Area basketball 2-9-24

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De Smet 52, Wolsey-Wessington 38
DE SMET — The De Smet Bulldogs used an 18-6 burst in the third quarter to pull away from the Wolsey-Wessington Warbirds Thursday 52-38 in De Smet.

The win bumps the Bulldogs, ranked third in Class B, to 15-3 while the Warbirds fall to 13-4.

George Jensen led the Bulldog scoring with 15 points. Kadyn Fast bucketed 10 points and Trace Van Regenmorter grabbed a game-high 11 rebounds for De Smet.

The Warbirds were led by 15 points and seven rebounds from Moshe Richmond. Caleb Richmond added 10 points and Tate French also nabbed seven rebounds.

The Warbirds travel to face Warner Tuesday while De Smet will face Hills-Beaver Creak at Elkton on Saturday.

Wolsey-Wessington       6 14 20 38
De Smet         11 20 38 52

Wolsey-Wessington (13-4): Moshe Richmond 5 5-6 15, Caleb Richmond 3 2-2 10, Colin Hughes 1 2-4 5, Tate French 4 0-0 8. Totals: 13 9-12 38.

De Smet (15-3): Tom Aughenbaugh 3 2-4 9, Trace Van Regenmorter 2 0-0 5, Kadyn Fast 3 4-6 10, Britt Carlson 1 2-2 5, George Jensen 6 2-4 15. Totals: 19 10-16 52.

FG: WW - 13/45 29%; DS - 19/49 39%. 3-pt FG: WW 3/18 (CRichmond 2, Hughes); DS 4/15 (Van Regenmorter, Jensen, Aughenbaugh, Carlson). Rebounds: WW 25 (MRichmond, French 7), DS 36 (Van Regenmorter 11). Turnovers: WW 14, DS 12. Fouls: WW 17 (MRichmond out), DS 13.

Clark/Willow Lake 63, Britton-Hecla 35
CLARK — The Clark/Willow Lake Cyclones got rolling early and were never slowed down Thursday night, cruising to a 63-35 win over the Britton-Hecla Braves in boys’ basketball action.

Jack Helkenn had 18 points and claimed seven rebounds to pace the Cyclones to the win. Emmerson Larson added 14 points and also had seven boards, while Sullivan Felberg came off the bench to score 10 points.

The Braves, 4-13, were led by Daniel Person’s 11 points and seven rebounds.

The Cyclones, now 9-6, host Flandreau on Saturday in Willow Lake.

Clark/Willow Lake     17 37 57 63
Britton-Hecla       7 14 22 35

Clark/Willow Lake (9-6): Emmerson Larson 7 0-0 14; Bo Begeman 4 0-0 9; Aaron Zemlicka 2 1-1 5; Griffen Musser 1 1-2 3; Jack Helkenn 7 1-2 18; Sullivan Felberg 3 2-2 10; Cayden Binger 2 0-0 4. Totals: 26 5-7 63.

Britton-Hecla (4-13): Ty Fagerland 1 0-0 2; Daniel Person 4 3-7 11; William Richter 2 0-0 5; Graham Fosness 2 0-0 4; Jaxon Zuehlke 2 3-6 7; Chaz Vietor 1 0-0 3; Peyton Pearson 1 1-2 3. Totals: 13 7-16 35.

FG: CWL - 26-71 37%; BH - 13-49 27%. 3-pt FG: CWL - 6-33 (Helkenn 3, Felberg 2, Begeman); BH - 2-11 (Richter, Vietor). REB: CWL - 43 (Helkenn 7, Larson 7); BH - 39 (Person 7, Zuehlke 7). TO: CWL - 18; BH - 7. Fouls: CWL - 12; BH - 14 (Zemlicka out).

James Valley Christian 72, Arlington 47
ARLINGTON — The James Valley Christian Vikings sprinted to a 19-point halftime lead and coasted home with a 72-47 win over the Arlington Cardinals in non-conference boys’ basketball Thursday night.

Jerrad Wallman chalked up 25 points and was one of a trio of Vikings with seven rebounds in the contest. Ethan Bartholow had 13 and seven , while Isaac Korell also had seven boards.

Riley Miller came of the bench to lead Arlington with 12 points, all on three pointers, while Paxton Rheault added 11 points. Blake Madsen led all rebounders with a game-high nine boards.

JVC, now 9-8 on the season, is on the road Tuesday, tangling with Sanborn Central/Woonsocket in Woonsocket.

James Valley Christian     23 43 64 72
Arlington             14 24 34 47

JAMES VALLEY CHRISTIAN (9-8): Dax Frandsen 4 0-0 10; Ethan Bartholow 6 1-1 13; Isaac Korell 3 2-3 9; Davis Chae 0 4-4 4; Jerrad Wallman 10 5-6 25; Gavin Waldner 1 0-3 2; Tayne Herrmann 1 0-0 2; Cole Anderson 1 0-0 2; Huntley Steele 1 1-1 3; Jackson Peck 1 0-0 2. Totals: 28 13-18 72.

ARLINGTON (3-13): Paxton Rheault 5 0-0 11; Miles Antonen 2 2-2 7; KedenSteffensen 3 0-0 8; Blake Madsen 2 0-0 4; BreckenVossler 2 0-0 5; Riley Miller 4 0-0 12. Totals: 18 2-2 47.

FG: JVC - 28-72 39%; A - 18-64 28%. 3-pt FG: JVC - 3-17 (Frandsen 2, Korell); A - 9-36 (Miller 4, Steffensen 2, Rheault, Antonen, Vossler). REB: JVC - 51 (Bartholow, Korell, Wallman, all with seven); A - 42 (Madsen 9). TO: JVC - 4; A - 13. Fouls: JVC - 7; A - 13.

Wessington Springs 72, Wolsey-Wessington 52

WESSINGTON SPRINGS — With 22 points in the second quarter, Wessington Springs, which is ranked No. 5 in Class B, pulled away for a 72-52 victory in a 281 Conference matchup against Wolsey-Wessington on Tuesday.

Parker Graff had 17 points to lead four players in double figures for the Spartans, who improved to 15-1. Ryder Michalek had 16 points, while Colby Flowers had 13 points and Brock Krueger had 10 points.

Larson also had team-high totals of 10 rebounds and nine assists for Wessington Springs.

Tate French finished with a game-high 18 points to lead Wolsey-Wessington, which is now 13-3. Caleb Richmond had 14 points, while Moshe Richmond added 12 points.

Wessington Springs travels to face Hitchcock-Tulare in a 281 Conference matchup on Saturday in Hitchcock.

Wolsey-Wessington     18  33  49  52
Wessington Springs     16  38  59  72

Wolsey-Wessington (13-3): Payton Rainford 2 0-1 5; Caleb Richmond 4 4-4 14; Moshe Richmond 4 4-8 12; Grant Timm 1 0-0 3; Tate French 6 4-4 18. Totals: 17 12-17 52.

Wessington Springs (15-1): Blake Larson 4 0-0 8; Parker Graff 6 3-3 17; Ryder Michalek 6 3-3 16; Brock Krueger 4 2-2 10; Colby Flowers 6 1-2 13; Karter Mebius 2 2-2 6; Sam Poncelow 1 0-0 2. Totals: 29 11-12 72.

Highmore-Harrold 72, Hitchcock-Tulare 47
HITCHCOCK — Trake Cowan had 20 points to lead four players in double figures, as Highmore-Harrold recorded a 72-47 victory against Hitchcock-Tulare in a 281 Conference matchup on Tuesday.

Carson Stephenson had 19 points for the Pirates, who improved to 9-7, while Brooks McPeak and Aidan Ferens added 11 and 10 points, respectively.

Jackson Maynard finished with a game-high 22 points to lead Hitchcock-Tulare, which is now 7-8. Patrick Maynard also reached double figures with 14 points.

Highmore-Harrold will host Sanborn Central/Woonsocket in a 281 Conference game today. Hitchcock-Tulare will face Wessington Springs in a 281 Conference game on Saturday.

Highmore-Harrold     18  38  55  72
Hitchcock-Tulare     10  26  42  47

Highmore-Harrold (9-7): Carson Stephenson 7 2-2 19; Miles McPeak 0 1-2 1; Aidan Ferens 4 0-0 10; Caleb Roth 3 3-3 9; Trake Cowan 10 0-1 20; Brooks McPeak 4 0-0 11; Aitor Ortega 1 0-0 2. Totals: 29 6-8 72.

Hitchcock-Tulare (7-8): Brandan Nowell 1 2-2 4; Patrick Maynard 5 2-2 14; Erik Salmen 1 2-2 4; Blaze Binger 1 0-0 2; Jackson Maynard 9 2-5 22; Mason Tschetter 0 1-2 1. Totals: 16 9-13 47.

Parkston 75, Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 64
FORESTBURG — The Sanborn Central Woonsocket Blackhawks fell behind at halftime, made a strong third-quarter comeback bid, but in the end the deficit was too large, as the Blackhawks fell to the Parkston Trojans, 75-64, in non-conference boys’ basketball Tuesday night.

James Deckert scored 19 points, Luke Bormann added 17 and Will Jodozi chipped in 16 as the Trojans put forth a very balanced scoring effort in the win.

Jeff Boschee led all scorers with 24 points and had six assists for SC/W, while Bryce Larson added 14 points.

Trey Moody cleared seven rebounds for the Blackhawks, who fall to 7-9 on the season and will be on the road tonight against Highmore-Harrold.

Parkston         24 44 61 75
Sanborn Cent/Woon     17 25 51 64

PARKSTON (11-5): Luke Bormann 8 0-0 17; Brycen Bruening 3 1-2 7; James Deckert 7 4-5 19; Payton Koehn 3 0-0 8; Will Jodozi 6 4-5 16; Brayden Jervik 3 0-0 8. Totals: 30 9-12 75.

SANBORN CENTRAL/WOONSOCKET (7-9): Jeff Boschee 8 7-7 24; Bryce Larson 5 0-0 14; Payton Uecker 2 0-0 6; Trey Moody 4 0-0 8; Cody Slykhuis 4 0-2 9; Eli White 1 0-0 3. Totals: 24 7-9 64.
No team stats for Parkston

FG: SCW 24-51 47%; 3-pt FG: SCW - 9-26 (LArson 4, Uecker 2, Boschee, Slykhuis and White). REB: SCW - 22 (Moody 7). TO: SCW - 10. Fouls: SCW - 17.

James Valley Christian 81, Mitchell Christian 34
MITCHELL – The James Valley Christian Vikings evened their season record at 8-8 with an 81-34 victory over the Mitchell Christian Golden Eagles on Tuesday in Mitchell.

Isaac Korell netted 16 points and Jerrad Wallman bucketed 14 points and cleared eight rebounds to lead the Vikings.

The Golden Eagles fall to 4-12. Aiden Lieber led Mitchell Christian with 13 points and eight rebounds.

The Vikings travel for a 281 Conference matchup with the Sanborn Central/Woonsocket Blackhawks Tuesday.

James Valley Christian 18 43 59 81
Mitchell Christian 8 21 28 34

James Valley Christian (8-8): Gavin Waldner 2 0-0 5, Dax Frandsen 4 0-0 10, Jayven Van Scharrel 1 0-0 2, Tayne Herrmann 3 0-0 8, Cole Anderson 2 0-0 4, Ethan Bartholow 1 0-0 2, Isaac Korell 5 2-2 16, Davis Chase 4 0-0 8, Huntley Steele 2 0-0 6, Jackson Peck 3 0-2 6, Jerrad Wallman 5 4-5 14. Totals: 32 6-9 81.

Mitchell Christian (4-12): Joseph Tegethoff 1 1-2 4, Luke Mentele 3 0-0 9, Syver Enga 4 0-0 8, Aiden Lieber 5 3-8 13. Totals: 13 4-10 34.

Girls

Iroquois/Lake Preston 56, Sunshine Bible Academy 28
MILLER — The Iroquois/Lake Preston Sharks raced to a double digit lead after one quarter and pulled away for a 56-28 win over the Sunshine Bible Academy Crusaders Thursday night in 281 Conference girls’ basketball action.

The Sharks, now 9-9 on the season, placed four players in double figures, led by Faith Steffensen’s 12 points.

Adison Moore and Becca Bich each added 11 and Hadlee Holt chipped in 10. Moore had five boards and five assists and Holt had five rebounds. Kera Dubro also had five assists for I/LP.

SBA, now 2-12, got 10 points from Betra Amare and nine rebounds and four assists from Abby Hinman in the contest.

The Sharks host Colman-Egan Tuesday in Lake Preston, while the Crusaders are on the road at Ipswich tonight.

Iroquois/Lake Preston         22 39 47 56
Sunshine Bible Academy       7 15 22 28

IROQUOIS/LAKE PRESTON (9-9): Adison Moore 4 2-3 11; Kera Dubro 1 0-0 3; Faith Stefensen 6 0-0 12; Rebecca Bich 4 1-2 11; Hadlee Holt 4 2-2 10; Chenoa Harris 3 0-0 7; Satoya Myers 1 0-2 2. Totals: 23 5-9 56.

SUNSHINE BIBLE ACADEMY (2-12):Abby Hinman 2 2-4 6; Brielle Jeffery 0 1-2 1; Betra Amare 4 1-2 10; Sadie Knoechne 1 1-2 3; Breanna Theman 2 0-0 4; Lydia Lo 1 0-0 2; Annaliese VanZee 1 0-0 2. Totals: 11 5-10 28.

FG: ILP - 23-42 55%; SBA - 11-47 23%. 3-pt FG: ILP - 5-11 (Bich 2, Moore, Dubro, Harris); SBA - 1-8 (Amare). REB: ILP - 28 (Moore 5, Holt 5); SBA - 30 (Hinman 9). TO: ILP - 18; SBA - 20. Assists: ILP - 18 (Moore 5, Dubro 5); SBA - 7 (Hinman 4). Fouls: ILP - 11; SBA - 13.

Arlington 49, James Valley Christian 47
ARLINGTON — The Arlington Cardinals, who were receiving votes in the most recent Class “B” girls basketball poll, held on for a 49-47 victory over the James Valley Christian Lady Vikings, scoring the winning basket with 23 seconds remaining Thursday.

The Cardinals were led by Jaelyn Huntimer with 17 points. Addalyn Steffensen added 11 points and hauled in 13 rebounds.

James Valley had three girls in double-figure scoring, led by Kaylie Robinson with 13. Addison Bartholow had 12 and Alexa Goertz added 10.

Robinson and Bartholow each had 11 rebounds to pace JVC.

The Lady Vikings travel to Sanborn Central/Woonsocket Tuesday.

James Valley Christian     16 23 37 47
Arlington             19 27 42 49

James Valley Christian (12-5): Addysyn Knight 1 2-2 4, Rhayonna Hood 3 2-6 8, Kaylie Robinson 4 4-4 13, Addison Bartholow 5 1-2 12, Alexa Goertz 3 3-4 10. Totals: 16 12-18 47.

Arlington (16-2): Ellisyn Vincent 0 0-2 0, Addalyn Steffensen 3 2-4 11, Harley Johnson 4 1-1 9, Jaelyn Huntimer 7 0-0 17, Isabelle Steffensen 1 0-2 3, Jolyssa Steffensen 4 0-0 9. Totals: 19 3-9 49.

FG: JVC - 16/48 33%; A - 19/56 34%. 3-pt FG: JVC 3/15 (Robinson, Bartholow, Goertz); A - 8/23 (ASteffensen 3, Huntimer 3, ISteffensen, JSteffensen). Rebounds: JVC 40 (Robinson, Bartholow 11), A 32 (ASteffensen 13). Assists: JVC 12 (Hood, Robinson 4), A 8 (Johnson 4). Steals: JVC 3, A 7 (Huntimer 3). Turnovers: JVC 11, A 10. Fouls: JVC 11, A 16.