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SAT., 02-09 BOYS BBALL RESULTS

February 10, 2013
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

BOYS BASKETBALL 2012-13      
February 9, 2013        
NORTHWEST OVERALL   CONFERENCE
COL FALLS 12 5 6 1
WHITEFISH 10 6 5 2
FRENCHTOWN 8 9 4 3
POLSON 6 10 1 5
LIBBY 7 10 1 6

 

Col. Falls…78 Whitefish…59

Whitefish…18 17 9 15 — 59

C-Falls…21 18 15 24 — 78

WHITEFISH — Keaton Nicholson 9, EJ Havens 8, Logan Harwood 12, Jace Kalbfleisch 6, Art Doorn 10, Cooper Olson 14.

COLUMBIA FALLS – Alex Presnell 23, Trevor Houston 4, Austin Martin 4, Colin King 6, Luke Kazlauskas 24, Ty Morgan 11, Jared Trinastich 6.

Polson…54 Libby…44

Libby…15 9 9 11 — 44

Polson…5 17 14 18 — 54

LIBBY — Collin Johnson 2, Dan Leggins 8, Will Reichel 2, Jared Winslow 10, Barak Lapka 2, Kraig Nelson 18, Tarasik Krisanov 2.

POLSON — Cedrick Smith 16, Will Davey 7, Cedric Earthboy 2, Dylan Kelley 2, Chris McDonald 2, Hayden Congdon 6, Riley Sampson 19.

Polson 54, Libby 44
 
At Polson on Senior Night, the host Pirates avenged an earlier in the season one point loss to Libby by cutting down the visiting Loggers to even the series and secure their first conference victory. Trailing most of the first half, the Pirates briefly held the lead before the Loggers regained it just before intermission. Polson would tie the game two minutes into the 3rd Quarter before regaining the lead off a Cedrick Smith steal 31-29. Although Libby would tie the game on a subsequent possession, the Pirates slowly nursed a one point lead into something larger as the game entered its final stretch. Some clutch free-throw shooting and some deft slashing moves to the basket by Smith expended the margin until the Loggers were forced to commit fouls in an attempt to whittle down the lead of their hosts, to little avail. Kraig Nelson led the visitors with 18 points, followed by Jared Winslow with a dozen. Polson placed two players in double figures with Riley Sampson securing 19 points followed by Smith with 16 points.
 
LIBBY 15 9 9 11 - 44
POLSON 5 17 14 18 - 54
 
LIBBY - Kraig Nelson 18, Jared Winslow 10*, Dan Leggins 8, Barak Lapka 2, Lane Luscher 2, Colin Johnson 2, Tarasik Krisanov 2.
 
POLSON - Riley Sampson 19, Cedrick Smith 16, Will Davey 7, Hayden Congdon 6, Cedric Earthboy 2, Dylan Kelley 2, Chris McDonald 2.
 
3FG - Libby 5-20 (Winslow 2, Leggins 2, Nelson), Polson 1-10 (Congdon). REBOUNDS - Libby >21 (Winslow 8, Nelson 5, Johnson 3, Lapka 3, Luscher, Krisanov), Polson >27 (Smith 6, Davey 6, Sampson 5, Earthboy 3, Kelley 3, Congdon 3, McDonald). ASSISTS - Libby > 5 (Nelson 4, Luscher), Polson >5 (Smith 3, Davey, Congdon). STEALS - Libby > 6 (Winslow 4, Leggins, Luscher), Polson >2 (Smith, Davey). BLOCKS - Libby at least 1 (Winslow), Polson at least 2 (Derek Peel, Sampson).
 
unofficial game rendition by John Heglie based upon own game notations. Some details will likely vary from official summary. This amateur statistician was unable to consult after the game to acquire a more comprehensive set of data. A few details may have been missed on account of the pace of the game during multiple event sequences. Asterisk (*) denotes anomoly from reported scoring recap announced after the game. This statistical data had Lapka for a deuce, whereas the announcer recap had him for zero and credited another basket to Winslow. It is possible that I may have conflated 34 (Lapka) with 24 (Winslow), but that is what was noted after the basket was made early into the game.

Frenchtown…90 Plains…53

Plains…13 20 13 7 – 53

Frenchtown…19 29 19 23 – 90

PLAINS – Trent Brouillette 5, Aaron Baker 13, Jon Baker 6, Kyle Revier 9, Dallas Burgess 7, Wyatt Winebrenner 2, Jeremiah Crawford 11.

FRENCHTOWN – John Chapman 18, Levi Shepard 12, Daniel Lebsock 15, Andrew Honken 7, Bridger Truett 12, Kyle Cyr 10, Matt Price 16.

BC boys ride big second half to win

Updated: February 9, 2013

CORVALLIS — Three Butte Central players scored in double figures and the Maroons caught fire in the second half Saturday night, rolling to a 57-36 Southwestern A boys’ basketball victory over home-standing Corvallis.

Brady Tippett scored 21 points to lead the Maroons, who outscored the Blue Devils 34-16 to break open a game they trailed 26-23 at halftime. Nate Bolstad scored 18 points, while Kale Guldseth tossed in 12.

“Brady was really a leader for us tonight,” BC coach Brodie Kelly said. “Bolstad played great at both ends of the floor. We shared the ball really well tonight and our energy was good.”

Also, Connor McGree, Dalton Sessions and Marcus Ferriter each scored two points as BC improved to 6-3 in conference and 11-6 overall.

Chase Walker poured in 17 points to lead the Blue Devils, who fell to 0-8 and 1-15.

“I was really happy with the way we played,” BC coach Brodie Kelly said. “We defended well tonight. We struggled shooting in the second quarter. Our guys did a nice job attacking their zone in the second half.”

The Maroons close out the regular season next Saturday in Anaconda. BC hosts the Southwestern A Divisional tournament at the Maroon Activities Center in two weeks.

Butte Central  11   12   17   17 — 57
Corvallis         8   18     8     8  — 36
BUTTE CENTRAL (6-3, 11-6)
— Kale Guldseth 12, Connor McGree 2, Brady Tippett 21, Dalton Sessions 2, Marcus Ferriter 2, Nate Bolstad 18.
CORVALLIS (0-8, 1-15) — Alma Powell 3, Jayce Gilder 7, Jasen Jessop 7, Chase Walker 17, Andrew Leopold 2.

Laurel wraps up perfect Eastern A season

SIDNEY -- Jake Anderson scored 15 points, including making 7 of 11 free throw attempts, as the Laurel Locomotives finished the Eastern A unbeaten for the third time in four seasons with a 52-40 win at Sidney on Saturday afternoon.

Top-ranked Laurel finished the game 20 of 31 from the foul line, including 13 of 18 in the fourth quarter.

Brett Thompson chipped in 9 points for Laurel, while Colin Moran put in a game-high 16 for the Eagles.

Laurel closes out the regular season Feb. 16 at Class AA top-ranked Billings Skyview.

Billings Central boys beat Glendive, 50-41

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GLENDIVE -- Billings Central made 16 of 21 free throws in the fourth quarter Saturday in downing Glendive 50-41 in Eastern A boys basketball.

The Rams, who outscored the Red Devils 20-12 in the closing eight minutes, improved to 8-2 in league and 11-5 overall with the win. Glendive fell to 5-4 and 12-5.

Jacob Stanton led three Rams in double-digit scoring with 15 points. Daniel Meyer chipped in with 13 and Dylan Hanser 12.

Central led 30-29 going into the fouth quarter. The Rams shot 20 of 29 at the foul line on the night.

Glendive was led by 11 points of Tanner Schwartz.

 

Dillon…65 Hamilton…36

Hamilton…3 12 4 17 — 36

Dillon…15 15 20 15 — 65

Hamilton — Josh Heath 6, Chris Cleveland 5, Teague Blome 5, Jesse Bartels 8, Josh Bander 5, Cameron Kohn 6, Josh Ryter 1. Totals — 13 3-10 36.

Dillon – Boyd Jenne 13, Ben Folsom 13, JD Ferris 6, Chance Kluesner 1, Troy Scott 9, Wyatt Holland 4, Carson King 4, Dale Peterson 3, Caleb Gillis 12, Totals — 23 17-21 65.

3-pointers — Heath 2, Blome, Bartels 2, Bander, Kohn, Jenne, Folsom. Total fouls — Ham 17, Dillon 14. Fouled out — Scott.

Butte Central…57 Corvallis…36

Butte Central…11 12 17 17 – 57

Corvallis…2 18 8 8 – 36

BUTTE CENTRAL – Kale Gulbseth 12, Connor McGree 2, Brady Tippett 21, Dalton Sessions 2, Marcus Ferriter 2, Nate Bolstad 18.

CORVALLIS – Alma Powell 3, Jayce Gilder 7, Jansen Jessop 7, Chase Walker 17, Andrew Leopold 2.

Whitehall…57 Anaconda…36

Anaconda…8 6 11 11 — 36

Whitehall…10 17 10 20 — 57

ANACONDA (2-13) — Cory Stanberry 9 Jade Green 2 Jackson Wagner 4 Brandon Fode 8 Dennis Stanberry 7 Geoff Dierenfeldt 4 Drew Conrady 2. TOTALS: 16 3-8 36.

WHITEHALL (11-6) — Sean McCarthy 7 Matt Dyson 11 Casey McLean 21 Bryce Murphy 2 Camden Sacry 7 Connell Coffing 3 Bridger Ament 7. TOTALS: 18 15-21 57.

Billings Central 50, Glendive 41

Billings Central 12  10  20  50 
Glendive 17  12  41 

Billings Central (8-2, 11-5) — Jacob Stanton 3 8-12 15, Riley Nichols 1 0-0 2, Connor Cerkovnik 1 0-0 3, Blaine Sandau 1 3-4 5, Daniel Meyer 4 5-7 13, Dylan Hanser 3 4-6 12, Ian Byorth 0 0-0 0, Garrett Flaming 0 0-0 0. Bryce Hawbaker 0 0-0 0. Totals: 13 20-29 50. 3-point goals: Hanser 2, Cerkovnik, Stanton. Fouls: 12.

Glendive (5-4, 12-5) — Ryan Hood 2 1-2 7, Taylor Schwartz 2 1-2 6, Blake Stanhope 2 0-0 6, Tanner Schwartz 4 2-3 11, Colter Bachmeier 2 1-2 5, Bryden Boehning 2 2-2 6, Tanner Phipps 0 0-0 0, Gavin McPherson 0 0-0 0, Xander Canen 0 0-0 0. Totals: 14 7-11 41. 3-point goals: Hood 2, Taylor Schwartz, Stanhope 2, Tanner Schwartz. Fouls: 19. Fouled out: Hood, Boehning.


Laurel 52, Sidney 40

Laurel  16 12  15  52 
Sidney 8 17 40 

Laurel (17-0, 10-0) — Dylan Meccage 2 0-1 6, Taylor Maida 2 2-2 6, Shawn Nardella 1 1-2 3, Bryce Herman 1 3-4 6, Brett Thompson 1 6-8 9, Jake Anderson 4 7-11 15, Evan Jones 1 1-3 3, Zach Allen 2 0-0 4, Jared Simmons 0 0-0 0. Team totals 14 20-31 52.

Sidney (5-11, 2-7) — Paul Brannon 4 0-3 8, Colin Moran 5 3-4 16, Justin Brown 0 0-0 0, Luke Montgomery 0 0-0 0, Cody Steinbeisser 1 1-3 4, Caleb Benson 2 0-0 4, Austin Papka 1 0-0 2, Colton Moran 2 0-0 4, Jesse Abelseth 1 0-0 2. Team totals: 16 4-10 40

Lodge Grass 76, Hardin 63

Hardin 12  13  15  23  63 
Lodge Grass 22  17  21  16  76 

Hardin — Gary Dawes 3, Machiah Not Afraid 8, Kordell Cummins 12, Anthony Whiteman 9, Jacie Hogan 2, Kirt Laforge 15, Milo Paz 4, Keen Whitewolf 3, Jared Johnson 7.

Lodge Grass — Simon Bulltail 21, Trey Dust 7, Tanner Amyotte 8, Terrace Yazzie 8, Sport Covers Up 23, Anfernee Caplett 9.


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