Area basketball 12-16-23

Posted

Elkton-Lake Benton 60, Iroquois/Lake Preston 43
ELKTON - The Elkton-Lake Benton Elks jumped out to an 18-2 lead by the end of the first quarter and never let up Friday against the Iroquois/Lake Preston Sharks, winning 60-43 in Elkton.

The Elks (1-1) were led by Carson Griffith with 17 points and seven rebounds. Tanner Drietz added 13 points.

Eliot Erickson and Tanner Stein each had 10 points for Elkton-Lake Benton.

The Sharks (1-2) got 16 points apiece from Josh McMasters and Lucas Peskey.

Iroquois/Lake Preston will host Estelline/Hendricks Tuesday in Lake Preston.

Iroquois/Lake Preston       2 17 30 43
Elton-Lake Benton     18 30 41 60

Iroquois/Lake Preston (1-2): Josh McMasters 5 1-2 16, Lucas Peskey 5 4-4 16, Rexton Blue 1 1-2 3, Daunte Glanzer 2 0-0 5, Ryne Greene 1 0-0 3. Totals: 14 6-8 43.

Elkton-Lake Benton (1-1): Eliot Erickson 4 1-2 10, Lane Schindler 0 1-3 1, Tanner Stein 5 0-0 10, Teigan Krog 1 0-0 2, Colt Beck 1 0-0 3, Carson Griffith 7 3-3 17, Tanner Drietz 5 2-3 13, Blake DeVries 1 0-0 2, Savion Stephens 1 0-0 2. Totals: 25 7-11 60.

De Smet 62, Estelline/Hendricks 42
DE SMET — No. 1-ranked De Smet improved to 3-0 with a 62-42 victory against Estelline/Hendricks on Thursday.

George Jensen had 18 points to lead three players in double figures for De Smet. Tom Aughenbaugh had 15 points, while Grant Wilkinson added 10 points.

Trace Van Regenmorter snagged 17 rebounds to help the Bulldogs to a 49-32 advantage on the boards. Jensen and Aughenbaugh each had three steals.

Mattix Hausmen and Wyat James had 11 and 10 points, resepectively, for Estelline/Hendricks.

Braxton Pravecek had eight rebounds for the Redhawks, who are now 2-1.

Both teams return to action Tuesday. De Smet plays at Dell Rapids St. Mary, while Estelline/Hendricks faces Iroquois/Lake Preston in Lake Preston.

Estelline/Hendricks       8  20  24  42
De Smet         13  27  51  62

Estelline/Hendricks (2-1): Mattix Hausmen 5 1-1 11; Wyat James 4 0-0 10; Braxton Pravecek 2 0-2 5; Caden Ching 2 0-2 4; Trey Cass 1 0-0 3; Camden Hobbs 0 1-4 1; Kyler Carlson 0 1-2 1; Cade Hexem 0 1-2 1; Braxton Jongeling 2 0-0 4; Karsten Saathoff 1 0-0 2. Totals: 17-53 4-13 42.

De Smet (3-0): Trace Van Regenmorter 2 1-2 5; George Jensen 6 4-5 18; Tom Aughenbaugh 5 3-4 15; Kadyn Fast 4 1-2 9; Britt Carlson 1 0-0 3; Edger Wilkinson 1 0-0 2; Grant Wilkinson 3 3-5 10. Totals: 22 12-18 62.

Rebounds: EH 32 (Pravecek 8); D 49 (Van Regenmorter 17). 3-point goals: EH 4-23 (James 2, Pravecek 1, Cass 1); D 6-24 (Jensen 2, Aughenbaugh 2, Carlson 1, G. Wilkinson 1). Turnovers:EH 19; D 11. Assists: EH 4; D 8. Steals:EH 8; D 10 (Jensen 3, Aughenbaugh 3. Fouls: EH 13. D 12.

Clark/Willow Lake 58, Milbank 53
CLARK — Four players reached double figures as Clark/Willow Lake earned its first win of the season with a 58-53 victory against Milbank on Thursday.

Bo Begeman had 20 points to lead Clark/Willow lake. Emmerson Larson and Jack Helkenn each had 12 points, while Sullivan Felberg added 11 points.

Larson also had team-highs of eight rebounds and three steals for the Cyclones, who are now 1-2.

Yohana Ajwanga had 19 points to lead Milbank, which suffered its first loss in three games this season.

Garrett Mertens had 15 points, while Joe Schulte had 11points, 10 rebounds and four steals.

Clark/Willow Lake will face Florence/Henry in Clark on Tuesday. Milbank is at Hamlin on Thursday.

Milbank         13  25  40  53
Clark/Willow Lake     17  32  45  58

Milbank (2-1): Yohana Ajwanga 9 1-2 19; Garrett Mertens 4 6-10 15; Jaxson Wildung 3 02-8; Joe Schulte 3 5-6 11; Emmett Hanson 0 0-2 0. Totals: 19-55 12-22 53.

Clark/Willow Lake (1-2): Emmerson Larson 2 7-12 12; Bo Begeman 7 3-4 20; Aaron Zemlicka 0 1-2 1; Griffen Musser 1 0-0 2; Jack Helkenn 4 4-5 12; Sullivan Felberg 4 1-2 11. Totals: 18-47 16-25 58.

Rebounds: M 38 (Schulte 10); CWL 30 (Larson 8). 3-point goals: M 3-18 (Wildung 2, Mertens 1); CWL 6-20 (Begeman 3, Felberg 2, Larson 1. Turnovers: M 16; CWL 15. Assists: M na; CWL 9. Steals: M 6 (Schulte 4); CWL 6 (Larson 3). Fouls: M 20 (Ajwanga, Mertens, out); CWL 21 (Zemlicka, out).

Deuel 79, Redfield 29
REDFIELD — Deuel limited Redfield to seven points in the second half, including just two points in the final quarter, en route to a 79-29 victory on Thursday.

Trey Maaland had 38 points, including seven 3-pointers, to lead Deuel. Troy enson and Gave Sather added nine and eight points, respectively.

Maaland also had a team-high five rebounds for the Cardinals, who improved to 3-0.

Tristen O’Daniel and Justin Ratigan each had 10 points to lead Redfield. Elijah Morrissette added six points.
Ratigan had 11 of the 21 boards in the game for the Pheasants.

Both teams are back in action Tuesday. Redfield hosts Sisseton, while Deuel hosts De Smet, which is ranked No. 1 in Class B.  

Deuel     21  47  65  79
Redfield     16  22  27  29

Deuel (3-0): Trey Maaland 14 3-3 38; Troy Jenson 4 0-0 9; Gabe Sather 2 4-6 8; Caden Finnesand 2 0-0 6; Dexter Unzen 2 0-0 5; Caleb Ronne 2 0-0 4; Robert Begalka 2 0-0 4; Jaxon Peterreins 2 0-0 5. Totals: 30 7-9 79.

Redfield (0-2): Tristen O’Daniel 4 2-2 10; Justin Ratigan 4 2-4 10; Elijah Morrissette 2 0-0 6; Grady Hulscher 1 0-0 3; Micah Zastrow 0 0-2 0. Totals: 11 4-8 29.

Rebounds: D 28 (Maaland 5); R 21 (Ratigan 11). 3-point goals: D 12 (Maaland 7, Finnesand 2, Jenson 1, Peterrein 1, Unzen 1). Turnovers: D 11; R 22. Fouls: D 8; R 10 (O’Daniel, out). JV score: D 37, R 17.

Girls

James Valley Christian 54, Sunshine Bible Academy 22
MILLER — The James Valley Christian Lady Vikings evened their season record at 2-2 Friday night, with a 54-22 win over the Sunshine Bible Academy Crusaders in 281 Conference basketball action.
SBA falls to 0-3 with the loss.

JVC jumped out to a 19-2 lead after one quarter of play and pushed the lead to 24 points at the half as they cruised home with the win. Kaylie Robinson scored 16 points and had five rebounds for the Lady Vikes, while Alexa Goertz added nine points and Andee Frandsen had five rebounds. Rhayonna Hood handed out five assists in the contest.

The Crusaders were led by Annaliese VanZee’s seven points, while Abby Hinman grabbed seven boards.
JVC is off for the holidays, while SBA will play in the Sioux Falls Lutheran Tournament on Saturday.

James Valley Christian 19 32 47 54
Sunshine Bible Academy 2 8 16 22

JVC: (2-2) Addyson Knight 1 2-4 4; Rhayonna Hood 1 1-4 3; Kaylie Robinson 8 0-0 16; Addison Batholow 3 1-2 7; Alexa Goertz 4 1-2 9; Daril Frandsen 3 0-0 7; Andee Frandsen 1 0-1 2; Maggie Decker 3 0-0 6. Totals: 24 5-13  54.

SBA (0-3): Lydia Lo 1 0-0 2; Annaliese VanZee 3 0-0 7; Betra Amare 2 0-0 6; Sadie Konechne 0 12 1; Brielle Jeffery 3 0-0 6. Totals: 9 1-2 22.

FG: JVC - 24-51, 47%; SBA - 9-41, 22%. 2-pt FG: JVC - 1-4 (D Frandsen); SBA - 3-9 (Amare 2, VanZee). Reb: JVC - 34 (Robinson 5, A. Frandsen 5); SBA - 27 (Abby Hinman 7). TO: JVC - 16; SBA - 24. Assists: JVC 20 (Hood 5); SBA - 6 (Six players with one each) Fouls: JVC - 9; SBA - 12.

Redfield 51, Deuel 47
REDFIELD — Katie Rozell racked up 41 points, including seven 3-pointers and a 12-of-14 effort from the free-throw line, to help Redfield to a 51-47 victory against Deuel on Thursday. It was the first win of the season for the Pheasants.

Rozell also had a team-high 11 rebounds for Redfield, which is now 1-2.

Jaycee Hourigan had 18 points to lead three players in double figures for Deuel, which dropped to 0-3.

Camdyn Peterreins had 14 points and seven rebounds, while Gracelyn Nielsen added 10 points.

Redfield plays Aberdeen Christian at the Roncalli Classic at 1 p.m. today.

Deuel     10  21  36  47
Redfield     10  25  36  51

Deuel (0-3): Jaycee Hourigan 7 4-6 18; Kaitlyn Gubrud 1 0-0 2; Josie Anderson 1 1-2 3; Gracelyn Nielsen 4 0-0 10; Camdyn Peterreins 6 1-2 14. Totals: 19 6-10 47.

Redfield (1-2): Hayden Gall 0 1-2 1; Katie Rozell 11 12-14 41; Chloe Zens 1 0-0 3; Addi Evans 1 0-0 2; Charli Jungwirth 0 2-4 2; Kinley Smith 1 0-0 2. Totals: 14 15-20 51.

Rebounds: D 32 (Peterreins 7); R 25 (Rozell 11). 3-point goals: D 3 (Nielsen 2, Peterreins 1); R 8 (Rozell 7, Zens 1). Turnovers: D 18; R 14. Fouls: D 18 (Nielson, out); R 15 (Zens, out).

Highmore-Harrold 39, Potter County 32
HIGHMORE — Highmore-Harrold outscored Potter County 13-6 in the second quarter en route to a 39-32 victory against Potter County on Thursday.

The 8-point lead at the half was enough for the Pirates to hold on for their second win in three games this season, despite scoring just five points in the third quarter.

Kendall Cermak had 16 points, including four 3-pointers, to lead Highmore-Harrold to the win. She also had a team-high 14 rebounds.

Addison McDonnell had eight points for the Pirates, while Jada Baloun added six points. Kenidey Effling recorded five assists..

Highmore-Harrold travels to play Wessington Springs on Tuesday in a 281 Conference matchup.

Potter County         7  13  19  32
Highmore-Harrold 8  21  26  39

Milbank 62, Clark/Willow Lake 30
CLARK — Using a strong start, Milbank earned  a 62-30 victory against Clark/Willow Lake on Thursday.

Isabella Anderson amassed 21 points, including a trio of 3-pointers, to lead Milbank, which is now 2-1. Tyra Berry had 19 points, while Belle Pauli added nine points.

Brynn Roehrich was the lone player to reach double figures for Clark/Willow Lake with 13 points. She also had a team-high 10 rebounds.

Tehya Vig added seven points for the Cyclones, who are now 1-3.

Clark/Willow Lake hosts Florence/Henry on Tuesday in Clark.  

Milbank         18  39  56  62
Clark/Willow Lake       7  16  27  30

Milbank (1-1): Isabella Anderson 5 8-8 21; Tyra Berry 8 1-2 19; Claire Snaza 2 2-2 6; Josie Riveland 1 2-2 6; Ella Sandvig 1 1-2 3; Belle Pauli 3 3-4 9. Totals: 20 17-20 62.

Clark/Willow Lake (1-2): Kate Larson 0 2-4 2; Tehya Vig 2 3-3 7; Brynn Roehrich 5 3-6 13; Kamryn Neshiem 1 2-4 4; Shelby Begeman 2 0-0 4. Totals: 10 10-17 30.

Rebounds: M 27 (Pauli 6); CWL 23 (Roehrich 10). 3-point goals: M 5-10 (Anderson 3, Berry 2); CWL 0-7. Turnovers: M 14; CWL 16. Assists: M 5; CWL 1. Steals: M 16 (Anderson 4); CWL 13. Fouls: M 17; CWL 21.