Led by a 26-point effort from Anna Brecht, Lincoln collected its fourth win in a row, downing Rapid City Stevens 57-42. The Patriots (12-7) have now won eight of their last nine and will close out the season Friday against Watertown.
Brecht filled out the rest of her stateline with eight boards, an assist, a block and a steal. Sydney Rosinsky added 14 points, five assists and eight boards, while teammate Courtney Klatt finished with 10 points and a pair of assists.
For Stevens, Emma Burns was the lone player to score in double figures, chipping in 21 points off the bench. She also pulled in seven rebounds.
The Raiders are 12-4 on the year and will look to bounce back Tuesday against Pierre.
Aberdeen Central 63, Brandon Valley 59 (2OT) at Aberdeen — Aberdeen Central trailed by as many as 14 against Brandon Valley, but stormed back to claim the double overtime win. Paiton Burckhard led the Golden Eagles with 30 points and 12 rebounds to go with three blocks. Haylee Mork tallied 11 points. For Brandon Valley, Danica Kocer finished with 12 points and Krista Bickley notched 11, plus six rebounds.
Harrisburg 69, Sturgis Brown 45 at Sturgis — Stats not provided.
Hills-Beaver Creek, Minn. 68, Garretson 44 at Hills, Minn. — Stats not provided.
Lennox 63, Tea Area 36 at Lennox — Stats not provided.
Madison 57, Canton 34 at Madison — Led by Jessi Giles’ game-high 17 points, Madison coasted past Canton. Giles also had six steals and four assists. Canton was paced by Kennedy Fossum who had nine points.
Rapid City Central 64, Washington 50 at SF Washington — Taylor VanderVelde scored a game-high 16 points, but it wasn’t enough for Washington against Rapid City Central. Maham Shah poured in 10 points for the Warriors, who shot 36 percent from the field as a team. Abby Johnson led Central with 14 points. Michelle Johnson added 13 and Maddison Sullivan finished with 11.
Dell Rapids 53, St. Thomas More 51 at Mitchell — Carson Rentz’s buzzer-beating 3-pointer helped Dell Rapids snap a four-game skid against St. Thomas More. Rentz swished the step-back trey just as the horn sounded, giving him nine points on the afternoon. Austin Ellingson and Jeffrey Schuch both scored 10 points for the Quarriers. For St. Thomas More, Jake Satter scored 12 points and pulled in four rebounds, while teammate Preston Arity tallied 10 points.
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Harrisburg 60, Sturgis Brown 50 at Sturgis — Stats not provided.
Hills-Beaver Creek, Minn. 70, Garretson 57 at Hills, Minn. — Stats not provided.
Lincoln 64, Rapid City Stevens 62 at SF Lincoln — Lincoln’s Diang Gatluak matched Stevens’ Mason Archambault for leading scorer honors, pouring in 19 to help his side knock off the Raiders. Carson Coulter added 18 points for the Patriots, while teammate Dillon Barrow dished out seven assists. Simon Higgason had five assists. For Stevens, Jacob Martin tallied 12 points and four assists and Cooper Bowman finished with 10 points and six assists.
Madison 72, Canton 59 at Madison — Led by Aaron Fiegen’s 17 point showing, Madison powered past Canton at home. Jaxon Janke tallied 16 points and Eli Gerry added 12. For Canton, Jake Peterson scored a game-high 22 points. Alex DeJong finished with 14 and Christian Beachler notched 12.
Sioux Falls Christian 86, Aberdeen Roncalli 52 at Mitchell-Corn Palace — Lee VandeKamp led all scorers with 17 points for Sioux Falls Christian, which out-scored Roncalli 35-9 in the second quarter and 23-7 in the third en route to an blowout win. Dejay Fykstra tallied 15 points and Koln Oppold added 13. Gavin Schipper and Lincoln Unruh also finished in double figures for the Chargers with 11 and 10 points, respectively. For Roncalli, Gus Reede scored 15 points and four assists and Colton Cox notched 11 points.
Tea Area 75, Lennox 68 at Lennox — Led by a game-high 31-point effort from Ethan Freidel, the Titans held off Lennox. Noah Freidel added 15 points and six assists. Justin Hohn-Mack finished with eight assists. For Lennox, Brock Anderson tallied 21 points and 10 rebounds, Josh Arlt finished with 12 points and Marshall McLaren tallied 11.
Washington 64, Rapid City Central 41 at SF Washington — For the second game in a row, it was Jack Talley who led the Warriors in scoring, finishing with a game-high 16 points in a 23-point win over Central. Topher Zahn tallied 12 points and Isaac Goeman notched 10. For Rapid City Central, Nehemiah Baustian notched 10 points.
Tri-Valley 61, Sisseton 36 at Tri-Valley — Will Steineke notched 29 points and 10 boards for Tri-Valley. Cade Falor added 13 points, whie Jayden Burggraff dished six assists. For Sisseton, Bensi Thompson scored 14 points and 10 rebounds.