FREEMAN —Four Freeman players score in double figures to lead Freeman to a 58-51 victory over Bridgewater-Emery Thrusday evening.
Jaimie Glanzer tallied 15 points and Emily Miller 13 for Freeman (3-3). Kate Miller added 12 points and Rijjy Peterson 10.
Julia Weber tallied a double-double of 16 points and 13 rebounds for Bridgewater-Emery (3-2). Kerrigan Schultz added 12 points and Chloe Schmitt 11.
Bridgewater-Emery’s next game is at home against St. Thomas More on Jan 11. Freeman plays Andes Central-Dakota Christian on Jan 11.
BRIDGEWATER-EMERY (3-2) 16 11 13 11 —51
FREEMAN (3-3) 13 19 17 9 —58
Wynot 71, Bloomfield 18
WYNOT, Neb. —Kaitlyn Heimes led Wynot to a 71-18 victory over Bloomfield in the first round of the Hartington-Newcastle Post Holiday Classic in Wynot.
Heimes tallied 10 points for Wynot (9-2). Katelyn Heine, Emersyn Sudbeck, Amber Lawson and Edyn Sudbeck finished with nine points each.
Madie Ziegler led Bloomfield (3-8) with eight points. Brooklyn Eisenhauer contributed five points.
Bloomfield plays Winside in Hartington at 4 p.m. today (Friday). Wynot plays Hartington-Newcastle in the championship at 7 p.m..
Hanson 49, Viborg-Hurley 47
HURLEY —Morgan Huber eclipsed 20 points to lead Hanson to a 49-47 victory over Viborg-Hurley Thursday night in Viborg.
Huber tallied 21 points to lead Hanson (4-2). Mekiah Campbell added nine points.
Brooklyn Brandriet led Viborg-Hurley (4-3) with 10 points. Sydney Voss contributed nine points and 11 rebounds. Denae Mach also finished with nine points.
Hanson’s next game is against McCook Central-Montrose in Alexandria. Viborg-Hurley’s next game is in Madison against Arlington on Jan 11.
HANSON (4-2) 10 8 12 19 —49
VIBORG-HURLEY (4-3) 8 7 14 18 —47
Menno 55, Mitchell Christian 39
MENNO – The Menno Wolves snapped a three-game losing streak as they defeated the Mitchell Christian Golden Eagles 55-39 in Menno on Thursday night.
Jesse Munkvold led the Wolves with 28 points, five rebounds and six steals, while teammate Morgan Edelman had 13 points, five rebounds, and five assists. Meanwhile, Aubrey Hofer led the Golden Eagles with 16 points, while Jocelyn Baas had nine points and six rebounds.
Menno will travel to Alcester to face Alcester-Hudson on Saturday. The Golden Eagles, meanwhile, will play next Tuesday at home against Corsica-Stickney.
MENNO (2-3) 13 16 14 12 – 55
MITCHELL CHRISTIAN (2-3) 15 6 13 5 – 39
Burke 51, Andes Central-Dakota Christian 44
LAKES ANDES —Three players score in double figures to lead Burke to a 51-44 victory over Andes Central-Dakota Christian.
Sally Hakin led Burke (4-3) with 19 points. Bobbi Jo Wischman and Taylee Indahl added 11 poitns apiece.
Mackenzie Muckey led all scorers with 20 points, and added 14 rebounds for Andes Central Dakota Christian (3-3). Isabel Pheifer added 10 points and 13 rebounds. Lexie VanderPol contributed seven points and 11 rebounds.
Burke’s next game is in Centerville against Centerville today (Friday). Andes Central-Dakota Christian’s next game is against Freeman in Madison on the Dakota State University campus on Jan 11.
ANDES CENTRAL-DAKOTA CHRISTIAN (3-3) 2 19 2 21 —44
BURKE (4-3) 9 3 11 28 —51
Tripp-Delmont-Arm. 54, Bon Homme 31
TRIPP — Kianna Payer and Ashlee Gerber led Tripp-Delmont-Armour to a 54-31 win over Bon Homme on Thursday night.
Payer finished with 17 points for the Nighthawks (2-2). Gerber totaled a double-double of 13 points and 10 rebounds. Bailey Spaans added 11 points.
Jurni Vavruska led Bon Homme (1-5) with 15 points and 10 rebounds. Ciera Himes contributed eight points.
Bon Homme next game is today (Friday) against Wagner in Tyndall. Tripp-Delmont-Armour plays Kimball-White Lake in Armour on Jan 11.
BON HOMME (1-5) 8 14 5 4 —31
TRIPP-DELMONT-ARM.(2-2) 10 9 16 19 —54
Centerville 49, Fr. Academy/Marion 17
CENTERVILLE – The Centerville Tornadoes won their second game of the season on Thursday night, defeating the Freeman Academy/Marion Bearcats 49-17 in Centerville.
Haley Meyer led the Tornadoes with 26 points, 10 steals and eight rebounds. Teammate Ellie Hunter had eight points and six rebounds, while Thea Gust had seven points and five rebounds in the victory for Centerville. For the Bearcats, Jada Koerner finished with a team-high 12 points and five rebounds, while Alivea Weber had five points and seven rebounds.
The Tornadoes have little time to rest, as they host Burke on Friday. The Bearcats will play again on Saturday, as they host Mitchell Christian in Freeman.
FR. ACAD./MARION (0-6) 0 9 4 4 – 17
CENTERVILLE (2-2) 21 11 11 6 – 49
Harrisburg 56, Mitchell 41
HARRISBURG —Carolyn Haar and Emilee Boyer led Harrisburg to a 56-41 victory over Mitchell Thursday night.
Haar led Harrisburg (8-0) with 18 points. Boyer finished with a double-double of 12 points and 11 rebounds.
Adaya Plastow and Camryn Krogman tallied 10 points each for Mitchell (2-4).
Mitchell hosts Huron on Saturday, Jan 11. Harrisburg travels to play Sioux Falls Washington on Jan 14.
O’Gorman 74, S.F Roosevelt 30
SIOUX FALLS – The Lady Knights of O’Gorman continued their undefeated season in dominate fashion on Thursday night, defeating the Sioux Falls Roosevelt Rough Riders 74-30 during the Throwback Classic at the Sanford Pentagon.
USF Commit Isabelle Moore led the way for the Lady Knights with 17 points, while Creighton commit Emma Ronsiek ended the night with 16 points and six rebounds. Carly Kunkel added 13 points for O’Gorman as the Lady Knights moved to 6-0 on the year.
Macey Nielsen and Kaela Martinez finished with seven points each to lead the Rough Riders while Hattie Giblin had six points. The Rough Riders, 2-4, will travel to Brandon on Tuesday. O’Gorman, meanwhile, while try to continue their undefeated season Saturday when they host Watertown.
O’GORMAN (6-0) 15 21 24 14 – 74
S.F. ROOSEVELT (2-4) 10 5 8 7 – 30
Lennox 57, Rock Valley 37
LENNOX – The Lennox Orioles defeated out-of-state foe Rock Valley 57-37 on Thursday night in Lennox.
Madysen Vlastuin led the Orioles with a game-high 25 points while Isabel Ihnen added 11 points, and Rianna Fillipi added 10 points in the victory for Lennox. For Rock Valley, Abby Heemstra finished with 16 points. The Orioles will play Pipestone Area at home on Saturday. Meanwhile, Rock Valley will host George-Little Rock on Friday.
ROCK VALLEY (4-6) 10 5 9 13 – 37
LENNOX (5-1) 8 10 24 15 – 57
Winner 68, Todd County 38
WINNER – The Winner Warriors continued their undefeated season Thursday night in Winner, cruising to a 68-38 victory over the Todd County Lady Falcons.
Bella Swedlund scored 25 points while having seven rebounds in the victory for the Warriors. Morgan Hammerbeck also finished with 11 points and 11 rebounds for Winner, while teammate Maggie LaCompte had 12 points.
For the Lady Falcons, Kelsie Herman and Lainee Four Horns had 10 points each while Bretany White Hat ended the game with a team-high 10 rebounds. The Lady Falcons, 4-5, will play again on Tuesday at home against White River. Meanwhile, Winner, 7-0, will look to continue their undefeated season on Saturday when they travel to Gregory.
TODD COUNTY (4-5) 7 14 6 11 – 38
WINNER (7-0) 15 23 18 12 – 68