• Jesse Owens scored 35 points and visiting Billings West outlasted Butte 78-71 in two overtimes for an elusive road victory. No. 3 West (10-6) is 7-1 at home, but just 3-5 on the road. Owens, who knocked down four 3-pointers, scored 24 of his points in the second half and overtime periods. "He was pretty hot," West coach Kelly Darragh said. "He shot 70 percent from the field and 3-point line. It wasn't 35 points on a lot of shots. He also had a lot of assists, so he had a hand in a lot of our points." Cade Tyson backed Owens with 17 points. Clay Ferguson led Butte with 21 points. Danny McCloskey added 19.
• Blake Thelen had 20 points and seven rebounds as second-ranked Great Falls won at Billings Senior 63-56 in Eastern AA play. The Bison improved to 8-2 in conference and 13-3 overall. The Broncs dropped to 1-15 overall. Besides Thelen's exploits, teammate Drew Wyman contributed 15 points and seven rebounds. Kyle Torgerson chipped in with 14 points and five assists.
• Deion Mad Plume had a career night with 27 points, Tyree Whitcomb contributed 14 and Derek Sharp added 10 as third-ranked Browning raced to a 19-3 first-quarter lead and never let up in a 78-50 romp over Polson for the district championship in Whitefish. Robin Erickson had 14 points and Colton Graham 11 for the Pirates.
• Ryggs Johnston was red hot with 34 points and JJ Davis had 11 to lead Libby to third place with a 65-59 overtime triumph over host Whitefish. Dillon Botner scored 22 and Lee Walburn had 15 for Whitefish, which entered the fourth quarter with a 10-point lead.
• Lee Walburn was nearly unstoppable with 30 points, Dillon Botner added 14 and Ryan Kemm had 13 for host Whitefish in a 72-65 overtime loser-out triumph over Ronan. Anthony Camel had 18, Dallas Durheim 14 and Bubba Bush 11 for Ronan.
• Libby topped Columbia Falls in the other consolation semifinal 65-61 behind 20 points from Keith Johnson. Ryggs Johnston added 15. Sam Hovde led Columbia Falls with 22.
• Hunter Omlid pumped in 24 points and Tanner Goligoski and Trey Searle chipped in with 10 apiece to lead Hamilton to a 54-52 win over host Butte Central and the district championship in Butte. Cade Holter scored 14 and Braden Harrington 13 for the Maroons, who led 30-24 at halftime and by as many as eight in the third quarter.
• Devin Shelton scored 15 points and Cade Baker 11 as Frenchtown rolled to a 59-44 rout of Stevensville. Colby Meeds had 17 points and Devlin Sherman 16 for Stevi.
• Jace Fitzgerald led with 20 points but he had plenty of help from Michael Haverfield (18 points) and Cole Truman (13) as Dillon coasted past Corvallis 44-22 in a loser-out game. Caleb Warnken finished with 15 and Caseon Jessop 11 for the Blue Devils.
• It wasn't easy, but top-ranked and defending state champion Hardin finished a 17-1 regular season by downing Lewistown 66-52 in Eastern A play. Kidd Littlelight scored 16 points, Famous Lefthand had 15 and Gabe Passes 13 for the Bulldogs, who led only 38-36 after three quarters. Little Light shot 4 of 7 from 3-point range. Tanner Trafton had 19 points and Jaden Graham 13 for the Golden Eagles.
• Brendon Johnson and Sage McMinn scored 14 points apiece and nine players overall scored for Livingston, which romped past Belgrade 65-44 in an Eastern A finale despite falling behind 19-8 after one quarter. The Rangers outscored the Panthers 50-14 in the second half. Easton Page scored 20 and Tate Bowler had 10 for Belgrade.
• Frankie Bacon led all scorers with 20 points as Rocky Boy took the division crown with a 56-53 win over Fairfield at Shelby. Keeley Bake led with 16 points, and Gavin Mills and Conner Murray provided 10 apiece to lead Fairfield.
• Future Carroll College guard Sayer Patton finished off a huge day -- he had 68 points in two games -- with 33 to lead No. 10 Choteau over host Shelby 60-48 for third place in District 1B and a berth in next week's divisional tournament. Kyler Crabtree had 11 for the Bulldogs. Tanner Parsons scored 22 to lead Shelby.
• Sayer Patton poured in 35 points as Choteau advanced to a third-place showdown with host Shelby by routing Cut Bank 73-42 in District 1B play. Patton hit five 3-pointers and all four of his free throws. Kyler Crabtree and Acton Snyder added 11 apiece for the Bulldogs. Hayden Harrell scored 15 and Devin Gobert 11 for Cut Bank.
• Tanner Parsons scored 17 points and Logan Leck added 12 to lead host Shelby over Conrad in a 1B loser-out game. Nolan Taule had 15 and Kade Harwood 11 for Conrad, which trailed by 17 points entering the fourth quarter.
• Eighth-ranked Poplar earned the title with a back-and-forth 71-69 win over Wolf Point for the championship. The Wolves went ahead 46-45 through three quarters, but Poplar outscored them 26-23 in the fourth. Kenny Smoker led Poplar with 19 points, Wilfred Lambert had 17, Wynn Main had 11 and Darryl Joe added 10 points and 10 rebounds.Wolf Point’s Joseph Williamson led all players with 23 points and grabbed nine rebounds, and teammates Lance. St. Germaine and Logan Heser (eight rebounds) each had 17 points.
• Host Glasgow doubled up Malta 48-24 to earn third place. Glasgow’s Kobe Sibley led all players with 16 points, and Alex Boland added 12. Rhett Simanton led Malta with 10 points.
• The three-headed monster of Kobee Big Back (26 points), Kellen Big Head (20) and JT Baer (18) produced all but five of host Colstrip's points as the top-ranked Colts remained unbeaten with a 69-59 triumph over No. 6 Lodge Grass for the district crown. Damon Grovon scored 14 and Ty Moccasin 12 for the Indians.
• Bernadine Fisher’s pumped in 20 points to lead St. Labre over Lame Deer in the third-place game at Colstrip. Brian Red Star chipped in 17 points and Evan Pretty Weasel added 10 for the Braves. Lame Deer freshman Journey Emerson had a game-high 24 points and Kingston McLean contributed 18.
• Isaiah Bouchard scored 16 points and brother Noah Bouchard was right behind with 14 to lead Huntley Project to the championship at Columbus with a 45-41 squeaker over Joliet. Ry Olson scored 16 for the J-Hawks.
• Trey Allen led four players in double figures with 15 points as Red Lodge used a big second half to down Roundup 56-50 in the third-place game. Kaden Myrstol and Corby Mann had 12 apiece and Austin Heimer 10 for the Rams, who outscored the Panthers 37-22 in the final 16 minutes. Chris Bradley and Tanner Rae each scored 15 for Roundup.
• Tanner Rae scored 17 points and Chris Bradley 11 as Roundup moved into a third-place game against Red Lodge with a 45-39 win. Trey Stampfel was a one-man show with 22 points for the Cougars.
• Kaden Myrstol and Corby Mann led with 12 points apiece as Red Lodge survived Shepherd 48-40 in an elimination game. Spencer Lepley had 13 points for the Mustangs.
• Undefeated and No. 2-ranked Big Timber won the title in Belgrade by beating Three Forks 54-50 in overtime. Kell Schwers led the Sheepherders with 19 points. Teammate Ethan Bullock provided 14 points and five rebounds. Payden Lynn sparked the Wolves with 17 points. Colter Miller provided a double-double of 16 points and 10 rebounds.
• Avery Stiles scored 16 points, Jaxon Yanzick added 13 and Bryce Harrington 10 to lead Jefferson to third place with a 50-35 rout of Whitehall. Cade Briggs led the Trojans with 14 points and Clay Wolfe had 10.
• Bryce Harrington led all scorers with 14 points and it was enough for Jefferson to fend off Manhattan 42-39 in a loser-out game. Caden Holgate and Jaden Pierce had 10 apiece for the Tigers.
• Lucas Vanderburg scored 19 points, Wacey McClure had 15 and Jacob Hugs 14 as St. Ignatius routed Stillwater Christian 80-30 in a regular-season finale. Connor Drish had 13 for Stillwater Christian.
• Clayton Reichenbach had 19 points, and Colton Reichenbach and Logan Gilliard added 12 apiece as fifth-anked Bigfork closed its regular season with a 60-38 romp over Thompson Falls. Ryan Schraeder had 10 for T-Falls.
• Aidan Fishall, Jayce Tande and Martin Farver combined for 39 points as Scobey downed Lustre Christian 68-23 in the championship game in Wolf Point. Fishall led the way with 16 points, followed by Tande (12) and Farver (11). The Spartans were up 25-8 after one quarter. Zach Brown led Lustre Christian with 12 points.
• Loden Idler and Dustin Ostrom led balanced Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale with 12 points each in a 71-29 romp over Frazer in a 3C loser-out game at Wolf Point. Jesse Lee added 11 points for S-W-H. Keenin Ackerman led Frazer with 12.
• Corbin Lone Bear was a one-man wrecking crew with 26 points and Shaun Ball added 18 to lift Dodson over Nashua 61-52 in an elimination game. Ethan Viste had 10 for Nashua.
• Melstone defeated Wibaux 55-42 for the championship in Miles City.
• Beau Kuhbacher had a career day with 26 points and Broadus rallied in the second half against Terry for a 60-57 elimination win in Miles City. Tayden Gee had 17 for Broadus, which trailed 25-18 at halftime. Abe Smith had 22 for the Terriers, who also received 12 points from Wes Braddock and 10 from Kobe Chaska.
• Julian Glenn scored 16 points, Clarence Stewart added 15 and Kevion Ladson had 13 as Plenty Coups sprinted to a 20-point first-quarter lead and held on to outlast Park City 70-63 for the district championship. After falling behind 25-5, the Panthers pulled to within seven points at halftime and six after three quarters. Austin Popp had 18 for Park City, followed by Garrett McMillan with 17 and Connor McNeil with 12.
• Jake Kallevig finished off a 52-point overall day with 22 to lead Bridger over Broadview-Lavina 48-37 for third place at Huntley Project. Bridger outscored the Pirates 18-9 in the third quarter to create separation. Cameron Hickson had 11 and Rod Schaff 10 for Broadview-Lavina.
• Rod Schaff's 20 points were the key for Broadview-Lavina in a 43-25 elimination triumph over Reed Point-Rapelje. Tristan Gieser had 10 for the Renegades.
• Jake Kallevig was on fire with 30 points and Baylor Pospisil added 10 for Bridger in a 56-41 loser-out win over Harlowton. Johnny Mysse had 13 and James Lane 12 for the Engineers.
• Roy-Winifred knocked off Belt 38-35 to win the district crown in Lewistown.
• Charlie Keith scored 17 points and Winnett-Grass Range needed every one to slip past Geraldine-Highwood in an elimination game Maverick McKinlay led the Rivals with 20. Brady Duvall had 12.
• Dylan Taylor had 17 points and Parker Donaldson 15 as Denton-Geyser-Stanford fended off elimination with a 57-39 toppling of Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap. Zachary Thomas had eight for H-M-JG.
• Hunter Neibauer led four players in double figures as Chinook remained perfect on the season with a 68-40 drubbing of Fort Benton for the district championship. Isaac Bell and Cord Schneider added 14 apiece and Brendon Edwards 11 for the Sugarbeeters. Damon Bird led with 15 points and Hayden Diekhans had 14 for the Longhorns.
• Ken Black Crow Jr. scored 17 points, and Jeffrey Pretty Paint and Gilbert Snow added 14 points as Hays-Lodgepole held off a late rally from North Star for a 68-63 win and third place at Havre. Caden Rettig scored 17 points, Payne Ditmar 13 and Bailey Spicher 10 for North Star.
• Bailey Spicher had 19 points, Hayden Massar 18 and Caden Rettig 13 as North Star fended off elimination with a 64-61 elimination win over Turner. Cody Welsh had 24 for the Tornadoes, who also received 14 from Shane Kimmel and 10 from Tracer Hellig.
• Jeffrey Pretty Paint scored 16 points, Ken Black Crow Jr. had 13 and Deshon Shambo contributed 11 as Hays-Lodgepole moved into a third-place game against North Star by toppling Big Sandy 90-61. Ryan Roth led the Pioneers with 20.
• Heart Butte used a fourth-quarter rally to win the district crown 60-56 over Great Falls Central. The Mustangs had an 11-point lead after three quarters, but Heart Butte outscored GFC 21-6 in the fourth. Jamison Young Running Crane led Heart Butte with 24 points and Wendell Main added 15. Wyatt Walter scored 20 for Great Falls Central.
• Mike Buckley topped all scorers with 20 points and Cody Smith finished with 11 to guide Sunburst to third place with a 51-41 victory over Power. Brady Smelser and Gaige Blackwell had 10 apiece for Power.
• Cody Smith scored 19 points, Stanley Jarvis 16 and Mike Buckley 13 for Sunburst to offset 21 from Preston Hagan of Cascade in Sunburst's 65-61 loser-out win. James Lewis had 12 points and Ryan Boden 10 for the Badgers.
• Caleb Bellach remained hot with 31 points, Sam Leep had 19 and Josiah Amunrud added 14 as top-ranked and unbeaten Manhattan Christian held court with a 78-43 rout of Gardiner for the championship. Clancy Thomas scored 15 for the Bruins.
• Shaw Davis scored 18, Bill Hanson 13 and Sam Davis 11 for White Sulphur Springs in a 57-54 double-overtime win over West Yellowstone for third place at Churchill. Nathan Morse poured in 27 points for West Yellowstone.
• Alex Norvark scored 17 points to lead four players in double figures as White Sulphur Springs rode a big second quarter en route to a 65-51 triumph over Shields Valley in loser-out play. Knute Hereim scored 15, Sam Davis 12 and Shaw Davis 10 for the Hornets, who outscored the Rebels 23-10 in the second frame. Dylan Flatt had 14, Jack Marshall 12 and Emmett Gilbert 10 for Shields Valley.
• Parker Young pumped in 20 points, Nathan Morse added 14 and Mac Hauck had 12 for West Yellowstone in a loser-out victory over Lone Peak. Cole March scored 17 points, Kolya Bough 13 and Frankie Starz 12 for the Bighorns.
• Daniel Kruer and Nate Konen scored 14 points apiece to propel Twin Bridges to the district crown with a 49-39 victory over Drummond in Dillon. The Falcons raced to an 18-6 lead after one quarter. Jonah Parke had 15 points for the Trojans.
• Kurt Funston paved the way with 17 points, Brand Ostler added 14 and Trevor Swanson had 12 to lead Ennis to third place with a 63-37 pounding of Philipsburg. Brian Ward had 14 and Kade Cutler 13 for the Prospectors.
• Trevor Swanson was high man with 22 points and led four players in double figures as Ennis stayed alive with a 63-42 loser-out victory over Lima. Brand Ostler had 13 points, Ian Swanson 11 and Kurt Funston 10 for the Mustangs. Reese Duck led Lima with 14, followed by Peyton Haws at 11.
• In an elimination game, Philipsburg spread the wealth in downing Sheridan 58-36 to earn a shot at Ennis for third place. Kade Cutler scored 11 and Daniel Brabender 10 for the Prospectors. Kaiden Batzler and Jack Gilman had seven apiece for the Panthers.
• Brandon Winters scored 17 points, Dylan Parks added 16 and Nelson Smith 13 as Darby topped Seeley-Swan 65-38 at Frenchtown for its first district championship in 28 years. Owen Mercado had 14 for Seeley-Swan, which faces Alberton-Superior in a challenge game Monday.
• Alberton-Superior topped Valley Christian 52-46 to move on to the consolation finals. Bryan Mask scored 18 points for Alberton-Superior and Danner Haskins and Carson Callison each added 12. Casey Reimer scored 26 points to lead Valley Christian.
• Greg Whitesell had the hot hand with 28 points, Isaac Fisher added 17 and Billy Fisher had 13 as No. 2 Arlee raced past Charlo 80-49 for the championship. The Warriors, two-time defending state champs, led 22-6 after one quarter and put the game away with a 25-9 fourth quarter. Landers Smith led the Vikings with 17 points.
• TyLee Manuel was 11-for-11 from the floor and finished with 25 points as No. 3 Billings West cruised past No. 4 Butte 65-32 to take over sole possession of first place in the Eastern AA. West, which lost at Butte earlier this season, led by as many as 40 points early in the fourth quarter to initiate a running clock. Willa Albrecht added nine points for the Golden Bears (15-1, 9-1), who had 12 steals, several of which led to easy baskets. Aspen Lovshin scored 14 points to lead Butte (13-3, 8-2).
• Paige Bartsch led with 14 points and Emily Kidder added 11 as second-ranked Helena Capital staked its claim to the top spot in the Class AA rankings with a 41-32 win over Kalispell Glacier, which knocked off top-ranked and previous No. 1 Helena on Friday night. Ellie Keller scored 11 for the Wolfpack in the Western AA matchup.
• Jamie Pickens scored 15 points, Payton Aasved had 12 and Paige Aasved contributed 11 as No. 1 Helena rebounded from its first defeat of the season with a 53-37 triumph over Kalispell Flathead in a Western AA game. Taylor Henley had 12 points and Jenna Johnson 11 for the Bravettes.
• Jorgie Hawthorne scored a game-high 12 points as Great Falls beat visiting Billings Senior 43-37 in an Eastern AA game. Teammates Hadlee Bleskin and Ryen Palmer added nine points apiece for the winning Bison (5-11, 5-5). Jensen Keller tallied 10 points for the Broncs (5-11, 4-6). Ellie Ostermiller finished with eight.
• Lexi Deden pumped in 24 points to propel Missoula Sentinel over crosstown rival Missoula Big Sky 54-31 in Western AA action. Corbyn Sandan topped Big Sky with seven.
• Ryley Kehr scored 19 points and Trista Cowan 14 as No. 4 Columbia Falls downed No. 5 Browning 55-49 to win the championship in Whitefish. Danaiya Polk scored 14 points and Dulci Skunkcap added 10 for the Runnin' Indians.
• Tiana Ulutoa had the big game with 16 points and Regan Clairmont added 10 as Ronan advanced to a third-place game with its 49-35 triumph over host Whitefish. Marlee Bender's 10 points topped Whitefish.
• Libby defeated Polson in a consolation semifinal 49-34 as Jayden Winslow scored 17 points, Sammee Bradeenhad 14 and Alli Collins 12. Polson was led by Alex Pierre with 10.
• Tricia Joyce scored 14 points and Sofee Thatcher contributed 12 as home-standing Butte Central held off Hamilton late for a 43-40 triumph and the district championship. The Maroons led by seven entering the final quarter. Mariola Tesoro had 12 points for the Broncs.
• Claire Bagnell led the way with 19 points, Kiya Shelton added 14 and Hope Rebich had 10 to lead Frenchtown to third place in Butte with a 56-52 squeaker over Corvallis. The Broncs outscored the Blue Devils 18-8 in the third quarter. Calla Haldorson had 17 points and Lainie Albright 15 for the Blue Devils.
• Corvallis topped Stevensville 46-33 in a consolation semifinal. Calla Haldorson scored 14 points and Hannah Martin added 12 for the Blue Devils. Maddie Sims led the Yellowjackets with nine.
• Second-ranked Hardin spread around the scoring load between nine players in downing Lewistown 51-39 in an Eastern A regular-season finale. Charlie Bedrock, Marie Five, Ivery Fritzer and Kamber Good Luck all had eight for the Bulldogs. Kacee Gordon had 13 for Lewistown.
• Kenna Pitcher was the only player in double figures for Fairfield, but her 20 points and an 18-9 second quarter were the difference as the Eagles downed Cut Bank 46-42 for the championship in Shelby. Jazmine Spotted Bear led the Wolves with 15 points.
• Whitney Durocher scored 18 points, Christine Funk 17 and Anna Jamison 13 to lead Choteau to third place with a 63-48 romp over Conrad at Shelby. Alison Harris and Lauren Phillips led Conrad with 11 apiece.
• Christine Funk had the hot hand with 26 points and Whitney Durocher added 14 as Choteau moved into a third-place tilt with Conrad with a 50-38 win against Rocky Boy. Sasha Coffee had 12 to lead Rocky Boy.
• Alison Harris scored 14 points, Brae Eneboe had 11, Lauren Philipps added 10 and Conrad hit a half-court buzzer beater to stay alive with a 41-39 win over host Shelby. Skyler Martin scored 15 and Maddison Underdal 11 for the Coyotes.
• A big game from Imani Bighorn led No. 2 Wolf Point to a 54-42 win over No. 3 Harlem in the district title game. Bighorn scored 31 points, grabbed 13 rebounds and shot 10-of-18 from the field, 1-of-1 on 3-pointers and 10-of-14 on free throws. Teammate Mya Fourstar added 11 points. L’Tia Lawrence led Harlem with 13.
• A 23-12 third quarter helped Glasgow earn a 54-42 win in the third-place game. Keeley Fossum led the Scotties with 10 points and eight rebounds, and Taylor Pederson added nine. Malta’s Kyleigh Schipman scored a game-high 12 points and had 11 rebounds, and Kloie Marks added 10 points.
• Forsyth outlasted Colstrip 30-25 to win the district championship in Colstrip.
• Columbus handily won the tournament on its home court 53-28 over Huntley Project as Payton West scored 10 points and Trista Teeters added nine. Amanda Cranford led Huntley Project with 12 points.
• Meghan Eiselein led four players in double figures with 12 points to lead Roundup to third place with a 46-28 rout of Red Lodge. Choe Cota and Savanna Wolf had 11 each and Blythe Sealey 10 for the Panthers. Rebbecca Purcell had eight for the Rams.
• Dorothy Mastel had a game-high 13 points and 10 players from Red Lodge scored in a 47-37 loser-out victory over Shepherd. The Fillies received 11 points from Kiara Dennison.
• Meghan Eiselein and Blythe Sealey each scored 13 points to carry Roundup past Joliet 39-25 for a shot at third place against Red Lodge. Kerstin Sweet led Joliet with 10 points.
• Kyle Olson scored 31 points and defending state champion Three Forks claimed the district 5B crown with a 51-42 win over Big Timber. Olson also had seven rebounds for Three Forks, which entered the district tournament as the No. 4 seed but knocked off previously unbeaten and top-ranked Townsend in the semifinals. Darby Johnston led Big Timber with eight points.
• Top-ranked Townsend punched its ticket to divisionals with a 46-38 win over Whitehall. Tavia Rooney scored 22 points and Peyton Vogl added 13 for the Bulldogs.
• Tavia Rooney scored 18 points and Denika Dolan added 10 as top-ranked Townsend rebounded from its first defeat of the season and earned a shot at divisionals with a 47-36 triumph over Elkhorn arch-rival Jefferson. Dakota Edmiston led Jefferson with nine points.
• Bigfork finished its regular season with a 33-21 road win over Thompson Falls. Isabella Santistevan paced the Vals with 10 points. Megan Baxter led the Bluehawks with nine.
• Haylie Conradsen had a big night with 23 points and Kiana Miller pitched in with 10 as No. 2 Savage started fast and held off No. 5 Froid-Lake 55-42 to remain unbeaten and win the district crown. Savage led 16-4 after one quarter and 27-12 at the half. Mackenzie Dethman had 13 for Froid-Lake.
• Ekalaka toppled Wibaux 61-55 for the district crown.
• Kodi Big Lake and Sylvie Stewart each had six points and Plenty Coups ground out a 28-23 win over Bridger for the district championship at Huntley Project. Jessica Adkins had 10 for the Scouts.
• Mesa Butler scored 12 points and Karli Lane 10 as Harlowton used a strong fourth quarter to outlast Park City 42-35 for third place. Blakely Verke scored 12 and Alyx Grabowska added 10 for the Panthers.
• Brooke Schraner scored 15 points to lead Belt to the championship with a 45-39 victory over Roy-Winifred. The Huskies, who trailed by seven after the first quarter, led 35-34 going into the fourth quarter. Olivia Geer led Roy-Winifred with 10 points. Belt shot 8 of 14 from the foul line in the fourth quarter. Schraner had the lone basket.
• Breanna Bergum led all scorers with 16 points as Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap moved past Winnett-Grass Range 45-35 for third place. WGR’s Kaityln Carter had a team-high 12 and Tia Stahl added 10.
• Dakota Auck had the hot hand with 25 points and Chloe Derks chipped in with 10 as Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap advanced to a third-place game with a 76-40 romp over Denton-Geyser-Stanford. H-M-JG led 48-16 at halftime. Cassidy Randel had 10 for Denton-Geyser-Stanford.
• Katie Zimmerman led with 16 points and Sydney Browning contributed 15 as Winnett-Grass Range earned a berth opposite Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap in the third-place game with a 57-37 triumph over Centerville. Hailey Christian scored 13 for the Miners.
• Janessa Willekes pumped in 34 points and Simms defeated Power 65-47 for the district title. Willekes was 10 of 15 from the floor and made 14 of 20 free throw attempts. Jessie Maruska led Power with 19 points and Monique Schwalbach added 17 points.
• Sydney Hill had nearly half of Great Falls Central’s points with 23 in leading the Mustangs over Cascade 48-23 in a loser-out game in Great Falls. Georgia Mortag was the only Cascade player in double figures with 10.
• Kelsey Heidema led balanced Manhattan Christian with 10 points and the Eagles won the district crown with a 42-33 triumph over Shields Valley. Jillian Frye added nine for MC. Molly Engle's 13 points topped the Rebels.
• Rebekah Everest's 11 points led the way for West Yellowstone in a 35-26 win over Lone Peak for third place in Churchill. Emmie Collins added nine for the Wolverines. Ivy Hicks scored eight for Lone Peak.
• Emma Flach and Solae Swenson scored 11 points apiece as Lone Peak stayed alive with its 39-25 victory over White Sulphur Springs. Daisy Fisher led the Hornets with eight.
• Danna Ochoa and Averi Parker shared scoring honors with 13 apiece and Aslynn Roos added 12 as West Yellowstone gradually pulled away from Gardiner for a 65-55 loser-out win. The Bruins received 19 points from Kyndra Long and 13 from Sophia Darr.
• Whitney McKitrick led the way with 15 points and Joree Hokanson chipped in with 11 as Ennis bolted to a 15-point first quarter lead and fended off Drummond for the district championship at Dillon. Rylee Hilmo had nine for the Trojans.
• Emma Grange scored 16 points and Sarah Goff added 11 to lead Philipsburg to third placeby downing Twin Bridges 48-22. Nobody had more than four points for the Falcons.
• Amelia Hill had a game-high 16 points and teammate Sarah Goff helped with 15 for Philipsburg in a 51-34 loser-out victory over Sheridan. Leah Sanders had nine for the Panthers.
• Clancy Phillips scored 15 points and Lexie Stockett added 13 as Twin Bridges earned a third-place game against Philipsburg with a 45-40 win over Harrison-Willow Creek. Dana Lerum had 12 points and Maddison Christiansen 10 for Harrison-Willow Creek.
• Rose Mercer and Terra Bertsch each had eight points in propelling Seeley-Swan past Darby 42-34 for the district title in Frenchtown. Amber Anderson had 12 and Casey Ehmann 10 for the Tigers.
• Madison Mask poured in 24 points and Sorren Reese added 18 as Alberton-Superior earned a third-place trophy by routing Valley Christian 58-29 after rolling to a 13-point first-quarter lead. Kaytlin Kelly had 13 points and Morgan Brewer 10 for Valley Christian.
• In a loser-out game, Valley Christian eliminated Lincoln 49-41 behind 12 points from Morgan Brewer and 10 each from MacKenzie Dierking, Emma Hiltz and Kaytlin Kelly at Frenchtown. Alexis Cannon led all scorers with 20 points for the Lynx.
• Charlo nipped Arlee 44-43 for the district crown.
• Madison Kelly led balanced St. Regis with 12 points in a 45-26 win over Noxon in an elimination game at Pablo. Avery Burgess had 13 for the Red Devils.
37: Tate Elkin, Billings Christian
35: Sayer Patton, Choteau
35: Jesse Owens, Billings West
34: Ryggs Johnston, Libby
34: Janessa Willekes, Simms
33: Sayer Patton, Choteau
31: Kyle Olson, Three Forks
31: Caleb Bellach, Manhattan Christian
30: Lee Walburn, Whitefish
30: Jake Kallevig, Bridger
28: Greg Whitesell, Arlee
27: Nathan Morse, West Yellowstone
26: Christine Funk, Choteau
26: Beau Kuhbacher, Broadus
26: Casey Reimer, Valley Christian
26: Corbin Lone Bear, Dodson
26: Kobee Big Back, Colstrip
25: Dakota Auck, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap
25: TyLee Manuel, Billings West
24: Cody Welsh, Turner
24: Journey Emerson, Lame Deer
24: Hunter Omlid, Hamilton
24: Jamison Young Running Crane, Heart Butte
24: Lexi Deden, Missoula Sentinel
24: Madison Mask, Alberton-Superior
23: Sydney Hill, Great Falls Central
23: Joseph Williamson, Wolf Point
23: Haylie Conradsen, Savage
22: Trevor Swanson, Ennis
22: Trey Stampfel, Columbus
22: Abe Smith, Terry
22: Sam Hovde, Columbia Falls
22: Tanner Parsons, Shelby
22: Dillon Botner, Whitefish
22: Drew Ouradnik, Billings Christian
21: Preston Hagan, Cascade
21: Clay Ferguson, Butte
21: Jayden Winslow, Libby
21: Clay LaPlant, Broadus
20: Ryan Roth, Big Sandy
20: Bernadine Fisher, St. Labre
20: Alexis Cannon, Lincoln
20: Parker Young, West Yellowstone
20: Rod Schaff, Broadview-Lavina
20: Jace Fitzgerald, Dillon
20: Keith Johnson, Libby
20: Kellen Big Head, Colstrip
20: Frankie Bacon, Rocky Boy
20: Mike Buckley, Sunburst
20: Wyatt Walter, Great Falls Central
20: Blake Thelen, Great Falls
20: Kenna Pitcher, Fairfield
20: Skyler Webberson, Victor
20: Easton Page, Belgrade
20: Camdyn LaRance, Missoula Big Sky
20: Jared Cole, Frenchtown
20: Maverick McKinlay, Geraldine-Highwood
20: Bryan Mask, Alberton-Superior