Fliers, Hawks pick up victories at Mustang Seeds Shootout

MADISON – The Flandreau and Colman-Egan girls’ basketball teams picked up victories in the Mustang Seeds Shootout on Saturday at the DSU Fieldhouse.

 Flandreau 56, Hills-Beaver Creek 33

The Fliers trailed 11-9 after a quarter and were up 23-19 at halftime and 34-30 heading to the fourth – where they outscored the Patriots 22-3.

After a slow start, we picked it up defensively and forced Hills-Beaver Creek out of their comfort zone,” said Flandreau coach Megan Severtson. “I am proud of our team’s effort. Our schedule this week puts us against two pretty familiar teams. It will be nice to be on our home court on Friday.”

Tishara Hardy led the way with 16 points.

Bella Pavlis had 10 points, Hannah Parsley nine, Claire Sheppard eight and Maria Parsley seven.

Maria Parsley grabbed 14 rebounds and came up with six steals, while Hannah Parsley also contributed 11 boards, six steals and five assists.

Flandreau (6-1) plays at Garretson on Tuesday.

• Colman-Egan 41, Dell Rapids 32

The Hawks outscored the Quarriers 12-0 in the third quarter to break open a tie game.

They were up 17-13 after a period and it was 24-all at halftime.

Mackenzie Hemmer had nine points and 13 rebounds. Josie Mousel also scored nine points.

Olivia Baumberger contributed eight points and 11 boards. Braiden Westley added seven points and Elizabeth Moore five.

For Dell Rapids (0-6), Aspen Hansen posted a double-double of 12 points and 10 boards.

Colman-Egan (7-1) heads to Chester Area on Tuesday.

• Viborg-Hurley 50, Arlington 37

Sydney Voss tallied a double-double with 17 points and 11 rebounds to lead the Cougars (5-3), who trailed 10-9 after a quarter.

Viborg-Hurley was up 26-16 at halftime and 35-26 at the end of three.

The Cardinals’ Hadley Carlson totaled 11 points, eight boards and four dimes. Harley Johnson also scored 11 points and Makayla Nelson added five to go with five rebounds.

Arlington (4-4) plays at Clear Lake on Tuesday.

• Canistota 59, Oldham-Ramona/Rutland 25

The Hawks (1-5) opened up a 20-5 lead after a quarter.

They were up 30-16 at halftime and extended the advantage to 49-20 through three.

Harley Cormany had 14 points and seven assists. Mykkah Kinke chipped in with 10 markers, Natalie Becker nine, and McKenzy Krinke and Skyla Bultje eight apiece.

The Raiders’ Khloe Tieman scored eight points.

ORR (1-8), which won 46-35 at Freeman Academy/Marion on Jan. 7, plays at Elkton-Lake Benton on Thursday.


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