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Herreid-Selby Area climbed back over .500 with a 74-51 win over Summit in Aberdeen on Tuesday.

The Wolverines improved to 7-6 by taking charge in the second quarter and dominating the second half. After taking a 38-33 lead at the intermission, the Wolverines outscored the Eagles 36-18 in the second half.

Nick Larson led the Wolverines and all scorers with 25 points. Dakota Thorstenson dominated inside with a 19-point, 15-rebound double double. Cooper Schaefbauer added 12 points.

Jake Steinocker led Summit with 18 points and eight rebounds. Trecy Zirbel scored 15 and Jacob Gapp scored 12.

Summit (7-7) 16 33 44 51

Herreid-Selby Area (7-6) 15 38 56 74

Summit: Jake Steinocker 8 1-3 18, Tanner Bartunek 1 0-0 2, Jacob Gapp 4 0-0 12, Trecy Zirbel 5 2-2 15, Montel Campbell 1 0-1 2, James Rudebusch 1 0-0 2, Totals 20 3-6 51.

Herreid-Selby Area: Brady Vander Vorst 2 0-0 6, Dakota Thorstenson 7 5-8 19, Nick Larson 9 4-6 25, Kennedy Kosters 1 0-0 2, Cooper Schaefbauer 5 0-0 12, Lane Rossow 2 0-0 5, Zach Geller 2 0-0 4, Zach Pudwill 0 1-2 1, Totals 28 10-15 74.

3-point field goals: Summit 8 (Gapp 4, Zirbel 3, Steinocker); Herreid-Selby Area 8 (Larson 3, Vander Vorst 2, Schaefbauer 2, Rossow). Rebounds: Summit 22 (Steinocker 8); Herreid-Selby Area 35 (Thorstenson 15). Turnovers: Summit 15; Herreid-Selby Area 16.

 

Yellowstone Trail Conference Tournament

Championship Game

Potter County 68 • Herreid-Selby Area 60

Potter County won the title with a 68-60 win over Herreid-Selby Area in the Yellowstone Trail Conference Tournament in Gettysburg on Saturday.

Herreid-Selby Area jumped out to a 15-10 lead after one quarter, but Potter County answered with a 24-15 run in the second quarter. The Battlers held the Wolverines off in the fourth quarter by making 12 free throws down the stretch.

Tanner Heuer and Chayce Hall combined to hit 16 free throws and scored 12 points each to lead Potter County. Dave Vander Vorst scored 11 and Tate Nafziger added nine.

Nick Larson led Herreid-Selby Area with a game-high 16 points. Cooper Schaefbauer finished one point back with a 15-point game. Dakota Thorstenson led all rebounders with 11 caroms.

 Herreid-Selby Area (6-6) 15 30 37 60

Potter County (12-0) 10 34 44 68

Herreid-Selby Area: Brady Vander Vorst 1 4-4 7, Dakota Thorstenson 1 4-5 6, Nick Larson 6 3-4 16, Kennedy Kosters 1 0-0 2, Cooper Schaefbauer 6 2-2 15, Lane Rossow 1 0-0 2, Zach Geller 3 4-5 10, Cade Opheim 0 2-4 2, Totals 19 19-24 60.

Potter County: Tanner Heuer 1 10-14 12, Tate Nafziger 4 1-2 9, Eric Worth 3 0-0 6, Mitch Hinckley 2 0-0 4, Chayce Hall 2 6-10 12, Chase Sievers 3 1-4 8, Ashur Fleming 0 3-4 3, Kole Hawkinson 2 0-0 5, Dave Vander Vorst 5 1-5 11, Totals 22 22-39 68.

3-point field goals: Herreid-Selby Area 3 (Vander Vorst, Larson, Schaefbauer); Potter County 2 (Sievers, Hawkinson). Rebounds: Herreid-Selby Area 36 (Thorstenson 11); Potter County 29 (Hall 9). Assists: Herreid-Selby Area 11 (Vander Vorst 3); Potter County 14 (Hall 6). Steals: Herreid-Selby Area 7 (Larson 4); Potter County 12 (Heuer 5). Blocked shots: Herreid-Selby Area 1; Potter County 2. Total fouls: Herreid-Selby Area 29 (Vander Vorst, Thorstenson, Schaefbauer out); Potter County 22. Turnovers: Herreid-Selby Area 23; Potter County 16.

Third Place Game

Eureka-Bowdle 63 • Edmunds Central 26

Eureka-Bowdle beat Edmunds Central 63-26 to take third place at the Yellowstone Trail Conference Tournament in Gettysburg on Saturday.

The Patriots tripled the Raiders 33-11 in the first half and widened the margin with a 14-4 run in the third quarters.

Josh Raile led Eureka-Bowdle with nine points, nine rebounds, five steals and five assists. Jesse Weber scored a game-high 16 points. Tyler Wipf added 12 points.

Chris Grismer led Edmunds Central with eight points. Ethan Aman added four points and grabbed a game-high 11 rebounds.

Edmunds Central (1-10) 6 11 15 26

Eureka-Bowdle (5-6) 13 33 47 63

Edmunds Central: Jose Ramirez 1 0-0 2, Ethan Aman 0 4-6 4, Chris Grismer 4 0-0 8, Brady Aman 0 2-4 2, Ulises Duran 2 1-2 5, Zack Sahli 1 0-1 2, Cole Holtz 0 0-2 0, Byce Malsam 1 1-3 3, Totals 9 8-18 26.

Eureka-Bowdle: Landon Morlock 1 0-0 3, Austin Weiszhaar 1 5-6 7, Jordan Maier 1 2-4 4, Josh Raile 4 0-0 9, Jesse Weber 8 0-1 16, Tyler Wipf 4 4-4 12, Adam Kappes 1 4-6 6, Cody Hoff 1 1-4 3, Andrew Bentz 1 0-2 3, Brady Brockel 0 0-2 0, Totals 22 16-29 63.

3-point field goals: Edmunds Central 0; Eureka-Bowdle 3 (Morlock, Raile, Bentz). Rebounds: Edmunds Central 31 (E. Aman 13; Eureka-Bowdle 29 (Raile 9). Assists: Edmunds Central 11; Eureka-Bowdle 15 (Raile 5). Steals: Edmunds Central 3; Eureka-Bowdle 13 (Raile 5). Total fouls: Edmunds Central 21 (Duran out); Eureka-Bowdle 18. Turnovers: Edmunds Central 24; Eureka-Bowdle 13.

 Semifinals

Herreid-Selby Are 70 • Eureka-Bowdle 58

Potter County 85 • Edmunds Central 22

Herreid-Selby Area used a big second half to rally past Eureka-Bowdle 70-58 in the Yellowstone Trail Conference Tournament semifinals in Gettysburg on Friday.

The Wolverines trailed the Patriots 33-24 at the intermission before ripping off 48 points in the second half.

Nick Larson exploded for a game-high 31 points to lead the Wolverines. Dakota Thorstenson scored 18 points and grabbed nine rebounds.

Josh Raile led Eureka-Bowdle with 21 points. Tyler Wipf scored 13 points, while Austin Weiszhaar added nine points and nine boards.

Potter County won a cakewalk over Edmunds Central in the other semifinal game, winning 85-22. Kole Hawkinson led the undefeated Battlers with 16 points.

Eureka-Bowdle (4-6) 20 33 46 58

Herreid-Selby Area (6-5) 7 24 53 70

Eureka-Bowdle: Austin Weiszhaar 3 2-2 9, Josh Raile 7 4-7 21, Tyler Wipf 5 3-4 13, Brandon Beutler 3 1-2 7, Adam Kappes 4 0-0 8, Totals 22 10-15 58.

Herreid-Selby Area: Dakota Thorstenson 9 0-2 18, Nick Larson 11 6-9 31, Lane Rossow 2 1-2 5, Cooper Schaefbauer 3 0-0 6, Kennedy Kosters 2 1-2 5, Logan Schaefbauer 1 0-0 3, Cade Opheim 1 0-0 2, Totals 29 8-15 70.

3-point field goals: Eureka-Bowdle 4 (Raile 3, Weiszhaar); Herreid-Selby Area 4 (Larson 3, L. Schaefbauer). Rebounds: Eureka-Bowdle 30 (Weiszhaar 9); Herreid-Selby Area 31 (Thorstenson 9). Assists: Eureka-Bowdle 16 (Raile 6); Herreid-Selby Area 12 (C. Schaefbauer 3). Steals: Eureka-Bowdle 6 (Wipf 4); Herreid-Selby Area 7 (Rossow 2, Opheim 2). Blocked shots: Eureka-Bowdle 1; Herreid-Selby Area 1. Total fouls: Eureka-Bowdle 13; Herreid-Selby Area 18. Total fouls: Eureka-Bowdle 13; Herreid-Selby Area 13.

 

Saturday Games

Dupree 82 • Jones County 73

Dupree will head to the LMC tournament on and eight-game winning streak after beating Jones County 82-73 in Dupree on Saturday.

Dupree jumped out early with a 26-13 in the first quarter. The Tigers led 60-45 after three quarters before Jones County cut the lead to single digits late.

Nate Widow and Kash Deal combined for 63 points to lead Dupree. Widow led all players with 37 points and six rebounds. Deal followed with 26. The pair combined to knock down 26 field goals. Creighton LeBeau and Trenton Pretty Weasel combined to add 13 points.

Connor Venard led Jones County with 30 points. Gus Volmer scored 14 and Jackson Volmer scored 11.

Jones County (10-5) 13 31 45 73

Dupree (11-1) 26 42 60 82

Jones County: Phillip Mathews 3 0-0 6, Wyatt Hespe 3 0-0 8, Jackson Volmer 4 3-4 11, Connor Venard 13 4-4 30, Wyatt Weber 0 2-2 2, Skyler Miller 1 0-0 2, Totals 30 11-13 73.

Dupree: Kash Deal 12 2-3 26, Tate Widow 2 0-1 4, Trenton Pretty Weasel 1 4-6 6, Nate Widow 15 6-8 37, Hoss Rave 1 0-0 2, Creighton LeBeau 2 3-3 7, Totals 33 15-21 82.

3-point field goals: Jones County 2 (Hespe 2); Dupree 1 (N. Widow). Rebounds: Dupree 16 (N. Widow 6). Assists: Dupree 7. Total fouls: Jones County 21; Dupree 16. Turnovers: Jones County 29; Dupree 15. JV Game: Jones County 33-30.

 

Thursday Games

Timber Lake 51 • McLaughlin 35

Timber Lake won its third straight game, beating McLaughlin 51-35 in Timber Lake on Thursday.

The Panthers outscored the Midgets 29-14 in the middle quarters.

Kyle Schumacher and Kellon Lawrence combined to score 29 points to lead Timber Lake. Schumacher scored 15 and Lawrence scored 14. Bruce Biegler added six points,

Dennis Walking Elk led McLaughlin with eight points. Jayson Running Hawk and Clifford One Feather added six points each.

McLaughlin (2-10) 8 18 26 35

Timber Lake (6-7) 10 29 39 51

McLaughlin: Payton Tiokasin 1 2-2 5, Jayson Running Hawk 2 0-0 6, Thomas Little Bear 0 0-2 0, Amos Talks 2 0-0 5, Dennis Walking Elk 3 2-2 8, Austin Sitting Dog 2 1-5 5, Clifford One Feather 2 0-0 6, Totals 12 5-11 35.

Timber Lake: Kyle Schumacher 6 3-6 15, Kaden Tiger 1 2-2 5, Kellon Lawrence 5 4-4 14, Bruce Biegler 3 0-0 6, Clay Lindskov 2 0-0 4, Tanner Kraft 1 0-0 2, Dayton Wiedmer 2 1-2 5, Totals 20 10-13 51.

3-point field goals: McLaughlin 6 (Running Hawk 2, One Feather 2, Tiokasin, Talks); Timber Lake 1 (Tiger). Total fouls: McLaughlin 17; Timber Lake 9. JV Game: Timber Lake 42-29.

 Solen-Cannonball 75 • Wakpala 63

Solen-Cannonball beat Wakpala for the second time this season, winning a 75-63 game in Solen, N.D., on Thursday.

A black cloud hung over the Sioux in the name of Solen-Cannonball?s Justin Black Cloud who scored a game-high 35 points, including four three-pointers. Kenneth Thunder Hawk scored 17 and Chekotah American Horse scored 12.

Teddy Iron Cloud led the Sioux with 22 points. Carlin Mellette registered a double doubled with 19 points and 12 rebounds. Tyrone Cadotte added 18 points and eight boards.

Wakpala (8-4) 13 26 45 63

Solen-Cannonball 22 45 59 75

Wakpala: Patryc Jordan 1 2-2 4, Tyrone Cadotte 8 2-3 18, Carlin Mellette 8 0-0 19, Teddy Iron Cloud 9 2-3 22, Totals 26 5-7 63.

Solen-Cannonball: Kenneth Thunder Hawk 7 0-1 17, Mark Grey Cloud 2 0-0 4, Justin Black Cloud 15 1-2 35, Chekotah American Horse 6 0-0 12, Kolt Grey Cloud 1 0-0 2, Sam Stretches 2 0-0 5, Totals 33 1-3 75.

3-point field goals: Wakpala 6 (Mellette 2, Iron Cloud 3); Solen-Cannonball 8 (Black Cloud 4, Thunder Hawk 3, Stretches). Rebounds: Wakpala 32 (Mellette 12, Cadotte 8). Assists: Wakpala 5. Totals fouls: Wakpala 10; Solen-Cannonball 13. Turnovers: Wakpala 16.

 

 

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