Area basketball 1-12-22


Wolsey-Wessington 65, Iroquois/Doland 25
WOLSEY — The Wolsey-Wessington Warbirds streaked to a 20-3 lead after the first quarter of play and never allowed the Iroquois/Doland Chiefs into double digits in any quarter the rest of the way, pulling away for a 65-25 win in 281 Conference boys’ basketball action.

Tate French led the way for the Warbirds, who improve to 5-2, coming off the bench to score 16 points, Carson Zomer and Jametrius Scott each scored 12 and Payson Gohn chipped in 10 for Wolsey-Wessington.

Logan Pesky was the lone bright spot for the Chiefs, as he scored 19 points.

The Warbirds return to action on Saturday, when they face Sunshine Bible Academy in the opening round of the 281 Conference Tournament, while Iroquois/Doland travels to Leola/Frederick on Thursday before playing Wessington Springs in the 281 Conference Tournament on Saturday in Wolsey.

Iroquois/Doland       3 11 20 25
Wolsey-Wessington     20 44 61 65

Iroquois/Doland (0-6): Logan Peskey 7 0-0 19; Haydon Shurson 1 0-0 2; Tristan Dykstra 1 0-0 2; Gunnar Harris 1 0-0 2. Totals 10 0-0 25.

Wolsey-Wessington (5-2): Blaze Herdman 2 0-0 5; Marrien Gohn 1 0-0 2; Carson Zomer 4 2-4 12; Jametrius Scott 5 1-1 12; Payson Gohn 5 0-1 10; Landon Cleveland 1 0-0 2; Tate French 7 2-5 16; Moshe Richmond 3 0-1 6. Totals 28 5-12 65.

Girls

De Smet 62, Howard 47
HOWARD — The De Smet Bulldogs trailed after three quarters, but outscored the home-standing Howard Tigers 25-6 over the fourth period to secure a 62-47 win in girls’ basketball action Tuesday night. The Bulldogs remain perfect on the season, at 9-0, while Howard falls to 6-3.

De Smet got a game-high 21 points and seven rebounds from Jada Burke, while Emma Albrecht scored 17 and claimed eight boards and Kennadi Buchholz scored 14 points.

Howard also had three in double figures, led by a 15-point effort from Abby Aslesen, while Kate Connor added 12 and Trinity Palmquist chipped in 10. A

De Smet hosts Highway 14 rival Lake Preston Thursday night.

De Smet       6 21 37 62
Howard     12 21 41 47

De Smet (9-0): Jada Burke 8 5-7 21; Kennadi Buchholz 5 3-4 14; Alyssa Asleson 1 6-8 9; Emma Albrecht 6 3-6 17; Cori Birkel 0 1-2 1. Totals: 20 14-18 62.

Howard (6-3): Trinity Palmquist 3 4-6 10; Canyon Kidd 1 0-0 3; Abby Aslesen 6 3-4 15; Rylee Rudebusch 3 0-0 7; Kate Connor 5 1-1 12. Totals: 18 8-13 47.

FG: D - 20-54 37%; H - 18-53 34%. 3-pt FG: D - 4-14 29% (Albrecht 2, Buchholz and Asleson); H - 3-10 30% (Kidd, Rudebusch and Connor). Rebounds: D - 31 (Albercht 8); H - 32 (Aslesen 12). Turnovers: D - 11; H - 15. Fouls: D - 10; H - 19 (Palmquist out)

James Valley Christian 48, Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 40
OLDHAM — The James Valley Christian Lady Vikings raced to an 18-5 lead after the first quarter and made it stand up the rest of the way, as they escaped with a 48-40 win over the Oldham-Ramona/Rutland Lady Raiders in non-conference girls’ basketball Tuesday.

Karilyn Wieting scored 11 points and Kaylie Robinson added 10 for the Lady Vikes, who improve to 3-4 on the season. Brenna Held led all rebounders with 12 caroms.

Paige Hansen scored 11 and Bailey Hyland chalked up 10 for the Lady Raiders, who slip to 3-6 with the loss. Julie Trygstad claimed 11 rebounds in the contest.

JVC opens play in the 281 Conference tournament Friday against Hitchcock-Tulare in Wolsey, at 3:30 p.m.

James Valley Christian    18 23 36 48
Oldham-Ramona/Rutland  5 15 27 40

JVC (3-4): Karilyn Wieting 4 3-6 11; Kaylie Robinson 3 2-3 10; Alexa Goertz 4 0-0 8; Brenna Held 3 3-6 9; Josalyn Wipf 1 0-0 2; Rhayonna Hood 1 1-2 3; Lily Hofer 2 1-1 5. Totals: 18 10-18 48.

ORR (3-6): Julie Trygstad 2 1-3 5; Paige Hanson 4 3-3 11; Alivia Bickett 0 6-8 6; Brooklyn Hageman 2 2-2 6; Alivia Spilde 1 0-0 2; Bailey Hyland 3 3-4 10. Totals: 12 15-20 40.

FG: JVC - 18-74 24%; ORR - 12-52 23%. 3-pt FG: JVC - 2-16 (Wieting and Robinson); ORR - 1-6 (Hyland). Rebounds: JVC - 39 (Held 12); ORR - 40 (Trygstad 11). Turnovers: JVC - 18; ORR - 25.

Warner 50, Hitchcock-Tulare 43
TULARE — The Warner Monarchs went 13 of 14 from the charity stripe in the fourth quarter, coming from a four-point deficit to post a 50-43 win over the Hitchcock-Tulare Lady Patriots in girls’ basketball action. The Lady Pats had more field goals in total and three more three pointers, but Warner hit 18-24 from the line while Hitchcock-Tulare was only 6-10.

Warner, now 5-4, was led by Kyra Marcuson’s 12 points, while both Lauren Marcuson and Ava Nilsson netted 10 points.

For the Lady Patriots, Katelyn Schroeder led the way with 17 points and added 11 rebounds. Madison Hofer added 13 points in the contest.

Hitchcock-Tulare, now 3-4, opens play in the 281 Conference Tournament on Friday against James Valley Christian in Wolsey.

Warner           6 16 31 50
Hitchcock-Tulare     15 26 35 43

Warner (5-4): Kyra Marcuson 3 6-3 12; Ava Nilsson 1 7-8 10; Jennifer Aman 0 1-2 1; Kamryn Anderson 2 3-4 7; Peyton Fischer 2 1-2 5; Lauren Marcuson 5 0-2 10; Kiah Koch 1 0-0 3; Sophia Hoeft 1 0-0 2. Totals: 15 18-24 50.

Hitchcock-Tulare (3-4): Madison Hofer 4 1-2 13; Katelyn Schroeder 6 5-8 17; Jessica Godfrey 1 0-0 2; Cambree Hoekman 4 0-0 9; Rebecca Huizenga 14 0-0 2. Totals: 16 6-10 43.

Lower Brule 54, Sunshine Bible Academy 14
MILLER — The Lower Brule Sioux got all the points they needed in the first period Tuesday night, racing to a 19-3 cushion after the first quarter and coasting to a 54-14 win over the Sunshine Bible Academy Crusaders in non-conference girls’ basketball action.

Kharmon Wells scored 15 points, Courtney St. Cloud scored 13 and grabbed 12 rebounds and Ally Wells chipped in 10 points to lead the Sioux

Jakki Burma scored six points and had a game-high 13 rebounds for Sunshine Bible, which falls to 0-7 with the loss. Aja Paul claimed 10 rebounds for the Crusaders.

SBA opens play in the 281 Conference Tournament on Friday against top seeded Wolsey-Wessington.

Lower Brule                     19 32 48 54
Sunshine Bible Academy 3 13 13 14

Lower Brule (4-4): Kharom Wells 5 2-2 15; Mykenzie Rouillard 0 0-2 0; Brilyn Laroche 1 0-0 2; Jesse Estes 0 1-2 1; Aralyn Defender 1 0-0 2; Hillary Goodlow 1 1-4 3; Marley Sazue 1 0-0 2; Lae Middletent 2 1-3 6; Ally Wells 3 3-3 10; Courtney St. Cloud 6 1-2 13. Totals: 20 9-18 54.

SBA (0-7): Lydia Lo 1 3-4 5; Betra Amare 0 0-1 0; Rylee Nelson 0 1-3 1; Jakki Burma 1 4-10 6; Aja Paul 0 1-2 1; Liza Konechne 0 1-2 1. Totals: 2 10-24 14.

FG: LB - 20-60 33%; SBA - 2-31 7%. 3-pt FG: LB - 5-20 (K. Wells 3, Middletent and A. Wells); SBA - 0-4. Rebounds: LB - 41 (St. Cloud 12); SBA - 30 (Burma 13)

Lake Preston 45, Iroquois/Doland 42
LAKE PRESTON — Lake Preston rallied in the second half for a 45-42 victory against Iroquois/Doland on Monday.

Faith Steffensen and Hadlee Holdt had 16 and 15 points, respectively, to lead the Lady Divers, who improved to 4-4.

Anna Decker had 14 points to lead three players in double figures for Iroquois/Doland, which is now 2-5. Kera Dubro had 12 points, while Rebecca Bich finished with 10 points.

Both teams are back in action Thursday. Lake Preston is at De Smet, while Iroquois/Doland travels to face Leola/Frederick Area.

Iroquois/Doland     6  19  27  42
Lake Preston     6  13  27  45

Iroquois/Doland (2-5): Harley Nelson 0 0-1 0; Kera Dubro 6 0-0 12; Taylynn Iron Hawk 1 0-0 3; Anna Decker 6 1-3 14; Katie Dubro 1 1-2 3; Rebecca Bich 4 1-3 10. Totals: 18 3-9 42.

Lake Preston (4-4): Marissa Rober 3 0-0 7; Ava Malone 0 5-6 5; Jocelyn Steffensen 1 0-4 2; Faith Steffensen 4 7-9 16; Hadlee Holt 6 3-8 15. Totals: 14 15-27 45,

Rebounds: ID 37 (Kera Dubro 13); LP45 (F. Steffensen 16). 3-point goals: ID 3-12 (Iron Hawk 1, Decker 1, Bich 1); LP 2-9 (Rober 1, F. Steffensen 1). Turnovers: ID 23; LP 19. Assists: ID 15 (Katie Dubro 7); LP 11 (Rober 6). Steals ID 11 (Nelson 3); LP 12 (Malone 5). Fouls: ID 16; LP 12.

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