High school roundup: Adams, Lynx sink top-ranked Pierre

High school roundup: Adams, Lynx sink top-ranked Pierre

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High school roundup: Adams, Lynx sink top-ranked Pierre

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Jacob Adams hit a game-winning basket with 1.8 seconds remaining as No. 4 Brandon Valley knocked off top-ranked Pierre 66-64 on the road during Friday’s Class AA boys action.

Nic Peterson paced the Lynx with 23 points while Chase Marso added 21 and Adams 13. Brandon Valley led 37-33 at halftime before Pierre took a 50-49 lead after three quarters. Lane Severyn guided the Govs with 30 points and eight rebounds. Zach Hanson added 13 points and 13 rebounds.

Brandon Valley (3-0) visits Brookings on Tuesday. Pierre (2-1) is a Roosevelt tonight.

BROOKINGS 70, WASHINGTON 44 in Brookings – Kaleb Vig scored 22 points, had six assists and four steals to lead the Bobcats (3-1), who jumped out to an 18-4 first quarter lead. Tyler Nagy added 21 points. Brookings led 38-14 at halftime. For Washington (2-1), Brett Stanley scored eight points and Kevin Nelson added seven. Grant Lewis pulled down eight rebounds. Brookings hosts Brandon Valley on Tuesday. Washington hosts Sturgis on Friday, Dec. 28.

Washington (2-1)

Ty Wiley 1 1-1 3, Brett Stanley 3 1-2 8, Sul Dibba 1 1-2 3, Gaeton Mulenda 1 0-0 2, Grant Lewis 1 1-2 3, Sam Siganos 0 0-0 0, Trevor Bartlett 2 0-0 5, Carter Keller 2 0-0 5, Kevin Nelson 3 0-1 7, Alex Willis 1 0-1 2, Matt Rehurek 0 0-0 0, Austin Heins 1 3-6 5. Totals 16 6-14 44.

Brookings (3-1)

Zach Kress 2 1-2 5, Braxton Carlson 2 3-4 8, Tyler Nagy 9 0-0 21, Trevor Hornig 0 2-2 2, Kaleb Vig 8 3-4 22, Mikey Daniel 1 0-0 2, Konner Beste 0 0-0 0, Seth Moret 1 0-0 2, Zach Page 4 0-0 8, Bryce McMacken 0 0-0 0. Totals 27 9-12 70.

WASHINGTON 4 14 29 44

BROOKINGS 18 38 54 70

3-pointers – WHS 6 (Keller 2), BRK 7 (Nagy, Vig 3). Rebounds – WHS 28 (Lewis 8), BRK 23 (Carlson, Vig 6). Total fouls – WHS 15, BRK 17. Assists – WHS 5 (Nelson 3), BRK 11 (Vig 6). Turnovers – WHS 23, BRK 14. Blocked shots – WHS 2, BRK 4 (Vig 2). Steals – WHS 8 (Siganos 3), BRK 17 (Carlson 5).

HURON 52, RAPID CITY STEVENS 50 in Huron – Justin Decker scored 19 points to lead the third-ranked Class AA Tigers (2-1), who host Rapid City Central today. Adam Zwanziger had seven rebounds. Huron led 28-26 at halftime. For RCS (1-2), Steven Schaeffer had 22 points, seven rebounds, seven assists and four steals, Brett Bennett added nine points and seven rebounds. RCS visits Mitchell today.

MITCHELL 70, RAPID CITY CENTRAL 67 in Mitchell – Will Carr hit a 3-pointer with 1.2 seconds remaining for the win. Seth Canavaugh scored 25 to lead the Kernels (1-3). Beau Brown added 14 points, Cole Morgan 13 and Jared Schmidt 11. Brown had five assists. Mitchell led 35-30 at halftime. For RCC (0-3), Jesse Riddle had 19 points, Ian Barse added 17, John Fierro had 13 and Mitchell Newhouse 10. Newhouse had mine rebounds. Barse had eight rebounds. Mitchell hosts Rapid City Stevens today. RCC visits Huron today.

TEA 57, DELL RAPIDS 36 in Tea – Connor Shaull had 12 points and 13 rebounds to spark the upset over the top-ranked Class A Quarriers. Riley Knutson added 11 points and six steals and Mitchell Nissen nine rebounds. Tea led 35-30 after three quarters. For Dell Rapids, Bryce Koch had 13 points, 14 rebounds and eight blocks. Tea (3-1) is at West Central on Thursday. Dell Rapids (2-1) hosts Elk Point-Jefferson on Friday.

SIOUX FALLS CHRISTIAN 55, ELK POINT-JEFFERSON 44 in Elk Point – Cody Van Holland scored 13 points and Luke Hurley 12 for the fourth-ranked Class A Chargers. Jordan Baker added 11 rebounds as SFC led 53-26 after three quarters. For EPJ, Brock Zeller had 25 points and eight rebounds and Bryce Kelly 12 points. SFC (2-0) is at West Central tonight. EPJ (2-0) is at Dell Rapids on Friday.

TRI-VALLEY 57, CHESTER AREA 32 in Chester – Brendon Boomsma scored 12 points and Trent Oyen 10 for the Mustangs. Oyen and Joey Newman each had eight rebounds. TV (2-1) led 24-12 at halftime. The Mustangs are host to Vermillion on Tuesday. For Chester (0-3), Kyle Heyn had seven points. The Flyers visit McCook Central-Montrose on Tuesday in Salem.

PARKER 48, GARRETSON 47 (OT) in Parker – Eric Hunstad’s layup at the end of regulation sent the game to OT. In overtime, Zach O’Keefe made two free throws with 1.4 seconds left to give Parker the win. Jake Anderson led the Pheasants (3-1) with 23 points and eight rebounds. For Garretson (2-2), Brady Mudder had 15 points, Matt Duerr 11 and Derek Dillon eight rebounds.

CENTERVILLE 55, BALTIC 50 in Centerville – Luke Abbas scored 17 points for the Tornadoes (3-0). Seamus O’Malley added 13 points. Centerville led 34-17 at halftime. For Baltic (1-2) outscored Centerville 33-21 in the second half, led by Josiah Aberson with 20 points, 19 rebounds and four assists, Edward Clark added 10 points. Centerville hosts Parker in Thursdsay, Dec. 27. Baltic visits Sioux Valley on Tuesday.

DAKOTA VALLEY 66, CANTON 54 in Canton – Andrew Reiff scored 17 points and pulled down eight rebounds for the third-ranked Class A Panthers (2-0). Jason Lupkes added 12 points and nine rebounds. DV led 36-33 at halftime. For Canton (1-2), Jay Lems scored 20 points and had six assists, Cody Willett had 20 points and 11 rebounds. DV hosts Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson on Tuesday. Canton visits Lennox on Tuesday.

ARLINGTON 74, ESTELLINE 48 in Arlington – Tage Hargens scored 19 points to lead the Cardinals (2-0, 2-0 Dakota Valley), Tanner Lemme had 12 points and 10 rebounds, Logan Kangas had 10 points and Lane Weber added 10, Zach Warnke had eight rebounds, seven assists and four steals. For Estelline (1-1, 1-1), Garret Reed had 14 points, Brian Vohlken and Rudy Gonzalez each had 12 points. Vohlken grabbed eight rebounds.

COLMAN-EGAN 66, DE SMET 43 in Colman – Riley Clark had 24 points and 12 rebounds and Trenton Hemmer added 16 points as the Hawks (1-3) gained their first win. For De Smet (1-2), Austin Janssen scored 10 points. Colman-Egan visits Estelline on Tuesday.

VIBORG-HURLEY 75, IRENE-WAKONDA 48 in Wakonda – Trevor Jacobsen scored 16 points for the third-ranked Class B Cougars (3-0, 1-0, Tri-Valley). Andrew Hora added 14 points, 15 rebounds and six assists, Tyler Gerdes had 12 points for V-H, who led 41-15 at halftime. For I-W (0-2, 0-1), Dustin Livingston had 12 points and six rebounds. V-H hosts Tripp-Delmont/Armour on Thursday. I-W hosts Beresford on Tuesday.

PARKSTON 49, CHAMBERLAIN 46 (2OT) in Parkston – Spencer Lucas scored 14 points and grabbed eight rebounds for the Trojans (2-0), Kyle Hohn added 10 points and Jalen Hurley pulled down 10 rebounds. Parkston led 17-12 at halftime. For Chamberlain (1-1) Skyler Bertram had 12 points, Gage Basting added 10 points. Parkston hosts Avon on Tuesday. Chamberlain visits Winner on Tuesday.

ELKTON-LAKE BENTON 62, OLDHAM-RAMONA/RUTLAND 39 in Elkton – Tyler Schindler’s 24 points paced the Elks. Ethan Pearson had 13 points, while Heath Schindler had seven steals and seven assists and Braden Carmody had five steals and five assists. ELB (3-0, 2-0 Dakota Valley Conference) visits De Smet on Tuesday. For ORR (1-2, 0-2), Ryan Schlisner had 18 points.

MADISON 65, LENNOX 36 in Madison – Jesse Brown scored 15 points for the Bulldogs. Jacob Giles and Trey Vandeberg each added 10 points for Madison, which led 29-22 at halftime. For Lennox, Tyler Harms had 11 points. Madison (2-0) hosts Harrisburg on Tuesday. Lennox (0-3) hosts Canton on Tuesday.

MCCOOK CENTRAL/MONTROSE 68, HOWARD 49 in Howard – Brandon Reif scored 21 points for the Fighting Cougars. Jake Heumiller added 13 points and 11 assists, Will Gottlob 10 points and Billy Kapperman 10 points and eight rebounds. MCM led 37-26 at halftime. For Howard, Steve Larsen had 14 points. MCM (2-1) plays Chester in Salem on Tuesday. Howard (1-2) is at Sanborn Central/Woonsocket on Monday.

ALCESTER-HUDSON 54, GAYVILLE-VOLIN 36 in Alcester – Lyle LaFramboise had 21 points and 10 rebounds for the Cubs while Grant Johnson added 16 points and nine rebounds and Mitchell Johnson 12 rebounds. For GV, Brandon Van Osdel had nine points.

Iowa

CENTRAL LYON 46, SIBLEY-OCHEYEDAN 35 in Sibley – Central Lyon overcame a 13-2 first quarter deficit for the win. Nic Lutmer had 21 points for the Lions. S-O led 22-18 at halftime. For S-O (0-6), Grant Juber scored 12 points.

GIRLS

PIERRE 48, BRANDON VALLEY 42 in Brandon – Sydney Palmer had 19 points while Kaitlyn Severyn and Taylor Hyde each had eight for Pierre, which outscored BV 23-17 in the second half. Allie Koehn scored 20 points to lead Brandon Valley. Pierre (2-0) hosts Roosevelt today. Brandon Valley (2-2) hosts Washington on Friday.

SIOUX FALLS CHRISTIAN 55, ELK POINT-JEFFERSON 49 in Elk Point – Hayley McCarron paced the Chargers with 28 points, nine rebounds and six steals. SFC led 31-22 at halftime. For EPJ, Brittany Hanson had 13 points and Keely Bertram 11 points and 11 rebounds. SFC (4-0) hosts Southwest Minnesota Christian on Tuesday. EPJ (2-1) is at West Central on Tuesday.

CENTERVILLE 60, BALTIC 58 in Centerville – Kieran O’Malley’s go-ahead jumper with five seconds remaining helped the No. 3 Class B Tornadoes overcome a nine-point deficit and pull out the win. O’Malley finished with 25 points, nine rebounds and six assists while Brittany Austin added 11 points and seven assists, and Carleigh Oster eight rebounds.

For Baltic, which led 51-42 after three quarters, Morgan Forsch had 21 points, seven steals and six assists. Allie Walter chipped in 11 points and 14 rebounds and Mariah Hanisch 10 points. Centerville (3-0) hosts Bon Homme tonight. Baltic (2-1) is at Sioux Valley on Tuesday.

DELL RAPIDS 58, TEA AREA 38 in Tea – Karen Eddy and Mikaela Stofferahn each scored 13 points for the Quarriers (1-1). DR led 25-22 at halftime. For Tea (0-4), Crystal Zitterich scored 13 points and Amanda Heesch added nine points for the Titans, who visit McCook Central/Montrose on Monday. Dell Rapids plays Deubrook in Flandreau today.

WEST CENTRAL 59, WAGNER 47 in Hartford – Hunter Mathieu scored 15 points, Madison Kuehl 12 and Makenna Macdonald 10 for the Trojans. Mathieu had six steals and Kuehl had eight rebounds and five assists. WC (1-2) outscored Wagner 17-7 in the third quarter to take a 40-32 lead. The Trojans are host to Elk Point-Jefferson on Tuesday. For Wagner, Jessa Doom scored 19 points and Nicole Weber 12. Doom had 14 rebounds.

HARRISBURG 63, BERESFORD 54 in Beresford – Hailey Halling scored 27 points to lead the fifth-ranked Class A Tigers. Harrisburg led 30-20 at halftime. For Beresford, Ashley Ostrem had 12 points and eight rebounds, Alyson Johnsen 10 points, seven assists and six steals, Taryn Twite 10 points and Hailey Sveeggen eight rebounds. Harrisburg (4-0) hosts Sisseton today. Beresford (3-1) is at Irene-Wakonda on Monday.

TRI-VALLEY 53, CHESTER AREA 31 in Chester – Sammy Kasowski scored 25 points and pulled down seven rebounds for the Mustangs (4-0), Allison Cross added 16 points and Brittany Will had five assists. T-V led 32-9 at halftime. For Chester (2-2), Erin Benson scored 13 points. T-V hosts Vermillion on Tuesday. Chester plays Castlewood today in Flandreau.

VIBORG-HURLEY 63, IRENE-WAKONDA 51 in Wakonda – Val Sunderland scored 18 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for the Cougars (3-0, 1-0, Tri-Valley) Angie Lee added 14 points and Abby Hora had 13 points. For I-W (0-3, 0-1), Kyleigh Melstad scored 15 points, Dana Schenk added 12 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks, Caitlin Hinseth had 10 points. V-H visits Corsica/Stickney on Tuesday. I-W hosts Beresford on Monday.

HANSON 83, MENNO 52 in Menno – Cassidy Graham and Erika Nelson each scored 12 points to lead a balanced effort by the fifth-ranked ‘B’ Beavers. Kelli Wenandi added 11 points, Leah Marsh 10 and Kynedi Cheeseman 10. Hanson led 25-12 after the first quarter and 47-25 at halftime. For Menno, Christina Herrbolt had 14 points and Ashton Diede five assists. Hanson (4-0) hosts Marion on Tuesday. Menno (1-3) is at Freeman Academy on Thursday.

DAKOTA VALLEY 59, CANTON 47 in Canton – McKenzie Mennenga scored 17 points for the Panthers, who led 32-23 at halftime. Kristin Twedt had 22 points for Canton. Dakota Valley (2-1) hosts Council Bluffs Thomas Jefferson on Tuesday. Canton (2-2) is at Harrisburg on Friday.

ALCESTER-HUDSON 42,
GAVILLE-VOLIN 30 in Alcester – Courtney McKee led AH (2-1) with 12 points as Sierra McConnell added 11. For GV (1-3), Kelia Barta had 11 points.

MCCOOK CENTRAL/MONTROSE 38, HOWARD 12 in Howard – CJ Ristesund led the Fighting Cougars with seven points. MCM led 24-10 at halftime. For Howard, Kelsey Dawson had eight points and nine rebounds. MCM (3-1) hosts Tea on Monday. Howard (0-3) is at Sanborn Central/Woonsocket on Monday.

PARKSTON 49, CHAMBERLAIN 46 in Parkston – McKenzie Weidenbach’s free throw with under 20 seconds to play gave third-ranked ‘A’ Parkston a one-point lead while Erica Herrold added two free throws with two seconds left to secure the win. Herrold led the Trojans with 12 points and eight rebounds. Chamberlain led 38-32 after three quarters. Kennedy Wagner had 18 points and Jaymee Knippling 11 points and nine rebounds for the Cubs (2-1). Parkston (3-1) hosts Tripp-Delmont/Armou on Monday.

MILBANK 43, DEUEL 37 in Clear Lake – Abbie Snaza’s 15 points led the Bulldogs (3-0). For Deuel (3-1), Mackenzie Mack had 12 points and Tiara Gibson had 12 rebounds.

Iowa

CENTRAL LYON 71, SIBLEY-OCHEYEDAN 36 in Sibley – Kori Schulte scored 22 points, Kelsey Ackerman 14 and Sarah Halse 10 for CL. Lexi Ackerman had 13 assists. CL (7-1, 6-1 Siouxland Conference) led 34-15 at halftime. CL is host to George-Little Rock on Tuesday. For SO (4-4), Bridget Doeden had 20 points and eight rebounds.

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