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SAT., 02-23 DIV GIRLS BBALL RESULTS

February 24, 2013
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

GIRLS  SAT 02-23   
FRENCHTOWN 49 COLUMBIA FALLS 37
POLSON 58 WHITEFISH 26  
POLSON 48 LIBBY 27  
DILLON 42 CORVALLIS 31  
STEVENSVILLE 40 ANACONDA 37
STEVENSVILLE 49 DILLON 37  
BUTTE CENTRAL 44 HAMILTON 32
LEWISTOWN 64 BELGRADE 53
LIVINGSTON 52 LEWISTOWN 48
HAVRE 69 BROWNING 42  
LAUREL 56 GLENDIVE 49  
SIDNEY 48 MILES CITY 42  
LAUREL 48 SIDNEY 40  
BILLINGS CENTRAL 69 HARDIN 54

Northwestern A girls: Frenchtown bounces C. Falls for title

 

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

Polson 58, Whitefish 26, loser out

Polson 48, Libby 27, third place

Frenchtown 49, Columbia Falls 37, championship

Monday

7 p.m. – Columbia Falls (16-4) vs. Polson (9-12), winner goes to state

 

RONAN – The Broncs are going dancing again.

Frenchtown knocked off top-seeded Columbia Falls with a 49-37 win in the Northwestern A girls’ basketball divisional tournament championship game.

Vanessa Stavish led the Broncs to their second straight Northwestern A title with 18 points and 10 rebounds.

Polson cut down Libby 48-27 in the third place contest. Pirates Heidi Rausch had a double-double with 12 points and 14 boards.

In the loser-out game, Polson steamrolled past Whitefish, 58-26 to advance to the third place game.

Columbia Falls and Polson will square off in a challenge game to go to the State A tournament on Monday in Ronan at 7 p.m.

Frenchtown 49, Columbia Falls 37

Frenchtown was 6 for 8 from behind the arc (75 percent) which helped the Broncs upset a Wildkat team that was just 1 for 9 (11 percent) from three.

Holly Jacobs had 11 points to join Stavish in double figures for Frenchtown (16-4).

Wildkats’ Haley Belgarde had 12 points and 11 rebounds for her team leading double-double. Columbia Falls fell to 16-4.

Championship

Frenchtown 10 15 13 11 – 49

Col. Falls 5 13 13 6 – 37

FRENCHTOWN – Vanessa Stavish 18, Holly Jacobs 11, Haley Cyr 6, Abby Indreland 5, Larissa Berg 4, Kayla Blood 4, Alli Moe 1.

COLUMBIA FALLS – Haley Belgarde 12, Winter Kemppainen 11, Ciera Finberg 5, Shannon Hay 5, Andrea Getts 4.

3-point goals – Frenchtown 6-8, Columbia Falls 1-9. Total fouls – Frenchtown 13, Columbia Falls 19. Fouled out – Belgarde, Burlage. Rebounds – Frenchtown 24 (Stavish 10), Columbia Falls 26 (Belgarde 11). Turnovers – Frenchtown 16, Columbia Falls 19.

Polson 48, Libby 27

Mackenzie Banner scored a team-high 15 points to lead the Pirates over the Loggers.

Polson gathered 34 rebounds compared to Libby’s 17 and the Pirates (9-12) outscored the Loggers 31-6 in the first half.

Libby, which finished the season at 4-17, was paced by Hailey Craig who had 12 points.

Third place game

Libby 2 4 8 13 – 27

Polson 15 16 7 10 – 48

LIBBY – Hailey Craig 12, Hannah England 9, Dayln Germany 2, Gavy Oliver 2, Kaitlyn Gilde 1, Hailey Moe 1.

POLSON – Mackenzie Banner 15, Heidi Rausch 12, Anna DiGiallonardo 8, Tegan Bauer 5, Hallie Hovenkotter 2, Monika Frame 2, Dylan Quinn 2, Malia Hamel 1, Kaelen Wall1.

3-point goals – Libby 4-13, Polson 5-13. Total fouls – Libby 14, Polson 10. Fouled out – none. Rebounds – Libby 17 (Craig 4, Moe 4, Gallagher 4), Polson 34 (Rausch 14). Turnovers – Libby 10, Polson 11.

Polson 58, Whitefish 26

The Pirates powered to a 27-10 lead in the first half and never looked back.

Three Polson players scored in double figures. Anna DiGiallonardo led the way with 17 points, followed by Heidi Rausch with 11 and Mackenzie Banner 10. Banner also had four steals.

Freshman Allie Schulz collected 10 points and five rebounds for Whitefish. The Bulldogs finished 1-19.

Loser out

Whitefish 5 5 6 10 – 26

Polson 12 15 15 16 – 58

WHITEFISH – Allie Schulz 10, Ashlee Brewer 6, Jess Baldonado 4, Maura Kalbfleisch 2, Melissa Poe 2, Lauren Cain 1, Micah McFeely 1.

POLSON – Anna DiGiallonardo 17, Heidi Rausch 11, Mackenzie Banner 10, Malia Hamel 9, Hallie Hovenkotter 6, Dylan Quinn 3, Tegan Bauer 2.

3-point goals – Whitefish 0, Polson 6. Total fouls – Whitefish 21, Polson 17. Fouled out – Craft. Rebounds – Whitefish 24 (Poe 6), Polson 26 (Banner 4). Turnovers – Whitefish 13, Polson 18.


Polson 58, Whitefish 26
 
At Ronan, Simone Craft sustained a leg injury early into the game and was unable to return. Status and severity unknown at this time. Without their leading scorer and one of their team captains, the Lady Bulldogs fared better than expected given the unfortunate circumstances. They were able to close out the final quarter in their last game by reaching double figures, an encouraging trend to end the season with in anticipation of better things next year.
 
'WHITEFISH - Allie Shulz 10, Ashlee Brewer 6 (4 reb, 1 blk), Jess Baldonado 4 (1 stl, 1 blk), Maura Kalbfleisch 2 (7 reb), Melissa Poe 2 (3 reb, 1 asst, 2 stl), Lauren Cain 1, Micah McFeely 1, Emily Sullivan (5 reb, 1 blk), Shannon Craft (1 reb), Peyton Twete (1 reb, 1 stl), Margot Myers, Simone Craft.
 
POLSON - Anna DiGiallonardo 17 (1 reb, 2 stl), Heidi Rausch 11 (3 reb, 3 stl), Mackenzie Banner 10 (5 reb, 1 ast, 6 stl), Malia Hamel 9 (1 reb, 1 ast, 2 stl), Hallie Hovenkotter 6 (5 reb), Skyla Krantz 3, Tegan Bauer (3 reb, 1 ast, 1 stl, 3 def), Jessica Bagnell (1 reb, 2 ast, 1 stl), Monika Frame (1 reb, 1 stl), Jaylin Kenney (2 reb, 1 stl, 3 def), Breanna Harrison (4 reb), Peyton Anderson (1 reb).
 
3FG - Whitefish 0-8, Polson 6-9 (DiGiallonardo 3, Hamel 2, Banner).
 
unofficial game rendition by John Heglie derived from tally of own observations. Some details may vary from official summary. But am confident it is pretty accurate given the pace of the game and minimal occurrence of multiple event sequences.

Southwestern A girls: Butte Central locks up championship

 

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

Stevensville 40, Anaconda 38, loser out

Dillon 42, Corvallis 31, loser out

Stevensville 49, Dillon 37, consolation

Butte Central 44, Hamilton 32, championship

Monday

7 p.m. – Stevensville (11-9) vs. Hamilton (15-5), winner to state

 

BUTTE – It took a joint effort, but the No. 1-seeded Butte Central girls’ basketball team claimed the Southwestern A title with a 44-32 over second-seeded Hamilton at the Maroon Activity Center on Saturday.

Danee Leary led a trio of Maroons (16-4) in double figures with 12. Alysea Peca and Mariah Cooney each added 10.

Stevensville (12-9) downed Dillon 49-37 to claim the consolation game. The Yellowjackets will face Hamilton in a challenge game Monday at 7 p.m. at Corvallis with a berth in the state tournament on the line.

In morning loser-out games, Stevensville edged Anaconda 40-38 and Dillon clipped Corvallis, 42-31.

Butte Central 44, Hamilton 32

Leary also came down with 10 rebounds and had three steals. Cooney matched Leary with 10 boards.

Hannah Stajcar added eight points and three steals for Butte Central.

Taylor Goligoski racked up a game-high 23 points, grabbed eight rebounds and registered Hamilton’s lone block.

The Broncs fell to 15-5.

Hamilton 6 12 9 5 – 32

Butte Central 15 7 14 8 – 44

HAMILTON – Taylor Goligoski 8 7-7 23, Kali Hayes 1 0-0 3, Jaylee Albert 0 0-0 0, Brianna Huggans 1 0-1 2, Sami Kratofil 0 1-3 1, McKayl Rothie 1 0-0 3, Ellie Hulbert 0 0-0 0. Totals 11 8-11 33.

BUTTE CENTRAL – Hannah Stajcar 2 2-4 8, Danee Leary 5 0-0 12, Alysea Peca 5 0-0 10, Annie Ossello 0 0-0 0, Mariah Cooney 4 2-5 10, Shelby Paffhausen 0 0-0 0, Danika Neumann 0 2-2 2, Tyler Templin 0 0-0 0, Shawnee Hjelt 1 0-0 2, Aleesha LaBreche 0 0-0 0, Chandra McCurdy 0 0-0 0, Totals 17 6-12 44.

3-point field goals – Hamilton 2-18 (Rothie 1-3, Hayes 1-4), Butte Central 4-13 (Stajcar 2-3, Leary 2-5); Rebounds – Hamilton 25 (Goligoski 8), Butte Central 29 (Leary 10, Cooney 10); Assists – Hamilton 1 (Huggans 1), Butte Central 6 (Peca 4); Blocks – Hamilton 1 (Goligoski), Butte Central 2 (two players with 1); Steals – Hamilton 11 (Albert 4), Butte Central 10 (Stajcar 3, Leary 3); Total Fouls – Hamilton 12, Butte Central 15; Fouled out – None; Turnovers – Hamilton 18, Butte Central 16.

Stevensville 49, Dillon 37

Montana Lady Griz recruit Alycia Sims scorched the Beavers for 21 points, grabbed seven rebounds and had two blocks for Stevensville.

Kyla Paulsen netted 17 points, including going 4 of 5 from 3-point land, for the Yellowjackets.

Cierra Lamey led the way for Dillon (10-10) with 16 points and four rebounds.

Consolation

Dillon 11 4 14 8 – 37

Stevensville 14 6 13 16 – 49

DILLON – Alex Rouse 3 1-1 8, Courtney Linder 2 0-0 6, Audrey Schurg 1 0-0 3, Kayla Meine 0 0-0 0, Cierra Lamey 6 2-2 16, Janet Moore 1 0-0 2, Tiffany Hayden 0 0-0 0, Shay Parke 1 0-0 2. Totals 14 3-3 37.

STEVENSVILLE – Bailey Vercruyssen 0 4-4 4, Carly Vercruyssen 2 0-0 4, Alycia Sims 8 4-5 21, Kyla Paulsen 6 1-2 17, Kayla Peterson 1 1-2 3, Carly Sebastian 0 0-0 0, Katie Malachinski 0 0-0 0, Courtney Tvedt 0 0-0 0, Lizzy Whitesell 0 0-0 0, Daye Miller 0 0-0 0, Madison Boesch 0 0-0 0. Totals 17 10-13 49.

3-point field goals – Dillon 4 (Linder 2, Schurg 1, Rouse 1); Stevi 5-7 (Paulsen 4, Sims 1); Rebounds – Dillon 15 (Lamey 4), Stevi 20 (Sims 7); Assists – Dillon 5 (Linder 3), Stevi 13 (B. Vercruyssen); Blocks – Dillon 2 (two players with 1); Stevi 4 (Sims 2); Steals – Dillon 3 (Parke 2), Stevi 3 (three players with 1); Total Fouls – Dillon 11, Stevi 6; Fouled out – None; Turnovers – Dillon 5, Stevi 8.

Dillon 42, Corvallis 31

The Beavers bolted to a 12-4 lead in the first period and used a 7-2 advantage in 3-point goals in posting the win.

Courtney Linder hit three treys for Dillon and finished with a team-high 11 points. Teammate Cierra Lamey grabbbed a game-high nine rebounds.

Lakyn Connors scored a game-high 13 points for the Blue Devils, who finished with a 2-19 record.

Loser out

Corvallis 4 9 12 6 – 31

Dillon 12 9 9 14 – 42

CORVALLIS – Lakyn Connors 4 3-4 13, Courtney Albright 1 0-0 2, Jordan Miller 3 0-0 6, Carlie Jessop 4 0-0 8, Breann Luedecke 1 0-0 2. Totals 13 3-4 31.

DILLON – Alex Rouse 2 1-2 5, Courtney Linder 4 0-0 11, Audrey Schurg 2 2-2 8, Kayla Meine 1 0-0 2, Cierra Lamey 3 0-0 6, Janet Moore 1 0-2 2, Tiffany Hayden 1 0-0 2, Shay Parke 2 0-0 4. Totals 16 3-6 42.

3-point goals – Corvallis 2-8 (Connors 2-5), Dillon 7-16 (Linder 3-5, Schurg 2-3, Rouse 2-7). Total fouls – Corvallis 10, Dillon 6. Fouled out – none. Rebounds – Corvallis 30 (Miller 7, Jessop 7), Dillon 25 (Lamey 9). Turnovers – Corvallis 10, Dillon 11.

Stevensville 40, Anaconda 38

The Yellowjackets used a double-double by Sims to hold off the Copperheads.

Sims collected 21 points and 10 rebounds. She had two 3-point goals and was 9 for 9 from the free-throw line.

Stevensville boasted a 37-21 advantage in rebounds and a 16-6 edge in points from the foul line.

Taylor Flynn piled up 12 points and 12 rebounds for Anaconda. The Copperheads finished with a 7-14 record.

Loser out

Anaconda 13 7 5 13 – 38

Stevensville 11 7 11 11 – 40

ANACONDA – Taylor Flynn 2 2-4 12, Lacee Moodry 3 1-2 10, Courtney Moodry 2 0-0 5, Natasha Strommen 1 2-2 4, Molly Huber 1 1-1 3, Khali Knadler 1 0-0 2, Tyler Baustadt 3 0-4 4. Totals 13 6-13 38.

STEVENSVILLE – Bailey Vercruyssen 1 1-2 3, Carly Vercruyssen 2 2-2 6, Alycia Simms 5 9-9 21, Kyla Paulsen 3 0-3 3, Kayla Peterson 0 4-6 4. Totals 11 16-22 40.

3-point goals – Anaconda 6-10 (L. Moodry 3-5, Flynn 1-1, C. Moodry 1-3), Stevensville 2-9 (Sims 2-4). Total fouls – Anaconda 19, Stevensville 13. Fouled out – Flynn. Rebounds – Anaconda 21 (Flynn 12), Stevensville 37 (Sims 10). Turnovers – Anaconda 11, Stevensville 17.

BC girls win Divisional title

Updated: February 23, 2013
Butte Central players celebrate at the end of their Divisional title-game win over Hamilton. (Bill Foley photo) Butte Central players celebrate at the end of their Divisional title-game win over Hamilton. (Bill Foley photo)

The Butte Central girls will be home for state, and that’s a good thing.

Three Maroons scored in double figures tonight as Butte Central beat Hamilton 44-32 in the championship game of the Southwestern A Divisional basketball tournament at the Maroon Activities Center.

The victory gave the Maroons a spot in next week’s Class A State tournament at the Butte Civic Center. Hamilton must survive a challenge from Stevensville to make the trip. That challenge game will be at 7 p.m. Monday at Corvallis High School.

Danee Leary  and Mariah Cooney posted double-doubles to lead the Maroons to the win. Leary scored 12 points, while Cooney tossed in 10. Both pulled down 10 rebounds.

Alysea Pica added 10 points for BC, which improved to 16-4 on the season. Hannah Stajcar scored eight points, while Danika Neumann and Shawnee Hjelt scored two.

Annie Ossello, Chandra McCurdy, Shelby Paffhausen, Tayler Templin and Aleesha LaBreche also contributed to BC’s title-game win.

Sophomore sensation Taylor Goligoski scored 23 points to pace the Brocns (15-5).

More to come …

Stats

Stevi girls claim third

Updated: February 23, 2013

Alycia Sims scored 21 points and Kayla Paulsen added 17 as Stevensville beat Dillon 49-37 to win third place at the Southwestern A Divisional girls’ basketball tournament today at the Maroon Acticities Center.

Cierra Lamey scored 16 points to lead the Beavers, who close the season at 10-10.

Stevensville (12-9) will challenge the loser of tonight’s championship game between Butte Central and Hamilton.

Stats

Dillon, Stevi girls win; there will be a challenge

Updated: February 23, 2013

The Dillon Beavers and Stevensville Yellowjackets girls’ basketball teams kept their seasons alive this morning at the Southwestern A Divisional tournament.

Dillon beat Corvallis 42-31 at the Maroon Activities Center, while Stevensville beat Anaconda 40-38 at the Butte Civic Center. The Beavers and Yellowjackets will meet in the third-place game at 3:30 p.m. today at the MAC.

The winner of the third-place game will get to challenge the second-place team because Dillon and Corvallis didn’t face Butte Central and Hamilton in the tournament.

Dillon 42, Corvallis 31
Courtney Linder scored 11 points to lead the Beavers, who used a 12-4 run in the first quarter to take control. Audrey Schurg scored eight points in the win, whil Alex Rouse scored seven and Cierra Lamey netted six.

Lakyn Conners closed her prep career by scoring 13 points to lead the Blue Devils.

Stats

Stevensville 40, Anaconda 38
Anaconda sophomore Lacee Moodry saw her game-tying shot go in and out at the buzzer as the Copperheads’ season came to a close.

Future Montana Grizzly Alycia Sims scored 21 points and pulled down 21 rebounds to lead the Yellowjacets to the victory.

Moodry scored 10 points to lead the Copperheads, who close the season at 7-14. Taylor Flynn added seven points and 12 rebounds, while Tyler Baustadt scored seven points off the bench.

The Copperheads team is made up of five juniors six sophomores and a freshman.

Stats

Lady Rams put it all together in title win over Hardin

When Allie Lucas subbed out of the game with 25.9 seconds left, coach Jeff Malby greeted her with a big smile. It's tough to get Malby to smile during games. But his Billings Central Rams had him beaming Saturday night.

The Rams strolled off floor of the Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark as 69-54 winners over Hardin, claiming the Eastern A girls basketball divisional championship for the second time in three years.

"It was kind of just relaxing, you know, take a deep breath, realize that it's over, we're going to state," Lucas, a junior guard, said of her exit from the game when Malby met her with a high-five. "So it was kind of refreshing."

Lucas and another junior, Justyn Juhl, combined for 50 points as the Rams responded to a late first-half charge from Hardin and then pulled away in the fourth quarter.

The fact the Rams (14-7) worked so hard for the victory was impressive for another reason. They knew, because of Laurel's win over Sidney in the third-place game earlier in the night, that they had clinched a berth in the state tournament.

But there was no settling this night. Central scored the game's first nine points, then saw Hardin close within 30-27 by halftime. The Bulldogs tied the score at 30-30 early in the third quarter and were still within 42-39 at the third-quarter break.

Central, though, still had 27 points in store for the fourth quarter and wound up with the 15-point win in a fast-paced, high-tempo game.

"We definitely want to win," said Juhl, who scored 24 points and grabbed eight rebounds. "We're a competitive team. There was no doubt in our minds that we wanted this game."

Lucas led all scorers with 26 points, while Melissa Koerber had seven. Baylee Hadley scored five points, and had one of Central's biggest shots when her 3-pointer with 6:10 left in the fourth gave the Rams a 47-40 lead. Sammy Elliott had just two points, but she contributed seven rebounds and five assists.

"I told the players at the end of the game, that the past four years, our team has played pretty well when it counts," said Malby, who is in his fourth season at Central. "Going in, I think that's as well as we've played in a while. We got punched, got back up. We knew it was coming."

Alyssa Big Man scored 22 points and Teonna Little Light had 15 for Hardin (13-7).

Hardin coach Tana Stewart was left to ponder her team's defense and rebounding that allowed Central to shoot 43 percent from the floor and grab 11 offensive rebounds.

It's also left them with a challenge game Monday at 7 p.m. against Laurel at Rimrock Auto Arena. The winner of the game goes on to state; the loser sees its season end.

"What happened defensively, there was nobody on help-side ... there were people out of position ... there was no communication," Stewart said. "Central handled it well. They just said, 'OK, we're going to take that lane. Give it to me.'

"Coming into this game I told them defense was going to win this game. But our defense was really shifty and inconsistent."

Laurel 48, Sidney 40

Jayde LeFevre and Allie McGrath combined for seven 3-pointers and had 12 points each as Laurel defeated Sidney in the consolation game.

The Locomotives (15-6) shot 10-for-24 on 3-pointers, with McGrath making four and LeFevre three.

Sidney (14-8) played the game without starting senior Morgan Thiel, who suffered a cut to the face in the Saturday morning loser-out win over Miles City. The Lady Eagles were led by Lexi Prevost's 21 points, and finished the season 14-8.

Laurel advanced to the third-place game with a 56-49 win over Glendive on Saturday morning. Sidney advanced by beating Miles City 48-42.

Glendive finished the season 9-11 and Miles City ended 5-15.

Laurel girls earn third place at Eastern A with win over Sidney

Jayde LeFevre and Allie McGrath combined for seven 3-pointers and had 12 points each as Laurel defeated Sidney 48-40 for third place at the Eastern A girls basketball divisional on Saturday afternoon at Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark.

The Locomotives, who were 10-for-24 on 3-pointers, await the outcome of Saturday night's championship game to see if their season is over. If Billings Central defeats Hardin, the Locomotives (15-6) will play Hardin in a challenge game on Monday for the division's second state tournament berth. If Hardin wins, Laurel's season is over since Central defeated Laurel in Friday's semifinal game.

Sidney played the game without starting senior Morgan Thiel, who suffered a cut to the face in the Saturday morning loser-out win over Miles City. The Lady Eagles were led by Lexi Prevost's 21 points and finished the season 14-8.

Laurel advanced to the third-place game with a 56-49 win over Glendive on Saturday morning.  Sidney advanced by beating Miles City 48-42.

Glendive finished the season 9-11 and Miles City ended 5-15.

 

Lewistown girls stay alive

BY DANIEL MEDIATE — The Belgrade Panthers swarmed Lewistown star guard Mikaela Olson all morning on Saturday, opening the door from another Golden Eagle to shine.

Sophomore Lexie Anderson answered the call.

Anderson scored 16 points, including four 3-pointers, to steer Lewistown past Belgrade 64-53 inside CMR Fieldhouse in Central A tourney action.

“They’ve been keying on Mikaela the whole season, the whole game, and we had to have that person step up,” Lewistown head coach Deena Wier said. “Lexie played great.”

Tied at 49-49 in the opening moments of the fourth quarter, Anderson knocked down a 3-pointer to put the Eagles ahead 52-49.

Lewistown refused to surrender the lead during the remaining seven minutes.

“That feels awesome,” Wier said. “It was just a total team effort. I strived from the get-go about being positive and playing hard, to never give up and to do the little things.”

Olson added 12 points and Kailey Grover scored 11 for Golden Eagles, which avenged a season swept by the Panthers.

“We lost to them twice in the season,” Wier said. “Coming off that loss Thursday night (to Livingston), this means everything to the girls.”

Dylan Fowler netted 15 points and Taylor Woolman recorded 11 points and 10 rebounds for the Panthers.

Girls (loser-out)

Lewistown…64

Belgrade…53

Lewistown…14 23 6 21 – 64

Belgrade…19 14 14 6 – 53

LEWISTOWN—Mikaela Olson 12, Nicole Karhi 4, Kailey Grover 11, Jessica Kindzerski 6, Lexie Anderson 16, Michelle Monger 2, Beth Wright 7, Jaree Maine 6. Totals: 17 25-33 64.

BELGRADE—Becca Tilleman 1, Alexis Clingingsmith 9, Holly Dahinden 5, Leighton Hirsch 5, Dylan Fowler 15, Madison Page 2, Erin Singleton 2, Tanna Holliday 3, Taylor Woolman 11. Totals: 18 13-22 53.

3-pointers—Olson, Anderson 4, Hirsch, Fowler. Turnovers—Lewistown 23, Belgrade 22. Total fouls—Lewistown 21, Belgrade 28. Fouled out—Dahinden, Hirsch, Fowler.

Livingston…52 Lewistown…48 (3rd)

Livingston…8 17 11 16 – 52

Lewistown…13 20 6 9 – 48

LIVINGSTON—Emily Fochs 2, Megan Schoenen 3, Katie Buckley 8, Macy Ricketts 17, Meadow Ingram 2, Callie Ellingson 8, Chelsea Woods 2, Sierra Higgs 6, Alyssa Bergsing 4. Totals: 18 11-17 52.

LEWISTOWN—Mikaela Olson 24, Nicole Karhi 4, Kailey Grover 3, Jessica Kindzerski 4, Lexie Anderson 11, Michelle Monger 2. Totals: 17 6-16 48.

3-pointers—Ricketts 3, Higgs 2, Olson 5, Anderson 3. Turnovers: Lewistown 20, Livingston 18. Total fouls—Lewistown 17, Livingston 17. Fouled out—Buckley.

Havre…69 Browning… 42 (1st)

Browning…8 11 9 14 – 42

Havre…20 19 19 11 – 69

BROWNING—Rachel Heptner 4, Jessica Magee 3, Autumn Little Plume 3, Tiara Gilham 7, Marti Eagle Feathers 11, Ashley Burd 10, Brittney Wolf Tail 4. Totals: 17 6-23 42.

HAVRE—Brandy Lambourne 15, Morgan Mazurkiewicz 19, Lacey Waid 8, Peyton Filius 20, Tori Mazurkiewicz 5, Haley Ohm 2. Totals: 24 13-24 69.

3-pointers—Little Plume, Gilham, Lambourne 2, M. Mazurkiewicz 3, Filius 3. Turnovers—Havre 17, Browning 15. Total fouls—Havre 20, Browning 22. Fouled out—Little Dog, Waid, Neya Bischoff.

Sidney…48 Miles City…42 (lo)

Sidney…11 10 15 12 -- 48

Miles City…9 14 4 15 -- 42

Sidney (14-7) -- Krista Steinbeisser 4-5 1-2 9, Kortney Mayer 0-3 5-10 5, Elise Torgerson 3-5 0-0 7, Daryn Wolff 0-0 0-0 0, Lexi Prevost 2-10 14-22 19, Morgan Thiel 2-5 0-0 4, Hailey Steinbeisser 2-6 0-0 4. Totals: 13-34 20-34 48. 3-pointers: 2 (Torgerson 1, Prevost 1). Rebounds: 28 (Torgerson 13). Assists: 3 (Prevost 2). Turnovers: 12. Blocks: 2 (K. Steinbeisser 1, Mayer 1). Steals: 11 (K. Steinbeisser 4). Fouls: 14.

Miles City (5-15) -- Tori Swope 2-5 0-0 4, Beth Sutter 1-7 0-0 3, Ashley Larson 5-7 0-0 10, Shaylee Singleton 2-8 1-4 6, Kaitlyn Hirsch 0-0 0-0 0, Halie Warren 0-0 2-2 2, Alecia Chamberlin 5-13 1-2 12, Dani Finn 2-4 1-1 5, Kadie Heinle 0-1 0-1 0, Amy Blaquiere 0-0 0-0 0. Totals: 17-45 5-10 42. 3-pointers: 3 (Sutter 1, Singleton 1, Chamberlin 1). Rebounds: 31 (Heinle 7). Assists: 9 (Chamberlin 3). Turnovers: 20. Blocks: 2 (Sutter 1, Singleton 1). Steals: 3 (Larson 3). Fouls: 23. Fouled out: Sutter.

Laurel…56 Glendive…49 (lo)

Glendive…2 10 18 19 — 49

Laurel…11 9 16 20 — 56

Glendive (9-11) — Lindsay Tennant 0-1 2-2 2, Alexa Hubbard 5-12 0-0 14, Jordan Johnson 1-8 5-6 8, Morgan Opp 1-4 4-4 6, Brooke Herring 2-9 0-0 4, Austyn Copp 0-0 0-0 0, Annie Hill 0-0 0-0 0, Teia Knutson 0-1 5-6 5, Meriah Taylor 0-0 0-0 0, Maria Zimdars 2-2 6-10 10. Totals: 11-37 22-28 49. 3-pointers: 5 (Hubbard 4, Johnson 1). Rebounds: 27 (Zimdars 7). Assists: 4 (Johnson 2, Zimdars 2). Turnovers: 14. Blocks: 3 (Herring 3). Steals: 8 (Johnson 2, Opp 2). Fouls: 22. Fouled out: Johnson, Opp.

Laurel (14-6) — Jayde LeFevre 5-13 8-9 22, Leslie Gappa 5-7 3-8 13, Emily Smarsh 1-4 0-4 3, Bailey Love 0-1 1-2 1, Lexi Budge 2-7 0-0 5, McKenzie Cotter 0-0 0-0 0, Allie McGrath 0-1 3-4 3, Dalayna Christenson 0-2 0-0 0, Hailey Spitzer 1-1 0-0 2, Abbie Lohof 3-5 1-1 7. Totals: 17-41 16-28 56. 3-pointers: 6 (LeFevre 4, Smarsh 1, Budge 1). Rebounds: 33 (Budge 9). Assists: 5 (LeFevre 3). Turnovers: 16. Blocks: 2 (Budge 1, Christenson 1). Steals: 2 (McGrath 1, Lohof 1). Fouls: 22. Fouled out: Christenson.

Laurel…48 Sidney…40 (3rd)

Sidney…7 9 13 11 -- 40

Laurel…10 15 9 14 -- 48

Sidney (14-8) -- Krista Steinbeisser 0-3 1-2 1, Colleen Crosby 0-1 0-0 0, Kortney Mayer 2-6 2-4 7, Elise Torgerson 3-7 2-2 9, Daryn Wolff 0-0 0-0 0, Lexi Prevost 5-14 9-10 21, Lakayla Nentwig 0-1 1-2 1, Hailey Steinbeisser 0-2 1-2 1. Totals: 10-34 16-22 40. 3-pointers: 4 (Prevost 2, Mayer 1, Torgerson 1). Rebounds: 31 (K. Steinbeisser 10). Assists: 4 (K. Steinbeisser 2). Turnovers: 4. Blocks: 1 (K. Steinbeisser). Steals: 9 (Mayer 3). Fouls: 11.

Laurel (15-6) -- Jayde LeFevre 3-9 3-3 12, McKenzie Cotter 0-0 0-0 0, Allie McGrath 4-9 0-0 12, Leslie Gappa 2-6 1-4 7, Emily Smarsh 1-6 0-0 3, Dalayna Christenson 1-3 0-0 2, Bailey Love 2-2 0-0 4, Hailey Spitzer 0-2 0-0 0, Lexi Budge 0-2 0-0 0, Abbie Lohof 4-5 0-0 8. Totals: 17-44 4-7 48. 3-pointers: 10 (McGrath 4, LeFevre 3, Gappa 2, Smarsh 1). Rebounds: 23 (Gappa 6). Assists: 15 (Gappa 5, Smarsh 5). Turnovers: 21. Blocks: 5 (Christenson 2). Steals 8 (LeFevre 4). Fouls: 17.

Billings Central…69 Hardin…54 (1st)

Central…21 9 12 27 -- 69

Hardin…11 16 12 15 -- 54

Billings Central (14-7) -- Sammy Elliott 0-5 3-6 3, Allie Lucas 9-20 7-7 26, Mariah Wittman 1-5 0-0 2, Baylee Hadley 2-5 0-0 5, Sarina Aamold 0-0 0-0 0, Morgan Lucas 0-0 2-2 2, Erika Kuehn 0-0 0-0 0, Justyn Juhl 9-16 5-7 24, Melissa Koerber 2-2 3-4 7. Totals: 25-53 20-26 69. 3-pointers: 3 (A. Lucas 1, Hadley 1, Juhl 1). Rebounds: 39 (Juhl 8). Assists: 15 (Elliott 5). Turnovers: 11. Blocks: 1 (Juhl). Steals: 6 (Wittman 3). Fouls: 11.

Hardin (13-7) -- Joire Chavez -0 0-0 0, Chrissy Don’t Mix 0-2 0-0 0, Adree Shield 2-7 0-2 4, Teonna Little Light 4-11 4-4 15, Kristan Dillon 0-2 0-0 0, Kanani Birdinground 4-12 1-2 9, Alyssa Big Man 7-12 6-8 22, Beth Rides Horse 0-0 1-2 1, Hannah Ware 1-4 1-2 4. Totals: 18-50 13-20 54. 3-pointers: 5 (Little Light 3, Big Man 2). Rebounds: 30 (Big Man 8). Assists: 15 (Shield 5). Turnovers: 12. Blocks: 4 (Big Man 3). Steals: 6 (Little Light 3). Fouls: 20. Fouled out: Ware.


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