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SAT., 01-11 BOYS BBALL RESULTS

January 12, 2014
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

SAT., 1-11
BOYS
BIGFORK 53 COLUMBIA FALLS 42
FRENCHTOWN 86 LIBBY 50*
WHITEFISH 49 FLORENCE 34
ANACONDA 61 HAMILTON 54*
BUTTE CENTRAL 56 PARK 36
DILLON 72 STEVENSVILLE 62*
BROWNING @ CONRAD
HAVRE 55 FERGUS 49*
BILLINGS CENTRAL 75 MILES CITY 50*
LAUREL 63 SENIOR 42
SIDNEY 61 PLENTYWOOD 33

Bigfork…53 Columbia Falls…42

Bigfork…10 11 13 19 — 53

Columbia Falls…2 11 9 20 — 42

BIGFORK — Christian Evans 28, Josh Sandry 14, Isaac Martel 9, Adam Jordt 2.

COLUMBIA FALLS — Jared Trinastich 14, Ty Morgan 12, Alex Presnell 5, Trevor Houston 5, Nakia Alexander 3, Jayce Fagerland 2, Mason Gedlaman 1.

Rebounds — Bigfork 30 (Evans 10, Sandry 8), Columbia Falls 19 (Trinastich 5).

Whitefish…49

Florence…34

Florence …12 3 6 13 — 34

Whitefish …14 7 20 8 — 49

FLORENCE — Brandon Johnson 4, Levi Clagett 12, Travern Smith 7, Jake Christopherson 2, Ryan Mangun 9.

WHITEFISH — Keaton Nicholson 12, AJ Wetsch 2, Alex Wilson 2, EJ Havens 9, Art Doorn 16, Jed Nagler 2, Garrett Anderson 6.

Dillon…72

Stevensville…62

Dillon…14 15 14 29 – 72

Stevensville…25 21 14 2 – 62

DILLON – Chance Kluesner 8, Trae Williams 2, JD Ferris 6, Parker Love 2, Nate Simkins 3, Justin Ferris 2, Troy Scott 35, Nick Huber 2, Jason Ferris 3, Brady Richardson 9.

STEVENSVILLE – Chris Lords 6, Chris Bergman 9, Jace Omlid 5, Chance Coleman 13, Zach Gavlak 2, Jared Schultz 27.

Butte Central…56

Livingston…36

Livingston…7 6 10 13 — 36

Butte Central…12 18 13 13 — 56

LIVINGSTON — Nick Bragg 1 2-2 5, Colton Carter 2 2-2 7, Sterling Lay 1 0-0 2, Colton Gavne 2 0-0 4, Chris Emter 4 0-1 8, Jory Overstreet 3 2-3 10.

BUTTE CENTRAL — Cal Hollow 0 2-2 2, Kale Guldseth 5 1-3 15, Danny Peoples 2 0-0 4, Connor McGree 0 2-4 2, Chad Peterson 2 3-4 9, Dylan Goodell 3 0-1 6, Marcus Ferriter 4 0-0 10, Nate Bolstad 2 1-2 7.

3-pointers — LIV 2 (Bragg, Carter), BC 8 (Guldseth 3, Peterson 2, Ferriter 2, Bolstad). Total fouls — LIV 19, BC 15. Fouled out — Overstreet. Technicals — Goodell.

Frenchtown…86

Libby…50

Frenchtown…18 27 24 17 — 86

Libby…11 17 8 14 — 50

FRENCHTOWN — John Chapman 19, Quintin Mazzola 9, Andrew Honken 12, Bridger Truett 32, Zach Palmer 1, Levi Lind 2, Jordan Moe 7, Bobby Erbaugh 2, Austin Means 2.

LIBBY — Jonny Cielak 2, Collin Johnson 7, Isaak Jones 2, Jared Winslow 24, Michael Curtiss 10, Quinn Sullivan 2, Erik Lauer 3.

Anaconda…61

Hamilton…54

Hamilton…15 15 9 15 – 54

Anaconda…21 13 14 13 – 61

CORVALLIS – Josh Heath 7 1-3 19, Kris Cleveland 0 0-2 0, Ty Burt 1 0-0 2, Teague Blome 2 0-0 5, Bret Huxtable 3 0-0 6, Kameron Kohn 2 6-8 10, Josh Bauder 6 0-3 12. Totals 21 7-16 54.

ANACONDA – Caleb Stetzner 6 3-6 16, Drew Conrady 3 0-0 9, Dennis Stanberry 3 0-1 9, Cory Stanberry 6 4-6 16, Ethan Blume 0 4-4 4, Brandon Fode 2 3-5 7. Totals 20 14-22 61.

Maroons run to 56-36 win over Rangers

Updated: January 11, 2014 at 5:41 pm
 
Livingston's Collin Sulages blocks a shot as Butte Central's Kale Guldseth drives to the hoop Saturday at the Maroon Activities Center. (Bill Foley photo) Livingston's Collin Sulages blocks a shot as Butte Central's Kale Guldseth drives to the hoop Saturday at the Maroon Activities Center. (Bill Foley photo)

By Derek Hendrickson

The Butte Central Maroons took out some of the frustration they felt after getting knocked from the unbeaten ranks Thursday at Dillon by returning to the Maroon Activities Center and dominating the Park Rangers, 56-36, Saturday afternoon in non-conference action.

The Maroons struggled offensively in the first quarter but relied on their strong man to man defense to lead 12-7 after one. They held the Rangers scoreless for almost 6 minutes before senior guard Colton Carter got Park on the board and ended an 8-0 run to start the game.

After the game Maroon head coach Brodie Kelly talked about the team’s slow start.

“We had really good looks early in the game and couldn’t make open shots,” Kelly said. “But we were focused on what shots we were getting, not if they were going in or not, we did a much better job not holding the ball so much, we got it swinging, which was good.”

Senior point guard Kale Guldseth led the charge for the Maroons by scoring a game-high 16 points, 14 of which he tallied in the decisive first half.  After the shaky first quarter Coach Kelly talked about Guldseth personally saw to it that the Rangers would have no reason to believe they could pull the upset as he hit a three, a layup and another three to score the first 8 points of the second quarter to push the Central advantage to 20-7.

Guldseth shared the Maroon’s philosophy when asked about his offensive explosion in the first half.

“It starts on defense and translates to offense,” he said. “I look to Nate (Bolstad) and Satch (Marcus Ferriter), and they look to me.  We were down on our effort Thursday but tonight we came out and forced them into some tough shots, we rebounded well against their big guys.”

That defense held Park to just 13 points in the first half and the Maroons put up 18 in the second quarter, 11 of which were by Guldseth.

Kelly was asked about the defense after the win.

“It was better, but we still have a ways to go, we recognize that,” he said. “Overall it was pretty good but we were late in the second half, there are some touches we could have prevented.”

The lateness Coach Kelly referred to allowed the Park post players to establish themselves down low.  Chris Emter, a 6-foot-4 senior, scored six of his eight in the second half and 6-11 junior Joey Overstreet put in six of his Ranger leading 10 points after the break.

While Guldseth was hitting his shots he also dished out four assists.  Fellow top scorers Ferriter and Bolstad both benefited as usual, with Ferriter netting 12 points and Bolstad 8.  Ferriter went on a quick run of his own to start the second half as he hit back to back threes giving the Maroons their largest lead at 36-13.

“This game we moved the ball a lot better, got us more open shots, we were playing a lot more as a team,” Ferriter said. “We also boxed out a lot better.  I was a lot more open this game from the outside where I was down low against the zone against Dillon, those threes today were open so I shot them.”

The big lead allowed Coach Kelly to experiment a little bit with his mix of the top nine players he utilizes.

“We had some lineups that we usually don’t have for a lot of minutes,” Kelly said. “It was good experience to some different rotations.”

Kelly was rewarded with balanced play across his roster, with all nine players who saw action getting at least one rebound and six players recording steals as the Maroons had 10 total while forcing 18 turnovers.

Chad Peterson came off the bench to score 9 for Central, including 2 three pointers from the junior sharpshooter.  Ferriter led Central with 6 rebounds and senior Connor McGree did his usual dirty work down low, recording 3 steals and 3 offensive boards to help the Maroons improve to 7-1 on the season.

The Maroons will be back in action Thursday for the City Championship against Butte High against whom they have won the past three meetings.  Guldseth spoke about the opportunity to play Central’s longtime crosstown rivals, “we’re excited, they’re excited, we’re ready, they’re ready, it’s a big one for both of us, we’ll see what happens on Thursday, we’re excited to be out there.”

LIVINGSTON
Nick Bragg 1 2-2 5, Colton Carter 2 2-2 7, Sterling Lay 1 0-0 2, Colton Gavne 2 0-0 4, Chris Emter 4 0-1 8, Jory Overstreet 3 2-3 10.
BUTTE CENTRAL (7-1)
Cal Hollow 0 2-2 2, Kale Guldseth 5 1-3 15, Danny Peoples 2 0-0 4, Connor McGree 0 2-4 2, Chad Peterson 2 3-4 9, Dylan Goodell 3 0-1 6, Marcus Ferriter 4 0-0 10, Nate Bolstad 2 1-2 7.
Livingston                    7     6    10   13 — 36
Butte Central             12   18    13   13 — 56

3-pointers — LIV 2 (Bragg, Carter), BC 8 (Guldseth 3, Peterson 2, Ferriter 2, Bolstad). Total fouls — LIV 19, BC 15. Fouled out — Overstreet. Technicals — Goodell.

Havre…55 Lewistown…49

Havre…12 9 16 18 -- 55

Lewistown…8 16 15 10 -- 49

Havre – Nate Rismon 11, Dane Warp 15, Brian Smith 5, Michael Bakke 4, Jase Kato 7, Kade Rismon 13. Totals: 22 7-14.

Lewistown – James Derheim 9, Tre Bradley 3, Lane Smith 8, Morgan Ray 4, Logan Wilcox 11, Dylan Stenseth 6, Jesse Perry 8. Totals: 22 2-6.

Total fouls – Havre 10, Lewistown 12. Fouled out – Ray. Three pointers – N. Rismon 3, Smith 1, Derheim 1, Perry 2.

Central lights it up in rout of Cowboys

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Central's Camden Caraveau, 3, battles Miles City's Kyle Collins, 22, for the ball in their game in Billings Saturday, Jan. 11, 2014.

The 3s were falling like rain for Billings Central, which prompted Cam Caraveau to feel like a weight had been lifted off his shoulders.

“For me personally, I’ve been struggling,” Caraveau said. “So it was nice to knock a few down. It was good.”

The Rams hit seven first-quarter 3-pointers, building a huge lead on the way to a 75-50 victory over Eastern A rival Miles City on Saturday at the Nelles Center. Caraveau, a senior guard, hit three 3s in the opening quarter and finished with 12 points, his best outing of the season.

He hit back-to-back 3s from the corner on dribble-drive passes from Bryce Hawbaker, and then nailed another one just before the first-quarter buzzer to put the Rams up 28-4. The Rams finished with 11 3-pointers from Caraveau, Hawbaker, Colin Holetz, Dillon Meyer, Jonah Studer and Jacob Hadley.

“I thought we had really good looks at the 3-point shot,” said Rams coach Jim Stergar. “We tried to focus on posting up strong and trying to get the ball inside, but we have some pretty good shooters, and when they’re open that’s what they’re supposed to do.”

It was similar to the Central-Miles City game at Nelles last season, when the Rams opened up a staggering 35-0 lead on the way to a 43-point victory.

“We talk about how the first four minutes of every game are so important, and we struggle with it,” said Miles City coach Houston Finn. “Teams are getting after us early. It’s tough to recover from that.”

Central suffered through a 9:27 stretch in the second and third quarters where it didn’t make a basket from the floor, but the Cowboys didn’t take advantage. Gavin Gundlach and Brac Warren hit consecutive 3s as part their best run, but they still found themselves down 15 going into the fourth.

Warren led Miles City with 20 points. Gundlach came off the bench to score 11. Meyer had 17 to pace Central. Holetz added 16 while Hawbaker had 11.

BOYS

Central 75, Miles City 50

Miles City 13  20  13  50 
Central 28  18  23  75 

Miles City (1-5, 1-4) — Timmy Regan 0 0-0 0, Austin Stradley 1 5-6 7, Brett Keith 3 0-0 6, Brac Warren 5 8-8 20, Troy Burke 0 0-0 0, Gavin Gundlach 4 0-0 11, Kyle Collins 1 0-0 2, Carson Barnosky 0 2-2 2, Conner Torstenbo 1 0-0 2. Totals: 15 15-16 50. 3-point goals: 5 (Gundlach 3, Warren 2). Total fouls: 28. Fouled out: Stradley, Gundlach.

Billings Central (5-3, 2-1) — Cam Caraveau 3 3-4 12, Holden Ryan 1 1-4 3, Colin Holetz 4 5-8 16, Bryce Hawbaker 3 4-7 11, Dillon Meyer 5 5-8 17, Michael Stanton 0 0-2 0, Jonah Studer 2 0-0 5, Micah Holt-Seavy 1 0-0 2, Jesse Byorth 0 1-2 1, Jacob Hadley 2 1-2 6, Andrew Sterup 0 0-0 0, Larry McCormick 0 2-2 2. Totals: 21 22-39 75. 3-point goals: 11 (Caraveau 3, Holetz 3, Meyer 2, Hawbaker 1, Studer 1, Hadley 1). Total fouls: 22.

Laurel boys cruise to win over Senior

Zac Allen scored 22 points and Taylor Maida added 14 as Laurel led from start to finish on its way to a 62-43 win over Class AA Billings Senior on Saturday night at the Senior High gym.

"They just flat beat us tonight," said Senior coach Jim Wilsey. "They played extremely tough defense and we didn't shoot the ball very well."

Kooper Kidgell led the way for the Broncs with 20 points. The Broncs fell to 4-3 on the season.

Senior travels to Bozeman next Saturday, while Laurel travels to Sidney on Friday and Glendive on Saturday.

Laurel 62, Senior 43

Laurel 24 13  16  62 
Senior 15  12  11  43 

Laurel — Tyler Thompson 0 4-6 4, Taylor Maida 4 4-5 14, Quinton Holmlund 1 0-0 2, Cooper Love 1 0-0 3, Dan Nyiang 2 2-4 6, Evan Jones 3 5-6 11, Zac Allen 10 2-4 22, Dylan Meccage 0 0-0 0, Keegan Rielly 0 0-0 0. Totals: 21 17-25 62. Three-point goals: 3 (Maida 2, Love). Fouls: 20.

Billings Senior — Jorey Egeland 3 0-0 7, Quinn Abdallah 0 0-3 0, Justin Dreessen 1 0-0 2, Joe Zimmer 1 4-6 6, Nickos Vlahos 1 0-2 2, Kooper Kidgell 7 3-4 20, Mac Turner 1 3-4 5, Eli Caekaert 0 1-2 1. Totals: 15 11-21 43. Three-point goals: 2 (Egland, Kidgell). Fouls: 24.

Sidney 61, Plentywood 33

Plentywood 10  12  33 
Sidney 14  14  17  16  61 

Plentywood (3-4) — Simonson 3, Woodman 8, Peterson 5, Howard 4, Anderson 10, Schwanz 3.

Sidney (5-1) — Paul Brannon 8, Rylee Peterson 3, Cade Strasheim 9, Colin Moran 9, Brett Norby 3, Tyler Quilling 10, Logan Thiel 5, Caleb Benson 6, Tristan Rohner 4, Adam Lake 4

 
Hamilton 54
 PTSPFRBAST
#1 Josh Heath   17 3 0 0
#3 Tanner Lehr   0 0 0 0
#5 Kris Cleveland   2 2 0 0
#10 Ty Burt   4 1 0 0
#11 Teague Blom   3 5 0 0
#20 Bret Huxtable   4 2 0 0
#22 Matt Turley   0 0 0 0
#23 Kameron Kohn   10 5 0 0
#24 Josh Bauder   14 1 0 0
#31 Kelton Pitzinger   0 0 0 0
Team   0 0 0 0
 
AHS Boys 61
 PTSPFRBAST
#2 Caleb Stetzner   16 3 0 0
#3 Cody Forkan   0 0 0 0
#4 Drew Conrady   9 3 0 0
#10 Dennis Stanberry   9 1 0 0
#12 Cory Stanberry   16 2 0 0
#13 Bobby Duhame   0 0 0 0
#20 Sean Gallagher   0 3 0 0
#24 Jackson Wagner   0 0 0 0
#30 Ethan Blume   4 2 0 0
#42 Brandon Fode   7 4 0 0
Team   0 0 0 0

Absarokee 55, Fromberg 38

Anaconda 61, Hamilton 54

Arlee 76, St. Ignatius 74

Baker 42, Wolf Point 40

Bigfork 53, Columbia Falls 42

Billings Central 75, Miles City 50

Billings West 73, Bozeman 60

Butte Central 56, Livingston 36

Charlo 47, Phillipsburg 43

Chester-Joplin-Inverness 46, North Star 31

Chinook 80, Turner 41

Colstrip 71, St. Labre 58

Culbertson 46, Circle 44

Darby 64, St. Regis 18

Denton/Geyser/Stanford 62, Hobson 60, OT

Dillon 72, Stevensville 62

Eureka 71, Thompson Falls 62

Fairfield 47, Belt 34

Fairview 69, Savage 55

Frenchtown 86, Libby 50

Glasgow 67, Harlem 47

Great Falls Central 69, Fort Benton 66

Great Falls Russell 60, Butte 38

Harlowton-Ryegate 85, Roberts 29

Havre 55, Lewistown (Fergus) 49

Helena Capital 57, Helena 38

Hinsdale 65, Poplar 42

Hot Springs 73, Plains 53

Jefferson (Boulder) 62, White Sulphur Springs 24

Joliet 64, Big Timber 62

Jordan 65, Ekalaka 34

Laurel 62, Billings Senior 43

Lima 60, West Yellowstone 32

Lustre Christian 63, Brockton 57

Malta 52, Roundup 24

Missoula Sentinel 58, Kalispell Flathead 47

Nashua 62, Scobey-Opheim 30

Northern Cheyenne 57, Broadus 46

Plenty Coups 79, Bridger 65

Power 69, Augusta 7

Roy-Winifred 60, Hays-Lodgepole 48

Saco-Whitewater 71, Dodson 31

Seeley-Swan 51, Lincoln 30

Shepherd 65, Red Lodge 51

Shields Valley 72, Manhattan Christian 67

Sidney 61, Plentywood 33

Simms 50, Dutton-Brady 43

Superior 76, Two Eagle River 32

Troy 49, Ronan 39

Valier 63, Sunburst 53

Whitefish 49, Florence 34

Whitehall 65, Manhattan 54

Winnett-Grass Range 57, Moore-Judith Gap 46

POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS

Alberton vs. Drummond, ccd.

Box Elder vs. Heart Butte, ccd.


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