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TUES., 01-15 GIRLS BBALL RESULTS

January 16, 2013
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

 

 

GIRLS  TUES  1-15  
FLATHEAD 49 COLUMBIA FALLS 35
FRENCHTOWN 57 BIG SKY 39  
GLACIER 60 LIBBY 27  
HARDIN 65 MILES CITY 54  
SENTINEL 69 HAMILTON 41  

 

Kalispell Glacier 60, Libby 27

At Kalispell, Cassidy Hashley and Katie Wiley tallied 13 points apiece to lead the Wolfpack to a nonconference win over Libby.

Hashley also came down with six rebounds for Kalispell Glacier, which improved to 6-2 overall.

Hannah England led the Loggers (1-9) with nine points.

Libby committed 25 turnovers to the Wolfpack’s 12.

Libby 3 8 8 8 – 27

Glacier 15 19 15 11 – 60

LIBBY – Kaitlyn Gilder 1 0-0 2, Hannah England 3 1-2 9, Hailey Craig 2 0-0 6, Hailley Moe 1 0-0 2, Dayln Germany 0 2-4 2, Devon Gallagher 2 2-2 6. Totals: 9 5-8 27.

GLACIER – Rachel Chery 4 0-0 8, Taylor Loomis 0 2-2 2, Hannah Atlee 1 0-0 2, Kailea Vaudt 2 0-0 4, Kirstyn Haugenoe 4 0-0 8, Cassidy Hashley 6 1-3 13, Kylie Peck 1 0-0 2, Katie Wiley 6 1-2 13, Ali Williams 2 4-5 8. Totals: 26 8-12 60.

3-point goals: Libby 5 (England 2, Craig 2, Moe). Rebounds: Libby 20 (Moe 4), Glacier 29 (Hashley 6, Taylor Salonen 4, Hailee Bennett 4). Assists: Libby 3; Glacier 20 (Bennett 6). Turnovers: Libby 25, Glacier 12. Team fouls: Libby 13, Glacier 9. Fouled out: None.

Kalispell Flathead 49, Columbia Falls 35

At Kalispell, Emma Andrews scored more than half of the Bravettes’ points as Class AA Kalispell Flathead downed the No. 1-ranked Class A squad.

Andrews netted 25 points for the Bravettes (4-3 overall).

Emily Russell grabbed 10 rebounds and added seven points for Flathead.

The Wildkats’ Haley Belgarde just missed a double-double, finishing with 10 points and seven rebounds.

Hope Burlage scored eight points for Columbia Falls (7-3).

Col. Falls 5 14 8 8 – 35

Flathead 11 10 14 14 – 49

COLUMBIA FALLS – Ciera Finberg 1-5 0-0 2, Tori Price 0-2 2-2 2, Hope Burlage 3-6 2-3 8, Winter Kemppainen 0-2 3-6 3, Haley Belgarde 3-4 4-6 10, Kathrin Jetty 1-5 2-3 4, Andrew Getts 3-5 0-3 6. Totals: 11-33 13-24 35.

FLATHEAD – Emma Andrews 10-20 5-7 25, Dani Davis 3-7 0-0 6, Emily Russell 3-10 1-2 7, Jessika Abbrescia 1-6 0-3 2, Jenessa Heine 2-9 2-7 6, Tana Fountain 0-4 2-2 2. Totals: 19-58 10-21 48.

3-pointers – Columbia Falls 0-3, Flathead 0-4. Rebounds – Columbia Falls 38 (Belgarde 7), Flathead (Russell 10). Assists – Columbia Falls 4 (Finberg, Burlage 2), Flathead 8 (Davis 5). Blocks – Columbia Falls 0, Glacier 0. Steals – Columbia Falls 3 (Finberg 2), Flathead 16 (Davis 6). Fouls – Columbia Falls 15, Flathead 21. Tecnical fouls – none. Fouled out – none.

Frenchtown 57, Big Sky 39

At Frenchtown, Vanessa Stavish posted a double-double and the Broncs used a big first half to help take down the Western AA Eagles in the nonconference contest.

Stavish scored 14 of her 26 points in the first half, as Frenchtown (8-3 overall) ran out to a 33-21 lead at intermission. Stavish added 12 rebounds for her double-double.

Broncs’ Larissa Berg had seven rebounds to go along with 15 points. Kayla Blood also had seven rebounds as well as seven assists.

Maddy Shaide reached double digits with 11 points for the Eagles, who fell to 3-7 overall.

Big Sky 13 8 7 11 – 39

Frenchtown 20 13 11 13 – 57

BIG SKY – Sami Worster 6, Anna Gragg 2, Maddy Shaide 11, Kelsey Donnelly 6, Sidney Davis 5, Mackensie Freeman 4, Jesse Schafer 5. Totals 16 6-11 39.

FRENCHTOWN – Abby Indreland 3, Hailey Cyr 4, Vanessa Stavish 26, Shaela Wallen 2, Holly Jacobs 7, Larissa Berg 15. Totals 23 7-11 57.

3-point goals – Big Sky 1 (Shaide), Frenchtown 4 (Stavish 2, Jacobs 2). Total fouls – Big Sky 15, Frenchtown 12. Fouled out – none.

 

Sentinel pulls away to beat talented Hamilton Broncs

It was No. 1 vs. No. 2 with a twist Tuesday, when Missoula Sentinel hosted a young Hamilton girls’ basketball team and handed the Broncs a 69-41 loss.

The final margin suggests a mismatch, but the Southwestern A Broncs – ranked second in Class A – trailed by just 10 points after three quarters and were down 52-39 with 5 minutes left.

The defending State AA champs used a closing 17-2 burst, littered with steals and fast breaks, to improve to 9-0. Olivia Roberts led the top-ranked Spartans with 16 points and 15 rebounds.

“They’re a good team; they’re fun,” Sentinel coach Karen Deden said of the Broncs, who fell to 9-2. “They’re excellent shooters and you know – Goligoski can fill it up.”

Taylor Goligoski, the lead 10th-grader on a sophomore-laden team, scored 26 points for Hamilton. She had 16 points at halftime, by which point Sentinel led 34-18.

She also had 11 points in the first 5:17 of the game, when Hamilton led 13-11. Deden called time out and the Spartans scored the next 11 points.

Sentinel didn’t trail again, but Hamilton didn’t exactly wilt. A barrage of third-quarter threes, two each from Goligoski and Brianna Huggans, kept the Broncs in range.

“They really have an offense that’s right for them,” Deden said of the Broncs. “And those kids have played together since they were young, so they’ve got that going for them.

“Toward the end, when Liz (Harper) and those guys had some steals, I really thought that was the deal-breaker.”

After two Goligoski free throws pared the gap to 52-39, Bri Olson made a steal and pass that the athletic Harper deftly snared and converted in traffic.

Amanda Bearmedicine, who had 12 points and eight rebounds, sandwiched fast-break baskets around a Jaylee Albert free throw for a 58-40 Sentinel lead.

In a blink, Olivia Roberts added a hoop to make it 60-40 with 3:00 left.

“Obviously Sentinel is the real deal,” said Hamilton coach Mark Albert. “They’re well-coached and play hard, and are really athletic. I was pleased with how we closed the gap. We made a game of it there for a little bit. It could have got to 28 a lot sooner than it did.”

Sentinel ruled the boards 44-26. Goligoski snared 12 rebounds for Hamilton, which boasts nine sophomores, a junior and a freshman on its varsity.

“Taylor was terrific tonight,” Albert said. “We just have to get some other kids to knock a few more shots down.

“We had a stretch there where it was 45-35, and we had three good looks at threes and they didn’t score between. We could have made it a little closer at that point. We’re really young and just have to keep getting better.”

The Spartans are 9-0; going back to last season the program has 18 straight wins.

There were easier ones than Tuesday’s in the streak.

“Liv and Liz, they made some amazing catches,” Deden said. “And ‘Bear’ made some amazing fade-aways. I was really happy to see the overall team effort.

“It was a good game – a really good game. The score does not reflect the game.”

Hamilton 13 5 17 6 – 41

Sentinel 21 13 11 24 – 69

HAMILTON – Taylor Goligoski 8-18 6-7 26, Brianne Huggans 2-7 0-4 6, Sami Kratofil 1-4 0-1 2, Jaylee Albert 0-5 2-6 2, Kali Hayes 1-4 0-0 2, McKayl Rothie 1-5 0-0 3, Shayla Mohn 0-0 0-0 0, Ellie Hurlburt 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 13-43 8-18 41.

MISSOULA SENTINEL – Olivia Roberts 7-12 2-3 16, Liz Harper 3-6 0-1 6, Amanda Bearmedicine 5-11 2-3 12, Maddie Keast 4-9 0-0 8, Lexi Steele 2-7 0-0 6, Bri Olson 4-8 1-1 9, Elly Jones 1-3 1-2 3, Darbi Anderson 1-2 0-0 2, Sam Harper 1-1 0-0 2, Nikki Schurg 2-3 0-0 5, Emily Beach 0-0 0-0 0, Haley Rogers 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 30-63 6-10 69.

3-point goals – Hamilton 7-21 (Goligoski 4-6, Huggans 2-5, Rothie 1-5, Hayes 0-2, Albert 0-3), Hellgate 3-14 (Steele 2-5, Schurg 1-1, Keast 0-2, Roberts 0-2, Olson 0-2, Jones 0-2). Rebounds – Hamilton 26 (Goligoski 12), Sentinel 44 (Roberts 15). Fouls – Hamilton 12, Sentinel 19. Steals – Hamilton 10 (Albert 4), Sentinel 12 (Steele 4). Blocks – Hamilton 1 (Albert), Sentinel 2 (Roberts 2). Turnovers – Hamilton 20, Sentinel 14.


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