De Smet defeats St. Thomas More

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MITCHELL — The De Smet Bulldogs rebounded from a loss Tuesday with a 12-4 opening quarter against the St. Thomas More Cavaliers and led the entire way for a 57-45 victory Saturday at the Hanson Classic at the Corn Palace in Mitchell.

The Bulldogs moved to 9-2 with three players in double-figure scoring, led by Kadyn Fast with 14 points. Britt Carlson added 11 points and George Jensen had 10 points for De Smet.

Grant Wilkinson nabbed 10 rebounds to lead the Bulldogs.

The Cavs (8-3) were led by Turner Thompson with 18 points.

The Bulldogs host top-ranked Castlewood today.

De Smet         12 32 48 57
St. Thomas More       4 15 29 45

De Smet (9-2): Tom Aughenbaugh 4 1-3 9, Trace Van Regenmorter 2 0-0 5, Kadyn Fast 6 0-1 14, Britt Carlson 4 2-5 11, George Jensen 5 0-0 10, Grant Wilkinson 3 2-2 10 8. Totals: 24 5-11 57.

St. Thomas More (8-3): Holden Griswold 4 0-0 10, Peyton Young 1 0-0 2, Declan Duffy 1 0-0 3, Ryan Neugebauer 1 0-0 3, Broeden Sales 1 1-1 3, Turner Thompson 6 2-2 18, Baron Slusarski 2 1-1 6. Totals: 16 4-4 45.

FG: DS - 24/47 51%; STM - 16/56 29%. 3-pt FG: DS 4/12 (Fast 2, Van Regenmorter, Carlson); STM 9/27 (Thompson 4, Griswold 2, Slusarski, Duffy, RNeugebauer). Rebounds: DS 34 (Wilkinson 10), STM 33 (LNeugebauer 8). Assists: DS 11 (Aughenbaugh 5), STM 13 (Young, LNeugebauer 3). Steals: DS 11 (Fast 5), STM 7 (LNeugebauer 3). Turnovers: DS 15, STM 17. Fouls: DS 9, STM 13 (Donnelly out).

Hanson 66, Clark/Willow Lake 64
MITCHELL — After finding themselves down 19-13 after the first period, the Hanson Beavers outscored the Clark/Willow Lake Cyclones 38-23 over the next two quarters and then withstood a 22-point fourth-quarter barrage by the Cyclones to win 66-64 Saturday to open the Hanson Classic at the Corn Palace in Mitchell.

Jayce Slaba led the Beavers with 32 points.

The Cyclones were led by eighth-grader Sullivan Felberg with 24 points, including six three-point buckets.

Bo Begeman added 14 points and Emmerson Larson put in 10 points for C/WL. Larson and Aaron Zemlicka each grabbed seven rebounds.

Clark/Willow Lake will host Great Plains Lutheran in Willow Lake today.

Clark/Willow Lake 19 32 42 64
Hanson 13 34 51 66

Clark/Willow Lake (5-5): Emmerson Larson 3 1-4 10, Bo Begeman 6 0-0 14, Jakob Steen 1 0-0 3, Aaron Zemlicka 2 1-2 5, Jack Helkenn 3 1-2 8, Sullivan Felbert 9 0-1 24. Totals: 24 3-9 64.

Hanson (7-3): A.J. Wilber 3 3-4 11, Jayce Slaba 13 2-4 32, Ben Wilber 1 1-2 4, Sutton Dewald 6 2-2 15, Talen Weber 1 0-0 2, Isayah Price 1 0-0 2. Totals: 25 8-12 66.

FG: CWL - 24/46 52%; H - 25/55 46%. 3-pt FG: CWL - 13/23 (Felberg 6, Larson 3, Begeman 2, Helkenn, Steen); H - 8/16 (Slaba 4, AWilber, BWilber). Rebounds: CWL 33 (Larson, Zemlicka 7), H 25 (AWilber 6). Assists: CWL 14 (Helkenn 6), H 14 (Slaba 6). Steals: CWL 2 (Zemlicka 2), H 7 (Slaba 3). Turnovers: CWL 14, H 3. Fouls: CWL 13, H 12.


McLaughlin 54, Miller 41
MILLER — Casidy Demery and Raymond Yellow Earrings each had 18 points to lead McLaughlin past Miller 54-41 on Saturday.

Alex Schumacher had 16 points, including his 1,000th career point, to lead Miller. Isaak Hunter added 15 points and had nine rebounds.

McLaughlin     13  32  47  54
Miller         11  18  30  41

McLaughlin: Cassidy Demery 8 2-4 18; Levyn White Bull 2 1-1 6; Boston Miller 1 0-0 2; Raymond Yellow Earrings 7 0-0 18; Tyler Bulhead 5 0-0 10. Totals: 23 3-5 54.

Miller: Treyton Anson 0 1-4 1; Isaak Hunter 5 5-5 15; Davin Nelson 1 0-0 3; Alex Schumacher 4 5-5 16; Derek Brueggeman 1 0-0 2; William Resel 1 0-0 2; Oliver Fritzsche 1 0-0 2. Totals: 13 11-14 41.

Rebounds: MC 37 (Demery 14); M 22 (Hunter 9). 3-point goals: MC 5-16 (Yellow Earrings 4, White Bull 1); M 4-18 (Schumacher 3, Nelson 1). Turnovers: MC 14; M 13. Assists: MC 15 (Renzo Bull Head 4); M 8 (Nelson 3, Brueggeman 3). Steals: MC 9 (Demery 3); M 6 (Schumacher 4). Fouls: MC 16; M 6.