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Area basketball roundup

February 20, 2013
Marshall Independent

Area boys' basketball

Deuel (S.D.) 91, Canby 81

Deuel (S.D.) senior guard Lincoln Swenson poured in eight 3-pointers and a game-high 34 points as the Cardinals defeated Canby 91-81 Tuesday night in a non-conference border battle in Canby.

Deuel's Curt Boeke and Brent Krause each added 13 points for the Cardinals, who won their seventh straight game and improved to 17-3 overall.

Michael Slaba had a big game of his own for the Lancers, scoring 23 points to go with six rebounds, seven assists and two blocks. Nate Stafki hit three 3-pointers and scored 15 points, while Cole Brusven knocked down four 3s and scored 14 points. Zach Nuy added 16 points and nine rebounds for the Lancers.

Canby drops to 18-5 overall after the loss and will take on Ortonville Thursday in the Lancers' regular season finale in Ortonville.

Deuel (91)

Gage Schake 1 0-0 3, Brent Krause 5 3-4 13, Justin Cassels 4 0-0 9, Zach Togben 4 2-3 10, Lincoln Swenson 12 2-4 34, Trevor Cassels 3 1-2 7, Andrew Puetz 1 0-0 2, Curt Boeke 6 1-3 13. Totals 36 9-16 91. 3-pointers 10 (Swenson 8) Rebounds 34 Total Fouls 16.

Canby (81)

Michael Slaba 7 6-6 23, Nate Stafki 5 2-2 15, Cole Brusven 5 0-0 14, Michael Sisk 4 0-0 8, Zach Nuy 7 2-4 16, Kristian Leppke 2 0-0 4, Kyle Devos 0 1-2 1. Totals 30 11-14 81. 3-pointers 10 (Brusven 4, Slaba 3, Stafki 3) Rebounds 37 (Nuy 9, Brusven 9, Slaba 7, Stafki 5) Assists 21 (Slaba 7, Sisk 5) Steals 6 Blocks 3 (Slaba 2) Turnovers 19 Total Fouls 21.

Halftime Score: Deuel 41, Canby 35.

RRC 62, WWG 53 (OT)

Shane Buchman used three of his team-high 20 points to help his Westbrook-Walnut Grove Chargers force overtime with Red Rock Central in a Red Rock Conference boys' basketball game Tuesday in Lamberton. The 3-pointer with 20 seconds left in regulation knotted the game at 50-50, but unfortunately for Buchman and the Chargers, the Falcons pulled away in the extra session for a 62-53 win.

Alex Knutson joined Buchman in double figures, scoring 18 points for the Chargers. WWG trailed 28-20 at the halftime break.

Jeff DeCock poured in a game-high 24 points, including 10 of 14 free throws, for the Falcons, while Sam Price drained five 3s for 15 points to join DeCock in double-figures. Henry Rogotzke chipped in with six points, 17 rebounds, five assists and four blocks.

The Falcons (13-9 overall, 8-6 Red Rock) host Fulda on Friday in their next contest, while the Chargers (8-14, 4-10) return to Westbrook to host Southwest United the same night.

WWG (53)

Andrew Merrick 0 1-2 1, Taylor Lindaman 2 1-3 6, Reed Bakken 1 4-5 6, Alex Knutson 7 3-4 18, Shane Buchman 8 2-4 20, Walker Christians 1 0-0 2. Totals 29 11-17 53. 3-pointers 4 (Buchman 2) Rebounds 34 Assists 11 Steals 5 Blocks 0 Turnovers 15 Total Fouls 16.

RRC (62)

Henry Rogotzke 1 4-6 6, Jeff DeCock 7 10-14 24, Thomas Blomgren 1 2-6 5, Sam Halter 2 0-4 4, Austin Price 5 0-0 15, Maison Miller 3 2-2 8. Totals 19 18-30 62. 3-pointers 6 (Price 5) Rebounds 41 (Rogotzke 17) Assists 18 (Rogotzke 5, Halter 5) Steals 9 (Halter 4) Blocks 8 (Rogotzke 4) Turnovers 18 Total Fouls 14.

Halftime Score: RRC 28, WWG 20

RTR 70, Pipestone 44

Class A's fifth-ranked squad extended its win streak to 15 games Tuesday as the Russell-Tyler-Ruthton boys' basketball team powered past Pipestone Area 70-44 in a non-conference game played in Tyler.

Dylan Kor racked up 18 points, 11 rebounds and three blocked shots for the Knights, who are now 23-1 overall. Brett Peterson added 19 points and six assists, and Brett Vercruysse chipped in 14 points.

The Knights were 24-for-27 from the foul line, with Peterson making all 12 of his attempts.

Pipestone's Boyer Bouman was the only Arrow who scored more than six points in the game. He finished with 17.

The Knights will try for their 16th straight win Thursday when they host Tracy-Milroy-Balaton in a Camden Conference contest.

Pipestone (44)

Dominic Freeman 3 0-0 6, Boyer Bouman 6 4-4 17, Brayden Baartman 1 0-0 2, Trent VanRoekel 2 0-2 5, Coby Ploeger 1 0-0 2, Donavon Johnson 2 0-0 4, Justin Rops 1 0-2 2, Collin Moeller 1 0-0 2, A.J. Booker 2 0-2 4. Totals 19 4-10 44. 3-pointers 2 Rebounds 18 Assists 12 Steals 6 Blocks 0 Turnovers 10 Total Fouls 20.

RTR (70)

Shane Vogt 0 1-2 1, Brett Peterson 3 12-12- 19, Isaiah DeRuyter 0 2-2 2, Christian Johnson 1 0-0 2, Newt Dunblazier 4 0-1 8, Dylan Kor 6 6-6 18, Nick Moberg 0 1-2 1, Shay Wabeke 2 0-0 5, Brett Vercruysse 6 2-2 14. Totals 22 24-27 70. 3-pointers 2 Rebounds 30 (Kor 11) Assists 17 (Wabeke 6, Peterson 6) Steals 6 (Dunblazier 3) Blocks 4 (Kor 3) Turnovers 8 Total Fouls 12.

Halftime Score: RTR 35, Pipestone 17.

Edgerton 82, MCC 67

Isaac Heard scored 24 points and teammate Brett Ford added 12 as the Edgerton boys' basketball team took down Murray County Central 82-67 in a Red Rock Conference game Tuesday night in Slayton.

Heard also had 11 rebounds in the game, and he and Ford combined to go 18-for-24 from the foul line.

MCC got a solid game from Logan Kluis in the losing effort. He scored a team-high 22 points and also had 11 rebounds. Sam Erickson hit three 3-pointers and finished with 14 points and six rebounds, while Cole Bly added 10 points.

The Rebels (3-18 overall, 3-12 Red Rock) wrap up their regular season Monday with a home game against Red Rock Central.

Edgerton (82)

Brett Ford 5 11-12 22, Austin La Follette 0 1-2 1, Jake Post 2 1-2 5, Jesse Berning 3 2-2 11, Jorge Lopez 5 0-0 10, Isaac Heard 8 7-12 24, Austin Martins 4 1-1 9. Totals 27 23-31 82. 3-pointers 5 (Berning 3) Rebounds 34 Assists 5 Steals 10 Blocks 0 Turnovers 20 Total Fouls 18.

MCC (67)

Jack Thony 3 3-4 9, Logan Kluis 9 4-7 22, Seth Bass 1 0-0 2, Cole Bly 5 0-2 10, Sam Erickson 4 3-4 14, Grant Everson 3 0-2 8, Mitch Reinsma 1 0-0 2. Totals 26 10-19 67. 3-pointers 5 (Erickson 3) Rebounds 28 (Kluis 11, Erickson 6) Assists 13 (Everson 4) Steals 10 (Thony 4) Blocks 5 (Thony 2) Turnovers 16 Total Fouls 21.

Halftime Score: Edgerton 39, MCC 32.

Area girls' basketball

Lincoln HI 60, Edgerton 55 (2OT)

The Lincoln HI girls' basketball team capped off its regular season in thrilling fashion Tuesday, coming back from a five-point halftime deficit and earning a 60-55 double-overtime victory over Edgerton in a non-conference game in Edgerton.

The Rebels, who got their second straight win and third of the season, were led by Morgan Citterman, who posted a double-double with 14 points and 13 rebounds. Jordan Bucholz added 13 points.

Lincoln HI hit a season-high nine 3-pointers in the game. Alex DeSmet had a big hand in that, connecting on four of them for 12 points.

Edgerton (4-19 overall) was led by Sarah Post, who hit three shots from beyond the arc and finished with 13 points. Tanner Gunnink added 10.

The Rebels will try to build off their momentum in the playoffs, which they begin Thursday. Lincoln HI is the No. 10 seed in the Section 3A-North tournament and will play No. 7 seed Lakeview at 7 p.m. Thursday in Cottonwood.

Lincoln HI (60)

Heidi Pavek 2 1-4 7, KaLea DeSmet 2 0-1 5, Alex DeSmet 4 0-2 12, Brandi Barke 0 2-2 2, Jordan Bucholz 4 3-4 13, Morgan Citterman 5 4-10 14, Maranda Jerzak 3 1-2 7. Totals 20 11-25 60. 3-pointers 9 (A. DeSmet 4) Rebounds 44 (Citterman 13, Jerzak 9) Assists 12 (K. DeSmet 4) Steals 10 Blocks 0 Turnovers 16 Total Fouls 14.

Edgerton (55)

Jessica Menning 1 2-4 4, Sarah Post 4 2-4 13, Tara Dekam 3 3-4 9, Breanna Nelson 1 0-0 3, Ciara Everett 2 1-3 6, Kameron Kroh 2 0-0 4, Tanner Gunnink 5 0-0 10, Jessica Jasper 1 0-0 2, Alexis Mertens 2 0-0 4. Totals 21 8-19 55. 3-pointers 5 (Post 3) Total Fouls 20.

Halftime Score: Edgerton 23, Lincoln HI 18.

Springfield 52, TMB 50

A second-half comeback attempt by the Tracy-Milroy-Balaton girls' basketball team fell just two points short in Tracy on Tuesday night as the Panthers fell to the Springfield Tigers 52-50 in non-conference action.

Cassie Hook scored 14 points to lead the Panthers, who trailed 29-23 at halftime. Jenna Stoneberg chipped in with a 12-point, 11-rebound double-double. Sammie Gervais scored 10 points as the final Panther to reach double figures in scoring.

Jordan Salonek was the only Tiger to reach double digits in scoring with 10 points. She also added six rebounds, three assists and seven steals. The Tigers (14-10 overall) had five players score at least eight points in the win.

TMB (12-12) travels to Madison on Saturday for its next game as the Panthers, seeded fifth in Section 3AA-North, tip off the postseason against the Lac qui Parle Valley Eagles.

Springfield (52)

Joeli Arnoldi 4 0-0 9, Amy Davis 1 0-0 3, Kasey Kretsch 2 0-0 4, Jordan Salonek 3 3-6 10, Megan Pierson 3 2-2 9, Therese Roiger 0 2-4 2, Taylor Milbrath 3 2-4 8, Samantha Groebner 4 0-0 8. Totals 20 9-16 52. 3-pointers 3 Rebounds 30 (Groebner 9, Milbrath 6, Salonek 6) Assists 11 (Arnoldi 3, Kretsch 3, Salonek 3) Steals 14 (Salonek 7, Kretsch 4) Blocks 2 (Arnoldi 2) Turnovers 17 Total Fouls 12.

TMB (50)

Cassie Hook 6 1-2 14, Kelli Soupir 3 0-0 7, Nichy Iverson 1 0-0 6, Sammie Gervais 4 2-5 10, Anna Peterson 1 0-0 2, Jenna Stoneberg 6 0-0 12, Sara Stoneberg 1 0-0 3. Totals 22 3-7 50. 3-pointers 3 Rebounds 38 (J. Stoneberg 11, S. Stoneberg 7, Soupir 5) Assists 8 (Hook 3) Steals 5 (Hook 3) Blocks 4 Turnovers 24 Total Fouls 13.

Halftime Score: Springfield 29, TMB 23

Flandreau 44, Elkton-Lake Benton 33

Up two on Flandreau at halftime, the Elkton-Lake Benton offense stalled in the third quarter and was held to just two points as Flandreau earned a 44-33 win in a first-round game of the District 5A tournament Tuesday in Elkton, S.D.

Makayla Dietrich scored 20 points to lead Flandreau (7-14 overall) to the victory. Her squad moves on to face top seed Madison in the district title game Thursday in Tea, S.D.

The Lady Elks got 11 points from Brooke Jaacks and nine from Mindee VanDyke in the losing effort.

Elkton-Lake Benton ends the season with a 6-15 overall record.

Flandreau10 22 35 44

E-LB10 25 27 33

Flandreau (44)

Brice Rose 1 0-0 2, Taylor Peters 1 1-1 3, Kendra Duncan 2 0-0 5, Kelly Johanson 3 4-6 10, Makayla Dietrich 8 4-4 20, Ashley Stenger 0 1-2 1, Shanaya Lunday 1 1-2 3. Totals 16 11-15 44. 3-pointers 1 Rebounds 26 Assists 4 Steals 10 Blocks 1.

Elkton-Lake Benton (33)

Gabby Kampmann 1 2-4 4, Elizabeth Hegerfeld 1 0-0 2, Kelsey Kinner 2 2-2 6, Mindee VanDyke 3 1-2 9, Taylor Harming 0 1-2 1, Brooke Jaacks 4 2-2 11. Totals 11 8-12 33. 3-pointers 1 Rebounds 17 (Kinner 4) Assists 11 (Kampmann 6) Steals 16 (Harming 6) Blocks 5 (Kinner 2, Kampmann 2)

 
 

 

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