High School Roundup: Comet girls lock down Crazy Horse

2012-01-19T23:18:00Z 2012-01-19T23:25:02Z High School Roundup: Comet girls lock down Crazy HorseJournal staff Rapid City Journal
January 19, 2012 11:18 pm  • 

Rapid City Christian held Crazy Horse to six first-half points as the Comets won a girls basketball game 50-23 on Thursday night.

Marissa and Mikayla Heard each scored 10 points to lead the Comets (7-3 overall), who got all of their players into the game.

“Everybody got to play and they were out there having fun,” Christian coach Laura Bryan said. “It was a good time.”

Courtney Lamont led Crazy Horse (0-4 overall) with 12 points. The Chiefs will play Wakpala on Saturday.

Rapid City Christian will play the Chadron, Neb., junior varsity on Tuesday on the road.

NEWELL 56, WALL 33: Wall got within nine in the third quarter but Newell held off the Eagles to get the victory.

“It was a good team effort and our bench played well tonight.” said Newell head coach Scott Wince.

Newell was led by Kristen Dunn and Taylor Trohkimoinen, who each scored 15 points.

Autumn Schulz led Wall with 15 points.

Newell (8-3) travels to Harding County on Monday.

Wall (6-5) will play at New Underwood on Saturday.

FAITH 80, BISON 25: Faith used a balanced scoring effort to easily blow past Bison.

Shanna Selby scored a game-high 16 points, Alana Gray added 13, Maddy Vance poured in 11 and Shania Johnston contributed 10 points.

Faith jumped out to a 19-4 lead at the end of the first quarter and pushed the advantage to 42-4 by halftime.

Carrie Schalesky paced Bison with 13 points. 

Miller 50, Chamberlain 42: Tara Parmely and Jamie Mentzer each scored 11 points and Mallory Fischer added 10 to lead Miller to a 50-42 win.

Chamberlain was led by Kennedy Wagner and Jaymee Knippling with eight points each. Knippling had nine rebounds for the Cubs.

Chamberlain (8-4) is at Kimball/White Lake on Monday.

White River 57, Kadoka Area 48: Ashlyn Plooster scored 17 points to lead White River to a 57-48 win over Kadoka Area in the opening round of the Southern Plains Conference Tournament.

Maci Gillen added 13 points for White River, with Dusti Good Shield adding 10 points. Lene Wright had seven rebounds for the Tigers.

Nicole Vandermay led Kadoka Area with 12 points. Tia Carlson scored 11 points and grabbed 16 rebounds for the Kougars.

Jones County 54, Stanley County 34: Becky Bryan’s 17 points and seven rebounds paced Jones County to a 54-34 win over Stanley County in the first round of the Southern Plains Conference Tournament.

Trait Thorne added 13 points and Madison Matthews 10 for the Coyotes.

Tory Deal led Stanley County with 12 points Carley Harrowa grabbed eight rebounds.

In other first round games in Colome, Gregory downed Lyman     51-19 and South Central beat Colome 53-39.


R.C. CHRISTIAN 60, CRAZY HORSE 56: Rapid City Christian rallied from a one-point halftime deficit to knock off Crazy Horse 60-56 in boys basketball action Thursday night.

Eli Houchens scored a game-high 23 points to pace the Comets (2-8 overall). Peter Irwin chipped in with 14 points for Christian, which will play Chadron, Neb., at home on Saturday.

Wakan Moves Camp scored 18 points for Crazy Horse (0-4 overall). Chance Milk and Clayton Red Elk each added 11 points for the Chiefs, who will play Wakpala on Saturday.

WINNER 57, WAGNER 46: Winner shook off a sleepy first half to move to 9-2 on the season.

Down 27-20 at the break, the Warriors turned up the pressure and held Wagner (7-4) to just 19 second-half points. Winner forced 24 turnovers and turned a 10-rebound deficit at the half into an overall advantage for the contest.

Winner had four scorers in double figures. Nathan Naasz had 12 points, Kyle Mathis and Donovan Brother of All added 11.

Noah St. Pierre led Wagner with 10 points. Winner travels to Mission to take on Todd County on Tuesday

KIMBALL/WHITE LAKE 64, GREGORY 48: Kimball/White Lake coasted past Gregory on Thursday night to keep the Gorillas winless.

Jesse Taylor had 23 points for Kimball/White Lake (7-3), and Jacob Kirsch added 10. Nolan Mikkelsen had a game-high 25 points for Gregory (0-9), which travels to Dakota Christian on Monday.

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