Prep Basketball: Clark-Willow Lake girls notch win over Great Plains Lutheran

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Clark-Willow Lake's Alicia Vig (right) advances the ball against Great Plains Lutheran's Bryn Holmen during their high school girls basketball game Monday night in Watertown. Clark-Willow Lake won 45-36.
Clark-Willow Lake's Alicia Vig (right) advances the ball against Great Plains Lutheran's Bryn Holmen during their high school girls basketball game Monday night in Watertown. Clark-Willow Lake won 45-36.

Three players scored in double figures to carry Clark-Willow Lake to a 45-36 non-conference girls basketball win over Great Plains Lutheran on Monday night.

Alicia Vig led the trio with 18 points. Maggie Hovde added 11, Kayla Jordan and Musonda Kabwe six for the Cyclones (2-6).

Halle Bauer had eight points, Kim Goens and Bryn Holmen each seven and Mali York six for the Panthers, who fell to 7-3. Olivia Holmen pulled down nine rebounds and Bryn Holmen seven. Goens made three steals.

Leola-Frederick Area 43, Wilmot 40 (OT) — Sofi Losure poured in 23 points to help Leola-Frederick Area (5-4) outlast Wilmot (0-9) in the non-conference game.

Chloe Arneson contributed 12 points and Laura Sumption 10 for the Titans.

Madeline Redmund paced the Wolves with 24 point,s five rebounds, three steals and three assists. Addison Heinje added 10 points and Ashley Ebben six. Paris Red Thunder grabbed six rebounds and Kayla Hamman four.

Canby 52, BOLD 48 — Aidyn Bruns tallied 19 points and 12 rebounds to spark Canby to the Minnesota high school victory.

Great Plains Lutheran's Kim Goens (left) drives to the basket against Clark-Willow Lake's Musonda Kabwe during their high school girls basketball game Monday night in Watertown. Clark-Willow Lake won 45-36.
Great Plains Lutheran's Kim Goens (left) drives to the basket against Clark-Willow Lake's Musonda Kabwe during their high school girls basketball game Monday night in Watertown. Clark-Willow Lake won 45-36.

Maya Wente added 12 points and 11 rebounds, Ryann Hansen 10 points and seven assists and Kortney Leppke eight points for the Lancers (8-6).

Anna Gardeen and Maddy Brummer each scored nine points and Peyton Sander eight for BOLD (9-6).

Estelline-Hendricks 56, Oldham-Ramona-Rutland 38 — The Redhawks improved to 6-7 overall and 2-5 in the Dakota Valley Conference win the win. ORR slipped to 4-8 and 1-5.

No other details were reported.

Clinton-Graceville-Beardsley, Minn. 50, Tri-State 49 — Tri-State (5-7) had its four-game winning streak snapped by CGB (5-7). No other details were reported.

Boys Basketball

Florence-Henry 56, Webster Area 53 — Mehki Keller drained 10 of 11 free throws and finished with 27 points and six rebounds to lead the Falcons (5-5) to the non-conference win.

James Schroeder contributed 10 points and Ethan Paulson six rebounds.

Jaydon Keller’s 25 points and 14 rebounds sparked Webster Area (1-7). Jacob Pereboom added 12 points and seven rebounds and Tayne Dunse cpollected eight rebounds.

Leola-Frederick Area 63, Wilmot 55 — The Titans (3-5) used 18 points from Ethan Morlock and 12 from Noah Kippley to win the non-conference game. Mason Heinz added nine and Colton Spitzer eight.

Trey Jurgens led all scorers with 33 points for Wilmot (0-6). Ben Kasuske had six and Dennis Creadon, Brayden Ebben and Albert Heminger five apiece.

Clark-Willow Lake's Kayla Jordan (4) controls the ball against Great Plains Lutheran's Madeline Prahl and Kim Goens (5) during their high school girls basketball game Monday night in Watertown. Clark-Willow Lake won 45-36.
Clark-Willow Lake's Kayla Jordan (4) controls the ball against Great Plains Lutheran's Madeline Prahl and Kim Goens (5) during their high school girls basketball game Monday night in Watertown. Clark-Willow Lake won 45-36.

Monday’s Other South Dakota Scores

Girls Basketball

Beresford 43, Madison 29

Bridgewater-Emery 61, Bon Homme 48

Canistota 55, Freeman Academy-Marion 35

Colome 48, Tripp-Delmont-Armour 17

Garretson 47, Colman-Egan 42

Groton Area 41, Langford Area 15

Herreid-Selby Area 42, South Border, N.D. 31

Jones County 47, Mitchell Christian 25

Lakota Tech 77, Pine Ridge 32

Potter County 64, Northwestern 39

Red Cloud 68, Little Wound 29

Stanley County 60, McLaughlin 17

281 Conference Tournament

First Round

James Valley Christian 55, Hitchcock-Tulare 33

Sanborn Central-Woonsocket 61, Iroquois-Doland 15

Wessington Springs 45, Highmore-Harrold 43

Wolsey-Wessington 49, Sunshine Bible Academy 3

Boys Basketball

Dell Rapids 77, Parker 58

Garretson 60, Colman-Egan 23

Dakota Valley 72, West Sioux, Iowa 48

Hot Springs 53, Alliance, Neb. 50

Lakota Tech 68, Pine Ridge 29

Oelrichs 39, Crazy Horse 34

Platte-Geddes 56 Gregory 53

Red Cloud 72, Little Wound 42

Standing Rock, N.D. 75, Mobridge-Pollock 70

Stanley County 56, McLaughlin 43

Tea Area 62, Tri-Valley 29

Timber Lake 70, Bison 30West Central 67, Baltic 13

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