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SAT., 01-12 GIRLS BBALL RESULTS

January 13, 2013
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

GIRLS  SAT.,   01-12  
COLUMBIA FALLS 55 WHITEFISH 29*
FRENCHTOWN 63 ANACONDA 38
POLSON 52 LIBBY 37*  
BUTTE CENTRAL 47 CORVALLIS 34*
HAMILTON 43 DILLON 38*  
BROWNING 61 LEWISTOWN 41*  
CONRAD 38 HAVRE 35  
BILLINGS CENTRAL 41 GLENDIVE 37*
LAUREL @ SIDNEY*  PPD  
SENIOR 57 MILES CITY 42  
 
 

No. 2 Hamilton takes care of No. 5 Dillon

DILLON – In a clash of Southwestern A girls’ basketball contenders, No. 2 Hamilton had a strong second half and held on to edge No. 5 Dillon 43-38 on Saturday.

Taylor Goligoski scored 14 points for the Broncs, who outscored the Beavers 8-5 in the third quarter and 12-9 in the fourth.

Hamilton, which improved to 4-1 in conference, 9-1 overall, shot 9 for 13 from the free-throw line compared to just 4 for 8 by Dillon.

Rachael Nye was the leading scorer for the Beavers with nine points. Dillon fell to 2-2, 5-2.

Hamilton 10 13 8 12 – 43

Dillon 13 11 5 9 – 38

HAMILTON – Taylor Goligoski 14, Kali Hayes 6, Jaylee Albert 6, Bri Huggans 9, Sami Kratofil 8.

DILLON – Jannett Moore 8, Courtni Linder 7, Audrey Schurg 5, Kayla Meine 4, Tiffany Hayden 3, Cierra Lamey 2, Rachael Nye 9.

Butte Central 47, Corvallis 34

At Corvallis, Danee Leary dialed in offensively and tallied 19 points in leading the Maroons to the Southwestern A victory.

Central (5-0 conference, 8-2 overall) set the tone in the first half by jumping to a 23-9 lead. The Blue Devils (0-4, 1-8) regrouped and outscored the No. 2 Maroons in the second half, 25-24. But it was too little, too late.

Lakyn Connors led Corvallis with 12 points.

Bu. Central 12 11 16 8 – 47

Corvallis 6 3 13 12 – 34

BUTTE CENTRAL – Danee Leary 19, Alysea Pica 10, Annie Ossello 4, Danika Neumann 2, Aleesha LaBreche 2, Mariah Cooney 8, Hannah Stajcar 2.

CORVALLIS – Lakyn Connors 12, Chelsi Clark 2, Kayla Lewis 2, Breann Luedecke 4, Courtney Albright 4, Jordan Miller 4, Carlie Jessop 6.

Columbia Falls 55, Whitefish 29

At Whitefish, No. 1 Columbia Falls went to work against Northwestern A rival Whitefish and came away with a big win.

Hope Burlage and Haley Belgarde scored 12 and 11 points, respectively, to lead the Wildkats to their seventh win (3-0 in conference, 7-2 overall).

The Wildkats outscored the Bulldogs 19-6 in the first quarter and 17-4 in the fourth.

Whitefish’s Simone Craft scored 16 points to lead all scorers, but her team remained winless at 0-3, 0-9.

C. Falls 19 7 12 17 – 55

Whitefish 6 8 11 4 – 29

COLUMBIA FALLS – Summer Burlage 2, Ciera Finberg 8, Tori Price 7, Hope Burlage 12, Andrea Getts 2, Winter Kemppainen 8, Ellie Johnson 2, Haley Belgarde 11, Shannon Hay 2.

WHITEFISH – Ashlee Brewer 8, Simone Craft 16, Maura Kalbfleisch 2, Allie Schulz 1, Shannon Craft 2.

Polson 52, Libby 37

At Libby, Anna DiGiallonardo had a big game to help Polson beat Libby and get its first Northwestern A conference win.

DiGiallonardo scored 16 points for the Pirates, who overcame an eight-point halftime deficit. They outscored the Loggers 37-14 in the second half.

Hailey Craig, Dayln Germany and Devon Gallagher had eight points each to lead Libby (1-3 conference, 1-7 overall).

The Pirates improved to 1-1, 2-7.

Polson 3 12 16 21 – 52

Libby 9 14 5 9 – 37

POLSON – Mackenzie Banner 9, Tegan Bauer 10, Anna DiGiallonardo 16, Hallie Hovenkotter 2, Monika Frame 2, Heidi Rausch 13.

LIBBY – Kaitlyn Gilder 3, Hannah England 6, Hailey Craig 8, Gavvy Oliver 2, Hailley Moe 2, Dayln Germany 8, Devon Gallagher 8.

Frenchtown 63, Anaconda 38

At Frenchtown, Vanessa Stavish had a huge game to help the Broncs sting the Copperheads in the nonconference showdown.

Stavish had 15 rebounds to go along with a game-high 27 points for the double-double. She scored seven in the opening period as Frenchtown (7-3 overall) outscored Anaconda 20-2.

Kayla Blood had seven steals, six assists and three points, and Larissa Berg had 12 boards with four points for the Broncs.

Courtney Moodry scored eight to lead the Copperheads, who fell to 3-6 overall.

Anaconda 2 18 14 4 – 38

Frenchtown 20 9 16 18 – 63

ANACONDA – Taylor Flynn 4, Courtney Moodry 8, Kiernan Gallagher 3, Molly Huber 7, Natasha Strommen 5, Julia Peterson 6, Khali Knadler 4, Tyler Baustadt 1.

FRENCHTOWN – Abby Indreland 9, Haley Cyr 9, Vanessa Stavish 27, Kayla Blood 3, Holly Jacobs 11, Larissa Berg 4.

 

BC girls bounce back in Corvallis

      Updated: January 12, 2013
 
Butte Central players get read for Butte High in this file photo. Butte Central players get read for Butte High in this file photo.

CORVALLIS  — Danee Leary’s double-double led the way today as Butte Central’s girls’ basketball team bounced back from Thursday’s thrilling loss to Butte High with a 47-34 Southwestern A victory.

Leary scored 19 points and grabbed 10 rebounds in the victory, which was BC’s third in four games since the Christmas break. Alysea Pica scored 10 points, while Mariah Cooney added eight points and eight rebounds.

“It was not pretty,” BC coach Meg Murphy said. “But it’s a conference win. We’ll take it.”

The Maroons improved to 8-2 overall and 5-0 in conference play. BC is back in action Thursday at Helena High. They play at Stevensville next Saturday.

 

BILLINGS SENIOR BEATS MILES CITY--57-42

Jace Henderson scored 15 points while Taylor Mims added nine as Billings Senior defeated Miles City 57-42 in girls basketball Saturday afternoon at the Senior gym.

Senior, of the Eastern AA, trailed 9-2 early on, but eventually tied the game 13-13 by the end of the first quarter.

“From there on I felt defensively we stepped it up,” said Senior coach Doug Brakke, whose team has won five straight. “Offensively, we executed well. We looked for our shots, looked for our drive, our breaks … we just played team basketball.”

Henderson made 7 of 12 shots and also grabbed a team-high six rebounds. Kortney McNeil had five assists for Senior (8-1) and Marissa Van Atta and Jordyn Wagner had eight points each.

Mims scored her nine points in less than five minutes of playing time off the bench.

Shaylee Singleton had 16 points and seven rebounds for Miles City (1-7). The Eastern A Cowgirls also got eight points from Beth Sutter and eight from Ashlie Larson.

 

Senior 57, Miles City 42

Miles City 13  10  12  42 
Senior 13  18  10  16  57 

Miles City (1-7) — Tori Swope 1-2 0-0 3, Beth Sutter 3-8 2-2 8, Ashlie Larson 3-5 0-0 8, Shaylee Singleton 6-10 1-2 16, Halie Warren 1-1 0-0 3, Alicia Chamberlin 1-5 0-0 2, Dani Finn 1-5 0-0 2, Julie Jones 0-1 0-0 0. Totals: 16-37 3-4 42. 3-pointers: 7 (Swope 1, Larson 2, Singleton 3, Warren 1). Rebounds: 26 (Singleton 7). Assists: 0. Turnovers: 23. Blocks: 2 (Singleton 2). Steals: 5 (Sutter 2). Fouls: 11. Fouled out: None.

Billings Senior (8-1) — Sara Heard 1-1 1-1 3, Kortney McNeil 2-6 0-1 4, Alli Kieckbusch 3-8 0-0 6, Marissa Van Atta 4-11 0-1 8, Jordyn Wagner 3-6 2-2 8, Karina Bell 0-0 0-0 0, Taylor Mims 4-5 1-1 9, Katie Gorman 0-1 0-0 0, Clancee Ferrin 2-4 0-0 4, Jace Henderson 7-12 0-0 15. Totals: 26-54 4-6 57. 3-pointers: 1 (Henderson 1). Rebounds: 26 (Henderson 6). Assists: 2 (McNeil 5). Turnovers: 12. Blocks: 1 (Henderson 1). Steals: 16 (Kieckbusch 4, Henderson 4).


Hardin 74, Lodge Grass 35

Hardin  20  23 21   10  74
Lodge Grass  5  16  4  10  35

Hardin—  Joey Chavez 4, Chrissy Don't Mix 9, Adree Shield 4, Teanna Little Light 10, Kristan Dillon 6, Kanani Birdinground 13, Alyssa Big Man 14, Darrelin Left Hand 8, Anna Ware 4, Beth Rides Horse 2.

Lodge Grass — Trulyn Old Crane 21, Shantel Bear Ground 10, Otter Big Bay 2, Charmaye Old Elk 2.

 

Browning…61 Lewistown…41

Lewistown…6 17 13 5 – 41

Browning…17 6 17 21 – 61

Lewistown – Mikaela Olson 18, Nicole Karhi 4, Kailey Grover 4, Jessica Kindzerski 6, Lexie Anderson 2, Michelle Monger 2, Beth Wright 2, Jaree Mane 3. Totals: 14 10-16.

Browning – Rachel Heppner 6, Courtney Littledog 4, Jessica Magee 2, Tiara Gilham 12, Brooke Carlson 11, Marti Eaglefeathers 14, Ashley Burd 8, Brittany Wolftail 4. Totals: 27 5-16.

Total fouls: Lewistown 10, Browning 17. Fouled out: none. 3-point goals: Olson 2, Mane 1, Gilham 1, Eaglefeathers 1.

 

Conrad…38 Havre…35

Conrad…5 11 8 14 — 38

Havre…10 5 1 19 — 35

Conrad: T. Erickson, 2; H. Orcutt, 6; M. Barringer, 4; T. Judisch, 4; K. Judisch, 3; M. VanDyke, 17; J. Richardson, 2

Havre: B. Lambourne, 5; M. Mazurkiewicz, 11; L Waid, 9; P. Filius, 5; T. Mazurkiewicz, 1; N. Bischoff, 4

 

Billings Central 41, Glendive 37

GLENDIVE -- Justyn Juhl scored 16 points -- including a pair of free throws with eight seconds to play -- as she led the Billings Central Lady Rams to a 41-37 Eastern A victory over Glendive on Saturday afternoon.

It was the third consecutive win for Billings Central.

"I am proud of the way we hung in and made plays when we needed to," said Central coach Jeff Malby. "Justyn came up with a huge rebound on a free throw that they missed on purpose and hit a pair of big free throws."

The Lady Rams led by 10 at halftime, 26-16, but saw their lead shrink to 31-27 by the end of three.

"We got a nice lead in the first half," Malby added. "But we didn't shoot very well in the second half and let them back in it."

Central improves to 5-4 overall and 3-1 in the Eastern A, while Glendive falls to 5-3 and 1-2 in league play.

Billings Central 41, Glendive 37

Billings Central 10  16  10 41 
Glendive 6 10  11  10  37

Billings Central — Sammy Elliott 6, Allie Lucas 15, Justyn Juhl 16, Melissa Koerber 4.

Glendive — Austin Copp 2, Mariah Zindars 3, Sarah Temple 2, Alexa Hubbard 17, Jordan Johnson 3, Morgan Opp 8, Brooke Herring 2.


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