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FRI., 02-28 BOYS BBALL DIVISIONAL RESULTS

March 1, 2014
Northwest Montana A Conference



 

FRI., 02-28
BOYS
HAVRE 64 BROWNING 61
BELGRADE 49 FERGUS 48
DILLON 59 CORVALLIS 38
STEVENSVILLE 52 BUTTE CENTRAL 48 2OT
LAUREL 50 SIDNEY 35
MILES CITY 44 GLENDIVE 41

 

Beavers chill Blue Devils

Updated: February 28, 2014 at 2:48 pm

By Derek Hendrickson

The Dillon Beavers kept their cool Friday afternoon and defeated the easily frustrated Corvallis Blue Devils 59-38 in Southwestern A semi-final action at the Maroon Activities Center. STATS

Corvallis hung with the top seeded Beavers early, led by the hot shooting for Brigham Parish, but turnovers and 4 technical fouls ultimately led to the wide the margin of victory.

Troy Scott was the main beneficiary of the Blue Devi’s short tempers, as he connected on 7 of the 8 free throws and finished with a game high 18 points despite only attempting seven field goals for the game.

The Beaver’s fierce 1-3-1 zone and tenacious press were unrelenting throughout the game, resulting in Corvallis having almost as many turnovers, 27, as shot attempts, 29.  

Corvallis got off to a strong start as Parish hit 2 of his 4 threes in the first quarter. An even quarter titled in the Beaver’s favor when Justin Ferris was fouled by Jayce Gilder on a last second 3.  Ferris connected on both the shot and the ensuing free throw while Gilder was saddled with his 3rd foul and forced to sit the rest of the first half on the bench.  The play turned a 2 point led into a 16-10 Dillon advantage.

The Blue Devil’s got 2 more triples from Parish in the second, giving him 14 points in the first half and Corvallis appeared poised to hang with the team ranked No. 1 for most of the season in class A.  

That poise quickly disappeared in the third.  Dillon grabbed control on the opening possession when Scott connected on his first three of the game.  On the play Corvallis was called for a foul which kept the ball with the Beavers.  Scott grabbed an offensive board and accounted for 5 points only twenty seconds into the second half.  

Corvallis scored the next 6 points, all on lay ups to pull within 29-24 but Gilder picked up a technical on a jump ball.  Instead of the Blue Devils regaining possession with momentum Scott canned 2 free throws then JD Ferris buried a 3 and the lead was quickly back to double figures at 34-24.

Shortly after Scott drew a charge call on a bang bang play, Andrew Leopold voiced his displeasure with the call and another quick 5 point swing followed the technical as Scott again connected on both free throws before Trae Williams nailed a trifecta and pushed the Beaver lead to 43-28.

The Beavers were never challenged again and were allowed to rest many of their starters and get some of their younger players some divisional experience.

JD Ferris joined Scott in double figures with 10, Brady Richardson added 8, Williams had 7, Justin Ferris pitched in 5, Parker Love had 4, Nate Simkins and Chance Kluesner both put in 2 and Nick Huber tossed in 1 for the Beavers who will await the winner of tonight’s game between Butte Central and Stevensville.

Corvallis struggled to find any scoring besides Parish.  Gilder had 6 as he struggled with his foul trouble. Chaney Waldo put in 5, Alma Powell and Andrew Leopold both scored 4 and Austin Ray contributed a three pointer the Blue Devil cause.  Corvallis will play Anaconda at 9:30 tomorrow morning at Montana Tech.

 

Date: 2/28/2014           Arena:  Maroon Activity Center
12:30 pm                  City, State: Butte, MT                            
 
VISITOR: DILLON BEAVERS (17-2)
                          TOT-FG  3-PT           REBOUNDS  
NO PLAYER               P FG FGA FG FGA FT FTA OFF DEF TOT PF TP  A TO BK  S    MIN
10 Kluesner, Chance     *  1   6  0   2  0   0   1   0   1  0  2  0  4  0  1  14:57
12 Williams, Trae       *  3   4  1   1  0   0   1   4   5  1  7  2  2  0  2  21:26
14 Ferris, J.D.         *  4  10  2   3  0   0   3   2   5  2 10  0  3  0  2  21:26
24 Scott, Troy          *  4   7  1   3  9  10   1   0   1  0 18  0  1  0  2  21:17
52 Richardson, Brady    *  4   7  0   0  0   2   5   2   7  1  8  1  0  1  0  20:33
11 Jory, Tyler             1   1  0   0  0   0   0   0   0  1  2  0  0  0  0   3:07
20 Love, Parker            1   1  1   1  1   4   1   1   2  1  4  0  0  0  1   8:30
21 Simkins, Nate           1   3  0   2  0   0   0   0   0  2  2  0  0  0  0   7:42
22 Ferris, Justin          1   2  1   2  2   3   0   0   0  1  5  2  0  0  3  13:56
23 Turner, Carson          0   0  0   0  0   0   0   0   0  0  0  0  0  0  0   2:52
30 Huber, Nick             0   0  0   0  1   2   0   0   0  0  1  0  0  0  1   2:13
32 Haverfield, Tanner      0   2  0   1  0   0   0   0   0  1  0  0  2  0  0  10:34
33 Ferris, Jason           0   4  0   0  0   0   1   2   3  3  0  1  1  1  0  11:27
TEAM REBOUNDS                                    0   0   0           0          
Team Totals               20  47  6  15 13  21  13  11  24 13 59  6 13  2 12    160
 
Total FG%  - 1st:  8/19  0.421  2nd:  12/28 0.429  Game:  0.426         Deadball
3-PT FG%   - 1st:  2/7   0.286  2nd:   4/8  0.500  Game:  0.400         Rebounds
Total FT%  - 1st:  6/11  0.545  2nd:  7/10  0.700  Game:  0.619           (4,0) 
 
HOME: CORVALLIS BLUE DEVILS (10-10)
                          TOT-FG  3-PT           REBOUNDS  
NO PLAYER               P FG FGA FG FGA FT FTA OFF DEF TOT PF TP  A TO BK  S    MIN
 3 Powell, Alma         *  0   1  0   0  4   4   1   0   1  4  4  2  3  0  1  21:10
 5 Gilder, Jayce        *  2   4  0   0  2   3   1   2   3  4  6  0  6  0  0  16:44
12 Waldo, Chaney        *  2   4  0   1  1   1   3   1   4  1  5  0  4  0  0  14:57
20 Parish, Brigham      *  5   9  4   6  2   2   0   2   2  3 16  0  5  0  2  23:56
32 Leopold, Andrew      *  2   2  0   0  0   0   1   4   5  3  4  0  5  2  0  27:05
 1 Jessop, Chase           0   2  0   0  0   0   0   0   0  0  0  0  0  0  0   3:07
 2 Ray, Austin             1   2  1   1  0   0   0   0   0  0  3  0  0  1  0  21:18
 4 Warnken, Tristan        0   0  0   0  0   0   0   0   0  0  0  0  0  0  0   1:34
23 Jessop, Porter          0   2  0   2  0   0   0   1   1  0  0  0  2  0  0  12:41
30 Bankston, Austin        0   3  0   0  0   0   1   8   9  1  0  0  0  2  0  17:04
34 Powell, Caleb           0   0  0   0  0   0   0   0   0  0  0  0  1  0  0   0:24
TEAM REBOUNDS                                    0   0   0           1          
Team Totals               12  29  5  10  9  10   7  18  25 17 38  2 27  5  3    160
 
Total FG%  - 1st:  6/10  0.600  2nd:  6/19  0.316  Game:  0.414         Deadball
3-PT FG%   - 1st:  4/4   1.000  2nd:   1/6  0.167  Game:  0.500         Rebounds
Total FT%  - 1st:  2/2   1.000  2nd:   7/8  0.875  Game:  0.900           (0,0) 
 
Technical Fouls: BHCHS (0)  
               : CHS (4)  2nd 04:10 20 Brigham Parish, 3rd 05:42  5 Jayce Gilder, 3rd 03:17 32 Andrew Leopold, 4th 06:08 Coach
 
OFFICIALS      : Corey Cutler,    Chris Anderson,   Mike Anderson
ATTENDANCE     : 0
 
SCORE BY PERIODS              1st    2nd    3rd    4th   TOTAL 
              DILLON BEAVERS   16     8      16     19     59  
       CORVALLIS BLUE DEVILS   10     8      10     10     38  
 
Last FG: DILLON BEAVERS 4th-00:27, CORVALLIS BLUE DEVILS 4th-04:37
Largest lead: DILLON BEAVERS by 21 4th-04:54, CORVALLIS BLUE DEVILS by 3 1st-06:06
Score tied: 1 times, Lead changed: 1 times

BOYS Southwestern 'A' Divisonal *******GAME 5 SEMI-FINAL *******

 

Havre …64 Browning …61 (sf)

Havre …17 7 19 21 - 64

Browning …19 16 14 12 - 61

HAVRE - Jerod Boles 2 0-0 5, Nate Rismon 3 0-0 7, Jonathan Faber 0 0-0 0, Dane Warp 12 3-4 34, Jeff Miller 0 0-0 0, Michael Bakke 3 5-6 10, Wyatt Lindblom 0 0-0 0, Jase Kato 0 0-0 0, Kade Rismon 3 2-2 8. Totals: 23 9-11 64.

BROWNING - Brandon Galbreath 5 0-1 10, Joseph Bremner 5 2-3 12, George Hall 3 4-6 11, Joe St. Goddard 0 0-0 0, Clarence McNabb 3 0-0 6, Jake Bell 3 0-0 7, Trevor Gray 4 2-3 11, Emmette Dusty Bull 1 0-0 2, Josh Monroe 1 0-0 2, Sam Croff 0 0-0 0. Totals: 25 8-13 61.

3-point goals: Hav 9 (Warp 7, Boles 1, Rismon 1), Brown 3 (Hall 1, Bell 1, Gray 1). Rebounds: Hav 32 (Bakke 11), Brown 25 (Bremner 7). Fouls: Hav 14, Brown 16. Fouled out: none. Technicals: none.

Laurel boys reach title game for 6th straight year

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Laurel made it look easy against Sidney on Friday at the Eastern A basketball tournament. In what has become a postseason custom, the Locomotives are again in position to win the division title.

Top-seeded and No. 2-ranked Laurel claimed its spot in Saturday night’s championship game with a 50-35 semifinal victory. The win marks the sixth consecutive year that the Locomotives will play for the title.

Laurel (17-2) doesn’t necessarily expect to be in this position every year; it just expects to get better every game. Against Sidney (11-9), the Locos took command with several easy baskets underneath by 6-foot-5 Zac Allen and with scrappy defense that limited the Eagles to 29 percent shooting in the second half.

“We did everything we talked about in practice and covered everything we needed to do,” said Allen, who finished with 20 points and 10 rebounds. “Now we just have to move on to tomorrow.”

Allen scored 14 points in the first quarter, converting six point-blank shots down low. Allen was nearly perfect statistically -- 9-for-10 from the floor and 2-for-2 from the foul line. He also had four offensive rebounds that resulted in six second-chance points.

“Zac has been so consistent all year,” said Laurel coach Pat Hansen. “He’s a big player for us. And he’s active on the rim, on the offensive glass. Not only can he score for us, he gives us extra opportunities throughout the game.”

Sidney closed to within one point after a Colin Moran 3-pointer at 6:17 of the second quarter. But Evan Jones followed with three consecutive 3s, which helped put Laurel up by nine by halftime.

Jones scored in transition to open the third quarter, and Allen scored on an offensive rebound and put-back with 4:10 on the clock to put the Locomotives up by 12, 34-22.

“Allen killed us early. He got a lot of good looks,” said Sidney coach Dan Strasheim. “And those 3s by Jones put us in a hole.

“The thing about Laurel is that when they a lead they’re so darn good hanging onto the basketball. They spread you out so far that no matter what you do defensively they’re intelligent enough that they’re always going to have an open man somewhere.”

The Locomotives shot 46 percent overall (18 of 39), but were at 58 percent (15 of 26) from inside the 3-point arc. They also turned the ball over just nine times.

Sidney was trying to advance to its first Eastern A title game since 2008. But foul trouble on Colin Moran -- who was also battling a left ankle injury -- limited the 6-5 standout to just seven points.

Cade Strasheim paced the Eagles with 10 points. Sidney was just 5-for-17 from the floor in the second half, and finished the game at 37 percent overall.

“Our balance was really good,” Hansen said. “I thought our kids executed and took care of the ball. We stayed under 10 turnovers. I thought early we took some shots we didn’t want to take, but I thought we settled down and got the ball in the right hands.”

Laurel will play either Miles City or Glendive for Saturday’s championship. Sidney will face Billings Central in a Saturday loser-out game at Rocky Mountain College.

Laurel …50 Sidney …35 (sf)

Laurel …16 14 8 12 -- 50

Sidney …8 13 6 8 -- 35

Laurel (17-2) -- Keegan Reilly 0-0 0-2 0, Tyler Thompson 1-4 4-4 6, Taylor Maida 1-8 4-4 6, Forrest Crowl 0-0 0-0 0, Dylan Meccage 0-1 0-0 0, Quinton Holmlund 1-2 0-0 2, Cooper Love 1-4 0-0 2, Hunter Schumacher 1-1 0-0 2, Evan Jones 4-9 1-3 12, Zac Allen 9-10 2-2 20. Totals: 18-39 11-15 50. 3-point goals: 3 (Jones 3). Fouls: 12. Fouled out: None. Rebounds: 27 (Allen 10). Assists: 12 (Meccage 5). Blocks: 1 (Love 1). Steals: 9 (Maida 3). Turnovers: 9.

Sidney (11-9) -- Paul Brannan 3-9 1-2 8, Rylee Peterson 0-1 2-2 2, Cade Strasheim 3-6 2-4 10, Colin Moran 3-9 0-0 7, Tyler Quilling 2-3 0-1 4, Caleb Benson 2-7 0-0 4. Totals: 13-35 5-9 35. 3-point goals: 4 (Strasheim 2, Brannan 1, Moran 1). Fouls: 17. Fouled out: None. Rebounds: 19 (Peterson 6). Assists: 4 (Peterson 3). Blocks: 0. Steals: 2 (Peterson 1, Strasheim 1). Turnovers: 14.

Stevi stings Maroons in double OT

Updated: February 28, 2014 at 8:24 pm
 
Butte Central's Chad Peterson and Stevensville's Chris Lords chase down a loose ball Friday night at the MAC. (Bill Foley photo) Butte Central's Chad Peterson and Stevensville's Chris Lords chase down a loose ball Friday night at the MAC. (Bill Foley photo)

If Butte Central is going to advance to the Class A state tournament, the Maroons are going to have to do it the hard way.

They are also going to have to get some breaks.

BC fell 52-48 to Stevensville in an overtime thriller Friday night in the Southwestern A Divisional tournament semifinals. STATS

The Maroons will play Hamilton at 9:30 a.m. Saturday in a loser-out game at the MAC. Stevensville will take on Dillon for the tournament championship at 6:30 p.m.

The Maroons must win two games Saturday to place third and hope Stevensville beats Dillon in the championship game so BC can challenge the Beavers for a trip to state, which is next week in Great Falls.

Future Montana Tech football player Zach Gavlack scored 19 points before fouling out to lead the Yellowjackets, the defending Class A state champions.

Jared Schultz scored 16, including nine after regulation.

Nate Bolstad scored 13 for the Maroons, who came out ice cold and hit just 5 of 22 shots in the first half. Kale Guldseth scored 11, while Marcus Ferriter tossed in nine.

Date: 2/28/2014           Arena:  Maroon Activity Center
Time: 6:30 pm             City, State: Butte, MT                            
 
VISITOR: BUTTE CENTRAL MAROONS (15-4)
                          TOT-FG  3-PT           REBOUNDS  
NO PLAYER               P FG FGA FG FGA FT FTA OFF DEF TOT PF TP  A TO BK  S    MIN
11 Guldseth, Kale       *  5  10  1   4  0   3   0   1   1  3 11  1  3  0  3  40:14
22 McGree, Connor       *  0   1  0   0  0   0   1   0   1  3  0  1  0  0  0  14:40
23 Peterson, Chad       *  1   4  1   3  0   0   0   1   1  5  3  0  1  0  2  18:14
42 Ferriter, Marcus     *  3  12  1   5  2   4   6   3   9  3  9  0  3  0  0  34:43
43 Bolstad, Nate        *  5  15  0   4  3   4   2   6   8  1 13  3  3  0  3  34:52
 5 Hollow, Cal             1   1  1   1  0   0   0   1   1  0  3  1  2  0  1  14:27
12 Peoples, Danny          0   4  0   3  0   0   0   0   0  0  0  0  0  0  0  20:31
31 Sessions, Dalton        3   5  1   3  2   2   1   4   5  4  9  0  2  0  1  25:30
40 Goodell, Dylan          0   2  0   0  0   0   1   1   2  4  0  0  1  0  0   6:49
TEAM REBOUNDS                                    1   0   1           0          
Team Totals               18  54  5  23  7  13  12  17  29 23 48  6 15  0 10    210
 
Total FG%  - 1st:  5/22  0.227 2nd and OTs: 13/32 0.406  Game:  0.333   Deadball
3-PT FG%   - 1st:  1/9   0.111 2nd and OTs: 4/14  0.286  Game:  0.217   Rebounds
Total FT%  - 1st:  0/2   0.000 2nd and OTs: 7/11  0.636  Game:  0.538     (3,1) 
 
HOME: STEVI YELLOW JACKETS ( 13-7)
                          TOT-FG  3-PT           REBOUNDS  
NO PLAYER               P FG FGA FG FGA FT FTA OFF DEF TOT PF TP  A TO BK  S    MIN
 2 Lords, Chris         *  1   1  1   1  3   4   2   5   7  3  6  0  3  0  1  42:00
14 Coleman, Chance      *  2   3  0   1  1   2   0   9   9  4  5  1  4  0  0  38:49
15 Gavlak, Zach         *  6  10  0   0  7  12   2   1   3  5 19  1  4  0  3  28:12
23 Shultz, Jared        *  6  16  1   7  3   9   0   3   3  4 16  2  5  0  1  35:58
25 Torrey, Bryce        *  1   2  0   0  1   2   1   7   8  1  3  0  2  0  1  31:40
 1 Zeiler, Bo              0   0  0   0  0   0   0   0   0  0  0  0  0  0  0   0:00
 3 Bergman, Christopher    1   2  1   2  0   0   3   1   4  0  3  0  2  0  0  32:20
 4 Omlid, Jace             0   0  0   0  0   0   0   0   0  0  0  0  0  0  0   1:01
TEAM REBOUNDS                                    0   0   0           0          
Team Totals               17  34  3  11 15  29   8  26  34 17 52  4 20  0  6    210
 
Total FG%  - 1st:  7/15  0.467 2nd and OTs: 10/19 0.526  Game:  0.500   Deadball
3-PT FG%   - 1st:  1/6   0.167 2nd and OTs:  2/5  0.400  Game:  0.273   Rebounds
Total FT%  - 1st:  4/7   0.571 2nd and OTs: 11/22 0.500  Game:  0.517     (5,1) 
 
Technical Fouls: BC (0)  
               : SHS (0)  
 
OFFICIALS      : Ed Heard,   Brad Porch,   Russ Hansen
ATTENDANCE     : 0
 
SCORE BY PERIODS              1st    2nd    3rd    4th    OT1    OT2   TOTAL 
       BUTTE CENTRAL MAROONS   2      9      14     16     4      3      48  
        STEVI YELLOW JACKETS   9      10     9      13     4      7      52  
 
Last FG: BUTTE CENTRAL MAROONS OT2-02:13, STEVI YELLOW JACKETS OT2-01:49
Largest lead: BUTTE CENTRAL MAROONS NONE, STEVI YELLOW JACKETS by 12 2nd-04:59
Score tied: 5 times, Lead changed: 0 times

BOYS Southwestern 'A' Divisional ******* GAME 7 SEMI-FINAL *******

Belgrade… 49 Lewistown …48 (sf)

Lewistown -- James Derheim 10, Tre' Bradley 2, Morgan Ray 13, Logan Wilcox 7, Dylan Stenseth 12, Jace Davis 4. Totals: 15 16-21.

Belgrade -- Trevor Mahn 10, Brayden Konkol 7, Brandon Stubbs 4, Koby Ruff 2, Angel Torees 2, Ethan Turner 4, Shiloh Christopher 14, Keldon Lamb 2, Morgan Eitel 1, Baxter Roys 3. Totals: 18 8-13.

Total fouls: LEW 13, BEL 20. 3-pointers -- Ray 2, Mahn 2, Christopher 3.

Warren's buzzer beater lifts Miles City to championship game

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Timmy Regan was the first option. Brac Warren was the best option.

Warren’s 3-pointer as the buzzer sounded lifted Miles City to a dramatic 44-41 victory over Glendive on Friday in the semifinal round of the Eastern A tournament at Rimrock Auto Arena at MetraPark.

The game-winning play was originally drawn up for Regan, a sharp-shooting guard. But the ball went to Warren and he sent the Cowboys into Saturday's title game, where they'll face Laurel.

“I threw it to Connor (Torstenbo), I got by my guy and he found me,” Warren explained after being mobbed by friends outside the Cowboys’ locker room. “I hit it. It’s exciting. It’s been awhile since we’ve been to this spot.”

Earlier on Friday, top-seeded and No. 2-ranked Laurel made it look easy in a 50-35 semifinal victory over Sidney.

In what has become a postseason custom, the Locomotives are again in position to win the division: This marks the sixth consecutive year that the Locomotives will play for the title.

Laurel doesn’t necessarily expect to be in this position every year; it just expects to get better every game. Against Sidney, the Locos took command with several easy baskets underneath by 6-foot-5 Zac Allen and with scrappy defense that limited the Eagles to 29 percent shooting in the second half.

“We did everything we talked about in practice and covered everything we needed to do,” said Allen, who finished with 20 points and 10 rebounds. “Now we just have to move on to tomorrow.”

Miles City 44, Glendive 41

The Cowboys (7-13) haven’t won an Eastern A championship since 1997, and haven’t been to a Class A state tournament since 2003. But they can clinch both with a win Saturday night, and Warren, a 6-4, 220-pound workhorse, made sure they have that chance.

With three seconds left and the game tied 41-41, Warren inbounded the ball at half court to Torstenbo. Torstenbo quickly gave it back to a cutting Warren, who dribbled twice, pump faked, pulled up from the top of the key and drained the shot, inciting a frenzy on the court and in the stands among Cowboys faithful.

“He made a helluva shot,” said Glendive coach Wade Murphy, whose team erased a 10-point third-quarter deficit. “That’s all you can say. I thought our kids battled well. We had the lead. We had a chance to win.”

“For three quarters we were preaching, ‘Just play,’” Miles City coach Houston Finn said. “We looked a little out of sorts. But on that last possession they just played and let it flow. Brac knocked it down. A storybook ending.”

Glendive (14-5) trailed 28-18 early in the third quarter but crawled back to eventually take a 39-37 lead on Colter Bachmeier’s offensive rebound and basket with 4:07 left. Miles City then led by two after a pair of Warren free throws with 1:44 left, but the Red Devils tied it again on two foul shots by Taylor Schwartz with 1:34 on the clock.

Glendive had the ball with 12 seconds left and a chance to win it. But Warren snared the rebound, Finn called timeout, and dramatics ensued.

The Red Devils will play Hardin (8-11) in a Saturday loser-out game.

Warren's buzzer-beater lifts Miles City past Glendive

Miles City …44 Glendive …41

Glendive …9 9 13 10 -- 41

Miles City …18 10 5 11 -- 44

Glendive (14-5) -- Gavin McPherson 1-3 0-0 3, Carson Oakland 0-0 2-2 2, Taylor Schwartz 2-2 2-5 7, Dennis Berg 1-2 0-0 3, Tanner Schwartz 1-4 6-6 8, Colter Bachmeier 2-7 0-0 5, Bryden Boehning 4-10 2-2 10, Jarod Asche 1-5 1-4 3. Totals: 12-33 13-19 41. 3-point goals: 4 (McPherson 1, Tay. Schwartz 1, Berg 1, Bachmeier 1). Fouls: 17. Fouled out: Tan. Schwartz, Boehning. Rebounds: 20 (Boehning 6). Assists: 8 (McPherson 2, Tay. Schwartz 2). Blocks: 3 (Tan. Schwartz 2). Steals: 2 (Bachmeier 2). Turnovers: 8. Technical fouls: Glendive bench; Bachmeier.

Miles City (7-13) -- Gavin Gundlach 1-3 5-6 7, Timmy Regan 3-8 1-4 8, Austin Stradley 3-4 0-0 7, Mathew Blunt 0-1 0-0 0, Brett Keith 1-4 0-0 2, Kyle Collins 0-0 2-3 2, Brac Warren 3-10 7-11 14, Connor Torstenbo 2-3 0-0 4. Totals: 13-33 15-24 44. 3-point goals: 3 (Stradley 1, Regan 1, Warren 1). Fouls: 21. Fouled out: Keith. Rebounds: 27 (Warren 8). Assists: 5 (Regan 2, Warren 2). Blocks: 1 (Keith 1). Steals: (Regan 1, Stradley 1, Warren 1, Torsetenbo 1). Turnovers: 15.

 

BOYS BASKETBALL

Kalispell Glacier 62, Kalispell Flathead 47

Central A at Belgrade

Semifinal

Belgrade 49, Lewistown (Fergus) 48

Havre 64, Browning 61

Eastern A at Billings

Semifinal

Laurel 50, Sidney 35

Miles City 44, Glendive 41

Southwest A at Butte (MAC)

Semifinal

Dillon 59, Corvallis 38

Stevensville 52, Butte Central 48, 2OT

Northern B at Glasgow

Loser Out

Choteau 84, Harlem 68

Conrad 58, Plentywood 53

Semifinal

Glasgow 73, Rocky Boy 69

Malta 55, Fairfield 43

Western B at Hamilton

Loser Out

Eureka 70, St. Ignatius 60

Missoula Loyola 56, Deer Lodge 43

Consolation

Eureka 62, Missoula Loyola 52

Championship

Bigfork 53, Florence 32

Eastern C at Wolf Point

Loser Out

Circle 42, Hinsdale 41

Culbertson 67, Lustre Christian 58

Consolation

Circle 36, Culbertson 33

Championship

Westby-Grenora 50, Fairview 42

Northern C at Great Falls

Loser Out

Belt 58, Simms 43

Highwood 47, Winnet-Grass Range 37

Consolation

Highwood 47, Belt 35

Championship

Box Elder 63, Denton-Geyser-Stanford 30

Southern C at Laurel

Loser Out

Melstone 55, Plenty Coups 54

Park City 64, Bridger 45

Semifinal

Broadus 47, Broadview-Lavina 42

Wibaux 73, Terry 51

Western C at Butte (Civic Center)

Loser Out

Arlee 66, Hot Springs 54

Seeley-Swan 61, Shields Valley 60

Semifinal

Drummond 54, Manhattan Christian 50

Superior 46, Ennis 37

POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS

Great Falls Russell vs. Billings Skyview, ppd.

Great Falls vs. Billings Senior, ppd.

Billings West vs. Butte, ppd.

Northwest A at Kalispell Glacier

Semifinal

Columbia Falls vs. Polson, ppd. to Mar 1.

Frenchtown vs. Whitefish, ppd. to Mar 1.


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