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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. 


Class A

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.


Class B

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.

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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.


Class C

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.