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TUES., 02-11 GIRLS BBALL RESULTS

February 12, 2014
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

 

TUES., 02-11
BUTTE HIGH 63 DILLON 47
CORVALLIS 42 POLSON 31
HAMILTON 46 STEVENSVILLE 30*
MANHATTAN 47 BELGRADE 21

McGree, Bulldogs top Dillon girls

Updated: February 11, 2014 at 8:40 pm

DILLON — Sammy McGree scored 18 points, and Butte High’s defense was relentless as the Bulldogs ran past Dillon 63-47 Tuesday night on Finney’s Court in the B.W. Lodge Gymnasium.

McGree scored eight points in the first half and then scored eight of Butte High’s first 10 points in the third quarter as the Bulldogs took command.

Butte High led 32-23 at halftime and opened the second half with an 8-0 run.

“They came to play and they played hard,” Butte High coach Liza Dennehy said. “They played hard right from the start.”

Kassidy Caprara came off the bench to hit two 3-pointers and score 12 points for the Bulldogs. Mariah Richardson added nine points, and Maria Michelotti tossed in eight before fouling out as Butte High improved to 6-9 on the season.

Butte High also got three points from Lexi Murphy, Ashten McCloskey, McKaul Ori and Bethany McLean, and two apiece from Andie Hogan and Ellie Hoffenbacker.

Jordan Peterson scored 14 points and Audrey Schurg tossed in 11 for the Beavers, who fell to 10-5. Cierra Lamey, who leads the Beavers in scoring with just under 10 points per game, was held to four points while playing through foul trouble.

The Beavers lost Alex Rouse to an ankle injury early in the game. Butte High lost Murphy, also to an ankle injury, in the fourth quarter. Dennehy, though, said it doesn’t appear to be serious.

The Bulldogs are back in action Thursday when they play host to Anaconda in the Butte Civic Center.

BUTTE HIGH (6-9)
Mariah Richardson 3 1-2 9, Sammy McGree 7 2-2 18, Lexi Murphy 1 1-2 3, Maria Michelotti 3 2-4 8, Andie Hogan 1 0-0 2, Ashten McCloskey 1 0-0 3, Bethany McLean 1 1-2 3, McKaul Ori 1 1-2 3, Ellie Hoffenbacker 1 0-0 2, Kassidy Caprara 5 0-2 12. Totals 24 8-18 63.
DILLON (10-5)
Jordan Peterson 5 2-2 14, Alex Rouse 0 0-0 0, Courtney Linder 2 0-2 4, Holly Andersen 0 3-3 3, Audrey Schurg 3 2-611, Rachael Nye 3 0-1 7, Cierra Lamey 3 0-1 4, Brandi Lovaas 2 0-0 4. Totals 18 7-15 47
Butte   11  21  18  13 — 63
Dillon  10  13  13  11
— 47
3-pointers — Butte 7 (Richardson 2, McGree 2, Kaprara 2, McCloskey), Dillon 5 (Peterson 2, Schurg, Nye). Fouls — Butte 18, Dillon 13. Fouled out — Michelotti, Linder.

Sanderson, Polson hold off Corvallis for 4th victory

2014-02-12T00:42:00Z 2014-02-12T00:55:42Z Prep girls' basketball: Sanderson, Polson hold off Corvallis for 4th victory missoulian.com

POLSON – Corrine Sanderson scored 14 points, including four fourth-quarter free throws, to help Corvallis past Polson in a non-conference girls’ basketball game Tuesday.

Emme Warnken also hit four free throws in the final period for the Southwestern A Blue Devils (4-11), who made a 32-23 lead hold up.

Jessica Lewis added nine points for Corvallis, four coming in a strong second quarter for the visitors. Sanderson’s total included two 3-pointers.

Nichole Lake and Skyla Krantz scored six points each to lead the Pirates of Northwestern A. Polson fell to 2-13.

Corvallis 11 16 5 10 – 42

Polson 7 8 8 8 – 31

CORVALLIS – Jessica Lewis 9, Corrine Sanderson 14, Gabby Bierer 2, Jane Booth 6, Emme Warnken 7, Kira Doyle 4.

POLSON – Nichole Lake 6, Skyla Krantz 6, Jessica Bagnell 4, Jaylin Kenney 4, Peyton Anderson 3, Kaelen Wall 3, Dylan Quinn 2, Lydia Dupuis 2, Monika Frame 1.

Corvallis 42, Polson 31
 
At Polson, the defending Lady Pirates were intending to conduct a basketball variation of a type-of exorcism in order to bind the visiting Lady Blue Devils into compliance on their home court, but it was the host squad who would be dispossessed of a win.  After trailing by a dozen at the half, the Lady Pirates pared the lead down to single digits at the three quarter mark, shaving it down even further to 31-36 with less than 2 minutes remaining, but that would be as close as they could get as the Lady Blue Devils capitalized upon a half dozen free throw opportunities to pad their margin.  Fleet-of foot freshman forward Corinne Sanderson showed some of the reasons why she garnered time on the soccer pitch during the fall soccer season with some of her acceleration capability, but also displayed some dexterity with her hands as well with some deft ambidextrous dribbling maneuvers complemented by a sharp shooting touch that netted her game scoring honors with 14 points.  State A champion volleyball players Jessica Lewis and Jane Booth collaborated on adding another 15 points to the Corvallis coffers, Booth reeling in a dozen rebounds along with 4 blocks by unofficial tallies.  Polson players Skyla Krantz and Nicole Lake contributed a half dozen each in the losing effort.  Seniors Jessica Bagnell and Jaylin Kenney both pilfered a quartet of steals each.  Polson slides to 2-13 overall and travels to Libby for a conference clash on Saturday.
 
Corvallis   11   16    5  10  -  42
Polson        7     8    8    8  -  31
 
CORVALLIS - Corinne Sanderson 14, Jessica Lewis 9, Emme Warnken 7, Jane Booth 6, Kira Doyle 4, Gabi Bierer 2.
POLSON - Skyla Krantz 6, Nicole Lake 6 (2FG 3-8, FT 0-2), Jessica Bagnell 4 (FG 1-9, FT 2-2), Jaylin Kenney 4, Kaelen Wall 3, Peyton Anderson 3, Lydia Dupuis 2, Dylan Quinn 2, Monika Frame 1.
 
3FG - Corvallis 3-3 (J. Lewis, Sanderson, Warnken), Polson 0-6.
REBOUNDS - Corvallis at least 27 (Booth 12, Kira Doyle 3, Sanderson 3, Courtney Albright 3, J. Lewis 2, Bierer 2, Warnken 2), Polson 21 (Frame 7, Bagnell 5, Krantz 3, Kenney 2, Quinn 2, Wall 1, Lake 1).  
ASSISTS - Corvallis at least 7 (Albright 2, Kayla Lewis 2, Booth 1, Chelsi Clarke 1), Polson 7 (Krantz 3, Lake 2, Wall, Frame).       STEALS - Corvallis at least 9 (J. Lewis 2, Sanderson 2, Warnken 2, Albright, K. Lewis, Clarke),
Polson 15 (Kenney 4, Bagnell 4, Lake 2, Quinn 2, Frame 2,  Anderson 1).       BLOCKS - Corvallis at least 4 (Booth 4), Polson 1 (Frame).
 
Unofficial game rendition by John Heglie in consultation with informal statisticians Tom Kenney and Alan Anderson.  Some details may vary from official summary.  Case in point would be that a rio of unofficial statisticians viewing the game from the balcony had different scoring credit totals from what was announced after the game.  Those differences are expanded upon in the box score should they differ from what ends up in print.

Hamilton 46, Stevensville 30

At Hamilton, Taylor Goligoski’s 18 points led the No. 3-ranked Broncs to the Southwestern A victory over Stevensville.

Despite falling to a 10-4 deficit in the first quarter, Hamilton (8-0 in league, 13-3 overall) outscored the Yellowjackets 36-7 over the second and third.

Sami Kratofil added 10 points for the Broncs.

Kayla Peterson had a team-best 14 points to lead Stevensville (2-6, 4-11) while Carly Vercruyssen chipped in six.

Stevensville 10 4 3 13 – 30

Hamilton 4 17 19 6 – 46

STEVENSVILLE – Katie Malachinski 4, Carly Vercruyssen 6, Carly Sebastian 2, Kayla Peterson 14, Mattie Boesch 4.

HAMILTON – McKayl Rothie 6, Taylor Goligoski 18, Jaylee Albert 6, Kali Hayes 3, Bri Huggans 3, Sami Kratofil 10.

Manhattan 47, Belgrade 21

Belgrade …4 9 3 5 - 21

Manhattan …6 17 7 17 - 47

BELGRADE (4-12) - Kindall Bethke 0 0-0 0, Sadie Reddick 0 2-4 4, Alexis Clingingsmith 1 3-5 5, Judy Taylor 0 0-2 0, Madison Cade 0 0-2 0, Taylor Salsbury 0 0-0 0, Skyla Nuebauer 0 0-0 0, Madison Page 0 2-2 2, Erin Singleton 3 0-0 7, Tanna Holliday 0 5-8 5, Shaylee Ragar 0 0-0 0, Jamie Woolman 0 0-0 0, Ashley Koenig 0 0-0 0. Totals: 4 12-27 21.

MANHATTAN (15-2) - Kennedy Grubich 0 0-0 0, Tori Lucier 0 2-4 2, Regan Wubben 0 0-0 0, Tessa Miller 1 0-0 2, Savannah Carr 2 1-2 5, Jolena Grevious 0 0-0 0, Quinn Schmidt 0 0-0 0, Mariah Harvey 1 0-1 2, Sophia Wass 7 1-6 15, Alexa Arthun 0 0-0 0, Brooke Jones 5 11-15 21, Cassidy Keltner 0 0-0 0. Totals: 16 15-28 47.

3-point goals: Bel 1 (Singleton), Man 0. Rebounds: Bel 46 (Holliday 12), Man 33 (Wass 7). Fouls: Bel 21, Man 22. Fouled out: none. Technicals: none.

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Billings West 58, Billings Skyview 45

Butte 63, Dillon 47

Corvallis 42, Polson 31

Deer Lodge 67, Ronan 30

Forsyth 59, Baker 32

Hamilton 46, Stevensville 30

Manhattan 47, Belgrade 21

Shepherd 58, Colstrip 46

St. Regis 43, Hot Springs 32

Valley Christian 56, Two Eagle River 25

POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS

Florence vs. Missoula Loyola, ppd. to Feb 12.


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