HAMILTON -- Florence hit its free throws in the fourth quarter, lifting the Class B Falcons over Class A Hamilton, 47-42, on Monday in a nonconference girls' basketball game.
Makenna Liles, who led Florence with 14 points, was 4 for 5 from the line in the final frame. The Falcons, who led just 30-29 after the third, earned the win with a 17-13 advantage in the fourth.
Autumn Round, who added 13 points for the Falcons (5-0 overall), was 2-for-2 at the line in last period. Florence was 15-for-27 shooting from the free-throw line for the game and 9 for 13 in the last eight minutes.
Hamilton's Reilly Rostad countered with a 3-pointer and five total points in the fourth. She finished with a team-high nine points for the Broncs, who had nine total scorers. Kara Nye hit two from behind the arc to add six points for Hamilton.
Corvallis 64, Stevensville 54
At Stevensville, the Blue Devils built a 34-17 halftime lead that the Yellowjackets couldn't surmount in the second half of a Southwest A matchup.
Calla Halderson scored a game-high 27 points in the win and Emma Warnken added 13 more for Corvallis (2-0 in conference, 3-2 overall).
Stevensville's Makayla Davids scored a team-high 14 points, Haley Kampka added 12 and Angel Richards recorded a team-high nine rebounds. The Yellowjackets, who outscored the Devils 37-30 in the second half, fell to 0-2, 1-5.
Ronan 65, Loyola Sacred Heart 39
At Ronan, Alicia Camel was a perfect 2-for-2 shooting behind the arc and scored a game-high 27 points in the Maidens' win against the Breakers.
Camel finished 9 for 17 from the field (53 percent) and was 7 for 8 from the free-throw line. She also had six steals for Ronan (2-0 in conference, 6-0 overall). Micalann McCrea added 14 more points in the District 6-B win.
Loyola (0-3, 0-5) was led by Tessa Burke, who scored 17 points.
Hot Springs 43, St. Ignatius 37
At Hot Springs, Karly Lawson led eight Savage Heat scorers with 16 points to lift Class C Hot Springs over Class B St. Ignatius.
Lawson had 10 points before the halftime, when Hot Springs (2-2 overall) held a slim 26-25 advantage. McKennzie Cannon, who added 12 points for the Heat, had six at the break.
Karolyna Buck led St. Ignatius (0-4) with 10 points. She scored eight in the opening half.