Area basketball roundup: Bon Homme girls push past Avon – The Daily Republic

Bon Homme (3-11): Erin Heusinkveld finished with 13 points and six rebounds. Jaden Kortan netted 12 points. Kenzie Carson collected eight rebounds. Jurni Vavruska handed out five assists and Jenae Alberts had four steals. The Cavaliers host Freeman on Saturday.

Avon (4-13): Tiffany Pelton posted 17 points and Alexa Sees netted 11 points. Avon hosts Wagner on Saturday.

ALEXANDRIA — Class B No. 5 Hanson knocked off Mount Vernon/Plankinton in girls basketball action on Thursday.

Hanson (12-3): Annalyse Weber tossed in a team-high 17 and dished out five assists. Karlie Goergen netted 12 points, while Shelby Hernandez and Mekiah Campbell scored 11 points apiece. Campbell collected five rebounds. The Beavers host Parker on Saturday.

MVP (9-5): Maria Baker netted 17 points, while Emilee Fox finished with 11 points, six rebounds and four assists. MVP plays at Chamberlain on Friday.

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HIGHMORE — Highmore-Harrold held off Lyman for a girls basketball victory on Thursday.

Highmore-Harrold (13-0): Haley Hustad logged 17 points and seven rebounds. Courtney Moser and Letha Jessen scored 10 points apiece. Maddie Knox added six rebounds and five points. Kassie Hale dished out six assists. Highmore-Harrold plays Herreid/Selby Area on Saturday in Highmore.

Lyman (2-13): No stats reported. Lyman hosts Chamberlain on Feb. 8.

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IRENE — Corsica-Stickney held off Irene-Wakonda in girls basketball action on Thursday.

Corsica-Stickney (15-2): Raven Barse led the Jaguars with 20 points and Rachel Gerlach posted 19 points. Morgan DeLange finished with six points. The Jaguars host Kimball/White Lake on Feb. 9 in Corsica.

Irene-Wakonda (8-7): McKenna Mohr finished with 13 points, while Nora O’Malley had 11 points and 11 rebounds. Katie Knodel posted 12 points, seven assists, five rebounds and four steals. Emma Marshall scored 10 points. The Eagles play at Menno on Saturday.

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PLATTE — Scotland used a 19-9 fourth-quarter run and outlasted Platte-Geddes in prep girls basketball action on Thursday.

Scotland (12-4): Grace Fryda finished with 24 points, while Makayla Friederich added 13 points and five rebounds. Kennedy Bietz recorded nine points and nine assists. The Highlanders play at Parkston on Feb. 9.

Platte-Geddes (5-11): Cadence VanZee led the Black Panthers with 21 points, while Regan Hoffman recorded 16 points and five rebounds. Karly VanDerWerff added 13 points and five rebounds. Hadley Hanson finished with nine points and six boards. The Black Panthers host Miller on Saturday.

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WAGNER — Andes Central/Dakota Christian outlasted Wagner in girls basketball action on Thursday.

ACDC (11-4): Mackenzie Muckey finished with 16 points, seven points and four steals. Josie Brouwer added 15 points, while Lexie VanderPol added nine points. Allison Muckey recorded seven points and five rebounds. ACDC plays at Colome on Friday.

Wagner (4-9): Shalayne Nagel and Macy Koupal netted 14 points apiece. Koupal added six rebounds, four assists and four steals. Ashlyn Koupal added six points and Eve Zephier grabbed five rebounds. Wagner plays at Avon on Saturday.

WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Lower Brule outscored Wessington Springs 14-9 in the fourth quarter to earn a girls basketball win on Thursday.

Lower Brule (9-6): Courtney Traversie finished with 14 points and 13 boards. Ronessa Sazue added nine points, while Maddison Wells added eight points. Lower Brule plays Jones County on Saturday.

Wessington Springs (2-14): Avery Orth finished with 13 points and seven rebounds. Alyssa Grohs added 10 points and six rebounds. Kirstie Munsen posted six points and six rebounds. Carissa Scheel added seven rebounds and five points. The Spartans host Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Saturday.

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ALEXANDRIA — Hanson pulled away from Mount Vernon/Plankinton for a boys basketball win on Thursday.

Hanson (11-4): Riley Ferry finished with 15 points and eight rebounds. Noah Price put in 14 points, while Ethan Cheeseman added 10 points and four steals. Hayden Bahmuller netted eight points and grabbed seven rebounds. The Beavers host Parker on Saturday.

MVP (4-10): Reed Rus tossed in nine points and Nathan Hohn scored eight points. The Titans play at Chamberlain on Friday.

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SCOTLAND — Ethan pulled away from Scotland for a boys basketball victory on Thursday.

Ethan (10-5): Jay Storm finished with 16 points and four assists. Riley Endres added 13 points. The Rustlers play Kimball/White Lake on Friday in Kimball.

Scotland (5-10): Nick Harrington and Stephen Johnson scored six points apiece. Harrington added four rebounds. Scotland plays at Parkston on Feb. 9.

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FORT PIERRE — Three players combined for 48 points to lift Chamberlain to a boys basketball game win over Stanley County on Thursday.

Chamberlain (13-1): Cameron Caldwell led the Cubs with 18 points and five rebounds. Drayton Priebe finished with 16 points and five assists. Sellyck McManus logged 14 points and seven boards. Hayden Evans scored eight points. The Cubs play Mount Vernon/Plankinton on Friday.

Stanley County (7-5): Lathan Prince scored 18 points and Nathan Cook posted 11 points. Stanley County plays at Potter County on Feb. 8.

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WAGNER — Wagner placed three players in double figures in a boys basketball victory over Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Thursday.

Wagner (7-5): Toby Zephier finished with 15 points and six steals. Alex Cournoyer added 11 points and seven rebounds. Dustin Honomichl finished with 10 points and nine boards. Nolan Carda logged 11 rebounds, eight points and four assists. Wagner plays at Avon on Saturday.

ACDC (5-9): Cam’ron Thin Elk finished with 14 points and six rebounds. Xavier Hare and Kizer Hart scored 11 points apiece. Hart added 11 rebounds, four assists and four steals. Rizon Clark added eight points and eight rebounds. ACDC plays at Colome on Friday.

WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Lower Brule pulled away from a 54-54 third-quarter tie and edged Wessington Springs in boys basketball play on Thursday.

Lower Brule (7-7): Gavin Thigh finished with 24 points, while Keshaume Thigh posted 14 points and seven rebounds. Shane Grey Owl recorded 13 points and seven rebounds. Brian LaRoche Jr., added 12 points and eight assists. Lower Brule plays at Ipswich on Feb. 11.

Wessington Springs (10-4): Mason Schleske and Jacob Messmer scored 22 points apiece. Schleske added 15 boards, while Messmer grabbed 14 rebounds. Cade Mohling and Cooper Hainy added eight and seven points, respectively. Blake Larson dished out five assists. The Spartans host Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Saturday.

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MARTY — Bryce Frank and Ben Witt combined for 48 points to pace Burke to a boys basketball win over Marty on Thursday.

Burke (10-3): Frank scored 27 points, while Witt netted 21 points. Johnny Rozeboom added 14 points and seven rebounds. Brogan Glover finished with eight assists, six rebounds and three steals. Nick Nelson collected seven rebounds. Burke plays Bon Homme on Feb. 9 in Tyndall.

Marty (3-5): Lawrence Rouse scored 15 points and Josiah Cottier added 12 points. Marty plays Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Friday in Tripp.

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