MADISON —Madysen Vlastuin posted 23 points to lead Lennox past Crofton 55-45 in the Mustang Seeds-Dakota State Classic girls’ basketball event on Saturday in Madison.

Rianna Fillipi posted 18 points, six steals and four assists for Lennox (8-0), which outscored the Warriors 17-7 in the fourth quarter. Isabel Ihnen went 3-for-5 from three-point range, finishing with 11 points and seven rebounds in the victory.

For Crofton (11-3), Lacey Sprakel posted 13 points and nine rebounds. Alexis Arens and Ella Wragge each had nine points.

Lennox travels to Dell Rapids today (Monday). Crofton, 11-3, returns to South Dakota to face West Central on Thursday.

CROFTON 17 9 12 7 — 45

LENNOX 8 11 19 17 — 55

Viborg-Hurley 50, Arlington 37

MADISON — Viborg-Hurley took control with a 17-6 edge in the second quarter on the way to a 50-37 victory over Arlington in the Mustang Seeds-Dakota State Classic girls’ basketball event on Saturday in Madison.

Sydney Voss posted 17 points and 11 rebounds to lead Viborg-Hurley. Katie Johansen went 3-of-5 from three-point range to post nine points. Coral Mason added five assists in the victory.

Hadley Carlson and Harley Johnson each had 11 points for Arlington. Carlson also had eight rebounds, four assists and four steals.

Viborg-Hurley, 5-3, hosts Alcester-Hudson today (Monday). Arlington, 4-4, travels to Deuel on Tuesday.

ARLINGTON (4-4) 10 6 10 11 — 37

VIBORG-HURLEY (5-3) 9 17 9 15 — 50

AC-DC 31, Freeman 25, OT

MADISON — Andes Central-Dakota Christian held Freeman scoreless in the overtime period to claim a 31-25 victory over the Flyers in the Mustang Seeds-Dakota State Classic girls’ basketball event on Saturday in Madison.

Lexie VanderPol had 13 points and seven rebounds for AC-DC, which led 19-18 at the half. Mackenzie Muckey posted nine points and eight rebounds. Isabel Pheifer added 11 rebounds in the victory.

For Freeman, Emily Miller scored 11 points and grabbed 12 rebounds.

AC-DC, 4-3, travels to Tripp to face Tripp-Delmont-Armour on Tuesday. Freeman, 3-4, hosts Parker on Tuesday.

ANDES CENT.-DAK. CHR. (4-3) 9 10 4 2 6 — 31

FREEMAN (3-4) 6 12 2 5 0 — 25

Wausa Tourn.

Osmond 37, Wausa 33

WAUSA, Neb. — Osmond outscored Wausa 8-4 in overtime to claim a 37-33 victory over the Vikings in the consolation game of the Wausa Post-Holiday Tournament on Saturday.

Clara Schindler scored 11 points for Wausa. Morgan Kleinschmidt had 10 points and eight rebounds. Esther Nelson added six rebounds.

Osmond, 5-5, travels to Neligh-Oakdale on Tuesday. Wausa, 4-7, hosts Santee today (Monday).

WAUSA (4-7) 5 11 3 10 4 — 33

OSMOND (5-5) 10 8 4 7 8 — 37

LHNE 54, Wausa 33

WAUSA, Neb. — Lutheran High Northeast built a 27-11 halftime lead on the way to a 54-33 victory over host Wausa in the first round of the Wausa Post-Holiday Tournament on Friday.

Lauren Buhrman led LHNE with 16 points. Mia Wiederin had nine points, six rebounds, six assists and five steals. Becca Gebhardt and Kendra Rosberg each had six rebounds in the win.

Morgan Kleinschmit and Esther Nelson each had 10 points for Wausa, with Nelson pulling down nine rebounds and Kleinschmit recording six boards.

WAUSA 5 6 9 13 — 33

LUTHERAN HIGH NE 15 12 21 6 — 54

Pheasant Classic

Platte-Geddes 49, Stanley County 37

REDFIELD — Platte-Geddes built a 24-14 halftime lead and held on for a 49-37 victory over Stanley County in the Redfield Pheasant Holiday Classic on Saturday.

Cadence Van Zee posted 16 points and 11 rebounds for Platte-Geddes. Haley Hoffman scored 11 points and Regan Hoffman added nine points in the victory.

Karley Leafgreen led Stanley County with 14 points and 10 rebounds. Mattie Duffy added 12 points.

Platte-Geddes travels to Corsica-Stickney today (Monday). Stanley County hosts Potter County on Tuesday.

PLATTE-GEDDES (1-5) 10 14 13 12 — 49

STANLEY COUNTY (0-9) 4 10 13 10 — 37

Other Games

TDA 45, KWL 41

ARMOUR — Tripp-Delmont-Armour handed Kimball-White Lake its first setback of the season, scoring a 45-41 victory over the WiLdKats in girls’ basketball action on Saturday.

Kianna Payer posted 17 points to lead TDA. Megan Reiner had 11 points. Ashlee Gerber grabbed nine rebounds and Ally Bertram added seven rebounds in the victory.

For KWL, Kennedy Leiferman led the way with 23 points, seven rebounds, four assists and five steals. Grace Konechne had nine rebounds and four assists in the effort.

TDA, 3-2, hosts Andes Central-Dakota Christian on Tuesday in Tripp. KWL, 6-1, hosts Sanborn Central-Woonsocket on Tuesday in Kimball.

KWL won the JV game 22-12.

KIMBALL-WL (6-1) 7 7 13 14 — 41

TRI.-DEL.-ARM. (3-2) 8 9 17 11 — 45

Alcester-Hudson 37, Elkton-Lake Benton 19

ALCESTER — Alcester-Hudson held Elkton-Lake Benton scoreless in the opening quarter and continued to pull away to a 37-19 victory over the Elks in girls’ basketball action on Saturday.

Bayleigh Peterson scored 14 points to lead Alcester-Hudson. Elizabeth Hallaway finished with 10 points and six steals. Roni Rhead added eight rebounds in the victory.

Kailyn Drietz led Elkton-Lake Benton with five points.

Alcester-Hudson heads to Hurley today (Monday) to face Viborg-Hurley. Elkton-Lake Benton travels to Howard today.

ELKTON-LAKE BENTON (1-5) 0 7 9 3 — 19

ALCESTER-HUDSON (3-4) 5 10 11 11 — 37

Mitchell Christian 40, Fr. Academy-Marion 10

FREEMAN — Audrey Hofer scored 17 points to lead Mitchell Christian past Freeman Academy-Marion 40-10 in girls’ basketball action on Saturday.

Jada Koerner led FA-M with four points and seven rebounds.

Mitchell Christian, 3-3, hosts Corsica-Stickney on Tuesday. FA-M, 0-7, hosts Avon on Tuesday in Marion.

R.C. Central 50, Pierre 47, OT

RAPID CITY — Rapid City Central outscored Pierre 9-6 in overtime to claim a 50-47 victory over the Governors in girls’ basketball action on Saturday.

Adi Young and Jordan Heckert each had 13 points for R.C. Central. Heckert also had eight rebounds and six assists. Emma Avery added four steals in the victory.

For Pierre, Remington Price scored 13 points off the bench.

Both teams are now 4-5. R.C. Central hosts Sturgis on Thursday. Pierre hosts Mitchell on Thursday.

PIERRE (4-5) 7 15 8 11 6 — 47

R.C. CENTRAL (4-5) 6 12 12 11 9 — 50

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