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Posted: Tuesday, Feb 5th, 2013




BY PLAINSMAN STAFF

DE SMET — The De Smet girls’ basketball team improved to 16-1 on the season with a 50-21 win over James Valley Christian Saturday at De Smet. The Lady Bulldogs, ranked fourth in Class B, shot 45 percent from the field in the game and hit four 3-pointers. Sophomore guard Rylie Osthus led all scorers with 12 for De Smet. Grayson Gruenhagen added 11.

The Lady Bulldogs came out of the gate strong, taking a 16-8 lead after the first quarter. They led 25-15 at halftime. Their defense was stingy in the second half, holding JVC scoreless in the third quarter and they gave up just six points in the final frame.

JVC was led by Hannah Loban who scored seven points. Kristen Williams scored four points.

De Smet will travel to Flandreau Tuesday to take on the Class A Flyers. JVC hosts Mitchell Christian Tuesday night.



James Valley Christian 8 15 15 21

De Smet 16 25 38 50

JVC (9-6): Jaclyn Loban 1 0-0 3; Hannah Loban 3 1-1 7; Tara Nihart 0 3-3 3; Tiarra Decker 0 2-2 2; Julie Loewen 1 0-0 2; Kristen Williams 2 0-0 4. Totals: 7 6-11 21.

De Smet (16-1): Taylor Schoenfelder 1 0-0 3; Grayson Gruenhagen 4 1-2 11; Rylie Osthus 6 0-0 12; Amanda Poppen 1 1-2 3; Brittney Eichacker 1 0-0 2; Andrea Pommer 1 1-2 4; Kelli Aughenbaugh 3 0-0 6; Kelsey Poppen 0 1-2 1; Maria Huntimer 2 0-0 4; Ashley Flood 2 0-1 4. Totals: 21 4-9 50.

Rebounds: JVC 27 (H. Loban 4, Nihart 4); DS 28 (Huntimer 7). 3-point goals: JVC 1; DS 4 (Gruenhagen 2). Turnovers: JVC 21; DS 14. Assists: JVC 4; DS 14 (Albrecht 3, Gruenhagen 3). Steals: JVC 11 (H. Loban 5); DS 10. Fouls: JVC 11; DS 11.



Wolsey-Wessington 86, SC-W 48

FORESTBURG — In a matchup of District 9 foes, Wolsey-Wessington came away with a lopsided 86-48 win over Sanborn Central-Woonsocket Saturday night at Forestburg. All five starters scored in double figures for the Warbirds, who improved to 13-1 on the season.

Senior guard Roy Lumpkin led all scorers with 25. He also grabbed nine rebounds. Larenzo Williams scored 16 and Hayden Hooks had 15 on the night. Ryan Sprecher hit three 3-pointers, finishing with 11 points, and Alex Babcock also scored 11 and grabbed a game-high 11 rebounds for Wolsey-Wessington.

Wolsey-Wessington was hot out of the gate. Babcock scored 10 of his 11 points in the first quarter. Sprecher hit two of his three shots from behind the arc in the first quarter.

The Blackhawks got it going in the second quarter as senior guard Todd Steckl hit two of his four 3-pointers in the second frame. But Wolsey-Wessington kept the pressure on and led 41-25 at halftime.

The Warbirds played tough defense to open the second half, limiting the Blackhawks to just 10 points in the third quarter, putting the game out of reach. Sprecher scored nine of his 25 points in the quarter to give Wolsey-Wessington a 67-35 lead after three.

Sanborn Central-Woonsocket was led by Stekl who scored 15. Tyler Krueger added 10 for the Blackhawks who fall to 10-6 on the year. The Blackhawks return to action Tuesday as they travel to Iroquois to take on the winless Chiefs.

Wolsey-Wessington will host 3-10 Wessington Springs Tuesday at Wolsey.



Wolsey-Wessington 24 41 67 86

Sanborn Central Woonsocket 10 25 35 48

Wolsey Wessington (13-1): Hayden Hooks 4 6-6 15; Larenzo Williams 5 5-8 16; Alex Babcock 4 3-5 11; Roy Lumpkin 11 2-5 25; Ryan Sprecher 4 0-0 11; Ryne Johnson 1 0-2 3; Randy Neuharth 0 1-2 1; Chris Williams 1 0-0 2. Totals: 34 17-28 86.

Sanborn Central-Woonsocket (10-6): Tyler Krueger 4 0-2 10; Todd Stekl 4 3-4 15; Nick Miller 4 1-1 9; Davion Brooks 3 2-4 8; Brady Tiede 1 1-2 3; Jarid Bechen 1 0-0 2. Totals: 17 8-18 48.

Rebounds: SCW 24 (Stekl 5, Miller 4); WW 43 (Babcock 11, Lumpkin 9). Assists: SCW 15 (Tucker Kingsbury 8); WW 19 (Hooks 7). Steals: SCW 7 (Miller 3); WW 15 (Williams 4, Hooks 4). Turnovers: SCW 18; WW 6.



De Smet 55, Estelline 47

DE SMET - Austin Janssen had 17 points and 12 rebounds to lead De Smet to a 55-47 victory against Estelline on Friday.

Kyler Asleson added 13 points for the Bulldogs and had team-high totals with six assists and three steals. Brad Penney finished with nine points.

Brian Vohlken had 14 points, including four 3-pointers for the Raiders.

Estelline 7 20 33 47

De Smet 11 25 36 55

Estelline: Brian Vohliken 4 2-3 14; Sam Krause 3 5-10 11; Trevor Ward 0 4-4 4; Brady Miller 1 1-6 3; Garret Reed 3 0-0 8; Ben Shay 1 0-1 2; Maxx Hausman 1 0-0 3; Brett Volken 0 2-2 2. Totals: 13 14-28.

De Smet: Andrew Foley 3 0-1 6; Austin Janssen 8 1-5 17; Jesse Gebhart 0 0-2 0; Brad Penney 3 3-4 9; Kyler Asleson 4 4-6 13; Tate Munger 2 0-0 6; Dylan Gehm 2 0-0 4. Totals: 22 8-18 55.

Rebounds: E 24 (Reed 6); D 35 (Janssen 12). 3-point goals: E 7 (Brian Vohlken 4, Reed 2, Hausman 1); D 3 (Munger 2, Asleson 1). Turnovers: E 10; D 12. Assists: E 11 (Reed 6); D 17 (Asleson 6). Steals: E 5; D 8 (Asleson 3). Fouls: E 16 (Ward, out); D 22.



Deuel 54, Redfield-Doland 47

CLEAR LAKE - Deuel emerged with a 54-47 victory against Redfield-Doland on Friday.

Lincoln Swenson led all scorers with 26 points for the Cardinals, while Justin Cassels had 10 points. Curt Boeke pulled down seven rebounds, while Cassels and Swenson each had four steals.

Ephram Albrecht had 21 points and eight rebounds to lead Redfield-Doland. Jake Baloun added 14 points, while Albrecht and Daniel Evans each had three steals.



Redfield-Doland 12 21 35 47

Deuel 11 23 37 54

Redfield-Doland: Ephram Albrecht 8 5-6 21; Daniel Evans 1 1-2 3; Kyle Stover 3 6-7 14; Jake Baloun 1 1-2 3; Landon Rohlfs 2 0-0 6. Totals: 15 13-17 47.

Deueel: Brent Krause 1 1-1 3; Justin Cassels 3 3-3 10; Lincoln Swenson 9 5-7 26; Trevor Cassels 0 2-2 2; Curt Boeke 1 1-2 3; Zach Toben 1 2-4 4; Gage Schake 1 1-2 4; Andrew Puetz 0 2-2 2. Totals: 15 17-23 54.

Rebounds: RD 30 (Albrecht 8); D 16 (Boeke 7). 3-point goals: RD 4 (Baloun 2, Rohlfs 2); D 4 (Swenson 3, Cassels 1). Turnovers: RD 28; D 14. Steals: RD 8 (Albrecht 3, Evans 3); D 15 (Cassels 4, Swenson 4). Fouls: RD 18 (Albrecht, out); D 18. B-game score: D 38, RD 28.



Highmore-Harrold 83, Herreid-Selby Area 81

HIGHMORE - Highmore-Harrold escaped with an 83-81 victory against Herreid-Selby Area on Tuesday.

Hadley Hamlin and Jordan Houldek had 25 and 24 points, respectively, for the Pirates, while Hayden Houdek and Brady LaMont each added 12 points.

Jordan Houdek also had 11 of the 32 rebounds for Highmore-Harrold.

Herreid-Selby Area had nine 3-pointers, including six by Nick Larson, who finished with a game-high 36 points.



Herreid-Selby Area 16 32 49 81

Highmore-Harrold 16 30 56 83

Herreid-Selby Area: Brady Vandervorst 1 2-2 5; Dakota Thorstenson 5 0-0 10; Nick Larson 12 6-7 36; Kennedy Kosters 2 0-0 4; Cooper Shaefbauer 4 2-5 11; Zach Geller 5 2-3 15. Totals: 29 12-17 81.

Highmore-Harrold 1 3-9 5; Hayden Houdek 5 2-3 12; Hadley Hamlin 7 8-12 25; Jordan Houdek 10 4-4 24; Cole Oakley 0 4-6 4; Brady LaMont 4 1-2 12; Ben Peterson 0 1-2 1. Totals: 27 23-38 83.

Rebounds: HS na; HH 32 (J. Houdek 11). 3-point goals: HS 9 (Larson 6, Geller 3); 6 (Hamlin 3, LaMont 3). Turnovers: HS na; HH 10. Fouls: HS 28 (Thorstenson, out); HH 12.

SBA 54, Hitchcock-Tulare 39

HITCHCOCK - Sunshine Bible Academy pulled away in the second half for a 54-39 victory against Hitchcock-Tulare on Friday.

Shanna Moreland scored 17 points and had 15 rebounds to lead the Lady Crusaders. Tricia Wilken and Sarah Pedersen added 15 points each.

Wilken also had three steals and two assists, while Moreland had a pair of assists.

Molly Koester and Taylor Knippling had 14 and 13 points, respectively, to lead the Lady Patriots.

Knippling also had eight rebounds and two assists. Heather Barrie had two assists and Koester had a team-high eight steals.

Hitchcock-Tulare is now 5-11 overall and 1-3 in the 281 Conference.



SBA 11 26 38 54

Hitchcock-Tulare 10 22 30 39

Sunshine Bible Academy: Tricia Wilken 6 3-4 15; Sarah Pedersen 7 1-5 15; Shanna Moreland 7 3-8 17; Cassie Beckwith 2 1-1 5; Jana Hunt 1 0-0 2. Totals: 23 8-18 54.

Hitchcock-Tulare (5-11, 1-3): Molly Koester 4 6-9 14; Taylor Knippling 5 2-4 13; Heather Barrie 1 0-0 3; LaMour Binger 0 0-2 0; Paige Binger 3 0-0 6; Kaytlyn Boomsma 0 0-1 0; Shaylyn Steinheuser 0 1-2 1; Chelsy Schultz 0 2-2 2. Totals: 13 11-20 39.

Rebounds: SBA 554 (Moreland 15); HT 22 (Knippling 8). 3-point goals: SBA 0; HT 2 (Knippling 1, Barrie 1). Turnovers: SBA 18; HT 15. Assists: SBA 6 (Wilken 2, Moreland 2); HT 5 (Knippling 2, Barrie 2). Steals: SBA 7 (Wilken 3); HT 16 (Koester 8). Fouls: SBA 13; HT 17 (LaMour Binger, out).



Deuel 52, Redfield-Doland 32

CLEAR LAKE - Deuel outscored Redfield-Doland 27-9 in the opening half en route to a 52-32 victory on Friday.

Erin Engelkes led Deuel with 15 points, while Mackenzie Mack added 12 points. Tiara Gibson had 10 rebounds, while Paige Heiberger recorded seven steals and six assists.

Alicyn Jungwirth added seven points, all on free throws, to lead the Lady Pheasants. Danielle Waldner and Alex Remily each had six points. Courtney Albrecht had five rebounds and three assists, while Joslyn Heer had five steals.



Redfield-Doland 5 9 20 32

Deuel 12 27 39 52

Redfield-Doland: Courtney Albrect 1 1-2 4; Justine Severson 1 0-1 3; Alicyn Jungwirth 0 7-9 7; Danielle Waldner 2 2-3 6; Joslyn Heer 1 0-0 2; Jordann Howe 1 0-0 2; Elizabet Esser 1 0-0 2; Alex Remily 2 0-0 6. Totals: 9 10-15 32.

Deuel (11-5): Mackenzie mack 3 6-6 12; Haley Donahue 4 0-0 8; Paige Heiberger 2 2-2 6; Erin Engelkes 6 3-5 15; Tiara Gibson 3 0-0 6; Kali Trautman 0 0-1 0; Lexi Becht 2 0-0 5. Totals: 20 11-14 52.

Rebounds: RD 16 (Albrecht 5); D 18 (Gibson 10). 3-point goals: RD 4 (Remily 2, Severson 1, Albrecht 1); D 1 (Becht 1). Turnovers: RD 20; D 11. Assists: RD 4 (Albrecht 3); D 13 (Heiberger 6). Steals: RD 9 (Heer 5); D 16 (Heiberger 7). Fouls: RD 13; D 23.





















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