Austin Trevino scord 18 points and Peter Choudek 14 on Friday night as Brandon Valley defeated Huron 51-47 in boys basketball in Huron.
The Lynx outscored the Tigers 24-18 in the fourth quarter after Huron had managed a 29-27 lead after three periods.
Spencer Grag added nine points for the Lynx (9-8), who are host to Yankton on Thursday.
Hayden Busch scored 14 points and Hyland Heinz came off the bench to add 11 points for Huron (4-13), which has lost nine in a row. Huron is host to Aberdeen Central on Tuesday.
BROOKINGS 65, WATERTOWN 57 in Watertown – Nate Davis scored 25 points for the Bobcats (5-10). Isaac Brandt added 16 points, Zach Treiver 14 and Mikey Daniel 10.
Watertown (7-9) is host to Mitchell and Brookings is host to Washington on Tuesday.
VIBORG-HURLEY 50, PARKER 41 in Parker – Austin Wertz scored 21 points and Rusten Anderson collected 10 rebounds for Viborg-Hurley (9-8), which led 25-17 at halftime.
Zach O’Keefe scored 16 points and Landon Leberman 12 for Parker (13-5), which is host to Freeman on Feb. to end its regular season. Viborg-Hurley is at Flandreau Indian School on Monday.
ELKTON-LAKE BENTON 93, LAKE PRESTON 30 in Elkton – Heath Schindler scored 30 points and Alex Trautman 21 for Elkton-Lake Benton (16-2), which led 45-18 at halftime and 75-28 after three quarters.
Nick Krog scored 13 points and Tyler Stuefen 10 for Elkton-Lake Benton, which is host to Arlington on Monday.
Brock Bumann scored nine points for Lake Preston (4-13), which is at De Smet on Tuesday.
PARKSTON 56, TEA AREA 47 in Parkston – Dillon Thuringer scored 20 points and Jake Delange 16 for Parkston (10-7).
Jordan Fechner had 20 points and 12 rebounds for Tea Area (8-9). Hunter Irvine grabbed 10 rebounds.
Tea Area is at Parker and Parkston is at Mount Vernon-Plankinton on Thursday. Tea Area is host to Elk Point-Jefferson on Feb. 21.
ELK POINT-JEFFERSON 69, BERESFORD 54 in Elk Point – Brandon Koupal sank five 3-pointers and scored 23 points for EP-J (8-9), which built a 59-34 lead after three quarters.
John Schuh made all five of his field-goal attempts and scored 12 points, and Jacob Herrity added 11 for EP-J.
Logan Busch scored 20 points, Oliver Doeden had 13 and Hunter Bergland 12 for Beresford (4-13).
EP-J is at Centerville and Beresford is at Lennox on Tuesday.
CENTERVILLE 55, GAYVILLE-VOLIN 52 in Gayville – Rory O’Malley scored 30 points for Centerville (12-5), which is host to Bridgewater-Emery on Monday.
C.J. Lee had 17 points and eight rebounds and Brandon VanOsdel added 13 points for Gayville-Volin, which is at Avon on Monday.
WOLSEY-WESSINGTON 69, SUNSHINE BIBLE ACADEMY 54 in Miller – Lorenzo Williams had 25 points, nine rebounds, 12 steals and seven assists for Wolsey-Wessington (16-0), top-ranked in Class B. Bennett White added 11 points. Jaden Brockel scored 23 points and Joey Lane 13 for SBA (7-9).
SISSETON 60, REDFIELD-DOLAND 55 in Sisseton – Ethan Kranhold scored 28 points for Siseton (7-11). Kyle Stover scored 20 for Redfield-Doland (9-9), which has lost five in a row.
CHAMBERLAIN 62, WAGNER 53 in Wagner – Seth Friesz scored 27 points for Chamberlain (12-5). Trajan Holiday scored 17 points, including five 3-pointers, and Lukas Young added 16 for Wagner (7-10).
MADISON 80, SIOUX VALLEY 71 in Volga – Hunter Robson led Madison with 32 points, while Sioux Valley was led by Collin Kramer with 28 points.
Madison (12-4) is host to Canton today; Sioux Valley (10-7) is host to Castlewood on Tuesday.
GARRETSON 69, HOWARD 33 in Garretson – Shay Gibson scored 27 points, five assists and 4 steals for Garretson (6-11). David Noid scored 11 for Howard (0-16).
Garretson is at Chester on Tuesday night and Howard is at Canistota.
CLARK-WILLOW LAKE 64, ABERDEEN RONCALLI 47 in Clark – Noah Huber led CWL (13-3) with 14 points in a victory over the top-ranked team in Class A. Tyson Jenkins added 13 points and Cooper Hartley and Rory Forest each added 11 in the eighth consecutive victory for CWL. Brayden McNeary led Roncalli (15-2) with 13 points. Roncalli has lost two in a row.
DAKOTA CHRISTIAN 69, JAMES VALLEY CHRISTIAN 62 in New Holland – Chase Pheifer led Dakota Christian (3-15) and 18 points and Michael Maas scored 14. Tim Wager led James Valley Christian (10-7) with 20 points and seven rebounds.
GREGORY 65, SCOTLAND 43 in Scotland – Mason Juracek scored 20 points in the sixth consecutive victory for Gregory (12-4). Jayd VanDerWerft added 14. Tanner Skorepa led Scotland (8-9) with 13 points.
SANBORN CENTRAL-WOONSOCKET 62, HIGHMORE-HARROLD 32 in Woonsocket – Dillon Moore had 15 points and 11 rebounds for Sanborn Central-Woonsocket (10-6). Jarret Krause had 17 points for Highmore-Harrold (10-6).
SULLY BUTTES 70, IPSWICH 41 in Onida – Scott Senftner led Sully Buttes (7-8) with 15 points. Dustin Northrop led Ipswich (4-13) with 17 points, including five 3-pointers.
VIBORG-HURLEY 50, PARKER 41 in Parker – Austin Wurtz scored 21 for Viborg Hurley (9-8). Zach O’Keefe had 16 points, and Landon Leberman had 12 for Parker (13-5).
SIOUX FALLS CHRISTIAN 52, CHESTER AREA 45 in Chester – Ireland Prins had 13 points and five rebounds and Paige DeJong contributed 10 points and six rebounds for the Chargters (9-9).
Kenzi Brands had seven points and five steals for SFC, which trailed 27-20 at halftime but tied the game after three quarters.
Sara Heyn scored 16 points and Bailley Schneider came off the bench to add 11 for Chester Area (12-6).
SFC is host to Harrisburg on Tuesday and Chester Area is host to Arlington on Thursday.
BRANDON VALLEY 75, HURON 44 in Huron – Eight different players scored at least six points for the Lynx, led by Kasara Pollema off the bench with 12.
The Lynx (8-9) got eight points each from Taylor Thorson, Cortney Bickley, Carley Kueter and Becca Koehn.
Sarah Carr had 18 points and 10 rebounds for Huron (5-12).
Brandon Valley is host to Lincoln and Huron is at Aberdeen Central on Tuesday.
TRI-VALLEY 64, TEA AREA 62 in Sammy Kasowski scored the winning basket at the buzzer. She finished with 23 points for Tri-Valley (12-5). Karlee McKinney had 16 points for Tea Area (5-11).
Tea Area travels to play Lennox on Saturday. Tri-Valley plays McCook Central-Montrose on Monday.
PARKSTON 46, LENNOX 39 in Lennox – Halli Heisinger led Parkston with 13 points, while Sadie Schoeufelder added 11 points.
Jordan Kruse led Lennox with 12 points.
Lennox (8-9) plays Tea Area today. Parkston (8-9) plays Bridgewater-Emery in Parkston.
SIOUX VALLEY 61, MADISON 49 in Volga – Carley Peterson led Sioux Valley (18-0), second-ranked in Class A, with 21 points and seven rebounds. Kaylee Granum added 17 points.
Danielle Roeman led Madison (6-11) with 15 points, while Maddie Nipe added 11 points and nine rebounds.
VIBORG-HURLEY 65, PARKER 50 in Parker – Abby Hora scored 26 points and Angie Lee scored 25 points for Viborg-Hurley, which outscored Parker 41-24 in the second half after trailing 26-24 at halftime.
Rylie Christensen scored 18 points and grabbed eight rebounds for Parker. Lauren Hunstad adding 17 points.
ALCESTER-HUDSON 59, BALTIC 34 in Baltic – Makenzie Moe led Baltic with 16 points and eight rebounds.
Kassidy Walth led Alcester-Hudson with 20 points and eight rebounds. Baltic hosts Flandreau on Tuesday.
ELK POINT-JEFFERSON 46, BERESFORD 39 in Elk Point – Payton Donnelly scored 12 points and Karlee Shatswell added 11 for Elk Point-Jefferson (14-3).
For Beresford (10-8), Molly McInnis had 10 points and nine rebounds.
Elk Point-Jefferson is at Centerville Tuesday, and Beresford is host to Sioux Falls Christian on Thursday.
HOWARD 46, GARRETSON 36 in Garretson – Taylor Noid had 16 points to lift Howard (4-15) over Garretson (6-12). Jaden Bly had 11 points and 9 steals for the Tigers.
WATERTOWN 43, BROOKINGS 33 in Brookings – Elli Stevenson led Watertown (5-12) with 11 points, with Danielle Duncan grabbing nine rebounds.
Kara McDougall and Sara Tvedt led Brookings (9-7) with nine points each.
WEBSTER 48, MILBANK 38 in Milbank – Haley Rithmiller had 23 points and eight rebounds and Lindsey Vogl scored 10 points for Webster Area (14-3). Mikayla Wendland scored 13 points and Brittany Ackerman had 10 for Milbank (9-9).
HIGHMORE-HARROLD 48, SANBORN CENTRAL-WOONSOCKET 37 in Woonsocket – Sydney Cowan scored 17 points for H-H (17-2). Myah Selland scored 23 points for SC-W (12-6).
CASTLEWOOD 77, WAVERLY-SOUTH SHORE 35 in Castlewood – Haley Strait scored 17 points for Castlewood (13-2), which has won seven in a row. Michaela Kranz led WSS with 23 points and six rebounds
ETHAN 68, CANISTOTA 28 in Mitchell – Ellie Hohn had 22 points, Rachel Hawkins 20 for Ethan (19-0), top-ranked in Class B, which is host to Freeman on Tuesday. Sadie Anderson had 13 points and seven rebounds for Canistota (4-14), which is at Freeman Academy on Tuesday.
GROTON 55, BRITTON-HECLA 26 in Britton – Audry Wanner led Groton (8-8) with 17 points, while Carly Wheating added 16 and Courtney Kurtz added 15. Toni Symens led Britton-Hecla (2-15) with 11 points.
HANSON 51, CORSICA-STICKNEY 44 in Alexandria – Heather Kayser led Hanson with 13 points, with Hailey Doyle adding 11. Hope Menning led Corsica-Stickney with 25 points and 6 rebounds.
MOUNT VERNON-PLANKINTON 52, BURKE SOUTH CENTRAL 32 in Mitchell – Megan Bultsma had 21 points and six rebounds and Makaela Karst had 14 points and five assists for Mount Vernon-Plankinton (14-2), tied for fourth in Class A rankings. Sierra Votaw had eight points and seven rebounds for Burke-South Central (11-6).
SUNSHINE BIBLE ACADEMY 42, WOLSEY-WESSINGTON 37 in Miller – Cassie Beckwith led Sunshine Bible Academy (9-7) with 10 points and nine rebounds. Abbey Tschutter scored 15 points and Brittany Bergquist had 15 rebounds for Wolsey-Wessington (3-14).
JAMES VALLEY 62, DAKOTA CHRISTIAN 49 – Hannah Loban scored 12 points, had 5 steals and 5 assists for James Valley Christian (9-8). Brooklyn VanderPol had 21 points, Kennedy Muckey had 11 points, eight rebounds and five assists for Dakota Christian (12-6).
SCOTLAND 59, GREGORY 45 in Scotland – Carley Skorepa had 23 points and 14 rebounds for Scotland (8-10). Hannah Mogck had 19 points and 10 rebounds. Emma Schweigert had 12 points and seven rebounds for Gregory (3-15).
WAGNER 61, CHAMBERLAIN 38 in Wagner – Ali Kuca had 20 points for Wagner (12-5). Brittany Goodlow had 14 points for Chamberlain (5-11).
SULLY BUTTES 57, IPSWICH 46 in Onida – Racquel Wientjes scored 23 for Sully Buttes (17-1). Elizabeth Grabowska led Ipswich (11-6) with 17 points.