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KATS BEAT FTOWN--45-43! IMPROVE TO 3-1!

December 16, 2012
Columbia Falls High School



 

KATS BEAT FTOWN--45-43! IMPROVE TO 3-1 OVERALL AND 1-0 IN CONFERENCE!

 

GIRLS SAT., 12-  15-12  
COLUMBIA FALLS 45 FRENCHTOWN 43
FLATHEAD 49 LIBBY 22  
HAMILTON 56 POLSON 38  
BELGRADE 65 BROWNING 51  
BUTTE CENTRAL 42 ANACONDA 23
GLENDIVE 60 COLSTRIP 57  
HARDIN 57 MILES CITY 38  
LAUREL 50 COLUMBUS 27  
HUNTLEY PROJECT 45 LEWISTOWN 35
HAVRE 64 PARK 42    

 

Flathead 49, Libby 22

LIBBY — A strong first half carried Class AA Flathead (2-1) to a 27-point victory over Class A Libby (0-3).

The Bravettes, led by Emma Andrews, 14 points, Jenessa Heine, 12, and Emily Russell, 10, enjoyed a 25-14 advantage at the break.

Dayln Germany scored eight points for Libby.

Flathead 12 13 16 8 — 49

Libby 4 10 2 6 — 22

FLATHEAD — Emma Andrews 5 4-4 14, Emily Russell 4 2-3 10, Tana Fountain 2 0-0 4, Jessika Abbrescia 3 3-5 9, Jenessa Heine 4 3-4 12. Totals: 18 12-16 49.

LIBBY — Kaitlyn Gilder 1 1-2 4, Hannah England 1 0-0 3, Hailey Craig 2 0-0 5, Dayln Germany 4 0-0 8, Devon Gallagher 1 0-0 2. Totals: 9 1-2 22.

3-point goals—Heine; Gilder, England, Craig; Team fouls—Flathead 8, Libbyt 14; Fouled out—England.

Hamilton 56, Polson 38

POLSON — Sophomore guard Taylor Goligoski scored 30 points to lift Hamilton over Polson in Class A nonconference action.

Goligoski netted 14 points in third quarter. For the game, she was 8 of 10 free throw shooting and hit a pair of 3s.

Heidi Rausch turned in a double-double for Polson (0-3) with 13 points and 12 rebounds.

Hallie Hovenkotter pulled down 10 rebounds.

“We have a lot of work to do,” Polson coach Randy Kelley said.

“I thought we rebounded really well, we had 42 on the night. We just couldn’t put the ball in the bucket.”

Hamilton 15 9 24 8 — 56

Polson 9 9 6 14 — 38

HAMILTON — Taylor Goligoski 30, Kali Hayes 8, Jaylee Albert 2, Kloie Nye 3, Bri Hugganes 5, Sami Gratofil 8.

POLSON — Mackenzie Banner 3, Malia Hamel 6, Anna DiGiallonardo 7, Hallie Hovenkotter 4, Monika Frame 5, Heidi Rausch 13.

Columbia Falls 45, Frenchtown 43

COLUMBIA FALLS — Columbia Falls survived a frantic finish to upend Frenchtown in Northwestern A action.

Frenchtown’s Abby Indreland hit a 3 to cut the deficit to two. The Broncs had a chance to force overtime, but missed the front end of the bonus free throw with no time remaining.

Columbia Falls (3-1, 1-0) trailed 22-16 at the half.

“First half, we were a little tentative,” Columbia Falls coach Cary Finberg said.

“We played more like we want to in the second half. It was nice to see us get out of the funk we were in.”

Winter Kemppainen led Columbia Falls in scoring with 13 points.

Haley Belgarde tossed in 12 for the Wildkats.

Frenchtown’s Vanessa Stavish tallied 15.

Frenchtown 10 12 6 15 — 43

Columbia Falls 9 7 13 16 — 45

FRENCHTOWN — Abby Indreland 6, Vanessa Stavish 15, Kayla Blood 1, Kenzie Reid 3, Shaela Wallin 5, Holly Jacobs 3, Larissa Berg 10.

COLUMBIA FALLS — Ciera Finberg 9, Hope Burlage 9, Winter Kemppainen 13, Haley Belgarde 12, Shannon Hay 2.

 

Hamilton 56, Polson 38
 
At Polson, the Lady Pirates did what they could to rein in the visiting Lady Broncs, but Hamilton broke down the fences and busted out of the corral. After posting a new prep varsity career high of 27 the night before against Corvallis, Taylor "Gogo" Goligoski reset the bar once again for a new career high with a strong double-double of 32 points and a dozen boards. Several of the shots she buried were highly contested to little avail. Hamilton almost double-doubled their pleasure when Sami Kratofil just missed giving the Lady Broncs a matching set with her 8 points and 12 rebounds, but Polson was able to saddle her with foul trouble a portion of the game to stem the tide some.
The Lady Pirates countered with a double-double of their own from Heidi Rausch, who tallied 13 points to go along with 12 rebounds. She was supplemented by seven from Anna DiGiallonardo and a pair of triples from guard Malia Hamel.
 
Hamilton - 15 9 24 8 - 56
Polson - 9 9 6 14 - 38
 
HAMILTON - Goligoski 32 (2-6, 9-12, 8-12), Kratofil 8 (0-0, 3-3, 2-2), Kali Hayes 6 (0-5, 2-5, 2-4), Bri Huggans 5 (1-4, 1-4, 0-0), Kloie Nye 3 (0-0, 0-0, 3-4), Jaylee Albert (0-5, 1-1, 0-2), McKayl Rothie 0 (0-1, 0-0), Shaylan Mohn 0 (0-0, 0-1), Ellie Hurlbert, Carlie Jessop, Holly Hudson, 19-46 = 56.
 
POLSON - Rausch 13, DiGiallonardo 7, Hamel 6, Monika Frame 5, Hallie Hovenkotter 4, Mackenzie Banner 3 (1-1, 0-3), Tegan Bauer (0-1), Jaylin Kenney (0-1, 0-1), Breanna Harrison (0-1 0-1), Nicole Lake (0-1, 14-61 = 38.
 
3FG - Hamilton 3-20 (Goligoski 2, Huggans), Polson 3-14 (Hamel 2, Banner).REBOUNDS - Hamilton 37 (Goligoski 12, Kratofil 12, Huggans 4, Albert 4, Hayes 4, Rothie), Polson 42 (Rausch 12, DiGiallonardo 9, Hovenkotter 8, Banner 5, Frame 3, Hamel 2, Bauer 2, Kenney). ASSISTS - Hamilton 14 (Albert 5, Huggans 5, Goligoski 2,Hayes 2), Polson 9 (Banner 3, DiGiallonardo 3, Rausch 2, Hovenkotter). STEALS- Hamilton 14 (Goligoski 4, Huggans 4, Albert 2, Hayes 2, Kratofil 2), Polson 4 (DiGiallonardo 2, Kenney, Rausch). BLOCKS - Hamilton 2 (Goligoski, Huggans), Polson 1 (Frame).
 
unofficial game rendition by John Heglie in consultation with the Hamilton bench for their data and Polson statisticians Cody Grant along with Joe Mullen for Lady Pirate specs. Some details may vary from official game summary once film of the contest has been reviewed by either team.
 
 

Laurel 50, Columbus 27

Columbus 10  27 
Laurel 16  12  13  50 

Columbus — Kyla Rouane 1 0-0 2, Hailee Campbell 0 0-0 0, Kari Ruffato 1 0-2 2, Madi Sindlar 1 0-0 2, Cierra Johannes 0 0-0 0, Rachel Ault 1 4-4 6, Courtney Martinez 2 2-4 6, Ashtyn Aumueller 2 5-10 9. Totals: 8 11-20 27. 3-pointers: 0. Fouls: 17.

Laurel (3-1) — Jayde LeFevre 5 0-0 13, Kylie Goodson 0 0-0 0, McKenzie Cotter 1 0-0 2, Allie McGrath 1 0-0 2, Leslie Gappa 2 2-3 6, Emily Smarsh 2 0-0 4, Dalayna Christenson 2 8-12 12, Bailey Love 0 0-1 0, Hailey Spitzer 0 4-4 4, Lexi Budge 2 0-0 5, Abbie Lohof 1 0-0 2. Totals: 16 14-20 50. 3-pointers: 4 (LeFevre 3, Budge 1). Fouls: 14.


Hardin 57, Miles City 38

Hardin 17  19  10  11  57 
Miles City 13  13  38 

Hardin — Adree Shield 9, Joire Chavez 4, Kristan Dillon 2, Teonna Little Light 5, Kanani Birdinground 27, Alssa Big Man 10.

Miles City — Tori Swope 7, Shaylee Singleton 10, Alecia Chamberlin 2, Dani Finn 6, Beth Sutter 4, Ashlie Larson 5, Julie Jones 2, Maken Ellingson 2.


Havre 64, Livingston 42

Havre 16  17  17  14  64 
Livingston 10  14  11  42 

Havre — Brandy Lambourne 19, Morgan Mazukiewicz 14, Lacey Waid 4, Peyton Filius 12, Tori Mazukiewicz 7, Haley Orim 1, Neya Bischoff 7.

Livingston — Emily Fochs 2, Megan Schoenen 10, Katie Buckley 3, Macy Ricketts 4, Mia Stewart 5, Meadow Ingram 7, Callie Ellingson 9, Mariel Kelley 2.


Belgrade 65, Browning 51

Browning 14  26  51 
Belgrade 12  22  16  15  65 

Browning — Courtney Littledog 5, Jessica Magee 4, Tiara Gilham 12, Marti Eaglefeathers 20, Rachel Heptner 4, Shelsey St. Goddard 2, Treyanna Belmart 2, Ashley Byrd 2.

Belgrade — Holly Dahinden 4, Leighton Hirsch 5, Dylan Fowler 21, Tanna Holliday 15, Taylor Woolman 10, Becca Tilleman 5, Alexis Clingingsmith 1, Madison Page 1, Erin Singleton 3.



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Maroon girls rout Copperheads

 
Updated: December 15, 2012 
Danee Leary battles for the ball with Anaconda's Courtney Moodry Saturday night at the Maroon Activities Center. (Bill Foley photo)Danee Leary battles for the ball with Anaconda's Courtney Moodry Saturday night at the Maroon Activities Center. (Bill Foley photo)

When Butte Central’s shots weren’t falling Saturday night at the Maroon Activities Center, the Maroons knew just what to do.

They stepped up their defense.

The Maroons used that defense to jumpstart their offense, and Butte Central rolled to a 42-23 Southwestern A victory over the archrival Anaconda Copperheads.

“Meg just told us we had to work on defense because we were kind of lazy,” said BC senior Danee Leary, who paced BC’s balanced attack with 12 points. “The second half was a lot better on defense, and when we step our defense our offensive game gets better as well.”

After not scoring for the first 4 minutes, 21 seconds of the first quarter, Mariah Cooney grabbed a rebound and laid in a bunny to start an 8-0 BC run to put the Maroons up for good. The lead, though wasn’t comfortable.

The Maroons led 8-3 after the first quarter and 18-10 at halftime.

BC led 11-6 before Leary connected on a put back and a 3-pointer to take some momentum into the locker room, where BC head coach Meg Murphy lectured her squad about its defense.

“We want to get touches on the ball and create some easy scoring opportunities instead of sitting there and bombing threes” Murphy said. “When we start getting some layups we shoot better.”

After the break, it was all BC. Central outscored the Copperheads 17-3 in the third quarter to turn a game that was in doubt into a rout.

Hannah Stajcar scored nine points, while Cooney scored eight and Danika Neumann scored eight.

“We have a lot of really good scorers,” Leary said. “It’s nice to have it spread out so there’s not a lot of pressure on one person.”

Also, Annie Ossello scored four points, Alysea Pica netted two and Sierra Pica tossed in one. Aleesha LaBreche, Chandra McCrudy, Shelby Paffhausen and Shawnee Hjelt also contributed for the Maroons, who improved to 4-0.

Murphy also credited Stajcar’s defense with holding explosive Courtney Moodry to nine points.

“Moodry is a good player, and that’s the best defense I’ve seen her play,” Murphy said of Stajcar, whom the coach added is getting more comfortable after having ACL surgery two years ago. “That’s great to see because I think she’s getting more confidence.

“Mariah had a ton of boards,” Murphy said. ” She went to the boards hard, so I was ha[p with that. And our young kids came in and did a nice job to give us a break.”

Natahsa Stommen was Anaconda’s second-leading scorer with four points. Anaconda fell to 2-2 on the season.

The victory was the sixth straight for the Maroons over the Copperheads.

The Maroons play another conference game Tuesday when they head to Hamilton.

ANACONDA (2-2) — Taylor Flynn 1 0-0 2, Kiernan Gallagher 0 0-0 0 Courtney Moodry 2 4-6 9, Natasha Stommen 1 2-2 4, Julia Peterson 1 0-0 3, McKenna Blume 1 0-0 2, Lacee Moodry 0 0-0 0, Molly Huber 0 0-0 0, Khali Knadler 1 1-2 3. Totals 7 7-10 23.
BUTTE CENTRAL (4-0) — Hannah Stajcar 4 1-1 9, Danee Leary 5 0-0 12, Alysea Pica 0 2-2 2, Annie Ossello 1 1-4 4, Danika Neumann 3 0-0 7, Mariah Cooney 3 2-8 8, Aleesha LaBreche 0 0-0 0, Chandra McCurdy 0 0-0 0, Shelby Paffhausen 0 0-0 0, Sierra Pica 0 1-2 1, Shawnee Hjelt 0 0-0 0. Totals 16 7-18 42.
Anaconda                   3     7     3   10 — 23
Central                        8   10   17     7 — 42

3-point goals — Anaconda 1 (C. Moodry), BC 3 (Leary 2, Neumann). Fouls — Anaconda 15, Butte Central 14. Fouled out — none. Technicals — none.


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