Area basketball 1-13

PHOTO BY MIKE CARROLL/PLAINSMAN James Valley Christian’s Karilyn Wieting splits Oldham-Ramona/Rutland defenders Julie Trygstad, right, and Josie Timm after coming up with a steal during their game Tuesday at the JVC gym.

James Valley Christian 52, Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 42
HURON - The James Valley Christian Lady Vikings jumped out to an early 23-1 first-quarter lead and then had to hold on through a furious second-half comeback to come away with the home victory 52-42 over the Oldham-Ramona/Rutland Raiders Tuesday.

Brenna Held led the way for the Lady Vikings with 17 points. Karilyn Wieting added 16 points as James Valley moves to 6-5 on the season.

Freshman Julia Trygstad led the Raiders' second-half comeback, scoring 21 of her game-high 25 points in the second half, though the Raiders fell to 1-6 on the year. Alivia Bickett added 12 points.

JVC opens 281 Conference tournament play Friday at Hitchcock/Tulare.

ORR       1   7 23 42
JVC     23 32 45 52

Oldham-Ramona/Rutland (1-6): Josie Timm 1 0-0 2, Julia Trygstad 11 3-7, Alivia Bickett 4 1-1 12, Brooklyn Hogeman 0 1-5 1, Bailey Hyland 1 0-0 2. Totals: 17 5-13 42.

James Valley Christian (6-5): Abby Hasart 1 2-2 4, Kerslyn Fast 1 0-0 2, Karilyn Wieting 6 2-5 16, Emily Hasart 2 0-0 4, Brenna Held 8 1-3 17, Kaylie Peterson 1 0-0 2, Alexa Goertz 1 0-0 3, Abby Hamilton 1 0-0 2, Colleen Wipf 1 0-0 2. Totals: 22 5-10 52.

Mount Vernon/Plankinton 60, Wessington Springs 22
WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Mount Vernon/Plankinton rolled to a 29-6 lead after one quarter and never looked back, romping to a 60-22 win over the Wessington Springs Spartans in non-conference girls’ basketball action Tuesday night. The Class “A” Titans move to 5-2 on the season while the Spartans, who play in Class “B” fall to 1-8.

Emilee Fox laced the nets for 22 points and had a game-high 10 rebounds for the double-double to pace MV/P in the win.

Teammate Maria Baker added 10 points and nine rebounds in the contest.

Kirstie Munsen scored six points to lead the Spartans, while both Avery Orth and Harlee Heim claimed seven rebounds in the game.

The Spartans will travel to Wolsey for the opening round of the 281 Conference Tournament on Friday.

MV/P         29 46 60 60
Wess Sprgs       6 13 22 22

Mount Vernon/Plankinton (5-2): Emilee Fox 9 0-0 23; Maria Baker 4 2-2 10; Shyla Tobin 3 0-0 8; Hallie Schmidt 3 0-2 7; Reagan Rus 1 1-2 3; Kyla Schmidt 1 1-2 3; Morgan Boyd 1 0-0 2; Cally Faulhaber 1 0-0 2; TAylor Morenz 0 1-2 1. Totals: 23 6-12 60.

Wessington Springs (1-8): Kirstie Munsen 3 0-0 6; Avery Orth 2 1-3 5; Harlee Heim 2 1-2 5; Angela Paulson 1 0-0 2; Carissa Scheel 1 0-0 2; Madison Privett 1 0-0 2. Totals: 10 2-5 22.

FG: MVP - 23-50 46%; WS - 10-41 24%. 3PT FG: MVP - 8-17 47% (Fox 5, Tobin 2, H. Schmidt 1); WS - 0-8. Rebounds: MVP - 29 (Fox 10, Baker 9); WES - 23 (Orth 7, Heim 7); Turnovers: MVP - 11; WS - 18. Fouls: MVP - 3; WS - 8.

Miller 45, Redfield 39
REDFIELD — The Miller Rustlers pushed their season record to 5-3 Tuesday night, with a 45-39 overtime win over the Redfield Pheasants in girls’ basketball action.

The teams played evenly throughout regulation - Miller was up by one at the half and four after three quarters, but the Pheasants came back and forced overtime, but there was not enough gas left in the tank for the home team.

Tyra Gates scored 16 points and Morgan Kolda added 12 to lead the Rustlers to the victory.

Addison Rozell scored 17 points and had 15 rebounds - both game-high totals - for the Pheasants, who fall to 5-3 with the loss.

Redfield travels to Sisseton on Friday, while Miller is back in action Thursday, when it hosts Sully Buttes.

Miller     11 17 30 37 45
Redfield       7 16 26 37 39

Miller (5-3): Macie Werdel 1 1-2 4; Morgan Kolda 4 1-2 12; Tyra Gates 6 3-4 16; Jodey Werdel 3 0-0 7; Abbi Blake 2 0-0 4; Ally Mullaney 1 0-0 2. Totals: 17 5-8 45.

Redfield (5-3): Camryn Rohlfs 1 3-4 6; Faith Jandel 1 0-2 2; Chelsea Smith 4 2-2 8; Addison Rozell 5 6-9 17; Teryn Jandel 2 0-1 4. Totals: 13 11-19 39.

De Smet 59, JVC 44
HURON — After trailing 17-16 at the end of the opening quarter, De Smet pulled away for a 59-44 victory against James Valley Christian on Monday.

MacKenzie Zell had a pair of 3-pointers and Emma Albrecht added another in the second quarter to help the Lady Bulldogs build a 32-26 advantage at the half. They then carried a 48-39 lead into the final quarter.

Kennedi Buchholz connected on 12 field goals and finished with 26 points to lead De Smet, which improved to 6-4. Emma Albrecht and MacKenzie Zell also reached double figures with 12 points each.

Karilyn Wieting led JVC with a game-high 27 points, which included four of the team’s five 3-pointers. Brenna Held added eight points.

De Smet                          16  32  48  59
James Valley Christian 17  26  39  44

De Smet (6-4): Emma Albrecht 5 0-0 12; Cori Birkel 2 0-2 4; Camryn Schmidt 0 1-2 1; Kennadi Buchholz 12 2-4 26; MacKenzie Zell 4 2-2 12; Alyssa Asleson 1 0-0 2; Ella Poppinga 1 0-0 2. Totals: 25 5-10 59.

James Valley Christian (5-5): Abby Hasart 1 0-0 2; Karilyn Wieting 9 5-5 27; Kerstyn Fast 1 0-0 2; Emily Hasart 1 0-0 2; Brenna Held 3 2-4 8; Kaylie Robinson 1 0-0 3. Totals: 16 7-9 44.

Boys

De Smet 54, Howard 51
DE SMET — The De Smet Bulldogs were up to the challenge Tuesday night, holding off a determined Howard Tiger ballclub and dealing the Tigers their first loss of the season, 54-51 in non-conference boys’ basketball.

The two teams swapped the lead throughout the first half, until De Smet opened just a bit of daylight in the third quarter, getting just enough of a cushion to stand up.

Howard’s Sam Aslesen led all scorers, with a game-high 23 points, but he was the lone Howard player to dent double figures in the contest.

De Smet, meanwhile, got 20 points from Kalen Garry, 12 from Tory Holland and 11 from Rett Osthus as the trio led the Bulldogs to the win. Both teams shot similar numbers from the field, although De Smet had a decided advantage from behind the three-point arc.

Cody Cavanaugh led De Smet, now 8-1, with eight rebounds, while Jace Sifore led all rebounders with 11 boards for the Tigers.

De Smet is at Lake Preston on Friday night.

Howard     14 26 35 51
De Smet       9 27 39 54

Howard (7-1): Brayden Hinker 1 4-5 7; Sam Aslesan 7 8-9 23; Jace Sifore 4 0-0 8; Tisyn Spacer 1 1-2 4; Ryder Erickson 2 2-2 6; Samuel Callies 1 0-0 3. Totals: 16 15-19 51.

De Smet (8-1): Ethan McCune 1 0-0 3; Tory Holland 3 4-6 12; Rett Osthus 4 1-3 11; Kalen Garry 9 0-0 20; Cody Cavanaugh 0 2-2 2; Damon Wilkinson 3 0-0 6. Totals: 20 7-15 54.

FG: H - 16-41 39%; D - 20-51 39%. 3PT FG: H - 4-11 36% (Hinker, Aslesen, Spacer and Callies); D - 7-19 37% (Holland 2, Osthus 2, Garry 2, McCune). Rebounds: H - 28 (Sifore 11); D - 29 (Cavanaugh 8). Turnovers: H - 10; D - 5> Fouls: H - 12; D - 16.

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 58, Kimball/White Lake 49
WOONSOCKET - Tryce Slykhuis had a huge night to lead the Sanborn Central/Woonsocket Blackhawks over the Kimball/White Lake WiLdKats by a score of 58-49 in Woonsocket Tuesday night.

Slykhuis scored 32 to lead all scorers as the Blackhawks move to 2-5 on the season. Toby Kneen had a double-double for the Blackhawks with 10 points and 13 rebounds.

The WiLdKats fall to 2-5 on the season. They were led by Benet Namanny with 14 points and Jaxon Christensen with 12 points.

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket hosts Iroquois/Doland on Thursday in Woonsocket.

Advertisement


Video News
More In Sports