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SAT., 02-02 GIRLS BBALL RESULTS

February 3, 2013
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

GIRLS SAT.  02-02   
COLUMBIA FALLS 51 POLSON 32
HAMILTON 60 ANACONDA 31  
BELGRADE 50 LEWISTOWN 41
BUTTE CENTRAL 32 LIVINGSTON 22
CONRAD V BROWNING  
HAVRE 56 SHELBY 24  
MILES CITY 45 BILLINGS CENTRAL 44
SIDNEY 55 GLENDIVE 36  

 

GIRLS BBALL 2012-2013      
2/2/2013        
NORTHWEST OVERALL   CONFERENCE
COL FALLS 12 3 6 0
FRENCHTOWN 11 4 5 2
POLSON 5 10 3 3
LIBBY 3 12 1 5
WHITEFISH 1 14 1 6

 

Columbia Falls 51, Polson 32

At Polson, Haley Belgarde scored 12 points against the Pirates and helped keep the No. 3 Wildkats undefeated in Northwestern A play.

Columbia Falls (6-0 in conference, 12-4 overall) led by four at halftime, but outscored the Pirates 28-11 in the second half.

Winter Kemppainen scored 10 to join Belgarde in double figures for the Wildkats.

Polson’s Anna DiGiallonardo led the Pirates (2-3, 4-10) with nine points.

Col. Falls 13 12 12 14 – 51

Polson 4 17 4 7 – 32

COLUMBIA FALLS – Ciera Finberg 5, Miranda Livingston 2, Tori Price 2, Kathrin Jetty 2, Hope Burlage 8, Andrea Getts 6, Winter Kemppainen 10, Haley Belgarde 12, Shannon Hay 4.

POLSON – Mackenzie Banner 5, Tegan Ballard 2, Jaylin Kenney 2, Anna DiGiallonardo 9, Jessica Bagnell 4, Hallie Hovenkotter 4, Heidi Rausch 6.

Hamilton 60, Anaconda 31

At Hamilton, Sami Kratofil scored a game-high 16 points as the No. 1-ranked Broncs made short work of Southwestern A rival Anaconda.

Jaylee Albert scored all of her six points in a second-quarter surge that put Hamilton (6-1 conference, 12-3 overall) up 36-20. Taylor Goligoski added eight points in the third quarter as the gap grew to 55-25.

Goligoski finished with 13 points and McKayl Rothie 11, including three 3-pointers, for the Broncs. Natasha Strommen scored 11 points to lead Anaconda (3-6, 5-9).

Anaconda 11 9 5 6 – 31

Hamilton 16 20 19 5 – 60

ANACONDA – Taylor Flynn 2, Kernan Gallagher 2, Natasha Strommen 11, Julia Peterson 4, Tyler Baustadt 6, Shea Forsberg 1, Khali Knadler 3, Lacee Moodry 2.

HAMILTON – McKayl Rothie 11, Sami Kratofil 16, Kali Hayes 8, Jaylee Albert 6, Ellie Hurlburt 2, Taylor Goligoski 13, Bri Huggans 4.

 

BC girls win easy in Livingston

 
Updated: February 2, 2013

LIVINGSTON — Butte Central’s girls’ basketball team completed the season sweep of the Livingston Rangers Saturday, winning 32-22 in the non-conference road game.

The Maroons improved to 11-4 with the non-conference victory.

Mariah Cooney scored 12 points and pulled down 11 rebounds to lead the Maroons, who play at Belgrade in a non-conference game on Tuesday.

The Maroons led 14-0 after one quarter and 20-8 at halftime. BC, which was playing without leading scorer Danee Leary, outscored Livingston 7-0 in the third quarter before the Rangers made a run in the fourth.

 

Miles City girls knock off Central, 45-44 

 
 

Alecia Chamberlin’s layup with 10 seconds remaining lifted Miles City to a 45-44 victory over Billings Central in Eastern A girls basketball Saturday at the Nelles Activities Center.

Chamberlin and Beth Sutter both scored 10 points for the Cowgirls, who improved their overall record to 4-11 and 2-7 in the conference.

The Rams were done in by poor free throw shooting, making just 8 of 20 foul shots. Central, the No. 2 ranked team in Class A, dropped to 8-6 and 5-3 in the Eastern A.

Justyn Juhl paced Central with 16 points, while Sammy Elliott added 10.

Miles City 45, Central 44

Miles City 11  12  12  10  45 
Billings Central 17  15  44 

Miles City — Tori Swope 3 0-0 7, Beth Sutter 5 0-2 10, Ashlie Larson 2 0-1 5, Shaylee Singleton 3 1-2 8, Alecia Chamberlin 3 3-6 10, Katelyn Hirsch 0 0-0 0, Dani Finn 0 0-0 0, Kadie Heinle 0 0-0 0, Julie Jones 0 0-1 2, Blaquire 1 1-2 3. Totals: 18 5-14 45. 3-point goals: 4 (Swope 1, Larson 1, Singlton 1, Chamberlin 1). Fouls: 16. 

Billings Central — Sammy Elliott 4 2-4 10, Allie Lucas 2 3-6 7,  Hadley Ryan 0 0-0 0, Erika Kuehn 2 0-2 4, Justyn Juhl 8 0-2 16, Mariah Wittman 0 0-0 0, Baylee Hadley 1 3-4 5, Melissa Koerber 0 0-2 0. Totals: 18 8-20 44. 3-point goals: 0. Fouls: 13.


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