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TUES., 01-28 BOYS BBALL RESULTS

January 29, 2014
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

TUES., 1-28
BOYS
BUTTE CENTRAL 61 BELGRADE 46
CORVALLIS 59 FLORENCE 48
DILLON 67 PARK 21
SKYVIEW 96 HARDIN 71
DICKINSON 69 MILES CITY 56

 

DILLON 67 PARK 21

TOP SCORERS:

DILLON:  SCOTT 12; SIMKINS 12; RICHARDSON 10; LOVE 9; TURNER 6; JASON FERRIS 5; KLUESNER 3; JD FERRIS 3; JORY 3; JUSTIN FERRIS 2; HAVERFIELD 2

PARK:  GAVNE 8; EMTER 5; BRAGG 3; SCHWEKERT 3; OVERSTREET 2

BC boys stop Panthers, 61-46 

Updated: January 28, 2014 at 8:25 pm
 
Butte Central's Nate Bolstad defends Belgrade's Trevor Mahn as he tries to penetrate the Maroon defense Tuesday at the Maroon Activities Center. BC's Danny Peoples (12) and Kale Guldseth look on. (Bill Foley photo) Butte Central's Nate Bolstad defends Belgrade's Trevor Mahn as he tries to penetrate the Maroon defense Tuesday at the Maroon Activities Center. BC's Danny Peoples (12) and Kale Guldseth look on. (Bill Foley photo)

Five days after an “awful” defensive performance at Helena High, the Butte Central defense was the star Tuesday night.

The Maroons held Belgrade to 15 points in the first half as the Butte Central boys’ basketball team knocked off Belgrade 61-46 in a non-conference game at the Maroon Activities Center.

“I love the way we defended,” said BC coach Brodie Kelly, whose team gave up 71 points in Thursday’s loss to the Bengals. “That was as good as we defended all year for the first 22 minutes.”

The win snapped a six-game winning streak for the Panthers, the first-place team in the Central A Conference.

The Maroons, who are a game behind Dillon in the Southwestern A, scored the game’s first nine points and led 26-16 at halftime on the offense of junior Marcus Ferriter, who scored 12 of his game-high 18 points in the first half.

“These guys were rolling coming in,” Kelly said. “This is a good basketball team. To get up on them like we did was huge.”

The Maroons took control with a 14-0 third-quarter run ignited by a 3-pointer by Dalton Sessions and a pull-up jumper by Kale Guldseth.

Guldseth hit 3 of 4 free throws after a foul and Belgrade technical to end the run with a 42-21 lead with 1 minute, 22 seconds left in the third quarter.

The Panthers rebounded with four straight to close the third quarter, then outscored the Maroons 10-1 to open the fourth to pull within 43-35.

“We got a little sloppy with the big lead,” Kelly said.

The Maroons called a timeout, and BC answered with a Ferriter hoop off a Guldseth assist and a 3-pointer by Chad Peterson to stop the bleeding.

BC iced the game by making 9 of 10 free throws in the final 4 minutes.

The Maroons completed the sweep of the Panthers. BC won 42-40 in Belgrade the first game after the Christmas break.

Belgrade Star Shiloh Christopher scored 23 points in that game. Tuesday, the Maroons held Christopher to nine points. Trevor Mahn led the Panthers with 11.

“Dalton (Sessions) did an awesome job on Mahn when he was in there,” Kelly said. “Cal Hollow and Nate (Bolstad) did a good job guarding Chiloh Christopher. That kid had 20 plus on us down there. We did a good job helping on those two.”

Eight of the nine BC players who hit the court found the scorebook.

Sessions scored 11 points, while Bolstad scored eight of his 10 points in the second half. Also, Guldseth tossed in eight, Peterson hit two threes and scored six, Hollow and Danny Peoples scored three apiece, and Dylan Goodell netted two.

Connor McGree was a defensive and rebounding force for the Maroons, who improved to 11-2 on the season.

“It was a pretty good balanced attack offensively,” Kelly said. “Everybody shared the ball.”

Tuesday’s win, which improved Kelly’s record against Belgrade to 20-2, marked BC’s second game in their home gym since before the Christmas break.

“We’ve got a heck of difficult stretch,” Kelly said. “We played seven of eight games outside the MAC. It was challenging, so I know our guys were excited to be playing at home.”

The Maroons are back at home Saturday against Hamilton. BC will try to avenge it’s only loss to a Class A team when Dillon comes to town on Feb. 6.

BELGRADE (8-5)
Trevor Mahn 4 2-5 11, Koby Ruff 2 0-0 4, Ethan Turner 3 1-1 8, Shiloh Christopher 4 0-0 9, Baxter Roys 3 2-2 8, Brayden Kenkol 1 0-0 2, Brandon Stubbs 1 0-1 2, Angel Torres 0 0-0 0, Chase Robecker 1 0-0 2. Totals 17 3-4 46.
BUTTE CENTRAL (11-2)
Kale Guldseth 2 4-4 8, Connor McGree 0 0-0 0, Chad Peterson 2 0-1 6, Dalton Sessions 2 6-6 11, Marcus Ferriter 8 0-0 18, Nate Bolstad 2 6-7 10, Cal Hollow 1 0-0 3, Danny Peoples 1 0-0 3, Dylan Goodell 1 0-0 2. Totals 19 16-18 61.
Belgrade           7    8   25   21 — 46
Central           16  10   16   19 — 61

3-point goals — Belgrade 3 (Mahn, Turner, Christopher), BC 7 (Peterson 2, Ferriter 2, Hollow, Peoples, Sessions). Fouls — Belgrade 16, BC 14.Fouled out — none. Technical — Mahn.

Corvallis 59, Florence 48

At Florence, Corvallis pulled away for a nonconference win behind late free throws and Brigham Parrish’s 3-point mania.

Corvallis, which scored 33 second-half points, got a barrage of long bombs from Parrish on his way to 24 points. He hit four of his six treys after halftime.

Florence’s Levi Clagett scored 12 to lead his team and Brad Schaff added 11.

Class A Corvallis improved to 5-6 while Class B Florence fell to 7-6.

Corvallis 13 13 16 17 – 59

Florence 10 19 10 9 – 48

CORVALLIS – Alma Powell 8, Jayce Gilder 12, Chaney Waldo 6, Brigham Parrish 24, Porter Jessop 2, Austin Bankston 2, Andrew Leopold 5.

FLORENCE – Brandon Johnson 5, Levi Clagett 12, Brady Pickering 2, Tynan Heck 3, Travern Smith 8, Ryan Mangun 7, Brad Schaff 11.

Skyview boys run past Hardin, 96-71

HARDIN -- Tre'von Strong scored 24 points and Jameson Willems scored 15 -- both career-highs -- on Tuesday night to help Billings Skyview to a 96-71 non-conference boys basketball win over Hardin.

Strong hit a pair of 3-pointers in his 24-point effort. Kendal Manuel added 17 points, Nolan McHugh 16 and Jalen Whitley 10 for the Falcons (7-4).

Skyview pulled away from a 20-20 tie at the end of the first quarter, outscoring the Bulldogs 28-14 in the second quarter.

Oliver Wallace led Hardin (4-9) with 21 points, followed by Milo Paz with 15 and Kordell Cummins with 10.

Skyview hosts Bozeman in a key Eastern AA game on Friday at 7:30 p.m.

Skyview 96, Hardin 71

Skyview 20 28 24 24 96
Hardin 20 14 22 15 71

Billings Skyview (7-4) — Kendal Manuel 17, Baylee Slevira 2, Jacob Smyle 4, Payton Stott 6, Nolan McHugh 16, Jalen Whitley 10, Tre'von Strong 24, Jared Lambrecht 2, Jameson Willems 15. 3-pointers: Strong 2, McHugh 1. Total fouls: 12. Fouled out: None.

Hardin (4-9) — Delvin Walks 2, Zion Red Star 4, Milo Paz 15, Keen White Wolf 9, Trace Hunts His Enemy 2, Dominic LaForge 8, Oliver Wallace 21, Kordell Cummins 10. 3-pointers: Paz 3, White Wolf 2. Total fouls: 18. Fouled out: LaForge.

 

BOYS BASKETBALL

Bainville 50, Sidney JV 44

Billings Skyview 96, Hardin 71

Butte Central 61, Belgrade 46

Corvallis 59, Florence 48

Dillon 67, Livingston 21

Drummond 71, Valley Christian 55

Lodge Grass 102, St. Labre 99

Missoula Hellgate 64, Kalispell Glacier 54

Missoula Loyola 65, Ronan 42

Noxon 56, St. Regis 26

Plentywood 43, Froid/Medicine Lake 42

Richey-Lambert 69, Savage 64

Superior 46, Thompson Falls 40

Wibaux 50, Broadus 39


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