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SAT., 01-12 BOYS BBALL RESULTS

January 13, 2013
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

SAT., 01-12    
BOYS      
WHITEFISH 50 COLUMBIA FALLS 35*
FRENCHTOWN 63 ANACONDA 56
LIBBY 48 POLSON 47*  
BUTTE CENTRAL 69 CORVALLIS 44*
DILLON 50 HAMILTON 48*  
BROWNING 82 LEWISTOWN 59*  
CONRAD 50 HAVRE 46  
BILLINGS CENTRAL 41 GLENDIVE 38*
LAUREL V SIDNEY* PPD  
MILES CITY @ BROADUS  

 

Prep boys' basketball: Whitefish knocks off No. 3 Columbia Falls

 

WHITEFISH – Logan Harwood scored 14 points and the Whitefish Bulldogs played stout defense to upset No. 3 Columbia Falls 50-35 in a Northwestern A boys’ basketball game Saturday.

Whitefish and Columbia Falls went into halftime tied at 19 apiece, but the Bulldogs went on a 12-3 run in the third quarter.

E.J. Havens fueled the fire in the third, going 3-for-4 from the field with two 3-pointers. He scored all of his eight points in the surge.

Jared Trinastich led Columbia Falls with 13 points. He was the only Wildcat in double figures.

Whitefish improved to 2-1 in conference and 6-3 overall – the same record as Columbia Falls.

C. Falls 7 12 3 13 – 35

Whitefish 9 10 12 18 – 50

COLUMBIA FALLS – Alex Presnell 7, Grant Stienger 1, Austin Martin 3, Colin King 2, Luke Kazlauskas 4, Nakia Alexander 2, Ty Morgan 1, Mason Gedlaman 2, Jared Trinastich 13.

WHITEFISH – Keaton Nicholson 2, E.J. Havens 8, Logan Harwood 14, Jace Kalbfleisch 6, Art Doorn 5, Cooper Olson 9, A.J. Wetch 2, Jake May 4.

Libby 48, Polson 47

At Libby, Jared Winslow hit a 3-pointer with 5 seconds left to lift the Loggers to the Northwestern A win.

Winslow scored 15 points for Libby (1-3 in league, 4-6 overall), 12 coming in the second half. Barak Lapka added 13 points and Kraig Nelson 10 for the Loggers.

Riley Sampson and Will Davey had 11 points each for Polson (0-2, 3-5). Cedrick Earthboy added 10 for the Pirates.

Polson 13 10 13 11 – 47

Libby 9 9 17 13 – 48

POLSON – Will Davey 11, Cedrick Earthboy 10, Chris McDonald 1, Hayden Congdon 4, Riley Sampson 11, Derek Peel 3, Dylan Kelley 7.

LIBBY – Jared Winslow 15, Barak Lapka 13, Kraig Nelson 10, Dan Leggins 7, Collin Johnson 3.

Frenchtown 63, Anaconda 56

At Anaconda, big games from John Chapman, Dan Lebsock and Matt Price helped the Broncs take down the Copperheads in the nonconference bout.

Lebsock scored 17 points and Chapman and Price had 15 points apiece to lead Frenchtown to its sixth win in 10 tries.

Anaconda pulled within three headed into the fourth quarter, but Frenchtown outscored the Copperheads by four in the fourth.

Anaconda’s Jackson Wagner and Brandon Fode reached double figures with 12 and 10 points, respectively. The Copperheads fell to 1-7 overall.

Frenchtown 18 13 11 21 – 63

Anaconda 16 10 13 17 – 56

FRENCHTOWN – John Chapman 15, Levi Shepard 6, Dan Lebsock 17, Kyle Cyr 1, Matt Price 15, Andrew Honken 1, Bridger Truett 8.

ANACONDA – Dennis Stanberry 9, Jackson Wagner 12, Geoff Dierenfeldt 6, Brandon Fode 10, Drew Conrady 3, Cory Stanberry 12, Jade Green 4.

Butte Central 69, Corvallis 44

At Butte, Marcus Ferriter led four Maroons in double figures as they topped the Blue Devils in the nonconference contest.

Along with Ferriter’s 16 points, Brady Tippett scored 12 and Nate Bolstad and Danny Peoples had 11 points apiece.

Butte Central led by three at the end of the first, but kept the pedal down to outscore Corvallis 54-32 the rest of the way.

Chase Walker and Alma Powell scored 11 and 10 points, respectively, for the Blue Devils, who fell to 1-7 overall.

Corvallis 12 8 13 11 – 44

Bu. Central 15 16 16 22 – 69

CORVALLIS – Alma Powell 10, Jayce Gilder 7, Jansen Jessop 8, Blake Sylvester 2, Chase Walker 11, Chaney Waldo 7.

BUTTE CENTRAL – Brady Tippett 12, Kale Guldseth 7, Connor McGree 3, Marcus Ferriter 16, Nate Bolstad 11, Dalton Sessions 6, Danny Peoples 11, Emmett McCarthy 3.

Dillon 50, Hamilton 48

At Hamilton, the Beavers managed to eke out a close game against the Broncs in a Southwestern A clash.

Ben Folsom scored 16 points for Dillon, six of which came in the decisive fourth quarter. Dillon and Hamilton were tied at 37-37 headed into the final period.

Boyd Jenne had 18 points to lead the Beavers, who improved to 3-1 in conference, 6-1 overall.

Hamilton’s Kameron Kohn and Reese Isherwood had 12 points apiece to lead the Broncs. Teague Blome added 10 for Hamilton, which fell to 2-3, 2-8.

Dillon 5 20 12 13 – 50

Hamilton 7 18 12 11 – 48

DILLON – Boyd Jenne 18, Ben Folsom 16, Austin Carver 2, Troy Scott 4, Wyatt Holland 6, Caleb Gillis 4.

HAMILTON – Teague Blome 10, Josh Bauder 8, Kameron Kohn 12, Reese Isherwood 12, Jesse Bartels 6.

 

Maroons cruise past Blue Devils

Updated: January 12, 2013
Tippett

Butte High always seems to bring out the best in the Butte Central Maroons.

In their nine years under head coach Brodie Kelly, the Maroons have taken off on a tear following a game against their cross-town rival, win or lose.

This year, the Maroons appear primed for a hot streak again.

Two days after beating the Bulldogs for the third straight year, BC clicked offensively in front of a ho-hum crowd Saturday afternoon at the Maroon Activities Center. The result was a 69-44 Southwestern A victory over Corvallis.

“After the Butte High game, we play with a lot of emotion,” said BC senior  Brady Tippett, one of four Maroons who scored in double figures. “I just think we’re practicing hard and getting better every day. That’s our main focus right now. We’ve got to keep getting better.”

Sophomore Marcus Ferriter, a 6-foot-3 sophomore post, scored a career-high 16 points to lead the Maroons, who won their third straight game.

“He rebounds hard, he defends well he’s a lot to handle down in the post,” Tippett said of his big teammate. “He has some good moves.”

Tippett scored 12 points, while Danny Peoples, who came off the bench, and Nate Bolstad each tossed in 11.

“Our offense was really good tonight,” Kelly said. “I was happy with shot selection; I was happy we got in the lane. In the first quarter, we were chucking a lot of threes. Then we started to get into the lane a little more with penetration by Brady and then Marcus got some touches.”

Ferriter turned a three-point play before Kale Guldseth sank a 3-pointer to give the Maroons the lead for good at 6-5.

Central led 15-12 after the first quarter, and the Maroons broke the game open by with eight straight points to open the second quarter. Back-to-back inside hoops by Ferriter capped that run.

BC led 31-20 halftime, and the Maroons closed the third quarter with another eight-point run.

Junior forward Chase Walker scored 12 points to lead a feisty Corvallis team that wouldn’t go away. Junior guard Alma Powell added 11.

“We still can play better,” Tippett said. “They got a lot of offensive rebounds on us, and our defense wasn’t that great. Our energy was low.”

The energy of the entire arena was low. The 50/50 winner only took home $10, and the TV showing the Broncos-Ravens game in the lobby took away some of the crowd focus.

“Tonight was kind of a lethargic defensive effort,” Kelly said. “It was kind of a quiet crowd. Defensively that kind of translated into more reacting than getting out and anticipating like we normally do.”

The BC offense, though, was easily enough to get the win, which lifted the Maroons to 7-3 overall and 3-2 in conference.

Guldseth tossed in seven points in the win, while Dalton Sessions scored six and Connor McGree and Emmett McCarthy each scored three.

Wyatt Kingston and Chad Peterson also played for the Maroons, who face two tough games next week.

The Maroons play host to Helena High in a non-conference game Thursday. Saturday, the Maroons will play host to Stevensville in a pivotal conference game.

The Bengals and Yellowjackets might be catching the Maroons at the worst possible time.

CORVALLIS (1-8, 0-4) — Alma Powell 4 2-2 11, Jayce Gilder 3 1-1 7, Chaney Waldo 1 5-5 7, Jasen Jessop 2 0-0 6, Chase Walker 5 1-1 12, Blake Sylvester 1 0-0 2, Brady Tuttle 0 0-0 0, Andrew Leopold 0 0-0 0. Totals 16 9-9 44.
BUTTE CENTRAL (7-3, 3-2) — Kale Guldseth 3 0-0 7, Connor McGree 1 1-1 3, Brady Tippett 6 0-0 12, Marcus Ferriter 7 2-3 16, Nate Bolstad 2 5-5 11, Danny Peoples 5 1-1 11, Emmett McCarthy 1 1-2 3, Dalton Sessions 2 2-2 6, Wyatt Kingston 0 0-0 0, Chad Peterson 0 0-0 0. Totals 26 12-16 69.
Corvallis         12     8   13   11 — 44
Central            15   16   16   22 — 69

3-point goals — Corvallis 5 (Jessop 2, Powell, Walker), BC 5 (Bolstad 2, Peoples 2, Guldseth). Fouls — Corvallis 13, BC 6. Fouled out — none. Technicals — none.

 

Hard-fought win

Not all big plays are made on the offensive end of the court.

Billings Central made just enough plays — mostly on the defensive end — to gut out a 41-38 boys basketball win over Glendive on Saturday night at Central’s Nelles Center.

“A win is a win,” said Central coach Jim Stergar, whose team improved to 6-3 overall and 3-1 in the Eastern A. “We were totally out of sync on offense most of the night … I blame myself for that, for not having the kids prepared.

“But we did what we had to do to win. I take my hat off to our kids. We didn’t execute an offense … we missed 12 free throws … but these kids know how to win.”

Glendive’s 6-foot-10 junior Bryden Boehning was the best player on the floor, scoring 17 points through three quarters and holding Central’s 6-9 standout Daniel Meyer to 12 points.

But Meyer and the Rams held Boehning scoreless in the fourth quarter, helping the Rams finish the game on a 7-0 run after Glendive took a 38-34 lead on a Colter Bachmeier 3-pointer with 4:20 left.

“They do a good job of running their offense and getting (Boehning) the ball,” said Central’s Jacob Stanton, who finished with 10 points and seven assists. “We did a better job of denying him the ball and keeping him off the offensive boards in the fourth quarter.

“They’re a good team. We knew it was going to be a tough game and we had to keep our poise … we didn’t do that the whole game, but we did in the fourth quarter. We played just well enough to win.”

Central took the lead for good at 39-38 on a Blayne Sandau 3-pointer with 3:28 left. From there, the Rams were able to grind it out, adding a Connor Cerkovnik free throw with 26.5 left and a Sandau free throw with 3.9 left.

As the Red Devils rushed the ball up the court for a final shot, Taylor Schwartz had a good look at a potential game-tying 3-pointer, but his runner from the right wing bounced off the rim.

“We made some mistakes down the stretch that we don’t normally make,” said Glendive coach Wade Murphy, whose team is now 7-2 overall and 3-1 in the Eastern A. “Central went into that zone in the fourth quarter and we didn’t handle it very well … we didn’t attack it like we should have.

“Our kids will learn from this and move on. Central is a good team … we had a chance to win if we make a few more plays and avoid a few mistakes. Our kids know that, and they’ll learn from it.”

Boehning finished with 17 points — including 9 of 10 from the free-throw line — and had 13 rebounds and five blocks.

Bachmeier added eight points for the Red Devils, who are now 7-2 overall and 3-1 in the Eastern A.

Meyer had 12 points and 10 rebounds. Stanton added 10 points and Sandau eight for the Rams.

Central hosts Eastern A leader Laurel (8-0, 3-0) on Friday night at the Nelles Center. Laurel defeated the Rams 70-48 in their first meeting this season.

 

Central 41, Glendive 38

Glendive 10 13 8 7 38
Central 11 11 6 13 41

Glendive (7-2, 3-1) — Ryan Hood 0 0-1 2, Colter Bachmeier 2 2-2 8, Tanner Schwartz 1 0-2 2, Bryden Boehning 4 9-10 17, Tanner Phipps 1 0-0 2, Gavin McPherson 1 0-0 3. Totals: 12 11-15 38. 3-pointers: Bachmeier 2, McPherson 1. Total fouls: 18. Fouled out: Bachmeier.

Billings Central (6-3, 3-1) — Garrett Flaming 0 0-0 0, Blayne Sandau 2 3-4 8, Dylan Hanser 2 0-1 4, Jacob Stanton 4 2-5 10, Daniel Meyer 4 4-7 12, Ian Byorth 1 2-4 4, Riley Nichols 0 0-0 0, Connor Cerkovnik 1 1-2 3. Totals: 14 12-23 41. 3-pointers: Sandau 1, Stanton 1. Total fouls: 17. Fouled out: None.

 
 

Miles City 62, Broadus 37

Miles City 20  16  19  62 
Broadus 10  37 

Miles City — Brach Warren 19, Lane Woosley 9, Brett Keith 9, Austin Stradley 6, Gavin Gunlach 5, Troy Burk 5, Beau Peaslee 4, Timmy Regan 3, Drew Senger 2.

Broadus — James Riley 19, Justin Lemke 2, Garrett Gaskill 8, Sam Ward 5, Bryden Buhmann 3

 

Browning…82 Lewistown…59

Browning…22 15 18 27 — 82

Lewistown…14 14 14 17 — 59

Browning — Dan Hall 15, Wyatt Mad Plume 9, Rylee Heavy Runner 3, Clarence McNabb 4, Jake Bell 11, Trevor Gray 5, Emmette Dusty Bull 6, DeeJay Lazy Boy 15, Jalen Croff 10, Sam Croff 4. Totals 33 9-13

Lewistown — Brock Butcher 6, Morgan Ray 14, Jame sDerhaim 6, Dylan Stenseth 12, Logan Wilcox 5, Andy Butcher 16. Totals 22 12-21

Total fouls — Browning 21, Lewistown 15. Fouled out — J. Croff. 3-pointers — Heavy Runner, Bell, Gray, Lazy Boy 3, J. Croff, Ray 2, Stenseth.

 

Conrad…50 Havre…46

Conrad…14 14 13 9 – 50

Havre…13 12 8 13 – 46

CONRAD—Devin Vanderbos 12, Cameron Janzen 0, Austin Zomer 15, Shane ALarson 13, Tristen Diedrich 2, Terence Kleinsasser 8, Clark Judisch 0. Totals: 17 15-28 50.

HAVRE—Kody Hickman 2, Nate Rismon 5, Dane Warp 11, Ramsey Drew 2, Thurman Holdsclaw 5, Kade Rismon 19, Jase Kato 2. Totals: 20 4-7 46.

3-pointers—Conrad 1 (Zomer), Havre 2 (Rismon, Holdsclaw). Total fouls—Conrad 10, Havre 21. Fouled out—Warp.


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