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CATS LOST AT WFISH--50-35. FALL TO 6-3 AND 2-1

January 13, 2013
Columbia Falls High School



 

CATS LOST AT WFISH--50-35. FALL TO 6-3 AND 2-1.  LEADING SCORER WAS TRINASTICH WITH 13!

WHITEFISH – Logan Harwood scored 14 points and the Whitefish Bulldogs played stout defense to upset No. 3 Columbia Falls 50-35 in a Northwestern A boys’ basketball game Saturday.

Whitefish and Columbia Falls went into halftime tied at 19 apiece, but the Bulldogs went on a 12-3 run in the third quarter.

E.J. Havens fueled the fire in the third, going 3-for-4 from the field with two 3-pointers. He scored all of his eight points in the surge.

Jared Trinastich led Columbia Falls with 13 points. He was the only Wildcat in double figures.

Whitefish improved to 2-1 in conference and 6-3 overall – the same record as Columbia Falls.

C. Falls 7 12 3 13 – 35

Whitefish 9 10 12 18 – 50

COLUMBIA FALLS – Alex Presnell 7, Grant Stienger 1, Austin Martin 3, Colin King 2, Luke Kazlauskas 4, Nakia Alexander 2, Ty Morgan 1, Mason Gedlaman 2, Jared Trinastich 13.

WHITEFISH – Keaton Nicholson 2, E.J. Havens 8, Logan Harwood 14, Jace Kalbfleisch 6, Art Doorn 5, Cooper Olson 9, A.J. Wetch 2, Jake May 4.

Libby 48, Polson 47

At Libby, Jared Winslow hit a 3-pointer with 5 seconds left to lift the Loggers to the Northwestern A win.

Winslow scored 15 points for Libby (1-3 in league, 4-6 overall), 12 coming in the second half. Barak Lapka added 13 points and Kraig Nelson 10 for the Loggers.

Riley Sampson and Will Davey had 11 points each for Polson (0-2, 3-5). Cedrick Earthboy added 10 for the Pirates.

Polson 13 10 13 11 – 47

Libby 9 9 17 13 – 48

POLSON – Will Davey 11, Cedrick Earthboy 10, Chris McDonald 1, Hayden Congdon 4, Riley Sampson 11, Derek Peel 3, Dylan Kelley 7.

LIBBY – Jared Winslow 15, Barak Lapka 13, Kraig Nelson 10, Dan Leggins 7, Collin Johnson 3.

Frenchtown 63, Anaconda 56

At Anaconda, big games from John Chapman, Dan Lebsock and Matt Price helped the Broncs take down the Copperheads in the nonconference bout.

Lebsock scored 17 points and Chapman and Price had 15 points apiece to lead Frenchtown to its sixth win in 10 tries.

Anaconda pulled within three headed into the fourth quarter, but Frenchtown outscored the Copperheads by four in the fourth.

Anaconda’s Jackson Wagner and Brandon Fode reached double figures with 12 and 10 points, respectively. The Copperheads fell to 1-7 overall.

Frenchtown 18 13 11 21 – 63

Anaconda 16 10 13 17 – 56

FRENCHTOWN – John Chapman 15, Levi Shepard 6, Dan Lebsock 17, Kyle Cyr 1, Matt Price 15, Andrew Honken 1, Bridger Truett 8.

ANACONDA – Dennis Stanberry 9, Jackson Wagner 12, Geoff Dierenfeldt 6, Brandon Fode 10, Drew Conrady 3, Cory Stanberry 12, Jade Green 4.

Butte Central 69, Corvallis 44

At Butte, Marcus Ferriter led four Maroons in double figures as they topped the Blue Devils in the nonconference contest.

Along with Ferriter’s 16 points, Brady Tippett scored 12 and Nate Bolstad and Danny Peoples had 11 points apiece.

Butte Central led by three at the end of the first, but kept the pedal down to outscore Corvallis 54-32 the rest of the way.

Chase Walker and Alma Powell scored 11 and 10 points, respectively, for the Blue Devils, who fell to 1-7 overall.

Corvallis 12 8 13 11 – 44

Bu. Central 15 16 16 22 – 69

CORVALLIS – Alma Powell 10, Jayce Gilder 7, Jansen Jessop 8, Blake Sylvester 2, Chase Walker 11, Chaney Waldo 7.

BUTTE CENTRAL – Brady Tippett 12, Kale Guldseth 7, Connor McGree 3, Marcus Ferriter 16, Nate Bolstad 11, Dalton Sessions 6, Danny Peoples 11, Emmett McCarthy 3.

Dillon 50, Hamilton 48

At Hamilton, the Beavers managed to eke out a close game against the Broncs in a Southwestern A clash.

Ben Folsom scored 16 points for Dillon, six of which came in the decisive fourth quarter. Dillon and Hamilton were tied at 37-37 headed into the final period.

Boyd Jenne had 18 points to lead the Beavers, who improved to 3-1 in conference, 6-1 overall.

Hamilton’s Kameron Kohn and Reese Isherwood had 12 points apiece to lead the Broncs. Teague Blome added 10 for Hamilton, which fell to 2-3, 2-8.

Dillon 5 20 12 13 – 50

Hamilton 7 18 12 11 – 48

DILLON – Boyd Jenne 18, Ben Folsom 16, Austin Carver 2, Troy Scott 4, Wyatt Holland 6, Caleb Gillis 4.

HAMILTON – Teague Blome 10, Josh Bauder 8, Kameron Kohn 12, Reese Isherwood 12, Jesse Bartels 6.


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