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SAT., 01-18 GIRLS BBALL RESULTS

January 19, 2014
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

 

SAT., 01-18
COLUMBIA FALLS 70 WHITEFISH 13*
LIBBY 32 POLSON 26* 
HELLGATE 55 FRENCHTOWN 40
BUTTE CENTRAL 44 CORVALLIS 32*
HAMILTON 51 DILLON 37*
MANHATTAN 50 BELGRADE 37
BROWNING 58 FERGUS 43*
HAVRE 69 ROCKY BOY 44
BIG TIMBER 48 PARK 43
BILLINGS CENTRAL 55 SIDNEY 50*
LAUREL 62 GLENDIVE 29*
MILES CITY 73 ST LABRE 59

 

gbb gm supplement (Sa. 18 Jan 14)
Libby 32, Polson 26
 
At Polson, a very tightly contested seesaw roundball skirmish tilted in favor of the Libby Lady Loggers in the latter portion of the final period when the visitors almost matched their entire offensive production of the first three quarters.  Trailing by a point at intermission, the Lady Pirates knotted the game at 17 apiece on a pair of Skyla Krantz free throws, then gingerly nursed a precarious lead at the end of the third period.  Libby would tie the match up again at 21 apiece on a Taylor Quinn deuce, then retook the lead 22-21 on a split of a pair of Hailey Moe free throws.   A pair of deuces by Polson guard Dylan Quinn gave the Lady Pirates a three point margin 25-22 before Libby’s Taylor Quinn knotted things up once again at 25 apiece.  Libby junior wing Devon Gallagher would split her pair of charity stripe offerings to edge the Lady Loggers ahead by a single point, but it was a successive pair of subsequent deuces by Shyla Stevenson which would give the visitors the lead for good.  Thereafter, the host Lady Pirates were relegated to playing catchup and were unable to close the gap.  Libby was led by Stevenson with 10 points.  Polson post Nicole Lake turned in her first varsity career double-double by netting ten along with tallying an equal amount of boards, with Dylan Quinn chipping in a half dozen points.  The Lady Pirates were playing without  a pair of their seniors who were sidelined as a precaution against concussion stemming from collisions that took place in preceding contests.
 
LIBBY      10    6   1   15   -  32
POLSON     9   6    4    7   -  26
 
LIBBY - Shyla Stevenson 10, Devon Gallagher 6, Gavy Oliver 5, Taylor Quinn 5, Dalyn Germany 4, Hailey Moe 2.
 
POLSON - Nicole Lake 10, Dylan Quinn 6, Skyla Krantz 4, Kaelen Wall 4, Jaylin Kenney 2.
 
3FG - Libby 1-9 (Gallagher), Polson 0-2.
REBOUNDS - Libby at least 22 (Moe 5, Quinn 5, Gavy Oliver 4, Gallagher 3, Stevenson 3, Germany, Bailie Rosling), Polson 26 (Lake 10, Kenney 5, Wall 4, Krantz 3, Peyton Anderson 2, Erin Sampson, D. Quinn).  ASSISTS - Libby at least 1 (Gallagher), Polson 6 (Kenney 3, D. Quinn 2, Wall).  STEALS - Libby at least 11 (Gallagher 3, Germany 2, T. Quinn 2, Moe, Stevenson, Oliver, Rosling), Polson 10 (Kenney 3, Wall 2, D. Quinn 2, Samptson, Lake, Krantz).  BLOCKS - Libby at least 5 (Moe 2, Gallagher 2, 1 unable to identify from traffic congestion), Polson nada. 
 
Unofficial game rendition by John Heglie with input from informal statistician teams Anderson and Kenney.  Some details may vary from official summary.

BC girls knock off Blue Devils

Updated: January 18, 2014 at 6:24 pm
Butte Central's Teresa Piazzola drives to the hole Saturday at the MAC. (Jason Silvernale photo) Butte Central's Teresa Piazzola drives to the hole Saturday at the MAC. (Jason Silvernale photo)

Spring was a late arrival to the steps in the Butte Central high school girls’ basketball team on Saturday. The adrenalin flow needed time to turn from trickle to rush, too.
Head coach Meg Murphy waited faithfully and was rewarded with a 44-32 win by the Maroons over Corvallis in a Southwestern A Conference game played in the Maroon Activities Center.
It was BC’a first game since Thursday when Butte Central lost to in-town rival Butte High in what is always an emotiion-draining, physically wearing yearly clash.
The Maroons were too obviously flat in spirit when they took to the MAC floor on Saturday.
“It was a real letdown from Thursday night,” Murphy said. “It was tough to get the kids moving. You don’t think your legs are tired (two days later, but …”
Credit Shelby Paffhausen, Teresa Piazzola and Ryan Trudnowski par4tcularly for lunging out of the blocks in time. Paffhausen sparked the Maroons to an early lead and wound up with a team-high 13 points, Piazzola gave her team with a lift off the bench, totaling nine rebounds and six steals, and Trudnowski took on the Blue Devils inside the key with strong, physical play that netted her seven points, six rebounds and three steals.
“I’m proud of the way they came out and played,” Murphy said. “Piazzola turned in her second big game in a row. We’ve seen that she’s really relaxed coming off the bench and plays a lot better.
“Trudnowski just battles and battles.:
Corvallis has never beaten BC in girls’ basketball, but seemed on a mission to do so this time around. Murphy suspected that her program is in a rebuilding mofe this year with several younger players seeing action provided cause for the Blue Devils’ confidence.
Still, the visitors led only once and caught up to Butte Central two other times. The Maroons shot to a 9-1 lead as Paffhausen canned a 12-footer and a 3-point shot to lead the surge. The difference was 10-7 at the first quartere break. Corvallis took its only lead, 13-12, when Jessica Lewis banked in a turnaround shot from the free-throw circle with 2 inutes, 11 seconds left in the first half, capping a 6-0 run.
Trudnowski tied the score with a free throw and BC went on to outscore their opponents 5-0 to the halftime buzzer and led 17-13. Mollie Peoples loopen in a shot to break the tie and Piazzola xlosed the run with a short jumper.
A Peoples 3-pointer gave Butte Central a 23-17 advantage at 4:34 of the third quarter. Instead of then being able to put the Blue Devils away, however, the Maroons saw Corcallis rally bak to tie the score in what was a physical, hard-knocks game.
Freshman Corinne Sanderson sank back-to-back baskets on her way to a game-high 15 points, and then Courtney Albright scored on a dish from Kayla Lewis to pull even with BC. Paffhausen responded with a basket off an Emily St. John pass and then Jane Booth, a 6-foot-2 junior, tallied for Corvallis. The teams entered the fourth quarter knotted at 25-all.
Booth’s play in the key — six points, two blocks and five rebounds — posed difficulties for Butte Central scoring attempts.
“Anytime you have a 6-2 player with long arms in the middle of a zone defense, it makes a difference,” Murphy said.
The Booth basket, however, signaled Corvallis’ last hurrah. The Maroons scored the first seven points of the final frame in a 16-2 run that KO’d the Blue Devils. The Blue Devils found themselves having to foul to stop time and gamble for possession. The BC girls answered by converting 8 of 10 free throws down the stretch. Peoples, a freshman, went 5-for-6 over the span.
Peoples finished with 10 points to back Paffhausen in the production column. Piazzola tallied nine, Trudnowski 7, Chandra McCurdy and Sierra Pica 2 each and Rylee Green made a free throw. St. John, Kate Ossello, Shawnee Hjelt, Courtney Thomas and Taylor Wahl also contributed to the win.

CORVALLIS (2-7, 0-5) — Jessica Lewis 1-2 0-0 2, Kayla Lewis 0-0 0-0 0, Courtney Albright 2-6 1-4 5, Chelsi Clark 1-4 0-0 2, Corinne Sanderson 7-15 0-0 15, Gabi Bierer 0-0 0-0 0, Jane Booth 2-6 2-2 6, Kira Doyle 0-1 2-2 2, Emme Warnken 0-2 0-0 0, Taia Tully 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 13-36 5-8 32.
BUTTE CENTRAL (4-6, 2-3) — Chandra McCurdy 1-3 0-0 2, Shelby Paffhausen 5-12 2-4 13, Sierra Pica 0-3 2-2 2, Emily St. John 0-3 0-0 0, Rryan Trudnowski 2-8 3-6 7, Teresa Piazzola 4-7 1-2 0, Mollie Peoples 2-4 5-6 10, Rylee Green 0-3 1-2 1, Kate Ossello 0-0 0-0 0, Shawnee Hjelt 0-1 0-0 0, Courtney Thomas 0-0 0-0 0, Taylor Wahl 0-0 0- 0. Totals 14-44 14-22 44.

Corvallis 7 6 12 7 — 32
Butte Central 10 7 8 19 — 44
3-point goals — Cor 1-5 (Sanderson 1-3, Warnken 0-2), BC 2-14 (Paffhausen 1-5, Pica 0-1, St. John 0-2, Peoples 1-4, Green 0-1, Hjelt 0-1). Fouled out — none. Total fouls — Cor 16, BC 7. Technicals — none. Rebounds — Cor 27 (Albright 7), BC 34 (Piazzola 9, Paffhausen 7). Blocks — Cor 4 (Bierer 2, Booth 2), BC 1 (Hjelt)). Assists — Cor 6 ((J. Lewis 3), BC 3 (McCurdy 1, St. John 1, Peoples 1). Steals — Cor 9 (Clark 5) BC 14 (Piazzola 6). Turnovers — Cor 24, BC 12.

WHEN IT COUNTS

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Erika Kuehn of Central (22) scores from inside the lane during the second half against Sidney on Saturday.

The Billings Central girls basketball team has played in many season-defining girls basketball games in the past couple of years. So when it comes down to crunch time, the Lady Rams know what it takes.

“There’s no way to coach that type of experience,” said first-year Rams coach Levi Osborne.

Seasoned Central held off Eastern A rival Sidney by making its free throws Saturday at the Nelles Center. The Rams sank 11 of 12 foul shots in the fourth quarter to preserve a 55-50 victory.

Senior guard Allie Lucas made 9 of 10 free throws in the final quarter (and 13 of 14 for the game), and sophomore Mariah Wittman also stepped up and made two big ones down the stretch. That clutch shooting from the line helped the Rams keep Sidney at arm's length despite not making a field goal in the fourth quarter.

Central simulates pressure free throws in practice, and it paid off: In all, the Rams shot 82 percent from the foul line.

“We shoot them a lot,” said Lucas, who finished with 18 points. “It’s something I’ve worked on, but anyone could have taken them and knocked them down.

“I try not to let (the pressure) get to me. I’ve been in situations where pressure has gotten to me and it’s just not good. But when we practice those free throws it helps in games.”

Central took a 12-point lead into the fourth quarter, but Sidney whittled it to one, 48-47, on a Ciara Sinks basket following a turnover with 57 seconds left.

But the free throws made by Lucas and Wittman — there were five in the final 51 seconds — were huge, especially after Sidney’s Lexi Prevost finished a deft three-point play with under 30 seconds remaining.

Prevost led all players with 23 points, including 11 in the fourth quarter.

Another factor in Central’s victory was second-chance points. The Rams, led underneath by Justyn Juhl and Melissa Koerber, converted offensive put-backs into points four times in the second quarter and three more times in the third.

An 11-2 run in the third opened up a 13-point lead.

“Our effort has to stay high on the defensive side so that we don’t give up second-chance points," said Sidney coach Jace Sullivan. "They had (eight) points at halftime off of second chances, but it could have easily been different if we just take care of some of those small details where effort is the issue.”

“We didn’t shoot the ball real well early on," Osborne said. "We made an emphasis against that, and sometimes you best offense against a zone (defense) is offensive rebounding. I thought the girls really took to that and crashed the boards hard.”

Central remained unbeaten in the Eastern A with a 5-0 record. The Rams are 9-1 overall. Sidney slipped to 6-3 overall and 1-3 in the conference.

Central 55, Sidney 50

Sidney 11  10  11  18  50 
Central 18  20  11  55 

Sidney (6-3, 1-3) — Hailey Steinbeisser 5 0-0 10, Kortney Mayer 1 2-4 5, Ciara Sinks 2 2-4 6, Daryn Wolff 2 1-3 5, Lexi Prevost 7 9-13 23, Logan Peterson 0 0-0 0, Lakayla Nentwig 0 1-2 1. Totals: 17 15-26 50. 3-point goals: 1 (Mayer). Total fouls: 19.

Billings Central (9-1, 5-0) — Allie Lucas 2 13-14 18, Baylee Hadley 2 0-0 5, Erika Kuehn 2 2-4 6, Justyn Juhl 6 1-2 14, Melissa Koerber 3 0-0 6, Becca Shipp 2 0-0 4, Mariah wittman 0 2-2 2, Julianna Arellano 0 0-0 0, Natalie Ruegsegger 0 0-0 0. Totals: 17 18-22 55. 3-point goals: 3 (Lucas 1, Hadley 1, Juhl 1). Total fouls: 20. Fouled out: Kuehn.

 

Hamilton …51

Dillon …37

Dillon …6 15 8 8 -- 37

Ham …17 8 13 13 -- 51

Dillon – Alex Rouse 5, Courtney Linder 8, Audrey Schurg 11, Shelby Kluesner 2, Cierra Lamey 9, Brandi Lovoas 2. Totals: 15 3-4.

Hamilton – Taylor Gologoski 21, Jaylee Albert 19, Kali Hayes 5, Brianna Huggans 3, Sami Kratofil 3. Totals: 18 11-17.

Total fouls – DIL 11, HAM 12. 3-pointers – Rouse, Schurg 3, Goligoski, Albert 3.

CORVALLIS – Brigham Parish 14, Alma Powell 10, Jayce Gilder 8, Chaney Waldo 8, Andrew Leopold 6, Porter Jessop 5.

Havre …69

Rocky Boy …44

Rocky Boy …12 8 17 7 -- 44

Havre …20 17 20 12 -- 69

Rocky Boy – Jude The Boy 7, Chanel Standing Rock 14, Minnie The Boy 7, Jurnee LaForge 4, Kylee Raining Bird 12. Totals: 18 4-6.

Havre – Breck Don 3, Brandy Lambourne 20, Dani Wagner 2, Morgan Mazurkiewicz 8, Lacey Waid 8, Peyton Filius 21, Tori Mazurkiewicz 3, Haley Ohm 4. Totals: 25 12-16.

Total fouls – Rocky Boy 13, Havre 10. Fouled out – None. Three pointers – J. The Boy 1, Standing Rock 2, M. The Boy 1, Lambourne 2, M. Mazurkiewicz 1, Filius 4.

Laurel girls cruise past Red Devils, 62-29

LAUREL -- Lexi Lewis and Allie McGrath each scored 15 points and Abbie Lohof added 12 as Laurel cruised to a 62-29 win over Eastern A foe Glendive on Saturday in Laurel.

Laurel outscored Glendive 37-15 in the second half, including 16-0 in the third quarter.

Laurel will travel to Billings Central on Friday night.

Laurel 62, Glendive 29

Glendive 15 29 
Laurel 19  16  21  62 

Glendive — Copp 4 0-0 11, Mintz 1 2-4 4, Taylor 1 0-0 3, Hilbert 1 0-0 2, Huschka 1 0-1 2, Zimdars 1 5-8 7. Totals: 9 7-13 29. Three-point goals: 4 (Copp 3, Taylor). Fouls: 18. 

Laurel — Lexi Lewis 6 3-4 15, Raquel Jiminez 0 0-0 0, Allie McGrath 5 4-6  15, Taylor Ludwig 0 2-6 2, Dalayna Christenson 2 0-1 4, Kenna Goettlich 1 0-0 2, Hailey Spitzer 1 2-2  4, Paige Hodges 3 0-0 8, Abbie Lohof 6 0-0 12. Totals: 24 11-19 62. Fouls: 14.

 

Browning …58 Lewistown …43

Browning …20 10 17 11 -- 58

Lewistown …8 19 7 9 -- 58

Browning – Rachel Heptner 16, Courtney Littledog 6, Shelsey St. Goddard 7, Shelby St. Goodard 7, Tiara Gilham 9, Cydnie Sharp 11, Ivannah Spotted Eagle 2. Totals: 27 2-4.

Lewistown – Maria Henderson 3, Nicole Karhi 10, Jessica Kindzerski 11, Tara Olson 3, Lexie Anderson 10, Michelle Monger 2, Jaree Mane 4. Totals: 16 7-14.

Total fouls – Browning 11, Lewistown 8. Fouled out – Gilham. Three pointers – Shelsey St. Goddard 1, Gilham 1, Henderson 1, Olson 1, Anderson 2.

Big Timber …48 Livingston …43

Livingston …5 10 6 22 -- 43

Big Timber …13 15 8 12 -- 48

Livingston – Meghan Gibson 17, Sierra Higgs 5, Megan Schoenen 6, Hailey Peterson 1, Meadow Ingram 9, Emily Cornell 1, Mariel Kelley 2, Alyssa Bergsing 2. Totals: 14 11-20.

Big Timber – Tasha Stevens 1, Taryn Campbell 19, TediJo Todd 6, Liz Arlian 6, Sidney Arant 4, Mesa King 12. Totals: 15 14-29.

Total fouls – Livingston 23, Big Timber 18. Fouled out – Ingram. Three pointers – Gibson 1, Higgs 1, Schoenen 2, Campbell 2, Arant 1.

Missoula Hellgate 55, Frenchtown 40

At Frenchtown, Darby Henthorn scored 16 points and Lexi Duce chipped in 14 to lead Missoula Hellgate to its second straight girls’ basketball win.

Henthorn, Duce and Kara Hogan scored six points each in the third period, when Hellgate (3-5) made a 23-15 halftime lead hold up.

Henthorn, who was credited with nine steals, hit 5 of 8 fourth-quarter free throws for the Knights, who withstood seven points from Vanessa Stavish in the period.

Stavish had a game-high 17 points for the Northwestern A Broncs (6-3). Western AA Hellgate outscored Frenchtown 18-7 at the line, and went 8 for 14 there in the final eight minutes.

Hellgate 12 11 18 14 – 55

Frenchtown 9 6 16 9 – 40

HELLGATE – Lexi Duce 6 2-2 14, Kylie McWiliams 2 3-4 8, Katie Stahl 0 0-0 0, Ellie Arledge 2 0-2 4, Darby Henthorn 4 8-13 16, Kara Hogan 2 4-4 8, Emma Wiese 1-1 0-2 2, Caitlynn Anschuetz 0 0-0 0, Kara Paffhausen 0-0 0-0 0, Sidney Riddle 0 1-2 1, Claire Hinther 1-6 0-0 2. Totals 18 18-29 55.

FRENCHTOWN – Haley Cyr 3 0-0 7, Alli Moe 3 1-2 7, Vanessa Stavish 5 6-8 17, Keegan Wickman 2 0-0 4, Krista Hebnes 0 0-0 0, Brooke Yarnall 2 0-0 5. totals 15 7-10 40.

3-point goals – Hellgate 1 (McWilliams), Frenchtown 3 (Cyr, Stavish, Yarnall). Total fouls – Hellgate 11, Frenchtown 16. Fouled out – none.

Hamilton 51, Dillon 37

At Hamilton, Taylor Goligoski and Jaylee Albert combined for 40 points in the Broncs’ Southwestern A win over the Beavers.

Goligoski had 12 of her 21 points in the first quarter as the Broncs (5-0 in league, 8-1 overall) jumped to a 17-6 lead. Albert had three 3-pointers on her way to 19 points.

Audrey Schurg paced Dillon (4-1, 6-3) with 11 points.

Dillon 6 15 8 8 – 37

Hamilton 17 8 13 13 – 51

DILLON – Alex Rouse 5, Courtney Linder 8, Audrey Schurg 11, Shelby Kluesner 2, Cierra Lamey 9, Brandi Lovaas 2.

HAMILTON – Taylor Goligoski 21, Jaylee Albert 19, Kali Hayes 5, Brianna Huggans 3, Sami Kratofil 3.

Libby 32, Polson 26

At Polson, a 15-7 fourth quarter surge gave Libby the Northwestern A win over Polson.

The Loggers (2-1 in league, 3-6 overall) entered the fourth trailing 19-17, but pulled away thanks to timely steals.

Shayla Stevenson led Libby with 10 points.

Nichole Lake also had 10 points to lead Polson (0-2, 0-9).

Libby 10 6 1 15 – 32

Polson 9 6 4 7 – 26

LIBBY – Gavy Oliver 5, Shayla Stevenson 10, Hailley Moe 3, Taylor Quinn 4, Dayln Germany 4, Devon Gallagher 6.

POLSON – Skyla Krantz 4, Jaylin Kenney 2, Nichole Lake 10, Dylan Quinn 6, Kaelen Wall 4.

Butte Central 44, Corvallis 32

At Butte, the host Maroons broke open a tie game in the fourth quarter to beat Corvallis in Southwestern A action.

Shelby Paffhausen led Butte Central (2-3 in league, 4-6 overall) with 15 points.

Corrine Sanderson matched that with 15 points for the Blue Devils (0-5, 2-7).

Corvallis 7 6 12 7 – 32

Butte Central 10 7 8 19 – 44

CORVALLIS – Jessica Lewis 2, Courtney Clark 2, Corrine Sanderson 15, Courtney Albright 5, Kira Doyle 2, Jane Booth 6.

BUTTE CENTRAL – Sierra Pica 2, Chandra McCurdy 2, Shelby Paffhausen 15, Ryan Trudnowski 7, Teresa Piazzola 9, Rylee Green 1, Mollie Peoples 8.

Columbia Falls 70, Whitefish 13

At Columbia Falls, Andrea Getts finished with 16 points to lead the Wildkats to the runaway Northwestern A win over Whitefish.

Columbia Falls (3-0 in conference play, 8-1 overall) jumped out to a 28-2 first quarter lead. Winter Kemppainen added 12 for the Wildkats.

Victoria Buls and Simone Craft each had three points to lead the Bulldogs (0-3, 1-10).

Whitefish 2 3 6 2 – 13

Col. Falls 28 20 10 12 – 70

WHITEFISH – Katie Fyall 1, Simone Craft 3, Ceveana Lawshe 2, Anna Peterson 2, Makenna Benbrook 2, Victoria Buls 3.

COLUMBIA FALLS – Summer Burlage 1, Ciera Finberg 5, Cydney Finberg 3, Ellie Johnson 8, Andrea Getts 16, Winter Kemppainen 12, Miranda Livingston 4, Kiara Burlage 7, Allyson Gimbel 4, Haley Belgarde 8, Peyton Kehr 2.

Miles City 73, St. Labre 59

St. Labre 22 10  18  59 
Miles City 15 19  16  23  73 

St. Labre — Shiloh McCormick 34, Trelyn Two Two 4, Tamis Two Moons 2, Shanaya Spang 3, Tiffany Tallwhitewoman 2, Kurri Harris 4, Aubrey Tyon 7, Team 3.

Miles City — Tori Swope 9, SHaylee Singleton 8, Beth Sutter 9, Ashlie Larson 26, Kadie Hoinie 6, Maken Ellingson 3, Amy Blaquiore 12.

Arlee 62,TwoEagleRiver21

Belt 54, FortBenton15

Big Timber 48,Livingston43

Bigfork 38,Florence36

BillingsCentral 55,Sidney50

BillingsSenior 40,Bozeman36

BillingsWest 50,BillingsSkyview 37

Box Elder 70, Turner 26

Broadview-Lavina 67, Custer-Hysham 29

Browning 58, Lewistown 43

ButteCentral 44,Corvallis32

Charlo 61,Hot Springs20

Chinook 59, Chester-Joplin-Inverness 40

Choteau 54, Conrad 41

Colstrip 66, Huntley Project 62

ColumbiaFalls 70, Whitefish 13

Culbertson 54, Savage 34

Cut Bank 53,Shelby27

Darby 57, Alberton 12

Dutton-Brady 50, HeartButte24

Ennis 53, Sheridan 17

Eureka59, Noxon 11

Fairview59,Brockton34

GallatinValleyChristian 48, YellowstoneCountyHomeschool45

Gardiner 43,ManhattanChristian 30

Great Falls61, Helena Capital 55

Great Falls CMR 46, Kalispell Flathead 35

Hamilton 51, Dillon 37

Havre 69, Rocky Boy 44

Hinsdale55, Frazer 29

Jefferson 47, Townsend 35

Jordan58,Northern Cheyenne54

Laurel 62, Glendive 29

Lincoln 45, Philipsburg 44

Lone Peak 44,Lima37

Malta49,WolfPoint14

MissoulaHellgate 55, Frenchtown 40

MissoulaLoyola 65,Whitehall37

ParkCity69, Plenty Coups 47

Plentywood 63,Harlem48

Rosebud 40, Ekalaka 39

Roy-Winifred 55, Hobson 21

Saco-Whitewater 58, Scobey-Opheim 21

Seeley-Swan 65, Victor 36

St. Ignatius 38,Troy34

Terry 54, Melstone 44


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