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Area basketball roundup: Chamberlain boys upset No. 4 Platte-Geddes

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Chamberlain (12-1): Sellyck McManus scored a team-high 19 points to go with six rebounds for the Cubs. Drayton Priebe added 16 points, five assists and five rebounds. Hayden Evans and Cameron Caldwell finished with 13 and 10 points, respectively. Caldwell also dished out six assists. The Cubs play at Stanley County on Thursday.

Platte (10-3): Caden Foxley recorded 13 points. Kelby VanDerWerff chipped in 11 points. The Black Panthers play Kimball/White Lake on Thursday in White Lake.

PG 18 29 41 48

CHA 11 33 52 61

HURLEY — Three Viborg-Hurley players combined for 63 points to upset Class B No. 3 Canistota in boys basketball action on Tuesday.

Viborg-Hurley (10-3): Grant Mikkelsen, Gradee Sherman and Eli Boomgarden each scored 21 points apiece to power the victory. Sherman collected 14 rebounds, while Boomgarden added eight rebounds and seven assists. The Cougars host Freeman Academy/Marion on Friday in Hurley.

Canistota (11-2): Chase Merrill finished with 18 points and four rebounds, while Tyce Ortman netted 12 points. Logan Katzer scored 10 points and three rebounds. Isiah Robertson recorded eight points and eight steals. The Hawks host Parker on Thursday.

C 18 31 51 58

VH 20 41 60 80

WAGNER — Three Hanson players combined for 37 points to power Wagner to a boys basketball win on Tuesday.

Hanson (10-4): Riley Ferry finished with 18 points and 13 rebounds. Luke Haiar followed with 10 points and Noah Price netted nine points. Hayden Bahmuller added eight rebounds, four assists and three blocked shots. The Beavers host Mount Vernon/Plankinton on Thursday.

Wagner (6-5): Dustin Honomichl scored 18 points, while Alex Cournoyer added 11 points, seven rebounds and four steals. Wagner hosts Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Thursday.

MENNO — Menno held off Avon for a boys basketball victory on Tuesday.

Menno (4-10): Brady Fergen finished with 14 points, while Josh Heckenlaible added 10 points and six rebounds. Kadeyn Ulmer netted nine points, while Levi Bender posted eight points and six rebounds. The Wolves host Irene-Wakonda on Saturday.

Avon (2-11): Lincoln Thury tossed in 15 points and Riley Rucktaeschel scored 13 points. Ashton Frank finished with nine points. The Pirates play Bon Homme on Friday in Tyndall.

A 13 27 40 50

M 22 42 50 61

FORESTBURG — Ethan cruised past Sanborn Central/Woonsocket to pick up a boys basketball win on Tuesday.

Ethan (9-5): Eric Gustafson scored 22 points and grabbed eight rebounds. Jay Storm and Kody Klumb each added 11 points for the Rustlers, while Klumb also dished out six assists. Josh Bartscher pulled down six boards. The Rustlers play at Scotland on Thursday.

SCW (5-9): Hayden Beigh and Jeff Boschee each scored 12 points. Tryce Slykhuis added 11 points, and five rebounds while Boschee also dished out five assists and pulled down four boards. SCW plays Wolsey-Wessington on Saturday in Woonsocket.

WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Three players scored in double figures to power Iroquois/Doland in prep boys basketball action on Tuesday.

Wessington Springs (10-3): Jacob Messmer finished with 16 points, six rebounds and four steals. Mason Schelske added 15 points and eight rebounds. Tyler Kole added 14 points and four assists. The Spartans host Lower Brule on Thursday.

Iroquois/Doland (1-13): Tobias Arbeiter and Colton Nelson scored 10 points apiece. The Chiefs host James Valley Christian on Thursday.

ID 6 14 23 30

WS 26 43 60 68

COLOME — Kimball/White Lake had three double-digit scorers in a boys basketball win over Colome on Tuesday.

KWL (4-9): Bennett Namanny poured in 28 points for the WiLdKats. Jaxon Christensen and Jaxon Pursell each scored 12 points, while Christensen also added eight assists and four steals in the win. KWL hosts Platte-Geddes on Thursday in White Lake.

Colome (2-11): Rhet Bertram scored 16 points to go with 10 rebounds. Joseph Laprath added 11 points and six rebounds. Colome hosts Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Friday.

TRIPP — Tripp-Delmont/Armour held off Gayville-Volin for a boys basketball win on Tuesday.

TDA (7-5): Logan VanPelt recorded a 15-point, 10-rebound double-double. Colby Brown and Carson Koehn added 10 and nine points, respectively. The Nighthawks host Marty on Friday in Tripp.

Gayville-Volin (5-9): Kyle Hirsch scored 16 points. Andrew Gustad added 11 points. The Raiders host Bridgewater-Emery on Friday in Gayville.

GV 13 24 31 44

TDA 15 23 35 48

MILLER — Winner used a 27-point first quarter to take down Miller on Tuesday in boys basketball action.

Winner (14-1): Brady Fritz poured in 25 points. Blake Volmer added nine points and 13 rebounds. Shawn Hammerbeck scored nine points. The Warriors play at White River on Feb. 9.

Miller (2-12): Spencer Fernholz and Kaden Danburg each scored seven points. Miller plays at Ipswich on Thursday.

WIN 27 45 61 76

MIL 9 19 24 31

WAGNER — Wagner upset Class B No. 5 Hanson in girls basketball action on Tuesday.

Wagner (4-8): Eve Zephier led the way with 17 points, while Shalayne Nagel netted 12 points. Caydynce Olson added seven points. Wagner hosts Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Thursday.

Hanson (11-3): Annalyse Weber led the Beavers with 15 points, five assists and four rebounds. Mekiah Campbell added 10 points and nine rebounds. The Beavers host Mount Vernon/Plankinton on Thursday.

H 11 23 34 48

W 13 23 35 52

CHAMBERLAIN — Mya Knippling posted a monster double-double to power Chamberlain to a girls basketball win over Platte-Geddes on Tuesday.

Chamberlain (9-7): Knippling finished with 31 points and 10 rebounds. Emma Powers added 10 points and Caycee Guinn scored seven points. The Cubs host Mount Vernon/Plankinton on Friday.

Platte-Geddes (5-10): Hadley Hanson and Cadence Van Zee scored 10 points apiece. Karly VanDerWerff added eight points and Baleigh Nachtigal netted seven points. The Black Panthers host Scotland on Thursday.

PG 11 21 32 46

C 10 23 37 54

IRENE — Howard knocked off Irene-Wakonda for a girls basketball win on Tuesday.

Howard (7-6): Kenedy Koepsell finished with 18 points. Kate Connor and Trinity Palmquist added 14 and 11 points, respectively. The Tigers play Mitchell Christian on Thursday at the Corn Palace.

Irene-Wakonda (8-6): Nora O’Malley scored 15 points. Emma Marshall chipped in 10 points. The Eagles host Corsica-Stickney on Thursday.

HOW 21 38 50 58

IW 5 16 28 35

MENNO — Menno edged Avon in a tightly-contested prep girls basketball contest on Tuesday.

Menno (9-5): Morgan Edelman finished with 23 points and four rebounds. Paityn Huber and Jesse Munkvold scored eight points apiece. Munkvold collected four rebounds. The Wolves host Canton on Thursday.

Avon (4-12): Courtney Sees finished with 17 points and five rebounds. Tiffany Pelton added 13 points and five rebounds. Samantha Brodeen logged eight points. The Pirates play at Bon Homme on Thursday.

M 9 21 38 52

A 14 25 35 51

PARKSTON — Behind 32 points from Ashtyn Wobig, McCook Central/Montrose topped Parkston in girls basketball action on Tuesday.

MCM (11-4): Wobig added seven rebounds. Madisen Koepsell recorded 11 points and six rebounds. Michaela McCormick posted six points. MCM plays West Central on Feb. 9 in Salem.

Parkston (9-5): Emma Yost posted 20 points and eight boards. Tiah Holzbauer logged seven points and six boards, while Allison Ziebart added seven points and six boards. The Trojans play at Gregory on Friday.

MCM 12 29 47 60

P 17 25 32 45

FORESTBURG — Ethan notched a girls basketball win over Sanborn Central/Woonsocket on Tuesday.

Ethan (12-2): Hannah Bartscher scored 16 points and recorded four steals for the Rustlers. Ava Lingemann and Camryn Logan each added nine points. Bella Neseim pulled down five rebounds in the win. The Rustlers play at Kimball/White Lake on Friday in Kimball.

SCW (7-8): Trista White scored 16 points. Brooke Doering added eight rebounds. SCW plays Wolsey-Wessington on Saturday in Woonsocket.

E 9 21 37 45

SCW 10 16 23 32

WHITE LAKE — Kennedy Leiferman’s 17 points powered Kimball/White Lake past Wolsey-Wessington for a girls basketball win on Tuesday.

KWL (11-4): Leiferman also added nine rebounds, five assists and five steals. Hannah Havlik chipped in 11 points and six boards in the win. Harley Namanny scored eight points. Kimball/White Lake hosts Ethan on Friday in White Lake.

Wolsey-Wessington (8-6): Leah Williams and Mya Boomsma scored 14 and 10 points, respectively. Faith Nelson grabbed seven boards. The Warbirds host Castlewood on Thursday.

WW 3 13 22 34

KWL 19 33 47 56

EMERY — Colman-Egan outlasted Bridgewater-Emery for an overtime win in girls basketball play on Tuesday.

Colman-Egan (11-4): Josie Mousel scored 19 points and grabbed seven rebounds. Broaden Westley chipped in 18 points and three steals in the win. Berkeley Groos scored nine points. Colman-Egan hosts Estelline/Hendricks on Friday.

Bridgewater-Emery (8-6): Julia Weber finished with 12 points, six rebounds and three steals. Casey Meyer scored 10 points and Chloe Schmitt added eight points and six rebounds for the Huskies. Kerrigan Schultz posted eight rebounds and three assists. The Huskies play Gayville-Volin on Friday in Gayville.

CE 15 23 31 49 52

BE 17 22 36 49 51

BONESTEEL — Class B No. 1 Corsica-Stickney pulled away from Burke for a girls basketball win on Tuesday.

Corsica-Stickney (14-2): Rachel Gerlach finished with 16 points and Raven Barse added 11 points. Casey Tolsma finished with 10 points. The Jaguars play at Irene-Wakonda on Thursday.

Burke (8-8): Sally Hakin led the Cougars with 11 points, eight rebounds and three assists. Ramee Hanson tossed in five points. The Cougars play at Bon Homme on Feb. 9.

CS 17 36 47 56

B 6 14 16 21

SCOTLAND — Grace Fryda’s 31 points guided Scotland past Freeman on Tuesday.

Scotland (11-4): Fryda also grabbed six boards for the Highlanders. Delanie VanDriel added seven points, five rebounds and three steals. Makayla Friederich chipped in five points and six rebounds. The Highlanders play Platte-Geddes on Thursday in Platte.

Freeman (3-10): Rijjy Peterson scored 17 points and five rebounds. Cara Maske added eight points and three steals. Erin Uecker and Kate Miller both scored seven points, while Miller also pulled down nine boards. Freeman plays Alcester-Hudson on Thursday in Alcester.

FRE 12 17 34 43

SCO 13 30 43 54

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