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CATS BEAT EUREKA--88-48! IMPROVE TO 8-4!

January 26, 2013
Columbia Falls High School



 

FRI., 01-25    
BOYS      
COLUMBIA FALLS 88 EUREKA 48
FRENCHTOWN 58 POLSON 38
LIBBY 48 TROY 33    
FLORENCE 60 CORVALLIS 40  
HAMILTON 57 RONAN 55  
BROWNING 65 FAIRFIELD 62  
LAUREL 53 LEWISTOWN 47  
SENIOR 71 BILLINGS CENTRAL 59
GLENDIVE 48 GLASGOW 43  
SKYVIEW 67 MILES CITY 61  

 

Columbia Falls…88 Eureka…48

Columbia Falls…21 21 20 26 — 88

Eureka…3 15 16 12 — 48

COLUMBIA FALLS — Alex Presnell 13, Trevor Houston 6, Jayce Fagerland 2, Grant Stenger 4, Austin Martin 10, Colin King 9, Luke Kazlauskas 15, Nakia Alexander 6, Ty Morgan 9, Logan Williams 2, Jared Trinastich 8, Austin Kimmet 4.

EUREKA — Trey Bohne 3, Austin Perez 2, Tanner Blankers 33, Cameron Griffin 5, Richard Roo 3.

 

Laurel…53 Lewistown…47

Laurel…18 13 11 11 — 53

Lewistown…11 20 3 13 — 47

Laurel — Dylan Meccage 6, Taylor Maida 15, Shawn Nardella 2, Bryce Herman 2, Brett Thompson 20, Jake Anderson 2, Evan Jones 4, Jared Simons 2. Totals 17 11-26.

Lewistown — Tre’ Bradley 2, Brock Butcher 3, Morgan Ray 7, James Derheim 6, Dylan Stenseth 19, Jakob Playenz 2, Andy Butcher 8. Totals 14 17-25

Total fouls — Laurel 18, Lewistown 20. Fouled out — Derheim, A. Butcher. 3-pointers — Maida 2, Thompson 3, Stenseth 2.

 

Hamilton…57 Ronan…55

Hamilton…15 20 13 9 – 57

Ronan…11 11 12 21 – 55

HAMILTON – Josh Heath 1, Ty Burt 5, Teague Blome 5, Jesse Bartels 15, Josh Bauder 12, Kameron Kohn 6, John Ryter 3, Reese Isherwood 10.

RONAN – Jalen Bell 2, Carston Baertsch 12, Dallas Jore 4, Tim Woll 16, Alex Quequesah 5, Colton McCrea 4, Zeke Webster 6, Zachary Wagner 4, Daniel Aylesworth 2.

Libby…48 Troy…33

Troy…2 5 4 22 — 33

Libby…12 14 7 15 — 48

TROY — Gabe Hickman 13, Gage Tallmadge 9 Ryan Huffman 1, Nathan Olds 2, Sean Opland 4, Austin Grable 2, Bruce Metz 2.

LIBBY — Colin Johnson 3, Dan Leggins 2, Will Reichel 2, Jared Winslow 18, Barak Lapka 19, Kraig Nelson 4.

Frenchtown…58 Polson…48

Polson…5 9 19 15 – 48

Frenchtown…12 20 15 11 – 58

POLSON – Cedric Smith 6, Will Davey 11, Cedric Earthboy 6, Derek Peel 6, Dylan Kelley 5, Chris McDonald 2, Hayden Congdon 5, Riley Sampson 7.

FRENCHTOWN – John Chapman 13, Levi Shepard 12, Andrew Honken 3, Bridger Truett 14, Kyle Cyr 10, Matt Price 6.

Glendive…48 Glasgow…43

Glendive…8 5 22 13 — 48

Glasgow…11 16 9 7 — 43

Glendive – Gavin McPHerson 6, Ryan Hood 3, Taylor Schwartz 2, Blake Stanhope 6, Tanner Schwartz 8, Colter Bachmeier 11, Bryden Boehnning 10, Tanner Phipps 2. Totals: 15 15-19.

Glasgow – Bryon Larson 16, Jason Thibault 7, Chase Fossum 5, Jake Page 2, Lachlan Vaira 1, Keil Krumwiede 7, Jake Kolstad 2, Gage Legare 3. Totals: 16 7-9.

Total fouls: Glendive 13, Glasgow 17. Fouled out: Fossum. Three pointers: McPherson 2, Stanhope 1, Larson 2, Thibault 1, Legare 1

Browning…65 Fairfield…62

Browning…16 15 19 15 — 65

Fairfield…13 22 13 14 — 62

Browning – Dan Hall 5, Isaac McKay 4, Wyatt Mad Plume 13, George Hall 10, Rylee Heavy Runner 2, Jake Bell 2, Trevor Gray 6, Emmette Dusty Bull 2, DeeJay Lazyboy 15, Jalen Croff 6. Totals: 23 16-25.

Fairfield – Nick Drishinski 1, Morgan Schenk 11, Dalton Palmer 5, Yancy Gagne 23, Dru Oveson 16, Cade Meekman 1, Trevor Schenk 5. Totals: 23 12-26.

Total fouls: Browning 22, Fairfield 21. Fouled out: Palmer. Three pointers: Lazyboy 3, M. Schenk 1, Oveson 3.

Florence 60, Corvallis 40

At Corvallis, the Falcons, the No. 2 team in Class B, made 17 free throws in a big fourth quarter to pull away from the Southwestern A Blue Devils.

Florence took a 34-31 lead into the fourth quarter, but pulled away by outscoring Corvallis 26-9 over the final eight minutes.

Rhett Baerlocher scored 20 points to lead Florence, which made 26 of 36 free throws for the game. Ryno Baerlocher added 14 and Aaron Ward had 13 for the Falcons (13-1).

Jansen Jessop scored 20 points to lead Corvallis (1-10).

Florence 11 10 13 26 – 60

Corvallis 10 10 11 9 – 40

FLORENCE – Rhett Baerlocher 20, Ryno Baerlocher 14, Ryan Mangun 2, Chantz Hotsinpiller 2, Mike Finlay 7, Brad Schaff 2, Aaron Ward 13.

CORVALLIS – Alma Powell 4, Jayce Gilder 3, Chaney Waldo 4, Jensen Jessop 20, Chase Walker 7, Austin Bankston 2.

Broncs beat Central, get back in win column

Jim Wilsey sensed his team’s improvement over the course of the last couple weeks.

So it’s only natural that the Billings Senior Broncs came away from a 71-59 victory over Billings Central on Friday with a renewed outlook.

“Our effort has been outstanding, and in the last couple weeks we were getting better,” said Wilsey, Senior’s second-year coach. “You could see it.

“We played Skyview pretty tough (Thursday) night, and to come out and beat a really good Central team is a good win for us.”

The Broncs (4-9) battled Skyview hard before losing by 13 points at the Falcons’ gym Thursday. But they were able to put it all together against Central (6-5) to claim their first victory since Jan. 11.

They achieved it with deft perimeter shooting and disruptive defense.

Senior, led by guards Skyler Scheetz and Trae Dolan, hit 12 3-pointers in one of the team’s best shooting performances of the year. Scheetz hit five 3’s, four of them in the first half, while Dolan knocked down four triples.

Scheetz and Dolan each scored 18 points.

“This win feels amazing,” Scheetz said afterward. “Everyone on the team just started clicking. And when everybody’s clicking good things happen.”

It was Scheetz’s 3-point barrage in the second quarter that spurred the Broncs.

Scheetz hit 3s on three consecutive possessions with less than two minutes on the clock before halftime as Senior took a 16 point advantage.

Scheetz made the last of those while being fouled with five seconds remaining. He made the ensuing free throw for what Wilsey said was his fourth four-point play of the year.

Scheetz had 13 points in the second quarter alone.

“We put ourselves in bad positions tonight, not guarding people and not guarding their shooters,” said Central coach Jim Stergar. “It seemed like every time we turned around another guy hit a 3. We did what we were supposed to do against Tad Rose (who had 10 points) but we let other guys beat us.

“Hats off to them for making their shots. It’s a game they deserved to win.”

The game marked Stergar’s return to the Senior gym since resigning as the Broncs’ coach in March of 2011. Stergar spent nine seasons at Senior, where he posted a 115-87 record.

But Stergar’s Rams were shorthanded from the start, as starters Jacob Stanton and Dylan Hanser did not play.

Stanton missed his second consecutive game with a concussion, while Hanser was away on a football recruiting trip to Washington State University in Pullman, Wash.

Though 6-foot-9 post Daniel Meyer had game highs of 24 points and 13 rebounds, Central had trouble feeding the ball inside consistently. The Rams drilled nine 3-pointers -- seven of them from Garrett Flaming and Blayne Sandau -- but it wasn’t enough.

“We turned the ball over too much and we didn’t make good decision with the ball,” Stergar said. “Really it comes down to us defending. Bad offense led to bad defense tonight.”

The Rams return to their Eastern A schedule next Friday when it hosts Hardin.

Senior also jumps back into conference play next week as crosstown rival Billings West visits Tuesday.

Senior 71, Central 59

Billings Central 15  12  14  18  59 
Billings Senior 16  27  14  14  71 

Billings Central (6-5) — Riley Nichols 1-3 0-0 3, Ian Byorth 1-3 1-2 4, Garrett Flaming 4-8 0-2 12, Blayne Sandau 4-12 3-5 14, Daniel Meyer 8-20 8-9 24, Holden Ryan 0-0 0-0 0, Connor Cerkovnik 0-1 0-0 0, Dylan Holetz 0-0 0-0 0, Bryce Hawbaker 1-1 0-1 2. Totals: 19-48 12-19 59. 3-point goals: 9 (Flaming 4, Sandau 3, Nichols 1, Byorth 1). Fouls: 18. Rebounds: 31 (Meyer 13). 

Billings Senior (4-9) — Trae Dolan 6-9 2-2 18, Joe Zimmer 1-6 3-4 5, Kelly Tipton 1-1 0-0 2, Skyler Scheetz 6-8 1-1 18, Tad Rose 4-13 1-2 10, Hunter Anderson 1-2 0-0 3, Ryan Good 0-0 0-0 0, Nickos Vlahos 1-1 4-4 6, Tristan Bends 1-2 0-1 2, Brennan Nielsen 2-5 2-2 7, Austin Egan 0-0 0-0 0. Totals: 23-47 13-16 71. 3-point goals: 12 (Scheetz 5, Dolan 4, Rose 1, Anderson 1, Nielsen 1). Fouls: 20. Rebounds: 26 (Rose 7).

Skyview boys take down Miles City 67-61

MILES CITY -- Matt Fuhrman, Daine Muller and Alex Zacher combined for 42 points Friday night as Billings Skyview defeated Miles City 67-61 in a non-conference boys basketball game.

Fuhrman, a senior point guard, led the way with 18 points, followed by Muller with 13 and Zacher with 11. Muller scored 11 points during Skyview's 22-point outburst in the third quarter.

It was the third consecutive win for the 10-2 Falcons, who led by as many as 17 points in the third quarter.

Miles City received 19 points from Brac Warren. Brett Keith added 12 and Lane Woosley 11.

Skyview will entertain Great Falls Russell in Eastern AA play next Friday.

Billings Skyview 67, Miles City 61

Billings Skyview 17  11  22  17  67 
Miles City 11  13  18  19  61 

Billings Skyview (10-2) — Matt Fuhrman 4 10-12 18, Daine Muller 4 3-4 13, Alex Zacher 5 0-2 11, Tanner Nelson 2 5-8 9, Josiah Running Crow 2 1-3 5, Cole Sowden 1 0-0 2, Konner Wiechman 1 4-4 7, Nolan McHugh 1 0-0 2, Baylee Slevira 0 0-0 0, Jacob Smyle 0 0-0 0, Teague Rutherford 0 0-0 0. Totals: 20 23-33 67. 3-point goals: 4 (Muller 2, Zacher, Wiechman). Fouls: 23: Fouled out: Running Crow.

Miles City — Brac Warren 3 12-19 19, Brett Keith 4 3-3 12, Lane Woosley 5 0-0 11, Drew Senger 1 3-3 5, Timmy Regan 3 0-0 8, Troy Burk 0 2-2 2, Austin Stradley 1 2-2 4, Conner Torstenbo 0 0-0 0, Beau Peaslee 0 0-0 0. Totals: 17 22-33 61. 3-point goals: 5 (Regan 2, Keith, Warren, Woosley). Fouls: 22. Fouled out: Senger, Warren.


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