Six area basketball matches


Sanborn Central-Woonsocket 47
Kimball-White Lake 30

WOONSOCKET — The Sanborn Central-Woonsocket Blackhawks overcame a sluggish first half Tuesday night, to post a 47-30, come-from-behind win over the Kimball-White Lake WiLdKats in non-conference girls’ basketball action. Both teams move to 5-3 on the season.
Megan Poyer led the Blackhawks with 17 points, nine of them in the third quarter when Sanborn Central-Woonsocket outscored the WiLdKats 19-5 to take a comfortable lead into the final quarter. Kaylee White added 10 points and led the Blackhawks with six rebounds in the game.
Grace Konechne scored 10 points to lead K-WL, and shared rebounding honors with teammates Kennedy Leiferman and Randa VandenHoek, each with seven boards.
Sanborn Central-Woonsocket will open 281 Conference play against Iroquois on Friday.

Score by quarters
Kimball-White Lake 12 18 23 30
Sanborn Central-Woonsocket 6 14 33 47

KIMBALL-WHITE LAKE (5-3): Ellie Overweg 3 0-0 9; Heather Munsen 1 0-1 3; Kennedy Leiferman 1 4-5 6; Grace Konechne 5 0-0 10; Randa VandenHoek 1 0-0 2; Sidney McCord 0 0-2 0. Totals: 11 4-8 30.
SANBORN CENTRAL-WOONSOCKET (5-3): Megan Poyer 7 2-4 17; Abby Vermeulen 1 0-0 2; Madi Moody 3 0-0 7; Tesa Jensen 1 1-2 3; Kaylee White 4 1-2 10; Trinity Boschee 3 0-0 6; Erica Howard 1 0-0 2. Totals: 20 4-8 47.

FG: KWL - 11-36 31%; SCW - 20-53 38%. 3-pt FG: KWL - 4-13 (Overweg 3, Munsen); SCW - 3-16 (Poyer, Moody and White). Rebounds: KWL - 30 (Leiferman 7, Konechne 7, VandenHoek 7); SCW - 22 (White 6). TO: KWL - 20; SCW - 6. Fouls: KWL - 13 (Munsen out); SCW - 17.

Redfield-Doland 49, Miller 45

REDFIELD — The game was close throughout, but in the end, the Redfield-Doland Pheasants held on to defeat the Miller Rustlers 49-45 in non-conference girls’ basketball Tuesday night.
Both teams had 18 field goals and Miller actually had one more free throw, but five of the Pheasants’ field goals came from behind the three-point arc, while all of Miller’s were two-point baskets.
Kailee Clausen scored 19 points and grabbed eight rebounds - both game-high totals - to lead the Pheasants effort. Hannah Kuehn added 10 points to help Redfield-Doland improve to 6-2 on the season.
Elise Brooks had 16 points and six rebounds for the Rustlers, and Kayde Fernholz added 12 points.
Miller, now 3-2, will host Sully Buttes tonight, while the Pheasants will travel to Deuel on Friday.

Score by quarters
Miller 18 24 33 45
Redfield-Doland 10 22 35 49

MILLER (3-2): Abby Ketelhut 1 2-2 4; Kailen Krause 2 3-6 7; Kadye Fernholz 5 2-4 12; Elise Brooks 7 2-2 16; VonnaGail Schlechter 3 0-0 6. Totals: 18 9-14 45.
REDFIELD-DOLAND (6-2): Hannah Kuehn 4 0-0 10; Kailee Clausen 7 2-4 19; Eve Millar 1 5-6 7; Trista Frost 3 0-0 6; Georgia Kuehn 2 1-2 5; Katelyn Nelson 1 0-0 2. Totals: 18 8-12 49.

Miller 68, Redfield-Doland 64

REDFIELD — The Miller Rustlers outscored the Redfield-Doland Pheasants 26-17 in the fourth quarter, to post a 68-64, come-from-behind win Tuesday night.
Miller’s Karst Hunter scored 41 points and claimed 20 rebounds to lead the Rustlers, who improve to 3-4 with the win. Spencer Fernholz added 19 points for Miller.
Mic Utecht led a trio of Pheasants in double figures with 21 points. Jaxson Frankenstein added 16 points and Kolton Haider chipped in 11. Max Baloun led Redfield-Doland, now 3-3, with seven rebounds.
Miller hosts Sully Buttes tonight, while Redfield-Doland travels to Deuel Friday night.

Score by quarters
Miller                 12 23 42 68
Redfield-Doland             10 33 47 64

MILLER (3-4): Karst Hunter 16 8-13 41; Eli Jones 2 0-0 4; Spencer Fernholz 6 5-5 19; Garrett Knox 1 2-2 4. Totals: 25 15-20.

REDFIELD-DOLAND (3-3): Zach Jordan 1 2-2 4; Kolton Haider 4 2-3 11; Mic Utecht 9 3-6 21; Leyton Rohlfs 1 0-0 2; Max Baloun 3 2-3 8; Jaxson Frankenstein 6 2-5 16; Isaac Suchor 1 0-0 2. Totals: 25 11-19 64.

Wolsey-Wessington 70, Iroquois 43

IROQUOIS — The Wolsey-Wessington Warbirds broke open a tie game with a 30-11 spurt over the second quarter, then coasted home with a 70-43 win over the Iroquois Chiefs in 281 Conference boys’ basketball action Tuesday night.
Lynden Williams led a trio of Warbirds in double figures with 15 points, and also had a game-high six rebounds. Brevan Hooks and Skylar Zomer each added 12 points as Wolsey-Wessington improves to 6-1 on the season.
For Iroquois, which falls to 1-4 with the loss, Keistan Dubro scored 15 points and Addison Reed claimed eight rebounds.
The Warbirds will play Sunshine Bible Academy in the opening round of the 281 Conference tournament Saturday in Wolsey. Iroquois will also play its opening round game of the 281 on Saturday, against Sanborn Central-Woonsocket, also in Wolsey.

Score by quarters
Wolsey-Wessington         15 45 63 70
Iroquois                 15 26 36 43

WOLSEY-WESSINGTON (6-1): Brevan Hooks 4 0-0 12; Lynden Williams 6 3-4 15; Mark Hamilton 3 3-5 9; Skylar Zomer 6 0-0 12; Diedrich Offt 3 1-1 7; Lance Langbehn 0 0-2 0; Tristan Abbott 1 0-0 3; Ethan Nelson 3 3-3 9; Payson Gohns 0 0-2 0; Devontae Luellman 0 0-2 0; Zack Luce 1 1-2 3. Totals: 27 11-21 70.

IROQUOIS (1-4): Sean McManus 2 0-0 4; Addison Reed 2 1-4 5; Adam Keating 3 0-0 7; Brandon Decker 3 0-0 8; Keistan Dubro 7 0-0 15; Cole Nelson 1 0-0 2; SHawn Diehl 1 0-0 2. Totals: 19 1-4 43.

De Smet 68, Howard 35
DE SMET — The De Smet Bulldogs went on a 23-2 run over the second quarter to break open a close game, then coasted home with a 68-35 win over the Howard Tigers in boys’ basketball action Tuesday night.
Kalen Garry scored 16 points, Ethan McCune had 15 points, eight rebounds and tallied three assists, and Trevin Holland chipped in 12 to pace the Bulldogs to their sixth win against one loss on the season. Cody Cavanaugh had four assists for De Smet.
Jacob Brooks was the lone double figure scorer for the Tigers with 13 points, and also led Howard’s rebounders with four boards.
De Smet will host Colman-Egan Friday night.

Score by quarters
Howard                 17 19 28 38
De Smet                 19 42 58 68

HOWARD (2-7): Colton Spader 1 1-2 4; Jace Sifore 1 0-1 2; Jacob Brooks 5 3-5 13; Tisyn Spader 2 2-4 8; Ryder Erickson 2 0-0 4; Samuel Callies 1 0-0 2; Andrew Mentele 1 0-0 2. Totals: 13 6-12 35.

DE SMET (6-1): Kalen Garry 6 2-4 16; Ethan McCune 6 2-4 15; Trevin Holland 5 2-2 12; Rett Osthus 3 0-0 8; Cody Cavanaugh 2 0-1 4; Dakota Barnard 1 0-0 2; Max Poppinga 1 0-0 2; Tory Holland 3 2-3 9. Totals: 27 8-14 68.

FG: H - 13-42 31%; D - 27-56 48%. 3-pt FG: H - 3-8 38% (T. Spader 2, C. Spader 1); D - 6-16 38% (Garry 2, Osthus 2, McCune and Tory Holland). Rebounds: H - 28 (Brooks 4); D - 37 (McCune 8). TO: H - 14; D - 6. Fouls: H - 12; D - 13.

Sanborn Central-Woonsocket 56,
Kimball-White Lake 42
WOONSOCKET — The Sanborn Central-Woonsocket Blackhawks dug themselves a 15-6 hole after one quarter, scratched their way back into contention, then outscored the Kimball-White Lake WiLdKats 17-5 in the fourth quarter en route to a 56-42 win Tuesday night in boys’ basketball action.
Noah Dickson scored 20 points and claimed 11 rebounds to lead the Blackhawks, now 5-2, to the win. Trey Ulmer scored 17 points, and Tater Moody scored 10 points and had 10 boards.
Kordel Kiehn scored 16 points and had 11 rebounds for the WiLdKats and Justin Becker scored 13 points as K-WL fell to 5-2 with the loss.
The Blackhawks will host James Valley Christian tonight, before opening the 281 Conference in Wolsey on Saturday, against Iroquois.

Score by quarters
Kimball-White Lake             15 26 37 42
Sanborn Central-Woonsocket          6 25 39 56

KIMBALL-WHITE LAKE (5-2): Carter Fredericksen 4 0-0 8; Javen Holan 2 0-0 5; Kordel Kiehn 7 1-3 16; Justin Becker 5 3-8 13. Totals: 18 4-11 42.

SANBORN CENTRAL-WOONSOCKET (5-2): Trey Ulmer 5 4-4 17; Spens Schlicht 3 0-6 7; Noah Dickson 7 4-4 20; Tater Moody 3 3-4 10; Cayden Slykhuis 1 0-0 2. Totals: 19 11-18 56.

FG: KWL - 16-53 30%; SCW - 19-50 38%. 3-PT FG: KWL 2-20 (Holan and Kiehn); SCW - 7-20 (Ulmer 3, Dickson 2, Schlicht 1, Moody 1). Rebounds: KWL - 25 (Kiehn 11); SCW - 36 (Dickson 11, Moody 10). TO: KWL - 14; SCW - 9, Fouls: KWL - 14; SCW - 11.

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