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Govs Lose Final Game Of The Regular Season

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

It was a hard fought battle last night for the Pierre Govs as they played in their final regular season game of the year in Huron. The Huron Tigers would come out shooting the ball very well winning this game 65-56.

After the first quarter the game was close as the Tigers had a 18-14 lead. The second quarter would be the difference in this game as the Govs got outscored 24-11 and were down 42-25 at half. The Govs would outscore the Tigers in the third quarter 15-13 and in the fourth quarter 16-10. It just wasn’t enough to mount the comeback victory.

The Govs had two in double figures Peyton Zabel led the way with 28 and Brad Dean had 14. Clay Korkow from Huron led the way as he had 23 points.

The Govs final regular season record drops to 10-10 on the season while Huron improves to 15-5 and have won nine games in a row. The Govs will now see when and where they will play in the district tournament next week. 


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Lady Govs Snap Seven Game Losing Streak

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

The Lady Govs were able to snap their losing streak last night at home against the Huron Tigers for senior night. The Lady Govs would bring this one home with a final score of 51-37.

The Lady Govs would come out of the gate struggling to score as they were out scored in the first quarter 12-7. The Lady Govs would battle back in the second quarter and out score the Tigers 20-7 to take the 27-19 lead at half. The Lady Govs would continue to play well in the third quarter as they would out score Huron 14-9 in the fourth and 10-9 in the fourth quarter.

The Lady Govs had two in double figures Hallie Jerome had 14 and Emily Mikkelsen also had 14. The Lady Govs finish the season with a 8-12 record and snap a seven game losing streak.

The Lady Govs will now play the waiting game and see where and when they will play in the district tournament next week. 


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Stanley County Lady Buffs Season Comes To An End

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

The season for the Stanley County Lady Buffs comes to an end last night as they had to go on the road to take on Crow Creek in the first round of the Region 6A tournament. The Lady Buffs would drop this game with the final score of 67-35. Crow Creek will move on in the district tournament as they will take on Miller on Thursday. The Lady Buffs finish with a final record of 3-18. Congrats to the Lady Buffaloes on a great season. 


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Sully Buttes Charger Girls Open Post Season With Win

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Using pressure defense, and forcing turnovers once again worked for the Sully Buttes Charger girls as they opened the District 4B play with a 69-27 win over Highmore Harrold Tuesday night in Onida.


The Chargers shut down the Pirates' offense, allowing twelve points at the half--and led going into the break 31-12.  Seniors Chloe Lamb--who finished with seventeen points, and Racquel Wientjes adding sixteen, ended their nights early to give way to the Chargers bench to finish the ballgame.  The Chargers had four players in double figures--with Lauren Wittler contributing twelve points, with Rachel Guthmiller adding eleven.  


For Highmore,  Halle Tvedt led the way scoring with eight points, and Briana Beckler finished with seven.  The Pirates have been playing half the season without point guard Rebecca Bucholz--who had surgery two weeks ago to repair a torn ACL.   The Pirates finished their season with an 11-11 mark.


The Chargers--now 20-1 on the year, will go on to face Hitchcock Tulare, who defeated Lower Brule  last night 74-54.  The District 4B championship will be played Thursday night in Gettysburg, with the tipoff scheduled for seven.  You'll be able to hear the game on Country 95.3FM with DT Meyer making the call. 


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Last Nights High School Basketball Scores

Wednesday, February 22, 2017

Boys Basketball

Alliance, Neb. 63, Hot Springs 48

Brookings 55, Aberdeen Central 44

Custer 64, Hill City 61

Faulkton Area 78, Edmunds Central 52

Harrisburg 42, Watertown 35

Huron 65, Pierre 56

Marshall, Minn. 80, Sioux Falls Roosevelt 49

Rapid City Christian 67, Lead-Deadwood 49

Sioux Falls Lincoln 57, South Sioux City, Neb. 44

Sioux Falls O’Gorman 63, Sioux Falls Washington 57

St. Thomas More 67, Belle Fourche 36

Sturgis Brown 75, Douglas 62

Yankton 66, Mitchell 40

 

 Girls Basketball

Aberdeen Central 46, Brookings 36

Harrisburg 36, Watertown 27

Pierre 51, Huron 37

Rapid City Central 53, Rapid City Stevens 45

Sioux Falls Roosevelt 41, Marshall, Minn. 40

Sioux Falls Washington 72, Sioux Falls O’Gorman 70, 2OT

Yankton 29, Mitchell 27

Region 1A

First Round

Aberdeen Roncalli 50, Tiospa Zina Tribal 27

Milbank Area 54, Britton-Hecla 24

Sisseton 52, Groton Area 49

Region 2A

First Round

Clark/Willow Lake 50, Great Plains Lutheran 29

Deuel 68, Redfield/Doland 59, OT

Region 3A

First Round

Flandreau 75, Flandreau Indian 39

Madison 44, Garretson 20

Sioux Falls Christian 69, Baltic 37

Region 4A

First Round

Dakota Valley 57, Beresford 40

Elk Point-Jefferson 38, Tea Area 27

Vermillion 56, Canton 29

Region 5A

First Round

Parkston 52, Mt. Vernon/Plankinton 48, 4OT

Tri-Valley 47, Wagner 42

West Central 61, Bon Homme 21

Region 6A

First Round

Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 44, Mobridge-Pollock 42, OT

Crow Creek 67, Stanley County 35

Miller 57, Chamberlain 47

Region 7A

First Round

St. Francis Indian 58, Pine Ridge 57

Todd County 103, Bennett County 14

Winner 51, Red Cloud 48

District 1B

Semifinal

Florence/Henry 53, Waubay/Summit 45

Waverly-South Shore 47, Wilmot 45

District 2B

Semifinals

Leola/Frederick 51, Northwestern 34

Warner 62, Langford Area 28

District 3B

Semifinal

Herreid/Selby Area 48, Potter County 36

Ipswich 52, Faulkton Area 50, OT

District 4B

Semifinal

Hitchcock-Tulare 74, Lower Brule 54

Sully Buttes 69, Highmore-Harrold 27

District 5B

First Round

Castlewood 68, Arlington 21

Lake Preston 54, Estelline 45

District 6B

Semifinal Sanborn Central/Woonsocket 63, James Valley Christian 19

Wolsey-Wessington 56, Wessington Springs 50, 2OT

District 7B

First Round

Chester Area 53, Dell Rapids St. Mary 36

District 8B

First Round

Canistota 37, Bridgewater-Emery 31

Howard 63, Mitchell Christian 17

District 9B

Semifinal

Freeman 53, Menno 20

Parker 49, Scotland 37

District 10B

Semifinal

Gayville-Volin 36, Alcester-Hudson 34

Irene-Wakonda 59, Viborg-Hurley 38

District 11B

Semifinal

Platte-Geddes 52, Kimball/White Lake 45

Tripp-Delmont/Armour 45, Andes Central/Dakota Christian 30

District 12B

Semifinal

Avon 54, Gregory 28

Burke/South Central 62, Marty Indian 28

District 14B

Semifinal

New Underwood 42, Oelrichs 30

Philip 47, Wall 26

District 15B

Semifinal

McIntosh 36, Lemmon 33

Timber Lake 53, Dupree 27   


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Stanley County Buffs Lose Final Game Of Regular Season

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

It was a high scoring affair last night at Parkview Gym as the Stanley County Buffaloes played their final regular season game of the year last night against Miller. Miller would go on to hit 12 three pointers and defeat the Buffaloes 86-67.

The Buffs were outscored in the first quarter 23-18 and in the second quarter the Buffs would try to keep it as close as possible going into the locker room as they were down 44-36. The third quarter would end up being the ultimate difference in the game as the Buffs were outscored 25-14. The fourth quarter would be pretty even as the Buffs and Rustlers both scored 17.

Stanley County had three players in double figures Brady Hoftiezer had 18, Riley Hannum had 16 and Damon Hoftiezer had 12. Miller was led in scoring from Steven Fernholz who had 37.

The Buffaloes will play the waiting game now to see who and where they will play in the first round of the district tournament next week.


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Govs and Lady Govs Basketball In Action Tonight

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

The Govs and the Lady Govs will be back in action tonight for the final time for the regular season. The Govs will be on the road in Huron and the Lady Govs will host Huron for Senior night.

The Govs picked up a huge win on Saturday night against Brandon Valley at home defeating them 77-60. The Govs are coming in with a record of 10-9 and Huron is coming in with a 14-5 record. The boys game in Huron will start at 7 pm and you’ll be able to hear that game right here on Today’s KCCR.

The Lady Govs will be at home starting at 7 pm tonight as they are looking to snap a seven game losing streak. The Lady Govs had a tough weekend this past weekend losing to Harrisburg Friday night 63-54 and losing to Brandon Valley 78-75 on Saturday night. Huron is struggling also as they are coming in with a 4-15 record. 


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Lady Buffs Get Their District Tournament Under Way Tonight

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

The Stanley County Lady Buffaloes will get their district tournament under way tonight as they will take on Crow Creek.

The Lady Buffs are coming into this district tournament with a final regular season record of 3-17. The Lady Buffs will be traveling to Crow Creek who had a final regular season record of 9-10.

These two team did not play each other this season and Stanley County is coming in losing 11 games in a row and are looking to get a big win to move on in the district tournament which the second round will be on Thursday.


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Sully Buttes Girls Basketball Get Their District Tournament Started Tonight

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

The Sully Buttes girls basketball team will be in action tonight as they will get the District 4B tournament under way. The Chargers will be taking on Highmore-Harrold at home.

Sully Buttes are coming into this district tournament with a 19-1 record and have won 15 games in a row. Highmore-Harrold did play last night in their first game of the district tournament beating Sunshine Bile Academy 47-26.

These two teams have played each other earlier in the season as Sully Buttes won that game 75-36 back on January 6th. This game will start at 7 pm and you will be able to hear it over on Country 95.3, DT Meyer will have the call for you. There will be a pep rally for the girls this afternoon at the high school starting at 2:55 pm. 


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This Weeks High School Basketball Rankings

Tuesday, February 21, 2017

BOYS BASKETBALL

Class AA

1. SF O’Gorman (7) 16-3 35 1

2. Brookings 16-3 27 3

3. RC Stevens 14-5 17 4

T4. Huron 14-5 10 5

T5. Brandon Valley 14-6 10 2

 

Class A

1. SF Christian (3) 14-4 28 3

2. Sioux Valley (4) 18-2 27 2

3. Madison 15-4 19 1

4. Vermillion 16-3 17 5

5. St. Thomas More 14-5 8 4

 

Class B

1. Bridgewater-Emery (7) 19-0 35 1

2. Corsica-Stickney 17-2 27 2

3. Langford Area 17-2 20 3

4. Wolsey-Wessington 16-2 8 4

5. Chester Area 14-5 7 RV

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Class AA

1. Harrisburg (7) 18-1 35 1

2. Brandon Valley 17-3 24 2

3. SF Roosevelt 14-5 19 3

4. Aberdeen Central 14-5 15 4

5. SF Lincoln 13-7 9 T5

 

Class A

1. St. Thomas More (7) 19-0 35 1

2. Hamlin 20-0 27 2

3. Lennox 18-2 21 3

4. Little Wound 18-2 11 5

5. McCook Cent./Montrose 17-2 8 4

 

Class B

1. Ethan (7) 19-1 35 1

2. Sanborn Cent./Woon. 19-1 22 2

3. Sully Buttes 19-1 22 3

4. Warner 18-2 10 4

5. De Smet 17-3 6 5


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