Area basketball 2-19

PHOTOS BY MIKE CARROLL/PLAINSMAN Hitchcock-Tulare’s Madison Hofer puts up a shot over Wolsey-Wessington’s Macie Luce during their game Thursday in Wolsey. In the second photo, Wolsey-Wessington’s Jake Williams handles the ball against defensive pressure by Hitchcock-Tulare’s Carter Binger during their game Thursday.

Wolsey-Wessington 80, Hitchcock-Tulare 39
WOLSEY – The Wolsey-Wessington Warbirds took an early lead and then created significant distance with long distance shooting in the second half, hitting 13 three-point baskets as a team to cruise to a victory over the Hitchcock-Tulare Patriots 80-39 Thursday night in Wolsey.

Four scorers reached double figures as the Warbirds move to 12-6 on the year. Carson Zomer led the team with 19 points off the bench, including five three-point baskets.

Tristan Abbott put down 17 points, Corbin Haarmeyer knocked in 15 points, and Ethan Nelson scored 14 points to aid in the Warbirds victory.

The Patriots drop to 4-13 on the season. Jackson Maynard led Hitchcock-Tulare off the bench with eight points.

The Warbirds close out their season Saturday in Warner playing against Florence/Henry. Hitchcock/Tulare is off until their season finale, Feb. 26 against Northwestern in Tulare.

Hitchcock-Tulare     12 18 30 39
Wolsey-Wessington     22 31 54 80

Ipswich 56, Hitchcock-Tulare 39
TULARE – After jumping out to a 37-16 halftime lead, the Ipswich Tigers coasted to a 56-39 road victory over the Hitchcock-Tulare Patriots Tuesday night in Tulare.

The Tigers moved to 12-5 on the season with the victory. Josh McQuarie scored 12 points to lead Ipswich while Matt Hettich added 11 points.

Freshman Jackson Maynard led all scorers for Hitchcock-Tulare (4-12) with 17 points.

The Patriots travel to Wolsey to battle the Warbirds Thursday in 281 Conference action.

Ipswich         18 37 48 56
Hitchcock-Tulare       6 16 23 39

Ipswich (12-5): Ty Kadlee 3 0-0 7, Taylor Thorson 3 0-0 6, Matt Hettich 4 2-4 11, Josh McQuarie 5 1-2 12, Eric Severson 2 1-2 5, Dylan Owens 1 0-0 3, Carson Gohl 1 0-0 2, Jordan Nierman 1 0-0 3, Carter Geditz 2 0-0 4, Colby Sylte 1 0-0 3. Totals: 23 4-8 56.

Hitchcock-Tulare (4-12): Kyle Hamilton 1 0-0 2, Cody Wright 0 1-2 1, Alex Clark 0 4-4 4, TJ Salmen 1 2-2 4, Cole Schroeder 1 0-0 2, Erik Salmen 3 0-0 7, Landon Puffer 1 0-0 2, Jackson Maynard 8 1-2 17. Totals: 15 8-10 39.

Leola/Fredrick 80, Iroquois/Doland 33
DOLAND — The Leola/Fredrick Titans put four players in double figures Tuesday night, pushing their season record to 5-12 with an 80-33 win over the Iroquois/Doland Chiefs in non-conference boys’ basketball.

Isaac Sumption led all scores in the game with 26 points for the Titans, While both Mason Waltman and Haydn Podoll added 11 and Vincent Petrich chipped in 10. Mason Hinz had a game-high 10 boards for Leola/Fredrick.

Keith Hagen scored 18 points and claimed nine rebounds to lead the Chiefs, who fell to 1-18 with the loss. Iroquois/Doland will close the regular season at Deubook Area on Saturday.

Leola/Fredrick     25 46 65 80
Iroquois/Doland     11 19 25 33

Leola/Fredrick (5-12): Isaac Sumption 9 4-4 26; Stephen Achen 2 0-0 4; Mason Waltman 5 0-0 11; Mason Hinz 0 1-2 1; Haydn Podoll 5 1-2 11; Vincent Petrich 4 2-2 10; Ethan Morlock 2 0-0 5; Hans Lapka 3 0-0 6; Colton Spitzer 3 0-0 6. 33 8-11 80

Iroquois/Doland (1-18): Logan Peskey 1 0-1 3; Justin Bice 1 4-4 6; Teagan Mason 0 1-2 1; Keith Hagen 7 4-7 18; Colton Nelson 1 2-2 5. Totals: 10 11-16 33.

FG: LF - 33-65 51%; ID - 10-51 20%. 3-pt FG: LD - 6-19 32% (Sumption 4, Walton and Morlock); ID - 2-25 8% (Pesky and Nelson). Rebounds: LD - 49 (Hinz 10); ID - 28 (Hagen 9). Turnovers: LD - 17; ID - 23. Fouls: LD - 16; ID - 11.

Redfield 70, Northwestern 40
REDFIELD — The Redfield Pheasants completely shut down the Northwestern Wildcats in the second half Tuesday night, en route to a 70-40 non-conference boys’ basketball win that pushed their record to 10-8 on the season.

Redfield led 30-26 at the half, but held the Wildcats to 14 points in the final two quarters, while rolling up 40 for the win.

Jaxson Frankenstein scored 23 points to lead the Pheasants, while Paul Juarez added 19 and Peyton Osborn chipped in 15 for Redfield.

Jace Haven scored 18 points for Northwestern, which falls to 6-8 with the loss.

Redfield travels to Webster on Thursday.

Northwestern     13 26 37 40
Redfield         14 30 48 70

Northwestern (6-8): Jude Orhmeier 2 0-2 5; Jace Haven 5 6-7 18; Chase Neiber 2 0-0 6; Sam Groft 2 2-2 8; Hunter Schipke 0 1-2 1; Chris Toennies 0 2-2 2; Lincoln Woodring 0 0-1 0; Jacob Olson 0 0-1 0. Totals: 11 11-17 40.

Redfield (10-8): Isaac Suchor 2 0-2 5; Paul Juarez 5 7-10 19; Peyton Osborn 5 0-0 15; Jaxson Frankenstein 8 6-6 23; Tommy Shantz 1 0-0 2; Mitchell Mack 3 0-0 6. Totals: 24 13-18 70.

Clark/Willow Lake 52, Britton/Hecla 31
BRITTON — The Clark/Willow Lake  Cyclones led from the outset Tuesday night, as they downed the Britton/Hecla Braves 52-31 in boys’ basketball action.

Tyler O’Neill led the Cyclones, who improve to 10-7 with the win, with 15 points.

Dave Feldhaus led the Braves with seven points. Britton/Hecla falls to 1-17.

Clark/Willow Lake hosts Tiospa Zina on Tuesday.

Clark/Willow Lake     14 25 38 52
Britton/Hecla       7 11 14 31

Clark/Willow Lake (10-7): Trey Huber 1 0-0 2; Brady Jordan 2 0-0 5; Tyler O’Neill 6 1-2 15; Kaleb Marx 3 0-1 6; Renner Veckler 4 0-0 8; Noah Boykin 3 0-0 6; Kaplan Felberg 1 0-0 2; Wyatt Anderson 1 0-0 3; Mitchell Larson 2 0-0 5. Totals: 23 1-3 52.

Britton/Hecla (1-17): Dave Feldhaus 3 0-0 7; Dawson Wade 2 0-0 4; Aidan Frederickson 2 0-0 5; BoDell Davidson 1 1-2 4; Gage Storley 1 1-2 4; Konner Forman 1 2-2 4; Luke Storley 1 0-0 3. Totals: 11 4-6 31.

Mitchell Christian 56, James Valley Christian 47
HURON — After building a 32-14 lead at the half, Mitchell Christian held on for a 56-47 victory against James Valley Christian on Friday.

Landon Wallman converted on nine 3-pointers to establish a new school record for James Valley Christian. He finished with 27 points and had a team-high seven rebounds.

Landon Wager also reached double figures for the Vikings with 14 points. Ben Kleinsasser had three steals.

No statistics were available for Mitchell Christian.

Girls

Wolsey-Wessington 58, Hitchcock-Tulare 57
WOLSEY — A see-saw affair that pitted two of the best teams in the 281 Conference saw both teams pull out in front by notable margins at different points in the first three quarters, play an incredibly close fourth quarter, then see the game pushed to overtime on a last-second three-point basket.

In the end, the Wolsey-Wessington Lady Warbirds outlasted the Hitchcock-Tulare Lady Patriots 58-57 in overtime Thursday night in Wolsey in the final game of the season for both clubs.

Leah Williams had a huge night for the Lady Warbirds, scoring 26 points as Wolsey-Wessington moved to 12-8 on the season. Macie Luce bucketed 12 points and Mya Boomsma added 10 points for the Lady Warbirds as they clinched a regular season 281 Conference championship.

Hitchcock-Tulare fell to 9-8. Dannyn Peterson led the way for the Lady Patriots with 17 points.

Madison Hofer and Katelyn Schroeder each added 12 points.

Both teams will open postseason play in the Region 3B tournament next week.

Hitchcock-Tulare         11 23 34 50 57
Wolsey-Wessington     5 22 40 50 58

Hitchcock-Tulare (9-8): Kenidee Enander 3 1-2 8, Madison Hofer 4 0-0 12, Ashley Masat 1 6-8 8, Dannyn Peterson 4 9-13 17, Katelyn Schroeder 4 2-3 12. Totals: 18 18-26 57.

Wolsey-Wessington (12-8): Leah Williams 7 11-17 26, Macie Luce 5 2-4 12, Mya Boomsma 4 0-2 10, Hailey Clarke 2 0-0 6, Faith Nelson 2 0-0 4. Totals: 20 13-23 58.

Estelline/Hendricks 74, Iroquois/Doland 35
ESTELLINE — Kylie Beare had 29 points, four assists and three steals to lead Estelline/Hendricks to a 74-35 victory against Iroquois/Doland on Monday.

After leading 32-21 at the half, the Redhawks outscored the Lady Chiefs 42-14 in the final two quarters to pull away for the win.

Kenzy Beare and Jordan Saathoff each had nine points for Estelline/Hendricks. Saathoff also had a team-high 10 rebounds.

Katie Dubro and Harley Nelson led Iroquois/Doland with 10 and nine points, respectively.
Anna Decker had seven points, while Jorja Huls added six points.

Dubro also had nine rebounds for the Lady Chiefs, who finished the regular season at 4-16, while Huls had two steals.

Iroquois/Doland       8  21  31  35
Estelline/Hendricks     12  32  52  74

Iroquois/Doland (4-16): Harley Nelson 3 2-4 9; Jorja Huls 2 2-5 6; Anna Decker 3 0-0 7; Kaitlyn Maas 1 0-0 2; Katie Dubro 4 0-0 10; Satoya Myers 0 1-2 1. Totals: 13 5-15 35.

Estelline/Hendricks (8-10): Kylie Beare 8 11-15 29; Kate Wegner 2 0-0 4; Kaylee Johnson 3 1-2 8; Kenzy Beare 2 5-6 9; Jordan Saathoff 3 3-6 9; Sadie Johnson 2 3-5 7; Julie Williams 0 2-2 2; Brooke Johsnon 0 1-2 1; Emily Johnson 1 1-2 3; Danielle Hawley 1 0-0 2. Totals: 22 27-40 74.

Rebounds: ID 43 (Dubro 9); EH 50 (Saathoff 12). 3-point goals: ID 4 (Dubro 2, Nelson 1, Decker 1); EH 3 (Kylie Beare 2, K. Johnson 1). Turnovers: ID 18; EH 9. Assists: ID 1; EH 9 (Kylie Beare 4). Steals: ID 8 (Huls 2); EH 17 (Kylie Beare 3). Fouls: ID 22; EH 15.

Redfield 58, Northwestern 25
REDFIELD – The Redfield Pheasants took a commanding lead in the third quarter en route to a 58-25 victory over the Northwestern Wildcats Tuesday night in Redfield.

Addison Rozell led the Pheasants with 26 points and 13 rebounds. Faith Jandel pitched in 13 points for Redfield, who moves to 13-6 on the season with the victory.

Northwestern falls to 4-9 with the loss. Hanna Schentzel and Jessica Boekelheide each scored 10 points for the Wildcats.

The Pheasants took the junior varsity game by a 35-21 score.

Redfield hosts Webster Friday to close out its season.

Northwestern       6 15 22 25
Redfield         11 26 45 58

Northwestern (4-9): Ella Haven 1 1-2 3, Hanna Schentzel 3 2-2 10, Jessica Boekelheide 3 4-4 10, Ashley Haven 1 0-0 2. Totals: 8 7-8 25.

Redfield (13-6): Camryn Rohlfs 2 2-2 6, Faith Jandel 4 3-3 13, Katie Rozell 1 2-4 4, Alison Larson 1 1-2 3, Addison Rozell 9 3-5 26, Chelsea Smith 2 0-0 4, Gracie Fast 1 0-0 2. Totals: 20 11-16 58.

Clark/Willow Lake 53, Britton/Hecla 18
BRITTON — The Clark/Willow Lake Cyclones sprinted to a 24-8 lead at the half and coasted home to a 53-18 win over the Britton/Hecla Braves Tuesday night in girls’ basketball action.

Jada Burke led all scorers with 21 points for the Cyclones and Kayla Jordan added 11, as Clark/Willow Lake improved to 6-13 with the win.

For Britton/Hecla, which falls to 1-17, Sterling Brassfield scored five points.

The Cyclones host Sisseton tonight in the regular season finale.

Clark/Willow Lake      8 24 41 53
Britton/Hecla     4   8 13 18

Clark/Willow Lake (6-13): Charity Kubwe 1 0-0 2; Chayla Vig 0 2-4 2; Jada Burke 9 0-0 21; Alicia Vig 1 0-2 2; Jaycie Forbes 2 0-0 5; Kayla Jordan 4 0-0 11; Allison Kannegieter 0 1-4 1; Haylee Tormanen 4 0-1 8; Shelby Anderson 0 1-2 1. 21 4-12 53.

Britton/Hecla (1-17): Marissa Sumption 2 0-0 4; McKayla Zuelke 0 1-3 1; Dee Ann Hagerson 1 0-0 2; Sterling Brassfield 1 3-6 5; Chloe Forman 1 0-0 2; Alyssa James 2 0-0 4; Jayden Bender 0 0-1 0. Totals: 7 4-10 18.

Sully Buttes 69, Sunshine Bible Academy 17
MILLER — The Sully Buttes Chargers raced to an 18-point lead after the first quarter and coasted home with a 69-17 win over the Sunshine Bible Academy Crusaders Tuesday night, in non-conference girls’ basketball action.

Sully Buttes, now 10-9 on the season, was led by Stevie Wittler’s 25 points, while Calleigh Chicoine added 10. Allyson Wittler and Lydia Hill each claimed nine rebounds for the Chargers.

SBA, which remains winless at 0-15, got 14 points and six rebounds from Taylor Nelson. SBA will close out the regular season on Friday at North Central in Roscoe.

Sully Buttes       24 45 53 69
Sunshine Bible Academy 6 15 17 17

Sully Buttes (10-9): Jill Hofer 1 0-0 2; Calleigh Chicoine 4 0-0 10; Stevie Wittler 10 3-6 25; Allyson Wittler 1 0-0 9; Tallyn Bradford 1 0-0 2; Caitlin Birney 1 0-0 3; Adriana Osterkamp 1 0-0 2; Addison Chicoine 1 0-2 3; Lydia Hill 2 2-4 6; Natalie Miles 2 1-2 5; Trinity Kenzy 1 0-0 2. Totals: 28 6-14 69.

Sunshine Bible Academy (0-15): Betra Amare 0 0-2 0; Taylor Nelson 6 2-8 14; Addison Pearl 1 0-0 3. Totals: 7 2-10 17.

FG: SB - 28-55 51%; SBA - 7-39 18%. 3-pt FG: SB - 7-14 50% (C. Chicoine 2, S. Wittler 2, A. Wittler, Birney and A. Chicoine). SBA - 1-15 7% (Pearl). Rebounds: SB - 41 (A. Wittler 9, Hill 9); SBA - 26 (NElson 6). Turnovers; SB - 6; SBA - 19. Fouls: SB - 9; SBA - 11.

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