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SAT., 01-19 GIRLS BBALL RESULTS

January 20, 2013
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

GIRLS  SAT.  1-19    
COLUMBIA FALLS 53 FRENCHTOWN 49  
POLSON 65 WHITEFISH 13    
LOYOLA 62 ANACONDA 38    
BROWNING 59 BELGRADE 58    
CAPITAL 59 DILLON 21    
HAMILTON @ SENTINEL    
HAVRE 61 LIVINGSTON 40    
LAUREL 54 COLUMBUS 29    
LEWISTOWN 43 HUNTLEY PROJECT 39 OT
MILES CITY V HARDIN    
BUTTE CENTRAL 41 STEVENSVILLE 29  

 

Columbia Falls 53, Frenchtown 49

At Frenchtown, Hope Burlage hit a jumper to untie it, then two free throws with 4.2 seconds left to ice Columbia Falls’ Northwestern A win.

Burlage scored 14 points for the No. 3 Wildkats, who beat the No. 4 Broncs for the second time this season. Haley Belgarde scored a game-high 19 points for Columbia Falls (4-0 in league, 8-3 overall).

The host Broncs found themselves down 12 early in the fourth quarter but rallied behind Haley Cyr, who scored 11 points in the fourth quarter – including a 3-pointer with 1:30 left that tied the game at 49-all.

Vanessa Stavish had 18 points and eight rebounds to lead Frenchtown (3-2, 8-4). Holly Jacobs added 12 points for the Broncs, while Kayla Blood had eight assists and eight steals.

C. Falls 10 15 15 13 – 53

Frenchtown 10 10 10 19 – 49

COLUMBIA FALLS – Hope Burlage 14, Andrea Getts 8, Winter Kempainnen 7, Haley Belgarde 19, Shannon Hay 5.

FRENCHTOWN – Haley Cyr 13, Vanessa Stavish 18, Holly Jacobs 12, Larissa Berg 6.

Butte Central 41, Stevensville 29

At Stevensville, Danee Leary scored 12 points to lead the No. 2-ranked Maroons to the Southwestern A win over the Yellowjackets.

The Maroons led 16-10 after the first quarter and never trailed.

Alycia Sims led Stevensville with 11 points.

Bu. Central 16 8 9 8 – 41

Stevensville 10 7 5 7 – 29

BUTTE CENTRAL – Danee Leary 12, Mariah Cooney 9, Danika Neumann 8, Alysea Pica 8, Hannah Stajcar 4.

STEVENSVILLE – Alycia Sims 11, Carly Vercruyssen 5, Bailey Vercruyssen 2, Carly Sebastian 3, Kyla Paulsen 3, Kayla Peterson 5.

Polson 65, Whitefish 13

At Polson, four Pirates reached double figures to help the Pirates sail past the Bulldogs in their Northwestern A matchup.

Malia Hamel led the Polson quartet with 16 points. Mackenzie Banner (14), Anna DiGiallonardo (12), and Heidi Rausch (10) also hit double digits for the Pirates (2-1, 3-8).

Maura Kalbfleisch led three Bulldog scorers with six points. Whitefish fell to 0-4, 0-11.

Whitefish 4 5 2 2 – 13

Polson 22 20 16 7 – 65

WHITEFISH – Simone Craft 5, Maura Kalbfleisch 6, Lauren Cain 2.

POLSON – Mackenzie Banner 14, Malia Hamel 16, Tegan Bauer 2, Anna DiGiallonardo 12, Breanna Harrison 2, Jessica Bagnell 6, Hallie Hovenkotter 3, Heidi Rausch 10.

Loyola Sacred Heart 62, Anaconda 38

At Anaconda, Kari Tirrell hit four 3-pointers and scored 28 points and Loyola Sacred Heart dominated the second half of its non-league win.

Olivia Round added 13 points for the District 6-B Breakers (5-7), who led just 25-23 at halftime.

Kristy Hayden scored nine points to lead the Southwestern A Copperheads (3-7).

Loyola 10 15 19 18 – 62

Anaconda 12 11 8 7 – 38

LOYOLA SACRED HEART – Maggie Crippen 5, Kari Tirrell 28, Olivia Round 13, Mady Dawald 4, Skyler Hollenback 5, Maggie Mitzel 1, Kristen Elliott 1, Sadie Crippen 4.

ANACONDA – Taylor Flynn 8, Lacee Moodry 1, Kiernan Gallagher 3, Julia Peterson 5, Khali Knadler 3, Molly Huber 7, Kristy Hayden 9, Shea Forsberg 2.

 

Polson 65, Whitefish 13

At Polson, the host Pirates rocketed to their best offensive output of the season in the first half with a pair of back-to-back 20 point quarters while holding the visiting Lady Bulldogs to single digits. Polson placed a quartet of players in double figures, led by guard Malia Hamel with 16, guard Mackenzie Banner with 14, guard Anna DiGiallonardo with 12 and forward/post Heidi Rausch with 10 points. Rausch turned in a conventional double-double with 11 rebounds, while DiGiallonardo by one account also had a less typical double-double with 10 steals. The Lady Bulldogs were led by Maura Kalbfleisch with a half dozen and Simone Craft with a handful. Lady Bulldog Ashlee Brewer gathered in a half dozen rebounds. The Lady Pirates were intent upon sharpening their swords in anticipation for the upcoming showdown with the visiting Lady Broncs from Frenchtown early next week, a scenario that did not bode well for any visitor, even less so when a pair of key visiting players got into foul trouble. Defensive pressure coupled with off targeting of a slew of shots that Whitefish shooters could ordinarily have been expected to drain soon snowballed from bad to worse, degenerating from a disheartening game performance into quasi-nightmarish proportions.

Whitefish 4 5 2 2 - 13
Polson 22 20 16 7 - 65

WHITEFISH - Maura Kalbfleisch 6, Simone Craft 5, Laura Cain 2.

POLSON - Malia Hamel 16, Mackenzie Banner 14, Anna DiGiallonardo 12, Heidi Rausch 10, Jessica Bagnell 6, Hallie Hovenkotter 3, Breanna Harrison 2, Tegan Bauer 2.

3FG - Whitefish 1-4 (Si. Craft), Polson 7-14 (Hamel 4, Banner 2, DiGiallonardo). REBOUNDS - Whitefish 22 (Ashlee Brewer 6,Kalbfleisch 3, Shannon Craft 3, Sarah Latcham 3, Si. Craft 2, Melissa Poe , Margot Myers, Laura Cain, Emily Sullivan, Allie Shultz), Polson 34 (Rausch 11, Hovenkotter 8, Jaylin Kenney 3, Harrison 3, Bauer 2, DiGiallonardo 2, Bagnell 2, Monika Frame, Banner, Hamel). ASSISTS - Whitefish 5 (Brewer 3, Kalbfleisch, Sh. Craft), Polson 15 (Hamel 4, Banner 3, DiGiallonardo 3, Bauer 2, Kenney, Bagnell, Frame). STEALS - Whitefish 4 (Sh. Craft 2, Brewer, Si.. Craft), Polson 24-26 (DiGiallonardo 8-10, Bagnell 4, Bauer 3, Banner 3, Hamel 3, Hovenkotter, Frame, Rausch). BLOCKS - Whitefish 1 (Brewer), Polson 1 (Hovenkotter).

Unofficial game rendition by John Heglie in consultation with Tom Kenney along with Polson statisticians Cody Grant as well as Joe Mullen and with input from the Whitefish coaching staff. Some details are likely to vary from official summary.

 

BC girls win in Stevensville

 
Updated: January 19, 2013

STEVENSVILLE — Butte Central’s girls’ basketball team made it 6 for 6 in the Southwestern A.

Danee Leary scored a game-high 12 points, and the Maroons knocked off Stevensville 41-29 Saturday to improve to 6-0 in league play. The No. 2-ranked Maroons, who needed overtime to beat the Yellowjackets at home in December, are now 9-3 overall.

Mariah Cooney added nine points for the Maroons, who don’t play again until they host Hamilton next Saturday. Danika Neumann and Alysea Pica each scored eight, and Hannah Stajcar tossed in four.

Alycia Sims, a future University of Montana player, scored 11 points to pace the Yellowjackets, who fell to 4-6 and 2-3.

Butte Central              16   8   9   8 – 41
Stevensville                 10   7   5   7 – 29

BUTTE CENTRAL (9-3, 6-0) – Danee Leary 12, Mariah Cooney 9, Danika Neumann 8, Alysea Pica 8, Hannah Stajcar 4.
STEVENSVILLE (4-6, 2-3) – Alycia Sims 11, Carly Vercruyssen 5, Bailey Vercruyssen 2, Carly Sebastian 3, Kyla Paulsen 3, Kayla Peterson 5.

 Laurel girls roll past Columbus

COLUMBUS -- Jayde LeFevre scored 15 points Saturday to help Laurel defeat Columbus 54-29 in girls basketball.

LeFevre hit three 3-pointers -- two in the first half -- as the Locomotives built a 19-point advantage. Leslie Gappa, Emily Smarsh and Lexi Budge combined to score 24 points for Laurel.

Rachael Ault led Columbus with nine points. Hailey Campbell and Ashtyn Aumueller each added five.

 

Laurel 54, Columbus 29

Laurel 19  11  16  54 
Columbus 11  29 

Laurel — Jayde LeFevre 6 0-0 15, Leslie Gappa 4 0-0 8, Emily Smarsh 3 0-0 8, Bailey Love 1 1-1 3, Lexi Budge 4 0-0 8, Lexi Lewis 0 0-0 0, Kylie Goodson 0 0-0 0, McKenzie Cotter 0 0-0 0, Allie McGrath 1 2-4 4, Hailey Spitzer 0 6-7 6, Abbie Lohof 1 0-0 2. Totals: 20 9-12 54. 3-point goals: 5 (LeFevre 3, Smarsh 2). Fouls: 17. Fouled out: Lohof.

Columbus — Hailey Campbell 2 0-2 5, Cierra Johannes 0 0-0 0, Rachael Ault 2 5-8 9, Courtney Martinez 1 0-0 2, Ashtyn Aumueller 2 1-2 5, Tana House 0 0-0 0, Kyla Rouane 2 0-0 4, Kari Ruffato 0 0-2 0, Madi Sindelar 0 4-6 4, Kennedy Wiggs 0 0-0 0, Desirae Gibson 0 0-0 0. Totals: 9 10-20 29. 3-point goals: 1 (Campbell). Fouls: 12.


Glendive 58, Hardin 42

(Friday)

Hardin 18  14  42 
Glendive 16  13  21  58 

Hardin — Joire Chavez 2, Adree Shield 3, Teonna Little Light 2, Kanani Birdinground 26, Alyssa Big Man 2, Darrelynn Lefthand 2, Hannah Ware 5.

Glendive — Lindsay Tennant 3, Teia Knutson 2, Alexa Hubbard 18, Jordan Johnson 13, Brooke Herring 22.


Lewistown 43, Huntley Project 39, OT

Lewistown  11  6  11  7  8  43
Project  9  7  10  9  4  39

Lewistown —  Michaela Olson 16, Nicole Karhi 3, Kailey Grover 8, Jessica Kindzerski 4, Lexie Anderson 2, Michelle Monger 4, Beth Wright 4, Jaree Mane 2.

Huntley Project —  Cady Siemion 2, Brianna DeCock 8, Paige Craig 6, Bailey Cranford 2, Stormy Siemion 19, Rylee Gulde 2.


Havre 61, Livingston 40

Livingston 8 12  18  40 
Havre 17 13  19  12  61 

Livingston — Emily Fochs 1, Megan Schoenen 14, Katie Buckley 3, Macy Ricketts 9, Meadow Ingram 4, Callie Ellingson 5, Chelsea Woods 3, Mariel Kelley 1.

Havre — Breck Don 2, Brandy Lambourne 7, Morgan Mazurkiewicz 15, Lacey Waid 12, Peyton Filias 11, Tori Mazurkiewicz 2, Haley Olson 4, Neya Bischoff 4.

 

Browning…59 Belgrade…58

Belgrade…17 9 14 18 — 58

Browning…12 7 14 26 — 59

Belgrade — Alexis Clingingsmith 3, Hollee Dahineen 6, Dylan Fowler 23, Madison Page 6, Erin Singleton 4, Anna Holliday 11, Taylor Woolman 5. Totals 17 20-26.

Browning — Courtney Littledog 6, Jessica Magee 2, Shelsey St. Goddard 2, Mariah Ingraham 5, Tiara Gilham 4, Cydnie Sharp 2, Brooke Carlson 8, Marti Eagle Feathers 20, Ashley Burd 10. Totals 23 10-22.

Total fouls — BEL 19, BRO 19. Fouled out — Fowler, Littledog. 3-pointers — Clingingsmith, Dahineen, Fowler 2, Carlson 2, Eagle Feathers.

Capital…59 Dillon…21

Capital…18 7 16 18 -- 59

Dillon…3 5 9 4 -- 21

Capital – Alexa Welch 0 2-2 2, Michaela Dowdy 5 0-1 10, Kasidee Campbell 0 0-0 0, Sadie Pilgeram 3 0-0 9, Sierra Bignell 2 0-0 5, Drue Copps 1 2-2 4, Kenzi Johnston 5 0-1 11, Kaye Bignell 5 1-2 11, Julia Anderson 3 1-2 7. Totals – 24 6-10 59.

Dillon – Courtney Linder 2 0-0 4, Kayla Menie 1 1-2 3, Shay Park 1 0-0 3, Cierra Lamey 2 1-4 5, Rachael Nye 1 1-2 4, Holly Anderson 1 0-0 2. Totals – 8 3-8 21.

3-pointers – Cap 5 (Pilgeram 3, S. Bignell, Johnston), Dill 2 (Park, Nye). Totals fouls – Cap 5, Dill 8. Fouled out – none.


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