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• Billings West 62, Belgrade 35: The Golden Bears outscored the Panthers a combined 33-8 in the second and fourth quarters to win going away after a close 15-13 first-quarter lead for West. Cooper Tyson scored 17 points and Cash Rice added 10 for the Bears. Tre'Von Randle scored 14 to lead Belgrade, which dropped games to Billings teams West and Senior after beating Billings Skyview a week ago.
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• Butte 69, Helena Capital 58: Jace Stenson shot the lights out with 25 points, and the Bulldogs (8-6, 9-9) outscored the Bruins 35-19 over the second and third quarters. Cameron Gurnsey knocked down 15 points and Hudson Luedtke scored 11. Joey Michelotti drained 16 points for Capital (8-6, 11-7), with Jack Drynan adding 10 points and Hayden Opitz eight.
• Billings Skyview 85, Billings Senior 81 (2OT): Lane Love scored 38 points and Anthony Schacht drilled 25 to help the Falcons edge the Broncs in double overtime. Brighton McCaffrey led Senior with 19 points, Zak Woog added 14 and Mackey Burckley finished with 13 in what was another tightly contested game between the intra-city rivals. Burckley hit a buzzer-beating 3-pointer on Jan. 24 when the Broncs defeated the Falcons 63-60.
• Glendive 65, Hardin 57: Kohbe Smith led four players in double figures with 17 points, and the Red Devils got past the Bulldogs to grab the semifinal victory and advance to the championship game. Chase Crockett tallied 13 points, with Michael Murphy hitting for 12 and Levi Eaton 10. Carter Amsler contributed eight points. Elias Stops At Pretty Places knocked down 21 points to pace Hardin. Antonio Espinoza scored 13 points, and Kingston Hugs and James Jefferson added eight points each.
• Lewistown 59, Billings Central 40: Trailing 36-32 with 3:23 left in the third period, the unbeaten Golden Eagles reeled off a stunning 23-2 run, allowing only four points the rest of the way to capture the victory and advance to the championship game Saturday. Fischer Brown buried 24 points and Royce Robinson drained 17. Brody Jenness added nine and Matthew Golik seven. Kyler Northrop poured in 19 points for the Rams.
• Havre 62, Laurel 54: Xavier Butler netted 16 points, and Crawford Terry and Shane Patacsil went for 11 apiece as the Blue Ponies kept their hopes alive by stopping the Locomotives. Havre led by four after one quarter and 13 at intermission before Laurel made a late push. Eli Weisenberger scored 16 and Cody Dennis 11 for the Locos.
• Lockwood 65, Miles City 58 (OT): Jey Hofer netted 18 points, Tyce Casterline fashioned a double-double with 15 points and 10 rebounds, and Weston Means added 11 points as the Lions eliminated the Cowboys. Miles City, which received 17 points and eight rebounds from Dylan Gundlach, led by as many as seven in regulation. Ryder Lee scored 15 points and Logan Muri 11 for the Cowboys.
• Butte Central 60, Dillon 57: Dougie Peoples was unstoppable, knocking down 33 points to carry the Maroons back to the championship game. The Maroons trailed by three at intermission, then launched an 18-8 rally in the third period. Dillon had its own rally in the fourth but came up short. Kyle Holter added eight points for the Maroons, and Jack Keeley had six. Eli Nourse and Kyler Engellant dropped 18 and 17 points respectively for Dillon.
• Frenchtown 47, Hamilton 45: Connor Michaud scored 18 points, Kellen Klimpel netted 12, and Frenchtown earned a trip to the championship after a wire-to-wire slugfest with Hamilton. Frenchtown entered the final period trailing 39-32 and outscored Hamilton 15-6 down the stretch. Eli Quinn added nine points. Asher Magness had 16 points for Hamilton, with Eli Taylor scoring 12 and Cole Dickmore seven.
• Columbia Falls 66, Polson 61: Jace Hill paced four players in double figures with 18 points and the Wildcats rode a big second quarter to a triumph over the Pirates. Alihn Anderson scored 13, Cody Schweikert 12 and Hunter Goodman 10 for Columbia Falls, which trailed by three before outscoring Polson 17-7 in the second quarter. Espn Fisher scored 20, Trent Wilson 15 and Jarrett Wilson nine for the Pirates.
• Browning 66, Whitefish 44: Maurice Redhorn III drained 21 points and Brayds Vielle had his back with 16 as the Runnin' Indians sent home the Bulldogs on the strength of a dominant third quarter. Robert Reagan added eight for Browning, which pulled away from a 22-all halftime tie to lead 48-32 after three quarters. Mason Kelch scored 17, CJ Thew 11 and Carson Knack 10 for Whitefish.
• Bigfork 64, Anaconda 37: The Vikings slashed the Copperheads, building a 39-17 first-half lead and cruising into the championship game on Saturday. Wyatt Johnson scored 16 points to lead nine players in the scoring column. Bryce Gilliard drained 14 points and Isak Epperly had 12. Jack Jenson chipped in with seven points. The Vikings will play Missoula Loyola for the Western B championship on Saturday. Loyola defeated Florence-Carlton 46-33 in the Friday night semifinal game.
• Thompson Falls 59, Eureka 50: Jacob Britt and Jesse Claridge shared scoring honors with 13 points each for the Bluehawks, who built a 25-point lead after three quarters and held off a late flourish by the Lions. Braxton Dorscher added nine for Thompson Falls. Trent Truman dropped in 19 points, Braden Casazza 14 and Tristan Butts nine for Eureka.
• St. Ignatius 78, Arlee 57: Zoran LaFrombois poured in 29 points and Cederick McDonald chipped in with 13 as the Bulldogs kept their season alive by drubbing the Warriors. Kellen McClure added 10 for Mission, which outscored Arlee 27-11 in the second quarter for a 19-point margin. Ethan Fiddler scored 12 points, Jace Arca 10 and Kaiden Ostby nine for Arlee.
• Big Sandy 64, Roy-Winifred 41: Kody Strutz dropped 17 points to lead four players in double figures, and the Pioneers rolled past the Outlaws and into the championship game. Wylee Snapp had 13 points, and Isaac Pedraza and Layne DeMontiney collected 12 points apiece. Braydon Cline added eight points. Shad Boyce had a monster game for the Outlaws with 23 points. Ethan Carlstrom contributed eight.
• Belt 54, Box Elder 51: In a game of two halves, the Huskies led 32-18 at intermission, then held on as the Bears outscored them 33-22 in the second half. Bridger Vogl went off for a game-high 23 points. Garett Metrione tallied 15 points and Ethan Triplett added five. Trace Jilot paced Box Elder with 16 points. Alex Four Colors and Tuarie Stiffarm-Rosette netted 10 points apiece. Matthias Blackbird contributed eight.
• Great Falls Central 71, Cascade 65 (OT): In a game that featured 18 lead changes and nine ties — including the end of regulation — the Mustangs survived behind 31 points and nine rebounds from Relic Smith, and 15 more points from Brandon Bliss. Max Leray added 11 for Great Falls Central, which rallied from a seven-point deficit entering the fourth quarter then won the extra session 15-9. Tyler Lane scored 21 points and grabbed nine boards, James Lewis had 14 points and Carter Casavant added 11 for Cascade.
• Chester-Joplin-Inverness 63, Heart Butte 60: Blake Harmon drained 22 points and grabbed six rebounds as the Hawks brought a stunning end to the Warriors' season. Karson Pulst scored 12 points and Nate Nelson 11 for CJI in a game that saw eight lead changes, seven ties and no lead larger than six for either squad. Lance Morgan scored 15 points and hauled down 17 boards, Jude Reevis had 13 points and Riley Reevis 12 for Heart Butte, which was undefeated entering divisionals.
• Manhattan Christian 80, Lone Peak 39: The Eagles advanced to the Western C title game, racing away from the Bighorns with a 21-9 run in the second quarter and a 25-5 burst to close out the game. Mason Venema led four players in double figures, dropping 22 points and collecting four rebounds. Tebarek Hill poured in 19 points, including three 3-pointers, had three assists and seven rebounds. Christian Triemstra netted 17 points and Seth Amunrud 15. Amunrud snagged a team-high eight rebounds to go with a team-high five assists.
• Harrison-Willow Creek 49, West Yellowstone 47: Joe Cima buried 24 points and hauled down 13 rebounds as the Wildcats advanced to the title game with a nail-biter over the Wolverines. Aaron DeFrance added 11 points for Harrison-Willow Creek, which trailed by two at halftime but won the next eight minutes 16-11. Taylor Hales and Josh Everest scored 12 points apiece, and Logan Kingston added 11 for West Yellowstone.
• Drummond 59, Charlo 46: Trey Phillips had the hot hand with 25 points and seven rebounds as the Trojans advanced to play again by outlasting the Vikings. Colt Parsons added 15 points and Scott Parke nine for Drummond, which led 22-12 at intermission. Wesley Anderson had a double-double with 13 points and 11 rebounds, Hayden Hollow added 12 points and Stetson Reum had 10 for Charlo.
• Darby 51, St. Regis 46: Cullen Duggan topped all scorers with 18 points, and Hooper Reed chipped in with 12 points and seven rebounds as Darby won a battle of Tigers that was nip-and-tuck the entire way. Darby led 24-21 at halftime and 38-32 after three quarters in the loser-out affair. Caleb Ball just missed a double-double with 17 points and nine rebounds, Conner Lulis added 13 points and John Pruitt had eight for St. Regis.
• Billings West 64, Belgrade 25: Megan Voegele hit five 3-pointers and scored 17 points to help the Golden Bears clinch the Eastern AA's top seed outright for next weekend's divisional tournament. Layla Baumann also scored 17 points and Sydney Pierce added 10 for the Bears, who finished the regular season 15-2 and 13-1 in the conference, one game ahead of 12-2 Billings Skyview. Olivia Wegner led Belgrade with eight points.
• Bozeman Gallatin 52, Bozeman 46: The Raptors (10-4, 14-4) won their fourth straight and completed a season sweep of their crosstown rival. Jada Davis drained 18 points and Karsen Breeding had her back with 14. Ave Odegard and Novelle McQuiston tallied six points apiece. Jaeli Jenkins chipped in with five.
• Great Falls CMR 35, Great Falls 29: Rhema Pace led the way with 11 points as the Rustlers avenged an early loss to the Bison in the second crosstown showdown. CMR scored 10 points in the second, third and fourth quarters.
• Hardin 41, Billings Central 38: Aiyanna Big Man scored 15 points, including a late 3-pointer just before the shot clock expired, and the Bulldogs reached the divisional championship game by holding the Rams to their second-lowest offensive output of the season. Big Man's 3-pointer came with 35 seconds left and gave the Bulldogs a six-point lead, which was needed when Billings Central's Jessa Larson hit a 3 at the buzzer for the final score. Kamryn Reinker scored 17 points and grabbed 13 rebounds for the Rams, whose season low in points was 37 in a loss to Class AA Billings West. The game was tied at 33 before a 3-pointer from Carlie Plainfeather gave Hardin the lead for good with 2:02 to play.
• Havre 57, Laurel 43: Avery Carlson led a balanced attack with 15 points and six rebounds as the Blue Ponies gradually built a lead throughout the game on the way to downing the Locomotives in a semifinal game. Amaya Jarvis added 14 points, Ariana Gary 13 points and four steals, and Yelena Miller 10 points and seven rebounds for Havre. Alyse Aby led all scorers with 23 points for Laurel, which also received eight from Emma Timm.
• Lewistown 51, Livingston 48: Aniya Ross had a big morning with 19 points and eight rebounds, and Kiya Foran helped with 11 points as the Golden Eagles stayed alive with a second second half against the Rangers. Lexy Burnham provided eight points and eight rebounds for Lewistown, which trailed 30-21 at the break before pulling within a point by the end of the third quarter. Veronica Turck scored 14 points, grabbed six rebounds and had four steals, and Maria Turck added nine points and four steals for Livingston.
• Miles City 39, Glendive 34: Jillian Kanduch shouldered much of the load with 19 points to lead the Cowgirls past the Red Devils in a loser-out matchup. Alora Baker scored six points and grabbed seven rebounds for Miles City, which led by five after one quarter but only two entering the final eight minutes. Codi Nagel led all scorers with 13 points and Mallory Robinson provided 10 for Glendive.
• Hamilton 55, Dillon 51: Taylor McCarthy led three players in double figures with 17 points, and the Broncs took down the Beavers to advance to the division championship. Taryn Searle had 15 points and Layne Kearns 13. Sydney Petersen netted 15 points for Dillon. Kenleigh Graham scored 13 and Kylie Konen 10. Dillon's loss was just its second of the year.
• Frenchtown 53, Browning 47: Madison Kaufman had a big afternoon with 23 points, and Mason Quinn and Sadie Smith did their part with 12 points each as the Broncs raced to a 17-9 first-quarter lead on the way to surprising the once-beaten Indians in a semifinal contest. Mecca Bullchild scored 16 and Amari Calfrobe 14 for Browning, which pulled within four after three quarters.
• Columbia Falls 58, Stevensville 52: Taryn Borgen had the hot hand with 23 points and Hope McAtee did her share with 13 for the Wildkats, who bounced out of a five-point halftime hole to rally past the Yellowjackets. Lexi Oberholtzer scored eight for Columbia Falls, which won with a 23-13 fourth quarter. Shilo Lampi scored 16, Cambree Praast 12 and Dawsyn Brewer nine for Stevi.
• Polson 35, Ronan 28: Nikki Kendall and Grace Simonich scored seven points each for the Pirates in a grind-it-out loser-out win over the Maidens. Polson trailed 23-21 after three quarters before closing on a 14-5 spurt. Leina Ulutoa scored eight to lead Ronan in its final fame.
• Bigfork 69, St. Ignatius 25: Paeten Gunlock uncorked 26 points, Braedon Gunlock hit for 14 and Scout Nadeau 10 to lead the undefeated Valkyries to the division championship. Madison Chappuis netted eight points and Ava Davey contributed six. Bigfork will meet Missoula Loyola for the Western B Championship on Saturday. Cora Matt scored nine points to lead the Bulldogs, with Kooper Page adding six.
• Missoula Loyola 59, Thompson Falls 45: Gio Horner was tops with 19 points and Charlotte Cummings chipped in with 11 as the Breakers jumped to a quick start and outlasted the Bluehawks in a semifinal game. Sammy McHugh scored 11 more and Addie Nault nine for Sacred Heart. Ellie Baxter had 17, Avery Burgess 12 and Natalie Roberts eight for Thompson Falls.
• Florence-Carlton 69, Eureka 39: Trista Williams led the way with 16 points, Maggie Schneiter backed her with 14 and the Falcons advanced by routing the Lions in a loser-out game. Kenzy Pickering scored an additional 12 points and Olivia Coulter eight for Florence-Carlton, which led by six after the first quarter and 18 at halftime. Remmi Stanger scored 10 in Eureka's finale.
• Anaconda 69, Deer Lodge 52: Meela Mitchell paced four players in double figures and the Copperheads broke open a tight game in the second quarter to send home the Wardens. Hayden Lunceford added 14 points, Larkin Galle 11 and Rain Daniels 10 for Anaconda. Deer Lodge, which was within three after one quarter but trailed by 13 at halftime, received 22 points from Taryn Lamb and 20 from Skyla Pierson.
• Wolf Point 65, Poplar 42: The Wolves hit the gas in the second half, outscoring the Indians 33-14 to claim a spot in Saturday's divisional championship game. KJ St. Marks and J'Elle Garfield teamed up for 34 points, hitting 17 apiece. Sierra Hamilton drained 15 points and Keeley Blount netted eight. Morgen Nordwick had 14 points for Poplar.
• Malta 54, Glasgow 42: Madison Williamson knocked down 19 points, and the M-ettes grabbed a 15-3 first-quarter advantage and held off the Scotties the rest of the way. Denvyr Tuss netted 12 points and Addy Anderson 10, with Allison Kunze contributing eight. Mayzie Yoakum poured in 19 points to lead Glasgow. Daley Aune contributed 10.
• Conrad 64, Choteau 44: Cierra Kulpas and Maggie Bender collected 16 points each, and Taylor Evans was right behind with 15 as the Cowgirls ran past the Bulldogs. Tala Eneboe added 10 points and Tabi Vermulm five. Ada Bieler had a huge day for Choteau with 25 points. Kylie Kovatch chipped in with nine points.
• Fairfield 48, Shelby 31: Toryn Martinez hit for 18 points, and Sienna Kline and Natalie Harrell tallied 10 points each for the Eagles, who broke away with a 16-4 run in the third quarter. Jori Clary led Shelby with 14 points. Addison Richman added six points and Cameron Blevins five.
• Fort Benton 39, Highwood 32: The Longhorns used a 17-9 run in the third quarter to go up 31-19, and weathered a Mountaineers rally in the fourth. Emerson Giese scored 11 points, Casha Corder drained 10 and Hailee Wang contributed eight points. Trinity Tinsen scored half of Highwood's point total with 16 points. Oliva Laws and Lauren Crowder netted six points apiece.
• Roy-Winifred 45, Chinook 38: In a meeting of powerhouse teams, the Outlaws advanced to the Northern C championship, handing Chinook its first loss of the season. Isabelle Heggem led the offense with 19 points. Hannah Ewen tallied nine points and Laynee Elness added eight. Hallie Neibauer carried the Sugarbeeters with 22 points, and Bree Swanson added seven.
• Belt 56, Cascade 30: Hattie Bumgarner scored 13 points, and Kylee Permann provided 11 points and seven rebounds as the Huskies burst out of the gate with a 21-4 first quarter and eliminated the Badgers. Dezirae Goodman scored 10 and Aaliyah Gaylord eight for Belt, which led 36-12 at halftime. Harlie Jackson scored seven points to lead Cascade.
• North Star 59, Simms 38: Laynie Sattoriva pumped home 23 points and had four steals, and Kaytlyn Domire came up equally big with 20 and 12 rebounds as the Knights eliminated the Tigers. Rainee Watson scored 14 for the Kremlin-Gildford-Rudyard-Hingham co-op to help jump-start a 31-16 first half. Abigail DeVos scored 11 points for Simms.
• Manhattan Christian 70, Lone Peak 44: Ava Bellach produced 23 points, including five 3-pointers, passing the 1,000-point mark for her career, and the Eagles advanced to the Western C championship. Bellach shot 4-of-4 from the foul line and hauled in seven rebounds. Katelyn Van Kirk scored 14 points and collected eight boards, and Bella Triemstra hit a pair of 3-pointers and tallied 10 points. Triemstra also had three assists and four steals. Jessie Bough hit four 3-pointers, shot 7-of-10 from the line and finished with 21 points for Lone Peak.
• Twin Bridges 42, Ennis 36: The Falcons rallied to overcome a five-point deficit with eight minutes left, outscoring the Mustangs 17-6 in the fourth quarter to punch their ticket to the championship game. Allie Dale and Kyle Pancost did the heavy lifting with 11 points each. Pancost snagged a team-high 14 rebounds. Ruby Waller netted six points and Ayla Janzen had five to go with two assists. Marisa Snider scored 15 points for Ennis, including three 3-pointers, and collected five rebounds. Megan Knack snared 10 boards, and Mikayla Ledgerwood added six points.
• Seeley-Swan 54, Charlo 46: Emily Maughan had the hot hand with 22 points and rebounds, and Ava Thornsberry backed her with 10 as the Blackhawks built a 15-point halftime lead and held off the Vikings in an elimination game. Kyla Conley added nine for Seeley-Swan. Seeley McDonald scored 20 for Charlo, which also received nine points each from Sheadon Kain and Darcy Coleman.
• Superior 51, Drummond 34: Isabella Pereira was nearly unstoppable with 25 points and Darby Haskins came up big with 18 more as the Bobcats stayed alive by horsing around with the Trojans in an elimination game. Superior won the second quarter 14-3 then sealed the deal with a 19-10 fourth quarter. Elizabeth Perry scored 12 points and Lexi Nelson 10.
38: Lane Love, Billings Skyview
33: Dougie Peoples, Butte Central
29: Zoran LaFrombois, St. Ignatius
26: Paeten Gunlock, Bigfork
25: Trey Phillips, Drummond
25: Ada Bieler, Choteau
25: Anthony Schacht, Billings Skyview
25: Isabelle Pereira, Superior
25: Jace Stenson, Butte
24: Joe Cima, Harrison-Willow Creek
24: Fischer Brown, Lewistown
23: Taryn Borgen, Columbia Falls
23: Alyse Aby, Laurel
23: Shad Boyce, Roy-Winifred
23: Bridger Vogl, Belt
23: Ava Bellach, Manhattan Christian
23: Laynie Sattoriva, North Star
22: Taryn Lamb, Deer Lodge
22: Mason Venema, Manhattan Christian
22: Hallie Neibauer, Chinook
22: Meela Mitchell, Anaconda
22: Emily Maughan, Seeley-Swan
22: Blake Harmon, Chester-Joplin-Inverness
21: Maurice Redhorn III, Browning
21: Jessie Bough, Lone Peak
20: Kaytlyn Domire, North Star
20: Skyla Pierson, Deer Lodge
20: Seeley McDonald, Charlo
20: Espn Fisher, Polson