Two area basketball matches


Clark-Willow Lake 60, Sisseton 30
CLARK — Janae Kolden had a game-high 26 points to lead Clark-Willow Lake to a 60-30 victory against Sisseton on Tuesday.
Olivia Sass also reached double figures for the Cyclones, who improved to 7-2, with 13 points. Jada Burke had six points, while Abbie Bratland and Charity Kabwe each had five points.
Sisseton, which is winless after eight games this season was led by Kellie Karst with eight points. Hailey Nelson added seven points.
Both teams are back in action Thursday. Clark-Willow Lake hosts Milbank in Clark, while Sisseton hosts Groton Area.

Sisseton              4  14  23  30
Clark-Willow Lake     18  34  49  60
Sisseton (0-8): Kierra Silk 1 0-0 2; Talia Istwick 1 0-0 2; Sheridan Swanson 1 0-0 2; Libby Medenwald 1 4-8 6; Kellie Karst 3 0-0 8; Ayianna Chapey 1 0-0 2; Hailey Nelson 2 2-2 7; Veronica Rice 0 1-2 1. Totals: 10 7-12 30.
Clark-Willow Lake (7-2): Abbie Bratland 2 1-3 5; Charity Kabwe 1 2-4 5; Saylor Burke 0 1-2 1; Janae Kolden 9 5-6 26; Olivia Sass 6 1-1 13; Chayla Vig 1 0-0 2; Jada Burke 3 0-0 6; Gabby Sanderson 1 0-0 2. Totals: 23 10-16 60.

Wolsey-Wessington 62, Highmore-Harrold  61
HIGHMORE — After holding a 9-point lead at the half, Wolsey-Wessington escaped with a 62-61 victory in a 281 Conference girls’ basketball matchup on Monday.
The Lady Warbirds, who improved to 3-3, built a 13-3 lead in the opening quarter and led 28-19 at the half.
Highmore-Harrold mounted a comeback in the third quarter, outscoring Wolsey-Wessington 22-10 to carry a 41-38 lead into the final quarter.
Cortney Sprecher finished with a game-high 21 points for the Lady Warbirds, while Lizzi Brandt and Raquel Nelson added 13 and 12 points, respectively.
Brandon also had nine rebounds to help Wolsey-Wessington to a 32-26 advantage on the boards. Chantel Haider had a team-high five assists.
Madison Bollweg had 17 points to lead the Pirates, who are now 4-4. Letha Jessen also reached double figures with 12 points, while Kassie Hale had eight points and Oakley Jandreau and Grace Knox each had seven points.
Jandreau had 11 rebounds and two assists for Highmore-Harrold, while Knox also had a pair of assists.

 
Both teams are back in action Friday during the opening round of the 281 Conference Tournament in Wolsey. Wolsey-Wessington is the fourth seed and will face No. 5 James Valley Christian at 5 p.m., while Highmore-Harrold is the second seed and will face No. 7 Wessington Springs at 6:30 p.m.

Wolsey-Wessington 13  28  38  62
Highmore-Harrold 3  19  41  61
Wolsey-Wessington (3-3): Cortney Sprecher 9 1-1 21; Raquel Nelson 3 4-7 12; Lizzi Brandt 6 1-2 13; Ally Boomsma 1 0-0 2; Chantel Haider 1 2-4 5; Brynn Haider 2 1-2 6; Macie Luce 0 3-4 3. Totals: 22 12-20 62.
Highmore-Harrold (4-4): Kassie Hale 2 2-3 9; Taylor Chavez 4 0-0 8; Oakley Jandreau 3 1-2 7; Halle Tvedt 0 1-2 1; Madison Bollweg 6 5-9 17; Grace Knox 3 1-1 7; Letha Jessen 5 2-3 12. Totals: 23 12-20 61.
Rebounds: WW 32 (Brandt 9); HH 26 (Jandreau 11). 3-point goals: WW 6 (Sprecher 2; Nelson 2, C. Haider 1; B. Haider 1); HH 4 (Chavez 2, Jandreau 2). Turnovers: WW 22; HH 13. Assists: WW 14 (C. Haider 5); HH 19 (Knox 2, Jandreau 2). Fouls: WW 16 (Sprecher, Nelson, out); HH 18. B-game score: HH 30, WW 11.


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