Iroquois/Doland girls snap skid


IROQUOIS — Iroquois/Doland picked up their first win of the season on Friday over Sunshine Bible Academy with a 50-27 final score. It snapped a 78-game losing streak for the Chiefs.
The Chiefs jumped out to a 15-4 lead after one quarter and never looked back as Katie Dubro led Iroquois/Doland with 20 points and 12 rebounds. Kaitlyn Maas added 11 points for the Chiefs.
Bethany Konechne led the Crusaders, now 0-6, with 10 points and nine rebounds.
Iroquois/Doland travels to Lake Preston Monday night while Sunshine Bible Academy hosts Lower Brule on Tuesday.

Sunshine Bible Academy  4 10 16 27
Iroquois/Doland        15 34 44 50
Sunshine Bible Academy (0-6): Abby Haun 1 0-3 2; Shelby Thompson 1 0-0 2; Rebecca Hofman 1 0-0 2; Bethany Konechne 5 0-0 10; Maria Roghair 1 1-1 3; Winnie Red Bird 0 2-2 2; Ruthe Lopez 1 0-2 2; Jakki Burma 1 2-2 4. Totals 11 5-10 27.
Iroquois/Doland (1-5): Caycee Schneider 1 0-0 2; Harley Nelson 2 0-0 5; Jorja Huls 4 0-0 8; Kera Dubro 1 0-0 2; Kaitlyn Maas 5 1-3 11; Katie Dubro 9 1-3 20; Rebecca Bich 2 0-0 2. Totals 23 2-6 50.
FG: SBA 11-38 29%; ID 23-69 33%. 3-pt FG: SBA 0-2; ID 2-12 (Nelson, Katie Dubro); Rebounds: SBA 30 (Konechne 9); ID 41 (Katie Dubro 12). Turnovers: SBA 22; ID 8. Fouls: SBA 10; ID 13.

Highmore-Harrold 52, Sully Buttes 46
HIGHMORE — The Highmore-Harrold Pirates overcame a first-quarter deficit to defeat the Sully Buttes Chargers 52-46 in non-conference girls’ basketball action Friday night.
Grace Knox led a balanced scoring effort for the Pirates with 15 points and also had eight rebounds. Courtney Moser scored 12 and Letha Jessen chipped in 10 for Highmore-Harrold. Haley Husted also had seven rebounds for the Pirates, who were down 14-6 after one quarter, but rebounded to take a 24-22 lead at the half and then held on for the win against a 4th quarter comeback attempt by the Chargers.
Highmore-Harrold, now 5-2, will face Sunshine Bible Academy at 3:30 Friday, in the opening round of the 281 Conference Tournament, at Wolsey.

Wolsey-Wessington 56, Northwestern 35
REDFIELD — The Wolsey-Wessington Lady Warbirds started quickly and pulled away late for a 56-35 win over the Northwestern Wildcats in the Redfield Holiday Classic Saturday afternoon at Redfield High School.
Brynn Haider scored 11 points to lead a balanced Lady Warbird effort, while Chantel Haider added 10, and Lizzi Brandt had 10 points and eight rebounds, as Wolsey-Wessington notched its second win of the season, against six losses.
Madalyn Groft led all scorers with 12 points for Northwestern, which falls to 1-6 with the loss. Miranda Thorson chipped in 11 points.
Wolsey-Wessington, the fifth seed in the 281 Conference tournament, will take on No. 4 James Valley Christian, at 5 p.m. Friday, in the opening round of the tournament, in Wolsey.

Wolsey-Wessington     19 30 39 56
Northwestern     13 20 27 35
Wolsey-Wessington (2-4): Leah Williams 1 0-0 2; Changel Haider 4 2-3 10; Giyahna Richmond 1 0-0 2; Mya Boomsma 2 1-2 6; Brynn Haider 5 1-1 11; Hailey Clarke 3 3-7 9; Lizzi Brandt 4 2-2 10; Faith Nelson 2 2-2 6. Totals 22 11-17 56.
Northwestern (1-6): Ella Haven 0 1-2 1; Madalyn Groft 4 3-5 12; Hannah Schentzel 1 2-6 4; Miranda Thorson 3 4-6 11; Cassidy Frericks 1 1-2 3; Hailey Boekelheide 1 2-2 4. Totals: 10 13-23 35.

Redfield 50, Dupree 42
REDFIELD — The Redfield Pheasants moved their record to 5-2 Saturday, with a 50-42 win over the Dupree Tigers, at the Redfield Holiday Classic.
Kailee Clausen torched the nets for 20 points to lead the Pheasants, while Addison Rozell added 10. Rozell, Clausen and Georgia Kuehn each had six rebounds for Redfield.
For Dupree, which falls to 4-4 with the loss, it was led by Reese Ganje’s 12 point effort.
Dupree had more field goals than did Redfield, 17-16, however Redfield had five three-pointers to only one for the Tigers, and also enjoyed a six-point edge at the charity stripe in the game.
The Pheasants travel to Miller on Tuesday, for a clash of top Class A girls’ teams.

Redfield     21 28 40 50
Dupree       8 18 29 42
Redfield (5-2): Hannah Kuehn 3 2-2 9; Camryn Rohlfs 1 0-0 2; Kailee Clausen 6 5-8 20; Faith Jandel 1 1-4 3; Addison Rozel 2 5-8 10; Georgia Kuehn 3 0-1 6. Totals: 16 13-23 50.
Dupree (4-4): Shantell Brewer 1 4-4 6; Sidni Ferguson 4 0-0 9; Natalie Veit 3 1-2 7; Adrianna White Wolf 1 0-0 2; Kadynse Buffalo 1 0-0 2; Reese Ganje 5 2-2 12; McKenna Dupris 2 0-0 4. Totals: 17 7-8 42.

Sanborn Central-Woonsocket 54, Little Wound 31

REDFIELD — The Sanborn Central-Woonsocket Blackhawks led from wire-to-wire Saturday, taking a dominant 54-31 win over the Little Wound Mustangs in girls’ basketball action at the Redfield Holiday Classic.
Trista White led the way for the Blackhawks with 23 points. She was the lone double-figure scorer in the game for either team. Brooke Doering added nine points for Sanborn Central-Woonsocket.
The boxscore from this game, along with other area games will run in Tuesday’s paper.
Macy Rouiilard, Zoe Long Soldier and Cante Skuya Bull Bear each had six points for Little Wound, which falls to 3-4 with the loss.
The Blackhawks, now 3-5, will play at Kimblall/White Lake Tuesday and will then face Iroquois-Doland at 6:30 p.m. Friday in the opening round of the 281 Conference in Wolsey.

Score by quarters
Sanborn Central-Woonsocket 14 28 45 54
Little Wound 9 17 23 31

Sanborn Central-Woonsocket (3-5): Teya Moody 2 0-2 4; Trista White 10 0-2 23; Taryn Ziebart 0 2-2 2; Trinity Boschee 3 0-2 6; Kaylee White 2 0-0 4; Brooke Doering 3 3-4 9; Mariah Jost 2 2-2 6. Totals: 22-7-14 54.
Little Wound (3-4): Talaiah Bear Killer 1 1-1 3; Macy Roiuillard 2 0-0 6; Shawnee White 1 0-2 2; Zoe Long Soldier 2 1-1 6; Miracle Brown Bull 0 2-4 4; Cante Skuya Bull Bear 2 2-3 6; Tionna Pourier 1 1-2 3; Amina Ghost Dog 1 1-2 3. Totals: 10 8-15 31.

Clark-Willow Lake 59
Wilmot 40

WILMOT — The Clark-Willow Lake Cyclones started slowly Saturday night, but got rolling in the second quarter and pulled away for a 59-40 win over the Wilmot Wolves in non-conference girls’ basketball action.
Olivia Sass led all scorers with 23 points to pace the Cyclones’ effort, while Charity Kabwe added 11 points for C-WL.
Wilmot, now 2-4, was led by Maddie Remund’s 18 point effort.
Clark-Willow Lake, which improves to 4-3 with the win, will travel to Sisseton Tuesday night.

Score by quarters
Clark-Willow Lake 5 20 44 59
Wilmot 4 12 25 40

Clark-Willow Lake (4-3): Maggie Hovde 2 1-2 5; Charity Kabwe 4 0-0 11; Jada Burke 2 4-8 8; Alicia Vig 2 0-0 4; Olivia Sass 10 2-3 23; Chayla Vig 3 1-4 7; Taylor Pickrel 0 1-2 1. 23 9-19 59.
Wilmot (2-4): Maddie Remund 6 2-3 18; Madison Hulscher 1 2-3 4; Jatana Grajczyk 1 0-0 3; Marissa Getzlaff 3 0-2 8; Mari Kasuske 0 1-2 1; Terra Barnes 2 1-4 3; Ashlyn Ebben 1 0-0 3. Totals: 14 5-14 40.


























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