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Blackhawks win in overtime against Mt. Vernon-Plankinton

Posted: Tuesday, Jan 8th, 2013




PLANKINTON ó Sanborn Central-Woonsocket got 21 points from senior Nick Miller and held off Mt. Vernon-Plankinton in overtime to get a 58-55 win Saturday at Plankinton to keep their record perfect at 6-0.

The teams were tied after the first quarter, 10-10, with Miller scoring eight of his teamís 10 points in the opening quarter. The Blackhawks opened the game up in the second quarter, outscoring the Titans 17-11 in the second frame to take a six-point lead into halftime.

Mt. Vernon-Plankinton came back in the second half, making up the six-point deficit by the end of regulation tying the score at 50-50. The comeback was led by senior guard Jared Long who scored 13 of his 20 points in the second half. Deric Denning scored 11 of his 20 points in the second half for the Titans.

But it was the Blackhawks who would hold on for the overtime victory. Davion Brooks had 13 points, including four of his teamís eight overtime points, and a team-high six rebounds for the Blackhawks. Todd Stekl added 10 points for Sanborn Central-Woonsocket.

Sanborn Central-Woonsocket hosts Kimball-White Lake Tuesday.



Sanborn Central-Woonsocket 10 27 40 50 58

Mt. Vernon-Plankinton 10 21 35 50 55

Sanborn Central-Woonsocket (6-0): Tyler Krueger 0 2-2 2; Todd Stekl 2 4-4 10; Nick Miller 9 3-5 21; Davion Brooks 4 5-6 13; Drew Hinker 2 0-0 4; Jaedyn Ford 2 0-0 6; Tucker Kingsbury 1 0-0 2.

Mt. Vernon-Planktinton (4-3): Deric Denning 6 4-4 20; Jared Long 6 7-10 20; Kellam Karst 2 3-4 7; Cote Hinker 1 2-4 4; Nick Lawson 1 0-0 2; Cody Renken 1 0-0 2.

Rebounds: SCW, 24 (Brooks 6); MVP, 35. Assists: SCW, 14 (Stekl 6); MVP 6. Steals: SCW, 11 (Miller 5); MVP, 11. Turnovers: SCW, 18; MVP 23. FG%: SCW, 37; MVP, 38.



James Valley Christian 84, Kimball-White Lake 56

HURON ó James Valley Christian, which is the fourth-ranked team in Class B, erupted for 33 points in the third quarter to pull away for an 84-56 victory against previously unbeaten Kimball-White Lake on Friday at the JVC gym.

The Vikings, who improved to 4-0, held a 19-17 lead at the end of the opening quarter and led 37-31 at the half.

They outscored Kimball-White Lake 33-8 in the third quarter to break open the game and coasted to the victory.

Adam Hofer scored 19 of his game-high 32 points for JVC in the third quarter. Also reaching double figures for the Vikings were Nathan Wedel with 20 points and Andrew Ulvestad with 18 points.

Wedel and Ulvestad each finished with seven rebounds and four steals, while Hofer had a team-high five assists.

Jesse Taylor had 21 points to lead Kimball-White Lake (5-1), while Jacob Kirsch had 11 points, eight rebounds and four assists.

The Vikings return to action Tuesday, when they host Mount Vernon-Plankinton.



Kimball-White Lake 17 31 39 56

James Valley Christian 19 37 70 84

Kimball-White Lake (5-1): Jesse Taylor 8 3-5 21; Trevor Reinesch 2 0-0 5; Kyle Peters 2 3-3 7; Eathen Gaulke 1 2-2 5; Jacob Kirsch 4 3-4 11; Russell Pick 2 0-0 6; Stephen Miedema 0 1-2 1. Totals: 17 12-16 56.

James Valley Christian (4-0): Adam Hofer 14 2-2 32; Leon Brondsema 2 1-2 6; Nathan Wedel 10 0-1 20; Andrew Ulvestad 8 0-0 18; Alex Waldner 2 0-0 4; Cole Glanzer 1 0-0 2; Jayden Waldner 1 0-0 2. Totals: 38 3-5 84.

Rebounds: KWL 26 (Kirsch 8); JVC 27 (Wedel 7, Ulvestad 7). 3-point goals: KWL 6 (Taylor 2, Pick 2, Reinesch 1, Gaulke 1); JVC 5 (Hofer 2, Ulvestad 2, Brondsema 1). Turnovers: KWL 26; JVC 7. Assists: KWL 16 (Kirsch 4); JVC 16 (Hofer 5). Steals: KWL 11 (Peters 3); JVC 20 (Wedel 4, Ulvestad 4). Fouls: KWL 13; JVC 22.



Mt. Vernon-Plankinton 86, Wessington Springs 40

PLANKINTON ó Deric Denning scored a game-high 25 points, including six 3-pointers, to lead Mt. Vernon-Plankinton to a lopsided 86-40 win over Wessington Springs Friday at Plankinton.

The Mt. Vernon-Plankinton Titans shot 46 percent from the field, including eight 3-pointers. Four players finished in double figures for the Titans. Along with Denningís 25, Kellam Karst, Jared Long and Garret Lawson scored 11 points apiece in the win.

Wessington Springs senior guard Deion Sails scored a team-high 13 points. Braden Jones scored 10 for the Spartans who fall to 1-5 on the season with the loss.

Wessington Springs returns to action Monday as they host Ethan.



Wessington Springs (1-5): Zachary Paulson 3 0-3 7; Braden Jones 4 1-1 10; Deion Sails 6 1-1 13; Bailey Willman 1 0-0 2; Austin Messmer 2 0-0 4; Trenity Kenobbie 1 0-0 2; Blake Messmer 1 0-2; 2.

Mt. Vernon-Plankinton (4-2): Kellam Karst 5 2-2 11; Jared Long 4 3-4 11; Jordan Highelk 0 2-4 2; Garret Lawson 2 7-9 11; Cote Hinker 1 2-2 4; Nick Lawson 4 0-0 8; Tate Deinert 1 2-2 4; Deric Denning 8 0-1 25; Cody Renken 1 2-2 4; Jalen Larson 1 2-2 5; Marcus Anderson 1 0-0 2.

Rebounds: WS, 26 (Jones 5); MVP, 39 (Hinker 9). 3-point Goals: WS, 2; MVP, 8 (Denning 6). Steals: WS, 2; MVP, 12 (Denning 5). Turnovers: WS, 32; MVP, 18. Team Fouls: WS, 21 (Hohn out); MVP, 14.



Girls

Hitchcock-Tulare 68, Leola-Frederick 38

TULARE ó Molly Koester fell one steal shy of recording a triple-double, as Hitchcock-Tulare recorded a 68-38 victory against Leola-Frederick on Friday.

Koester finished with 12 points, 10 rebounds and nine steals for the Lady Patriots, who improved to 2-6.

Taylor Knippling had 18 points to lead four players in double figures for Hitchcock-Tulare. LaMour Binger and Cassie Binger added 11 and 10 points, respectively.

The Lady Patriots outrebounded Leola-Frederick 30-16 and had 22 steals in the game.

Mariah Mikkonen was the lone player to reach double figures for Leola-Frederick with 12 points.

Hitchcock-Tulare is now off until it opens the 281 Conference Tournament on Friday. The Lady Patriots are the sixth seed and will face No. 3 Wessington Springs in the first game of the opening round at 3:30 p.m. in Wolsey.



Leola-Frederick 9 18 33 38

Hitchcock-Tulare 15 38 47 68

Leola-Frederick: Haili Wimer 2 2-2 6; Taylor Kindelspire 1 2-4 4; Megan Walworth 0 2-2 2; Mariah Mikkonen 3 4-5 12; Hailey Sumption 1 1-2 3; Mackenzie Heilman 2 4-6 8; Emily Grabowska 0 3-4 3. Totals: 9 18-25 38.

Hitchcock-Tulare (2-6): Molly Koester 4 4-9 12; Taylor Knippling 7 4-7 18; Heather Barrie 4 0-0 8; Cassie Binger 3 4-4 10; LaMour Binger 5 1-3 11; Katlyn Boomsma 1 2-2 4; Saige Peterson 0 1-2 1; Shaylyn Steinheuser 0 0-2 0; Chelsey Schultz 2 0-0 4. Totals: 26 13-25 68.

Rebounds: LF 16 (Wimer 4); HT 30 (Koester 10). 3-point goals: LF 2 (Mikkonen 2); HT 0. Turnovers: LF 26; HT 13. Assists: LF 0; HT 8 (Barrie 2, Knippling 2). Steals: LF 8 (Heilman 3, Grabowska 3); HT 22 (Koester 9). Fouls: LF 24 (Kindelspire, out); HT 19.





For the complete article see the 01-06-2013 issue.

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