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SAT., 01-26 BOYS BBALL RESULTS

January 27, 2013
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

SAT., 01-26    
BOYS      
COLUMBIA FALLS 633 LIBBY 40
WHITEFISH 63 FRENCHTOWN 55
STEVENSVILLE 63 ANACONDA 32
BUTTE CENTRAL 64 HAMILTON 53
DILLON 59 CORVALLIS 50  
BROWNING 81 SHELBY 58  
CMR 74 HAVRE 49    
FAIRFIELD 57 LEWISTOWN 54  
LIVINGSTON V TOWNSEND  
LAUREL 24 GLENDIVE 23  
SIDNEY 76 HARDIN 50  

 

Columbia Falls 63,

Libby 40

LIBBY — There was no catching Columbia Falls as the Wildcats raced out to a 21-9 lead and rolled from there to a Northwestern A victory.

Ty Morgan led a balanced Columbia Falls offense with 14 points. Luke Kazlauskas tallied 13 and Alex Presnell and Jared Trinastich both finished with 11.

Kraig Nelson and Jared Winslow both had 10 points for Libby.

Columbia Falls 21 9 14 19 — 63

Libby 9 10 11 10 — 40

COLUMBIA FALLS — Alex Presnell 11, Jayce Fagerland 4, Austin Martin 2, Luke Kazlauskas 13, Ty Morgan 14, Logan Williams 2, Jared Trinastich 11, Austin Kimmet 6.

LIBBY — Colin Johnson 1, Dan Leggins 9, Will Reichel 3, Jared Winslow 10, Barak Lapka 7, Kraig Nelson 10.

Whitefish 63,

Frenchtown 55

FRENCHTOWN — Cooper Olson scored 22 points to help Whitefish down Frenchtown in Northwetern A play.

Jace Kalbfleisch added 13 points for the Bulldogs (8-5, 4-1).

Whitefish 13 16 19 15 — 63

Frenchtown 16 20 8 11 — 55

WHITEFISH – Keaton Nicholson 2, EJ Havens 6, Logan Harwood 9, Jace Kalbfleisch 13, Art Doorn 8, Cooper Olson 22, AJ Wetsch 2, Jake May 1.

FRENCHTOWN – John Chapman 9, Levi Shepard 8, Daniel Lebsock 5, Andrew Honken 8, Bridger Truett 9, Kyle Cyr 4, Matt Price 12.

 

BC boys roll in Hamilton

 
Updated: January 26, 2013

HAMILTON — Brady Tippett scored 16 points to lead a balanced Butte Central attack Saturday, and the Maroons beat Hamilton 64-53 in a Southwestern A boys’ basketball game.

Seven different BC players scored as the Maroons improved to 5-2 in the conference and 9-4 overall.

“That was a good win for us,” Butte Central coach Brodie Kelly said. “Hamilton has been playing well. We played solid offensively. We took care of the ball and played together.”

Nate Bolstad scored 15 and Marcus Ferriter added 12 points in the victory.

“Marcus Ferriter had a great first half to get us going,” Kelly said. “Brady did a nice job attacking the rim. Everybody contributed and we had great balance.”

Kale Guldseth scored nine, while Danny Peoples tossed in six, Dalton Sessons scored four and Emmett McCarthy scored two.

Josh Bauder scored 11 to lead Hamilton, which fell to 3-8 and 2-4.

The Maroons are back in action Thursday at Dillon.

Butte Central 17  19  15  13 — 64
Hamilton         13  16  12  12 — 53

BUTTE CENTRAL (9-4, 5-2) — Kale Guldseth 9, Danny Peoples 6, Emmett McCarthy 2, Brady Tippett 16, Dalton Sessions 4, Marcus Ferriter 12, Nate Bolstad 15, Connor McGree 0.
HAMILTON (3-8, 2-4) — Josh Heath 2, Ty Burt 4, Teague Blome 7, Josh Bauder 11, Kameron Kohn 9, Reese Isherwood 9, Jesse Bartels 10, Mitch SerVoss 1.

 

Laurel boys beat Glendive in low-scoring battle

LAUREL -- On a night when each possession was magnified, Laurel made just enough plays to remain unbeaten.

The No. 1-ranked Locomotives outlasted Eastern A rival Glendive 24-23 on Saturday in a methodical, slow-paced affair. The victory boosted Laurel’s record to 14-0 overall and 7-0 in the league.

In the fourth quarter with the game on the line, Evan Jones made both ends of a 1-and-1 free throw opportunity to give the Locomotives a three-point lead with 44 seconds left.

Laurel was able to hang on at the end when Colter Bachmeier’s desperation half-court attempt fell harmlessly to the floor.

“It wasn’t a bad game, it was a strange game,” explained Laurel coach Pat Hansen. “Both teams had good ball control and both teams made sure turnovers weren’t going to be an issue. Both teams defended very well, and weren’t going to give an inch.”

The slow tempo produced several long possessions in the half court. The teams went through nearly a four-minute stretch in the first quarter without scoring.

Unranked Glendive (11-3, 4-1 Eastern A) came out of the locker room at halftime trailing by six points, and ended up tying the game on consecutive baskets by Bachmeier (twice) and 6-foot-10 big man Bryden Beohning.

Bryce Herman made two key plays in the second half for Laurel, knocking down a 3 from the corner with 3:06 to play in the third and converting a three-point play at 6:22 of the fourth.

“We took care of the ball extremely well,” said Laurel’s Shawn Nardella. “We forced some shots at the end, but we got the job done.”

Still, Glendive had a chance to knot the game late.

On their second-to-last possession, the Red Devils tried in vain to set up a tying 3-pointer, instead settling for Tanner Schwartz’s drive to the hoop that pulled them within one point with six seconds on the lock.

And after Laurel’s Brett Thompson missed the front-end of a 1-and-1, Bachmeier got the rebound with four seconds left, raced to half court and heaved up a prayer. It fell short.

“We ended up taking it to the rack when we probably should have kicked out and put one up,” said Glendive coach Wade Murphy. “But it was one of those things where both teams defended well and both teams played physical.

“In a low-possession game like this you have to take care of your opportunities. And we kind of blew some opportunities.”

The victory extended Laurel’s home winning streak against Eastern A opponents. The Locomotives’ last loss to a league foe came against Glendive during the 2006-07 season.

Laurel 24, Glendive 23

Glendive 24 
Laurel 23 

Glendive (11-3, 4-2) — Ryan Hood 0-3 0-0 0, Blake Stanhope 1-2 0-0 2, Tanner Schwartz 3-7 0-0 6, Colter Bachmeier 4-12 0-0 8, Bryden Boehning 3-10 1-1 7, Gavin McPherson 0-0 0-0 0, Xander Canen 0-0 0-0 0, Taylor Schwartz 0-0 0-0 0, Austin Orcutt 0-0 0-0 0, Tanner Phipps 0-0 0-0 0. Totals: 11-34 1-1 23. 3-point goals: 0. Fouls: 10.

Laurel (14-0, 7-0) — Taylor Maida 1-5 0-0 3, Shawn Nardella 2-6 0-0 4, Bryce Herman 2-5 1-1 6, Brett Thompson 1-9 0-1 2, Evan Jones 2-5 2-2 7, Dylan Meccage 0-0 0-0 0, Jake Anderson 0-0 0-0 0, Jared Simons 1-1 0-0 2. Totals: 9-31 3-4 24. 3-point gaols: 3 (Maida 1, Herman 1, Jones 1). Fouls: 10.


Sidney 76, Hardin 50

Hardin 11  16  12  11  50 
Sidney 14  23  19  20  76 

Hardin — J. Johnson 2, A. Whiteman 2, K. Cummins 10, K. Whitewolf 3, M. Not Afraid 5, K. LaForge O. Wallace 8, M. Paz10.

Sidney — Paul Brannon 8, Riley Peterson 2, Colin Moran 15, Justin Brown 26, Luke Montgomery 2, Tyler Quilling 5, Cody Steinbeisser 5.


Rustler boys win 12th straight

The C.M. Russell High boys’ basketball coaching staff has been waiting for junior Eric Dawson to have a breakout performance.

Dawson delivered Saturday as he poured in 12 points as the Rustlers routed visiting Havre 74-49 in a nonconference contest at CMR Fieldhouse.

“It was nice,” Dawson said. “I haven’t shot real well all year and kind of came out tonight.”

Dawson shot 2 of 3 from beyond the 3-point line, including a wide-open look as time expired in the first quarter as the Rustlers won their 12th in a row.

“He shoots the ball well in JV games, so we always ask him, ‘Where is that at?’” CMR coach John Cislo said. “He shot the ball well tonight. He is capable. Eric does a lot of other good things for us, playing defense on some the other teams’ best players. He’s physical and strong and if he can start looking for his shot like he did tonight, it makes us a lot better in the long run.”

Dawson wasn’t the only Rustler who shot well as CMR finished 30 of 50 from the field to knock off the young Blue Ponies squad. Joey Marzion scored a game-high 20 points and Jayse McLean added 15 for the Rustlers, who also got 11 assists from Andre Langhorne.

“That’s that penetrate and kick and he did a great job with that right there,” Cislo said of Langhorne, who saw extended minutes with fellow guard Anthony Bonilla out with an injury. “I thought it was probably the best game Andre has played and that’s what we’ve been looking for from him.”

Dawson’s wide-open trey from the corner, set up by a high-post screen from Mason Storm, gave CMR a 24-6 lead after the first quarter and the Blue Ponies never threatened.

“There’s a reason they’re one of the top teams in the state if not the top team in the state,” said first-year Havre head coach Curt Leeds. “They’re quick, athletic, strong, can shoot, post. They can hurt you. They have a lot of weapons.”

The Rustlers are atop the Eastern AA Division, but have a pair of big road trips to Billings and Bozeman looming in the coming weeks, sandwiched around a crosstown game at Great Falls High. Saturday gave 14 different CMR players a chance to see the floor and the opportunity to hone things in preparation for the tough coming stretch.

“We knew we were just going to work on the things we need to work on because we’ve got two big weeks ahead of us, “ Dawson said. “We just came out and shot real well and did everything we wanted to.”

Cislo wasn’t entirely happy with the defensive effort, particularly in the second half. The stout defense has become a staple of the Rustler program and Cislo indicated that he wants improvement going forward.

“I thought our kids struggled with our zone and we’ve gotta work on that this week and do a better job of rebounding,” Cislo said. “Our guys didn’t do a good job of boxing out.”

Havre started two freshmen in Nate Rismon and Dane Warp, who each netted 12 points. Kade Rismon led the Blue Ponies with 18.

Warp spent much of the first half on the bench in foul trouble and his return bolstered Havre’s second half push.

“We had a game plan coming in that we were going to look to screen for (Warp) more, screen for the two Rismons a lot more and we weren’t executing that in the first half,” Leeds said. “But we had a little talk at halftime and you could see a change in the boys. They played together in the second half and that’s what we’re trying to build towards.”

Daekwon Carter scored seven points and Tanner Olsen collected eight rebounds for CMR, which plays at Billings Skyview and Billings West next weekend.

C.M. Russell High…74

Havre High…49

Havre…6 10 19 14 – 49

CMR…24 17 15 18 – 74

Havre – Kody Hickman 0-0 0-0 0, Nate Rismon 4-7 1-2 12, Jon Faber 0-5 0-0 0, Dane Warp 5-15 1-3 12, Spencer Ross 0-0 0-0 0, Brian Smith 0-2 2-2 2, Ramsey Drew 1-3 0-0 3, Kade Rismon 8-15 1-1 18, Jase kato 1-2 0-0 2. Totals: 19-48 5-8 49.

CMR – Jayse McLean 5-8 2-2 15, Daekwon Carter 3-3 0-0 7, Josh Horner 3-3 0-0 6, Tanner Olsen 1-2 0-0 3, Joey Marzion 9-14 0-0 20, Dylan Halverson 1-2 0-0 2, Erik Willis 0-1 0-0 0, Andre Langhorne 1-1 2-2 5, Mason Storm 1-5 0-2 2, Kyle Evans 0-0 0-0 0, Eric Dawson 5-7 0-0 12, Gabe Kuntz 1-2 0-0 2, Daryl Williams 0-1 0-0 0, Karl Tucker II 0-1 0-0 0. Totals: 30-50 4-6 74.

3-pointers: Havre 6-13 (N. Rismon 3-5, Faber 0-3, Warp 1-1, Smith 0-1, Drew 1-2, K. Rismon 1-1), CMR 10-16 (McLean 3-4, Carter 1-1, Olsen 1-1, Marzion 2-5, Halverson 0-1, Langhorne 1-1, Dawson 2-3). Rebounds Havre 17 (Warp 7), CMR 31 (Olsen 8). Assists: Havre 14 (N. Rismon 5), CMR 25 (Langhorne 11). Blocks: Havre 0, CMR 1 (Horner). Total fouls: Havre 6, CMR 13. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: non.

 

Browning…81 Shelby…58

Browning…18 18 22 23 -- 81

Shelby…10 22 5 21 -- 58

Browning – Dan Hall 17, Wyatt Mad Plume 14, George Hall 12, Clarence McNabb 9, Jake Bell 6, Trevor Gray 2, DeeJay Lazyboy 7, Jalen Croff 14. Totals: 29 16-29.

Shelby – Jourdan Heydon 4, Thane McCracken 2, Jared Eckhardt 2, Tim Stumpt 2, Ryan Clark 12, Bridger Martin 2, Bradly Fretheim 7, Tylor White 23, Dru Genger 4. Totals: 19 12-17.

Total fouls: Browning 20, Shelby 21. Fouled out: McCracken. Three pointers: G. Hall 1, McNabb 1, Lazyboy 1, Croff 4, Heydon 1, White 7.

 

Fairfield…57 Lewistown…54

Fairfield…10 8 25 14 -- 57

Lewistown…15 7 11 21 -- 54

Fairfield – Landon Allen 3, Nick Drishinski 11, Morgan Schenk 22, Yancy Gagne 12, Dru Oveson 7, Trevor Schenk 2. Totals: 18 12-20.

Lewistown – Tre Bradley 3, Morgan Ray 8, James Derheim 11, Dylan Stenseth 12, Jakob Playerz 2, Logan Wilcox 2, Andy Butcher 16. Totals: 21 10-15.

Total fouls: Fairfield 13, Lewistown 19. Fouled out: Brock Butcher. Three pointers: Allen 1, Drishinski 1, M. Schenk 6, Oveson 1, Stenseth 2.

Dillon boys hold off Corvallis on the road

CORVALLIS — The Dillon boys jumped out to a decisive early lead but had to hold off hot-shooting Janon Jessop and Corvallis down the stretch to pick up a 59-50 Southwest A road win on Saturday afternoon.

The Beavers (9-2, 5-1 Southwest A) led by a whopping 18-1 margin after the game’s opening quarter, before Jessop caught fire for the Blue Devils (1-11, 0-5). He helped Corvallis crawl back by scoring a game-high 24 points, including seven 3-pointers.

Dillon was led by Boyd Jenne with 17 points and Troy Scott with 15 points in the victory. Ben Folsom added 10 points.

CORVALLIS 1 17 12 20 — 50

DILLON 18 15 13 13 — 59

CORVALLIS — Blake Sylvester 2 0-1 4, Joyce Gilder 2 3-6 7, Chaney Waldo 1 0-0 2, Janon Jessop 8 1-2 24, Chase Walker 2 5-5 9, Andrew Leopold 2 0-0 4. Totals - 17 9-14 50.

DILLON — Boyd Jenne 7 2-2 17, Trae Williams 1 3, Ben Folsom 4 0-1 10, JD Ferris 1 3, Troy Scott 7 0-0 15, Caleb Gillis 5 10. Totals - 25 3-5 59.

3-pointers — Corvallis 7 (Jessop 7), Dillon 6 (Jenne, Williams, Folsom 2, Ferris, Scott). Total fouls — Corvallis 7, Dillon 17. Fouled out — none. Technicals — none.


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