The New Underwood girls' basketball team ran out to a 25-point halftime lead and ran past Upton, Wyoming, 64-27 Saturday in Upton.
Cerrington Jones led New Underwood with 20 points and nine rebounds, while Jayden Finkbeiner also had a double-double with 18 points and 15 rebounds. Avery Heinert also scored 18 points for the Tigers.
Lainee Claycomb led Upton with 12 points.
New Underwood, 14-4, hosts Bennett County Monday night.
CHRISTIAN 68, NEWELL 36: The Comets led 40-17 at halftime in stopping the Irrigators.
Zane Schlabach led Rapid City Christian with 21 points, while, Levi Vanden Bos finished with 14 points, nine steals and six assists. David Schmagel added 11 points for the Comets.
Payton Burtzlaff led Newell with 11 points.
Rapid City Christian,13-2, hosts New Underwood Thursday night and Newell, 8-9, hosts Harding County Monday.
MILLER 85, TODD COUNTY 67: The Rustlers used a big second quarter and stopped the Falcons on Saturday.
Aiden Bizardie had a huge game for the Falcons with 38 points, while Mark Rogers added 16 points. No results were made available for Miller, 14-3,
Todd County, 6-12, hosts Pine Ridge Thursday.
DELL RAPIDS 62, ST. THOMAS MORE 52: The Quarriers rallied past the Cavaliers in the fourth quarter in the DWU/Culver's Classic at the Corn Palace in Mitchell.
St. Thomas More led 46-41 heading into the fourth period.
Caden Casey and Kale Landguth led St. Thomas More with 13 points each. Mason Schmidt had 18 points for Dell Rapids, 14-4, with Carson Rentz scoring 15 and Logan Heim 12.
St. Thomas More, 8-9, is at Hot Springs Tuesday.
PINE RIDGE 64, PARKER 55: The Thorpes held steady in the fourth period to stop the Pheasants Saturday in the DWU/Culver's Classic at the Corn Palace in Mitchell.
Corey Brown had a big game for Pine Ridge with 25 points and 12 rebounds, while Halin Bad Bear finished with 16 points.
Camden Bialas led Parker, 14-4, with 20 points.
Pine Ridge, 12-5, is at Little Wound Tuesday.
TIMBER LAKE 60, CRAZY HORSE 25: The Panthers led 46-9 at halftime in thumping the Chiefs on Saturday.
Brayden PayPay led Timber Lake with 12 points, while Isaac Kraft added 10.
Cadin Quiver led Crazy Horse with eight points.
Timber Lake, 13-3, hosts Eureka/Bowdle on Tuesday, while Crazy Horse, 5-11, hosts Takini Tuesday.
Philip runs away with Wall Invitational title
Philip Area won six individual tittles and easily captured the Wall Invitational on Saturday.
The Scotties finished with 160.5 points, to 69.5 for Lemmon/McIntosh and 66 for Cheyenne-Eagle Butte/Dupree. Bennett County was fourth with 63 points, while the Sturgis junior varsity was fifth in the 11-team field with 58.5 points.
Earning titles for Philip Area were: Jadyn Coller (126 pounds), Colby Fitch (145), Cody Donnelly (160), Keagan Fitch (170), Dyson Schoefield (182) and Jory Rodgers (220).
Other title winners were: Chase VanDerBoom of Newell (106), Joshua Jimenez of Cheyenne-Eagle Butte (113), Ethan Thibeault of Rapid City Central (120), Chayden Miller of Little Wound (132), Kurtis Mooney of Bennett County (138), Weston Ireland of Bennett County (152), Jackson Witte of Rapid City Central (195) and Braydon Peterson of Lemmon/McIntosh (285).
Raiders' Schmidt places 6th on state uneven bars
Danielle Schmidt of Rapid City Stevens earned a sixth-place finish on the uneven bars at the individual portion of the Class AA State Gymnastics Championships in Watertown.
Schmidt finished with a score of 8.825 in the event. She also was 13th in the all-around with 34.4 points and 15th on the beam with 8.55 points.
Also for Stevens, Rylie Stonecipher tied for ninth on the vault with 8.975 points and Cayla Klapperich was 15th on the floor exercise with 9.1 points.
Myah Morris of Watertown won the all-around with 38.4 points. She also won the vault (9.8), uneven bars (9.5) and balance beam (9.725). Rachel Gannon of Brookings won the floor exercise (9.6).
In Class A, Diamond Miller of Hot Springs earned an eighth-place finish on the vault (8.8), while teammate Tierra Schroeder tied for 12th on the vault (8.725) and tied for 13th on the floor (9.025).
Karlie Dartt of Wall/Kadoka area/Philip tied for 12th on the vault (8.725).
Morgan Kwasniewski of Deuel won the all-around with 37.675 points. She also won the floor (9.6), vault (9.475) and the bars (9.275).
Jenni Giles of Madison won the beam with 9.475 points.