Bridgewater-Emery (10-4): Arend finished with 20 points and five rebounds, while Rylee Schultz tossed in 11 points and grabbed seven rebounds. Camden Dye added eight points, eight rebounds and four assists. The Huskies host Hanson on Friday.
FAM (7-3): Connor Epp led the Bearcats with 22 points, while Quincy Blue added 13 points and six rebounds. Thalen Schroeder scored nine points and collected seven rebounds. FAM hosts Irene-Wakonda on Thursday in Marion.
BE 8 29 42 59
FAM 11 24 34 56
WINNER — Brady Fritz’s offensive explosion guided Winner past Bennett County for a boys basketball win on Tuesday.
Winner (12-1): Fritz poured in a career-high 41 points on 17-for-25 shooting, including 6-for-11 from 3-point range. He also recorded three steals. Blake Volmer added 10 points, six rebounds and four assists in the win. The Warriors host Mount Vernon/Plankinton on Friday.
Bennett County (5-9): Deryck Two Bulls and Kaedom Jack each scored nine points. Sam Bryne chipped in seven rebounds. Bennett County plays at Stanley County on Thursday.
BC 13 23 38 40
WIN 33 38 57 72
ELKTON — Class B No. 3 Howard outlasted Elkton-Lake Benton in boys basketball action on Tuesday.
Howard (11-1): Sam Aslesen pumped in 30 points, while Tisyn Spader followed with 13 points and recorded his 1,000th career point. The Tigers play at Ethan on Friday.
ELB (10-3): Matthew Nibbe led the Elks with 14 points and five rebounds. Marcus Harming added 13 points and Aiden Erickson netted 12 points. The Elks play Oldham-Ramona/Rutland on Thursday in Rutland.
MONTROSE — McCook Central/Montrose used a balanced scoring attack to defeat Freeman in boys basketball action on Tuesday.
MCM (5-7): Gavin Gordon finished with nine points and four rebounds. Boston Katzer posted eight points, while Micah Van Ruler and Cody Miles scored seven points apiece. Jordan Schock and Kolt Koepsell netted five points apiece. MCM plays at Parkston on Feb. 2.
Freeman (0-12): Ethan Balvin finished with six points and three rebounds. Freeman plays at Canton on Friday.
F 1 8 16 20
MCM 17 36 46 50
PLATTE — Class B No. 2 Platte-Geddes picked up a boys basketball win over Parkston on Tuesday.
Platte-Geddes (9-1): Caden Foxley finished with 21 points and 14 rebounds for the Black Panthers. Kelby VanDerWerff chipped in 16 points and nine boards. Will Miller scored 10 points in the win. The Black Panthers travel to White River on Thursday.
Parkston (5-8): Cole Prunty scored 12 points. Max Scott chipped in 11 points. The Trojans host Lennox on Thursday.
PAR 11 20 28 50
PG 14 30 50 69
CHESTER — Class B No. 4 Canistota topped Chester Area on Tuesday in boys basketball action.
Canistota (11-1): Tyce Ortman scored 15 points. Cole Papendick added 13 points, while Isiah Robertson chipped in 11 points and nine rebounds. The Hawks play Viborg-Hurley on Feb. 2 in Hurley.
Chester Area (5-10): Stratton Eppard finished with 16 points and eight boards for the Flyers. Jovi Wolf added 15 points and three assists. The Flyers play Colman-Egan on Feb. 1 in Colman.
CAN 8 26 40 54
CA 11 20 29 44
FORESTBURG — Hanson notched a boys basketball victory over Sanborn Central/Woonsocket on Tuesday.
Hanson (8-4): Riley Ferry scored 13 points for the Beavers. Noah Price and Luke Haiar chipped in 12 and 11 points, respectively. The Beavers play Bridgewater-Emery on Jan. 29 in Emery.
SCW (5-8): Tryce Slykhuis finished with nine points. Jeff Boschee chipped in nine points. The Blackhawks host Ethan on Feb. 2 in Forestburg.
MADISON — Three Chamberlain players combined for 38 points in a boys basketball win over Madison on Tuesday.
Chamberlain (10-1): Sellyck McManus finished with 18 points and six rebounds. Drayton Priebe posted 11 points, while Hayden Evans added nine points. Cameron Caldwell added six points, seven rebounds and four steals. The Cubs play at Mobridge-Pollock on Friday in Mobridge.
Madison (5-5): Carter Bergheim recorded 18 points and four 3-pointers. Nate Ricke added six points and five rebounds. The Bulldogs host Hamlin on Saturday.
C 17 30 40 46
M 13 26 30 33
TRIPP — Tripp-Delmont/Armour pulled away from Centerville on Tuesday in boys basketball action.
TDA (6-4): Logan Vanpelt scored 17 points and grabbed six rebounds. Trey Sparks added 10 points and seven assists for the Nighthawks. Colby Brown chipped in nine points in the win. The Nighthawks play at Burke on Friday.
Centerville (5-7): Will Kroger finished with 17 points and eight rebounds. The Tornadoes play Viborg-Hurley on Thursday in Hurley.
CEN 10 21 29 42
TDA 17 32 51 60
WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Wessington Springs cruised to a win over Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Tuesday in boys basketball play.
Wessington Springs (8-3): Jacob Messmer scored 24 points and pulled down 11 rebounds for the Spartans. Mason Schelske recorded a 15-point, 17-rebound double-double to go with five assists. Dylan Schimke added nine points. The Spartans host Freeman Academy/Marion on Friday.
ACDC (4-8): Xavier Hare scored 15 points and grabbed five rebounds. Rizon Clark chipped in 10 points. ACDC hosts Bon Homme on Thursday in Lake Andes.
ACDC 20 37 59 70
WS 8 18 30 46
PLANKINTON — Mount Vernon/Plankinton narrowly defeated Wagner for a boys basketball win on Tuesday.
MVP (4-8): Reed Rus exploded for 35 points to go with 10 rebounds. Rylee Deinert added 18 points and three boards. Nate Hohn pulled down 11 rebounds. The Titans play at Winner on Friday.
Wagner (5-4): No stats reported. Wagner plays at Scotland on Thursday.
MURDO — Lyman pulled away from Jones County for a boys basketball victory on Tuesday.
Lyman (7-3): Tyson Floyd finished with 19 points and Sam McClanahan tossed in 12 points. Stockton McClanahan collected nine rebounds. The Raiders host New Underwood on Friday.
Jones County (6-8): Wyatt Olson finished with 18 points and Cooper Feddersen grabbed 10 rebounds. The Coyotes host Sully Buttes on Feb. 2.
L 15 27 37 50
JC 10 12 28 34
SCOTLAND — Alcester-Hudson notched a road win over Scotland in boys basketball action on Tuesday.
Alcester-Hudson (5-5): Alex Winquist finished with 17 points, six rebounds and eight steals. Kaden Kleinhans added 12 points and five boards. The Cubs host Akron-Westfield (Iowa) on Saturday in Alcester.
Scotland (4-8): Keenan Souhrada scored 10 points and grabbed six rebounds. The Highlanders host Wagner on Friday.
AH 11 25 39 46
S 13 20 24 37
FORESTBURG — Sanborn Central/Woonsocket upset Class B No. 4 Hanson in girls basketball action on Tuesday.
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket (6-7): Teya Moody scored 12 points and dished out four assists. Trista White added 12 points and five boards. Trinity Boschee grabbed four rebounds. The Blackhawks travel to Wessington Springs on Thursday.
Hanson (10-2): Annalyse Weber recorded 10 points and three steals. Shelby Hernandez added 10 points and five rebounds. The Beavers play Bridgewater-Emery on Friday in Emery.
HAN 11 21 30 38
SCW 10 22 37 43
AVON — Burke had a pair of double-digit scorers in a girls basketball victory over Avon on Tuesday.
Burke (7-6): Bobbi Jo Wischmann finished with team highs of 16 points and seven rebounds. Sally Hakin also added 13 points, seven boards and three assists. The Cougars host Boyd County (Neb.) on Thursday in Bonesteel.
Avon (4-9): Ali Sees scored 17 points for the Pirates. Tiffany Pelton chipped in 10 points, five rebounds and eight steals. The Pirates host Parkston on Friday.
B 14 26 38 48
A 10 20 30 43
TYNDALL — Kimball/White Lake turned a three-point halftime deficit into an eight-point girls basketball victory on Tuesday.
KWL (9-4): Kennedy Leiferman finished with 19 points, while Kate Havlik netted 14 points. The WiLdKats host Avon on Saturday in White Lake.
Bon Homme (2-9): Kenzie Carson led the Cavaliers with 18 points and five rebounds. Jenae Alberts scored six points and had four steals. Jurni Vavruska added six points and three steals.
The Cavaliers play Andes Central/Dakota Christian on Thursday in Lake Andes.
KWL 9 22 38 52
BH 8 25 33 44
PLATTE — Parkston cruised past Platte-Geddes for a girls basketball win on Tuesday.
Parkston (8-4): Allison Ziebart scored a team-high 16 points for the Trojans. Emma Yost added 15 points and eight rebounds. Brielle Bruening, Faith Oakley and Tiah Holzbauer all grabbed seven rebounds, while Holzbauer also dished out five assists. Oakley recorded four steals. The Trojans travel to Avon on Friday.
Platte-Geddes (4-8): Hadley Hanson scored 10 points. Karly VanDerWerff chipped in six points and eight boards. Taryn Starr added three assists and five steals. The Black Panthers play Colome on Friday in Platte.
P 13 21 43 51
PG 5 9 21 31
WESSINGTON SPRINGS — Andes Central/Dakota Christian’s defense guided it past Wessington Springs on Tuesday in girls basketball action.
Andes Central/Dakota Christian (9-4): Mackenzie Muckey and Allison Muckey both scored 11 points and recorded four steals. Allison Muckey also chipped in nine rebounds. The Thunder play Bon Homme on Thursday in Lake Andes.
Wessington Springs (2-11): Avery Orth added 10 points, four rebounds and three steals. Kirstie Munsen scored eight points. The Spartans host Sanborn Central/Woonsocket on Thursday.
ACDC 8 19 42 48
WS 8 12 16 22
PLANKINTON — Led by Emilee Fox and Maria Baker, Mount Vernon/Plankinton downed Wagner in girls basketball action on Tuesday.
MVP (9-3): Fox finished with 26 points, nine rebounds and five steals. Baker followed with 15 points and six rebounds. The Titans play at Winner on Friday.
Wagner (3-7): Eve Zephier tossed in 14 points and Shalayne Nagel posted 12 points. Wagner plays at Scotland on Friday.
W 8 23 34 42
MVP 11 26 45 54
ELKTON — Howard notched its fifth girls basketball win on the season on Tuesday by taking down Elkton-Lake Benton.
Howard (5-8): Kate Connor scored a team-best 10 points for the Tigers. Kenedy Koepsell recorded eight points. The Tigers play at Ethan on Friday.
Elkton-Lake Benton (2-9): Rachael Krog scored 11 points. Brooklyn Nielsen chipped in nine points. The Elks play Oldham-Ramona/Rutland on Friday in Ramona.
HOW 14 18 28 40
ELB 4 16 25 31
TRIPP — Tripp-Delmont/Armour had a pair of 19-point scorers in a win over Centerville on Tuesday.
Tripp-Delmont/Armour (8-4): Bailey Spaans and Megan Reiner both scored 19 points. Spaans added five rebounds. Ashlee Gerber recorded nine points and seven boards. The Nighthawks travel to Burke on Friday.
Centerville (6-7): Thea Gust scored 19 points. Haley Meyer added 17 points. The Tornadoes play Viborg-Hurley on Thursday in Hurley.
CEN 7 12 18 49
TDA 18 40 47 60
SCOTLAND — Scotland pulled away from Alcester-Hudson for a girls basketball action on Tuesday.
Scotland (9-4): Grace Fryda finished with 24 points, eight steals and four rebounds. Delanie VanDriel added 10 points and five rebounds. Audrey Sayler contributed seven points and six rebounds. Makayla Friederich added six points and six rebounds. The Highlanders host Wagner on Friday.
Alcester-Hudson (4-7): Ella Sereck, Abby Walth and Elly Doering scored five points apiece. Sereck and Walth had three rebounds apiece. The Cubs play Dell Rapids St. Mary on Thursday in Alcester.
AH 8 15 19 29
S 19 33 43 57
MADISON — Chamberlain knocked off Madison for a girls basketball win on Tuesday.
Chamberlain (7-6): Mya Knippling scored 19 points and eight rebounds, while Caycee Guinn chipped in 10 points for the Cubs. Emma Powers recorded six steals. The Cubs play Mobridge-Pollock on Friday in Mobridge.
Madison (5-6): Zoey Gerry added 16 points. The Bulldogs host Tea Area on Friday.
CHA 10 19 31 41
MAD 9 16 28 38
MENNO — Morgan Edelman’s 23 points powered Menno past Gayville-Volin for a girls basketball win on Tuesday.
Menno (8-4): Edelman also added eight rebounds and five assists. Jesse Munkvold chipped in 15 points, six rebounds and seven assists in the win. Grace Nusz scored 11 points. The Wolves play Corsica-Stickney on Friday in Corsica.
Gayville-Volin (2-10): Grace Gustad scored 10 points. Molly Larson chipped in nine points. The Raiders host Gregory on Friday in Gayville.
GV 6 15 22 23
MEN 19 26 46 60
FORT PIERRE — Gregory picked up its second win of the season over Stanley County on Tuesday.
Gregory (2-10): Morgan Opbroek finished with 24 points, while Jessy Jo VanDerWerff tossed in 19 points. Brooklyn Kenzy recorded 11 points. The Gorillas play Gayville-Volin on Friday in Gayville.
Stanley County (0-12): Mattie Duffy netted 14 points. The Buffaloes play Bennett County on Thursday in Fort Pierre.