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SAT., 01-26 GIRLS BBALL RESULTS

January 27, 2013
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

GIRLS  SAT.  1-26  
COLUMBIA FALLS 52 LIBBY 48  
FRENCHTOWN 67 WHITEFISH 21
STEVENSVILLE 40 ANACONDA 32
HAMILTON 67 BUTTE CENTRAL 56
DILLON 41 CORVALLIS 19  
BROWNING 75 SHELBY 25  
CMR 50 HAVRE 43OT    
FAIRFIELD 64 LEWISTOWN 40  
TOWNSEND @ LIVINGSTON  
BILLINGS CENTRAL 40 SENIOR 36
LAUREL 57 GLENDIVE 42  
HARDIN 59 SIDNEY 58  

 

Frenchtown 67,

Whitefish 21

FRENCHTOWN — Frenchtown pulled away from Whitefish with an 18-point second quarter, rolling to an easy Northwestern A victory.

Frenchtown (10-4, 5-2) led 34-14 at intermission and outscored the Bulldogs (0-13, 0-5) 33-7 in the final half.

Larissa Berg had a double-double for Frenchtown with 16 points and 10 rebounds.

Whitefish 12 2 4 3 – 21

Frenchtown 16 18 13 20 – 67

WHITEFISH – Ashlee Brewer 6, Jess Baldonado 1, Simone Craft 6, Allie Schulz 4, Shannon Craft 4.

FRENCHTOWN – Abby Indreland 10, Haley Cyr 1, Vanessa Stavish 8, Shaela Wallin 10, Holly Jacobs 7, Lacey Hochhalter 7, Larissa Berg 16.

Columbia Falls 52,

Libby 48

LIBBY — Third-ranked Columbia Falls held on to beat Libby in a tight Northwestern A contest.

Columbia Falls (10-4, 5-0) led by just one, 28-27, at the half.

Haley Belgarde tallied 18 points for Columbia Falls and Winter Kemppainen had 15.

Hailey Craig led Libby (3-10, 1-4) with 24 points. Hannah England had 15.

Columbia Falls 13 15 15 9 — 52

Libby 9 18 9 12 — 48

COLUMBIA FALLS — Ciera Finberg 3, Tori Price 5, Hope Burlage 8, Winter Kemppainen 15, Ellie Johnson 1, Haley Belgarde 18, Shannon Hay 2.

LIBBY — Kaitlyn Gilder 1, Hannah England 15, Hailey Craig 24, Gavy Oliver 1, Hailley Moe 2, Dayln Germany 3, Taryne Luscher 2.

 

Hamilton hands BC girls first conference loss

 
Updated: January 26, 2013
 
Butte Central's Alysea Pica defends as Hamilton's Jaylee Alert pushes the ball up court during the first quarter Saturday at the Maroon Activities Center. (Bill Foley photo) Butte Central's Alysea Pica defends as Hamilton's Jaylee Alert pushes the ball up court during the first quarter Saturday at the Maroon Activities Center. (Bill Foley photo)

If the Hamilton girls continue to play basketball as well as they did on Saturday against Butte Central, label the Broncs scary young.

They dealt the Maroons a 67-56 defeat at the Maroon Activities Center in a showdown between Southwestern A Conference leaders.

Hamilton, without a senior on its roster, 5-1 in Southwestern A with the win and 10-2 overall. The loss was BC’s first in league play, putting the team at 6-1 and 9-4. Nine of the varsity Broncs are sophomores.

The Broncs took a 13-10 edge on a Kali Hayes 3-point basket with 2 minutes, 3 seconds left in the first quarter and expanded on it as the game proceeded.

The shot was one of nine Hamilton made in 17 tries over the course of the game. Hayes netted three of them while scoring 13 points. Taylor Goligoski came off the bench to lead the production with 17 points and Jaylee Albert finished with 13 in the team’s uptempo attack.

“They’re a good team and they shot the ball really well,” Meg Murphy, head coach of the Maroons, said. “They shot 3s and we didn’t make any buckets. We missed a lot of shots from inside.”

The Maroons dominated on the boards by a 44-32 rebound count as Mariah Cooney yanked down 14 and Danee Leary gathered 12. However, BC shooters made only 21 of 52 field goals attempted, 1 of 9 from 3-point range, and went 13-for-23 from the free throw line.

Alysea Pica scored 11 points for Butte Central. Leary netted 10.

“We scouted them and scouted them and all they ran was man (defense),” Murphy said. “Tonight, we saw the 2-3 zone. That was good for us to see that, but give them credit (for the effective changeup).”

Murphy said Leary has been bothered by a sore hamstring and that it may have been aggravated further Saturday, possibly costing her some future playing time. Shin splints have freshman Teresa Piazzola sidelined.

“So, we are hurt a little bit,” Murphy said. “That just means some other kids are going to have to step up. Mariah Cooney had a great game tonight, which I think a lot of people have been waiting for her to do.”

The 6-foot Cooney was matched against 6-1 junior Sami Kratofil in a duel of talented posts.

Hamilton’s halftime lead was 34-26 after the Maroons closed the half on a 7-0 run spurred by Pica’s 3-pointer, BC’s only trey of the game.

Cooney’s basket at the start of the second half cut the difference to six points. The Broncs, however, responded with consecutive 3-point goals by Hayes and McKayl Rothie, launching a 15-4 spree. Hamilton was ahead by 56-38 through three periods.

Butte Central worked the margin down to nine points, 60-51, with 2:52 to go. Cooney had eight of her points in the fourth frame before fouling out at the 1:12 mark. Hamilton then cleaned up at the foul line with Goligoski and Kratofil caging key free throws to salt away the win.

Hannah Stajcar finished with seven points for the Maroons, and Annie Ossello had six points and seven rebounds. Danika Neumann notched five points, and Chandra McCurdy and Shelby Paffhausen both contributed worthy court time, too.

HAMILTON (10-2, 5-1) — McKayl Rothie 2-4 0-0 6, Kali Hayes 4-9 2-3 13, Jaylee Albert 4-7 2-4 12, Brianna Huggins 3-8 1-1 8, Sami Kratofil 3-5 2-6 8, Taylor Goligoski 5-13 7-12 17, Ellie Hurlbert 0-0 0-0 0, Shaylan Mohn 1-1 0-0 3, Kloie Nye 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 22-47 14-26 67.

BUTTE CENTRAL (9-4, 6-1) — Hannah Stajcar 3-10 1-1 7, Danee Leary 5-11 0-0 10, Alysea Pica 3-13 4-6 11, Annie Ossello 3-5 0-2 6, Mariah Cooney 6-7 5-10 17, Danika Neumann 1-6 3-4 5, Chandra McCurdy 0-0 0-0 0, Shelby Paffhausen 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 21-52 13-23 56.

Hamilton                18          16          22          11  –  67

Butte Central          14          12         12           18  –56

3-point goals — Hamilton 9-17 (Rothie 2-4, Hayes 3-5, Albert 2-4, Huggins 1-2, Goligoski 0-1, Mohn 1-1), Butte Central 1-9 Stajcar 0-2, Leary 0-1, Pica 1-4, Neumann 0-2).  Fouled out — Albert, Cooney, Ossello. Total fouls — Hamilton 23, Butte Central 23. Technicals — none. Rebounds — Hamilton 32 (Goligoski 10), Butte Central 44 (Cooney 14, Leary 12). Blocks — Hamilton 1 (Kratofil), Butte Central 2 (Leary 1, Stajcar 1). Assists — Hamilton 10 (Albert 3), Butte Central 5 (Pica 3). Turnovers — Hamilton 18, Butte Central 17.

 

Laurel girls top Glendive

GLENDIVE -- Jayde LeFevre pumped in 24 points and Laurel's girls downed Glendive 57-42 in Eastern A basketball on Saturday.

Laurel raced to a 16-5 lead after the first stanza and led 30-17 at intermission.

Emily Smarsh chipped in 10 points for the Locomotives.

Jordan Johnson scored a game-high 25 for the Lady Red Devils.

Laurel 57, Glendive 42

Laurel  16  14  14  13  57
Glendive  5  12  12  13  42

Laurel (4-3, 9-5) — Jayde LeFevre 24, Allie McGrath 5, Leslie Gappa 3, Emily Smarsh 10, Dalayna Christenson 7, Bailey Love 2, Hailey Spitzer 2, Lexi Budge 4.

Glendive (2-4, 7-6) — Alexa Hubbard 6, Jordan Johnson 25, Morgan Opp 6, Maria Zimdars 1, Brooke Herring 4.

 

Central girls beat Senior for 6th straight win

Justyn Juhl had 12 points and Erika Kuehn and Allie Lucas each scored eight, helping the Billings Central girls hold off Billings Senior 40-36 on Saturday night at the Nelles Activities Center.

Juhl made two free throws with 26.7 seconds left and Sammy Elliott made another with 5.1 remaining to give the Rams their sixth win in a row.

Senior, of the Eastern AA, closed within 37-36 with 32.8 seconds left on a basket by Jace Henderson. Central of the Eastern A, led 35-28 going into the fourth quarter.

Marissa Van Atta scored 15 points for Senior, while Kortney McNeil and Jordyn Wagner had six points each.

 
 

CMR girls top Havre in OT

HAVRE — It seems safe to say the Havre and C.M. Russell High girls’ basketball teams are pretty even.

In regulation, that is.

CMR needed overtime to get past Havre for the second time this season and outlasted the host Blue Ponies 50-43 Saturday.

“I don’t want to take anything away from Havre,” CMR coach Chad Olson said. “They played really solid.”

The Rustlers led by three after Taylor Edwards made two free throws with seconds to play.

Peyton Filius, who missed Havre’s last game at Great Falls High earlier in the week, made a 3-pointer at the buzzer to force overtime.

CMR outscored Havre 14-7 in the extra session for its second overtime win over the Blue Ponies this season. CMR beat Havre 52-48 in December.

“They’re very patient on offense and very disciplined on defense,” Olson said of Havre. “They’re a solid team. I see t hem going far in Class A.”

The Rustlers were playing without three starters.

Diondra Denton has an injured ankle while Ashlee Atchison and Maggie Reilly were each out sick.

Edwards and Hannah Vining each scored 16 points to lead the Rustlers.

Brandy Lambourne scored 11 and Neya Bischoff added 10 for the Blue Ponies.

“Given the adversity this team has gone through, I’m really proud of the effort,” Olson said.

CMR (5-8) return to Eastern AA Division play when Billings Skyview and Billings West visit CMR Fieldhouse.

 

CMR…8 11 9 8 14 -- 50

Havre…11 6 7 12 7 -- 43

CMR – Kaydee Parsons 7, Taylor Edwards 16, Kylie Otis 4, Hannah Vining 16, Maddy Watkins 7. Totals: 10 26-38.

Havre – Brandy Lambourne 11, Morgan Mazurkiewicz 7, Lacey Ward 4, Peyton Filius 6, Tori Mazurkiewicz 3, Haley Ohm 2, Neya Bischoff 10. Totals: 11 18-21.

Total fouls: CMR 17, Havre 19. Fouled out: Ward, Bischoff. Three pointers: Parsons 2, Edwards 1, Vining 1, M. Mazurkiewicz 1, Filius 2.

 

Dillon…41 Corvallis…19

CORVALLIS…6 4 7 2 — 19

DILLON…5 13 10 13 — 41

CORVALLIS — Lakyn Connors 4 1-2 11, Chelsi Clark 1 0-0 2, Courtney Albright 0 0-1 2, Jordan Miller 1 0-0 2, Carlie Jessop 1 0-0 2. Totals — 7 1-3 19.

DILLON — Jannett Moore 2 0-0 6, Courtney Linder 5 2-2 15, Audrey Schurg 2 0-0 5, Kayla Meine 1 1-4 3, Shay Parke 1 0-0 2, Sierra Lame 0 2-4 2, Rachael Nye 2 0-0 6, Holly Anderson 1 0-0 2. Totals — 14 5-10 41.

3-pointers — Corvallis 2 (Connors 2), Dillon 8 (Moore 2, Linder 3, Schurg, Nye 2). Total fouls — Corvallis 12, Dillon 9. Fouled out — none. Technicals — none

 

Stevensville…40 Anaconda…32

Anaconda…2 5 8 17 – 32

Stevensville…11 5 10 14 – 40

ANACONDA – Taylor Flynn 9, Khali Knadler 8, Tyler Baustadt 4, Keirnan Gallagher 3, Shelby McNeil 2, Lacee Moodry 2, Molly Huber 2, Julia Peterson 2.

STEVENSVILLE – Kyla Paulsen 12, Carly Sebastian 10, Carly Vercruyssen 9, Kayla Peterson 5, Bailey Vercruyssen 4.

 

Browning…75 Shelby…25

Shelby…9 8 6 2 -- 25

Browning…17 18 18 22 -- 75

Shelby – Katie Kelleher 5, Kylee Bailey 8, Melanie Brauchle 2, Jessica Mahr 6, Kelsey Smesrud 2, Chloe Blevins 2. Totals: 11 2-6.

Browning – Rachel Heptner 4, Courtney Littledog 9, Jessica Magee 10, Shelsey St. Goddard 9, Tiara Gilam 9, Cydnie Sharp 11, Brooke Carlson 10, Marti Eaglefeathers 9, Ashley Burd 2, Brittney Wolftail 2. Totals: 34 4-9.

Total fouls: Shelby 13, Browning 12. Fouled out: None. Three pointers: Kelleher 1, Littledog 1, Carlson 2.

 

Fairfield…64 Lewistown…40

Fairfield…18 10 13 23 -- 64

Lewistown…11 11 9 9 -- 40

Fairfield – L. Zier 8, J. Johnson 10, Kourt Coverdell 2, Kay Coverdell 12, S. Steinbach 4, J. Barta 23, Cass Coverdell 5. Totals: 29 5-14.

Lewistown – McKaela Olson 10, Nicole Karhi 2, Kailey Grover 13, Jessica Kindroski 2, Lexie Anderson 3, Michelle Monger 5, Beth Wright 2, Jaree Mare 3. Totals: 15 6-12.

Total fouls: Fairfield 16, Lewistown 15. Fouled out: None. Three pointers: Johnson 1, Olson 2, Anderson 1, Mare 1.

 

Hardin 59, Sidney 58

Hardin 14  10  21  14  59 
Sidney 13  10  16  19  58 

Hardin (6-2, 9-4) — Adree Shield 8, Teonna Little Light 15, Kristan Dillon 4, Kanani Birdinground 15, Alyssa Big Man 5, Hannah Ware 6, Bethany Rides Horse 6.

Sidney (2-4, 7-5) — Hailey Steinbeisser 1, Krista Steinbeisser 14, Kortney Mayer 11, Elise Torgerson 6, Daryn Wolff 2, Lexi Prevost 16, Morgan Thiel 8.


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