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SAT., 01-05 GIRLS BBALL RESULTS

January 6, 2013
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

GIRLS  SAT.  01-05  
FRENCHTOWN 71 LIBBY 32*  
LOYOLA 49 POLSON 41  
HAMILTON 61 ANACONDA 35*  
LIVINGSTON 56 BUTTE CENTRAL 31
DILLON 38 STEVENSVILLE 37* 
BELGRADE 45 LEWISTOWN* 30
CONRAD 59 BROWNING 44  
HAVRE 63 SHELBY 17  
BILLINGS CENTRAL 49 MILES CITY 40*
SKYVIEW 45 LAUREL 43 OT  

 

Frenchtown 71, Libby 32

FRENCHTOWN — Frenchtown outscored Libby 23-0 in the first quarter to roll to a Northwestern A conference victory.

Hailey Craig scored 11 and Dayln Germany scored 10 to lead the Loggers (1-7, 1-2).

Libby 0 10 9 13 – 32

Frenchtown 23 11 21 14 – 71

LIBBY – Kaitlyn Gilder 3, Hannah England 2, Hailey Craig 11, Hailley Moe 6, Dayln Germany 10.

FRENCHTOWN – Abby Indreland 5, Haley Cyr 7, Vanessa Stavish 20, Shaela Wallen 4, Holly Jacobs 8, Keegan Wickman 2, Lacey Hochhalter 5, Larissa Berg 20.

Loyola 49, Polson 41

MISSOULA — Missoula Loyola outscored Polson 16-9 in the final quarter to collect a nonconference victory.

Only four players scored for Polson, but three hit double figures — Makenzie Banner, 13, Heidi Rausch, 12, and Jessica Bagnell, 10.

Polson 13 13 6 9 — 41

Loyola 11 8 14 16 — 49

POLSON – Mackenzie Banner 13, Anna DiGiallonardo 6, Jessica Bagnell 10, Heidi Rausch 12.

LOYOLA – Maggie Crippen 9, Makayla Schneider 6, Kari Tirrell 9, Maggie Mitzel 2, Olivia Round 8, Mady Dalwald 2, Skylar Hollenback 13.

 

Dillon 38, Stevensville 37

At Stevensville, Audrey Schurg hit a 3-pointer to give Dillon the lead for good in its Southwestern A win over Stevensville.

Cierra Lamey led the Beavers with 11 points.

Kayla Peterson scored 13 and Kyla Paulsen had 11 for Stevensville. The Jackets were playing without Alycia Sims, who has an injured ankle.

Stevensville fell to 2-2 in conference, 4-4 overall.

Dillon 4 9 11 14 – 38

Stevensville 8 7 8 14 – 37

DILLON – Cierra Lamey 11, Audrey Schurg 8, Rachel Nye 6, Courtney Linder 5, Shay Parke 4, Kayla Meine 2, Janet Moore 2.

STEVENSVILLE – Kayla Peterson 13, Kyla Paulsen 11, Carly Vercruyssen 9, Bailey Vercruyssen 4.

Hamilton 61, Anaconda 35

At Anaconda, Taylor Goligoski hit 12 of 24 shots from the field and finished with 31 points for the Broncs in the Southwestern A contest.

Jaylee Albert chipped in 11 points for Hamilton. The Broncs had the game under control by halftime with a 30-17 lead.

Taylor Flynn scored 13 points for Anaconda.

Hamilton 14 16 15 16 – 61

Anaconda 7 10 5 13 – 35

HAMILTON – Taylor Goligoski 31, Kali Hayes 1, Jaylee Albert 11, Brianna Huggans 8, Sami Kratofil 6, McKayl Rothie 3, Carlie Jessop 1.

ANACONDA – Taylor Flynn 13, Kiernan Gallagher 7, Natasha Strommen 6, Tyler Baustadt 8, Khali Knadler 1.

 

BC girls run past Rangers

 
Updated: January 5, 2013
 
Butte Central's Danika Neumann heads to the hoop for a bucket Saturday at the Maroon Activities Center. (Bill Foley photo) Butte Central's Danika Neumann heads to the hoop for a bucket Saturday at the Maroon Activities Center. (Bill Foley photo)

Butte Central’s 25-point win might have looked pretty good on paper, but head coach Meg Murphy would’ve liked to have seen the Maroon girls’ basketball team play a little better overall.

The play of the deeper end of the BC bench was a bright spot in the 56-31 Class A non conference win over Livingston Saturday in the Maroon Activities Center.

“A win’s a win and I’m happy in the sense we got to play a lot of kids,” Murphy gave. “But we have to get a lot better by Thursday.”

Butte Central and in-town Class AA rival Butte High will tangle on Thursday at the Civic Center for the city championship.

“Our young kids have a lot still to learn,” the coach said with a smile, hanging onto a positive from Saturday’s win. “Every time they get a chance to play, it just helps.”

Livingston never threatened. The Maroons scored the first eight points of the game on a Hannah Stajcar drive to the basket followed by two Danee Leary 3-point goals. Macy Ricketts put the Rangers on the board with a free throw 6 ½ minutes into the contest before BC backup post Aleesha LaBreche banked in a medium-range shot for a 10-1 difference at the of the quarter.

By halftime, it was a 25-11 game with Butte Central fueled by a 13-2 run through the brunt of the second period. A fierce press and Leary’s continued scoring inflicted most of the damage on Livingston.

The Maroons took a 43-17 spread into the fourth frame as the bench began contributing heavily to BC’s attack and defense in the third quarter.

The lift from the bench was welcome, Murphy, said after an energy-sapping 39-27 win at previously undefeated Southwestern A Conference rival Dillon on Friday night.

“I think coming off the Dillon game, which was a tough game, we were a little tired and sluggish and played that way,” Murphy said. “But I was pleased with the way we ran our press in the first half.”

Leary finished with 15 points and 12 rebounds to lead  Butte Central. Other scorers were Stajcar and Alysea Pica with eight points apiece, Chandra McCurdy with five, Mariah Cooney, Danika Neumann, LaBreche and Sierra Pica with four each, and Annie Ossello and Shawnee Hjelt with two apiece. Shelby Paffhausen did a good job at the point in a reserve role, and Teresa Piazzola played aggressive defense.

The Maroons held Livingston to 8-for-32 shooting from the field, and to just six shots in each of the first two quarters. Ricketts wound up as the Rangers’ leader with eight points. Mariel Kelley came off the bench to score six points and grab seven rebounds. Livingston committed 10 of its 29 turnovers in the first quarter.

LIVINGSTON –  Katie Buckley 1-3 0-0 2, Megan Schoenen 0-6 4-8 4, Macy Ricketts 2-6 3-4 8, Mia Stewart 1-2 2-2 4, Callie Ellingson 0-2 0-0 0, Emily Fochs 0-5 2-2 2, Mariel Kelley 2-5 2-2 6, Megan Hawkins 0-1 0-0 0, Meadow Ingram 2-2 0-0 5, Chelsea Woods 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 8-32 13-18 31.

BUTTE CENTRAL (7-1) — Hannah Stajcar 4-9 0-0 8, Danee Leary 4-12 4-8 15, Annie Ossello 1-3 0-0 2, Mariah Cooney 2-5 0-0 4, Alysea Pica 2-4 3-6 8, Shelby Paffhausen 0-0 0-0 0, Danika Neumann 1-5 1-2 4, Aleesha LaBreche 2-4 0-0 4, Teresa Piazzola 0-1 0-0 0, Shawnee Hjelt 1-2 0-0 2, Chandra McCurdy 2-2 0-1 5, Sierra Pica 0-0 4-4 4. Totals 19-47 12-21 56.

Livingston                 1          10           6          14  –  31

Butte Central           10          15          18         13  –  56

3-point goals — Livingston 2-9 (Schoenen 0-4, Ricketts 1-2, Stewart 0-1, Ellingson 0-1, Ingram 1-1), Butte Central 6-16 (Stajcar 0-1, Leary 3-8, A. Pica 1-1, Neumann 1-5, McCurdy 1-1).  Fouled out — Buckley. Total fouls — Livingston 17, Butte Central 16. Technicals — none. Rebounds — Livingston 30 (Kelley 7), Butte Central 29 (Leary 12). Blocks — Livingston 2 (Kelley 1, Ingram 1), Butte Central 3 (Ossello 2, S. Pica 1). Assists — Livingston 3 (Fochs 3), Butte Central 10 (A. Pica 4). Steals — Livingston 7 (Fochs 2, Schoenen 2), Butte Central 18 (A. Pica 6, Neumann 2, Cooney 2, LaBreche 2). Turnovers — Livingston 29, Butte Central 13.

 

Central girls rally to beat Miles City

MILES CITY -- Sammy Elliott had 15 points and Allie Lucas 14 as the Billings Central girls basketball team rallied for a 49-40 win over Miles City in Eastern A action on Saturday night.

Justyn Juhl added eight points and nine rebounds to help the Rams recover from a 21-13 first-quarter deficit. Central still trailed 30-24 at halftime, but pulled within 36-35 by the start of the fourth quarter.

Central (2-1 Eastern A, 4-4 overall) held Miles City (0-4, 1-5) to just four points over the final eight minutes. The Rams shot 48 percent in the second half.

Dani Finn scored 13 points to lead Miles City, which shot just 10 percent in the second half.

Billings Central 49, Miles City 40

Billings Central 13  11  11  14  49 
Miles City 21  40 

Billings Central (2-1, 4-4) — Sammy Elliott 5-13 4-6 15, Allie Lucas 6-12 0-3 14, Mariah Wittman 3-4 0-1 6, Baylee Hadley 0-1 0-0 0, Skylar Rockwell 0-0 0-0 0, Sarina Aamold 0-0 0-0 0, Morgan Lucas 0-5 0-0 0, Erika Kuehn 1-2 0-0 2, Nat Reugsegger 2-2 0-0 4, Justyn Juhl 4-12 0-0 8. Totals: 21-51 4-10 49. 3-pointers: 3 (A. Lucas 2, Elliott 1). Rebounds: 31 (Juhl 9). Assists: 1 (Elliott 1). Turnovers: 23. Blocks: 3 (Juhl 2). Steals: 10 (A. Lucas 4). Fouls: 19. Fouled out: None.

Miles City (0-4, 1-5) — Tori Swope 0-4 1-2 1, Shaylee Singleton 3-14 2-4, Alecia Chamberlin 0-5 1-2 1, Dani Finn 3-12 7-10 13, Beth Sutter 1-11 6-6 8, Ashlie Larson 2-4 1-2 6, Julie Jones 1-2 0-0 2, Halie Warren 0-0 0-0 0. Totals: 10-52 18-26 40. 3-pointers: 2 (Singleton 1, Larson 1). Rebounds: 45 (Chamberlin 8). Assists: 1 (Chamberlin 1). Turnovers: 24. Blocks: 0. Steals: 14 (Singleton 5). Fouls: 15. Fouled out: None.

 
 
Skyview girls edge Laurel in OT
 

Taven Morrison hit a 3-pointer in overtime Friday night to help Billings Skyview to a 45-43 non-conference girls basketball win over Laurel.

Skyview outscored the Locomotives 4-2 in overtime.

Vanessa Newman had 12 points for Skyview (3-4), which rebounded from a lopsided loss to Billings Senior on Thursday.

"I'm so proud of the way the girls responded after Thursday," said Skyview coach Larry Newell. "We know we're a better team than we showed Thursday ... we had to come out tonight and play with amnesia, and we did.

"We played great defense against a real good Laurel team tonight. That was the difference."

Hannah Stott added eight points and Jessica Spang seven for the Falcons.

Jayde LeFevre had 12 points and Dalayna Christenson 11 for Laurel (5-3).

Skyview travels to Bozeman on Tuesday. Laurel travels to Glendive and Sidney next Friday and Saturday.

Skyview 45, Laurel 43 (OT)

Laurel 13 4 7 17 2 43
Skyview 6 10 12 13 4 45

Laurel (5-3) – Jayde LeFevre 3 4-4 12, Allie McGrath 1 1-3 3, Leslie Gappa 2 1-2 5, Emily Smarsh 0 0-2 0, Dalayna Christenson 4 3-8 11, Bailey Love 2 2-2 6, Hailey Spitzer 1 2-4 4, Lexi Budge 1 0-0 2. Totals: 14 13-25 43. 3-pointers: LeFevre 2. Total fouls: 26. Fouled out: LeFevre, Gappa, Smarsh.

Billings Skyview (3-4) – Hannah Stott 2 6-13 8, Sara McDermott 0 0-0 0, Morgan Webster 0 0-0 0, Jessica Spang 2 3-8 7, Morgan Covington 0 0-1 0, Katie Nessan 2 1-2 6, Hailey Copinga 1 3-4 5, Taven Morrison 2 0-0 5, Vanessa Newman 3 5-8 12. Totals: 12 18-36 45. 3-pointers: Nessen, Morrison, Newman. Total fouls: 19. Fouled out: None.

 
 

Glendive 54, Wolf Point 35

(Friday)

Glendive 11  19  14  10  54 
Wolf Point 11  11  35 

Glendive — Austyn Copp 1, Annie Hill 2, Alexa Hubbard 8, Jordan Johnson 25, Morgan Opp 9, Brooke Herring 9.

Wolf Point — Mariah Weeks 4, Sonica Archdale 2, Christine Holeu 2, Emma Gourneau 8, Sarah Hafner 2, Dira Hernandez 5, Tallyn Gourneau 12.


Havre 63, Shelby 17

Shelby 10  17 
Havre 10  22  22  63 

Shelby — Katie Kellehor 2, Katie Hayes 5, Kayla Leary 7, Jessica Mahr 3.

Havre — Breck Don 4, Brandy Lambourne 15, Morgan Mazurkiewicz 7, Lacey Waid 4, Peyton Filins 15, Haley Ohiu 6, Tori Mazurkiewicz 6, Neya Bischoff 6.

 
 

Conrad…59 Browning…44

Browning…7 17 10 10 — 44

Conrad…13 18 11 15 — 59

Browning — Rachel Heptner 6, Courtney Little Dog 6, Jessica magee 2, Mariah Ingraham 3, Tiara Gilham 4, Cydnie Sharp 1, Brooke Carlson 4, Marti Eagle Feathers 14, Ashley Burd 4. Totals 14 15-36.

Conrad — Taryn Erickson 5, Hayley Orcutt 5, Makayla Barringer 5, Taylor Judisch 12, Krista Judisch 4, Morgan Van Dyke 23, Jayde Richardson 5. Totals: 20 15-27.

Total fouls — Browning 25, Conrad 24. Fouled out — Gilham, Carlson, Eagle Feathers, Orcutt, Barringer, T. Judisch. 3-pointers — Carlson, VanDyke 4.

 

Belgrade…45 Lewistown…30

Lewistown…11 12 7 0 — 30

Belgrade…10 7 18 10 — 45

Lewistown (0-6) - Mikaela Olson 4 1-3 11, Nicole Karhi 0 0-0 0, Kaylie Grover 2 0-0 4, Jessica Kinderzski 3 1-2 7, Lexie Anderson 2 2-2 6, Michelle Monger 0 0-0 0, Beth Wright 1 0-0 2, Megan Weinheimer 0 0-0 0, Jaree Mane 0 0-2 0. Totals: 12 4-9 30.

BELGRADE (4-3) - Becca Tilleman 0 0-0 0, Alexis Clingingsmith 3 2-2 8, Holly Dahinden 1 0-0 2, Leighton Hirsch 0 0-0 0, Dylan Fowler 8 1-2 21, Madison Page 3 0-0 6, Erin Singleton 0 1-2 1, Tanna Holliday 2 0-2 4, Taylor Woolman 1 1-2 3, Shaylee Ragar 0 0-0 0. Totals: 18 5-10 45.

3-point goals: Olson 2, Fowler 4. Fouls: Lew 9, Bel 14. Fouled out: none. Technicals: none.


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