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FRI., 12-07 BOYS BBALL RESULTS

December 8, 2012
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

BOYS  12-07    
COLUMBIA FALLS 57 ANACONDA 45
STEVENSVILLE 84 FRENCHTOWN 60
CORVALLIS 36 LIBBY 32  
DILLON 61 POLSON 41  
RONAN 59 WHITEFISH 56  
BUTTE CENTRAL 67 BROWNING 49
MALTA 67 HAVRE 31  
BILLINGS CENTRAL 56 PARK 36
SALMON 68 HARDIN 50  
LAUREL 53 LOYOLA 46  
GLENDIVE 48 WILLISTON 33  

 

Northwestern A/Southwestern A Tip-off Tourney

Dillon 61, Polson 41

At Corvallis, Boyd Jenne and Ben Folsom shouldered much of the load as the Southwestern A Beavers cruised past Northwestern A Polson.

Jenne sank a pair of 3-pointers en route to a game-high 14 points. Folsom added 12 for Dillon, which raced to 15-point lead by halftime and combined to sink eight 3-point buckets.

Hayden Congdon tallied 12 for the Pirates.

Dillon 18 14 14 15 – 61

Polson 8 9 11 13 – 41

DILLON – Boyd Jenne 14, Trae Williams 6, Ben Folsom 12, Troy Scott 9, Chance Kluesner 8, Wyatt Holland 7, Caleb Gillis 5.

POLSON – Cedric Smith 9, Will Davey 2, Derek Peel 3, Hayden Congdon 12, Andrew Weltz 7, Cedrick Earthboy 4, Chris McDonald 2, Austin Corrigan 2.

Ronan 59, Whitefish 56

At Corvallis, Kollin Wroblewski scored 15 points to lead a quartet of Chiefs to reach double figures as District 6-B Ronan upended Northwestern A Whitefish.

Dallas Jore and Zachary Wagner each had 11 points for the Chiefs and Carston Baertsch added 10.

The Chiefs closed out the victory at the free-throw line, where they went 4 of 5 in the fourth quarter and 8 for 12 overall.

Cooper Olson and Keaton Nicholson each scored 11 for the Bulldogs.

Ronan 17 12 16 14 – 59

Whitefish 17 11 13 15 – 56

RONAN – Carston Baertsch 10, Dallas Jore 11, Tim Woll 3, Alex Quequesah 5, Zachary Wagner 11, Kollin Wroblewski 15, Daniel Aylesworth 4.

WHITEFISH – EJ Havens 2, Logan Harwood 10, Jace Kalbfleisch 9, Art Doorn 2, Cooper Olson 11, Keaton Nicholson 11, Hugh Ramlaw 7, Brandon Maassen 2, Jake May 2,

Columbia Falls 57, Anaconda 45

At Corvallis, the Wildcats pulled away in the second half to hand the Copperheads the loss.

Luke Kazlauskas scored 11 points and Nakia Alexander added 10 to lead Columbia Falls, which led just 24-21 at halftime.

Jackson Wagner and Geoff Dierenfeldt led Anaconda with 7 points apiece.

Anaconda 7 14 13 11 – 45

Col. Falls 11 13 16 17 – 57

ANACONDA – Kelly Krumm 6, Dennis Stanberry 5, Cory Stanberry 5. Jayve Barclay 3, Jade Green 4, Jackson Wagner 7, Geoff Dierenfeldt 7, Brandon Fode 8.

COLUMBIA FALLS – Alex Presnell 7, Austin Martin 4, Colin King 4, Luke Kazlauskas 11, Nakia Alexander 10, Austin Cahoon 1, Ty Morgan 9, Mason Gedlaman 4, Jared Trinastich 6, Austin Kimmett 1.

Bigfork 72, Hamilton 41

At Corvallis, three Vikings scored in double digits in their win over the Broncs.

Austin Jordt led Bigfork with 16 points, Colter Trent added 14 and Seth Roesmann chipped in 13 for Bigfork, which was 19 for 28 at the free-throw line.

Kameron Kohn led Hamilton with nine points.

Bigfork 24 14 15 19 – 72

Hamilton 11 7 13 10 – 41

BIGFORK – Austin Jordt 16, Seth Roesmann 13, Colter Trent 14, Chris Landon 9, Josh Sandry 4, Logan Lamm 1, Cam Nissen 3, Tyler Kirby 4, Chris Evans 8.

HAMILTON – Devon Bartle 6, Ty Burt 3, Teague Blome 2, Jesse Bartels 6, Josh Bauder 8, Kameron Kohn 9, John Ryter 7.

Stevensville 84, Frenchtown 60

At Corvallis, junior forward Zach Gavlak poured in 24 points in leading the Yellowjackets past the Broncs.

Key to the outcome was a 26-12 surge by Stevensville in the second period. Joining Gavlak in double figures scoring for the Yellowjackets were sophomore Jesse Sims and junior Jared Schultz, each with 12 points.

Junior guard John Chapman scored a team-high 19 points for Frenchtown.

Stevensville 19 26 21 18 – 84

Frenchtown 14 12 19 15 – 60

STEVENSVILLE – Jace Omlid 2, Trevor Zeiler 5, Christopher Bergman 5, Austin Lords 7, Kadin Beller 8, Chance Coleman 9, Zach Gavlak 24, Jesse Sims 12, Jared Schultz 12.

FRENCHTOWN – John Chapman 19, Levi Shepard 2, Dan Lebsock 8, Andrew Honken 2, Bridger Truett 7, Kyle Cyr 11, Matt Price 11.

Corvallis 36, Libby 32

At Corvallis, the Blue Devils held the Loggers scoreless in the first frame and then survived a gallant comeback bid.

Chase Walker paced Corvallis with 11 points, nine coming on three treys. Teammate Alma Powell added nine.

Libby’s Jared Winslow led all scorers with 20 points.

Corvallis 8 6 13 9 – 36

Libby 0 15 11 6 – 32

CORVALLIS – Alma Powell 9, Blake Sylvester 2, Jayce Gilder 2, Chaney Waldo 7, Jansen Jessop 5, Chase Walker 11.

LIBBY – Jared Winslow 20, Barak Lapka 1, Kraig Nelson 5, Collin Johnson 6.

Butte Central tournament

Laurel 53, Loyola Sacred Heart 46

At Butte, Eastern A Laurel grabbed an 18-7 lead over the District 6-B Rams after the first quarter, then held off a fourth-quarter rally to take the season-opening win.

Brett Thompson scored 19 points to lead the Locomotives.

JJ Anderson paced Loyola with 20.

Laurel 18 10 8 17 – 53

Loyola 7 9 8 22 – 46

LAUREL – Dylan Meccage 1, Tyler Thompson 3, Taylor Maida 3, Shawn Nardella 5, Bryce Herman 6, Brett Thompson 19, Jake Anderson 2, Tyler Ward 4, Evan Jones 9, Jared Simons 1.

LOYOLA – Tony Madsen 6, Matt McHugh 2, Zack Hollenback 2, Josh Janssen 9, JJ Anderson 20, Danner Linhart 1, Forestt Cooper 6.

 

CLASS A

Billings Central 56, Livingston 36

Livingston 14  12  36 
Billings Central 16  10  12  18  56 

Livingston — Nick Bragg 2 1-3 7, Landon Ricketts 0 2-2 2, Garrett Schwekert 2 0-0 6, Ryley Heidt 2 0-0 5, Jesse Darr 1 0-0 2, Daniel Fowlie 0 0-0 0, Colton Gavne 1 5-7 7, Marcus Payne 2 2-2 7, Joey Overstreet 0 0-0 0. Totals: 10 10-14 36. 3-point goals: Bragg 2, Schwekert 2, Heidt, Payne. Fouls: 17. Fouled out: Payne.

Billings Central — Jacob Stanton 3 4-8 10, Riley Nichols 1 0-0 3, Holden Ryan 0 0-0 0, Ian Byorth 1 1-2 3, Garrett Flaming 2 1-2 7, Connor Cerkovnik 0 0-0 0, Blayne Sandau 2 0-0 6, Colin Holetz 0 0-0 0, Bryce Hawbaker 1 0-0 2, Daniel Meyer 8 2-3 18, Dylan Hanser 3 0-0 7. Totals: 21 8-15 56. 3-point goals: Nichols, Flaming 2, Sandaue 2, Hanser. Fouls: 20.


 


Salmon, Idaho 68, Hardin 40

Salmon 14  21  11  16  68 
Hardin 14  10  10  16  40 

Salmon — Derek Dable 9, Derek Smith 8, Jaceb Deet 3, Jacob Shidley 13, Jedd Tibbetts 13, Jayden Infanger 13, Phillip Murphy 4.

Hardin — Jared Johnson 5, Gary Daives 1, Anthony Whiteman 9, Vert LaForge 6, Melvin Ware 2, Mila Paz 16, Keen WhiteWolf 2, Kordell Cummins 4, Oliver Wallace 5.


Glendive 48, Williston (ND) 33

Williston 9 10  33 
Glendive 9 15  13  11  48 

Williston — Jace Ritzke 3, Jayden Ferguson 16, Quinn Wehlstrom 3, Seth Falcon 3, Brennan Goldade 6, Josh Drew 2.

Glendive — Ryan Hood 4, Xander Canen 2, Taylor Schwartz 4, Blake Stanhope 12, Tanner Schwartz 8, Colter Bachmeier 5, Bryden Boehning 9, Tanner Phipps 4.



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Maroons start fast, rout Indians

 
Updated: December 7, 2012
 
Butte Central's Brady Tippett drive for a basket in the first quarter of the Maroons won over Browning Friday night at the Butte Civic Center. (Bill Foley photo)Butte Central's Brady Tippett drive for a basket in the first quarter of the Maroons won over Browning Friday night at the Butte Civic Center. (Bill Foley photo)

The season couldn’t have started any better for the Butte Central boys’ basketball team.

The Maroons hit their first three shots — all 3-pointers — and BC never trailed in a 67-49 win over Browning Friday night at the Butte Civic Center. The game was the nightcap of the Butte Central Tip-Off Tournament.

“They came out and zone us, and we found open shooters,” said BC senior Brady Tippett, who scored a game-high 22 points. “We have good shooters. We can knock down shots.”

Junior Nate Bolstad hit a 3-pointer from the baseline to get the Maroons started.

The next time down court, Tippett knocked down a three pointer. The next time it was junior Kale Guldseth.

Tippett said the big lead allowed the Maroons to settle into the game.

“You’re more confident, obviously, when you make your first couple of shots,” Tippett said. “You get your first one down, and you’re ready to play.”

When the Maroons finally missed a shot, Bolstad got the rebound for a putback and an 11-0 run.

“Nate’s been playing great offensively in practice, and Kale is miles ahead of where he is last year,” Tippett said. “He’s a great player.”

Butte Central led 16-2 with 3 minutes left in the first quarter.

“You couldn’t ask for a better start really,” BC coach Brodie Kelly said. “The guys found the open man, were ready to shoot, were in the right spots. Everybody sees the made shot, but there was some good plays to get those shots first. Guys were doing things right.”

Danny Peoples hit one of his two 3-pointers in the first quarter, and Butte Central led 23-11 after the first eight minutes. The Maroons rolled into the locker room with a 44-19 lead over the Indians, BC’s biggest rival for all those years the Maroons played in the Central A Division.

Tippett scored 13 points in the first half, while Peoples and Bolstad each scored eight.

The Indians outscored made things interesting in the second half, pulling to within 14 points. The Maroons, though made sure it didn’t get too interesting.

“They’re going to come back, they’re always one of those teams,” Tippett said of Browning. “I was telling people right after halftime, I said ‘Don’t let up because Browning is going to come back.’”

Deejay Lazyboy hit two 3-pointers and scored 10 of his team-leading 15 points in the second half.

“It’s hard to play with a 25-point lead,” Kelly said. “Browning, to their credit, plays hard, and they hit some tough shots in the second half.”

Emmett McCarthy, a senior who came off the bench, scored 12 points for the Maroons, while Bolstad ended with 10.  Marcus Ferriter joined Peoples with eight points.

Kelly praised Ferriter, a 6-foot-3 sophomore.

“I don’t know what the stats were, but I know he had a ton of rebounds,” Kelly said. “And his energy level, he kept so many balls alive. He was diving on the floor, he was boxing out well. He did a lot of good things.”

Guldseth scored seven points, while Connor McGree, who started, and Dalton Session contributed to the win.

“We had great balance,” Kelly said. “I loved our rotation in the first half. Dalton, Danny and Emmett came in and gave us good minutes.”

Kelly was able to empty his bench and get all 12 players in the book on the court. Jimmy Martz hit a pair of free throws, while Kaemen Richards, Wyatt Kingston and Chad Peterson also saw time.

“It was a good first game,” Kelly said.

Tippett said a lopsided win over the Indians definitely gets the 2012-13 season off on the right foot.

“They’re a great team, a great program,” Tippett said. “To beat them like that was a big step for us.”

The Maroons are back in action Saturday. They play perennial Class A contender Laurel at 2:30 p.m. at the MAC.

BROWNING (0-1) — Dan Hall 0 3-4 3, Issac MKay 2 0-0 4, Clarence McNabb 3 0-1 6, Deejay Lazyboy 6 0-1 15, Jalen Croff 3 2-2 9, Wyatt Madplume 0 0-0 0, George Hall 1 2-2 5, Rylee Heavyrunner 1 0-0 2, Jake Bell 0 1-2 1, Trever Gray 0 1-2 1, Emmett Dustybull 1 0-0 3. Totals 17 10-15 49.
BUTTE CENTRAL (1-0) — Kale Guldseth 1 4-9 7, Connor McGree 0 0-0 0, Brady Tippett 6 9-14 22, Marcus Ferriter 3 2-3 8, Nate Bolstad 3 3-3 10, Danny Peoples 3 0-0 8, Dalton Sessions 0 0-1 0, Emmett McCarthy 4 4-4 12, Kaemen Richards 0 0-0 0, Wyatt Kingston 0 0-0 0, Jimmy Martz 0 2-2 2, Chad Peterson 0 0-0 0. Totals 20 24-36 67.
Browning        11     8   18   12 — 49
Central            23   21   11   13 — 67

3-point goals — Browning 6 (Lazyboy 3, Croff 2, Hall), BC 5 (Peoples 2, Guldseth, Tippett, Bolstad). Fouls — Browning 27, BC 17. Fouled out — none. Technical — Lazyboy.


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