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Posted: Thursday, Jan 9th, 2014




ELKTON — The fourth-ranked De Smet Lady Bulldogs cruised to a 58-24 victory against Elkton-Lake Benton on Tuesday.

After outscoring Elkton-Lake Benton 22-10 in the opening quarter, the Lady Bulldogs led 34-13 at the half en route to their sixth victory in as many outings.

Kelly Aughenbaugh and Kelsey Poppen each had 11 points to lead De Smet. Aughenbaugh’s effort included three of the team’s six 3-pointers.

Andrea Pommer, who connected on a pair of 3-pointers for the Lady Bulldogs, added 10 points.

Aughenbaugh also had five rebounds to help De Smet to a 38-19 advantage on the boards. Grayson Gruenhagen led the way with six assists, while Taylor Schoenfelder had four steals.

Morgan Carmody had six points and five steals to lead Elkton-Lake Benton, which is now 4-4.

Both teams return to action on Thursday. De Smet hosts Oldham-Ramona/Rutland, while Elkton-Lake Benton travels to play Estelline.



De Smet 22 34 53 58

Elkton-Lake Benton 10 13 19 24

De Smet (6-0): Andrea Pommer 4 0-0 10; Taylor Schoenfelder 2 2-2 7; Grayson Gruenhagen 1 2-2 4; Kelli Aughenbaugh 4 0-0 11; Kelsey Poppen 5 1-3 11; Maria Huntimer 2 1-2 5; 2 1-2 5; Ashley Flood 2 0-0 4; Kayli Buchholz 3 0-0 6. Totals: 23 6-9 58.

Elkton-Lake Benton (4-4): Bobbi Huber 1 1-2 3; Gabby Kampmann 1 1-2 3; Elizabeth Hegerfeld 0 0-2 0; Morgan Carmody 1 4-4 6; Rachel Hegerfeld 1 1-1 3; Kelsey Kinner 1 0-0 2; Courtney Mulder 2 0-0 4; Taylor Harming 1 1-1 3. Totals: 8 8-12 24.

Rebounds: D 38 (Aughenbaugh 5); ELB 19. 3-point goals: D 6 (Aughenbaugh 3, Pommer 2, Schoenfelder 1); ELB 0. Assists: D 17 (Gruenhagen 6); ELB 7 (Kampmann 3). Steals: D 16 (Schoenfelder 4); ELB na (Carmody 5). Fouls: D 9; ELB 8.



De Smet 50, Miller 31

DE SMET - The De Smet Lady Bulldogs, who were tied for fourth in the Class B rankings, built a 15-6 lead after the opening quarter en route to a 50-31 victory against the Miller Rustlers on Saturday.

The Lady Bulldogs, who improved to 5-0, converted on seven 3-pointers in the game while their counterparts had just one long-range jumper.

Grayson Gruenhagen and Taylor Schoenfelder each had three field goals from beyond the 3-point arc for De Smet. Gruenhagen finished with a game-high 15 points, while Schoenfelder had nine points.

Also reaching double figures for the Lady Bulldogs was Kayli Buchholz with 11 points. Kelli Aughenbaugh had seven rebounds, while Gruenhagen had three assists and three steals.

Jamie Mentzer was the lone player to reach double figures for Miller (1-4), with 13 points. Kristen Peterka had seven points and three steals, while Kristi Steptoe had five rebounds.

De Smet will host Oldham-Ramona/Rutland on Thursday, while Miller takes on Mobridge-Pollock on Friday in Mobridge.



Miller 6 14 21 31

De Smet 15 31 42 50

Miller: Kristi Steptoe 2 0-2 4; Kristen Peterka 2 3-6 7; Jamie Mentzer 3 7-8 13; Denae Schlechter 1 0-0 3; Shaly Werdel 1 0-0 2; Kallie Ruhnke 1 0-0 2; Shae Know 0 0-2 0. Totals: 10 10-18 31.

De Smet: Taylor Schoenfelder 3 0-0 9; Grayson Gruenhagen 5 2-2 15; Kelli Aughenbaugh 3 1-2 8; Kelsey Poppen 1 0-0 2; Andrea Pommer 1 0-0 2; Kennedy Fast 0 1-2 1; Maria Huntimer 0 1-3 1; Asley Flood 0 1-2 1; Kayli Buchholz 4 3-8 11. Totals: 17 9-19 50.

Rebounds: M 29 (Steptoe 5); D 35 (Aughenbaugh 7). 3-point goals: M 1 (Schlechter 1); D 7 (Schoenfelder 3, Gruenhagen 3, Aughenbaugh 1). Turnovers: M 19; D 15. Assists: M 5 (Mentzer 2); D 11 (Gruenhagen 3). Steals: M 7 (Peterka 3); D 8 (Gruenhagen 3). Fouls: M 18; D 19.



Clark-Willow Lake 52, Hamlin 49

HAYTI - The Clark-Willow Lake Cyclones used eight 3-pointers to offset a 6-for-19 performance from the free-throw line in a 52-49 victory against Hamlin on Saturday.

Mackenzie Huber had 15 points to lead the Cyclones, while Mikayla Prouty had 11 points. Taylor Hartley and Janae Kolden added eight points each.

Morgan Huber grabbed a team-high six rebounds for Clark-Willow Lake, while Hartley and Angela Young each had three assists.

Kennedy Noem had 12 points to lead three players in double figures for Hamlin. Molly Koisti and Alicia West added 11 and 10 points, respectively.

Noem grabbed seven of the 29 rebounds for the Chargers and West had five assists.



Clark-Willow Lake: Taylor Hartley 3 0-0 8; Janae Kolden 2 2-6 8; Angela Young 1 1-4 3; Kandace Kolden 1 0-3 3; Mikayla Prouty 4 0-2 11; Mackenzie Huber 6 3-4 15; Morgan Huber 2 0-0 4. Totals: 19 6-19 52.

Hamlin: Ali Lakness 2 0-0 4; Molly Koisti 5 0-0 11; Lexi Wadsworth 1 0-0 2; Kennedy Noem 4 3-4 12; Hanna Roe 3 0-2 6; Alicia West 4 2-2 10; Brooke Opdahl 1 0-0 2; Malorie Anderson 1 0-0 2. Totals: 21 5-8 49.

Rebounds: CWL 27 (Huber 6); H 29 (Noem 7). 3-point goals: CWL 8 (Prouty 3, Hartley 2, J. Kolden 2, K. Kolden 1); H 2 (Koisti 1, Noem 1). Turnovers: CWL 7; H 12. Assists: CWL 13 (Hartley 3, Young 3); H 15 (West 5). Steals: CWL 3; H 4 (Koisti 2). Fouls: CWL 6; H 14.



Boys

Miller 44, De Smet 31

DE SMET - The Miller Rustlers limited the De Smet Bulldogs to single digits in the scoring column during the first three quarter in a 44-31 victory on Saturday.

Haydn Herman and Beau Keeter had 11 and 10 points, respectively, to lead a balanced scoring attack for the Rusters. Kris Wharton added nine points.

Preston Blackwell and Herman each had six rebounds to lead Miller to a 32-24 advantage on the boards.

Austin Janssen had eight points to lead the Bulldogs. Kyler Asleson added seven points and Dylan Gehm had six rebounds.



Miller 13 25 34 44

De Smet 7 14 20 31

Miller: Preston Blackwell 2 2-4 6; Beau Keeter 4 2-5 10; Haydn 3 5-5 11; Kris Wharton 4 0-0 9; Cody Breland 2 1-2 5; Mason Chapin 1 0-0 3. Totals: 16 10-16 44.

De Smet: Dylan Gehm 1 2-3 4; Austin Janssen 4 0-0 8; Tate Munger 2 0-0 5; Matt Larson 0 0-2 0; Kyler Asleson 1 5-7 7; Broderick Poppinga 1 2-2 4; Adam Aughenbaugh 1 0-0 3. Totals: 10 9-14 31.

Rebounds: M 32 (Blackwell 6, Herman 6); D 24 (Gehm 6). 3-point goals: M 2 (Wharton 1, Chapin 1); D 2 (Munger 1, Aughenbaugh 1). Turnovers: M 13, D 13. Assists: M 8 (Blackwell 2, Keeter 2, Herman 2); D 7 (Larson 2, Asleson 2, Aughenbaugh 2). Steals: M 8 (Blackwell 3); D 5. Fouls: M 17; D 18 (Janssen, out).



Sanborn Central-Woonsocket 62, Hitchcock-Tulare 56

FORESTBURG - Sanborn Central-Woonsocket emerged with a 62-56 victory against Hitchcock-Tulare in a 281 Conference matchup on Saturday.

Dillon Moore and Davion Brooks had 18 and 17 points, respectively, to lead the Blackhawks, who improved to 4-0.

Brooks also had 15 rebounds to help Sanborn Central-Woonsocket to a 40-21 advantage on the boards. Tucker Kingsbury had team-high totals with six assists and three steals, while Jaedyn Ford also had three steals.

Trent Hofer sparked the Patriots with 16 points, while Landon Gatzke added 14 points and Chase Bixler had nine points.



Hitchcock-Tulare 6 22 35 56

Sanborn Central-Woonsocket 13 33 45 62

Hitchcock-Tulare (2-3): Trent Hofer 4 6-12 16; Landon Gatzke 3 6-8 14; Tyler Oechsle 2 1-2 5; Chase Bixler 2 5-6 9; Trevor Hofer 3 0-3 6; Boston Knippling 3 0-0 6. Totals: 17 18-31 56.

Sanborn Central-Woonsocket (4-0): Tyler Krueger 2 1-1 5; Tucker Kingsbury 1 6-8 8; Jaedyn Ford 1 0-0 2; Davion Brooks 7 3-4 17; Brady Tiede 3 3-6 9; Dillon Moore 5 8-10 18; Josh Feiner 1 0-0 3. Totals: 20 21-29 62.

Rebounds: HT 21; SCW 40 (Brooks 15). 3-point goals: HT 4 (Trent Hofer 2, Gatzke 2); SCW 1 (Feiner 1). Turnovers: HT 14; SCW 17. Assists: HT 17 (Trent Hofer 8); SCW 9 (Kingsbury 6). Steals: HT 11; SCW 11 (Ford 3, Kingsbury 3). Fouls: HT 25 (Oechsle, Bixler, Knippling, out); SCW 24. B-game score: SCW 45, HT 29.















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