Area basketball 1-24-24

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Wolsey-Wessington 39, Sunshine Bible Academy 26
WOLSEY — The Wolsey-Wessington Lady Warbirds jumped out to a 16-3 lead after one quarter over the Sunshine Bible Academy and held on for a 39-26 victory in 281 Conference regular season action Tuesday in Wolsey.

The win moves the Lady Warbirds to 6-8 while the Crusaders drop to 1-9.

Payton Kemnitz and Lainey Uttecht each had 11 points to lead the Lady Warbirds Kemnitz grabbed six rebounds and Uttecht had three steals and three assists to pace W-W.

SBA was led by Sadie Konechne with seven points and six rebounds.

The two teams both have Highmore Harrold as their next opponent with the Lady Warbirds hosting the Pirates on Thursday and SBA traveling to Highmore on Jan. 30.

Sunshine Bible Academy       3 10 15 26
Wolsey-Wessington         16 26 31 39

Sunshine Bible Academy (1-9): Abby Hinman 2 1-8 6, Brielle Jeffery 1 0-0 3, Anna VanZee 0 1-2 1, Betra Amare 2 1-2 6, Sadie Konechne 1 5-8 7, Lydia Lo 1 1-1 3, Breanna Thieman 0 0-2 0. Totals: 7 9-23 26.

Wolsey-Wessington (6-8): Payton Kemnitz 2 6-9 11, Shae Uttecht 1 0-0 2, Macy Washechek 2 0-0 4, Kendal Uttecht 2 2-2 6, Lainey Uttecht 4 2-4 11, Maria Nelson 2 1-6 5. Totals: 13 11-21 39.

3-pt FG: SBA 3 (Hinman, Jeffery, Amare), WW 2 (Kemnitz, LUttecht). Rebounds: SBA 25 (Konechne 6), WW 19 (Kemnitz 6). Assists: SBA 7 (Hinman 2), WW 9 (LUttecht 3). Turnovers: SBA 19, WW 26. Fouls: SBA 20, WW 19 (SUttecht out).

Redfield 31, Hitchcock-Tulare 30
TULARE — The Redfield Pheasants to an early lead and then saw it nearly evaporate Tuesday night, as they held off the Hitchcock-Tulare Lady Patriots 31-20, in the Battle of Spink County.

Redfield to 11 points from Kate Rozell as the eked out the win, while Chloe Zens claimed seven rebounds for the Pheasants.

Hitchcock-Tulare got 10 points from Katelyn Schroeder and nine from Cambree Hoekman. Rebecca Huizenga had eight rebounds and Schroeder contributed seven boards.

Hitchcock-Tulare is back in action Thursday, hosting Sully Buttes in Tulare.

Redfield         14 22 29 31
Hitchcock-Tulare       6 15 23 30

REDFIELD: 1 0-0 2; Hayden Gall 1 2-2 4; Kate Rozell 5 0-0 11; Chloe Zens 1 1-2 3; Kinley Smith 2 1-1 5; Jadit Puok 0 1-2 1; Addy Evans 2 0-0 5. Totals: 12 5-7 31

HITCHCOCK: Katelyn Schroeder 5 0-0 10; Gracyn Bixler 2 1-3 5; Rebecca Huizenga 2 0-4 4; Cambree Hoekman 3 0-0 9; Emmene Arthurs 1 0-0 2. Totals: 13 7-13 30.

FG: R - 12-40 30%; HT - 13-49 28%. Rebounds: R - 26 (Zens 7); HT - 27 (Huizenga 8, Schroeder 7). TO: R - 19; HT - 14. Assists: R - 10 (Gall 4); HT - 8 (Schroeder 2, Hoekman 2). Fouls: R - 16; HT - 13.

Hanson 53, Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 32

ALEXANDRIA — The Hanson Beaverettes improved to 10-1 on the season Tuesday night, with a 53-34 win over the Sanborn Central/Woonsocket Blackhawks. SC/W falls to 8-5 with the loss.

Alyssa Moschell had 13 points, seven rebounds, seven steals and five assists to fill the Hanson stat sheet. Taziah Hawkins added 13 points while Kylie Haiar added 12 points and had nine rebounds in the contest.

Kamryn Oschner scored eight points and Jaycee Baruth tallied seven for the Blackhawks. Liz Boschee claimed eight rebounds and Kenna Oschner had seven.

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket hosts Wessington Springs on Thursday in Woonsocket, in a rematch of last week’s 281 Conference championship game.

Sanborn Central/Woonsocket       8 17 25 34
Hanson             14 31 43 53

Boys

Hitchcock-Tulare 60, Redfield 39
TULARE — The Hitchcock-Tulare Patriots held Redfield to a total of 13 points in the second half, blowing open a close game at the half and pulling away for a 60-39 win in non-conference boys’ basketball Tuesday night.

Erik Salmen scored 17 points, Jackson Maynard tallied 16 and Devin Enander came off the bench to chip in 11 for the Patriots, 5-6,who outscored Redfield 29-13 in the second half.

Justin Ratigan scored 13 points and Tristan O’Daniel added 12 for the Pheasants, who fall to 1-9.

Redfield hosts Clark/Willow Lake on Friday, while the Patriots host Sully Buttes Thursday night in Tulare.

Redfield         13 26 34 39
Hitchcock-Tulare     14 31 48 60

REDFIELD (1-9): Ethan Falk 2 1-2 5; Tristan O’Daniel 5 1-4 12; Micah Zastrow 1 0-0 2; Justin Ratigan 6 1-1 13; Grady Hulscher 3 0-0 7. Totals: 17 3-7 39

HITCHCOCK-TULARE (5-6): Brendan Nowell 2 3-3 7; Patrick Maynard 1 1-1 3; Erik Salmen 6 4-5 17; Jackson Maynard 8 0-2 16; Devin Enander 3 5-7 11; Preston Wipf 3 0-0 6. Totals: 23 13-18 60.

Castlewood 48, De Smet 40
DE SMET — In a battle between two state-ranked Class B teams, No. 3 Castlewood emerged with a 48-40 victory against No. 4 De Smet on Monday.

De Smet held a 19-17 lead at the half, but Castlewood managed to snag the lead with a 14-8 run in the third quarter.

Lane Tvedt had 13 points to lead three players in double figures for the Warriors, who improved to 11-1. Quincy The and Bryon Laue added 11 and 10 points, respectively.

Laue also had a team-high nine rebounds and three assists for Castlewood. Thu and Brody Bass each had a pair of steals.

Tom Aughenbaugh had a game-high 16 points for De Smet, but was the lone player to reach double figures.

George Jensen had eight points, while Kadyn Fast and Britt Carlson each had five points.

Jensen grabbed nine rebounds for the Bulldogs, who are now 9-3.

De Smet will travel to play Colman-Egan on Friday.

Castlewood       7  17  31  48
De Smet         12  19  27  40

Castlewood (11-1): Luke Baumberger 0 6-8 6; Bryon Laue 2 6-8 10; Lane Tvedt 4 5-6 13; Jamison Keszler 2 0-0 4; Quincy Thu 4 0-0 11; Bowen Ryan 0 2-2 2; Brody Bass 1 0-0 2. Totals: 13 19-24 48.

De Smet (9-3): Trace Van Regenmorter 1 0-0 2; George Jensen 3 1-1 8; Tom Aughenbaugh 6 0-0 16; Kadyn Fast 1 2-2 5; Britt Carlson 2 0-2 5; Grant Wilkinson 2 0-0 4. Totals: 15 3-5 40.

Rebounds: C 30 (Laue 9); D 32 (Jensen 9). 3-point goals: C 3-12 (Thu 3); D 7-25 (Aughenbaugh 4, Jensen 1, Fast 1, Carlson 1). Turnovers: C 7; D 13. Assists: C 3 (Laue 3); D 7 (Fast 2, Jensen 2, Carlson 2). Steals: C 5 (Thu 2, Bass 2); D 3. Fouls: C 12; D 16 (Van Regenmorter, out).

Clark/Willow Lake 42, Great Plains Lutheran 40
WILLOW LAKE — Clark/Willow Lake escaped with a 42-40 victory against Great Plains Lutheran on Monday.

The Cyclones outscored GPL 17-12 in the final quarter to rally for the victory.

Emmerson Larson had 15 points to lead Clark/Willow Lake, while Sullivan Felberg also reached double figures with 10 points.

Jack Helkenn snagged six rebounds for the Cyclones, who improved to 6-5.

Alex Heil led the Panthers, who are now 5-4, with 15 points. Austin Rubendall had 10 points and Myles York added eight points.

Heil and Martin Krenz each had five rebounds for Great Plains Lutheran.

Clark/Willow Lake will travel to play Redfield on Friday.

Great Plains Lutheran        11  20  28  40
Clark/Willow Lake           5  18  25  42

Great Plains Lutheran (5-4): Brody Scharlemann 1 0-0 2; Alex Heil 4 2-3 15; Martin Krenz 2 0-1 4; Myles York 4 0-2 8; Landon Czerwan 0 1-2 1; Austin Rubendall 5 0-0 10. Totals: 16  3-9 40.

Clark/Willow Lake (6-5): Emmerson Larson 4 4-8 15; Bo Begeman 2 0-0 6; Aaron Zemlicka 1 0-0 2; Griffen Musser 1 2-4 4; Jack Helkenn 2 1-1 5; Sullivan Felberg 2 4-6 10. Totals: 12 11-19 42.

Rebounds: GPL 38 (Heil 5, Krenz 5); CWL 28 (Helkenn 6). 3-point goals: GPL 3-11 (Heil 3); CWL 7-19 (Larson 3, Begeman 2, Felberg 2). Turnovers: GPL 15; CWL 10. Assists: GPL na; CWL 4 (Musser 2). Steals: GPL 7 (Heil 2); CWL 8 (Larson 2, Helkenn 2). Fouls: GPL 16; CWL 8.