WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 30:
Women’s Basketball: South Dakota State @ South Dakota (Live on Ranch AM910 @ 6:30)
Hockey: South Dakota @ South Dakota State men, 7:00pm
THURSDAY, JANUARY 31:
Men’s Basketball: South Dakota @ South Dakota State (Live on Ranch AM910 @ 6:30)
Boys’ Basketball: Sioux Falls Lincoln @ Watertown
Deubrook @ Oldham-Ramona/Rutland
Sioux Valley @ Flandreau
Lake Preston @ Elkton-Lake Benton
Madison @ West Central
Great Plains Lutheran @ Waubay
Dells St. Mary’s @ Colman-Egan
Girls’ Basketball: Watertown @ Sioux Falls Lincoln
Webster @ Hamlin
Arlington @ Castlewood
Wrestling: Brandon Valley @ Brookings
Adrian, MN, Dell Rapids @ McCook Central/Montrose
BHS BBB…Braxton Carlson’s 19 points led four double-figure scorers as Brookings defeated Mitchell 60-47 Tuesday night in
ESD Conference boys’ basketball.
Kaleb Vig had 11 points, Tyler Nagy and Konner Beste each scored ten, and Zach Page had seven boards for the Bobcats, who notched their 11th win of the season.
Beau Brown’s 21 points and four boards led the Kernels.
Brookings led by 13 points at halftime, but Mitchell got the difference down to four after three. The Bobcats closed with a 14-4 run in the fourth quarter.
Mitchell won the J-V game 54-39…and the Brookings sophomores won 53-31.
SV-DEUBROOK BBB…Sioux Valley held off Deubrook’s bid to tie the game late in the fourth quarter, and the Cossacks held on for a 63-58 win Tuesday night in boys’ basketball in White.
The 11-4 Cossacks led by three late in the game – Deubrook had possession but didn’t score, and Sioux Valley went on to win.
Tyler Tofte’s 19 points led Sioux Valley, with Jake Larson scoring 16 and Tayt Vincent with 13. Larson scored 14 in the first half, while Vincent was held to two.
Tyler Jensen’s 18 points led Deubrook, with Cory Byers scoring 16 and Dustin Trooien ten. Byers suffered a hand injury in the fourth quarter, but was able to return.
TUESDAY BBB SCORES…
Arlington 62, Hamlin 58
Canistota 46, Viborg-Hurley 40
Clark/Willow Lake 64, Castlewood 59
Dell Rapids 66, Canton 47
Deuel 90, Grant-Deuel 39
Elkton-Lake Benton 76, Flandreau Indian 58
Estelline 38, Waverly-South Shore 31
Flandreau 64, Colman-Egan 60
Garretson 60, Baltic 46
Great Plains Lutheran 67, Lake Preston 54
Harrisburg 64, Elk Point-Jefferson 61
Howard 60, Marion 39
Huron 51, Aberdeen Central 47
Madison 53, Lennox 47
McCook Central/Montrose 48, Parkston 35
Morris Area/Chokia-Alberta, Minn. 61, Milbank 49
Parker 43, Chester 39
Sioux City, East, Iowa 47, Sioux Falls Washington 44
Sioux City, North, Iowa 51, Sioux Falls O'Gorman 46
Sioux Falls Christian 74, Unity Christian, Orange City, Iowa 60
Sioux Falls Roosevelt 64, Sioux Falls Lincoln 62, OT
Wessington Springs 60, Iroquois 47
SV-DEUBROOK GBB…Sioux Valley opened the third quarter with an 18-0 run, and outscored Deubrook 21-4 in the period, to take a 48-30 win over the Dolphins Tuesday night in White.
Anna Keefe led the 11-4 Cossacks with 19 points – 15 of them in the second half. Carley Peterson had 14, including four three-pointers.
Ashton Buller’s nine points led Deubrook, with Rachel Peterson scoring eight off the bench.
TUESDAY GBB SCORES…
Aberdeen Central 65, Huron 49
Aberdeen Roncalli 61, Miller 47
Clark/Willow Lake 52, DeSmet 42
Colman-Egan 60, Flandreau 52
Dell Rapids 35, Canton 28
Dell Rapids St. Mary 46, Bridgewater-Emery 26
Dupree 80, Tiospaye Topa 5
Elkton-Lake Benton 67, Flandreau Indian 21
Estelline 53, Waverly-South Shore 23
Howard 48, Marion 45
Lake Preston 47, Great Plains Lutheran 38
Madison 48, Pipestone, Minn. 43
Mitchell 61, Pierre 32
Newell 55, Bison 15
Parker 51, Chester 46
Parkston 52, McCook Central/Montrose 48
Redfield/Doland 54, Florence/Henry 42
Sioux Falls Washington 68, Sioux City, North, Iowa 32
Unity Christian, Orange City, Iowa 40, Sioux Falls Christian 36
Wessington Springs 55, Iroquois 34
West Central 47, Tri-Valley 32
TUESDAY WR SCORES…
Pipestone 57, Flandreau
Flandreau 60, Sioux Valley 24
Pipestone 84, Sioux Valley 0
Sioux Valley 48, Deuel 36
Pipestone 71, Deuel 6
Flandreau 41, Deuel 16
DAVIES HONORED…South Dakota State’s Ffion Davies was named as The Summit League’s women’s tennis player of the week.
Davies earns her first career award after beginning the season with matching 2-0 records in singles and doubles play. In her collegiate dual debut, Davies notched a straight-set (3 and 4) victory over St. Louis’ Madison Cook at the No. 4 position. The next day, she moved into the No. 3 position and posted a straight-set win over SIUE’s Haley Ilcewicz (4 and 2). In doubles play, Davies teamed with Jenny Blackburne at No. 1 for victories over the tandems from SLU (8-2) and SIUE (8-6).