High School Basketball Recap: Stevens sweeps Scottsbluff

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RAPID CITY, S.D. -

The Rapid City Stevens boys and girls basketball teams are both enjoying a successful season thus far.

As we wrap up the month of January, both squads have identical records of 11-2.

The Raiders were hoping to tack on another victory on Saturday as they hosted Scottsbluff, Nebraska.

Dawson Paulson scored 20 points and Trey Eberlein added 10, as the Stevens boys rallied in the second half to beat the Bearcats, 60-53.

Meanwhile, the Lady Raiders dominated the Lady Bearcats, 68-37.


BOYS BASKETBALL SCORES

Aberdeen Christian 46, Great Plains Lutheran 39

Chadron, Neb. 57, Douglas 56

Faulkton 58, Hitchcock-Tulare 28

Harding County 74, New Underwood 31

Hemingford, Neb. 69, Edgemont 32

Herreid/Selby Area 67, Lemmon 45

Leola/Frederick 71, South Border, N.D. 30

Lyman 72, Wall 44

Minot, N.D. 81, Spearfish 55

Oelrichs 89, Wakpala 37

Rapid City Stevens 68, Scottsbluff, Neb. 37

St. Francis Indian 74, Freeman 48

Stanley County 65, Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 59

Sully Buttes 56, Warner 38

Watertown 59, Brookings 53

Wyndmere-Lidgerwood, N.D. 69, Wilmot 46

Dakota Oyate Challenge

Seventh Place

Marty Indian 79, Tiospaye Topa 40

Fifth Place

Crazy Horse 40, Takini 38

Third Place

Tiospa Zina Tribal 73, Flandreau Indian 54

Championship

Lower Brule 59, Omaha Nation, Neb. 50

Dakota XII Conference Classic

Canton 68, Deuel 58

Chamberlain 58, Tri-Valley 40

Dakota Valley 59, Hamlin 46

Dell Rapids 77, Redfield/Doland 66

Lennox 77, Groton Area 55

Madison 51, Sisseton 42

Milbank 54, Elk Point-Jefferson 51

Sioux Falls Christian 74, Clark/Willow Lake 60

Tea Area 62, Aberdeen Roncalli 51

Vermillion 81, Britton-Hecla 62

West Central 59, Webster 45

DSU Shootout

Elkton-Lake Benton 64, Centerville 28

Little Wound 71, Platte-Geddes 56

Mitchell Christian 54, Gayville-Volin 45

Viborg-Hurley 78, Andes Central/Dakota Christian 58


GIRLS' BASKETBALL SCORES

Aberdeen Roncalli 55, Chamberlain 30

Alcester-Hudson 43, Bridgewater-Emery 32

Bennett County 36, Jones County 34

Chadron, Neb. 57, Douglas 56

Cheyenne-Eagle Butte 55, Stanley County 21

Edgemont 46, Hemingford, Neb. 26

Freeman 63, St. Francis Indian 38

Great Plains Lutheran 46, Aberdeen Christian 25

Herreid/Selby Area 52, Lemmon 33

Hitchcock-Tulare 64, Faulkton 61

Irene-Wakonda 70, Bon Homme 37

Lake Preston 55, James Valley Christian 35

Leola/Frederick 44, South Border, N.D. 34

Lyman 42, Wall 30

New Underwood 67, Harding County 29

Oelrichs 62, Wakpala 51

Philip 52, Newell 44

Rapid City Stevens 68, Scottsbluff, Neb. 37

Scotland 40, Freeman Academy/Marion 25

Sioux Falls O'Gorman 47, Brandon Valley 39

Big East Conference Tournament

Seventh Place

Chester 47, Baltic 23

Fifth Place

Garretson 62, Howard 58

Dakota Oyate Challenge

Seventh Place

Tiospaye Topa 57, Takini 32

Fifth Place

Flandreau Indian 64, Crazy Horse 53

Third Place

Tiospa Zina Tribal 62, Marty Indian 52

Championship

Lower Brule 52, Omaha Nation, Neb. 35

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