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SAT., 12-15 BOYS BBALL RESULTS

December 16, 2012
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

SAT., 12-15    
BOYS      
COLUMBIA FALLS 72 FRENCHTOWN 67
FLATHEAD 66 LIBBY 49  
POLSON 41 HAMILTON 34  
BELGRADE 75 BROWNING 59  
BUTTE CENTRAL 61 ANACONDA 40
GLENDIVE 66 COLSTRIP 38  
MILES CITY 58 HARDIN 38  
LAUREL 58 COLUMBUS 33  
LEWISTOWN 64 HUNTLEY PROJECT 45
PARK 52 HAVRE 44    

 

Basketball roundup: West hits 29 points in Flathead’s victory over Libby

Posted: Saturday, December 15, 2012

LIBBY — Garth West scored 15 of his game-high 29 points in the opening quarter as Flathead rolled past Libby 66-49 in boys basketball nonconference play Saturday afternoon.

West scored all but six of Flathead’s first-quarter points.

Class AA Flathead (2-1) led 45-27 at halftime.

Jared Winslow had an equally impressive scoring effort for Class A Libby (0-3). He drained five 3s en route to a 21-point showing.

Flathead’s Blaine Newman and Libby’s Kraig Nelson both tallied 11 points.

Flathead 21 24 10 11 — 66

Libby 17 10 7 15 — 49

FLATHEAD — Blaine Newman 4 0-0 11, Matt Tokarz 1 0-0 2, Chandler Escalante 3 0-0 8, Matt Quist 3 0-0 6, Shea Schroeder 4 1-2 9, Garth West 14 1-1 29. Totals: 29 1-3 66.

LIBBY — Colin Johnson 0 1-2 1, Dan Leggins 3 0-0 7, Willie Reichel 2 0-0 4, Jared Winslow 7 5-6 24, Barak Lapka 1 0-0 2, Kraig Nelson 5 0-0 11.

Totals: 18 6-8 49.

3-point goals—Newman (3), Escalante (2), West; Leggins, Winslow (5), Nelson. Team fouls—Flathead 11, Libby 9; Fouled out—None.

Polson 41, Hamilton 34

HAMILTON — Cedric Smith dropped in 13 points and Riley Sampson 11 to lead Polson to a Class A nonconference victory in Hamilton.

Polson (2-1) doubled the score on Hamillton in the opening quarter, leading 12-6, and that lead held up for the remainder of play.

Reese Isherwood and Jesse Bartels both tallied 10 points for Hamilton.

Polson 12 8 10 11 — 41

Hamilton 6 7 11 10 — 34

POLSON — Cedric Smith 13, Will Davey 4, Cedric Earthboy 3, Dylan Kelley3, Hayden Congdon 5, Riley Sampson 11, Derek Peck 2.

HAMILTON — Josh Bauder 4, Kameron Kohn 2, John Ryter 4, Reese Isherwood 10, Jesse Bartels 10, Teague Blome 4.

Columbia Falls 72, Frenchtown 67

COLUMBIA FALLS — Columbia Falls closed with a 14-0 run in the final 1:40 of play to upend Frenchtown in Northwestern A conference play.

Frenchtown led 67-58 before Columbia Falls (3-1, 1-0) rallied.

Frenchtown opened the game with a 15-1 run.

“The key for us was cutting the lead to five by the end of the quarter,” Columbia Falls coach Cary Finberg said.

Frenchtown led 31-30 at the half.

Jared Trinastich scored 17 of his game-high 19 points for Columbia Falls in the first half.

Alex Presnell netted 14 of his 16 points in the second half.

Finberg said two sophomores — Ty Morgan, eight points, and Austin Kimmet, five points — were key contributors.

“They came through for us,” he said.

“We made some plays down the stretch with steals and turnovers.”

Frenchtown 20 11 24 12 — 67

Columbia Falls 15 15 22 20 — 72

FRENCHTOWN — John Chapman 23, Levi Shepherd 4, Daniel Lebsock 8, Andrew Honzen 1, Bridger Truett 8, Kyle Cyr 10, Matt Price 7, Jordan Moe 4, Bobby Erbaugh 2.

COLUMBIA FALLS — Alex Presnell 16, Austin Martin 3, Colin King 4, Luke Kazlauskas 12, Ty Morgan 8, Logan Williams 1, Mason Gedlaman 4, Jared Trinastich 19, Austin Kimmet 5.

 

Laurel 58, Columbus 33

Columbus 7 16 4 33
Laurel 16 21  13  58 

Columbus — Anthony Panella 17, Brady Wiggs 2, Kade Osborne 12, Daniel Wiggs 2.

Laurel (4-0) — Tyler Thompson 3, Taylor Maida 5, Shawn Nardella 4, Bryce Herman 8, Brett Thompson 20, Jake Anderson 2, Tyler Ward 1, Evan Jones 10, Zac Allen 4, Jared Simons 1.


Miles City 58, Hardin 38

Miles City 15 15  20  58 
Hardin 6 6 14  12   38

Miles City — Gavin Gundlach 1, Austin Stradley 11, Conner Torstenbow 1, Brett Keith 6, Troy Burke 2, Brac Warren 18, Lane Woosley 2, Beau Peaslee 15, Drew Singer 2.

Hardin (0-5) — Jared Johnson 2, Gary Dawes 7, Machiah Not Afraid 7, Anthony Whiteman 2, Kurt LaForge 4, Melvin Ware 2, Milo Paz 5, Kordell Cummins 1, Oliver Wallace 8.


Livingston 52, Havre 44

Havre 17  11  44 
Livingston 13 13  17  52 

Havre — K. Hickman 3, N. Risman 2, D. Warp 23, R. Drew 7, T. Holdsclaw 5, K. Risman 4.

Livingston — Nick Bragg 2, Ladan Ricketts 4, Garrett Schweigert 3, Ryley Heidt 2, Jesse Darr 18, Daniel Fowlie 2, Marcus Payne 21.


Belgrade 75, Browning 59

Browning 9 22  12  16  59 
Belgrade 13  19  15  28 75 

Browning — Dan Hall 3 0-1 6, Issac McKay 1 0- 3, Wyatt Madplum 6 3-7 15, George Hall 1 7-9 9, Rylee Heavyrunner 1 0-0 2, Clarence McNabb 0 0-0 0, Jake Bell 0 0-0 0, Trevor Gray 1 0-0 2, Emmette Dustybull 0 0-0 0, Deejay Lazyboy 6 3-6 17, Jalen Croff 1 2-2 5. Totals: 20 15-25 59.

Belgrade — Jeremy Ragar 6 8-8 21, Drew Fowler 0 1-4 4, Brandon Stubbs 1 0-0 2, Ryan Townsend 1 2-4 4, Jared Bryant 1 4-11 6, Brandon Karnath 3 7-12 14, Shiloh Christopher 4 1-4 9, Trevor Mahn 6 3-5 18. Totals: 22 26-48 75.



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Guldseth sparks BC win

 
Updated: December 15, 2012 
Butte Central's Dalton Sessions goes up for a shot and is fouled by Anaconda's Jackson Wagner Saturday night at the Maroon Activities Center. (Bill Foley photo)Butte Central's Dalton Sessions goes up for a shot and is fouled by Anaconda's Jackson Wagner Saturday night at the Maroon Activities Center. (Bill Foley photo)

Calling it a breakout game doesn’t do it justice.

Butte Central junior guard Kale Guldseth scored a career-high 24 points Saturday night to lead the way as the Maroons beat Anaconda 61-40 in a Southwestern A boys’ basketball game at the Maroon Activities Center.

Guldseth, who scored a total of 16 points in Butte Central’s first three games, buried five 3-pointers, four of which came in the second half.

“I’ve had a tough year,” Guldseth said. “I haven’t been hitting the shots. Tonight I came out and I felt like I had a certain confidence, and I hit the shots that were open. My teammates got me open.”

Guldseth’s previous high point total came last Dec. 20 when he tossed in 16 points in a win at Hamilton.

Friday’s 24 points, though, only begin to tell the story Guldseth had for the Maroons.

“He wreaked havoc defensively and bailed us out tonight,” Butte Central coach Brodie Kelly said. “I’m not sure without him we would have won. He was making a ton of plays for us.”

Still, the Copperheads, under first-year head coach Bill Hill, wouldn’t go away quietly. The Maroons needed a big fourth quarter to secure their 100th win over their arch rival. (Anaconda still leads 118-100 in a series that dates back to 1916.)

Butte Central led 31-20 at halftime, before Anaconda made a run in the third quarter. The Copperheads pulled to within 38-36 after a Bradon Fode put back and a Cory Stanberry bucket late in the third.

Connor McGree stopped the bleeding with a three-point play with 3 seconds left in the frame, to give BC a 41-36 cushion.

In the fourth quarter, it was all Maroons.

Brady Tippett turned a Ferriter pass into a three-point play to start the fourth quarter. The play kicked off a 9-2 run that gave the Maroons a 50-38 lead when Tippett scored off a nice pass from Guldseth.

After Stanberry took a steal for a bucket to make it 50-40, Tippett drove for a bucket to start an 11-0 run to close out the game.

In all, Tippett scored 11 of his 17 points in the fourth quarter.

“When we’re clicking it’s usually because of him,” Guldseth said of Tippett, BC’s leading scorer.

Ferriter scored six points for the Maroons, while Nate Bolstad and Emmett McRthy scored four and McGree and Dalton Sessions each scored three.

Wyatt Kingston, Jimmy Martz, Kaemen Richards and Chad Peterson also contributed for the Maroons, who improved to 2-2 overall and 1-1 in conference.

Brandon Fode, Jackson Wagner and Cory Stanberry each scored 10 points to lead the Copperheads, who looked much better than their 0-4 record.

“Bill has done a great job with these guys,” Kelly said. “They’re playing hard and playing organized, and they were tough tonight.”

Kelly said his team has “a little bit of schizophrenia.” The coach pointed to the Maroons nearly overcoming an awful first half in Thursday’s 62-61 loss at Stevensville as an example.

“You saw how good we can be in the fourth quarter and how bad we can be in the third,” Kelly said. “We were similar in Stevi. We’ve got to get that figured out.”

The Maroons will have to figure that out on the fly. Tuesday they jump right back into Southwestern A play when up-and-coming Hamilton visits the MAC.

ANACONDA — Eli Mathais 0 0-2 0, Dennis Stanberry 0 4-10 4, Jackson Wagner 3 1-2 10, Geoff Dierenfeldt 1 0-0 2, Brandon Fode 5 0-0 10, Cory Stanberry 5 0-0 10, Jade Green 2 0-0 4, Caleb Stetzner 0 0-0 0, Kelly Krumm 0 0-1 0. Totals 16 5-15 40.
BUTTE CENTRAL (2-2, 1-1) — Kale Guldseth 8 3-4 24, Connor McGree 1 1-2 3, Brady Tippett 7 1-1 17, Marcus Ferriter 3 0-2 6, Nate Bolstad 2 0-2 4, Emmett McCarthy 2 0-0 4, Dalton Sessions 1 1-3 3, Wyatt Kingston 0 0-0 0,Jimmy Martz 0 0-0 0, Kaemen Richards 0 0-0 0, Chad Peterson 0 0-0 0. Totals 24 6-13 61.
Anaconda                    8   12   16    4 — 40
Central                        17   14   10  20 — 61

3-point goals — Anaconda 3 (Wagner 3), BC 7 (Guldseth 5, Tippett 2). Fouls — Anaconda 16, BC 21. Fouled out — Guldseth. Technical — Tippett.

 

Laurel boys run away from Columbus, 58-33

 

LAUREL -- Brett Thompson registered a double-double and Evan Jones added 10 points as Laurel ran away from Class B Columbus, 58-33, on Saturday night in Laurel.

Laurel opened the game on a 12-0 run and never looked back as it led 24-13 at halftime.

Thompson hit three 3-point shots on his way to a game-high 20 points and also hauled in 10 points as the Locomotives improved to 4-0.

Anthony Panella scored 17 points -- including 13 in the second half -- to pace the Cougars as they dropped to 2-2.



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