THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 13:
Men’s Basketball: South Dakota State @ Omana (Live on 910)
Women’s Basketball: Omaha @ South Dakota State (Live on B93.7)
Harrisburg @ Brookings (Live on KCountry 102)
Brandon Valley @ Mitchell
Elkton-Lake Benton @ Arlington
Colman-Egan @ Chester
Redfield-Doland @ Clark/Willow Lake
Oldham-Ramona/Rutland @ Dell Rapids St. Mary’s
Estelline @ Deubrook (Toronto)
Waverly-South Shore @ Great Plains Lutheran
Wilmot @ Florence-Henry
DeSmet @ Lake Preston
Pipestone Area @ West Central
Sioux Falls Christian @ Western Christian, IA
Mitchell @ Brandon Valley
McCook Central/Montrose @ Dell Rapids
Waverly-South Shore @ Great Plains Lutheran
Iroquois @ Hitchcock-Tulare
Sioux Falls O’Gorman @ Pierre
West Central @ Vermillion
BHS BBB…Sioux Falls Washington scored a 59-35 non-conference boys’ basketball win over Brookings Tuesday night in Sioux Falls.
The Warrior effort included a 75-foot field goal at the halftime buzzer that gave them a 20-point lead.
Carter Keller had 12 points and Kevin Nelson eight for the Warriors, who had 13 players score points in the game. Tyler Nagy had ten and Trevor Hornig nine for the Bobcats.
Mikey Daniel’s eight rebounds led Brookings.
Washington shot 50 percent from the field – Brookings just 28 percent. The Bobcats had 16 turnovers in the game, and were outrebounded by three.
Washington won the J-V game 62-53, as Jared Tschetter had 21 second-half points for the Bobcats. The Warrior sophomores won 68-57 – Isaac Brandt had 19 points and seven boards for the Bobcats. Zach Treiber added 16.
TUESDAY BBB SCORES…
Alcester-Hudson 52, Chester 46
Arlington 45, Florence/Henry 43
Baltic 69, Howard 35
Castlewood 69, Colman-Egan 54
CAS: Lucas Ching 19pts, 12rebs…Adam Ching 17pts…Riley Haug & Jacob Tvedt 13pts each
C-E: Josh Giese 16pts, 16rebs…Trenton Hemmer 15pts
Hamlin 69, Deubrook 55
Huron 82, Mitchell 49
James Valley Christian 65, Mitchell Christian 34
Pierre 76, Sturgis 57
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 94, Iroquois 35
Sioux Falls Roosevelt 59, Sioux Falls O’Gorman 41
Sioux Valley 60, Deuel 17
SV: Tayt Vincent 12pts…Spencer Hanson 10pts…44%FG
DEU: Cooper Gates 8pts…11%FG
Tea Area 86, Flandreau Indian 46
Tri-Valley 74, Lennox 68
Warner 66, Redfield/Doland 39
Watertown 59, Aberdeen Central 45
West Central 74, Beresford 45
BHS GBB…Harrisburg broke away in the second quarter to defeat Brookings 60-42 Tuesday night in ESD Conference girls’ basketball in Brookings.
The win avenges an earlier one-point loss to the Bobcats in Brookings.
Morgan Beaner had 18 points, Alex Johnson 15 and Hailey Halling 12 for the 10-5 Tigers. Sara Tvedt and Kaitlyn Hadley each had 18 points for the 9-6 Bobcats.
Harrisburg’s sophomores won 61-31…the Tigers won the J-V game 62-24 and won the freshman game 61-34.
TUESDAY GBB SCORES…
Aberdeen Central 54, Watertown 45
Baltic 51, Howard 35
Brandon Valley 52, Yankton 40
Castlewood 56, Colman-Egan 26
CAS: Regan Benike 16pts…Haley Strait 13pts…Sierra Johnson 10pts
C-E: Tori Nelsen 11pts…Kara Hannasch 6rebs
Chester 51, Alcester-Hudson 40
CHE: Elena Borah 16pts, 9rebs…Erin Benson 12pts…Sara Heyn 10pts
A-H: Sierra McConnell 11pts…Shenia Doering 10pts
DeSmet 68, Flandreau 22
Deubrook 54, Hamlin 52
Garretson 52, Elkton-Lake Benton 42
Great Plains Lutheran 52, Tiospa Zina Tribal 47
Lake Preston 63, Grant-Deuel 30
Mitchell 73, Huron 48
MIT: Clinched ESD Conference regular-season title with win
Mt. Vernon/Plankinton 46, Dell Rapids 24
Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 77, Iroquois 15
Sioux Valley 67, Deuel 23
SV: Carley Peterson 20pts…Anna Keefe 16pts…Kaylee Granum 10pts
DEU: Mackenzie Mack 9pts, 5rebs
Sturgis 47, Pierre 41
Tea Area 53, Flandreau Indian 34
Tri-Valley 42, Sioux Falls Christian 34
Waverly-South Shore 48, Langford 37
West Central 58, Beresford 32
BHS WRESTLING…Brookings won its first ESD Conference wrestling title since 1989 with Tuesday’s 65-15 win over Yankton. The Bobcats, Aberdeen Central and Pierre share the league title with one dual loss apiece. For Brookings, it’s the first ESD wrestling crown since 1989.
Brookings 65, Yankton 15
Pins: Jacob Puppe, Justin Nixon, Devon Crandall, Wyatt Resmen, Aaron Eggebrecht. Tech. Fall: Peter Hansen. Forfeits:
Kayde Bartels, Tate Coon, Nick Hanson, Adam Palmer, Eddie Miller
Sioux Falls Roosevelt 75, Yankton 3
Brookings 28, Sioux Falls Roosevelt 26
Pins: Aaron Eggebrecht. Decisions: Jacob Puppe, Tate Coon, Nick Hanson, Cole Eidem, Adam Palmer, Eddie Miller.
Major Decision: Wyatt Resmen
TUESDAY WR SCORES…
West Central 51, Chamberlain 16
Mitchell 38, Watertown 36
Mitchell 45, Brandon Valley 33
Watertown 53, Brandon Valley 19
Madison 61, Milbank 16
Madison 67, Sisseton 9
Milbank 51, Sisseton 23
SDSU SWIMMERS HONORED…South Dakota State earned three of the weekly swimming and diving awards this week following its performance at the Minnesota Challenge.
Clark Kocourek recorded two, top-six dives on the weekend. In the three-meter dive, the Omaha native scored 314.25, which was good for third place. He also placed sixth in the one-meter dive with a mark of 298.20.
Blake Yeager finished with a pair of top-10 times on the weekend as he finished the 1,650 free in 16:19.80, which was good for third. He also finished eighth in the 200 free with a time of 1:44.85.
Andrea won the 400 free in 5:07.01, took second in the 200 fly in 2:07.63 and touched fourth in the 200 free in 1:54.65. Budahl's 200 fly time was the second-fastest in the league this season.
SDSU will return to the pool Feb. 19 at the Summit League Championships in Indianapolis, Ind.
SDSU IN PINK…The South Dakota State women’s basketball team will wear pink jerseys during Saturday’s game vs. Western Illinois at 4 p.m.
The Under Armour jerseys will then be placed on an online auction at GoJacks.com at 6 p.m. Saturday, with all proceeds benefiting Coaches vs. Cancer. The auction will be open for two weeks, closing at 5 p.m. Feb. 17. Last year, over $1,000 was raised through the online action of the pink jerseys.
All Jackrabbit fans attending Saturday’s game are encouraged to wear pink, and 500 pink balloons will be distributed to the SDSU student section.
MT. MARTY TRAP…Mount Marty College in Yankton has announced formation of a club trapshooting team that will begin competition this spring and hold its practices and events at the Jim River Trap Club.
The first college in South Dakota to offer the sport, Mount Marty joins the ranks of a number of big-name schools — as well as smaller, regional ones — to compete in trap shooting.
Schools like Arizona, Arizona State, Colorado, Florida, Iowa, Kansas State and Texas A&M all have club programs, as do Concordia (Neb.), Hastings (Neb.) and Midland (Neb.).
The program will consist of men’s and women’s shooters, who will be coached by Rick Kalsow, a 13-time Amateur Trapshooting Association (ATA) Industry All-American and member of the 2013 Iowa State Elite Trap Shooting Team.