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THURS., 02-07 BOYS BBALL RESULTS

February 8, 2013
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

THURS., 02-07    
BOYS      
LOYOLA 64 FRENCHTOWN 54
WHITEFISH 80 PLAINS 37  
MANHATTAN 42 BELGRADE 40
BUTTE 55 ANACONDA 44  
STEVENSVILLE 64 HAMILTON 54*

 

Prep boys' basketball: JJ Anderson, Josh Janssen lead Loyola past Broncs

Loyola Sacred Heart had too many Js for for Frenchtown on Thursday, in a 64-54 win over the Broncs in boys’ basketball at the Sister Rita Activity Center.

JJ Anderson scored 21 points to lead the Rams, ranked No. 8 in Class B. Josh Janssen scored all of his 18 in the second half as Loyola snapped a three-game losing skid.

Matt McHugh scored seven points to go with 10 rebounds for the Rams, who ended the regular season 12-6. Forestt Cooper checked in with 12 points.

For Frenchtown, a former league rival now playing in the Northwestern A, John Chapman had 15 points. Kyle Cyr added 10 points and 13 rebounds for the Broncs (7-9), and Daniel Lebsock scored 12 points.

The Rams began the game 2 of 9 on free throws, but heated up to finish 18 for 29. That included an 11-for-14 performance in the fourth quarter.

Frenchtown 13 12 14 15 – 54

Loyola 12 14 17 21 – 64

FRENCHTOWN – John Chapman 15, Levi Sheppard 6, Daniel Lebsock 12, Andrew Hanson 2, Bridger Truett 7, Kyle Cyr 10, Matt Price 2.

LOYOLA – Tony Madsen 4, Matt McHugh 7, Josh Janssen 18, JJ Anderson 21, Forestt Cooper 12.

Stevensville 64, Hamilton 54

At Hamilton, Jesse Sims’ 23 points led No. 2 Stevensville to the Southwestern A win over the Broncs.

Sims netted 11 points in the fourth quarter as the Yellowjackets improved to 8-1 in league play and 14-2 overall.

Kadin Beller (15), Zach Gavlak (11) and Jared Schultz (10) also found double figures for Stevensville.

Teague Blome led Hamilton (3-5, 6-10) with 15 points.

Josh Heath added 10 for the Broncs.

Stevensville 18 12 16 18 – 64

Hamilton 11 10 13 20 – 54

STEVENSVILLE – Chris Lords 2, Canyon Miwa-Vogan 0, Austin Lords 3, Kadin Beller 15, Zach Gavlak 11, Jesse Sims 23, Jared Schultz 10.

HAMILTON – Josh Heath 10, Ty Burt 9, Teague Blome 15, Josh Bauder 5, Kameron Kohn 8, Jesse Bartels 7.

Whitefish 80, Plains 37

At Whitefish, Cooper Olson’s season-high 28 points led the Northwestern A Bulldogs to the nonconference win over District 7-B Plains.

Olson netted 16 of his points in a second quarter Whitefish won 34-10.

Olson, who hit four of the team’s 10 3-pointers Thursday, had 24 points in the Bulldogs’ 61-49 win over the Horseman on Jan. 8.

Whitefish improved to 10-5.

Jeremiah Crawford led Plains (3-14) with 16 points.

Plains 12 10 9 6 – 37

Whitefish 16 34 19 11 – 80

PLAINS – Aaron Baker 7, Kyle Revier 2, Dallas Burgess 8, Wyatt Winebrenner 4, Jeremiah Crawford 16.

WHITEFISH – Keaton Nicholson 9, EJ Havens 7, Cody Olson 3, Brandon Maassen 6, Logan Harwood 11, Jace Kalbfleisch 3, Art Doorn 9, Cooper Olson 28, Jake May 4

 

Bulldogs Cook up win at Snake Pit

 
Updated: February 7, 2013 

ANACONDA — The losing streak is over.

Dallas Cook returned to the Snake Pit tonight and lead the Butte High boys’ basketball team to a 55-44 win over the Anaconda Copperheads. The victory snapped Butte High’s nine game losing streak. The Bulldogs’ last victory was Jan. 3 at home against Great Falls High.

Cook, a junior who played varsity for the Copperheads as a sophomore, scored a game-high 16 points for his old team despite being the focus of the Anaconda defense.

He was one of three Bulldogs in double figures. Cory Farstveet, who played through an illness, scored 12 points, while Killian O’Leary tossed in 11. Also, Jake Dennehy scored eight points, Brian Smith netted 5 and Zach Bunney scored three.

Jackson Wagner scored 14 points to pace the Copperheads. Jade Green scored 12 and Caleb Stetzner tossed in nine.

The Bulldogs, who avenged a bitter loss from the last time they played in the Snake Pit in 2011, now lead the storied series with the Copperheads 117-108 all time.

Butte High is off until next Friday and Saturday when the Bulldogs travel to Billings to take on Skyview and West.

Butte High      14   14   14   13 — 55
Anaconda       10     9   14   11 — 44
BUTTE HIGH (3-13)
— Dallas Cook 16, Jake Dennehy 8, Killian O’Leary 11, Brian Smith 5, Zach Bunney 3, Cory Farstveet 12, Kyle Peterson 0.
ANACONDA (2-13) — Dennis Stanberry 0, Cory Stanberry, Eili Mathias 3, Cody Forkan 2, Jade Green 12, Jackson Wagner 14, Geoff Dierenfeldt 0, Caleb Stetzner 9, Brandon Fode 4.

Manhattan…42 Belgrade…40

Manhattan…10 10 12 10 — 42

Belgrade…7 7 10 16 — 40

MANHATTAN (11-6) – Quade McQueary 1 0-2 3, Zach VanDyke 3 8-10 16, Brock Bitterman 0 0-0 0, Rodney Wiersema 0 1-2 1, Nate Vanderby 2 1-2 5, Andrew Wass 2 4-6 8, Alec Nehring 0 0-0 0, Austin Oldenburger 0 1-4 1, Gavin DeJong 3 2-2 8. Totals: 11 17-28 42.

BELGRADE (9-7) – Koby Ruff 0 0-0 0, Ryan Townsend 3 2-4 8, Jered Bryant 2 0-4 5, Brandon Karnath 4 3-4 12, Drew Fowler 0 0-0 0, Baxter Roys 0 0-0 0, Trevor Mahn 2 2-2 6, Tyler Ferguson 0 0-0 0, Garet Fowler 0 0-0 0, Jeremy Ragar 2 0-0 6, Shiloh Christopher 1 1-3 3. Totals: 14 8-17 40.

3-point goals: Man 3 (VanDyke 2, McQueary 1), Bel 4 (Ragar 2, Bryant 1, Karnath 1). Fouls: Man 13, Bel 20. Fouled out: Townsend, Mahn. Technicals: Ragar.


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