Malloy O'Malley Reaches 1,000 Career Points

Irene-Wakonda junior Malloy O'Malley (back, holding ball) reached 1,000 career points in Friday night's road win in Canton. O'Malley reached the milestone on a layup with four seconds remaining, off an assist from sister Nora. Malloy becomes the fifth O'Malley sibling to reach 1,000 career points (Kieran, Seamus, Rory and Shannon).

CANTON — Irene-Wakonda junior Malloy O’Malley eclipsed 1,000 career points on a fastbreak layup with four seconds left as the Eagles rolled past Canton 54-38 in girls’ basketball action Friday night in Canton.

The pass from Malloy came from her sister, Nora. And Malloy becomes the fifth O’Malley sibling to go over 1,000 career points — she joins sisters Kieran and Shannon, and brothers Seamus and Rory.

Shannon Sokolowski led Irene-Wakonda (14-5) with 24 points and 13 rebounds, while Malloy had 17 points, six rebounds, four steals and three assists. Nora chipped in with seven points, three rebounds and four steals.

In the loss for Canton (3-14), Karryn Petersen scored 13 points and Mason Tieszen added 11 points.

Irene-Wakonda visits Bridgewater-Emery on Tuesday in Emery.

IRENE-WAKONDA (14-5) 19 8 12 15 — 54

CANTON (3-14) 10 6 5 17 — 38

Parker 44, Viborg-Hurley 43

PARKER — In a tight matchup, Parker managed to claim victory by a one point deficit over Viborg-Hurley 44-43 in girls’ basketball action Friday night.

Leading the way for Parker was Raelin Jurgens scoring 18 points and 11 rebounds along with Grace Leberman scoring 12 points.

Viborg-Hurley was led by Sydney Voss (16 points and 12 rebounds) and Tori Hansen (13 points and four steals).

Parker will be at home Monday against Chester Area. Viborg-Hurley will be at home Monday to take on Elk Point-Jefferson.

VIBORG-HURLEY (12-5) 12 13 10 8 – 43

PARKER (7-8) 7 13 15 9 – 44

Avon 74, TDA 43

MITCHELL — Lauren Sees scored 34 points and Avon won its eighth straight game by routing Tripp-Delmont-Armour 74-43 at the Dakota Wesleyan Classic on Friday night at the Corn Palace in Mitchell.

Ali Sees chipped in with 17 points, six assists and two steals for Avon (14-5), which shot 57 percent from the floor and held TDA to 22 percent. Madisyn Cameron pulled down seven rebounds for Avon.

In the loss for TDA (12-4), Matti Reiner recorded 20 points, eight rebounds, six assists and one steal, while Ashlee Gerber finished with 15 points and five rebounds.

Avon hosts Gayville-Volin on Monday and TDA plays Corsica-Stickney on Tuesday in Stickney.

AVON (14-5) 21 15 18 20 — 74

TRIPP-DELM.-ARM. (12-4) 9 10 13 11 — 43

Parkston 44, Freeman 43

FREEMAN — In an extremely matchup Parkston edged over Freeman by a one point deficit to put up an end score of 44-43 in girls’ basketball action Friday night.

Leading the way for Parkston was Sydney Wickersham scoring 11 points and Emma Vost scoring 10 points.

Freeman was led by Jaimie Glanzer scoring nine points and three steals.

Parkston will be on the road today (Saturday) against Warner. Freeman will be on the road today (Saturday) to take on Florence/Henry.

FREEMAN (13-3) 13 7 11 12 — 43

PARKSTON (9-6) 11 6 17 10 — 44

Crofton 75, Randolph 37

RANDOLPH, Neb. — Josie Sanger’s 21 points and six rebounds helped Crofton cruise past Randolph 75-37 in girls’ basketball action Friday night in Randolph, Nebraska.

Lacey Sprakel added 15 points and five rebounds for Crofton (18-3), which led 45-14 at halftime.

Also for the Lady Warriors, Elyssa Tramp scored nine points, Aubree Potts had eight points, Alexis Arens had seven points and six rebounds, and Alexis Folkers chipped in with seven points.

For Randolph (12-9), Jaiden Taylor scored nine points. Emma Bermel added eight points.

Crofton opens Sub-District C2-8 action next Tuesday against Creighton.

CROFTON (18-3) 21 24 11 19 — 75

RANDOLPH (12-9) 6 8 16 7 — 37

Wynot 43, Hartington-Newcastle 35

HARTINGTON, Neb. — Katelyn Heine scored 26 points and pulled down seven rebounds as Wynot surged past Hartington-Newcastle 43-35 on Friday night in Hartington, Nebraska.

Shaelee Planer and Michaela Lange both added five points for Wynot, which broke a 28-28 tie after three quarters.  Karley Heimes pulled down eight rebounds.

In the loss for Hartington-Newcastle, Willa Scoville scored 20 points, while Belle Harms had nine points.

WYNOT                9  11  8  15 — 43

HARTINGTON-NEW.       7  8  13  7 — 35

Bon Homme 59, Platte-Geddes 34

TYNDALL — Bon Homme outscored Platte-Geddes 31-21 in the second half to come out on top in girls’ basketball action Friday night.

Leading the way for Bon Homme was Jenae Alberts scoring an impressive 20 points, 16 rebounds, and seven steals alongside Kenzie Carson scoring 12 points.

Platte-Geddes was led by Tori Weins scoring 11 points.

Bon Homme will be on the road Monday to take on Hanson. Platte-Geddes will be on the road Tuesday to play against Winner.

PLATTE-GEDDES (3-13) 9 4 9 12 — 34

BON HOMME (7-10) 11 17 22 9 — 59

Scotland 76, Gregory 62

SCOTLAND — Grace Fryda paved the way for victory for the Highlanders scoring an impressive 36 points to come out on top of Gregory 76-62 in girls’ basketball action Friday night.

Other contributors for Scotland included: Makayla Friederich (11 points) and Bella Uitelk (13 points and nine rebounds).

Leading the way for Gregory was Sydney Savtos scoring 17 points and 11 rebounds along with Brooklynn VanDerwerff (13 points) and Jessy Jo VanDerheff (14 points).

Scotland will be on the road Tuesday to take on Canistota. Gregory will look to bounce back today (Saturday) at home against Jones County.

GREGORY (3-13) 16 13 13 10 – 62

SCOTLAND 16 19 17 25 – 76

AC-DC 44, Kimball-White Lake 38

WHITE LAKE — Tyra Medicine Horn’s big night helped Andes Central-Dakota Christian clip Kimball-White Lake 44-38 on Friday night in White Lake.

Medicine Horn finished with 15 points, 12 rebounds, six steals and four assists. Brie Deurmier chipped in with 11 points for AC-DC (13-4).

For KWL (6-9), Kennedy Leiferman scored 24 points and grabbed 10 rebounds.

AC-DC visits Parkston on Monday.

ANDES CEN.-DAK. CHR. (13-4) 11 9 13 11 — 44

KIMBALL-WHITE LAKE (6-9) 11 4 12 11 — 38

Gayville-Volin 55, Centerville 41

GAYVILLE — Gayville-Volin outscored Centerville 25-20 in the second half to come out on top in girls’ basketball action Friday night.

Gayville-Volin was led by Sam Olson scoring an impressive 19 points and 14 rebounds along with Molly Larson scoring 17 points, seven rebounds, and three steals.

Haley Meyer led the way for Centerville scoring an impressive 22 points, 12 rebounds, four steals, and one block.

Gayville-Volin will look to continue their momentum on the road Monday against Avon. Centerville will look to bounce back today at home (Saturday) against Marty.

CENTERVILLE (4-13) 7 14 10 10 — 41

GAYVILLE-VOLIN (3-13) 18 12 21 4 — 55

Wagner 60, Chamberlain 37

WAGNER — Wagner pulled away with a sweeping victory over Chamberlain to claim their fourth victory of the season 60-37 in girls’ basketball action Friday night.

Wagner was led by Abby Brunsing scoring 21 points and Deisha Medicine Horn scoring 14 points.

Mady Handel led the way for Chamberlain scoring 18 points and eight rebounds.

Wagner will be at home today (Saturday) to take on Hanson. Chamberlain will look to bounce back Tuesday on the road against Sioux Falls Christian.

CHAMBERLAIN (6-9) 8 10 7 12 — 37

WAGNER (4-12) 16 15 18 11 — 60

Creighton 58, Plainview 47

PLAINVIEW, Neb. — Creighton outscored Plainview 28-25 in the second half to come out on top 58-47 in girls’ basketball action Friday night.

Leading the way for Creighton was Ashtyn Fritz scoring 21 points and Maycee Zimmerer scoring 19 points.

No stats were reported for Plainview.

Creighton will play their last regular season game at home Tuesday against Crofton.Plainview will play their last regular season game at home against Clearwater-Orchard on Monday.

PLAINVIEW (4-17) 9 13 8 17 – 47

CREIGHTON (9-12) 17 13 17 11 – 58

West Cent. 52, Lennox 50, OT

LENNOX — In an exciting game West Central edged out over Lennox in overtime 52-50 to maintain their perfect record in girls’ basketball action Friday night.

Leading the way for West Central was Cheyanne Masterson scoring 14 points.

Lennox was led by Madysen Vlastuin (23 points) and Riley Peters (11 points).

West Central will look to stay undefeated today (Saturday) on the road against Hamlin. Lennox will look to bounce back today (Saturday) at home against Tea Area.

Mitchell 63, Harrisburg 51

MITCHELL — Mitchell outscored Harrisburg 30-26 in the second half to come out on top 63-51 in girls’ basketball action Friday night.

Mitchell was led by Tess Limberg scoring 19 points and four steals along with Mackenzie Miller (16 points) and Tayler Factor (12 points and six steals).

Kiki Berndt led the way for Harrisburg scoring 12 points.

Mitchell will be on the road Tuesday to take on Pierre. Harrisburg will look to bounce back Feb. 16 at home against Huron.

HARRISBURG (13-4) 14 11 14 12 — 51

MITCHELL (9-6) 14 19 11 19 — 63

Br. Valley 62, Huron 44

HURON — Brandon Valley extended its win streak to four after defeating Huron 62-44 in girls’ basketball action Friday night.

Leading the way for Brandon Valley were Danica Kocer and Trinity Law both scoring 13 points along with Ashley Wells scoring 10 points.

Havyn Heinz led the way for Huron scoring 14 points.

Brandon Valley will look to continue their win streak today at home (Saturday) against Sioux Falls Roosevelt. Huron will look to bounce back Monday against Aberdeen Central in Aberdeen.

HURON (5-10) 5 8 12 19 — 44

BRANDON VALLEY (13-3) 15 20 23 4 — 62

Washington 62, Stevens 50

SIOUX FALLS — Sioux Falls Washington extends their winning streak to three after defeating Rapid City Stevens 62-50 in girls’ basketball action Friday night.

Sioux Falls Washington was led by Samiya Jami and Peyton Rymerson both scoring 17 points.

Rapid City Stevens was led by Kyah Watson scoring 21 points and Elizabeth Schaefer (11 points and five steals).

Sioux Falls Washington will be at home today (Saturday) to take on Rapid City Central. Rapid City Stevens will be on the road today (Saturday) to play against Sioux Falls Lincoln.

R.C. STEVENS (13-4) 14 9 15 12 — 50

S.F. WASHINGTON (10-5) 18 16 11 17 — 62

Lincoln 45, R.C. Central 28

SIOUX FALLS — Sioux Falls Lincoln outscored Rapid City Central 23-9 in the second half to come out on top 45-28 in girls’ basketball action Friday night.

Sioux Falls Lincoln was led by Morgan Hansen scoring 16 points along with Emma Osmundson scoring 13 points, eight rebounds, and four steals.

Juneau Jones led the way for Rapid City Central scoring nine points.

Sioux Falls Lincoln will be at home today (Saturday) to take on Rapid City Stevens. Rapid City Central will be on the road today (Saturday) to play against Sioux Falls Washington.

R.C. CENTRAL (7-9) 12 7 7 2 — 28

S.F. LINCOLN (11-5) 13 9 9 14 — 45

Thursday

Crofton 63, Norfolk Cath. 49

CROFTON, Neb. — Lacey Sprakel scored a game-high 20 points to lead Crofton past Norfolk Catholic 63-49 in girls’ basketball action on Thursday.

Alexis Arens posted 14 points and six rebounds for Crofton. Kaley Einrem added 13 points and six steals in the victory.

Anna Kassmer led Norfolk Catholic with 17 points. Mary Fennessy finished with 13 points.

NORFOLK CATHOLIC (9-11) 11 14 11 13 — 49

CROFTON (17-3) 12 18 17 16 — 63

Wynot 55, Pender 45

WYNOT, Neb. — Katelyn Heine scored 20 points to lead Wynot past Pender 55-45 in girls’ basketball action on Thursday.

Michaela Lange scored 15 points for Wynot. Shaelee Planer and Karley Heimes each had seven rebounds in the win.

Zoey Lehmkuhl scored a game-high 22 points for Pender. Ashley Ostrand scored nine points for the Pendragons.

Pender, 12-10, will face either Walthill or Osmond in the semifinals of the Sub-District D1-6 Tournament on Tuesday in Stanton.

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