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Rapid City Christian topped Crazy Horse 46-42 Monday night at Hart Ranch.

The Comets led 22-13 at halftime, but Crazy Horse was able to cut the lead to 36-31 by the end of the third quarter. Christian was able to hold off the Lady Chiefs despite being outscored 11-10 in the fourth.

Skylar Armendariz led all scorers with 14 while Christian also got 10 points from Rebecca Morgan as well 10 points and eight rebounds from Kayla Clewley.

Mary Standing Solider led Crazy Horse with 13 points.

Christian, 5-13, hosts Lead-Deadwood tonight at 6 p.m. Crazy Horse, 5-13, hosts Tiospaye Topa Thursday at 3 p.m.

NEW UNDERWOOD 47, BENNETT COUNTY 31: Another strong performance from Jaedyn Finkbeiner led the Tigers past the Warriors.

Finkbeiner had 28 points to go along with 17 rebounds.

New Underwood didn't allow a field goal in the first quarter, ending the first period leading 15-1. The Tigers led 27-5 at halftime, 37-20 at the end of the third quarter while Bennett County outscored it 11-10 in the fourth.

Bennett County was led by Rachel Ireland who had nine.

New Underwood, 15-4, travels to Newell tonight at 6 p.m. Bennett County, 3-16, hosts Kadoka Area Thursday.

WINNER 52, PLATTE-GEDDES 18: Strong defense led Winner over Platte-Geddes Monday night.

The Warriors led 21-2 at the end of the first quarter and 33-7 at halftime. Winner gave up only two points in the third quarter and led 41-9 at the end of the third and outscored the Black Panthers 11-9 in the fourth.

Gabriel Kocer of Winner led all scorers with 15 points while Bella Swedlund added 11. Tori Weins of Platte-Geddes led all rebounders with 13.

Winner, 17-2, travels to Mobridge-Pollock Friday while Platte-Geddess, 4-15, travels to Wagner Thursday.

Boys' basketball

BENNETT COUNTY 71, NEW UNDERWOOD 60: Bennett County was able to hold off New Underwood because of a big game from Tristan Whirlwind Horse, who scored 22 points.

DeAndre Cottier also kicked in 13 for Bennett County while the Tigers were led by Connor Knuppe who had 19 and Trenton Lopez who had 14.

The Warriors led 18-14 at the end of the first quarter, 34-27 at halftime and 51-38 at the end of the third quarter. New Underwood outscored Bennett County 22-20 in the fourth.

New Underwood, 1-15, travels to Hart Ranch to take on Rapid City Christian Thursday. Bennett County, 5-13, travels to Jones County Friday.

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