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SAT., 02-09 GIRLS BBALL RESULTS

February 10, 2013
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

COLUMBIA FALLS CONFERENCE CHAMPS.

GIRLS BBALL 2012-2013      
2/9/2013        
NORTHWEST OVERALL   CONFERENCE
COL FALLS 14 3 7 0
FRENCHTOWN 13 4 5 2
POLSON 6 10 3 3
LIBBY 3 14 1 6
WHITEFISH 1 15 1 6

 

Col. Falls…67 Whitefish…25

Whitefish…0 8 12 5 — 25

C-Falls…19 18 13 17 — 67

WHITEFISH — Melissa Poe 2, Margot Meyers 3, Ashlee Brewer 5, Allie Schulz 6, Maura Kalbfleisch 3, Lauren Cain 2, Shannon Craft 4.

COLUMBIA FALLS — Summer Burlage 2, Ciera Finberg 6, Miranda Livingston 2, Tori Price 5, Kathrin Jetty 12, Hope Burlage 6, Andrea Getts 2, Winter Kemppainen 10, Ellie Johnson 4, Ally Gimbel 2, Haley Belgarde 16.

Polson 49, Libby 32
 
At Polson on Senior Night, the host Lady Pirates opened the game with a double figure margin only to have the visiting Lady Loggers whittle the lead down to a mere half dozen at the half. The host team would embark upon outscoring their opponents both quarters of the second half to secure their third conference victory by a comfortable margin. The Lady Loggers were led by Hannah England with a baker's dozen, followed by Haley Craig with 10 points. England must have had her calling card all paid up, for she dialed the operator long distance and completed the call a quartet of times from behind the arc, shooting in the 80th percentile before cooling off the second half. Her effort was offset by Polson's Malia Hamel, who also connnected four times from long distance, shooting in the 60th percentile for both deuces as well as treys. Reserve sophomores Kaelen Wall and Skyla Krantz saw their first varsity action in the waning moments and were able to tally their first varsity points with some productive minutes.
 
LIBBY 6 18 4 4 - 32
POLSON 18 12 12 7 - 49
 
LIBBY - Hannah England 13, Hailey Craig 10, Hailey Moe 2, Kaitlyn Gilder 2, Dalyn Germany 2, Gavvy Oliver 2, Devon Gallagher 1.
 
POLSON - Malia Hamel 17, Heidi Rausch 7, Mackenzie Banner 6, Jessica Bagnell 5, Tegan Bauer 5, Hallie Hovenkotter 5, Kaelen Wall 2, Jaylin Kenney 1, Skyla Krantz 1.
 
3FG - Libby 6-17 (England 4, Craig 2), Polson 4-10 (Hamel 4). REBOUNDS - Libby >21 (Gallagher 6, Craig 5, Moe 4, Olivr 3, England 2), Polson 24 (Rausch 6, Bagnell 5, Banner 5, Hovenkotter 2, Kenney 2, Bauer 2, Hamel 1 Peyton Anderson 1). ASSISTS - Libby data not acquired, Polson 4 (Bagnell 3, Bauer). STEALS - Libby > 8 (Gilder 3, Moe 2, Gallagher, Craig, England), Polson 15 Rausch 3, Hamel 3, Bagnell 3, Banner, Hovenkotter, Monika Frame, Breanna Harrison, Bauer, Banner, Krantz). BLOCKS - Libby at least 1 (Gallagher), Polson nada.
 
unofficial game rendition by John Heglie based upon personal notations. Some details may vary from official summary.

Frenchtown 59, Plains 31

At Plains, Vanessa Stavish scored 19 points, Haley Cyr came off the bench to score 17 and Frenchtown made short work of its nonleague foe.

The Northwestern A Broncs, ranked third in Class A, outscored the District 7-B Trotters 30-7 over the middle two quarters and improved to 13-4.

Sami Kinzie scored 10 points in a reserve role for Plains (10-8).

Frenchtown 17 18 12 12 – 59

Plains 11 5 2 13 – 31

FRENCHTOWN – Abby Indreland 2, Vanessa Stavish 19, Kayla Blood 2, Larissa Berg 6, Holly Jacobs 5, Shaela Wallen 5, Kenzie Reid 3, Haley Cyr 17.

PLAINS – Felicia Earhart 2, Hailey Phillips 5, Ashley Holmes 4, Kaya Holmes 4, Jessica Hansen 2, Leah Thompson 4, Sami Kinzie 10.

Maroons rout Blue Devils

Updated: February 9, 2013
Butte Central senior Mariah Cooney looks to the hoop as Corvallis' Jordan Miller defends. Corvallis' Chelsi Clarke (11) and Courtney Albright and BC's Annie Ossello look on. (Bill Foley photo) Butte Central senior Mariah Cooney looks to the hoop as Corvallis' Jordan Miller defends. Corvallis' Chelsi Clarke (11) and Courtney Albright and BC's Annie Ossello look on. (Bill Foley photo)

Butte Central’s girls’ basketball team celebrated Senior Day in style Saturday.

The Maroons scored the first 17 points and cruised to a 55-29 Southwestern A victory over Corvallis at the Maroon Activities Center.

Mariah Cooney scored 16 points and Danee Leary tossed in 15 to lead the Maroons, who improved to 8-1 in conference and 13-4 overall.

Danika Neumann and Hannah Stajcar scored eight points apiece, while Alysea Pica scored six and Annie Ossello tossed in two.

The game was the final regular-season game for the Maroons, who close out the season next week in Anaconda. BC hosts the Southwestern A Divisional tournament in two weeks.

Before the game, BC honored seniors Cooney, Leary, Neumann, Stajcar, Pica, Ossello and Aleesha LaBreche.

CORVALLIS (0-8, 1-15) — Lakyn Connors 2 4-6 9, Chelsea Clark 1 1-2 3, Sydonia Curtis 2 0-0 5, Breann Luedecke 1 0-0 2, Taia Tully 0 0-0 0, Courtney Albright 2 0-0 4, Jordan Miller 2 0-0 4, Kira Doyle 0 0-0 0. Totals 11 5-8 29.
BUTTE CENTRAL (8-1, 13-4) — Hannah Stajcar 3 1-4 8, Danee Leary 7 1-1 15, Alysea Pica 3 0-0 6, Danika Neumann 3 1-2 8, Aleesha LaBreche 0 0-2 0, Mariah Cooney 7 2-2 16, Annie Ossello 1 0-0 2, Chandra McCurdy 0 0-0 0, Shelby Paffhausen 0 0-0 0, Sierra Pica 1 0-1 2, Tayler Templin 0 0-0 0, Shawnee Hjelt 0 0-0 0, Teresa Piazzola 0 0-0 0. Totals 24 5-12 55.
Corvallis         0    12    11     6 — 29
Central           17   17    10   11 — 55

3-point goals — Corvallis 2 (Connors, Curtis), BC 2 (Stajcar, Neumann). Fouls — Corvallis 14, BC 9. Fouled out — none. Technicals — none.

Laurel girls down Sidney, 55-38

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Laurel 55, Sidney 38

LAUREL -- Jayde LeFevre scored a game-high 20 points in leading Laurel to a 55-38 victory over Sidney Saturday in Eastern A girls basketball.

LeFevre nailed four 3-pointers for the Locomotives. She talled nine of her points during the fourth quarter.

Laurel, 7-3 in league and 12-5 overall, led 28-21 at halftime and 38-29 going into the fourth quarter.

The Locomotives also received nine points from Allie McGrath and eight from Dalayna Christenson.

Sidney, 4-5 in league and 11-6 overall, was led by the 13 points of Morgan Thiel. The Eagles had won their previous four games.

Central girls top Glendive to end losing skid

To a girls basketball program like Billings Central’s, a three-game losing streak is a big deal. Winning two state championships in three years comes with some built-in expectations and the Rams, admittedly, weren’t living up to them lately.

So when they came out on the winning end Saturday afternoon at the Nelles Activities Center with a 48-40 victory over Eastern A foe Glendive, Central’s players could finally smile again after a game.

“It is a big streak,” said Central’s Sammy Elliott, who is the lone senior on the team’s roster after Hadley Ryan had knee surgery on Wednesday. “Especially because the games were so close. We lost by one (point), one and then three. It was just really good to come out tonight and get momentum to carry us into the next week.”

Allie Lucas and Justyn Juhl combined for 34 points to lead the way for the Rams. Both players had 17 points, with Juhl sparking a third-quarter rally and Lucas helping to ice the game in the fourth quarter on 6-for-8 free throw shooting.

Aside from an early lead in the opening minutes of the game, Central trailed most of the first half. Glendive led by as many as nine late in the quarter and still clung to a two-point lead at the break.

After halftime, though, Juhl scored three unanswered baskets -- two on entry passes from Erika Kuehn and Mariah Wittman -- and Wittman and Lucas contributed points to a 13-0 Rams’ run. Glendive scored just one point in the quarter on a Brooke Herring free throw with less than a minute left.

Central led 37-27 after the quarter, and though Glendive got to within two, 41-39, on free throws by Alexa Hubbard with 2:56 left in the game, the Red Devils (2-7, 8-9) could close the gap no further.

“I’m relieved for the girls,” Central coach Jeff Malby said. “It was good for them to put enough together to get by and find a way to win. We wanted them to believe in each other and compete harder, and I thought they did.”

Glendive’s Jordan Johnson had eight first-quarter points and finished with a team-high 15. Hubbard and Herring each had 10, but 19 second-half turnovers helped undo the Red Devils’ solid first half.

“Central’s a scrappy team, they play physical, and it’s tough once you have a couple turnovers,” said Glendive coach Jason Amundsen, whose team now has its own three-game losing streak to drop below .500 for the first time this season. “With any team in the Eastern A when you’re down six, eight, 10 points, it’s tough to battle back. It takes a lot of energy to do that.”

The win marked the end of the Rams’ Eastern A schedule, finished with a 6-4 mark. More importantly, Juhl said, it helped take some of the mental pressure off the Rams (9-7), who play non-conference games next week against Lewistown and Billings West.

“We’re all competitive, and we’re all wanting to win,” Juhl said. “This win just came at a perfect time. It’s helped our confidence and we’re coming back strong.”


Senior girls hang on to beat Miles City

MILES CITY -- Jace Henderson scored 16 points and Alli Kieckbusch and Taylor Mims added eight points each as Billings Senior held off Miles City 41-39 in a non-conference girls basketball game on Saturday.

Senior, of the Eastern AA, took a 17-9 first-quarter lead and then held on to beat the Cowgirls of the Eastern A.

Clancee Ferrin made a free throw with 1.4 seconds left to give Senior (11-4) the two-point lead, and Miles City's desperation heave at the buzzer came up short.

The Lady Broncs, playing without starter Marissa Van Atta who is out after suffering a concussion last week, made just 14 of 27 free throws.

"It was a challenge for us," Senior coach Doug Brakke said. "I thought our will to win was good. They just battled and said, 'no excuses.' They did a good job that way."

Five of the Cowgirls' 14 baskets were 3-pointers. Shaylee Singleton had 10 points, while Alecia Chamberlin added nine for the Cowgirls (5-12).

 

Senior 41, Miles City 39

Senior 17  10  41 
Miles City 12  11  39 

Billings Senior (11-4) — Sara Heard 1 0-2 2, Kortney McNeil 1 1-2 4, Alli Kieckbusch 2 4-6 8, Jordyn Wagner 0 0-0 0, Katie Gorman 0 0-0 0, Clancee Ferrin 1 1-5 3, Jace Henderson 5 6-10 16, Taylor Mims 3 2-2 8. Totals: 13 14-27 41. 3-pointers: 1 (McNeil 1). Fouls: 15. Fouled out: Mims.

Miles City (5-12) — Tori Swope 2 0-0 4, Ellingston 0 0-0 0, Ashlie Larson 1 0-0 3, Shaylee Singleton 4 0-0 10, Kaitlyn Hirsch 0 0-0 0, Halie Warren 1 0-0 3, Alecia Chamberlin 2 5-11 9, Dani Finn 4 0-0 9, Katie Heinle 0 1-2 1, Julie Jones 0 0-0 0, Amy Blaquierre 0 0-0 0. Totals: 14 6-13 39. 3-pointers: 5 (Singleton 2, Larson 1, Warren 1, Finn 1). Fouls: 18. Fouled out: Singleton, Swope.

Billings Central 48, Glendive 40

Glendive 15  11  13  40 
Billings Central 15  13  11  48 

Glendive (2-7, 8-9) — Lindsay Tennant 0-0 0-0 0, Austyn Copp 0-0 0-0 0, Teia Knutson 0-0 2-2 2, Ali Silvernale 0-0 0-0 0, Alexa Hubbard 2-6 4-6 10, Jordan Johnson 6-15 1-1 15, Morgan Opp 1-2 0-0 3, Maria Zimdars 0-0 0-0 0, Brooke Herring 4-9 2-4 10. Totals: 13-32 9-13 40. 3-pointers: 5 (Hubbard 2, Johnson 2, Opp 1). Rebounds: 27 (Hubbard 8). Turnovers: 28. Fouls: 16. Fouled out: Johnson.

Billings Central (6-4, 9-7) — Sammy Elliott 1-8 4-4 6, Allie Lucas 4-8 9-12 17, Mariah Wittman 1-1 1-2 3, Baylee Hadley 0-0 0-0 0, Morgan Lucas 0-2 0-0 0, Erika Kuehn 0-4 0-0 0, Justyn Juhl 6-11 4-6 17, Melissa Koerber 2-4 1-2 5. Totals: 14-38 19-26 48. 3-pointers: 1 (Juhl 1). Rebounds: 22 (Elliott 6). Turnovers: 12. Fouls: 14. Fouled out: None.


Laurel 55, Sidney 38

Sidney 10  11  38 
Laurel 11  17  10  17  55 

Sidney (4-5, 11-6) — Krista Steinbeisser 1 0-0 2, Colleen Crosby 2 0-1 4, Kortney Mayer 2 2-4 7, Elsie Torgerson 2 0-2 5, Lexi Prevost 2 0-0 4, Morgan Thiel 5 3-6 13, Hailey Steinbeisser 1 0-0 3, Daryn Wolff 0 0-0 0, LaKayla Netwig 0 0-0 0. Totals: 15 5-13 38. 3-point goals: Mayer, Torgerson, Steinbeiser. Fouls: 14.

Laurel (7-3, 12-5) — Jayde LeFevre 7 2-3 20, Allie McGrath 3 2-4 9, Leslie Gappa 3 1-1 7, Emily Smarsh 2 0-0 4, Dalayna Christenson 4 0-0 8, Hailey Spitzer 0 4-4 4, Lexi Budge 1 0-0 3, McKenzie Cotter 0 0-0 0, Bailey Love 0 0-0 0, Abbie Lohof 0 0-0 0. Totals: 20 9-12 55. 3-point goals: LeFevre 4, McGrath, Budge. Fouls: 14.


Browning 74, Lewistown 59

Browning 18  14  12  30  74 
Lewistown 12  19  18  10  59 

Browning — Rachel Heptner 6, Courtney Little Dog 8, Shelsey St. Goddard 8, Tiara Gilham 2, Brooke Carlson 10, Marti Eagle Feathers 22, Treyanna Belcourt 4, Ashley Burd 14.

Lewistown — Mikaela Olson 13, Kailey Grover 12, Jessica Kindzerski 10, Lexie Anderson 12, Beth Wright 6, Jaree Mane 6.

 

Hamilton…43 Dillon…33

Dillon…9 7 6 11 — 33

Hamilton…8 13 10 12 — 43

Dillon — Alex Rouse 3 2-2 10, Courtney Linder 2 0-0 4, Audrey Schurg 1 0-0 3, Tiffany Hayden 1 0-0 3, Cierra Lamey 6 2-1 13. Totals: 13 4-3 33.

Hamilton — McKayl Rothie 1 0-0 3, Taylor Goligoski 9 6-6 25, Kali Hayes 2 0-0 5, Jaylee Albert 2 0-0 6, Bri Huggans 1 0-0 2, Sami Kratofil 1 0-0 2. Totals: 16 6-6 43.

Anaconda…55 Whitehall…44

Anaconda…8 7 15 25 — 55

Whitehall…8 10 20 6 — 44

ANACONDA — Lacee Moodry 10, Kiernan Gallagher 11, Molly Huber 11, Natasha Strommen 10, Julia Peterson 6, Tyler Baustadt 7.

WHITEHALL — Aubree Simon 16, Jamie Kopf 4, Cooper Huckaba 1, Alexis Johnson 7, Cassidi Shaw 12, Jordana Smith 4.


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