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THURS., 01-24 GIRLS BBALL RESULTS

January 25, 2013
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

GIRLS THURS  1-24   
STEVENSVILLE 49 POLSON 41
BIGFORK 52 WHITEFISH 18  
GREAT FALLS 54 HAVRE 31  
HARDIN 65 LAUREL 56  
MILES CITY 57 GLENDIVE 54 2OT
SIDNEY 55 WOLF POINT 36  

 

Stevensville 49,

Polson 44

STEVENSVILLE — Bailey Vercruyssen and Carly Sebastian both scored 12 points to help Stevensville hold off Polson in a Class A nonconference battle.

Anna DiGiallonardo had 12 points for Polson.

Polson 6 14 13 11 – 44

Stevensville 10 10 14 15 – 49

POLSON – Mackenzie Banner 7, Malia Hamel 6, Tegan Bauer 7, Anna DiGiallonardo 12, Breanna Harrison 2, Hallie Hovenkotter 10.

STEVENSVILLE – Bailey Vercruyssen 12, Carly Vercruyssen 6, Carly Sebastian 12, Kyla Paulsen 11, Lizzy Whitesell 2, Kayla Peterson 6.

Bigfork 52, Whitefish 18

WHITEFISH — Stevi Siloti of Bigfork tallied 11 points and was the game’s only double-figurer scorer in this nonconference matchup between Class B and A schools.

Bigfork 7 15 11 19 — 52

Whitefish 4 6 6 2 — 18

BIGFORK — Stevi Siloti 11, Mattison McAnally 5, Marissa Hiza 5, Riley Coleman 5, Shelby Scoggins 7, Lana Berg 1, Josie Spoklie 7, Kallister Meaghe 3, Tessa Robinson 3, Alauna Weilache 4.

WHITEFISH — Sarah Latcham 4, Melissa Poe 2, Ashlee Brewer 4, Jess Baldonado 2, Simone Craft 1, Maura Kalbfleisch 2, Shannon Craft 3.

 

Hardin girls defeat Laurel

HARDIN -- Hardin built a 14-point first-quarter lead and then went on to beat Laurel 65-56 Thursday night in Eastern A girls basketball.

Adree Shields scored 17 points and Hannah Ware had 12 as the Bulldogs (5-2, 8-4) earned the regular-season sweep of Laurel.

Jayde LeFevre and Leslie Gappa scored 15 each to pace the Locomotives, who dropped to 3-3 in the league and 7-5 overall.

Kanani Birdinground and Alyssa Big Man also reached double figures for Hardin. They each had 11 points.

Hardin 65, Laurel 56

Laurel 14  26  56 
Hardin 21  17  19  65 

Laurel (3-3, 7-5) — Jayde LeFevre 5 3-4 15, Allie McGrath 4 0-1 9, Leslie Gappa 5 5-7 15, Emily Smarsh 0 2-2 2, Bailey Love 3 0-0 6, Hailey Spitzer 0 2-2 2, Lexi Budge 1 0-0 2, Abbie Lohoff 1 3-3 5. Totals: 19 15-19 56. 3-pointers: 3 (LeFevre 2, McGrath 1). Fouls: 14. Fouled out: McGrath

Hardin (5-2, 8-4) — Adree Shield 6 1-2 17, Teonna Little Light 3 0-0 8, Kristan Dillon 2 0-0 4, Kanani Birdinground 4 3-4 11, Alyssa Big Man 4 3-5 11, Darrelynn Lefthand 1 0-0 2, Hannah Ware 3 6-8 12. Totals: 24 13-19 65. 3-pointers: 4 (Shields 2, Little Light 2). Fouls: 20. Foul out: Birdinground.

 

Sidney 55, Wolf Point 36

Sidney 20  13  11  11  55 
Wolf Point 11  15  36 

Sidney — Krista Steinbeisser 7, Colleen Crosby 8, Kortney Mayer 14, Elise Torgerson 3, Lexi Prevost 11, Morgan Thiel 6, Hailey Steinbeisser 6.

Wolf Point — Ashly Page 4, Christean Holen 9, Alicia LeDeau 2, Mariah Weeks 2, Emma Gourneau 9, Zirahuen Hernandez 10.


Miles City 57, Glendive 54 (2 OT)

Quarter scores not reported.

Glendive (2-3, 6-5) — Lindsay Tennant 2, Teia Knutson 2, Maria Zimdars 8, Alexa Hubbard 7, Jordan Johnson 14, Morgan Opp 11, Brooke Herring 10.

Miles City (1-5, 2-8) — Tori Swope 5, Shaylee Singleton 6, Alecia Chamberlin 15, Dani Finn 4, Beth Sutter 9, Ashlie Larson 15, Julie Jones 3.

 
 

Keller, Remsen lift Bison over Blue Ponies

Two games against Havre might be the appropriate measuring stick to judge just how far the No. 3 Great Falls High girls’ basketball team has come this season.

Jessica Keller scored 14 points and Callee Remsen added 10 points and nine assists as the Class AA Bison rolled over Class A Havre 54-31 at Swarthout Fieldhouse.

“Our passing game is really good right now,” Remsen said. “We’ve gotten to know each other so well and we kind of have that telepathic thing going between us. Depending on who is hot, they get open and we find them.”

It was the second win for GFH over Havre this season, but a far cry from the 46-43 squeaker the Bison earned in December.

“We just come out intense and we just click,” Keller said. “Our intensity went down a few times, but we finished hard.”

The Bison improved to 10-2 overall and have won three straight since suffering the second of two losses to Capital, the only blemishes on GFH’s record.

“We need to keep making steps forward,” GFH coach Gregg Dart said. “We don’t have all the answers yet. We feel like we’re pretty good but we feel like we have things we need to improve on.”

The Blue Ponies (7-5) were playing without starting guard Peyton Filius, who rolled an ankle against Browning last weekend. The Bison jumped out to a 17-2 lead and Havre never really threatened.

“I hate to be an excuse-maker, but it doesn’t help us, I don’t think,” Havre coach Dustin Kraske said. “I thought we played much better in the second have than the first. We just happened to get down by (a lot). It’s tough to come back from that.”

Brandy Lambourne scored 11 points and Morgan Mazurkiewicz scored 10 for Havre. The Blue Ponies struggled with the Bison defensive pressure and committed 21 turnovers.

“Not having Peyton Filius is a big deal for them,” Dart said. “She’s a good ball-handler and a scorer. She’s a good defender. That made our task of putting pressure on them a lot easier.”

Kelsey Devlin scored eight points while Markaela Francis and Nora Klick each scored seven for the Bison. Eleven different players saw the court for GFH as the Bison used their superior depth to their advantage.

“That’s a nice thing, is that we have a number of kids that can come off the bench,” Dart said. “Whenever you go to the bench, there’s going to be a little bit of a dip, but not too much for us.”

Devlin and Keller combined for GFH’s first 10 points and the Bison led 19-6 at the end of the first quarter. GFH took a 33-15 lead into the intermission.

Havre got a couple of late 3-pointers from Lambourne and held GFH to just eight points in the fourth quarter, but it wasn’t nearly enough.

“I thought the fourth quarter we played pretty well defensively,” Kraske said. “We talked to each other and were halfway active. We’ve gotta build from here.”

GFH returns to Eastern AA action Saturday at Butte.

“Watching from our first game against Havre to this game against Havre, the dynamic of the team is completely different,” Remsen said. “We’ve bettered ourselves.”

Great Falls High…54

Havre…31

Havre…6 9 7 9 – 31

GFH…19 14 13 8 – 54

Havre – Brandy Lambourne 3-6 0-0 11, Morgan Mazurkiewicz 4-11 2-5 10, Lacey Waid 3-11 0-1 6, Neya Bischoff 2-7 0-0 4, Haley Ohm 0-2 0-0 0, Tori Mazurkiewicz 0-1 0-0 0. Totals: 12-38 2-6 31.

GFH – Liz Klinker 1-2 0-0 2, Taylor Kumm -4 2-2 2, Jessica Keller 7-10 0-0 14, Kelsey Devlin 4-7 0-0 8, Callee Remsen 5-11 0-0 10, Brice Henning 1-3 0-0 2, Markaela Francis 3-8 1-2 7, Nora Klick 3-7 1-1 7, Mikaela Kynett 0-3 0-0 0, Darbi Fought 1-2 0-0 2, Gabby Fought 0-1 0-0 0. Totals: 25-58 4-5 54.

3-pointers: Havre 3-11 (Lambourne 3-5, M. Mazurkiewicz 0-4, Wade 0-2), GFH 0-9 (Klinker 0-1, Kumm 0-3, Remsen 0-1, Klick 0-3, Kynett 0-2, G. Fought 0-1). Total fouls: Havre 9, GFH 15. Fouled out – none.


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