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• Billings West 54, Bozeman 48: In a sport of two halves, the Hawks flew to a 28-15 first-half lead, solely to have the Golden Bears storm again with a 39-18 second half that propelled them to the Japanese AA title. Cooper Tyson led the cost with 15 factors. Teagan Balfanz netted 13, and Billy Carson and Ben Erbacher tallied 11 and 10 factors respectively. Jake Casagranda collected 14 factors for the Hawks. Rocky Lencioni had 12 and Kellen Harrison 11.
• Billings Skyview 57, Bozeman Gallatin 48: After a gradual begin, the Falcons reeled off a 20-9 run within the second quarter to achieve management and went on to seize third place in Japanese AA, ousting the Raptors. Winter Lonebear had the recent hand, draining 14 factors. Lane Love collected 11 and Ben Howells added 9. Eli Hunter led all scorers with 18 factors for Bozeman. Money Jones and Grant Vigen netted eight factors apiece.
• Bozeman Gallatin 65, Nice Falls 49: Eli Hunter and Jacob Sonju shared scoring honors with 18 factors apiece because the Raptors coasted previous the Bison in a loser-out sport. Zad Rodarte scored 10 factors for Gallatin, which led by eight coming into the fourth quarter. Ashton Platt scored 11 for Nice Falls.
• Billings Skyview 76, Nice Falls CMR 71: Lane Love was on hearth with 36 factors to outduel the Rustlers’ Trigg Mapps (31) and assist the Falcons clinch a state berth. Ben Howells scored 13 and Rhyse Owens eight for Skyview, which trailed by some extent coming into the fourth quarter. Tyler Moore backed Mapes with 15 and Hunter McMann added 10 for CMR.
• Missoula Hellgate 57, Glacier 33: The Knights constructed a 36-15 first-half lead and went on to take the Western AA title in straightforward vogue. Asher Topp and Connor Dick shared scoring honors with 15 factors apiece. Donovyn Headswift scored 11 factors and pulled down seven rebounds. Cohen Kastelitz scored seven factors and had six rebounds for the Wolfpack.
• Butte 73, Missoula Massive Sky 45: Jace Stenson led 4 gamers in double figures with 17 factors, and the Bulldogs (12-10) claimed third place within the Western AA, working away from the Eagles. Cameron Gurnsey had 13 factors, Tocher Lee 12 and Dylan Bache 10. Bo Demarais and Hudson Luedtke added eight factors apiece. Aidan Beard drained 12 factors for the Eagles.
• Butte 79, Helena 64: Hudson Luedtke went off with 31 factors and Jace Stenson had his again with 16 because the Bulldogs eradicated the Bengals. Cameron Gurnsey scored 15 for Butte, which led by 4 at halftime and 7 coming into the ultimate eight minutes. Cael Murgel scored 22, Tevin Wetzel 13, Jaxan Lieberg 10 and Dylan Christman 9 for Helena.
• Missoula Massive Sky 62, Helena Capital 56 (OT): Josiah Cuaresma shouldered the load with 25 factors and 7 rebounds, and Isaiah Reed helped with 12 factors and 12 assists because the Eagles held off the Bruins in OT to safe a berth at state. Carson Towe added eight for Massive Sky. Hayden Opitz and Henry Gross scored 12 apiece, and Joey Michelotti supplied 11 for Capital.
• Malta 61, Wolf Level 57: The Mustangs trailed by 5 coming into the ultimate quarter, then hit the fuel to outscore the Wolves 22-13 down the stretch. Bohdi Brenden led 4 gamers in double figures with 14 factors. Eli Hanson was proper behind with 13, Treyton Wilke had 12 and Stockton Oxarart 10 for the champs. Juliun Benson led all scorers with 17 factors for Wolf Level, together with a pair of three-pointers. Gaige Bushman netted 15 factors and Kraven Silk added 10.
• Fairfield 80, Rocky Boy 48: Deron Lear poured in 17 factors, Tyson Schenk had 13 and Owen Cartwright 12 because the Eagles overpowered the Stars for third place in Northern B. Bryden Batson and Cooper Christensen added 9 factors apiece. Teague Stump dropped 18 factors for Rocky Boy. Joe Standing Rock added 9 factors and Domitri Standing Rock eight.
• Fairfield 73, Poplar 62: Tyson Schenk led the best way with 20 factors and Cooper Christensen did his share with 18 because the Eagles stored shifting by eliminating the Indians. Deron Lear added 11 and Brian Ward 9 for Fairfield. Poplar led by seven at halftime however Fairfield wrested management with a 26-8 fourth quarter. Delray Lilley led all scorers with 27 factors for Poplar, adopted by Walker Burshia with 13 and Kaniel Ricker at 10.
• Rocky Boy 76, Minimize Financial institution 65: Joe Standing Rock had the recent hand with 30 factors and the Stars constructed a seven-point first-half lead on the best way to KO’ing the Wolves. Jayden Gopher scored 15 and Domitri Standing Rock eight for Rocky Boy, which led by seven heading into the fourth quarter. Jaydas Runningwolf scored 22, Damien Burke 11, Jackson Black 10 and Preston Chook 9 for Minimize Financial institution.
• Columbus 55, Purple Lodge 48: Hayden Stefferson poured in 17 factors, Mike Courts hit for 14, and the Cougars completed off the Rams within the remaining stanza to say the Southern B title. Michael Curl added 10 factors and Money Kramer had 9. Walker Boos led the Rams with 12 factors. Calvin Garmin and Jacob Stewart drained 10 factors apiece.
• Lame Deer 66, Lodge Grass 56: Kendall Russell did the scoring honors yet another time and the Morning Stars bolted to an 11-point lead after one quarter on the best way to downing the arch-rival Indians for third place. Frank Flying added eight for Lame Deer, which led by 16 after three quarters and put 10 gamers within the scoring column. Myron LittleLight scored 19, Lance LittleNest 15 and Toby Stewart 9 for the defending state runnersup.
• Lodge Grass 58, Huntley Challenge 53: Lance LittleNest drained 20 factors and Myron LittleLight put dwelling 15 to guide the Indians previous the Purple Devils on the power of a 19-8 second quarter. Toby Stewart added 11 for Lodge Grass, which led by six because the fourth quarter began. Parker Cook dinner scored 12 factors, and Connor Cook dinner and Gage McNiven added 10 apiece.
• Lame Deer 73, Three Forks 53: Kendall Russell had the recent hand with 30 factors and Sage Membership Foot backed him with 11 because the Morning Stars took care of the defending state champion Wolves in a loser-out sport. Aalyias Haugen added eight for Lame Deer, which gained the final quarter 17-4. Sawyer Anderson had a giant finale with 24 factors, Caleb Van Vleet added 10 and Hunter Feddes 9 for Three Forks.
• Lustre Christian 51, Fairview 50: Trailing by three coming into the ultimate quarter, the Lions uncorked a 21-9 rally to overhaul the Warriors and keep their excellent report. Cayden Klatt led the offense with 13 factors. Elijah Lenihan and Jasiah Hambira collected 11 and 10 factors respectively. Hunter Sharbono shot the lights out with 22 factors for the Warriors. Jeff Tjelde netted 12 and Tyler Mortgage eight.
• Plentywood 39, Scobey 24: Noah Murray was tops once more because the Wildcats claimed third place within the Japanese C. Murray scored 11 factors, with Carson Solberg hitting for 9 and Easton Tommerup eight. Likelihood Klein chipped in with six factors. Braxton Wolfe carried the Spartans with a game-high 14 factors.
• Plentywood 53, Froid-Lake 50: Noah Murray led the best way with 19 factors, Carson Solberg added 12 and Easton Tommerup 11 because the Wildcats superior to play one other sport by nipping the Redhawks. Mason Dethman led all scorers with 26 factors whereas knocking down 12 rebounds, and Patton Bighorn had eight factors for Froid-Lake.
• Scobey 62, Savage 49: Braxton Wolfe was tops with 21 factors and the Spartans raced to a 17-point halftime lead on the best way to advancing to the third-place sport with a conquer the Warriors. Braum Handran scored 14 and John Carney 12 for Scobey. Sayer Erickson had 13 factors, Cade Tombre 12 and Hunter Sanders eight for Savage.
• Broadus 38, Melstone 25: Dillon Gee netted 14 factors, and the Hawks outscored the Broncs 23-8 within the second half to take the Southern C title. Marcus Mader hit for eight factors and Josh Rasmussen added six. Bryce Grebe delivered 12 factors for the Broncs. Gage Smith chipped in with six.
• Broadview-Lavina 65, Park Metropolis 47: Williams Sanguins took his flip to guide his staff in scoring with 22 factors, and Kade Erickson backed him with 19 factors, 14 rebounds 5 assists and three steals because the Pirates took third by thumping the Panthers. Hank Tuszynski added 10 factors for Broadview-Lavina, which led by 15 at halftime. Gage Witt scored 17 factors, Garett Harper added eight and Zach Downing had eight factors and 7 boards.
• Park Metropolis 55, Custer-Hysham 46: Likelihood Keating popped in 20 factors, and Gage Witt and Zach Downing supplied 12 factors apiece because the Panthers outlasted the Rebels in an elimination sport. Alex Russell and Layne Duncan every scored 14 factors for Custer-Hysham, and Duncan added 9 assists and 5 steals. Tucker Keith chipped in with eight factors.
• Broadview-Lavina 67, Jordan 42: Kade Erickson (33 factors) and William Sanguins (25) had been a dynamic duo because the Pirates blew open a detailed sport within the second quarter and rolled into the third-place sport. Broadview-Lavina led by 4 after the primary eight minutes earlier than successful the second quarter 23-13.
• Billings West 40, Billings Skyview 35: In a low-scoring sport marked by smothering protection from each groups, the Golden Bears (18-2) edged the Falcons for the Japanese AA title. Brooklyn Pierce tallied 11 factors, and Halle Haber and Layla Baumann got here by with 9 factors every. Alexis Brauer scored 11 factors and Breanna Williams 10 for the Falcons.
• Bozeman Gallatin 61, Bozeman 43: Jada Davis was excessive scorer once more with 17 factors and Karsen Breeding helped with 14 because the Raptors made it three straight over their arch-rivals on the season and earned third place within the divisional by routing the Hawks. Ave Odegard added eight and Gallatin used a 20-7 second-quarter run to take management. Tailyn Black scored 13 and Megan Schell 10 for Bozeman.
• Bozeman 48, Nice Falls 43: Tailyn Black’s 13 factors had been excessive for the Hawks, who rode a 23-11 fourth quarter in rallying previous the Bison in a morning loser-out sport. Megan Schell scored 10, and Avery Burkhart and Lucy Walling eight for Bozeman, which entered the ultimate eight minutes trailing 32-25. Ashlyn Jones scored 15, Dani Senger 10 and Kyasha Farmer eight for Nice Falls.
• Bozeman Gallatin 59, Billings Senior 41: Freshman Jada Davis paved the best way with 19 factors and Jaeli Jenkins backed her with 13 because the Raptors superior to a gathering with arch-rival Bozeman for third place by routing the Broncs. Aspen Evenson added 9 for Gallatin, which led by two at halftime and blew it open within the second half. Lauren Cummings scored 17 and Viennah Meyer 12 for Senior.
• Kalispell Flathead 46, Missoula Hellgate 45: In a wire-to-wire slugfest, the Bravettes gained the AA championship behind 13 factors from Kennedy Moore and 12 from Maddy Moy. Moore hauled in a team-high eight rebounds and blocked 4 pictures. Avery Chouinard and Celie VandenBosch netted eight factors apiece. Alex Covill led Hellgate with 16 factors and 10 boards, and Chloe Larsen had 13 factors and eight rebounds.
• Missoula Massive Sky 43, Missoula Sentinel 39: In a case of deja vu, Kadynce Couture scored 21 factors for the second straight sport Saturday and the Eagles scored 43 factors once more, this time to slide previous the Spartans for third place. Avory DeCoite was No. 2 on Massive Sky’s scoring record once more as nicely, netting 10 to assist her staff erase a 13-point halftime deficit with a 14-3 third quarter. Olivia Huntsinger scored 10 and Emily McElmurry 9 for Sentinel, and Kassidy Kirgan supplied 10 rebounds. Each groups qualify for the State AA match subsequent week in Butte.
• Missoula Massive Sky 43, Butte 37: Kadynce Couture was tops with 21 factors and Avory DeCoite added 12 because the Eagles rallied to win a loser-out slugfest with the Bulldogs after falling behind by six after one quarter. Massive Sky led by two at halftime and one after three quarters. Cadence Graham scored 10 and Emmarie Richards eight for Butte.
• Missoula Sentinel 55, Helena 51: Olivia Huntsinger scored 15 factors and the Spartans stored their season alive by edging the Bengals. Lilly Allen scored 11 factors and grabbed eight boards, and Emily McElmurry added 10 factors for Sentinel, which gained the fourth quarter 18-13. Alex Bullock had 16 factors and 16 rebounds to maintain Helena in it. Ashley Koenig and Madi Todorovich added eight factors apiece.
• Laurel 74, Columbia Falls 45: Sannah Windy Boy paced a balanced offense with 17 factors and the Locomotives steamed to a 13-point lead after one quarter to prime the Wildkats for a berth within the state match subsequent week in Bozeman. Alyse Aby and Kaitlyn Dantic chipped in with 12 factors every for Laurel, which gained the second half 48-28. Hope McAtee scored 15 and Alanis Peterson eight in Columbia Falls’ season finale. Laurel was the No. 4 seed from the Japanese A, the Wildkats No. 5 from Western A.
• Huntley Challenge 69, Massive Timber 61: The Purple Devils (21-2) took the Southern B title behind a staggering 43 factors from Paige Lofing. Maddison Akins hit for 10 factors and Rebecca Middleton added 5. Kameryn Ketcham led the Herders (21-2) with 19 factors. Bailey Finn collected 16 and Laney Ketcham 12.
• Columbus 45, Baker 42: In a sport that was tight from begin to end, Katelyn Hamilton scored 12 factors and Paige Lethert 10 to guide the Cougars previous the Spartans for third place. Izzy Gurie added eight for Columbus. The 2 groups had been tied 25-all at halftime earlier than the Cougars took a six-point lead into the ultimate quarter. Hope Gonsioroski, Kyal Hadley and Harlee Graham all had eight factors for Baker. Excessive-scoring freshman Madison O’Connor was held to 5. Each groups qualify for subsequent week’s state match in Nice Falls, Columbus for the third consecutive season.
• Baker 54, Shepherd 48: Madison O’Connor was the go-to participant once more with 15 factors and Jocelyn Graham had her again with 12 because the Spartans qualilfied for his or her first berth at state in 12 years by outlasting the Fillies. Kyal Hadley added 9 factors and Hope Gonsioroski eight for Baker, which led by 4 after the primary quarter and maintained arm’s size. Wilhelmina Wenz scored 16, Aubrey Allison 10 and Hailey Dennison eight for Shepherd.
• Columbus 33, Manhattan 32: Natalie Gairrett scored 12 factors and the Cougars held off a late Tigers surge for a nail-biter win and a berth within the third-place sport. Katelyn Hamilton helped with eight factors for Columbus, which led by seven coming into the fourth quarter. Gracie Millimen scored 11 and Morgan Pavlik eight for Manhattan.
• Roberts 64, Ekalaka 54: Taylee Chirrick had a triple-double with 24 factors, 14 rebounds and 10 assists, and the Rockets closed out the Bulldogs with a 16-9 fourth quarter to take dwelling the Southern C title. TJ Chirrick knocked down 15 factors and Hailey Croft netted 11. Bentley Bertolino contributed eight factors. Nasya O’Connor buried 20 factors for the Bulldogs. Heidi Labree tallied 13 factors and Kendra Tooke eight.
• Melstone 56, Broadus 46: Koye Rindal had a giant afternoon with 20 factors and Avery Eike customary 12 factors and 7 rebounds because the Broncs took third with a decisive second half towards the Hawks. Emma Myhre had 9 factors and 9 rebounds, and Maggie Eike added eight factors for Melstone, which trailed by three at intermission. Mia Mader had 17 factors and 7 boards, Zeason Schaffer added 14 factors and 9 rebounds, and Ciara McDowell had 10 factors for Broadus. Melstone earlier moved into the third-place sport by defeating Jordan 59-54.
• Broadus 56, Broadview-Lavina 55: Mia Mader led with 17 factors and 7 boards, and Emma Isaacs and Zeason Schaffer every added 15 because the Hawks held off a fourth-quarter Pirates rally to maneuver into the third-place sport. Broadus led 46-39 coming into the ultimate eight minutes. Hailey Fiske had one other enormous sport with 27 factors and 17 rebounds for Broadviewi-Lavina.
43: Paige Lofing, Huntley Challenge
36: Lane Love, Billings Skyview
33: Kade Erickson, Broadview-Lavina
31: Hudson Luedtke, Butte
31: Trigg Mapes, Nice Falls CMR
30: Joe Standing Rock, Rocky Boy
30: Kendall Russell, Lame Deer
27: Hailey Fiske, Broadview-Lavina
27: Delray Lilley, Poplar
26: Mason Dethman, Froid-Lake
25: Josiah Cuaresma, Missoula Massive Sky
24: Sawyer Anderson, Three Forks
24: Taylee Chirrick, Roberts
25: William Sanguins, Broadview-Lavina
22: Jaydas Runningwolf, Minimize Financial institution
22: Hunter Sharbono, Fairview
22: William Sanguins, Broadview-Lavina
21: Kadynce Couture, Missoula Massive Sky
21: Braxton Wolfe, Scobey
21: Kadynce Couture, Missoula Massive Sky
20: Likelihood Keating, Park Metropolis
20: Nasya O’Connor, Ekalaka
20: Lance LittleNest, Lodge Grass
20: Tyson Schenk, Fairfield
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