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FRI., 01-04 BOYS BBALL RESULTS

January 5, 2013
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

FRI., 01-04    
BOYS      
WHITEFISH 59 EUREKA 32  
STEVENSVILLE 59 CORVALLIS 48*
HELLGATE 83 HAMILTON 42  
HAVRE 60 LEWISTOWN* 53  
BILLINGS CENTRAL 70 HARDIN* 34
GLENDIVE 82 WOLF POINT 54
LAUREL 60 MILES CITY 27*  
SIDNEY 54 PLENTYWOOD 50  

 

Whitefish 59, Eureka 32

At Eureka, the Northwestern A Bulldogs jumped out to a 22-6 lead after one quarter and rolled to the nonconference win over District 7-B Eureka.

Keaton Nicholson led Whitefish with 17 points and Jace Kalbfleisch added 13.

Tanner Blankers led Eureka with 10 points.

Whitefish 22 15 7 15 – 59

Eureka 6 6 12 8 – 32

WHITEFISH – Keaton Nicholson 17, EJ Havens 7, Brandon Maassen 2, Logan Harwood 10, Jace Kalbfleisch 13, Cooper Olson 7, AJ Wetsch 3.

EUREKA – Trey Bohne 2, Austin Perez 4, Tanner Blankers 10, Dalton Smith 7, RJ Glover 5, Cameron Griffin 1, Richard Roo 3.

Stevensville 59, Corvallis 48

At Stevensville, Jared Schultz, Zach Gavlak and Jesse Sims combined for 40 points to help the Yellowjackets sting the Blue Devils in the Southwestern A contest.

Schultz led the trio with 15 points as Stevensville ran out to a 34-23 halftime lead. Gavlak scored 13 and Sims added 12 points.

Chase Walker led Corvallis in scoring with 14 points.

Stevensville shot 23 for 44 from the field. Corvallis was 18 for 50.

Corvallis 14 9 9 16 – 48

Stevensville 16 18 13 12 – 59

CORVALLIS – Alma Powell 8, Blake Sylvester 9, Jansen Jessop 9, Chase Walker 14, Jayce Gilder 6, Andrew Leopold 2.

STEVENSVILLE – Austin Lords 5, Kadin Beller 8, Zach Gavlak 13, Jesse Sims 12, Jared Schultz 15, Chris Bergman 2, Chris Lords 4.

 

Central 70, Hardin 34

Central  9  27  23  11  70
Hardin  7  7  11  9  34

Billings Central (4-3, 1-1) — Jacob Stanton 2 2-3 6, Riley Nicholls 1 2-3 4, Ian Byorth 2 0-0 4, Garret Flaming 1 0-0 2, Connor Cerkovnik 2 0-0 4, Blayne Sandau 1 2-2 5, Colin Holetz 1 0-0 2, Bryce Hawbaker 1 0-0 2, Daniel Meyer 12 10-13 34, Dylan Hanser 3 1-2 7. Totals: 26, 17-23, 70. 3-point goals: 1 (Sandau). Fouls: 18.

Hardin (0-7, 0-4) — Gary Dawes 3 1-2 9, Machiah Not Afraid 0 2-3 2, Anthony Whiteman 2 0-1 4, Milo Paz 2 2-4 8, Jered Johnson 1 3-6 5, Curt LaForge 2 1-3 5, Kordell Cummins 0 1-2 1. Totals: 10, 10-21, 34. 3-point goals: 4 (Paz 2, Dawes 2). Fouls: 16.


Laurel 60, Miles City 27

Laurel 28 15  60
Miles City 6 12  27 

Laurel — Dylan Meccage 2 0-0 5, Keegan Reilly 0 0-0 0, Tyler Thompson 0 0-0 0, Taylor Maida 5 0-0 12, Shawn Nardella 3 0-0 8, Bryce Herman 3 1-2 9, Brett Thompson 4 3-4 13, Jake Anderson 1 0-0 2, Tyler Ward 0 2-2 2, Evan Jones 2 0-0 4, Zac Allen 0 3-8 3, Jarred Simons 1 0-0 2. Totals: 21 9-16 60. Three-point goals: 9 (Meccage, Maida 2, Nardella 2, Thompson 2, Herman 2). Fouls: 16.

Miles City — Gavin Gundlach 1 0-0 3, Austin Stradley 0 0-2, Conner Torstenbo 0 0-0 0, Brett Keith 0 0-0 0, Kyle Collins 0 0-0 0, Brac Warren 4 1-3 11, Lane Woosley 0 0-0 0, Beau Peaslee 3 1-1 7, Drew Senger 3 0-2 6, Parker Barnosky 0 0-0 0. Totals: 11 2-9 27. Three-point goals: 3 (Gundlach, Warren, Peaslee). Fouls: 15.


Sidney 54, Plentywood 50

Sidney 10 13  15  16  54 
Plentywood 15 14  12  50 

Sidney — Paul Brannon 8, Colin Moran 9, Justin Brown 11, Cody Steinbeisser 5, Caleb Benson 9, Austin Papka 5, Colton Moran 7.

Plentywood — Brady Osksa 4, Jerod McCroy 10, Nathan Woodman 4, Trey Howard 6, Jackson Marsh 18, Payden Anderson 8.


Glendive 82, Wolf Point 54

Wolf Point 15  15  17  54 
Glendive 19  21  24  18  82 

Wolf Point — Easton Copenhaver 5, Dalton Hafner 4, Hayden Hanks 3, Mervin Garfield 1, Matthew Weeks 9, Mechiah Zilkoski 23, Immanuel Winsor 4, Robbie White Hook 2, Tyson Bridges 1, Cameron Quincy 2.

Glendive — Gain McPherson 3, Ryan Hood 2, Xander Canen 3, Taylor Schwartz 2, Luke Hill 3, Blake Stanhope 19, Tanner Schwartz 7, Coltor Bachmeier 13, Bryden Boehning 23, Tanner Phipps 7.


Havre 60, Lewistown 53

Lewistown 11  20  13  53 
Havre 14  16  13  17  60 

Lewistown — Tre Bradley 2, Brock Butcher 2, Morgan Ray 4, James Derheim 11, Dylan Stenseth 14, Logan Wilcox 9, Andy Butcher 11.

Havre — Kody Hickman 2, Nate Rismon 6, Dane Warp 14, Ramsey Drew 17, Thurman Holdsclaw 5, Kade Rismon 16.

 

 

Although University of Montana head basketball coach Wayne Tinkle has led the Grizzlies to a 3-0 mark in Big Sky Conference play and 7-4 overall, it is his son, Tres, that currently holds bragging rights at the dinner table.

Tres Tinkle’s Missoula Hellgate Knights improved to a perfect 6-0 mark with their 83-42 win over Hamilton at the Hellgate gym Friday.

The standout sophomore guard put up 17 points in less than three quarters of action to go along with five rebounds, two steals and a block.

“He’s continuing to get better defensively,” Knights’ head coach Jeff Hays said. “He gets his hands on basketballs, which gets the break going.

“When we get out on transition, Tres is one of the best I’ve seen at being able to convert and then finish. His teammates do a good job of finding him and giving him the space to finish those plays.”

Although Tinkle ultimately found his points, it was junior forward Pat Colberg that sparked Hellgate to the 22-12 first quarter lead.

With the Knights holding a slim 10-8 advantage, Colberg hit his second of three 3-pointers in the opening stanza, which ignited the Hellgate squad.

Colberg scored 11 of his team’s 22 points in the first and finished with 13 in all.

“They weren’t guarding him,” Hays said. “I don’t think they expected a 6-7 kid to be able to step out and shoot like that. He’s one of those players that if he gets one (basket), he’s going to get two or three. It was fun to see him get that. We needed it.”

What followed was a 36-8 run, including a 19-0 spurt to begin the second quarter, that gave the Knights a 46-16 lead heading into halftime.

Tinkle scored eight points, came away with both of his steals and swatted away a long shot attempt in the period, which Hellgate won 24-4.

“We can’t back down for anybody, no matter if they’re a level below us,” said Tinkle in reference to his Class AA Knights taking on Class A Hamilton. “We can’t let up at all, because we have to keep maintaining good habits. We have to just play our game and keep fighting.”

Coming off a much closer 43-32 road win over Western AA foe Helena Capital on Thursday, Hellgate was able to shake off the fatigue and claim its largest margin of victory so far this season.

“It’s our second day of playing in a row, so we’re tired, but it was a good win,” Tinkle said. “Coach tells us every day in practice to just give it all you got. That’s what’s going to get the ‘W,’ so we just have to keep fighting even though we’re tired.”

Tinkle earned a rest midway through the third quarter due to the insurmountable lead he helped his team build.

The Knights led by as many as 35 with Tinkle on the court, but the lead continued to increase without him as well.

“They were moving the ball well,” said Tinkle of watching his teammates from the sideline. “In transition, they were looking for the open person. I was just cheering them on all the time. Because they’re your teammates, you’re with them all the time, so you have to be happy for them.”

Although Hays’ team earned its most lopsided victory to date, the coach continues to see possibilites for his players to improve.

“It’s a solid effort by our guys,” Hays said. “I’m pleased with their performance, but we still have a ways to go to get better.

“We need to find the adjustments we need to make defensively. Our halfcourt offense has not been very productive so far and we need to become a more efficient team in the halfcourt.”

Hellgate junior forward Kagen Khameneh finished with 15 points, including 11 in the final quarter.

Hamilton sophomore guard Ty Burt managed 17 points, tying Tinkle for the game-high.

The Broncs (1-5) have now lost four straight and are set to face Anaconda on Saturday.

The Knights will take their unbeaten mark on the road against Frenchtown on Tuesday.

 

Hamilton 12 4 17 19 42
Hellgate 22 24 19 20 83
HAMILTON – Ty Burt 5 4-5 17, Teague Blome 1 0-0 2, Kameron Kohn 2 0-0 5, Reese Isherwood 1 0-0 2, Jesse Bartels 2 0-0 5, Josh Heath 2 0-0 5, Devon Bartle 1 0-1 2, Josh Bauder 1 2-2 4. Totals 15 6-8 42.
HELLGATE – Tres Tinkle 8 1-1 17, Dylan Harvala 2 2-2 7, Brady Henthorn 2 3-3 7, Brendan Jones 3 0-0 6, Pat Colberg 5 0-0 13, Andy Nemec 1 0-0 2, Hunter Mahlum 2 0-0 5, Devin Bray 3 0-0 6, Kagen Khameneh 5 5-6 15, Kole Swartz 2 1-3 5. Totals 33 12-15 83.
3-point goals – Hamilton 6 (Burt 3, Heath, Kohn, Bartels), Hellgate 5 (Colberg 3, Harvala, Mahlum). Total fouls – Hamilton 14, Hellgate 8. Fouled out – none. Rebounds – Hamilton 14 (Bauder 3), Hellgate 31 (Swartz 6, Tinkle 5). Turnovers – Hamilton 12, Hellgate 5.

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