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FRI., 02-22 DIV GIRLS BBALL RESULTS

February 23, 2013
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

GIRLS  FRI.,   02-22  
COLUMBIA FALLS 38 LIBBY 30
FRENCHTOWN 46 POLSON 33
BUTTE CENTRAL 53 ANACONDA 40
HAMILTON 55 CORVALLIS 34  
HAVRE 54 LIVINGSTON 28  
BROWNING 71 BELGRADE 60  
HARDIN 50 SIDNEY 46  
BILLINGS CENTRAL 46 LAUREL 39

 

NWA girls: C. Falls, Frenchtown cruise into championship

 

Pairings

Northwestern A

Ronan

(2 teams advance)

Thursday

Libby 25, Whitefish 17

Friday

Columbia Falls 38, Libby 30, semifinal

Frenchtown 46, Polson 33, semifinal

Saturday

10:30 a.m. – Whitefish (1-18) vs. Polson (7-12), loser out

4 p.m. – Libby (4-16) vs. Whitefish-Polson winner, consolation

8 p.m. – Columbia Falls (16-3) vs. Frenchtown (15-4), championship

Columbia Falls got up early on Libby and held on for a 38-30 win. Frenchtown steadily pulled away from Polson for a 46-33 victory.

The Wildkats (16-3) and Broncs (15-4) will meet in the title game at 8 p.m.

Whitefish (1-18) will face Polson (7-12) in a loser-out game at 10:30 a.m. with the winner advancing to play Libby (4-16) in the consolation final at 4 p.m.

Columbia Falls 38, Libby 30

The Wildkats led Libby 30-9 after three quarters before the Loggers closed the game on a 21-8 run.

Haley Belgarde led Columbia Falls with 11 points. Hope Burlage added nine. The Wildkats owned a 33-15 edge in rebounding.

Hannah England led Libby with 11 points.

Libby 3 2 4 21 – 30

C. Falls 9 10 11 8 – 38

LIBBY – Hannah England 11, Hailey Craig 9, Dayln Germany 6, Devon Gallagher 4. Totals 12 4-8 30.

COLUMBIA FALLS – Haley Belgarde 11, Hope Burlage 9, Andrea Getts 8, Winter Kemppainen 6, Tori Price 2, Shannon Hay 2. Totals 14 10-18 38.

3-point goals – Libby 2, C. Falls 0. Total fouls – Libby 13, C. Falls 12. Fouled out – none. Rebounds – Libby 15 (Moe 6), C. Falls 33 (Kemppainen 13).

Frenchtown 46, Polson 33

Vanessa Stavish scored 13 points and grabbed six rebounds to lead the Broncs to the semifinal win.

Kayla Blood added nine points and Holly Jacobs had eight.

Heidi Rausch led Polson with 10 points and 10 rebounds.

Polson 8 4 12 9 – 33

Frenchtown 14 10 10 12 – 46

POLSON – Heidi Rausch 10, Mackenzie Banner 9, Anna DiGiallonardo 4, Malia Hamel 3, Hallie Hovenkotter 3, Jessica Bagnell 2, Tegan Bauer 2. Totals 11 8-14 33.

FRENCHTOWN – Vanessa Stavish 13, Kayla Blood 9, Holly Jacobs 8, Abby Indreland 7, Larissa Berg 5, Kenzie Reid 3, Alli Moe 1. Totals 17 9-17 46.

3-point goals – Polson 3, Frenchtown 3. Total fouls – Polson 14, Frenchtown 13. Fouled out – DiGiallonardo, Stavish. Rebounds – Polson 22 (Rausch 10), Frenchtown 21 (Stavish 6).


 

SWA girls: Hamilton to take on Butte Central in final 

 

Pairings

Southwestern A

Maroon Activity Center

Butte

(2 teams advance)

Thursday

Butte Central (14-4), bye

Anaconda 32, Dillon 27

Corvallis 35, Stevensville 33

Hamilton (14-4), bye

Friday

Butte Central 53, Anaconda 40, semifinal

Hamilton 55, Corvallis 34, semifinal

Saturday

9:30 a.m. – Anaconda (7-13) vs. Stevensville (10-9), loser out

9:30 a.m. – Dillon (9-9) vs.Corvallis (2-18), loser out

3:30 p.m. – morning winners, consolation

6:30 p.m. – Butte Central (15-4) vs. Hamilton (15-4), championship

Danika Neumann knocked down a pair of 3-pointers and added 11 points for Central (15-4), which advanced to Saturday’s title match against Hamilton (15-4).

The Broncs downed Corvallis 55-34 in Friday’s other semifinal behind 23 points from Taylor Goligoski.

Butte Central 53, Anaconda 40

The Maroons built their 13-point lead by halftime, but played to a 22-22 second half tie with Anaconda (7-13).

Central’s Hannah Stajcar had three steals to go along with her nine points while Mariah Cooney finished with four points and a game-high 13 rebounds.

The Maroons held a 41-21 advantage in rebounds.

Courtney Moodry led the Copperheads with 14 points, including a trio of 3-pointers, six steals and two assists.

Taylor Flynn added eight points and six rebounds for Anaconda.

Semifinal

Butte Central 13 18 13 9 – 53

Anaconda 9 9 14 8 – 40

BUTTE CENTRAL – Hannah Stajcar 3 3-4 9, Danee Leary 8 2-2 19, Alysea Pica 1 0-0 2, Annie Ossello 1 0-2 2, Mariah Cooney 1 2-4 4, Danika Neumann 4 1-2 11, Chandra McCurdy 0 0-0 0, Shawnee Hjelt 2 0-0 4, Aleesha LaBreche 0 0-0 0, Sierra Pica 0 1-2 1. Totals 20 10-17 53.

ANACONDA – Taylor Flynn 2 2-6 8, Kiernan Gallagher 1 0-0 2, Courtney Moodry 4 3-4 14, Natasha Strommen 0 0-0 0, Julia Peterson 0 0-0 0, Lacee Moodry 1 0-0 2, Khali Knadler 1 0-2 6, Molly Huber 2 0-1 6, Tyler Baustadt 1 0-0 2. Totals 15 5-13 40.

3-point field goals – Butte Central 3-8 (Neumann 2-3, Leary 1-3), Anaconda 5-16 (C. Moodry 3-8, Flynn 2-6); Rebounds – Butte Central 41 (Cooney 13), Anaconda 21 (Flynn 6); Assists – Butte Central 7 (Alysea Pica 3), Anaconda 7 (C. Moodry 2, Flynn 2); Blocks – Butte Central 4 (Ossello 2), Anaconda 3 (three players with 1); Steals – Butte Central 9 (Stajcar 3), Anaconda 11 (C. Moodry 6); Total Fouls – Butte Central 13, Anaconda 11; Fouled out – None; Turnovers – Butte Central 20, Anaconda 13.

Hamilton 55, Corvallis 34

Goligoski went 2 of 7 from beyond the arc.

Jaylee Albert also went 2 of 7 from 3-point range and finished with 10 points for Hamilton. She led the Broncs with six rebounds and three assists.

Lakyn Connors netted a team-high 13 points, grabbed six rebounds and dished out three assists for Corvallis (2-18).

Carlie Jessop added 10 points, matched Connors with six boards and came away with three steals for the Blue Devils.

Semifinal

Corvallis 8 6 7 13 – 34

Hamilton 10 15 18 12 – 55

CORVALLIS – Courtney Albright 3 0-0 6, Chelsi Clarke 0 0-0 0, Lakyn Connors 5 3-5 13, Jordan Miller 1 0-0 2, Carlie Jessop 5 0-0 10, Sydonia Curtis 0 0-0 0, Kayla Lewis 0 1-2 1, Breann Luedecke 0 0-0 0, Kira Doyle 0 0-0 0. Totals 15 4-7 34.

HAMILTON – Taylor Goligoski 9 3-4 23, Kali Hayes 4 2-3 10, Sami Kratofil 2 1-3 5, Jaylee Albert 4 0-1 10, Brianna Huggins 1 0-1 2, McKayl Rothie 1 0-0 3, Ellie Hurlbert 1 0-0 2, Holly Hudson 0 0-0 0, Kloie Nye 0 0-0 0. Totals 22 6-12 55.

3-point field goals – Corvallis 0-4, Hamilton 5-23 (Goligoski 2-7, Albert 2-7, Rothie 1-6); Rebounds – Corvallis 28 (Miller 6, Jessop 6, Connors 6), Hamilton 27 (Albert 6); Assists – Corvallis 6 (Connors 3), Hamilton 9 (Albert 3, Rothie 3); Steals – Corvallis 9 (Jessop 3), Hamilton 10 (Huggans 3); Blocks – Corvallis 2 (Kratofil 2), Hamilton 2 (two players with 1); Total Fouls – Corvallis 16, Hamilton 11; Fouled out – None; Turnovers – Corvallis 25, Hamilton 15.

 

Butte Central-Hamilton girls’ final set

 
Updated: February 22, 2013

Sophomore sensation Taylor Goligoski and the Hamilton Broncs are next up for the Butte Central girls’ basketball team.

Goligoski poured in 23 points tonight, and the Broncs rolled to a 55-34 win over Corvallis in the semifinals of the Southwestern A Divisional tournament at the Maroon Activities Center.

The Maroons and Broncs, both 15-4, will play for the tournament title at 6:30 p.m. Saturday. The teams split in the regular season, with each team winning on the other’s home court.

Kali Hayes and Jaylee Albert each added 10 points in the victory.

Lakyn Connors scored 13 points to lead the Blue Devils. Carlie Jessop scored 10.

Stats

Maroons shake Copperheads

Updated: February 22, 2013
Anaconda's Khali Knadler defends Butte Central's Danee Leary Friday at the MAC. (Bill Foley photo) Anaconda's Khali Knadler defends Butte Central's Danee Leary Friday at the MAC. (Bill Foley photo)

If the Butte Central girls had any tournament nerves Friday afternoon, they hid them pretty well.

Senior Danee Leary scored 21 points and pulled down nine rebounds to lead the way as the Maroons fired on all cylinders, beating Anaconda 53-40 in the semifinals of the Southwestern A Divisional tournament at the Maroon Activities Center.

“We just executed really well,” Leary said after cracking 20 points for the first time since scoring 26 in a Dec. 13 win over Stevensville. “We pushed the ball, and our defense was looking really good. Overall, we played really well.”

The Maroons never trailed in beating Anaconda for the third time this season and the second time in less than a week.

Alysea Pica drove and dished to Leary for an easy bucket to put the Maroons up for good at 6-4 with 3 minutes, 45 seconds left in the first quarter.

The next time down court, Pica hit Leary again, and Leary tossed in a reverse layup.

“She sees the floor really well,” Leary said of Pica, a fellow senior.

The Maroons led 13-9 after the first quarter and took control with a 15-5 run to open the second quarter. That run started with a Leary bucket off an Annie Ossello pass. The run included a 3-pointer and inside hoop by Leary and two baskets by freshman Shawnee Hjelt.

Central led 31-18 at halftime, and BC head coach Meg Murphy was relieved that her team didn’t struggle in the first game of the tournament.

Last year, BC lost to Cinderella Dillon in the same game, and the Maroons had to battle to back through the back door to State.

“Our kids handled the pressure really well,” Murphy said “They shot the ball really well in the first half.”

Anaconda junior guard Courtney Moodry shoot pretty well, too. Moodry, who missed much of the season with an injury, hit three 3-pointers and kept the Copperheads in the game with a team-leading 14 points.

Taylor Flynn sank a pair of 3-piners and scored eight points. Molly Huber and Khali Knadler each scored six.

“Anaconda played well,” Murphy said. “That’s the best they played.”

However, it wasn’t enough to top the Maroons, who are ranked No. 2 in the state and the top seed in the tournament at 15-4.

Eight different BC players scored with super sixth man Danika Neumann tossing in 12 points. Hannah Stajcar scored seven points while Mariah Cooney and Hjelt each scored four. Pica sand Ossello scored two apiece, and freshman Sierra Pica scored one.

Cooney also grabbed 14 rebounds as Butte Central dominated the boards 41-24.

Chandra McCurdy, Shelby Paffhausen and Aleesha LaBreche also contributed for the Maroons.

“I give my seniors credit, and those young kids came in off the bench and gave us big minutes,” Murphy said. “Our senior leadership stepped up towards the end. They got rattled a little bit, but the then they gained their composure. You expect that from those kids.”

The Maroons will play for the Divisional title at 6:30 p.m. Saturday. Unless something shocking happens, the Maroons will play Hamilton (14-4). The Broncs play Corvallis (2-17), which upset Stevensville Thursday, at 6:30 tonight.

Stats

Hardin girls come back to beat Sidney, 50-46


Hardin fought back from a double-digit first-half deficit to defeat Sidney 50-46 in the semifinal round of the Eastern A girls divisional Thursday at Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark.

Sidney (13-7) took an 11-point lead on Daryn Wolff’s basket with 20 seconds remaining in the first quarter, and led 27-17 just prior to halftime.

But Hardin (13-6) fought back in the second half, and eventually took a 41-38 advantage on a 3-point basket by Alyssa Big Man with 4:27 left in the fourth.

The Eagles pared the deficit to two points on a three-point play by Elise Torgerson with 32 seconds remaining, but Hardin was able to seal the game from the free throw line.

Morgan Thiel led Sidney, which fell into a Saturday morning loser-out game, with 11 points and eight rebounds. Kortney Mayer added 10 points.

Big Man had 13 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Bulldogs, who will play either Billings Central or Laurel in Saturday’s championship game. Teonna Little Light and Hannah Ware each added 10 points for Hardin.

 

Central girls move on with 46-39 win over Laurel

Allie Lucas scored 14 points and Sammy Elliott added 12 as Billings Central defeated Laurel 46-39 in the semifinal round of the Eastern A girls divisional Friday at Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark.

The defending state champion Rams (13-7) advanced to face Hardin (13-6) in Saturday’s championship game.

Central opened up a double-digit lead in the third quarter on back-to-back 3-pointers by Elliott and freshman Mariah Wittman. Justyn Juhl hit a 3 from the wing early in the fourth quarter as the Rams grabbed a 35-26 advantage.

Laurel guard Jayde LeFevre led all scorers with 21 points, but the Locomotives (13-6) got no closer than six points in the fourth.

The Locomotives will face Glendive on Saturday in a morning loser-out contest.

 

Central A Girls: Browning girls best Belgrade, advance to title game

Feb. 22, 2013
Browning's Marti Eagle Feathers battles with three Belgrade players for a loose ball Friday afternoon at CMR Fieldhouse.
 
Browning's Marti Eagle Feathers battles with three Belgrade players for a loose ball Friday afternoon at CMR Fieldhouse. / Mike Bashor Photo

Sitting at the end of Browning’s bench with a whiteboard clinched in his hands, girls’ head basketball coach Ray Augare let out a shout of jubilation as the clock hit zero.

It was an audible culmination of three things: His team weathering a late storm from Belgrade, advancing to the championship round at the Central A combined tournament inside CMR Fieldhouse and overcoming a Panthers team that has had the Indians’ number the past three years.

The Indians dispatched Belgrade 71-60 to earn a spot in Saturday’s title match at 6:30 p.m. against the winner between Havre and Livingston.

“It means everything,” Augare said. “The seniors on this team have been together for four years and I just came in this year and my motivation was to get them to state and that’s our goal, and we are one step closer.”

The Indians led 55-37 heading into the fourth quarter before Belgrade standout Dylan Fowler connected on a couple 3-pointers and five free throws to pull the Panthers within six, 64-58.

The Indians responded with clutch free throws in the last three minutes from Courtney Little Dog, Rachel Heptner and Shelsey St. Goddard, to secure the victory.

“Our free throw percentage going in, I think, was 48 percent,” Augare said. “Courtney, down the stretch there, knocking down four in a row, that was big.”

Heptner led Browning with 17 points, while Marti Eagle Feathers notched 16 and Little Dog had 15.

“I’m so proud of my underclassmen,” Eagle Feathers said. “My girls that were in there stepped up. We were the team that we needed to be and hopefully we are going to keep going and win the championship game.”

Eagle Feathers, a feisty ball-handler, guided the Indians to a 34-21 halftime advantage, before succumbing to foul trouble in the second half.

“They shoot the lights out against us,” Eagle Feathers said. “It was important to come out strong.”

Fowler paced Belgrade with a game-high 25 points. Leighton Hirsch added 15 while Tanna Holliday grabbed 14 rebounds.

“For the past three years, we’ve met up with Belgrade in the consolation game and they’ve beat us every time,” Eagle Feathers said. “This is my last year to make it happen. So, that’s what I did. All of us stepped up. We wanted it.”

The Indians will now turn their attention to the championship, with an eye set on the automatic bid to state for the winner.

Belgrade… 60 Browning… 71

Belgrade …13 8 16 23 – 60

Browning …22 12 21 16 – 71

BELGRADE—Becca Tilleman 5, Holly Dahinden 2, Leighton Hirsch 15, Dylan Fowler 25, Tanna Holliday 8, Taylor Woolman 5. Totals: 19 15-24 60.

BROWNING—Rachel Heptner 17, Courtney Little Dog 15, Jessica Magee 1, Shelsey St. Goddard 3, Tiara Gilham 6, Brooke Carlson 8, Marti Eagle Feathers 16, Ashley Burd 5. Totals: 23 24-38 71.

3-pointers—Tilleman, Hirsch 3, Fowler 3, Eagle Feathers. Turnovers—Browning 27, Belgrade 26. Total fouls—Browning 20, Belgrade 25. Fouled out—Eagle Feathers, Gilham, Hirsch.

Central A Girls: Havre rips Rangers

Feb. 22, 2013
Havre's Morgan Mazurkiewicz (14) drives around Livingston's Callie Ellingson (32) during the Central A Basketball tournament at CMR Fieldhouse Friday. / TRIBUNE PHOTO/LARRY BECKNER

All season long, the Havre girls’ basketball team’s motto has been: ‘Play better tomorrow than you did today.’

If the Blue Ponies live up to that ethos, they will doll out more than a puncher’s chance in the Central A championship game against Browning tonight at 6:30 p.m. inside CMR Fieldhouse.

Havre dismantled Livingston Park 54-28 on Friday night at CMR to earn its seat in the finals.

“Our kids did a great job defensively, obviously, judging by the percentage the other team shot and the amount of points they had,” Havre head coach Dustin Kraske said. “The kids really worked well together. They bought into what we are doing.”

Junior Lacey Waid galvanized the Blue Ponies—and the crowd—Friday night, scoring 15 points in the first half and 17 total to lead Havre.

“She did a nice job for us,” Kraske said. “She’s had a really nice second half to the season. Her feet, she’s slowed down just a little bit, which is good. She’s poised when she goes to the basket. She’s very, very sure.”

Waid attributed the Blue Ponies’ success to team unity.

“I just finally found my rhythm,” Waid said. “My teammates mean a lot. We are all really, really good friends and we all just love each other. We all just pick each other up.”

Waid added, “It’s really nice because we get to play for the championship game. It’s really exciting.”

Blue Pony standouts Brandy Lambourne and Morgan Mazurkiewicz combined to add 20 points to coast past the Park Rangers.

“I think the coach for Livingston did a nice job mixing things up a bit,” Kraske said. “I thought our point guard Brandy did a nice job handling that.”

Megan Ricketts scored eight points and Megan Schoenen chipped in six for the Rangers, who outscored the Blue Ponies 14-5 in the fourth quarter.

Havre, however, led 49-14 heading into the final frame.

Kraske and his squad will now move the Browning Indians, who toppled Belgrade to land in the title match, into focus.

“Winning by what we did sometimes makes me nervous, but our kids played well, so that’s what we’ll take from it,” Kraske said. “(Browning is) a fantastic basketball team. We are going to have our hands full, as does anybody that plays them.

“They are very, very well coached.”

Park 28

Havre 54

Park 4 6 4 14 – 28

Havre 14 17 18 5 – 54

PARK—Emily Fochs 2, Megan Schoenen 6, Macy Ricketts 8, Megan Hawkins 1, Meadow Ingram 2, Callie Ellingson 2, Chelsea Woods 2, Meghan Gibson 2, Sierra Higgs 3. Totals: 9 8-15 28.

HAVRE—Brandy Lambourne 11, Harlee Boucher 1, Morgan Mazurkiewicz 9, Lacey Waid 17, Peyton Filius 4, Tori Mazurkiewicz 3, Haley Ohm 6, Neya Bischoff 3. Totals: 18 10-19 54.

3-pointers—Schoenen, Higgs, Lambourne 3, Mazurkiewicz, Waid 2. Turnovers—Havre 11, Park 22. Total fouls—Havre 15, Park 16. Fouled out—none.

Central A/CMR Belgrade… 60 Browning… 71 (sf)

Belgrade …13 8 16 23 – 60

Browning …22 12 21 16 – 71

BELGRADE—Becca Tilleman 5, Holly Dahinden 2, Leighton Hirsch 15, Dylan Fowler 25, Tanna Holliday 8, Taylor Woolman 5. Totals: 19 15-24 60.

BROWNING—Rachel Heptner 17, Courtney Little Dog 15, Jessica Magee 1, Shelsey St. Goddard 3, Tiara Gilham 6, Brooke Carlson 8, Marti Eagle Feathers 16, Ashley Burd 5. Totals: 23 24-38 71.

3-pointers—Tilleman, Hirsch 3, Fowler 3, Eagle Feathers. Turnovers—Browning 27, Belgrade 26. Total fouls—Browning 20, Belgrade 25. Fouled out—Eagle Feathers, Gilham, Hirsch.

Havre …54 Livingston …28 (sf)

Livingston …4 6 4 14 – 28

Havre …14 17 18 5 – 54

LIVINGSTON—Emily Fochs 2, Megan Schoenen 6, Macy Ricketts 8, Megan Hawkins 1, Meadow Ingram 2, Callie Ellingson 2, Chelsea Woods 2, Meghan Gibson 2, Sierra Higgs 3. Totals: 9 8-15 28.

HAVRE—Brandy Lambourne 11, Harlee Boucher 1, Morgan Mazurkiewicz 9, Lacey Waid 17, Peyton Filius 4, Tori Mazurkiewicz 3, Haley Ohm 6, Neya Bischoff 3. Totals: 18 10-19 54.

3-pointers—Schoenen, Higgs, Lambourne 3, Mazurkiewicz, Waid 2. Turnovers—Havre 11, Liv 22. Total fouls—Havre 15, Liv 16. Fouled out—none.

Eastern A/Billings Hardin… 50 Sidney …46

Hardin (13-6) -- Joire Chavez 0-2 0-0 0, Darla Davison 0 0-0 0, Chrissy Don’t Mix 1-2 1-2 4, Adree Shield 2-8 3-10 8, Katie McCleary 0-0 0-1 0, Teonna Little Light 3-9 3-5 10, Kristan Dillon 0-1 0-0 0, Kanani Birdinground 2-3 1-2 5, Alyssa Big Man 4-9 3-5 13, Darrelynn Left Hand 0-0 0-0 0, Hannah Ware 2-6 6-8 10. Totals: 14-40 17-33 50. 3-pointers: 5 (Big Man 2, Don’t Mix 1, Shield 1, Little Light 1). Rebounds: 35 (Big Man 13). Assists: 10 (four with 2). Turnovers: 8. Blocks: 0. Steals: 6 (Don’t Mix 2). Fouls: 18.

Sidney (13-7) -- Hailey Steinbeisser 2-6 0-0 4, Krista Steinbeisser 1-5 0-2 2, Kortney Mayer 2-7 4-5 10, Elise Torgerson 3-8 2-3 9, Daryn Wolff 3-4 0-0 6, Lexi Prevost 2-10 0-2 4, Morgan Thiel 4-11 3-4 11. Totals: 17-51 9-16 46. 3-pointers: 3 (Mayer 2, Torgerson 1). Assists: 11 (Prevost 4). Turnovers: 10. Blocks: 0. Steals: 4 (Prevost 2). Steals: 4 (Prevost 2). Fouls: 23. Fouled out: Prevost.

Billings Central…46 Laurel…39 (sf)

Laurel…9 5 11 14 -- 39

Blgs. Central…5 15 12 14 -- 46

Laurel (13-6) -- Jayde LeFevre 6-16 7-9 21, Kyle Goodson 0-0 0-0 0, Allie McGrath 1-5 0-0 3, Leslie Gappa 1-2 1-2 3, Emily Smarsh 0-2 0-0 0, Dalayna Christenson 0-2 0-0 0, Bailey Love 0-0 0-0 0, Hailey Spitzer 0-1 0-0 0, Lexi Budge 3-8 3-4 11, Abbie Lohof 0-1 1-2 1. Totals: 11-37 12-17 39. 3-pointers: 5 (LeFevre 2, Budge 2, McGrath 1). Rebounds: 31 (LeFevre 7). Assists: 4 (LeFevre 2). Turnovers: 18. Blocks: 3 (three with 1). Steals 2 (LeFevre 1, McGrath 1). Fouls: 21. Fouled out: McGrath, Gappa.

Billings Central (13-7) -- Sammy Elliott 4-7 2-4 12, Allie Lucas 3-6 7-12 14, Mariah Wittman 1-2 0-2 3, Baylee Hadley 0-0 0-0 0, Erika Kuehn 0-1 2-5 2, Justyn Juhl 4-16 2-2 11, Melissa Koerber 2-3 0-0 4. Totals: 14-35 13-25 46. 3-pointers: 5 (Elliott 2, Lucas 1, Wittman 1, Juhl 1). Rebounds: 23 (Juhl 7). Assists: 9 (Elliott 5). Turnovers: 14. Blocks: 3 (Juhl 2). Steals: 7 (Juhl 3). Fouls: 14.

Southwest A/Butte Hamilton…55 Corvallis…34 (sf)

Corvallis …8 6 7 13 - 34

Hamilton …10 15 18 12 - 55

CORVALLIS (2-18) — Courtney Albright 3 0-0 6, Chelsi Clarke 0 0-0 0, Lakyn Connors 5 3-5 13, Jordan Miller 1 0-0 2, Carlie Jessop 5 0-0 10, Sydonia Curtis 0 0-0 0, Kayla Lewis 0 1-2 1, Breann Luedecke 0 0-0 0, Kira Doyle 0 0-0 0 TOTALS: 15 4-7 34

HAMILTON (15-4) — Taylor Goligoski 9 3-4 23, Kali Hayes 4 2-3 10, Sami Kratofil 2 1-3 5, Jaylee Albert 4 0-1 10, Brianna Huggins 1 0-1 2, McKayl Rothie 1 0-0 3, Ellie Hurlbert 1 0-0 2, Holly Hudson 0 0-0 0, Kloie Nye 0 0-0 0, Carlie Jessop 0 0-0 0. TOTALS: 22 6-12 55

Columbia Falls…38 Libby…30

Libby…3 2 4 21 – 30

C. Falls…9 10 11 8 – 38

LIBBY – Hannah England 11, Hailey Craig 9, Dayln Germany 6, Devon Gallagher 4. Totals 12 4-8 30.

COLUMBIA FALLS – Haley Belgarde 11, Hope Burlage 9, Andrea Getts 8, Winter Kemppainen 6, Tori Price 2, Shannon Hay 2. Totals 14 10-18 38.

3-point goals – Libby 2, C. Falls 0. Total fouls – Libby 13, C. Falls 12. Fouled out – none. Rebounds – Libby 15 (Moe 6), C. Falls 33 (Kemppainen 13).

Frenchtown…46 Polson…33

Polson…8 4 12 9 – 33

Frenchtown…14 10 10 12 – 46

POLSON – Heidi Rausch 10, Mackenzie Banner 9, Anna DiGiallonardo 4, Malia Hamel 3, Hallie Hovenkotter 3, Jessica Bagnell 2, Tegan Bauer 2. Totals 11 8-14 33.

FRENCHTOWN – Vanessa Stavish 13, Kayla Blood 9, Holly Jacobs 8, Abby Indreland 7, Larissa Berg 5, Kenzie Reid 3, Alli Moe 1. Totals 17 9-17 46.

3-point goals – Polson 3, Frenchtown 3. Total fouls – Polson 14, Frenchtown 13. Fouled out – DiGiallonardo, Stavish. Rebounds – Polson 22 (Rausch 10), Frenchtown 21 (Stavish 6).


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