Area basketball roundup: Beavers top Trojans in overtime thriller – The Daily Republic

Hanson (5-1): Mekiah Campbell notched a 14-point, 13-rebound double-double for the Beavers. Alyssa Moschell scored 10 points and Annalyse Weber added nine points and five steals. Shelby Hernandez added nine points. The Beavers play Viborg-Hurley on Thursday in Alexandria.

Parkston (4-3): Faith Oakley scored 18 points. Emma Yost added seven points, 14 rebounds and four assists. Brielle Bruening chipped in seven points in the loss. The Trojans travel to Vermillion on Friday.

H 14 25 40 43 47

P 9 22 32 43

PLATTE — Avery Broughton’s double-double led Class B No. 1 Corsica-Stickney to a girls basketball win on Tuesday.

Corsica-Stickney (6-0): Broughton had 23 points, 10 rebounds and five assists. Raven Barse added 15 points and three steals. Rachel Gerlach scored 12 points in the win. The Jaguars travel to Wagner on Saturday.

Platte-Geddes (2-4): Hadley Hanson had 15 points, six rebounds and four assists. Taryn Starr scored nine points, while Cadence Van Zee chipped in five rebounds. Karly VanDerWerff recorded four rebounds and four steals. The Black Panthers play Langford Area on Saturday in Redfield.

CS 16 32 45 63

PG 12 20 32 38

MENNO — Howard out-scored Menno 23-2 in the fourth quarter and earned a girls basketball victory on Tuesday.

Howard (3-2): Abby Connor finished with 19 points and Kenedy Koepsell logged 13 points. Rylee Rudebusch and Kate Connor scored eight points apiece. Trinity Palmquist dished out 12 assists. The Tigers host Sanborn Central/Woonsocket on Thursday.

Menno (3-2): Paityn Huber scored 12 points, while Jesse Munkvold added 11 points and eight rebounds. Morgan Edelman recorded eight points and eight boards. The Wolves travel to Mitchell Christian on Thursday.

M 8 20 40 42

H 24 30 46 69

WINNER — Class A No. 2 Winner made eight 3-pointers in a 40-point girls basketball win over Chamberlain on Tuesday.

Winner (6-1): Bella Swedlund had a team-high 19 points and seven rebounds. Maggie LaCompte added nine points, Ellie Brozik finished with eight pints and six steals. Kalla Bertram chipped in seven points, six assists and seven steals in the win. The Warriors travel to Flandreau on Thursday.

Chamberlain (1-5): Taryn Guinn scored seven points. Emma Powers pulled down 10 boards. The Cubs travel to Kadoka Area on Thursday.

C 6 13 15 22

W 19 37 56 62

AVON — Avon picked up a home girls basketball win over Alcester-Hudson on Tuesday.

Avon (3-3): Ali Sees scored a team-high 13 points to go with six rebounds. Tiffany Pelton chipped in 10 points, eight boards and six steals, while Courtney Sees added 10 points and four assists. The Pirates host Ethan on Thursday.

Alcester-Hudson (3-2): Elly Doering scored 13 points to go with five rebounds and three steals. Roni Rhead added eight points and seven rebounds. Emily Miller added three steals. The Cubs travel to Menno on Friday.

AH 6 15 26 37

A 16 26 37 46

MOUNT VERNON — Mount Vernon/Plankinton pulled away from Lennox for a girls basketball victory on Tuesday.

Mount Vernon/Plankinton (3-2): Emilee Fox finished with 27 points, seven rebounds and five assists. Maria Baker added 20 points and six steals. The Titans play Tri-Valley on Thursday in Mount Vernon.

Lennox (2-5): Mara Hinker recorded 17 points and Teagan Sanculi scored 10 points. The Orioles travel to Rock Valley, Iowa, on Thursday.

L 10 26 43 47

MVP 12 26 45 58

SCOTLAND — Grace Fryda’s 26 points powered Scotland past Gayville-Volin for a girls basketball win on Tuesday.

Scotland (2-3): Fryda also chipped in four rebounds, four assists and two steals for the Highlanders. Audrey Sayler added 11 points and four assists. Kennedy Bietz dished out a team-high six assists. The Highlanders play Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Thursday in Tripp.

Gayville-Volin (1-6): Molly Larson scored 10 points. Grace Gustad had eight points and four boards. The Raiders play Irene-Wakonda on Friday in Gayville.

GV 10 17 22 26

S 22 42 61 70

PARKER — Bon Homme out-scored Parker 17-13 in the fourth quarter to secure a girls basketball win on Tuesday.

Bon Homme (2-4): Jaden Kortan finished with 14 points, while Kenzie Carson added 13 points, 11 rebounds and three steals. Jenae Alberts added nine points and 10 rebounds. Hannah Cuka chipped in with three assists and three steals. The Cavaliers travel to Wagner on Friday.

Parker (1-6): Cierra Mohr scored 16 points and Alexis Even finished with 13 points. The Pheasants host Freeman on Jan. 12.

BH 13 22 37 54

P 6 22 36 49

SALEM — McCook Central/Montrose used a strong second half to earn a home win over Dell Rapids on Tuesday.

McCook Central/Montrose (5-1): Madisen Koepsell scored a game-high 26 points. Ashtyn Wobig added 12 points. The Fighting Cougars play Beresford on Friday in Montrose.

Dell Rapids (0-6): Mady Vanoverbeke scored 14 points for the Quarriers. Zoey Hilmore chipped in 12 points. The Quarriers host Canton on Thursday.

DR 10 20 30 41

MCM 10 27 42 56

WAGNER — Class A No. 5 Sioux Falls Christian pulled away from Wagner to notch a girls basketball win on Tuesday.

Sioux Falls Christian (5-0): Lexi Unruh scored a team-high 28 points on 12-for-18 shooting. Kylah VanDonkersgoed scored 10 points to go with six rebounds and three steals. The Chargers host Canistota on Thursday.

Wagner (0-3): Abby Brunsing scored 12 points and recorded 12 rebounds and four steals. Kya Kjeldgaard finished with six points and six boards. The Red Raiders host Bon Homme on Friday.

SFC 14 22 38 54

W 9 18 30 33

WINNER — Winner shot 55 percent from the field in a boys basketball win over Chamberlain on Tuesday.

Winner (6-1): Brady Fritz scored a team-high 22 points. Blake Volmer added 17 points and seven rebounds. Jackson Vesely chipped in seven points. The Warriors host Colome on Thursday.

Chamberlain (3-1): Drayton Priebe scored 28 points in the loss. Hayden Evans chipped in nine points and eight rebounds. The Cubs host Custer on Saturday.

C 10 20 39 52

W 15 33 47 59

FORESTBURG — Bridgewater-Emery took down Sanborn Central/Woonsocket on Tuesday for its fifth boys basketball win of the season.

Bridgewater-Emery (5-2): Rylee Schultz scored 15 points. Tyler Kjetland added 13 points and eight boards. Bodie Burnham dished out six assists. The Huskies travel to Freeman on Friday.

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (1-4): Hayden Beigh finished with 18 points and five rebounds. Tryce Slykhuis scored seven points. The Blackhawks travel to Howard on Thursday.

BE 16 32 42 60

SCW 13 16 26 35

ELK POINT — Class B No. 5 Canistota stayed undefeated with a boys basketball win over Elk Point-Jefferson on Tuesday.

Canistota (5-0): Chase Merrill scored a team-high 16 points and grabbed six rebounds. Tyce Ortman added 15 points and five rebounds, while Isiah Robertson and Logan Katzer recorded 12 and 10 points, respectively. Cole Papendick pulled down a team-best eight rebounds. The Hawks host Wynot (Neb.) on Monday.

Elk Point-Jefferson (0-5): Tyler Goehring scored eight points. Jacob Lichtenberg added four points and four boards. The Huskies play Viborg-Hurley on Saturday in Hurley.

C 15 36 50 62

EPJ 3 14 24 29

AVON — Alcester-Hudson had a pair of players score in double figures to take down Avon in boys basketball play on Tuesday.

Alcester-Hudson (3-2): Alex Winquist scored 14 points and added three steals. Jaxon Doering finished with 11 points and 10 boards. Kaden Kleinhans pulled down 11 boards. The Cubs travel to Menno on Friday.

Avon (1-4): Riley Rucktaeschel recorded 10 points, eight rebounds and three assists. Lincoln Thury chipped in six points and three assists. Kley Heumiller grabbed seven boards and Noah Watchorn pulled down six boards. The Pirates host Ethan on Thursday.

AH 11 22 32 40

A 6 11 21 29

MOUNT VERNON — Lennox edged past Mount Vernon/Plankinton for a narrow boys basketball win on Tuesday.

Lennox (3-3): No stats reported. The Orioles travel to Rock Valley, Iowa, on Thursday.

Mount Vernon/Plankinton (3-2): Rylee Deinert poured in 24 points, six rebounds and three steals. Reed Rus added 17 points and five boards. Kolby Kayser scored 10 points in the loss. The Titans play Tri-Valley on Thursday in Mount Vernon.

FREEMAN — Irene-Wakonda’s defense guided it to a win over Freeman in boys basketball play on Tuesday.

Irene-Wakonda (1-5): No stats reported. The Eagles play Gayville-Volin on Friday in Gayville.

Freeman (1-5): Blake Rumelhart scored eight points. Bradey Kaufman added five points, seven rebounds and three steals. The Flyers host Bridgewater-Emery on Friday.

IW 15 27 43 58

F 6 16 25 30

ALEXANDRIA — Hanson placed three players in double figures and picked up a boys basketball win over Parkston on Tuesday.

Hanson (6-1): Noah Price finished with 14 points and Luke Haiar scored 13 points. Hayden Bahmuller added 12 points, 11 rebounds and five blocked shots. Ethan Cheeseman recorded eight points and eight rebounds. The Beavers play Viborg-Hurley on Thursday in Alexandria.

Parkston (3-4): Max Scott led the Trojans with 14 points and seven boards. Ethan Poore posted 10 points and Cole Prunty netted eight points. The Trojans travel to Vermillion on Friday.

P 11 21 33 49

H 19 31 46 63

PARKER — Parker ran past Bon Homme for a boys basketball win on Tuesday.

Parker (6-1): Cole Jurgens and Carter Robertson both scored 17 points for the Pheasants. Davin Fuller added 14 points in the win. The Pheasants host Garretson on Thursday.

Bon Homme (0-6): Carter Uecker scored a game-high 18 points. Nate Hall added seven points and eight rebounds. Karsten Kozak finished with nine points and six boards. The Cavaliers travel to Wagner on Friday.

BH 13 26 39 45

P 12 28 45 66

SCOTLAND — Gayville-Volin took down Scotland on the road for a boys basketball win on Tuesday.

Gayville-Volin (3-3): Andrew Gustad scored 16 points. Kyle Hirsch added 14 points and four rebounds. Spencer Karstens chipped in 11 points and six steals. The Raiders play Irene-Wakonda on Friday in Gayville.

Scotland (2-3): Keenan Souhrada had a 12-point, 10-rebound double-double. Dawson Bietz added eight points. The Highlanders play Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Thursday in Tripp.

GV 14 27 38 50

S 5 10 21 32

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