MONDAY, JANUARY 14:
Girls’ Basketball: McCook Central/Montrose @ Chester
Howard @ Hanson
Dakota Valley Conference Tournament @ Elkton, Lake Preston
@ Lake Preston 6:30pm: Arlington vs. Oldham-Ramona/Rutland
8:00pm: Lake Preston vs. Deubrook
@ Elkton 6:30pm: Estelline vs. Colman-Egan
8:00pm: Dells St. Mary’s vs. Elkton-Lake Benton
Eastern Coteau Conference Tournament @ Revillo
TUESDAY, JANUARY 15:
Boys’ Basketball: Brookings @ Sioux Falls O’Gorman (Live on KCountry 102 @ 7:00)
Sioux Falls Washington @ Watertown
Pierre @ Mitchell
Clark/Willow Lake @ Langford
Flandreau @ Deuel
DeSmet @ Hamlin
Madison @ FIS
Dell Rapids @ Garretson
Beresford @ Tri-Valley
Hanson @ Howard
Dakota Valley Conference Tournament @ Elkton, Arlington
Eastern Coteau Conference Tourney @ Waverly
Girls’ Basketball: Sioux Falls O’Gorman @ Brookings (Live on KBRK 1430 @ 7:00)
Watertown @ Sioux Falls Washington
Huron @ Sioux Falls Lincoln
Mitchell @ Pierre
Flandreau @ Deuel
DeSmet @ Hamlin
Madison @ FIS
West Central @ Dell Rapids
Wrestling: Kingsbury County @ Parker Triangular
SDSU MBB…Nate Wolters scored 29 points and South Dakota State rolled past Fort Wayne 83-57 on Saturday.
Wolters was 10 of 18 from the field for the Jackrabbits (13-6, 4-2 Summit), who shot 56 percent from the field -- 73 percent after halftime when they outscored Fort Wayne 49-26.
Marcus Heemstra and Chad White scored 12 points apiece for South Dakota State.
The Jackrabbits ran their home winning streak to 25 games. No. 7 Syracuse, which also won at home on Saturday, has won 34 in a row. South Dakota State's next home game is Jan. 26 against Summit leader North Dakota State.
The Mastodons (8-11, 1-4) were led by Frank Gaines with 18 points. Joe Reed had 15 points and six rebounds for Fort Wayne.
Western Illinois 89, Omaha 74
North Dakota State 73, Oakland 65
Kansas City 90, South Dakota 86
SDSU WBB…Megan Waytashek’s putback basket at the buzzer capped a wild comeback for South Dakota State as the Jackrabbit women’s basketball team remained undefeated in Summit League play with a 66-64 victory at Fort Wayne Saturday afternoon.
The Jackrabbits, who extended their winning streak to seven games, improved to 13-5 overall and 5-0 in The Summit League. Fort Wayne dropped to 6-11 overall, 2-3 in league play.
Waytashek, who finished with a career-high 30 points along with a game-high 11 rebounds, kept the Jackrabbits in the game in the first half. Ashley Eide, who sat most of the first half with two early fouls, scored all 11 of her points in the second half. Katie Lingle contributed eight points, eight rebounds and a career-high five blocked shots.
Erin Murphy and Stefanie Mauk each scored 20 points to lead Fort Wayne, with Rachel Mauk adding 11 points.
North Dakota State 60, Oakland 59
Kansas City 60, South Dakota 56
Western Illinois 71, Omaha 44
BHS BBB…Watertown capitalized on cold shooting by Brookings to post a 55-46 ESD Conference boys basketball win over the Bobcats Saturday night.
The Arrows outscored Brookings 23-7 in the third quarter – the Bobcats shot 28 percent from the floor in the second half, and just 26 percent for the game.
Landen Mack led the Arrows with 12 points and 11 rebounds. Tanner Heiser and Brody Ries also had 12 points each. Konner Beste came off the bench to lead Brookings with 16 points – Braxton Carlson added ten.
Watertown outrebounded Brookings 38-32.
SATURDAY BBB SCORES…
Flandreau 88, Flandreau Indian 57
Huron 51, Brandon Valley 48
Webster 66, Ipswich 62
Yankton 56, Sioux Falls Lincoln 53
281 Conference Tournament
Hitchcock-Tulare 68, Highmore-Harrold 28
James Valley Christian 76, Iroquois 41
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 75, Sunshine Bible Academy 59
Wolsey-Wessington 84, Wessington Springs 24
Dakota Schoolers Classic
Canistota 58, South O'Brien, Paullina, Iowa 53, OT
Colman-Egan 71, Alcester-Hudson 50
Dell Rapids St. Mary 56, Gayville-Volin 49
Ethan 49, Irene-Wakonda 45
Lake Preston 65, Freeman Academy 43
Sioux Falls Roosevelt JV 71, West Sioux, Hawarden, Iowa 23
South Central 71, Centerville 65
BHS GBB…In a game that featured 35 fouls, 26 free throws and 45 turnovers – Watertown held off Brookings 31-29 Saturday night in ESD Conference girls’ basketball.
Danielle Duncan – a late starter for the Arrows – led the way with seven points. Mandy Tetzlaff added six rebounds. Kaitlyn Hadley’s ten points led Brookings, with Lauren Coughlin and Amelia Miller each getting seven rebounds.
Neither team shot well – Brookings 27 percent and Watertown 25 percent. But the Bobcats had 28 turnovers in the game.
SATURDAY GBB SCORES…
Brandon Valley 45, Huron 35
Canistota 50, Parker 47
Castlewood 50, Hamlin 39
Flandreau 71, Flandreau Indian 36
Freeman 61, Howard 58
Garretson 49, Hills-Beaver Creek, Minn. 42
Milbank 54, West Central 37
Sioux Falls Lincoln 50, Yankton 39
Webster 61, Ipswich 49
Big Sioux Conference Tournament
Seventh Place Dell Rapids 52, Tea Area 32
Fifth Place Dakota Valley 40, Elk Point-Jefferson 36
Third Place Beresford 49, Canton 41
Championship Tri-Valley 53, Sioux Falls Christian 38
Clark/Willow Lake 52, Parkston 43
DeSmet 42, Highmore-Harrold 33
Deuel 44, Sully Buttes 42
Herreid/Selby Area 62, Centerville 51
St. Thomas More 48, Hanson 39
Wagner 60, Lennox 44
BHS BOWLING…The Brookings Bobcat bowlers swept Dell Rapids Friday.
The girls won 28.5 to 16.5. Abby Roden had games of 165, 167 and 178 for a 510 series. Tiana Holmes rolled a 407 and Grace Vernarsky a 347.
The boys won 50-0 behind Quentin Mason’s 247, 224 and 209 games for a 680 series. Brandon Wonnenberg had a 234 and 231 as part of a 653 series. Sawyer Busch had a 598 and Nathan Holmes a 562.
The J-V boys won 25-0. Devon Austin had a 488 series, Brandon Rippert a 371 and Michael Giegling a 357 series.
SDSU WRESTLING…The South Dakota State wrestling team sent wrestlers to the Quality Hotel Open and won two championships.
Troy Morisette and Trey Hable won championships at the 174- and 184-pound weight classes, respectively. Will James (141), Ben Schwery (165) and Hunter Weddington (184) placed, as well.
Morisette dominated Tanner Sturgeon (Nebraska-Kearney) to the tune of a 15-5 major decision for the Jacks' first title of the day.
Hable wasted no time and pinned Matt Atwood (Bethany) in 1:44 for SDSU's second title at the open.
In addition to Morisette and Hable, three other SDSU wrestlers placed.
Will James rebounded from a first-round, 8-6 loss to finish fourth at 141 pounds. In the third-place match, Travis Leiskau of Nebraska-Kearney avenged his quarterfinal loss and pushed Schwery to fourth by 10-4 decision.
Hunter Weddington, who wrestled in the same weight class as SDSU champion Hable, finished fourth, as well. Samuel Tilley (Jamestown) pinned Weddington in the third-place match.
SDSU SWIMMING…The Jackrabbit women’s swim and dive team fell just short of a victory over in-state rival University of South Dakota by a final margin of 150-148 on Saturday afternoon.
Junior Andee Budahl picked up wins in the 800-freestyle, 400-freestyle and 200 individual medley. She posted a 9:22.51 swim in the 800-free and a time of 4:35.49 in the 400-free. Budahl notched a time of 2:30.80 in the 200 individual medley.
Sophomore Nicole Grimit won the 200-freestyle in a time of 2:12.00. Grimit was also part of the winning 200-free relay team of senior Devonne Dalin, freshman Abby Zenner, junior Kaylin Caron and Grimit, finishing in 1:50.63.
Junior Emma Wright captured the 200-butterfly swim in a time of 2:28.57.
Dalin was the top swimmer in the 100-freestyle with a time of 1:00.56.
GIRLS HOCKEY…The Brookings girls varsity hockey team picked up two wins over the weekend.
Saturday, it was a 6-2 victory over Watertown – Lexi Koenig had four goals and an assist. Sierra Winter and Ashley Rennich had the other scores. Jade Chasing Hawk had two assists.
Friday, Brookings got by Sioux Falls 4-2. Jade Chasing Hawk had two goals, with Lacey Lynn and Jessica Laidlaw tallying the other goals.
Brookings hosts Sioux Falls Friday, and visits Watertown Sunday.
BOYS HOCKEY…Brookings scored three times in penalty-filled second period, and went on to a 6-0 win over Huron Sunday in boys varsity hockey.
Dylan Rittershaus, Matt Eng and Cory Roach each scored in the second, which had 13 penalties called. Eng also scored in the first period, with Roach and Zach VanLiere scoring in the third.
Eng had two assists and Roach one.
Brookings had a 31-23 edge in shots on goal. Hunter Rowbotham picked up his second shutout in league play.
Saturday, Brookings defeated Watertown 9-3. Van Liere and Roach each scored twice, with T-J Theodosopoulos, Sam Schutt, Patrick Chapin, Eng and Rittershaus also scoring. Eng added three assists in the game.
BWF NIGHT…The Brookings Wildlife Federation’s “Sportsman’s Night” will be held Monday at 6:30 in the First Lutheran Church.
Five wildlife programs will go on simultaneously in five different rooms – each session lasts 25 minutes. There is no charge, and refreshments will be served.
Program topics include winter coyote hunting, hunting in Alaska, ice fishing, spring turkey hunting and training labs as hunting dogs.
For more details, contact Spencer Vaa at 695-6867.