Area basketball 2-14

PHOTO CONTRIBUTED Hitchcock-Tulare’s Elizabeth Salmen scored her 1,000th career point during a 64-34 victory against Iroquois/Doland on Thursday in Iroquois.

Miller 50, Wessington Springs 25
WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Miller built a 28-7 lead in the opening half en route to a 50-25 victory against Wessington Springs on Thursday.
Kadye Fernholz led the Rustlers with 15 points, seven rebounds and four assists. VonnaGail Schlechter and Abby Ketelhut added 11 points each.
Avery Orth had nine points to lead Wessington Springs, while Grace Gran added six points. Piper Jones snagged six rebounds and Makayla Dornbusch had two assists.
Miller, which is now 11-5, travels to play Todd County on Saturday. Wessington Springs (3-15) will face Kimball/White Lake in Kimball on Tuesday.

Miller         13  28  45  50
Wessington Springs       1    7  18  25
Miller (11-5): Kadye Fernholz 6 3-4 15; VonnaGail Schlechter 4 2-4 11; Abby Ketelhut 5 0-1 11; Mogran Kolda 2 0-0 5; Tyra Gates 1 0-0 3; Jaden Werdel 1 0-0 2. Totals: 19 5-9 50.
Wessington Springs (3-15): Avery Orth 4 1-2 9; Grace Gran 3 0-2 6; Chloe Munsen 1 1-4 3; Piper Jones 0 2-3 2; Kirstie Munsen 1 0-0 2; Angie Paulson 1 0-0 2; Harlee Heim 0 1-2 1. Totals: 10 5-13 25
Rebounds: M 27 (Fernholz 7); WS 30 (Jones 6). 3-point goals: M 4 (Schlechter 1, Ketelhut 1, Kolda 1, Gates 1); WS 0. Turnovers: M 11; WS 20. Assists: M 9 (Fernholz 4); WS 5 (Dornbusch 2). Steals: M 1; WS 2. Fouls: M 14; WS 9.

Hamlin 45, Redfield 37
REDFIELD - The Redfield Pheasants fell behind in the second quarter and could never get on track on the evening against the Hamlin Chargers, losing 45-37 on Thursday evening.
The Chargers were led by Kylee Wadsworth with 15 points and Kami Wadsworth with 10 points as they moved to 16-2 on the season.
Kailee Clausen had a huge game for the Pheasants, putting in 20 points, including 11 of 12 from the charity stripe, though Redfield fell to 12-5 on the year. Georgia Kuehn led Redfield with nine rebounds.
Redfield travels to Mellette to take on Northwestern on Tuesday.

Hamlin     11 23 37 45
Redfield     11 16 22 37

Boys
Ipswich 61, Sunshine Bible Academy 44
MILLER — Will Kadlec had 28 points to lead Ipswich to a 61-44 victory against Sunshine Bible Academy on Thursday.
The Tigers, who improved to 10-6, used a 22-12 run to take a 39-17 lead at the half.
Will Kadlec also had team highs with eight rebounds and five assists, while Ty Kadlec recorded five steals.
Jade Burma had 19 points to lead three players in double figures for the Crusaders, who are now 5-12. Dylan Hass and Daniel Kegbeh added 11 and 10 points, respectively.
Burma also had 15 rebounds for SBA, while Hass had four assists.
Sunshine Bible will travel to face Sully Buttes on Tuesday.

Ipswich             17  39  55  61
Sunshine Bible Academy     15  27  39  44
Ipswich (10-6): Will Kadlec 10 3-5 28; Ethan Gilbert 1 0-1 2; Josh McQuarie 3 0-0 7; Max Geditz 3 0-0 8; Taylor Thorson 4 1-2 9; Jordan Richardt 1 0-0 3; Eric Severson 1 0-0 2; Tucker Green 1 0-0 2. Totals: 24 4-8 61.
Sunshine Bible Academy(5-12): EJ Big Eagle 2 0-0 4; Daniel Kegbeh 4 2-6 10; Dylan Hass 5 1-1 11; Jade Burma 8 3-4 19. Totals: 19 6-11 44.
Rebounds: I 36 (Kadlec 8); SBA 34 (Burma 15). 3-point goals: I 9 (Kadlec 5, Geditz 2, McQuarie 1, Richardt 1); SBA 0. Turnovers: I 10; SBA 20. Assists: I 16 (Kadlec 5); SBA 10 (Hass 4). Steals: I 17 (T. Kadlec 5); SBA 7. Fouls: I 13; SBA 13.

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