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FRI., 02-08 BOYS BBALL RESULTS

February 9, 2013
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

FRI., 02-08    
BOYS      
COLUMBIA FALLS 84 RONAN 52
POLSON 51 CORVALLIS 48  
BELGRADE 67 THREE FORKS 51
BILLINGS CENTRAL 62 SIDNEY 41*
BILLINGS WEST 93 HARDIN 32
HAVRE 57 CONRAD 39  
LAUREL 42 GLENDIVE* 39 OT  
LEWISTOWN 65 LIVINGSTON 46*
HELLGATE 75 STEVENSVILLE 57
SENIOR 75 MILES CITY 40  

 

BOYS BASKETBALL 2012-13      
February 8, 2013        
NORTHWEST OVERALL   CONFERENCE
WHITEFISH 10 5 5 1
COL FALLS 11 5 5 1
FRENCHTOWN 7 9 4 3
LIBBY 7 9 1 5
POLSON 5 10 0 5

 

Col. Falls…84 Ronan…52

Ronan…6 19 15 12 — 52

CFalls…32 12 21 19 — 84

RONAN — Jalen Bell 10, Carster Baertsch 3, Dallas Jore 4, Jared Dupuis 2, Tim Woll 6, Alex Juejusch 5, Colter McCrea 5, Zach Wagner 16, Daniel Aylesworth 1.

COLUMBIA FALLS — Alex Presnell 1, Trevor Houston 2, Jayce Fagerland 4, Austin Martin 19, Colin King 10, Luke Kazlauskas 19, Nakia Alexander 2, Ty Morgan 7, Mason Gedlaman 5, Jared Trinastich 11, Austin Kimmet 4.

Polson…51 Corvallis…48

Corvallis…15 0 15 18 — 48

Polson…7 13 9 22 — 51

CORVALLIS — Elma Powell 18, Jayce Gilder 5, Chaney Waldo 3, Jansen Jessop 11, Chase Walker 11.

POLSON — Cedrick Smith 5, Will Davey 10, Cedric Earthboy 2, Derek Peel 6, Chris McDonald 1, Hayden Congdon 14, Riley Sampson 13.

Polson 51, Corvallis 48
 
At Polson, the host Pirates emerged victorious from a close see-saw battle with the visiting Corvallis Blue Devils. After rallying in the 2nd qtr to take the lead at the half, the Pirates entered the final quarter at the short end of a one point deficit. The final quarter featured a handful of ties and numerous lead changes before the host team was able to engineer a slight edge and then hold off the final charge of the visitors. The two teams combined for 14 triples, ten for Corvallis and a quartet for Polson.
 
Corvallis 15 0 15 18 - 48
Polson 7 13 9 22 - 51
 
CORVALLIS - Alma Powell 18, Jansen Jessop 11, Chase Walker 11, Jayce Gilder 5, Chaney Waldo 3.
 
POLSON - Hayden Congdon 14, Riley Sampson 13, Will Davey 10, Derek Peel 6, Cedrick Smith 5, Cedric Earthboy 2, Chris McDonald 1.
 
3FG - Corvallis 10 (Powell 4, Jessop 3, Walker 2, Waldo), Polson 4 (Peel 2, Congdon 2). REBOUNDS - Corvallis > 30 (Gilder 10), Polson > 17 (Davey 5, Sampson 4). ASSISTS - Corvallis ? (Powell), Polson at least 9 (Davey 7). STEALS - Corvallis >6 (at least 2 = Jessop, Powell), Polson at least 7 (at least 2 = Congdon, Sampson). BLOCKS - Corvallis ?, Polson at least 4 (Davey, Earthbod, Sampson).
 
unofficial game rendition by John Heglie derived from own notations. Some details may vary from official summary.

Hellgate roars past Stevensville in fourth

 

STEVENSVILLE – Missoula Hellgate got hot in the fourth quarter to pull out a 75-57 nonconference boys’ basketball win over Stevensville on Friday in a matchup of highly ranked teams.

The Knights, ranked third in Class AA, led 55-51 with five minutes remaining in the game. They scored 20 points in the final five minutes and went 8 for 8 from the field and 10 for 12 from the charity stripe in the final period.

“They came out and really played a good last quarter,” Stevensville’s coach Keith Chambers said.

Tres Tinkle had 13 points in the fourth quarter and finished with 24 to lead Hellgate. Devin Bray shot 10 for 15 from the field and was 8 for 8 from the free-throw line for 21 points for the Knights (14-2 overall).

Kadin Beller hit five 3-pointers and finished with 21 points for Stevensville, ranked No. 2 in Class A, and Jared Schultz scored 12 points on four treys for the Yellowjackets (14-3).

Hellgate 13 23 12 27 – 75

Stevensville 18 14 11 14 – 57

HELLGATE – Tres Tinkle 10 4-6 24, Luke Bewely 2 2-2 6, Brady Henthorn 3 1-2 7, Hunter Mahlum 4 0-0 8, Mark Lebsock 1 0-0 2, Devin Bray 6 8-8 21, Pat Colberg 2 0-0 4, Dylan Harvalla 1 1-1 3. Totals 29 16-19 75.

STEVENSVILLE – Austin Lords 1 0-1 2, Kadin Beller 6 4-5 21, Zach Gavlak 4 1-4 9, Jesse Sims 4 1-1 9, Jared Schultz 4 0-0 12, Trevor Zeiler 1 0-0 3, Chris Bergman 0 1-2 1. Totals 20 7-13 57.

3-point goals – Hellgate 1 (Bray), Stevensville 10 (Beller 5, Schultz 4, Zeiler). Total fouls – Hellgate 15, Stevensville 16. Fouled out – none

West cruises past Hardin 

HARDIN -- Five Billings West players scored in double figures as the Bears rolled past Hardin 93-32 Friday night at the Hardin gym.

Andrew Campbell led the Bears balanced attack with 16 points, and Brennan Whittmeyer chipped in 13 points in helping West rack up their highest point total of the season.

The Bears got out to an early start, jumping ahead of the Bulldogs 55-19 at halftime.  West had 39 2-point field goals and made just three 3-pointers in the win.

West improved to 13-3 overall and will play at Billings Central next Thursday.

Hardin remained winless on the season dropping to 0-16.  The Bulldogs were led by Anthony Whiteman, who had nine points.

Billings West 93, Hardin 32

Billings West 24  31  24  14  93 
Hardin 11  32 

Billings West (13-3, 7-2) — Josh Zeller 0 2-2 2, Brennan Whittmeyer 5 1-1 13, Nate Deming 6 0-0 12, Tanner Berg 1 0-0 2, Andrew Campbell 7 1-2 16, Michael Tessmer 3 2-3 8, Tyler Webb 6 0-1 12, Jared Samuelson 4 0-0 8, Danny Betcher 3 0-0 6, Jeremiah Cochran 2 0-0 4, Stewart Harris 5 0-0 10. Totals: 42 6-9 93. 3-pointers: 3 (Wittmeyer 2, Campbell). Fouls: 10. Fouled out: None.

Hardin (0-16, 0-9) — Jared Johnson 1 0-0 2, Gary Dawes 2 0-0 5, Anthony Whiteman 4 0-0 9, Kordell Cummins 2 1-3 5, Keen White Wolf 2 0-0 5, Melvin Ware 2 0-0 4, Juan Salazar 0 2-2 2. Totals: 13 3-5 32. 3-pointers: 3 (Dawes, Whiteman, White Wolf). Fouls: 11. Fouled out: None.

 

Havre…57 Conrad…39

Havre…4 7 23 23 -- 57

Conrad…6 7 10 16 -- 39

Havre – Nate Rismon 2, Dane Warp 19, Ramsey Drew 3, Thuman Holdsclaw 10, Kade Rismon 20, Jace Kato 3. Totals: 23 9-14.

Conrad – Devin VandenBos 6, Camron Janzen 8, Austin Zomer 18, Shane Larson 3, Tristen Diedrich 2, Matt Missik 2. Totals: 15 4-9.

Total fouls: Havre 9, Conrad 16. Fouled out: None. Three pointers: Warp 1, Drew 1, Janzen 2, Zomer 3.

Lewistown…65 Livingston…46

Livingston… 17 11 7 11 -- 46

Lewistown… 14 19 19 13 -- 65

Livingston – Nick Bragg 6, Laden Ricketts 13, Jesse Darr 10, Daniel Fowlie 2, Colton Gavne 3, Marcus Payne 12. Totals: 16 8-12.

Lewistown – Tre Bradley 4, Brock Butcher 2, Morgan Ray 9, James Derhaim 19, Dylan Stenseth 21, Jakob Plagenes 2, Andy Butcher 8. Totals: 24 13-18.

Total fouls: Livingston 19, Lewistown 15. Fouled out: None. Three pointers: Bragg 2, Ricketts 3, Darr 1, Derhaim 1, Stenseth 3.

Belgrade…67 Three Forks…51

Belgrade…13 12 25 17 - 67

Three Forks…9 9 14 19 - 51

BELGRADE (10-7) - Jeremy Ragar 1 0-0 3, Drew Fowler 0 0-0 0, Ryan Townsend 2 3-4 8, Jered Bryant 2 2-3 8, Brandon Karnath 2 2-4 7, Koby Ruff 0 0-0 0, Shiloh Christopher 7 09-0 17, Trevor Mahn 8 1-2 20, Trevor Campbell 0 0-0 0, Tyler Ferguson 0 2-4 2, Garet Fowler 0 0-0 0, Baxter Roys 1 0-0 2. Totals: 23 10-17 67.

THREE FORKS (7-10) - Tucker Bronson 1 1-2 3, Tyler Gootkin 2 0-0 4, Chad Houska 2 0-0 4, Luke Colberg 0 2-2 2, Alex Sebena 0 1-2 1, Trevor Aune 0 0-0 0, Dustin Young 4 1-4 9, Jackson Rose 3 7-8 13, Cooper Lower 0 0-0 0, Leyton Bellamy 3 1-3 7, Jordan Freeman 4 0-0 8. Totals: 19 13-21 51.

3-point goals: Bel 11 (Christopher 3, Mahn 3, Bryant 2, Ragar 1, Townsend 1), TF 0. Fouls: Bel 14, TF 15. Fouled out: none. Technicals: Aune.

Billings Central 62, Sidney 41

Billings Central 19  12  22  62 
Sidney 16  41 

Billings Central — Jacob Stanton 14, Ian Byorth 5, Connor Cerkovnik 9, Blayne Sandau 1, Colin Holetz 2, Bryce Hawbaker 3, Daniel Meyer 18, Dylan Hanser 7, Jonah Studner 3.

Sidney — Paul Brannon 5, Justin Brown 16, Luke Montgomery 3, Caleb Benson 5, Austin Papka 1, Colton Moran 11.

 

Laurel 42, Glendive 39 OT

Laurel 15  42 
Glendive 11  11  39 

Laurel (16-0, 9-0) – Taylor Maida 13, Shawn Nardella 10, Bryce Herman 2, Brett Thompson 4, Jake Anderson 4, Evan Jones 6, Jarred Simons 3.

Glendive (12-4, 5-3) – Ryan Hood 4, Taylor Schwartz 5, Blake Stanhope 6, Colter Bachmeier 3, Bryden Boehning 19, Tanner Phipps 2.

Highlights --Taylor Maida made a three pointer as time expired in overtime to give the Locomotives the dramatic victory. With the win, Laurel remained unbeaten and clinched the regular season Eastern A title.


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