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SAT., 02-15 BOYS BBALL RESULTS

February 16, 2014
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

SAT., 02-15
BOYS
COLUMBIA FALLS 74 WHITEFISH 52*
FRENCHTOWN 80 PLAINS 38
POLSON 50 LIBBY 49*
ANACONDA 37 WHITEHALL 30
BUTTE CENTRAL 72 CORVALLIS 49*
DILLON 56 HAMILTON 40*
FERGUS 71 BROWNING 69*
ROCKY BOY 101 HAVRE 71
BIG TIMBER @ PARK
BILLINGS CENTRAL 81 SIDNEY 58*
LAUREL 53 GLENDIVE 46*
LODGE GRASS V HARDIN
MILES CITY 78 ST LABRE 44

 

Wilson’s buzzer-beater propels Polson past Libby

 

LIBBY – Tanner Wilson nailed a 3-pointer at the buzzer to lift Polson to a thrilling 50-49 win over Libby in a Northwestern A boys’ basketball game Saturday afternoon.

Led by Jared Winslow’s 18 points, the Loggers owned a 44-37 lead entering the fourth quarter. But the Pirates used a 13-5 edge in the fourth quarter to rally past the Loggers, capped by Wilson’s trey. The freshman made three 3-pointers and finished with 11 points.

Andrew Weltz scored 17 points to lead Polson (2-4 in league games, 4-12 overall).

Michael Curtiss backed up Winslow with 11 points for Libby (0-7, 1-16).

Polson 17 9 11 13 – 50

Libby 17 10 17 5 – 49

POLSON – Hudson Smith 5, Cedrick Smith 9, Chris McDonald 5, Andrew Weltz 17, Andrew Curley 3, Tanner Wilson 11.

LIBBY – Jonny Cielak 8, Collin Johnson 6, Isaak Jones 2, Jared Winslow 18, Michael Curtiss 11, Quinn Sullivan 4.

Frenchtown 80, Plains 38

At Plains, John Chapman and Bridger Truett combined for 49 points in the Broncs’ nonconference win over the Horsemen.

Chapman hit all three of his treys in the second half to finish with 26 points. Truett scored 16 of his 23 points in the second half for the Northwestern A Broncs (11-6).

Ryan Ovitt scored 11 points to lead District 7-B Plains (3-15).

Frenchtown 16 20 29 15 – 80

Plains 9 13 12 4 – 38

FRENCHTOWN – John Chapman 26, Quintin Mazzola 6, Chris Delaney 3, Bridger Truett 23, Levi Lind 2, Jordan Moe 7, Bobby Erbaugh 5, Andrew King 8.

PLAINS – Ryan Ovitt 11, Alec Cole 3, Aaron Baker 7, Kyle Revier 7, Trent Brouillette 1, Wyatt Winebrenner 4, Brady Ovitt 5.

Columbia Falls 74, Whitefish 52

At Whitefish, Alex Presnell and Jared Trinastich scored 18 points apiece to lead the Wildcats past the Bulldogs in a Northwestern A matchup.

The Wildcats (6-1 in league games, 13-4 overall) jumped out to a 33-20 lead at halftime and steadily pulled away.

Art Doorn scored 13 points to lead Whitefish (4-3, 9-8).

C. Falls 19 14 15 26 – 74

Whitefish 10 10 11 21 – 52

COLUMBIA FALLS – Alex Presnell 18, Trevor Houston 2, Grant Stenger 5, Jayce Fagerland 6, Austin Kimmet 4, Nakia Alexander 5, Ty Morgan 13, Justice McManus 3, Jared Trinastich 18.

WHITEFISH – Keaton Nicholson 11, A.J. Wetsch 8, Alex Wilson 3, EJ Havens 10, Art Doorn 13, Garrett Anderson 7.

Maroons roll on Senior Night

Updated: February 15, 2014 at 7:45 pm

Butte Central senior Dylan Goodell drills a jumper during Butte Central's 72-49 win over Corvallis Saturday at the MAC. (Jason Silvernale photo) Butte Central senior Dylan Goodell drills a jumper during Butte Central's 72-49 win over Corvallis Saturday at the MAC. (Jason Silvernale photo)

Dylan Goodell made the most of Senior Night.

Goodell was perfect from the field, hitting on all five shots, in a 12-point performance to help the Butte Central boys’ basketball team knock off Corvallis 72-49 Saturday in a Southwestern A game at the Maroon Activities Center.

“It was such a fun game having all the seniors play the last home game,” Goodell said. “It was the most electrifying game I’ve ever played.”

Normally a bench player, Goodell got the start along with fellow BC seniors Kale Guldseh, Connor McGree, Junlin Liu and Nate Bolstad.

It was in the third quarter, though, that Goodell, who returned after missing three games with an ankle injury, was most instrumental. He hit two 3-pointers and scored eight points in the third quarter as the Maroons kicked it into a higher gear and blew the game wide open.

“It was good to have Dylan back. That was huge, that spurt in the third,” BC coach Brodie Kelly said. “It was a really important moment in the game. They were kind of hanging around at the 11-, 12-point mark, and Dylan turned it around for us again.”

After the seniors and their parents were honored in a pre-game ceremony, the Maroons came determined and, as Corvallis coach Joe Jessop said, “shot the lights out.”

BC hit on its first seven shots — including  an NBA 3-pointer by Bolstad — and the Maroons didn’t trail.

Guldseth hit on all four of his shots in the first quarter. He scored nine points and dished out three of his four assists in the first eight minutes.

Goldseth scored a game-high 19 points, leading four Maroons in double figures. Bolstad scored 16, while Marcus Ferriter made a rare appearance off the bench and scored 10.

Bolstad scored seven points in the first quarter, and Ferriter tossed five in the first 8 minutes.

“It was a really good start, especially offensively,” Kelly said. “We could have defended a little better early in the game, but we were matching their points.”

Kelly pointed out that the Maroons got things started with five seniors on the floor for the first half of the first quarter.

“Those first possessions with our seniors in there, I think we scored on every one of them,” Kelly said. “They played together and got some good looks.”

The Maroons led 26-16 after the first quarter and 35-21 at halftime.

BC led 42-29 midway through the third quarter. Then Goodell reignited the BC offense by scoring eight of the Maroons’ next 12 points.

“I just wanted to go out and have a really good game, and I’m glad it was tonight,” Goodell said. “The coach said we need someone to step up, and I decided to be that guy.”

Alma Powell scored 12 points to lead the Blue Devils, who fell to 8-8 overall and 3-5 in Southwestern A play. Jayce Gilder scored 11 points, while Austin Bankston scored seven.

“They’ve got some real scoring potential and they’ve got some good players,” Kelly said. “They’re a tough team, there’s no doubt.”

Dalton Sessions added five points for the Maroons, who also got two from Danny Peoples, Cal Hollow and McGree.

Cole Harper also saw time for the Maroons (14-3, 7-2), who wrapped the No. 2 seed and first-round bye at the Southwestern A divisional tournament.

The crowd favorite — at least in the fourth quarter — was Jiu, the little-used senior who got off three shots but didn’t score. The BC crowd cheered each time he touched the ball.

“He’s probably one of the better practice players we have,” Goodell said. “I’m glad he finally got a chance to play.”

The Maroons have one game left before playing the Southwestern A divisional tournament in two weeks at the MAC. That game is next Saturday at Anaconda.

Goodell, who never played varsity ball until this season, said he’s ready for another electrifying game.

“That’s going to be a lot of fun,” he said, “especially in the Snake Pit.”

CORVALLIS (8-8, 3-5)
Jayce Gilder 4-10 3-4 11, Chaney Waldo 2-4 2-3 6, Brigham Parish 2-7 0-0 5, Andrew Leopold 1-4 0-0 2, Alma Powell 5-7 1-2 12, Austin Ray 0-1 2-2 2, Porter Jessop 0-1 2-2 2, Austin Bankston 2-2 2-3 7, Chase Jessop 1-1 0-0 2, Tristan Warnken 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 17-37 13-16 49.
BUTTE CENTRAL (14-3, 7-2)
Junlin Liu 0-3 0-2 0, Dylan Goodell 5-5 0-0 12, Connor McGree 1-1 0-0 2, Nate Bolstad 6-10 3-5 16, Kale Guldseth 8-12 2-2 19, Marcus Ferriter 4-7 1-2 10, Chad Peterson 2-3 0-0 5, Dalton Sessons 2-5 0-2 4, Danny Peoples 1-5 0-0 2, Cal Hollow 0-2 2-2 2, Cole Harper 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 29-53 8-15 72.
Corvallis         16    5   14   15 — 49
Central           26    9   21   16 — 72

3-point goals — Corvallis 2-9 (Parish 1-5, Powell 1-1, Gilder 0-2, P. Jessop 0-1), BC 6-16 (Goodell 2-2, Polstad 1-3, GUldseth 1-3, Peterson 1-2, Ferriter 1-2, Peooples 0-2, Sessions 0-1, Hollow 0-1).  Rebounds — Corvallis 26 (Gilder 7, Powell 4, Leopold 4, Bankston 3, Waldo 2, Warnken 2, Parish, Ray, P. Jessop), BC 21 (Ferriter 5, Bolstad 3, Peoples 3, Liu 2, McGree 2, , Peterson 2, Goodell, Guldseth, Sessions, Hollow). Assists — Corvallis 10 (Ray 3, Gilder 2, Parish 2, Powell 2), BC 16 (Guldseth 4, Sessions 4, Bolstad 3, Ferriter 2, Hollow 2, Peterson). Steals — Corvallis 3 (Parish 2, Gilder), 9 BC 9 (Ferriter 4, Bolstad 2, Sessions 2, Goodell). Blocks — Corvallis 0, BC 1 (Bolstad). Fouls — Corvallis 12, BC 13. Fouled out — none. Technicals — none.

Dillon …56 Hamilton …40

Dillon …12 21 9 14 – 56

Hamilton …10 8 7 15 – 40

DILLON (15-1, 8-0): Chance Kluesner 11, Trae Williams 4, J.D. Ferris 3, Parker Love 5, Nate Simkins 4, Justin Ferris 3, Troy Scott 8, Tanner Haverfield 6, Jason Ferris 5, Brady Richardson 7.

HAMILTON: Josh Heath 9, Kris Cleveland 17, Teague Blome 4, Brett Huxtable 2, Josh Vander 8.

Rocky Boy …101 Havre …71

Havre …12 15 26 18 -- 71

Rocky Boy …27 23 23 25 -- 101

Havre – Nate Rismon 15, Dane Warp 29, Brian Smith 5, Michael Bakke 6, Nate Korb 2, Kade Rismon 14. Totals: Unavailable.

Rocky Boy – Bubby Gopher 25, Isiah Murie 5, Desmond Parker 13, Lance Parker 4, Junior Day Child 20, Cecil LaFromboise 8, Skyler Parisian 26. Totals: Unavailable.

Total fouls – Havre 8, Rocky Boy 15. Fouled out – None. Three pointers – N. Rismon 3, Warp 4, Smith 1, B. Gopher 7, D. Parker 1, Day Child 1, Parisian 4.

Lewistown …71 Browning …69

Browning …14 16 23 16 -- 69

Lewistown …20 17 12 22 -- 71

Browning – Brandon Galbreath 6, Joe Bremner 9, George Hall 2, Joe St. Goddard 6, Jake Bell 12, Trevor Gray 8, Emmettee Dusty Bull 4, Josh Monroe 20, Scott Ollinger 2. Totals: 22 13-15.

Lewistown – James Derheim 13, Morgan Ray 12, Logan Wilcox 25, Dylan Stenseth 4, Jessey Perry 8, Jakob Plagenz 9. Totals: 20 16-30

Total fouls – Bro 26, Lew 14. Fouled out – Galbreath, Hall. Technical foul – Browning coach MaGee. 3-pointers – Bell 2, Gray 2, Ray, Wilcox, Perry 2, Plagenz.

Meyer sparks win by Central boys

Dillon Meyer scored a team-high 23 points on Saturday in directing Billings Central to an 81-58 triumph over visiting Sidney in Eastern A boys basketball.

The Rams, 9-8 overall and 5-5 in conference, jumped ahead 47-24 in the first half.

Meyer shot 8 of 14 from the field and 6 of 6 from the foul line.

Jacob Hadley added 16 points, including three 3-pointers. Colin Holetz and Larry McCormick chipped in with 10 points apiece.

Bryce Hawbaker had 10 assists.

Sidney, 10-6 and 3-5, received 23 points from Paul Brannon on 9 of 11 shooting. Teammate Colin Moran contributed 15 points and seven rebounds.

Central led by as many as 26 points.

Billings Central 81, Sidney 58

Sidney 17  16  18  58 
Billings Central 23  24  15  19  81 

Sidney (10-6, 3-5) — Paul Brannon 9 1-2 23, Rylee Peterson 0 0-0 0, Cade Strasheim 1 1-1 3, Colin Moran 5 3-4 15, Quinn McGlothlin 0 0-0 0, Brett Norby 0 0-0 0, Tyler Quilling 1 3-4 6, Logan Thiel 1 1-2 4, Caleb Benson 2 3-4 7, Tristan Rohner 0 0-1 0, Brady Bell 0 0-0 0, Kory Halvorson 0 0-0 0, Adam Lake 0 0-0 0. Totals: 19-43 12-18 58. 3-point goals: 8 (Brannon 4, Moran 2, Quilling, Thiel. Fouls: 25. Fouled out: Strasheim.

Billings Central 9-8, 5-5) — Cam Caraveau 1 2-2 5, Holden Ryan 0 0-0 0, Jonah Studer 1 5-7 7, Colin Holetz 3 4-6 10, Micah Holt-Seavey 0 0-0 0, Jesse Byorth 0 2-2 2, Bryce Hawbaker 2 2-2 6, Jacob Hadley 6 1-1 16, Andrew Sterup 1 0-0 2, Dillon Meyer 8 6-6 23, Larry McCormick 3 3-4 10. Totals: 25 25-30 81. 3-point goals: 6 (Caraveau, Hadley 3, Meyer). Fouls: 16.

 

Laurel boys down Glendive, 53-46

LAUREL -- Laurel completed a 10-0 run through the Eastern A on Saturday afternoon with a 53-46 victory over Glendive in boys basketball.

The Locomotives, 10-0 and 15-2, were led by the 14 points of Taylor Maida, who connected on four 3-pointers. Teammate Quinton Holmlund added 11 points.

Laurel led 40-38 heading into the fourth quarter. The Locomotives made 7 of 8 free throws in outscoring the Red Devils 13-8 in the final frame.

Glendive received 12 points from center Bryden Boehning. Colter Bachmeier added nine for the Red Devils, 5-3 and 12-4.

Laurel 53, Glendive 46

Glendive 13  16  46 
Laurel 18  14  13  53 

Glendive (12-4, 5-3) — Gavin McPherson 2 1-2 7, Taylor Schwartz 1 0-0 3, Dennis Berg 0 0-0 0, Tanner Schwartz 2 1-1 5, Colter Bachmeier 2 4-4 9, Austin Orcutt 1 0-0 2, Bryden Boehning 5 2-2 12, Jared Asche 2 4-6 8. Totals: 15 12-15 46. 3-point goals: 4 (McPherson 2, Taylor Schwartz, Bachmeier). Fouls: 20.

Laurel (15-2, 10-0) — Dylan Meccage 0 1-2 1, Tyler Thompson 2 4-4 8, Taylor Maida 4 2-2 14, Forrest Crowl 0 1-2 1, Quinton Holmlund 4 2-4 11, Cooper Love 2 0-0 4, Evan Jones 4 1-2 9, Zac Allen 1 3-6 5. Totals: 17 14-22 53. 3-point goals: 5 (Maida 4, Holmlund). Fouls: 16.

 

Miles City 78, St. Labre 44

St. Labre 13  15  12  44 
Miles City 22  23  18  15  78 

St. Labre — Blackeagle 4, Littlehead 4, Prettyontop 2, McCormick 5, Harris 4, Rides His Horse 11, Yarlott 4, Swank 2, Barlett 8.

Miles City — Gavin Gundlach 14, Timmy Regan 7, Austin Stradley 16, Brett Keith 8, Kyle Collins 8, Brac Warren 19, Connor Torstenbo 4, Bryan Claypool 2.

 

BOYS BASKETBALL

Anaconda 37, Whitehall 30

Bigfork 51, Florence 39

Billings Central 81, Sidney 58

Box Elder 67, Turner 33

Bozeman 75, Billings Senior 65

Broadus 68, Terry 43

Broadview-Lavina 83, Roberts 29

Brockton 82, Richey-Lambert 58

Butte Central 72, Corvallis 49

Charlo 71, Arlee 64

Chester-Joplin-Inverness 54, Chinook 53

Choteau 65, Fairfield 49

Columbia Falls 74, Whitefish 54

Columbus 65, Three Forks 38

Cut Bank 44, Shelby 43

Darby 74, Alberton 43

Denton/Geyser/Stanford 83, North Star 41

Dillon 56, Hamilton 40

Drummond 73, Deer Lodge 52

Dutton-Brady 55, Heart Butte 38

Ekalaka 65, Rosebud 35

Ennis 59, Gardiner 54

Fairview 65, Bainville 27

Frazer 49, Hinsdale 39

Frenchtown 80, Plains 38

Froid/Medicine Lake 44, Culbertson 29

Geraldine 53, Augusta 20

Glasgow 60, Poplar 34

Great Falls Central 82, Valier 43

Harlowton-Ryegate 59, Custer-Hysham 39

Havre 101, Rocky Boy 71

Helena Capital 55, Helena 44

Highwood 70, Centerville 62

Jefferson (Boulder) 66, Townsend 54

Jordan 60, Melstone 53

Kalispell Flathead 66, Missoula Big Sky 55

Laurel 53, Glendive 46

Lewistown (Fergus) 71, Browning 69

Lone Peak 80, Lima 53

Lustre Christian 58, Circle 33

Malta 65, Wolf Point 34

Miles City 78, St. Labre 44

Park City 61, Fromberg 40

Phillipsburg 72, Lincoln 38

Plenty Coups 67, Absarokee 53

Plentywood 58, Harlem 38

Polson 50, Libby 49

Power 63, Sunburst 37

Roundup 67, Winnett-Grass Range 52

Scobey-Opheim 52, Saco-Whitewater 47

Seeley-Swan 45, Victor 33

Shields Valley 83, Harrison-Willow Creek 72

Stillwater Christian 73, Billings Christian 57

Thompson Falls 61, Noxon 37

Troy 64, St. Ignatius 61

Twin Bridges 61, Sheridan 42


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