler Kole 2 2-2 6; Pablo Garcia 2 0-0 4. Totals: 22 11-14 55.
FG: SBA 21-53 39%; WS 22-50 44%. 3-pt FG: SBA 3-10 (Hunter 2, Big Eagle); WS 0-11. Rebounds: SBA 22 (Kegbeh 6); WS 38 (Messmer 19). Turnovers SBA 8; WS 12. Fouls SBA 7; WS 12.

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