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FRI., 09-21 FBALL RESULTS/STANDINGS

September 22, 2012
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

FRI., 09-21    
FRENCHTOWN 36 LEWISTOWN 6
POLSON 35 COLUMBIA FALLS 0
WHITEFISH 45 LIBBY 29   
ANACONDA 28 BUTTE CENTRAL 27
BELGRADE 32 HAVRE 7  
BILLINGS CENTRAL 47 SIDNEY 0
DILLON 48 STEVENSVILLE 0  
HAMILTON 35 CORVALLIS 0  

HARDIN 54 GLENDIVE 13

 
LAUREL 34 MILES CITY 12  
PARK 52 BROWNING 14  

 

21-Sep-12        
         
NW A Boys        
  OVERALL CONFERENCE
STANDINGS WIN LOSS WIN LOSS
POLSON 4 0 1 0
WHITEFISH 3 2 1 0
FRENCHTOWN 2 1 0 0
LIBBY 3 2 0 1
COL FALLS 2 2 0 1
         
Eastern A Boys        
  OVERALL CONFERENCE
Team WIN LOSS WIN LOSS
Billings Central 5 0 1 0
Laurel 5 0 1 0
Hardin 3 1 1 0
Miles City 2 3 0 1
Sidney 0 4 0 1
Glendive 0 5 0 1
         
Central A Boys        
  OVERALL CONFERENCE
Team WIN LOSS WIN LOSS
 Livingston 3 1 1 0
 Belgrade 3 2 1 0
 Lewistown 2 2 0 0
 Havre 1 4 0 1
 Browning 0 5 0 1
         
SW A Boys        
  OVERALL CONFERENCE
Team WIN LOSS WIN LOSS
Dillon 2 1 1 0
Anaconda 3 2 1 0
Hamilton 2 2 1 0
Stevensville 2 2 0 1
Butte Central 1 4 0 1
Corvallis 0 4 0 1

 

Polson, Whitefish roll; Eureka picks up first win of season

 

Posted: Saturday, September 22, 2012 12:11 am

POLSON — Andrew Weltz passed for 175 yards and two touchdowns as fourth-ranked Polson blanked Columbia Falls 35-0 in the Northwestern A Conference football opener for both teams.

Polson (4-0 overall) led 21-0 at the half.

 

“A great overall effort,” Polson coach Scott Wilson said.

“I was real pleased with how we played.

“Offensively, we were more consistent this week than the last couple,” he added.

Colton Lenz led the Polson ground game with 162 yards on 23 carries and one touchdown.

Polson totaled 277 yards rushing.

Weltz completed 7 of 13 passes. He threw one interception.

His TD strikes were 18 yards to Dylan McCrumb and 31 yards to Jared Gallatin.

Will Davey and Beau Mills both had 5-yard touchdown runs.

Columbia Falls slips to 2-2 overall.

Columbia Falls 0 0 0 0 — 0

Polson 14 7 7 7 — 35

Polson — Will Davey 5 run (Brady Hislop kick)

Polson — Dylan McCrumb 18 pass from Andrew Weltz (Hislop kick)

Polson — Jared Gallatin 31 pass from Weltz (Hislop kick)

Polson — Colton Lenz 3 run (Hislop kick)

Polson — Beau Mills 5 run (Hislop kick)

Whitefish 45, Libby 29

WHITEFISH— Luke May passed for 231 yards and fourth touchdowns and Shane Marcial scored three times in Whitefish’s Northwestern A victory over Libby.

May was 14 of 19 passing.

Shane Marcial had 17 carries for 146 yards. He returned a fumble 45 yards for a score, hauled in a 19-yard TD pass from May and ran 40 yards for another.

Whitefish (3-2) had 440 yards in total offense in the league opener for both teams.

Jared Winslow had three TD passes for Libby (3-2).

Libby 0 0 15 14 — 29

Whitefish 20 7 6 12 — 45

Whitefish — Logan Harwood 8 pass from Luke May (kick failed)

Whitefish — Sean Foley 27 interception return (Shane Marcial kick)

Whitefish — Walter Holliday 81 pass from May (Marcial kick)

Whitefish — Marcial 19 pass from May (Marcial kick)

Whitefish — Foley 24 pass from May (kick failed)

Libby — (no name) 69 pass from Jared Winslow (Winslow run)

Libby — TD (Valentine kick)

Libby — (no name) 84 pass from Winslow (pass failed)

Whitefish — Marcial 40 run (kick failed)

Whitefish — Marcial 45 fumble return (kick failed)

Libby — (no name) 3 pass from Winslow (Winslow pass)

 

Dillon 48, Stevensville 0

At Dillon, Ben Folsom and Cooper Lamey scored a pair of touchdowns apiece in the third-ranked Beavers’ Southwestern A win over the Yellowjackets.

Folsom scored on runs of 7 and 1 yard. Lamey scored on jaunts of 28 and 46 yards as Dillon improved to 1-0, 2-1.

Folsom ended up 13 for 18 for 205 yards through the air.

Josh Schultz was 16 for 29 for 111 yards passing for Stevensville (0-1, 2-2).

Stevensville 0 0 0 0 – 0

Dillon 15 19 7 7 – 48

D – Cooper Lamey 28 run (Taylor Cashmore kick)

D – Ben Folsom 7 run (Folsom run)

D – Austin Carver 29 pass from Folsom (Cashmore kick)

D – Folsom 1 run (kick failed)

D – Lamey 46 run (kick failed)

D – Boyd Jenne 12 pass from Folsom (Cashmore kick)

D – M.J. Simkins 9 run (Cashmore kick)

 

Frenchtown 36, Lewistown 6

At Lewistown, Kyle Cyr and Daniel Lebsock scored two touchdowns apiece to lift the Broncs to the nonconference win.

Cyr scored on a 24- and 3-yard passes from John Chapman. Lebsock found paydirt on a 33-yard run and a 15-yard interception return.

David Anderson scored the Broncs’ other TD on a 4-yard run.

Lebsock finished with 191 yards rushing while Anderson added 144. The Broncs rushed for 484 yards as a team.

Frenchtown improved to 2-1 overall. Lewistown fell to 2-2.

Frenchtown 6 16 6 8 – 36

Lewistown 0 0 6 0 – 6

F – Kyle Cyr 24 pass from John Chapman (run failed)

F – David Anderson 4 run (Logan Fisher run)

F – Cyr 3 pass from Chapman (Daniel Lebsock run)

F – Lebsock 33 run (pass failed)

L – James Derheim 2 run (run failed).

F – Lebsock 15 interception return (Cyr pass from Chapman).

 

Hamilton 35, Corvallis 0

At Corvallis, Josh Bauder amassed 270 yards and four touchdowns on a mere 11 completions in Hamilton’s Southwestern A shutout win over the Blue Devils.

Bauder found Kris Cleveland for scores of 70 and 22 yards.

Hunter Kerr and Teague Blome each took a Bauder pass for touchdown as well.

Mathew Turley had the only nonpassing touchdown of the night, finding the end zone on a 4-yard run in the second quarter. The Broncs totaled 144 rushing yards in the win.

Hamilton quarterback Brandon Butt was picked off twice while completing 10 of 19 passes for 133 yards. Butt also led the Blue Devils with 98 of the team’s 148 rushing yards.

Hamilton improved to 1-0 in conference play and 2-2 overall. Corvallis remained winless at 0-1, 0-4.

Hamilton 7 14 0 14 – 35

Corvallis 0 0 0 0 – 0

H - Kris Cleveland 70 pass from Josh Bauder (Reese Isherwood kick)

H - Hunter Kerr 15 pass Bauder (Isherwood kick)

H - Mathew Turley 4 run (Isherwood kick)

H - Cleveland 22 pass from Bauder (Isherwood kick)

H - Teague Blome 7 pass from Bauder (Isherwood kick)

 

Billings Central 47, Sidney 0

Billings Central  12 21  47 
Sidney  0  0  0  0  0

Billings Central — Jacob Stanton 4 run (kick failed), Dylan Hanser 33 pass from Stanton (pass failed), Austin Barthel 1 run (Luke Daly kick), Holden Ryan 60 pass from Stanton (Daly kick), Connor Cerkovenik 25 run (Daly kick), Cerkovenik 2 run (Daly kick), Barthel 12 run (Daly kick).

Sidney — No scoring. 


Laurel 34, Miles City 12

Laurel 14  34 
Miles City 12 

Laurel — Kameron Fisher 13 run (Fisher kick); Bryce Herman 1 run (kick failed); Hermann 30 pass from Brett Thompson (Fisher run); Herman 3 run (Fisher kick0; Fisher 6 run (kick failed).

Miles City -- Devin Begger 31 pass from Ben Herzog (kick failed); Tanner Treu 12 run (run failed).


Hardin 53, Glendive 14

Hardin 13  21  19  53 
Glendive 13   13

Hardin — Levi Butkey 6 run (Eric Sharp kick), Butkey 2 run (kick failed), Butkey 5 run (Sharp kick), Butkey 5 run (Latrell Bird kick), Butkey 2 run  (Bird kick), Steven Keaton 30 run (kick blocked), Shawn Purcell 65 run (Bird kick), Butkey 22 run (kick failed).

Glendive — Taylor Schwartz 19 pass from Tanner Schwartz (kick blocked), Tai Sokoloski 88 run (Colter Bachmaier kick).

Highlights — Levi Butkey had 19 carries for 162 yards and six touchdowns to lead the Bulldogs.

 

Laurel runs past Miles City

 

MILES CITY -- Bryce Herman and Kameron Fisher accounted for five touchdowns as Laurel ran past Miles City, 34-14, Friday night in Eastern A football.

Herman had touchdown runs of 1 and 3 yards and caught a 30-yard scoring pass from Brett Thompson. Herman finished with 106 yards rushing on 18 carries.

Fisher ran for 127 yards on 20 carries, including touchdown runs of 13 and six yards. He also ran for PAT and kicked two others.

Miles City's Devin Begger caught 10 passes for 140 yards, including a 31-yard scoring pass in the first quarter. 


Read more: http://billingsgazette.com/sports/high-school/football/laurel-runs-past-miles-city/article_7ab8763c-b527-55bc-823b-d40a7d0d3e92.html#ixzz27AfKXhVV 

 

Copperheads stun Maroons

 
Updated: September 21, 2012 at 10:08 pm
 
 
 

Anaconda scored 28 consecutive points in the fourth quarter Friday night to beat Butte Central 28-27 in a game for the ages at Bulldog Memorial Stadium.

Eric Boyd hit Cory Stanberry for a 34-yard touchdown with 32.6 seconds left then threw for the 2-point conversion to cap the comeback that stunned the homecoming crowd.

The comeback really started with 3 minutes, 39 seconds left in the game when Boyd scored on a long TD run. A 2-point conversion cut the lead to 27-14.

The Copperheads got the onside kick and one play later Boyd hit Kelly Krumm for a touchdown. Northey Tretheway blocked the PAT, but Anaconda cut the lead to 27-20 with 3:27 left.

Anaconda forced a punt to get the ball back at the BC 49-yard line with 45 seconds left. One play after picking up 15 yards on a pass interference, the Copperheads scored what turned out to be the game-winner.


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