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TUES., 01-29 BOYS BBALL RESULTS

January 30, 2013
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

TUES., 01-29    
BOYS      
BILLINGS CENTRAL 65 SIDNEY 32
DICKINSON 64 MILES CITY 48
LIVINGSTON 57 DILLON 55  
MALTA 59 HAVRE 30  
HAMILTON 41 LOYOLA 40  

 

Hamilton 41, Loyola Sacred Heart 40

At Hamilton, the Class A Broncs knocked off Class B’s No. 6-ranked Loyola Sacred Heart in a come-from-behind nonconference game.

Teague Blome scored eight of his 13 points in the fourth quarter as Hamilton (5-9) won the frame 17-12.

Kameron Kohn matched Blome with 13 points for the Broncs.

The Rams (11-4) were led by Josh Janssen’s 12 points while Tony Madsen chipped in 10.

Loyola 8 8 12 12 – 40

Hamilton 5 11 8 17 – 41

LOYOLA – Tony Madsen 10, Matt McHugh 7, Josh Janssen 12, JJ Anderson 6, Forestt Cooper 5.

HAMILTON – Josh Heath 3, Ty Burt 7, Teague Blome 13, Kameron Kohn 13, Reese Isherwood 3, Jesse Bartels 2.

 

Central boys win big over Sidney

Daniel Meyer scored 26 points and Blayne Sandau added four 3-pointers as Billings Central dominated Sidney 65-32 in Eastern A boys basketball action on Tuesday Night at the Nelles Activity Center.

The Rams led 30-4 after one and 49-12 at the halftime on their way to the lopsided victory.

Sandau finished with 12 points and Connor Cerkovnik added nine.

Austin Papka led Sidney with five points.

 

Billings Central 65, Sidney 32

Sidney 4 13  32 
Billings Central 30 19  65

Sidney (4-9, 2-4) — Paul Brannon 0 2-4, 2, Rylee Peterson 0 0-0 0, Cade Strasheim 1 0-0 2, Colin Moran 2 0-0 4, Justin Brown 2 0-0 2, Luke Montgomery 1 1-2 3, Tyler Quinhing 0 0-0 0, Cody Steinbeisser 0 2-2 2, Caleb Benson 2 0-1 4, Austin Papka 2 0-1 5, Colton Moran 1 0-0 2, Jesse Abelseth 1 0-0 2, Korey Halverson 1 0-0 2, Totals: 13 5-10 32. Three-point goals: 1 (Papka). Fouls: 11.

Billings Central (7-5, 4-2) — Jacob Stanton 1 0-0 2, Riley Nichols 0 0-0 0, Holden Ryan 1 0-1 2, Cam Caraveau 0 0-0 0, Ian Byorth 0 1-2 1, Garrett Flamming 1 0-0 3, Conner Cerkovnik 4 1-2 9, Blayne Sandau 4 0-0 12, Colin Holetz 1 0-0 2, Bryce Hawbaker 0 2-2 2, Daniel Meyer 10 6-7 26, Dylan Hanser 3 0-0 6. Totals: 25 10-14 65. Three-point goals: 5 (Sandau 4, Flamming 1). Fouls: 9

 

Livingston 57, Dillon 55

Dillon 20  21  55 
Livingston 19  11  18  57 

Dillon — Boyd Jenne 8, Trae Williams 4, Ben Folsom 21, J.D. Ferris 1, Austin Carver 2, Troy Scott 11, Wyatt Holland 2, Caleb Gillis 6.

Livingston — Caleb Gable 1, Nick Bragg 5, Ladan Ricketts 11, Garrett Schweigert 2, Ryley Heidt 4, Jesse Darr 6, Marcus Payne 28.

Highlights -- Livingston's Payne also collected 20 rebounds and four assists.


Malta 59, Havre 30

Malta 18  13  15  13  59 
Havre 10  30 

Malta — Kendall Denham 15, Kaden Bedwell 2, Zach Handley 14, Zach Czereda 3, Nathan Veit 2, Tate Carney 3, Tucker Schye 20.

Havre — Nate Rismon 4, Dane Warp 3, Ramsey Drew 4, Thurman Holdsclaw 6, Jade Rismon 11, Jose Kato 2.


Shepherd 80, Hardin 67

Shepherd 24  11  24  21  80
Hardin 11 19  16 21 67

Shepherd — Tanner Ophus 14, John Mushaben 8, Andrew Barkhuff 12, Jake Mader 11, Dave Martinson 17, Tyson Hinkle 8, Lucas Reif 10.

Hardin — Jared Johnson 6, Gary Dawes 11, Anthony White Man 5, Keen White Wolf 3, Machiah Not Afraid 12, Kirt Laforge 14, Oliver Wallace 16.

Park avenges early-season loss to Townsend

Enterprise photo by Shawn Raecke

Rangers Nick Bragg, center, and Daniel Fowlie, right, set up their defense in the second half against Townsend at Park High, Saturday night.

Not too long ago, Park High School basketball coach Scott Rosberg did a little tweeking to what the Rangers were doing on defense.

“We really wanted to focus more on our man-to-man defense, play with more intensity on defense, and apply better pressure,” said the third-year coach.

The changes are working.

Saturday, Park not only avenged a late-December, three-point loss to Townsend with its 69-57 victory, but the Rangers also won their second-straight game.

“I don’t know if you’d call it a winning streak yet, but we are improving,” said Rosberg of Park, which also defeated Three Forks last Tuesday.

Early on, Townsend stuck right with the Rangers and even led 19-14 at the end of the first quarter.

But in the second, it was all Rangers.

Sparked by 13 second-quarter points from senior all-stater Marcus Payne, Park outscored the Bulldogs 29-13 for a 43-27 lead at halftime.

In the third quarter, Park was back at it as Ranger Daniel Fowlie scored six points to help Park increase its lead to 60-38 entering the fourth.

“We didn’t panic,” said Rosberg. “We did enough to keep the lead.”

Payne led all scorers in the game with 25 points, and added 11 rebounds; Ladan Ricketts chipped in 12 points, five rebounds, four steals and two assists; Fowlie finished with six points and five rebounds; and Caleb Gable had five assists.

“It was a good team win,” said Rosberg. “Most importantly, our defensive intensity was good. We limited them on the offensive boards and also didn’t turn the ball over.

Park returns to the hardwood against  back-to-back ranked teams in nonconference Dillon and nonleague Butte Central.

The Rangers are 0-1 against Butte Central and have yet to play Dillon.

With Saturday’s win, the Rangers are 3-9 on the season.


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