High school roundup: No. 2 Tigers beat No. 4 Tri-Valley

High school roundup: No. 2 Tigers beat No. 4 Tri-Valley

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High school roundup: No. 2 Tigers beat No. 4 Tri-Valley

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Hailey Halling scored 21 points to lead the second-ranked Class A Harrisburg girls to a 69-43 win over No. 4 Tri-Valley on Saturday in Colton.

Morgan Beaner and Morgan Darner each added 10 points while Morgan Krier had six rebounds for the Tigers, who led 30-21 at halftime and 48-30 after three quarters. Alison Cross and Sammy Kasowski each had 13 points for Tri-Valley.

Harrisburg (12-1) hosts Sisseton on Monday. Tri-Valley (11-1) vists Canton on Tuesday.

RAPID CITY STEVENS 53, BRANDON VALLEY 47 (OT) in Brandon – Shelby Shorb scored 14 points and Taylor Molstad 11 to lead the Raiders, who outscored BV 10-4 in overtime. Allie Koehn led the Lynx with 25 points. Stevens (2-8) host Brookings on Friday. BV (4-9) hosts Lincoln on Thursday.

BROOKINGS 45, HURON 35 in Brookings – Kaitlyn Hadley and Lauren Coughlin each had 12 points for the Bobcats. Sara Tvedt added 10 rebounds and Amelia Miller eight. Brookings outscored Huron 21-12 in the second half. Katelyn Allerdings led Huron with 11 points.

CANTON 59, TEA 49 in Canton – Atlanta Lundstrom had 17 points and six steals to lead the C-Hawks. Kristin Twedt added 16 points and eight rebounds and Kacee Gaughenbaugh 10 points. Canton led 32-29 at halftiem. For Tea, Crystal Zitterich had 16 points, Samantha Dunlap 14 and Amanda Heesch 13. Canton (5-6) is at Tri-Valley on Tuesday. Tea (0-14) is at Harrisburg on Saturday.

ALCESTER-HUDSON 37, CANISTOTA 35 in Alcester – Courtney McKee had 16 points and eight rebounds and Shenia Doering five assists for AH. The score was tied 19-19 after three quarters. For Canistota, Chloe Nelson had 14 points and eight rebounds and Natasha Letcher eight rebounds. AH (7-3) is at Bridgewater-Emery on Thursday. Canistota (4-9) hosts Mitchell Christian on Monday.

SIOUX CITY WEST 78, DAKOTA VALLEY 55 in North Sioux City – Shantel Cross had 18 points and Sammie Birkes 11 for SCW. For DV, McKenzie Mennenga had 11 points and Jayde Bergmann 10. Dakota Valley (7-5) is at Homer (Neb.) on Tuesday.

FREEMAN 61, ST. FRANCIS INDIAN 52 (OT) in Freeman – Dina Soulek had 23 points and eight rebounds while Nicole Saarie and Erika Sage each added 11 points. The score was tied 51-51 at the end of regulation. For St. Francis (6-5), Cera Walking Eagle had 20 points, 12 rebounds and six steals. Katie LaPointe added 12 points and six steals. Freeman (8-4) is at McCook Central/Montrose on Monday.

WARNER 48, SANBORN CENTRAL/WOONSOCKET 35 in Forestburg – Ashley Rozell paced the No. 2 Class B Monarchs (12-0) with 31 points. For No. 3 SCW (9-1), Myah Selland had 14 points. Warner led 17-16 at halftime and 34-21 after three quarters.

SULLY BUTTES 80, EDMUNDS CENTRAL 21 in Onida – Chloe Lamb had 16 points, Kayla Nelson 12 and Racquel Wientjes 11 for SB. For EC, Shelby Hinz had nine points.

Minnesota

MOUNTAIN LAKE AREA 58, HILLS-BEAVER CREEK 54 in Hills – Paige Brown had 23 points and 16 rebounds, Janessa Peters 12 points and 14 rebounds and Rachel Dukes 11 points for MLA (6-7). For HBC (5-8), Haley Van Wyhe had 16 points and Taylor Wingert 12 points.

BOYS

BRANDON VALLEY 56, RAPID CITY STEVENS 44 in Brandon – Nic Peterson’s 22 points led the way for the Lynx. Chase Marso added 18 points for Bv, which led 32-20 at halftime. For Stevens, Steven Schaeffer had 10 points and eight rebounds and Brett Bennett 16 points. BV is at Washington on Tuesday.

HURON 52, BROOKINGS 46 in Brookings – Justin Decker scored 14 points and JP Noonan 11 as the Tigers knocked off their second top-5 ranked team in as many days after defeating third-ranked Lincoln on Friday. Adam Zwanziger added nine rebounds. Huron led 24-18 at halftime. For Brookings, Kaleb Vig had 13 points, Zach Kress 10 and Braxton Carlson eight rebounds.

TEA 62, CANTON 51 in Canton – Connor Shaul had 21 points and eight rebounds to pace the Titans while Chase Deckert had five assists. Tea led 27-24 at halftime. For Canton, Cody Willett had 19 points, Jay Lems 11 points and Zach DeJong nine rebounds. Tea (10-2) is at Sioux Falls Christian on Tuesday. Canton (7-4) hosts Tri-Valley on Tuesday.

HARRISBURG 56, TRI-VALLEY 48 in Colton – Christian Trainor had 13 points and Taylor Nichols 16 rebounds for the Tigers. For TV, Brett Page had 21 points and Brenson Boomsma 10. Harrisburg (5-5) hosts Madison on Tuesday. TV (3-8) is at Canton on Tuesday.

Hanson Classic

MCCOOK CENTRAL/MONTROSE 59, PLATTE-GEDDES 43 in Mitchell – Brandon Reif had 18 points and eight rebound while Jacob Heumiller had 14 points for MCM, which led 38-16 at halftime. For PG, Coby Johnson had 15 points. MCM (7-4) hosts Freeman on Tuesday. PG (6-4) hosts Parkston on Tuesday.

WARNER 68, KIMBALL/WHITE LAKE 65 – Jared Tuszka paced the Monarchs with 26 points and 11 rebounds. Derrek Tuszka added 12 points and 15 rebounds and Clay Rozell 16 points. Mitch Boesl had seven assists for Warner, which shot 57 percent from the floor. For KWL, Jesse Taylor had 22 points, Jacob Kirsch 14 and Kyle Peters 13 points, nine rebounds and six steals. Warner (7-1) hosts Hitchcock-Tulare on Tuesday. KWL (6-3) is at Sunshine Bible Academy on Tuesday.

SIOUX VALLEY 42, VERMILLION 40 – Spencer Hanson scored the go-ahead basket with less than two seconds remaining. Hanson led the Cossacks with 13 points. The score was tied 31-31 after three quarters. For Vermillion, JT Sorensen had 15 points and eight rebounds. SV (9-4) hosts De Smet on Tuesday. Vermillion (8-3) hosts West Central on Tuesday.

CENTERVILLE 74, HANSON 61 – Logan Hunter scored 25 points and Seamus O’Malley 23 to pace the Tornadoes. Luke Abbas added 11 points, Ty Knutson eight rebounds and Josh DeRaad five steals. For Hanson, Jordan Marquardt was 8 of 10 from 3-point range for 32 points. Matt Huber added 14 points and 10 rebounds. Centerville (8-2) is at Viborg/Hurley on Thursday. Hanson (8-3) is at Sanborn Central/Woonsocket on Tuesday.

DELL RAPIDS 72, ABERDEEN RONCALLI 65 – Cole Langer scored 20 points and grabbed 11 rebounds to lead the Quarriers. Bryce Koch added 19 points and eight rebounds while Ty Hoglund had 14 points and eight rebounds. DR led 34-25 at halftime. For Roncalli, Zach Schaefbauer had 13 points, Kory Schwan 12, Kendal Deustch 11 and Lucas Lorenz 10. Deustch also had five steals. Dell Rapids (7-5) hosts Vermillion on Thursday. Roncalli (8-3) hosts Sisseton on Friday.

ST. THOMAS MORE 53, DEUEL 28 – Jeron Laurenti scored 20 points, Aidan Goetzinger 14 and Jacob Henderson 13 for the top-ranked Class A Cavaliers. STM outscored Deuel 17-0 in the second quarter. For Deuel, Lincoln Swenson had 10 points. STM (10-1) is at Spearfish on Tuesday. Deuel (9-2) hosts Elkton-Kake Benton on Tuesday.

JAMES VALLEY CHRISTIAN 53, VIBORG/HURLEY 35 – Nathan Wedel’s 22 points and 11 rebounds paced the fourth-ranked Class B Vikings. Adam Hofer added 15 points and five steals for JVC, which lead 34-19 at halftime. For third-ranked VH, Jack Huether had nine points. JVC (10-0) hosts Highmore-Harrold on Tuesday. VH (9-1) is at Alcester-Hudson on Tuesday.

WHITE RIVER 62, CANISTOTA 50 – Wyatt Krogmann had 22 points, Nic Waln 16 and Matthew Gillen 14 for the top-ranked Class B Tigers. White River led 34-24 at halftime. For No. 2 Canistota, Alex Robertston had 18 points and Cody Buner 17. White River (10-1) hosts Pine Ridge on Friday. Canistota (10-1) is at Chester.

Other games

DEUBROOK 72, COLMAN-EGAN 62 in White – Cory Byers had 20 points, Tyler Jensen 16 and Riley Hanson 14 for the Dolphins. Ryan Knutson added five steals for Deubrook, which led 51-44 after three quarters. For CE, Riley Clark had 26 points, Keaton Westover 18 points and Matt Nelson 12 points and nine rebounds.

HOWARD 45, MENNO 43 in Menno – Steve Larsen had 17 points and Cal Wiese 12 to lead the Tigers. Andrew Schwader had 10 rebounds and Landon Laible five assists. Howard led 28-24 after three quarters. For Menno, Austin Herrboldt had 18 points and Dylan Lehr 10 rebounds. Howard (5-7) is at Parket on Tuesday. Menno (2-7) is at Gayville-Volin on Tuesday.

FLANDREAU 57, PARKER 54 in Parker – Geno Bursheim scored 24 points and Mitchel Foster 10 for the Fliers. Guy Zephier added five assists. Flandreau outscored Parker 15-7 in the fourth quarter. Jake Anderson led the Pheasants with 22 points and nine rebounds. Blake Reynolds added 11 points.

ST. FRANCIS INDIAN 81, FREEMAN 75 (OT) in Freeman – James Henry II had 28 points, Trevor Brave Bird 18 points and 10 rebounds, Leon Bad Hand 13 points and Charles Broken Leg 10 rebounds. the score was tied 72-72 at the end of regulation. For Freeman, Shaun Becker had 22 points and eight rebounds, Cole Paulson 19 points, Caleb Lang 10 points and Brennan Smidt 10 rebounds. Freeman (6-3) s at McCook Central/Montrose on Tuesday.

SULLY BUTTES 58, EDMUNDS CENTRAL 38 in Onida – Scott Sentfner had 20 points and Brayden Wittler 19 to lead Sully Buttes. For EC, Brady Aman had 11 points.

Iowa

SPIRIT LAKE 56, SIBLEY-OCHEYEDAN 32 in Sibley – Sam Harms had 13 points for Spirit Lake. For SO, Joe Storbakken had 12 points and Ty Hanna 11.

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