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JVC defeats Patriots 73-50

Posted: Friday, Feb 1st, 2013


Hitchcock-Tulare’s Trent Hofer puts up a shot as James Valley Christian’s Leon Brondsema goes for the block during their game Tuesday at the JVC gym. PHOTO BY KARA GUTORMSON/PLAINSMAN


HURON — Four players reached double figures in the scoring column for second-ranked James Valley Christian during a 73-50 victory in a 281 Conference matchup against Hitchcock-Tulare on Tuesday at JVC gym.

The Vikings, who improved to 13-0 overall and 4-0 in the 281, led 32-25 at the half and 54-38 heading into the final quarter.

Adam Hofer topped the scoring chart for JVC with a game-high 23 points. Nathan Wedel had 18 points, while Andrew Ulvestad and Leon Brondsema added 14 and 10 points, respectively.

Hofer also had nine rebounds to help the Vikings to a 35-21 advantage on the boards. Wedel had a team-high five assists, while Brondsema had a pair of steals.

Landon Gatzke finished with 18 points, including four of the five 3-pointers for the Patriots, who dropped to 9-5 overall and 1-2 in the 281. Clay Jens added 12 points.

Dan Marshall had five rebounds and five steals for Hitchcock-Tulare, and Trent Hofer had seven assists.

JVC scheduled to travel to Iroquois in a 281 Conference matchup today. Hitchcock-Tulare will face Redfield-Doland in Redfield on Saturday.



Hitchcock-Tulare 13 25 38 50

JVC 14 32 54 73

Hitchcock-Tulare (9-5, 1-2): Landon Gatzke 5 4-4 18; Landon Bushong 3 0-0 6; Dan Marshall 2 0-0 4; Clay Jens 6 0-0 12; Seth Tollefson 1 1-1 3; Chase Bixler 2 0-0 5; Tyler Oechsle 1 0-0 2; Grayson Binger 0 0-2 0. Totals: 20 5-7 50.

James Valley Christian (13-0, 4-0): Donnie Decker 1 3-3 5; Adam Hofer 8 4-4 23; Leon Brondsema 3 2-2 10; Nathan Wedel 6 5-6 18; Andrew Ulvestad 5 2-2 14; Cole Glanzer 1 1-2 3. Totals: 24 17-19 73.

Rebounds: HT 21 (Marshall 5); JVC 35 (Hofer 9). 3-point goals: HT 5 (Gatzke 4); JVC 8 (Hofer 3, Brondsema 2, Ulvestad 2, Wedel 1). Turnovers: HT 12; JVC 13. Assists: HT 17 (Hofer 7); JVC 14 (Wedel 5). Steals: HT 7 (Marshall 5); JVC 6 (Brondsema 2). Fouls: HT 17 (Marshall, out); JVC 10.



Sunshine Bible Academy 69,

Highmore-Harrold 47

MILLER - Sunshine Bible Academy used and early surge to build a 19-8 lead en route to a 69-47 victory against Highmore-Harrold in a 281 Conference matchup on Tuesday.

Brian LaDue had 18 points and nine rebounds to lead the Crusaders, who improved to 5-8. Jaden Brockel had 16 points, while Brady Brockel added 14 points.

Jaden Brockel also had 11 assists for SBA, while LaDue had four steals.

Hadley Hamlin was the lone player to reach double figures for the Pirates (2-11) with 18 points. Jordan Houdek had nine points and a team-high 14 rebounds, while Colin Weidenbach had six assists.



Highmore-Harrold 8 20 34 47

SBA 19 36 51 69

Highmore-Harold (2-11): Hayden Houdek 1 3-4 5; Colin Weidenbach 2 1-2 6; Hadley Hamlin 8 2-2 18; Jordan Houdek 4 1-3 9; Brady LaMont 1 0-0 3; Trevor Ryan 1 0-0 2; Jarrett Krause 0 2-2 2; Ben Peterson 1 0-0 2. Totals: 18 9-13 47.

Sunshine Bible Academy (5-8): Brady Brockel 6 2-4 14; Brian LaDue 8 2-4 18; Daniel Pedersen 4 1-2 9; Jaden Brockel 6 2-2 16; Drew McClain 1 2-2 5; Stetson Erickson 1 1-2 3; Chibueze Egeruoh 2 0-0 4. Totals: 28 10-16 69.

Rebounds: HH 34 (J. Houdek 14); SBA 34 (LaDue 9). 3-point goals: HH 2 (Weidenbach 1, LaMont 1); SBA 3 (J. Brockel 2, McClain 1). Turnovers: HH 17; SBA 12. Assists: HH 10 (Weidenbach 6); SBA 21 (J. Brockel 11). Steals: HH 6 (H. Houdek 2); SBA 12 (LaDue 4). Fouls: HH 13; SBA 14.



Clark-Willow Lake 52,

De Smet 42

DE SMET — Clark-Willow Lake, which is receiving votes in the Class A rankings, handed De Smet, which is ranked No. 4 in Class B, its first loss of the season on Tuesday.

Chynna Stevens had a game-high 23 points to lead the Cyclones to their ninth straight win. Mikayla Prouty and Mackenzie Huber added 13 and 12 points, respectively.

Stevens and Huber had nine rebounds each to help Clark-Willow Lake to a 40-29 advantage on the boards. Janelle Paulson had a team-high five rebounds, while Prouty had three steals.

Amanda Poppen was the lone player to reach double figures for the Lady Bulldogs, with 10 points. Rylie Osthus finished with nine points, while Taylor Schoenfelder added seven points.

Grayson Gruenhagen had eight rebounds, while Osthus had five assists and Poppen had three steals. Clark-Willow Lake, which is now 12-3, will face Britton-Hecla in Britton on Friday. De Smet (14-1) will host Estelline on Friday.



Clark-Willow Lake 15 24 44 52

De Smet 11 21 31 42

Clark-Willow Lake: Mikayla Prouty 5 0-0 13; Chynna Stevens 8 4-4 23; Mackenzie Huber 4 4-4 12; Laura Alexander 1 0-0 2; Morgan Huber 1 0-0 2. Totals: 19 8-8 52.

De Smet: Taylor Schoenfelder 3 1-2 7; Grayson Gruenhagen 2 1-2 5; Rylie Osthus 3 3-6 9; Kelli Augenbaugh 2 0-0 4; Amanda Poppen 5 0-0 10; Shelace Albrecht 2 0-0 4; Kelsey Poppen 1 1-5 3. Totals: 18 6-15 42.

Rebonds: CWL 40 (Stevens 9, Mackenzie Huber 9); D 29 (Gruenhagen 8). 3-point goals: CWL 6 (Prouty 3, Stevens 3); D 0. Turnovers: CWL 13; D 11. Assists: CWL 14 (Paulson 5); D 11 (Osthus 5). Steals: CWL 5 (Prouty 3); D 6 (A. Poppen 3). Fouls: CWL 10; D 11.



Wessington Springs 55,

Iroquois 34

IROQUOIS - Shyanne Kopfmann had 14 points and 19 rebounds to lead Wessington Springs past Iroquois 55-34 in a 281 Conference matchup on Tuesday.

Also reaching double figures for the Lady Spartans were Sheyanne Brodkorb and Maddie Gran with 12 and 11 points, respectively. Cassidy Musick and Brodkorb each had six steals, while Musick had a team-high four assists.

Kelsey Blue was the lone player to reach double figures with 16 points for the Lady Chiefs. She also shared the rebounding honors with Haley DeJong with five boards each. Allison Bich led with four assists.

Both teams return to action today with 281 Conference matchups. Wessington Springs, which improved to 5-10 overall and 3-4 in the 281, will host Wolsey-Wessington. Iroquois (0-11, 0-3) will host James Valley Christian.



Wessington Springs 13 27 40 55

Iroquois 6 16 27 34

Wessington Springs (5-10, 3-4): Sheyanne Brodkorb 6 0-0 12; Cassidy Musick 3 2-4 8; Morgan Tebay 3 0-0 6; Maddie Gran 4 3-4 11; Shyanne Kopfmann 5 4-11 14; Lexi Olinger 1 0-0 2; Haley Bruckner 0 2-2 2. Totals: 22 11-21 55.

Iroquois (0-11, 0-3): Amber Jacobs 2 0-1 4; Kelsey Blue 5 5-8 16; Haley DeJong 0 1-4 1; Allison Bic 2 3-5 7; Ashlynne Gross 2 0-1 4; Lacey Bich 1 0-0 2. Totals: 12 9-19 34.

Rebounds: WS 50 (Kopfmann 19); I 22 (Blue 5, DeJong 5). 3-point goals: WS 0; I 1 (Blue 1). Turnovers: WS 25; I 21. Assists: WS 8 (Musick 4); I 7 (Bich 4). Steals: WS 21 (Musick 6, Brodkorb 6); I 6. Fouls: WS 19; I 19 (Gross, out).





Aberdeen Roncalli 61,

Miller 47

MILLER - A quick start helped Aberdeen Roncalli to a 61-47 victory against Miller on Tuesday.

The Cavaliers led 20-7 after the opening quarter en route to the victory, which boosted their record to 10-3.

Mollee Karst amassed 22 points to lead Aberdeen Roncalli. Morgan Gunderson had 11 points, while Tage Hanson and Paige Sommers added eight points each.

Kristen Peterka led the Rustlers with 18 points, while Jansen Hunter added 15 points and had six rebounds.

Miller, which is now 5-9, travels to play Ipswich today.



Aberdeen Roncalli 20 36 46 61

Miller 7 24 37 47

Aberdeen Roncalli (10-3): Tage Hanson 2 4-4 8; Taylor Hanson 1 2-3 4; Morgan Gunderson 4 3-4 11; Mollee Karst 7 8-11 22; Abby Dockter 2 0-0 4; Kate Heintzman 0 2-2 2; Emily Bohle 1 0-0 2; Paige Sommers 3 1-2 8; MiKayla Malsam 0 0-2 0. Totals: 20 20-28 61.

Miller (5-9): Kristen Peterka 8 2-3 18; Jansen Hunter 5 5-8 15; Deneah Schlechter 1 3-4 5; Annie Fulton 1 0-0 2; Jamie Mentzer 1 5-9 7. Totals: 16 15-24 47.

Rebounds: AR 25; M 20 (Hunter 6). 3-point goals: AR 1; M 0. Turnovers: AR 13; M 21. Assists: AR 7; M 12. Steals: AR 18; M 9. Fouls: AR 20 (Dockter, out); M 22.



Redfield-Doland 54,

Florence-Henry 42

REDFIELD - Danielle Waldner and Courtney Albrecht had 11 and 10 points, respectively, to lead Redfield-Doland to a 54-42 victory against Florence-Henry on Tuesday.

Alex Remily had nine points for the Lady Pheasants, while Alicyn Jungwirth added seven points. Waldner had a team-high seven rebounds.

Morgan Schaack had 11 points to lead Florence-Henry, while Breanna Rogge added 10 points.

Florence-Henry 12 20 29 42

Redfield-Doland 6 22 32 54

Florence-Henry: Taylor Busskohl 2 0-1 2; Breanna Rogge 4 2-2 10; Emily Kahnke 1 3-5 5; Whitney Schaack 3 2-2 9; Morgan Schaack 5 1-3 11; Abbey Kitterson 0 1-2 1; Sammie Popham 2 0-1 4. Totals: 17 9-17 42.

Redfield-Doland: Courtney Albrecht 3 4-4 10; Danielle Waldner 3 5-8 11; Alicyn Jungwirth 2 2-4 7; Justine Severson 0 3-4 3; Roni Levtzow 0 4-6 4; Joslyn Heer 2 0-0 4; Jordann Howe 3 0-0 6; Alex Remily 3 0-0 9. Totals: 29 18-26 54.

Rebounds: FH 28; RD 29 (Waldner 7). 3-point goals: FH 3 (Rogge 2, W. Shaack 1); RD 4 (Remily 3, Jungwirth 1). Turnovers: FH 16; RD 24. Assists: FH 2; RD 4. Fouls: FH 19 (W. Schaack, out); RD 20.



Highmore-Harrold 72,

Sunshine Bible Academy 43

MILLER - McKenzee Zilverberg had 14 points to lead four players in double figures, as Highmore-Harrold defeated Sunshine Bible Academy 72-43 in a 281 Conference matchup on Tuesday.

Rachel Houdek finished with 13 points for the Pirates, while Tyann Hamlin and Courtney Keller added 11 and 10 points, respectively.

Hamlin had 10 rebounds as Highmore-Harrold outrebounded SBA 49-31. Elizabeth Buchholz had team highs with eight assists and five steals.

Tricia Wilken had a game-high 25 points and 10 rebounds for the Crusaders, who are now 8-6. Sarah Pedersen had 12 points.



Highmore-Harold 19 31 50 72

SBA 12 22 34 43

Highmore-Harold (12-2): Tyann Hamlin 4 3-5 11; Sydney Cowan 3 2-2 9; Courtney Keller 3 2-2 10; McKenzee Zilverberg 6 0-0 14; Kacie McCaulley 1 0-0 2; Tierny Hamlin 5 0-0 11; Rachel Houdek 6 1-6 13. Totals: 28 8-15 70.

Sunshine Bible Academy (8-6): Tricia Wilken 10 5-8 25; Sarah Pedersen 5 1-2 12; Cassie Beckwith 1 2-2 4; Heather Deal 1 0-0 2. Totals: 17 8-12 43.

Rebounds: HH 49 (Tyann Hamlin 10); SBA 31 (Wilken 10). 3-point goals: HH 6 (Keller 2, Zilverberg 2, Tierny Hamlin 1, Cowan 1); SBA 1 (Pedersen 1). Turnovers: HH 15; SBA 23. Assists: HH 21 (Elizabeth Buchholz 8); SBA 8 (Konechne 4). Steals: HH 15 (Buchholz 5); SBA 8 (Konechne 5). Fouls: HH 11; SBA 11.







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