Fliers, Cardinals, Lady Redmen, Elks post victories

GARRETSON – Flandreau breezed past the Blue Dragons 61-32 in a Big East Conference girls’ basketball matchup Tuesday.

Tishara Hardy scored a game-high 16 points.

Kathy Parsley totaled 14 points, five rebounds and four assists.

Hannah Parsley finished with 13 points, five boards, two assists and six steals.

Garretson got 12 points from Kyley Greenhoff.

On Friday, Flandreau (6-2, 4-0) plays host to Madison and Garretson (2-4, 1-1) is host to Baltic.

 Arlington 39, Deuel 36

CLEAR LAKE – Arlington grabbed a 12-6 lead after a quarter en route to the nonconference defeat of Deuel in the matchup of Cardinals.

Arlington was up 26-19 at halftime and 35-26 through three.

Madysn Gilbertson had 12 points, Kasey Pistulka nine and Jayna Haufschild eight in the win. Each player hit one 3-pointer.

Deuel got 15 points from Britney Lovre and 10 by Saycia Sime.

Arlington (4-4) travles to Deubrook Area on Thursday and Deuel (2-6) hits the road to face Redfield/Doland on Friday.

 Estelline 42, Great Plains Lutheran 41

ESTELLINE – The Lady Redmen built a seven-point lead through three quarters and held on in the fourth for the nonconference win.

Estelline was up 14-12 after a quarter, 28-22 at halftime and 34-27 at the end of three.

Marissa Golas led the way with 14 points. Tasha Vohlken added 10 points and six rebounds. Both players hit a pair of treys.

Kylie Beare and Jordan Saathoff chipped in with six markers apiece.

The Panthers’ Kendra Schlecht finished with 14 points and Erika Gosch 13.

Estelline (2-5) plays host to Colman-Egan on Thursday. GPL (1-5) is host to Castlewood on Friday.

 Waverly-South Shore 65, Elkton-Lake Benton 30

ELKTON – The undefeated Coyotes pulled away in the middle quarters for the nonconference victory.

WSS led 14-10 after 8 minutes, before moving ahead 38-21 at halftime and then extending the advantage to 58-25 through three.

Alli Kranz paced the Coyotes with 19 points, Kylie Carpenter added 14 and Emily Kranz 12.

Carpenter came up with seven of the team’s 20 steals – they forced 22 turnovers – and Sara Thyen grabbed eight rebounds.

The Lady Elks’ Callie Otkin had 13 points. Samantha Schindler totaled nine points, six boards and three steals.

ELB (3-3) plays at De Smet on Thursday. WSS (7-0) heads to Britton-Hecla on Saturday.

 Chester Area 42, Colman-Egan 30

CHESTER – The visiting Hawks led 13-8 after a quarter before the host Flyers took control in the second quarter en route to the 42-30 nonconference girls’ basketball win.

Chester Area doubled up Colman-Egan, 14-7, in the second to take a 22-20 lead at halftime, and then, posted a 20-10 advantage in the second half to improve to 4-5 on the season.

Mackenzie Hemmer scored 17 points and pulled down four rebounds to lead Colman-Egan. Madison Voelker chipped in with seven points and six boards as the Hawks dropped to 2-7.

Dakota Alfson dropped 19 points to go along with eight rebounds and two steals for the Flyers.


 Elkton-Lake Benton 47, Waverly-South Shore 39

ELKTON – The Elks took control in the third quarter en route to the nonconference win.

ELB was up 9-8 after 8 minutes and the score was tied at 15-all at the break. The Elks moved ahead 34-26 heading to the fourth.

Matthew Nibbe posted a double-double of 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Grant DeRuyter scored a game-high 17 points. Marcus Harming added eight points. Devin Sopko came up with three of the team’s 10 steals.

The Coyotes’ Fischer Spilde had nine points, Sam Dalton eight and Vincent Ramos seven.

ELB (2-5) heads to De Smet and WSS (1-6) faces Oldham-Ramona/Rutland in Rutland on Friday.

 Deuel 53, Arlington 42

CLEAR LAKE – Deuel built a four-point lead after a quarter and then used a 14-8 surge in the final frame to down Arlington, 53-42, in nonconference boys’ basketball action on Tuesday.

The hometown Cardinals led 15-11 after one; 28-23 at halftime; and 39-34 through three as they improved to 5-3 on the season.

Kellan Benck led Deuel with 16 points and Preston Homan posted a double-double of 15 points and 12 rebounds.

Will Parry’s double-double of 21 points and 11 rebounds was tops for Arlington, which dropped to 4-3. Devon Heuer added nine points and five boards.

On Friday, Arlington takes on Deubrook Area in White.

 Great Plains Lutheran 54, Estelline 36

ESTELLINE – Tristan Scharlemann scored 20 points to lead the Panthers.

Estelline led 11-10 after a quarter and the score was tied at 25-all at halftime. GPL outscored the hosts 23-6 in the third to move ahead 48-31.

GPL’s Aiden Holien added 14 points and Ryan Remmele 10, while Jordan Kjenstad grabbed 12 rebounds.

The Redmen’s Davon Dahl finished with 12 points. Thomas West had nine points and seven boards. Marcis Hausman contributed seven points and 10 rebounds.

Great Plains Lutheran (3-2) heads to Castlewood on Thursday and Estelline (0-8) is host to Colman-Egan on Friday.

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