Area basketball 2-6


Sanborn Central-Woonsocket 66, Iroquois 47
IROQUOIS — A dominant 66-47 win was recorded by the boys’ Sanborn Central-Woonsocket Blackhawks basketball team, in a game hosted by the Iroquois Chiefs, Tuesday night.
The Blackhawks were led by Noah Dickson with 32 points for the team, while Tater Moody tallied another 14 in winning efforts. Sanborn Central-Woonsocket improved to an 11-6 season record after the win.
Keistan Dubro led Iroquois with 21 points, 11 more were totaled by Adam Keating, while Brandon Decker had 10 more for the Chiefs.
Sanborn Central-Woonsocket will take on Highmore-Harrold at Woonsocket on Friday, as Iroquois is set to travel to Hitchcock on Thursday.

Sanborn Central-Woonsocket     20 16 18 8 — 66
Iroquois             16 9 10 12 — 47
Sanborn Central-Woonsocket (11-6): Noah Dickson 15 2-6 32; Tater Moody 5 2-2 14; Speis Schlicht 3 2-2 8; Sawyer Senska 2 0-0 5; Malachi Bruce 2 0-0 4; Trey Ulmer 1 0-0 3; Cayden Slykuis 0 0-2 0. Totals: 28 6-12 66.
Iroquois (0-18): Keistan Dubro 10 0-0 21; Adam Keating 4 0-1 11; Brandon Decker 4 0-0 10; Addison Reed 2 1-2 5. Totals: 20 1-3 47.

De Smet 67, Flandreau 55
FLANDREAU — The De Smet Bulldogs improved to 12-2 on the season, as they defeated the Flandreau Flyers 67-55 in non-conference boys’ basketball action Tuesday night.
De Smet got 27 points from Kalen Garry, while Rett Osthus added 13 and Ethan McCune chipped in 12.
Flandreau, which falls to 7-7 with the loss, got 23 points and nine rebounds from Nate Kneebone, while Tash Luday added 15 points and Chase LeBrun chipped in 13.
De Smet is on the road at Wolsey-Wessington on Thursday night, while Flandreau hosts Clark-Willow Lake on Saturday.

Clark-Willow Lake 63, Sisseton 46
SISSETON — The Clark-Willow Lake Cyclones clamped down on defense in the fourth quarter, limiting the Sisseton Redmen to only three points in the period, and racing to a 63-46 win in non-conference boys’ basketball action Tuesday night.
The Cyclones got balanced scoring, as four players dented double figures in the game. Jacob Prouty scored 17 and Stone Burke added 17 for Clark-Willow Lake, which improves to 13-1 with the win. Grayson Florey scored 13 and Micah Burke chipped in 10.
Ransey Heinecke led all scorers with 22 points for the Redmen, who fall to 4-9 with the loss.
Clark-Willow Lake travels to Flandreau on Saturday.

Clark-Willow Lake         12 23 44 63
Sisseton             18 31 43 46
Clark-Willow Lake (13-1): Grayson Florey 5 0-0 13; Jacob Prouty 7 3-4 18; Micah Burke 3 4-4 10; Stone Burke 6 4-5 17;
Travis O’Neill 2 0-0 5. Totals: 23 11-13 63.
Sisseton (4-9): Nate Nielsen 3 0-1 6; Ty Peterson 0 3-5 3; Sage Flute 1 0-0 2; anthony Tchida 2 0-0 4; Ramsey Heinecke 8 3-3 22; Dylan Goodhart 2 3-3 9; Levi Greseth 0 0-2 0. Totals: 16 9-14 46.

James Valley Christian 65, Hitchcock-Tulare 28
HURON — James Valley Christian outscored Hitchcock-Tulare 17-9 in the second quarter en route to a 65-28 victory in a 281 Conference matchup on Monday.
Braden Held had 18 points, including four 3-pointers, to lead the Vikings. Josh Wieting connected on a trio of 3-pointers on his way to 17 points, while Colton Schweigert added 15 points.
Derek Thompson grabbed 10 rebounds to help JVC to a 42-28 advantage on the boards. Darrian Hood had a team-high three assists, while Schweigert had a pair of steals.
Ty Hofer was the lone player in double figures for Hitchcock-Tulare with 13 points. Grant Hamilton and Dawson Gahm added six and five points, respectively.
Hamilton, Gahm and Cody Wright shared the rebounding honors for the Patriots with four boards each. Hofer had a pair of assists, while Bailey Binger had four steals.

Hitchcock-Tulare         10  19  26  28
James Valley Christian     13  30  42  65
Hitchcock-Tulare: Ty Hofer 6 1-2 13; Grant Hamilton 2 2-2 6; Dawson Gahm 2 1-3 5; Jack Boomsma 1 0-0 2; Kyle Hamilton 1 0-0 2; Cody Wright 0 0-3 0. Totals: 12 4-10 28.
James Valley Christian: Braden Held 6 2-2 18; Josh Wieting 7 0-0 17; Colton Schweigert 7 0-0 15; Zach Kleinsasser 2 0-0 5; Derek Thompson 0 3-6 3; Zach Hofer 1 0-0 2; Darrian Hood 1 0-2 2; Karlus Waldner 1 0-0 2. Totals; 25 5-10 65.
Rebounds: HT 28 (G. Hamilton 4, Gahm 4, Wright 4); JVC 42 (Thompson 10). 3-point goals: HT 0; JVC 10 (Held 4, Wieting 3, Schweigert 1, Kleinsasser 1, Hofer 1). Turnovers: HT 17; JVC 15. Assists: HT 3 (Hofer 2); JVC 15 (Hood 3). Steals: HT 12 (Binger 4); JVC 5 (Schweigert 2). Fouls: HT 10; JVC 15.

De Smet 59, Castlewood 56
CASTLEWOOD — After outscoring Castlewood 20-11 in the opening quarter, De Smet held on for a 59-56 victory on Monday.
Rett Osthus had 18 points to lead three players in double figures for the Bulldogs, who improved to 11-2. Kalen Garry and Trevin Holland had 16 and 15 points, respectively, while Cody Cavanaugh added eight points.
Ethan McCune had nine rebounds to help De Smet to a 32-28 edge on the boards. Osthus also had a team-high four assists.
Brandon Benike finished with a game-high 29 points and had three steals for Castlewood, which is 7-8. Noah Wiersma had team highs with 12 rebounds and five assists.

De Smet         20  32  42  59
Castlewood     11  24  41  56
De Smet (11-2): Kalen garry 7 0-0 16; Ethan McCune 1 0-0 2; Trevin Holland 6 0-0 15; Rett Osthus 7 2-3 18; Cody Cavanaugh 3 1-1 8. Totals: 24 3-4 59.
Castlewood (7-8): Ryder Johnson 3 0-0 9; Kyler Tvedt 1 0-0 3; Brandon Benike 11 5-7 29; Noah Wiersma 4 1-2 9; Kaden Eng 1 0-0 2; Garret Kerkvliet 1 0-1 2; Jamison Ries 1 0-0 2. Totals: 22 6-10 56.
Rebounds: D 32 (McCune 9); C 28 ( Wiersma 12). 3-point goals: D 8 (Holland 3, Garry 2, Osthus 2, Cavanaugh 1); C 6 (Johnson 3, Benike 2, Tvedt 1). Turnovers: D 10; C 9. Assists: D 16 (Cavanaugh 8); C 13 (Wiersma 5).  Steals: D 2; C 6 (Benike 3). Fouls: D 12; C 11.

GIRLS
James Valley Christian 45, Mitchell Christian 43
HURON — The James Valley Christian Lady Vikings claimed a 45-43 victory over the Mitchell Christian Golden Eagles, as both teams fought hard for the win at a two point difference in the final score, in Class “B” girls’ basketball action, Tuesday night at Huron.
Brenna Held led the Lady Vikings with 17 points, while Emily Hasart added another 12 for the team to assist in the win. James Valley Christian now holds an improved record of 6-10 on the season.
Amma Cooper led the Golden Eagles, now dropped to a 6-9 season record, with a game-high of 19 points. Cooper also led the rebounders with 10.
Mitchell will host Wolsey-Wessington on Tuesday, while James Valley Christian invite Leola-Frederick Area to Huron on Thursday.

James Valley Christian     12 9 14 10 — 45
Mitchell Christian         5 18   4 16 — 43
James Valley Christian (6-10): Brenna Held 8 1-2 17; Kerilyn Wieting 4 3-4 12; Emily Hasart 3 1-3 7; Summer Gross 2 0-0 4; Josalyn Wipf 1 1-2 3; Tessah Cronin 0 2-2 2; Jolie Dowling 0 0-2 0. Totals: 18 8-15 45.
Mitchell Christian (6-9): Anna Cooper 5 9-11 19; Audrey Hofer 3 3-5 9; Maggie Reynen 2 2-4 8; Stacie Wolbrink 3 1-2 7; Whisper Eben 0 0-1 0. Totals: 13 15-23 43.
FG: JVC — 18-50 36%; MC — 13-52 25%. 3-pt FG: JVC — 1-1 (Wieting); MC — 2-11 (Reynen 2). Rebounds: JVC — 28; MC — 26. TO: JVC — 22; MC — 23. Fouls: JVC — 18; MC — 14.  

Warner 60, Redfield-Doland 47
REDFIELD — Two of central South Dakota’s top girls’ basketball teams squared off Tuesday night, with the Class “B” Warner Monarchs taking home a 60-47 win over the Class “A” Redfield-Doland Pheasants. Warner improves to 15-2 with the win, while Redfield-Doland slips to 10-5.
Warner’s All-State post player Laurie Rogers scored 24 points and had eight rebounds to pace the Monarch’s effort, while Ashley Fischbach added 15 and Keeley Fischbach chipped in 10.
Redfield-Doland got 18 points and eight boards from Eve Millar and 17 points from Kailee Clausen in the game.
The Pheasants will travel to Hamlin on Thursday night.

Warner           8 25 44 60
Redfield-Doland     13 31 38 47
Warner (15-2): Laura Ochsner 1 0-0 3; Sydney Leidholt 2 2-2 8; Keeley Fischbach 4 0-0 10; Ashley Fischbach 5 1-2 15; Laurie Rogers 8 8-11 24. Totals: 20 11-15 60.
Redfield-Doland (10-5): Hannah Keuhn 1 1-2 4; Kailee Clausen 6 0-0 17; Eve Millar 6 5-6 18l; Georgia Keuhn 1 2-6 4; Trista Frost 2 0-0 4. Totals: 16 8-14 47.

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