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Billings Central defeats Billings Skyview

Billings Skyview's Julius Mims blocks a shot from Billings Central's Chrishon Dixon in the fourth quarter Saturday. Central, the top-ranked team in Class A, downed Skyview.

Editor's note: Highlights and top scorers will be updated on the 406mtsports.com website as results arrive from around the state. 

Boys Basketball

Class AA

Brady Martin led with 21 points and Trevor Swanson was right behind with 20 as Helena Capital raced to a 13-point first-quarter lead and  never let up in a 74-51 rout of Kalispell Flathead. Bridger Grovom added 11 points for the Bruins. Gabe Adams with 11 and Brett Thompson with 10 led the Braves. 

Blake Thelen topped four players in double figures with 19 points to lift second-ranked Great Falls (10-1) to an easy 83-37 victory over Butte. Riley Gallery and Drew Wyman each scored 16 and Kyle Torgerson added 11 for the Bison. Great Falls outscored the Bulldogs by double digits in each quarter. Dan McCloskey led Butte with nine points.

Rylan Ortt scored 11 points and his Missoula Sentinel team whipped Class A Ronan in Missoula, 73-29. Terrell Stump paced the Chiefs with seven points.

Connor Murgel pumped in 21 points and Pierce Brown added 16 to lead Helena to its third consecutive victory, 59-42 over Kalispell Glacier in Western AA action. Drew Engellant led the Wolfpack with 15.

Cooper Waters of Missoula Loyola dunks against Bigfork on Saturday. Courtesy Blake Danelson.

Rollie Worster led with 15 points, Bridger Deden added 14 and Abe Johnson had 12 as top-ranked Missoula Hellgate coasted past Genesis Prep of Idaho 65-35 after jumping to a 15-point first-quarter lead. 

Class A

Tanner Goligoski pumped in 24 points, Hunter Omlid contributed 11 and Camron Rothie added 10 as fifth-ranked Hamilton started and finished strong in handing third-ranked Butte Central its first defeat of the season, 55-41. The Broncs led 14-7 after one quarter and then put away the game by outscoring the Maroons by eight in the fourth quarter. Braden Harrington scored 15 and Cade Holter had 10 for Butte Central. 

Sam Gray scored 26 points and Chrishon Dixon and Cade Herriford combined for 27 more to help Billings Central defeat Class AA Billings Skyview 70-59. Dixon finished with 14 points and Herriford 13 for the Rams (12-1), who are the No. 1 team in the 406mtsports.com Class A ranking. Julius Mims and Sam Tranel had 12 points each to lead the Class AA Falcons (7-4). Camron Ketchem added 10 points. 

Tyree Whitcomb poured in 29 points and had eight rebounds, and Rylee Spoonhunter added 15 points to carry No. 4 Browning (13-1) past Libby 56-54 in a squeaker. Ryggs Johnston led the Loggers with 16 points and seven rebounds.

• Frenchtown had a chance to tie on a last-minute shot from 3-point range but missed the mark in dropping a 51-48 home verdict to Dillon, which got 11 points from Michael HaverfieldCade Baker scored 15 points and Zack Baker 12 for the Broncs. 

Kellen Detrick's 18 points led all scorers and Josh Warp pitched in with as Havre triumphed over Class B Hi-Line rival Malta 58-42. Kooper Oxarart had 13, Ben Costin 12 and Kevin Henry 11 for Malta.

Jaden Graham topped all scorers with 27 points and Tanner Trafton added 11 as Lewistown pulled away late for a 51-43 Eastern A triumph over Miles City. The Golden Eagles led 38-36 entering the fourth quarter. Kaden Stradley topped the Cowboys with 21 points.

Dillon Shipp scored 13 points, Sam Hovde provided 12 and Drew Morgan finished with 11 -- including the game-winning 3-pointer with one second left -- as Columbia Falls used a big fourth quarter to rally past Corvallis 48-47. The Wildcats trailed by seven at halftime and eight after three quarters. Caleb Warnken had 15 and Caseon Jessop 12 for the Blue Devils.

• Laurel overcame an early deficit and earned a 64-57 upset win at home over Billings West, which is No. 5 in the 406mtsports.com Class AA rankings. The Locomotives trailed 20-9 after one quarter and outscored the Golden Bears 55-37 the rest of the way, including 20-13 in the third quarter and 24-18 in the fourth. Laurel’s Levin Taylor led all players with 19 points, Gaje Leischner had 13, Colter Bales had 12 and Nick Pasquarello added 10. Cade Tyson led West with 16 points, and Jesse Owens added 10.

Riley Basta scored 12 points and Stephen Steinbron 11 as Glendive slipped past Class B Glasgow 36-31. Alec Boland had 10 for the Scotties.

Class B

Jedi Christy poured in a career-high 26 points, Jacob Hugs added 12 and Wacey McClure had 10 as St. Ignatius romped past Eureka 73-43. Cory Chaney led the Lions with 13. Mission led 21-8 after one quarter. 

• Fourth-ranked Missoula Loyola used its size and athleticism to overwhelm third-ranked Bigfork 68-57. Jack Lincoln paced the Rams with 21 points, followed by Jacob Hollenback with 14. Anders Epperly scored 20 points for the Vikings.

Spencer Lepley scored 17 points and Badger Martin 16 as Shepherd won at home against Forsyth 62-48. Patrick Richardson also came up big for the victors, securing 12 points and seven rebounds. Shepherd took charge early, racing ahead 26-7 during the opening quarter. Michael Lira scored 16 points for Forsyth. Rylan Kuntz added 10.

• Thompson Falls took a six-point lead into the fourth quarter but couldn't hold off visiting Anaconda, dropping a 60-59 heartbreaker. Nathan Schraeder scored a game-high 18 points for the Bluehawks.

Tyson Racht's 16 points led the way for Townsend in a 45-36 win over Manhattan. Townsend led 13-2 after one quarter. Finn Teroso had nine for the Tigers. 

Sayer Patton had a game-high 18 points, Kyler Crabtree added 17 and Kolby Kovatch had 10 to lead Choteau past Jefferson 62-50. Choteau jumped to a 19-9 lead after one quarter. Bryce Harrington topped Jefferson with 13 and Avery Stiles added 10.

Ry Olson and Zayne Songstad each scored 14 points as Joliet outlasted Columbus 48-36. Ty Barta had 13 and Trace Stampfel 10 for the Cougars. 

Noah Bouchard led with 19 points, brother Isaiah Bouchard contributed 16 and Tim Rose 13 for Huntley Project, which used a big second half to rally past Roundup 52-42. The Red Devils trailed 25-18 at intermission but used a 22-9 third quarter to take control. Tanner Rae had 11 and Brigem Dahl 10 for Roundup.

Kell Schwers’ 33 points helped No. 2 Big Timber beat Whitehall 65-42 and improve to 14-0. Blake Finn added 13 points for the Sheepherders, who led 23-13 after one quarter and 43-26 at halftime. Clay Wolfe led Whitehall with 14 points, and Cade Briggs added 11.

Logan Stetzner had 21 points as Anaconda gradually pulled away from Thompson Falls for a 54-35 triumph. Megan Baxter scored 13 points and Jody Detlaff had 10 for T-Falls.

Kingston McLean scored 17 points, Tyren Washington 11 and Journey Emerson 10 as Lame Deer slipped past Baker 55-53 despite 25 points from the Spartans' Caleb Ploeger

Dawson Allen had a big night with 30 points for Fairfield in a 75-34 romp at Class C Belt. Aiden McDaniel had 14 for the Huskies.

Class C

Ken Black Crow Jr. pumped in 21 points, Gilbert Snow added 13 and Jeremy Pretty Paint contributed 11 to help Hays-Lodgepole overcome a slow start and down Big Sandy 84-57. The Thunderbirds trailed 11-6 after one quarter but outscored the Pioneers 20-6 in the second frame and kept pouring it on. Ryan Roth led Big Sandy with 19 points, and was helped by 14 from Brock Proulx and 12 from Crawford Terry

Rod Schaff led with 17 points, Aiden Payne had 13 and Cameron Hickson added 10 for Broadview-Lavina in a 48-45 win over Plenty Coups one night after the Warriors scored 136 points. Marlon Goes Ahead led Plenty Coups with 10 points.  

Charlie Calvert scored 16 points, and Shane Kimmel and Cody Welsh added 11 apiece for Turner in a 44-34 victory over Chester-Joplin-Inverness. Tyler Wanken had eight for CJI.

• Junior Nathan Brown had 23 points and surpassed 1,300 points for his career, and Bridger Kamps added 10 to lead Lincoln over Alberton-Superior 55-42. Danner Haskins had 17 points Carson Callison added 11 for Alberton-Superior.

Josh Herron scored 15 points and Alex Schriver had 10 as 10th-ranked Fairview rolled over Savage 48-20. Sloan McPherson led Savage with 10.

Caleb Bellach led with 14 points, Sam Leep had 12 and Caldin Hill 11 for top-ranked Manhattan Christian (14-0) in a 56-16 stroll over White Sulphur Springs. 

Colt Miller's 21 points were tops and Javonne Nesbit added 14 as Froid-Lake rolled past Culbertson 63-46. Walker Ator added 10 for Froid-Lake. Noah Nickolaff had 12 and Eli Williams 11 for the Cowboys.

Jake Weimer scored 22 points, Riley Gebhardt added 16 and Garrett Spencer offered 15 for Roberts in a 60-32 romp at Fromberg. Carson Nelson had 21 for the Falcons.

Bryce Osksa led six players in double figures with 16 points as Plentywood had little trouble with Brockton in an 86-39 victory. Justin Hendrickson had 13 points, Reese Wirtz 12 and Tyson Flickinger, Logan Hodges and Jaxson Pedersen 11 apiece for the Wildcats. Treydyn Bauer had 11 for Brockton.

Tristan Johnston's 18 points and Connor McNeil's 12 powered No. 8 Park City over Absarokee 60-25. Peyton Langley had nine for the Huskies. 

Ryan Bogden pumped in 25 points and Preston Hagan added 15 as Cascade rallied in the fourth quarter to down No. 9 Heart Butte 53-52. Jamison Young Running Crane scored 15 for Heart Butte, which led 45-39 entering the final quarter. Ethan Grant had 10 for Warriors.

Dylan Parks piled up 31 points in leading Darby to a home win over Two Eagle River. Travis Pierre scored 14 points for the Eagles.

Chance Larson scored 19 points, Cobe Begger added 18 and Tel Lunde contributed 15 to lead Wibaux to a 62-45 victory over Terry after the Longhorns bolted to a 20-2 first quarter lead. Kobe Chaska led all scorers with 22 points for Terry.

Jack Solberg led with 23 points and Keegan Nelson had 10 for Westby-Grenora in a 71-31 romp over Bainville. The Thunder trailed 18-17 after one quarter but limited the Bulldogs to 13 points the rest of the way, including a shutout in the third quarter. Derek Bowker had 10 for Bainville.

Carson McGinness scored 21 points and Centerville needed every one for a 62-61 win over Geraldine-Highwood. Lance Leo added 13 for the Miners. Maverick McKinlay kept G-H in it with 27 points and Brady Duvall had 11.

Corbin Lone Bear led with 22 points and teammate Tyrese Messerly followed closely with 21 for Dodson in an 84-54 romp over Nashua. Shaun Ball put in 19 for Dodson. Alder Morgan's 11 points and Sawyer Sibley's 10 powered the Porcupines.

Jacob Jessen dropped 21 points and Zane Stahl contributed 18 for Winnett-Grass Range in a 54-51 victory over Denton-Geyser-Stanford. Parker Donaldson led D-G-S with 19 points, Jake Solomon added 14 and Dylan Taylor had 10.

Connor Koenig scored 18 points as Charlo cruised to a 48-32 home win over Noxon. Rylan Weltz scored 10 for the Red Devils.

Jake Hughes pumped in 26 points and Nate Konen added 12 to carry Twin Bridges past Drummond 69-48. Jonah Parke had 20 and Riley Allen 17 for the Trojans.

Lane Johnson had 26 points, Greg Whitesell finished with 21 and second-ranked Arlee -- the two-time defending state champion -- raced to a 31-1 first-quarter lead en route to a 91-43 thumping of St. Regis. Isaac Fisher had 12 points and David Haynes 11 for the Warriors (12-1). Caleb Ball had 12 points and Tanner Day had 10 for St. Regis. 

Brandon Knudsen scored 20 points, Tyler Knudsen had 16 and Tyler Carr 12 to lift Hot Springs to a 68-49 victory over Valley Christian. Riley Reimer had 16 for the Eagles, who also received 14 from Eyan Becker and 12 from Casey Reimer

Treydon Brouillette led all scorers with 20 points as Plains outscored Seeley-Swan by six points in the fourth quarter for a 49-44 win. Jake Weyers added 13 and Derick Curry 10 for the Horsemen. Cordell Turner scored 18 and Chance Johnson pitched in with 17 for Seeley-Swan.

• Four players recorded double-digit points totals for Gardiner in an 85-50 win over Harrison-Willow Creek. Luke Stermitz scored a game-high 21 points, Elijah Byrd has 13, Jacob Perius had 12 and Ben Bierle added 11 for the Bruins, who led 23-10 after one quarter, 44-24 at halftime and 69-41 through three quarters. Luke Cima led the Wildcats with 18 points, and Layne Homner added 16.

• Chinook outscored Box Elder 56-28 in the first half and 72-33 through three quarters en route to an 84-40 home conference win over Box Elder. Chinook’s Cord Schneider led all players with 20 points, Reese Elliot had 13 and Isaac Bell added 11. Chris Burns led Box Elder with 19 points.

Jake Mitzel led four players in double figures with 15 points as Bridger rallied in the fourth quarter for a 57-49 victory over Harlowton. Jake Kallevig scored 14 points, Kalen Pospisil had 11 and Colby Zentner added 10 for the Scouts, who trailed 41-40 entering the fourth quarter. James Lane had 17 and Johnny Mysse 14 for the Engineers.

Grady Gonsioroski scored 11 points and Kyler Brown provided 10 for Richey-Lambert in a 50-36 triumph over Circle. Blayne Hubing scored 12 for the Wildcats. 

Zachary Thomas led all scorers with 24 points and Matthew Eike contributed 18 for Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap in its 64-51 victory at Roy-Winifred. Justin Stulc had 21 and Tyler Fordyce 17 for Roy-Winifred.

Garrett Diekhans was a one-man wrecking crew for Fort Benton in a 69-44 whipping of Class B Conrad. Brother Hayden Diekhans had 16 for the Longhorns.

Girls Basketball

Class AA

Paige Aasved had 16 points and Vanessa Walsh chipped in with 11 as top-ranked Helena raced to a big early lead and toppled Kalispell Glacier 43-35 despite only two points from star Jamie Pickens. The Bengals led 15-2 after one quarter. Abi Manger and Raley Shirey had eight points apiece for Glacier. 

• A strong defensive effort, especially in the second half, helped Billings West earn a 45-29 win over Laurel. Willa Albrecht scored 12 points (5-of-6 from the field) and TyLee Manuel added 10 (5-of-11) for the Golden Bears, who are ranked No. 3. Laurel, No. 2 in Class A, received a game-high 14 points from Mya Hansen.

• Helena Capital defeated Kalispell Flathead on the road 63-36 in Western AA action. The Bruins (10-1, 4-1) were led by Dani Bartsch with 14 points followed by Sydney Sheridan at 12 and Emily Kidder and Paige Bartsch scored 11 points each.

Aspen Lovshin led with 16 points and Ally Cleverly added 15 as No. 4 Butte toppled Great Falls 41-25 in Eastern AA play to remain unbeaten. Erin Watt had seven for the Bison.

Bailee Sayler and Perry Paffhausen each scored 11 points for Missoula Hellgate in a 69-26 romp over Genesee Prep of Idaho.

Class A

Kyndell Keller poured in 25 points as as top-ranked Havre rolled past Class B Malta 69-38 for its 38th win in a row. Kadia Miller contributed 14 for Havre (14-0) and Loy Waid added 10 more. Malta’s Kyleigh Schipman led Malta with 13 points. The Blue Ponies haven't lost since the 2017 state tournament.

• Soli Elletson scored 17 to lead Billings Central -- No. 3 in the 406mtsports.com rankings -- over Class AA Billings Skyview 63-38. Melissa Hanser and Olivia Moten-Schell added 13 apiece for the Rams (11-2). For Skyview, Brooke Berry led with 15 points.

Tamika Guardipee led with 10 points for Browning in a 48-23 rout of Libby. Sammee Bradeen and Jayden Winslow each had 10 for the Loggers.

Josey Jones scored 18 points and Ainsley Shipman added 10 as Dillon toppled Frenchtown 40-32. Kiya Shelton had eight for the Broncs.

• Three players scored 13 points -- Katelyn Dickamore, Abbey Johnson and Laren Ryter -- to carry Hamilton past Butte Central and Emma Keeley 52-43. Keeley had 24 points for the Maroons.

Ryley Kehr's 19 points paved the way for fifth-ranked Columbia Falls in a 50-35 victory at Corvallis. Lainie Albright had 10 for the Blue Devils.

Mackenzie Rask's 18 points and Sydney Johnstone's 10 lifted Miles City past Lewistown 56-44. Anna Zimmer led the Golden Eagles with 16.

Class B

• Behind career highs from Sienna Utter (29 points) and Maggie Graves (20), Eureka cruised past St. Ignatius 73-46. Graves also had 13 rebounds as the Lions, who led 19-7 after the first quarter, won their seventh straight to improve to 10-2 overall and 4-0 in conference. Azia Umphrey had 14 points and Addison Arlint 10 for Mission.  

Breanna Rouane scored 17 points, Alexa Rivland had 13 and Morgan Kirch 10 for fifth-ranked Columbus in a 51-39 victory over Joliet. Skyler Wright had 12 and Shayla Weber 10 for the J-Hawks. Columbus led 31-30 entering the fourth quarter.

Emily Poole's 17 points led the way for Huntley Project in a 42-28 win over Roundup. Loran Murphy added 11 for the Red Devils, which pulled ahead with a 15-4 second quarter. Blythe Sealey had nine for Roundup. 

Becky Melcher and Lindsay Hein each had nine points as Forsyth won 47-27 over Shepherd. Jaycee Murdock led all scorers with 15 points for the Fillies. Forsyth led 27-11 at halftime.

Lani Walker scored 18 points and Syd Koppang added 12 for Missoula Loyola in a 53-37 win over Bigfork. Ansleigh Edgerton had 12 and Rakiah Grende scored 11 for Bigfork.

L'Tia Lawrence poured in 33 points and Taya Trottier added 10 as No. 4 Harlem rolled past Cut Bank 72-54. Jada Moore led the Wolves with 12 and Jaycee Frydenlund had 10.

Sydney Prather's 14 points were tops for Big Timber in its 46-38 win over Whitehall. Jada Clarkson had 19 for the Trojans.

Kya Egan led the way with 14 points as Colstrip raced to an 18-4 lead en route to handling Lodge Grass 56-41. Shantell Prettyontop had 15 and Jordan Jefferson 10 for the Indians.

Rachel Van Blaricom scored 19 points to lead a balanced Jefferson attack in a 52-30 win over Choteau. Whitney Durocher had 14 points and Christine Funk 10 for Choteau.

Class C

Sarah Billmayer led with 20 points and Shyan Krass contributed 13 as Turner coasted past Chester-Joplin-Inverness 61-25. Peyton Hawks provided almost all of CJI's offense with 16 points. 

Dasani Nesbit had 12 points, Haley Labatte 11 and Sydney Dethman 10 to keep seventh-ranked Froid-Lake unbeaten (12-0) with a 45-34 win over Culbertson. Froid-Lake led 41-19 after three quarters before Culbertson made a late run. Faith Bowland and 17 and Kelsie Williams 13 for the Cowgirls.  

Jenna Rust was unstoppable with 33 points and Elizabeth Field chipped in with 11 to lead Westby-Grenora over Bainville 60-48. Kiara Brunelle topped Bainville with 16 points and Bonny Krogedal added 13. The Thunder led 19-4 after one quarter.

Mallorey Sheppard scored 19 points and teammate Lexi Feddes contributed 15 for Absarokee, which earned a 43-35 win over Park City after outscoring the Panthers 17-10 in the final quarter. Kasidy Robbins led Park City with 10.

Sephra Covers Up was tops with 20 points as Plenty Coups, coming off a 90-point win over Fromberg on Friday night, trounced Broadview-Lavina 71-15. Lena Stands had 11 and Sylvie Stewart 10 for the Warriors. Makenna Harmon had 10 for the Pirates.

Marni Schieffer led with 15 points, Ceara Miske added 11 and Zayda Grove contributed 10 for Wibaux in a 55-23 romp over Terry. Kayla Holman had 11 for the Terriers. 

Tahtianna Morgan led four players in double figures with 13 points as Hays-Lodgepole built a big early lead and cruised to a 71-31 victory over Big Sandy. Mulleeah Stiffarm, Rayleigh Kirkaldie and Sierra Chandler had 10 apiece for the Thunderbirds. Jaylyn Cline had 18 for the Pioneers. 

• Charlo held Noxon scoreless in the second quarter en route to a 37-18 home win. Destiny Manuel paced the Vikings with 11 points. Delaney Weltz scored nine for the Red Devils.

Casey Ehmann scored 14 points and Makenzie Clarke 12 in Darby's 68-14 home win over Two Eagle River. Tarae Goodluck tallied 11 points for the Eagles.

Megan Marriage had 12 points and 11 players scored for 10th-ranked Plentywood in a 60-29 victory over Brockton. Mikaila Youpee scored seven for Brockton.

Kenzie Pitts led with 15 points and Kimberly Bear finished with 14 to lead Roberts to a 50-20 thumping of Fromberg. Siera Guffey had 13 for the Falcons.

Jessica Adkins' 17 points were a game high and Desiree Jones Scott was next with 13 for Bridger in a 42-17 triumph over Harlowton. 

Kiana Miller pumped in 21 points, Soda Rice had 16 and Haylie Conradsen 12 as No. 6 Savage improved to 13-0 with its 61-19 win over Fairview.

Katelyn Christensen led all scorers with 19 points and had help from McKenzie Cannon with 13 and Sydney Jackson with 12 in Hot Springs' 62-44 triumph over Valley Christian. Kaytlin Kelly had 15 and Morgan Brewer 11 for the Eagles.

Madison Mask had a game-high 20 points and Cassie Green pitched in with 11 for Alberton-Superior in a 47-31 victory over Lincoln. Alexis Cannon and Maggie Jorgenson had 12 apiece for the Lynx.

Dyauni Boyce scored 10 points as unranked Roy-Winifred bumped off No. 4 Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 34-30 in Winifred. Boyce went 6 for 6 at the foul line. Teammate Madeline Heggem added eight points, going 8 for 12 on the line. Roy-Winifred scored 17 points at the foul line. Kristen Vincent had 11 points for H-M-JG. Brianna Bergum scored 10.Roy-Winifred led 25-17 going into the fourth quarter.

Eliana Kuperus scored 13 points and Kelsey Heidema added 11 for Manhattan Christian in a 46-14 rout of White Sulphur Springs.

• Three players scored in double figures as No. 2 Fort Benton handled Conrad 71-17. Lean Gannon led the way with 14 points, and Aspen Giese had 13 and Megan Clark 11 for the Longhorns.

ShaAnn Danelson led with 18 points, Gracee Lekvold added 16 and Kortney Nelson contributed 14 for eight-ranked Scobey (12-1) in a 59-29 romp at Lustre Christian. Kassie Kirkaldie had 10 for Lustre.

Shelbie Jackson had 19 points and Georgia Mortag added 17 to lead Cascade past Heart Butte 54-45. Alia Heavy Runner had 18 for Heart Butte.

Alyssia Vanderburg scored 23 points and Louetta Conko-Camel added 12 to pace Arlee to a 70-33 romp over St. Regis. Emma Hill had eight for St. Regis.

Joelnell Momberg scored 23 points and No. 1 Box Elder remained undefeated with a 74-30 over Chinook. Sarah Parisian and Maddie Wolf Chief both added 11 points for Box Elder (14-0). Kourtney Hanson had 12 for Chinook.

Haley Olson ripped the nets for 28 points to power Richey-Lambert past Circle 59-29. Courtney Herman added 10 for the Fusion. 

Brynn Jolma had 17 points and Tia Stahl 12 for Winnett-Grass Range in a 42-28 victory over Denton-Geyser-Stanford. Cassidy Randel and Adie Woodhall had nine each for DGS.

Morgan Cooper's 16 points led the way as No. 3 Belt had little trouble with Class B rival Fairfield in a 55-18 triumph. The Huskies improved to 13-1.

• Drummond outscored Twin Bridges 19-5 in the third quarter as it pulled away for a 63-48 win. Sydney Phillips had 15 points to lead Drummond, and Sara Kielley added 13. Clancy Phillips had 13 for Twin Bridges.

Josie Thomas scored 17 points and Sophia Darr added 16 for Gardiner in a 61-24 romp over Harrison-Willow Creek. The Bruins raced to a 23-2 lead after one quarter. Rosie Chater led Harrison-Willow Creek with 10 points.

Charlee Yochum had 12 points to lead Custer-Hysham over Plevna 29-24.

20-Point Club

33: Jenna Rust, Westby-Grenora

33: Kell Schwers, Big Timber

33: L'Tia Lawrence, Harlem

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31: Dylan Parks, Darby

30: Hayden Harrell, Cut Bank

30: Dawson Allen, Fairfield

29: Sienna Utter, Eureka

29: Tyree Whitcomb, Browning

29: Tate Elkin, Billings Christian

29: Garrett Diekhans, Fort Benton

28: Haley Olson, Richey-Lambert

27: Maverick McKinlay, Geraldine-Highwood

27: Jaden Graham, Lewistown

26: Jedi Christy, St. Ignatius

26: Sam Gray, Billings Central

26: Jake Hughes, Twin Bridges

26: Lane Johnson, Arlee

25: Kyndall Keller, Havre

25: Ryan Bogden, Cascade

25: Caleb Ploeger, Baker

24: Tanner Goligoski, Hamilton

24: Emma Kelley, Butte Central

24: Zachary Thomas, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap

23: Nathan Brown, Lincoln

23: Jack Solberg, Westby-Grenora

23: Alyssia Vanderburg, Arlee

23: Joelnell Momberg, Box Elder

22; Jake Weimer, Roberts

22: Kobe Chaska, Terry

22: Corbin Lone Bear, Dodson

22: Kobee BigBack, Colstrip

21: Brady Martin, Helena Capital

21: Jack Lincoln, Missoula Loyola

21: Ken Black Crow Jr., Hays-Lodgepole

21: Colt Miller, Froid-Lake

21: Carson Nelson, Fromberg

21: Kiana Miller, Savage

21: Connor Murgel, Helena

21: Carson McGinness, Centerville

21: Tyrese Messerly, Dodson

21: Jacob Jessen, Winnett-Grass Range

21: Greg Whitesell, Arlee

21: Kaden Stradley, Miles City

21: Luke Stermitz, Gardiner

21: Logan Stetzner, Anaconda

21: Justin Stulc, Roy-Winifred 

20: Sarah Billmayer, Turner

20: Trevor Swanson, Helena Capital

20: Maggie Graves, Eureka

20: Anders Epperly, Bigfork

20: Sephra Covers Up, Plenty Coups

20: Madison Mask, Alberton-Superior

20: Jonah Parke, Drummond

20: Brandon Knudsen, Hot Springs

20: Treydon Brouillette, Plains

20: Drew Ouradnik, Billings Christian

20: Cord Schneider, Chinook

20: Colton Collins, Lodge Grass

Swimming

• The Bozeman girls and Great Falls CMR boys won the team titles at the Billings Public Schools swim meet at Rocky Mountain College. The Bozeman girls won nine events, scoring multiple points in seven, for 117 points. Billings Senior was second with 45 and Billings West third with 36. The CMR boys, led by double winner Ben Huotari, won with 81 points. Bozeman was second with 71 and West third with 59. Huotari won the 50 and 100 freestyles. Erin McKinney (200 individual medley, 500 freestyle) was a double winner for the Hawks. Bozeman placed 1-2-4 in the 200 freestyle, 1-2-4 in the 100 butterfly and 1-3-5-6 in the 500 freestyle. Other individual winners for the girls were: Kieran Morton, Bozeman, 200 freestyle; Julia Peterson, Billings Central, 50 freestyle; Sara Guillen, Bozeman, 100 butterfly; Annika Mittlesteadt, Bozeman, 100 freestyle; Katelyn Anderson, Billings Central, 100 backstroke; Julia McMullan, Billings Senior, 100 breaststroke. Michael Van Keuren (200 IM, 100 butterfly) and Brayden Arnold (500 freestyle, 100 backstroke) of West were also double winners. In the 200 freestyle relay, Bozeman edged Great Falls by three-hundredths of a second. Other individual winners were: Jack Leuthold, Central, 200 freestyle; Liam Kerns, Senior, 100 breaststroke.

Wrestling

• Havre defeated Glasgow, 229.5-182, to claim the team championship at the Malta Invitational. Host Malta-Whitewater placed third in the 13-school field with 87 points. Havre champions were Mick Chagnon (103), Cameron Pleninger (120), Lane Paulson (138), Martin Wilkie (145), Connor Harris (152) and Austin Ratliff (205).

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