Editor's note: Games will be reported as we receive them throughout the night.
• Bozeman Gallatin 47, Great Falls CMR 37: The Raptors took a quick 17-8 first-quarter lead and faced little resistance the rest of the way. Eli Hunter scored a game-high 20 points. Quinn Clark netted 12 and Zad Rodarte added eight for Bozeman, now 5-1 in conference play and 7-2 overall. Trigg Mapes tallied 17 points for the Rustlers (1-5, 3-7).
• No. 1 Billings West 47, No. 3 Billings Central 38: The top-ranked AA Golden Bears earned a win over the Class A Rams at the Golden Dome. Mitchell Fogelsong scored 15 points and Billy Carlson scored 12 to lead the Bears. Kyler Northrop led the Rams with 14 and Brayden Osse had 11.
• Bozeman 59, Great Falls 44: Kellen Harrison scored 14 points, Luke Smith added 12 and the Hawks took care of the Bison. Kash Embry chipped in with 10 points for Bozeman. Evan Brown scored 12 points to lead Great Falls.
• Dillon 67, Anaconda 35: Treyton Graham hit for 13 points, Carter Curnow netted 12 and Kyler Engellant 10 as the Beavers blew past the Class B Copperheads, improving to 8-4 overall. River Hurley poured in 15 points for Anaconda, with Gabe Galle adding eight.
• No. 1 Lewistown 45, Lockwood 43: Trailing 35-29 entering the fourth quarter, the Golden Eagles powered their way to a 16-8 fourth quarter to remain unbeaten on the season at 10-0 (4-0 in conference play). Royce Robinson delivered 19 points. Fischer Brown collected 11 and Maxx Ray contributed seven points. No stats were reported for Lockwood (3-0, 6-4).
• Glendive 55, Glasgow 38: Levi Eaton came through with 17 points and Michael Murphy was close behind with 15 as the Class A Red Devils won on the road against the Class B Scotties. Glendive led 41-32 going into the fourth quarter and closed out the game with a 14-6 scoring run. Eaton scored eight of those 14 points, while Murphy had three. Wyatt Babb's nine points led Glasgow. Cade Hudyma added eight.
• Browning 65, Whitefish 40: Brayds Vielle scored 19 points, and the Indians raced to a 22-6 first-quarter lead to take control early and improve to 5-1 in conference play. Maurice Redhorn netted 15 points, with Delbert Blackman and Tommy Running Rabbit adding six points apiece. Mason Genovese and Jack Sears led Whitefish with 10 points each.
• No. 5 Columbia Falls 72, No. 1 Missoula Loyola 65: After falling behind 21-11 after the first quarter, the top-ranked Class B Rams (5-0, 11-1) couldn't dig themselves out of the hole even with a 31-point fourth quarter rally for their first loss this season. Noah Haffey led the Rams with 23 points, Raef Konzen scored 16 and Reynolds Johnston scored 14. Stats were not reported for the Wildcats (4-0, 8-1).
• Polson 71, Libby 59: Jarrett Wilson and Trent Wilson led the Pirates (4-1, 6-5) past the Loggers at home. Jarrett led the way with 34 points and Trent added 16. The Loggers (1-5, 6-6) were led by Tyler Anderson's 25.
• Laurel 70, Livingston 41: 10 Locomotives scored as they earned a road win. Krew Hunter led Laurel with 11 points and Gus Robertus added 10. No Rangers stats were reported.
• No. 2 Butte Central 62, No. 4 Hamilton 51: The Maroons improved to 7-0, 10-1 with their road victory in Hamilton. Dougie Peoples scored 28 to lead Butte Central. The Broncs (3-2, 8-2) were led by twin 15-point performances from Eli Taylor and Asher Magness.
• East Helena 54, Frenchtown 50: The Vigilantes were led by the trio of Colter Charlesworth (20 points), Kobe Mergenthaler (14) and Kaeden Sager (12) as they improved to 4-4, 7-5. The Broncs (4-3, 9-3) got two 14-point performances from Connor Michaud and Sully Belcourt to lead Frenchtown.
• No. 2 Bigfork 63, St. Ignatius 30: The Vikings stifled the Bulldogs, building a 31-17 halftime lead to go 7-0 in conference play and 10-2 overall. Isak Epperly and Nick Walker scored 15 and 12 points respectively, with Landon Byerman contributing nine. Zoran LaFrombois led all scorers with 23 points for the Bulldogs (5-2, 6-5).
• Fairfield 59, Belt 56: The Class B Eagles got all they could handle from the Class C Huskies en route to their tenth win of the season (6-0 in conference play). Tyson Schenk knocked down 17 points, Cooper Christensen netted 12, and Owen Cartwright scored 10. Bridger Vogl and Garett Metrione scored 21 and 19 points respectively for the Huskies (8-0 in conference play, 10-2 overall).
• No. 5 Wolf Point 66, No. 10 Malta 51: The Wolves won their eleventh straight on the season, using a 22-8 third-quarter run to take command of the game. Juliun Benson had a monster game, hitting 27 points. Gaige Bushman dropped 17 and Kraven Silk tallied 11. Bodhi Brenden knocked down 17 points for the Mustangs. Treyton Wilke netted 14 and Stockton Oxarart scored 11.
• Baker 64, St. Labre 63: Trailing by four entering the final period, the Spartans overtook the Braves (3-3, 4-7) with a 20-15 run to eke out the victory. Cooper O'Connor led a balanced offense with 14 points. Riley Williams dropped 13 points, Bryant O'Connor had 11 and Nathan Schallenberger 10. Tytan Hanson led all scorers with 27 points for the Braves. Solan Medicine Bull buried 20 points.
• Bonners Ferry (ID) 67, Eureka 33: Braden Casazza scored eight points, Trent Truman and Cole Sartori netted five points each, and Keenan McDole and Samuel Guainazzi added four points apiece for the Lions.
• Poplar 107, Harlem 50: Delray Lilley erupted for 47 points as the Indians surpassed the century mark and improved to 2-4, 6-6. He was joined in double figures by Allen Russell (14), W. Youngman (11), Blake Lambert (11) and Geordy Medicine Cloud (10). For Harlem (1-5, 1-9), Marley Stewart led the attack with 16.
• Lame Deer 66, No. 7 Red Lodge 61: The trio of Aalyias Haugen, Amelio Black Horse and Kendall Russell led the Morning Stars (4-1, 9-4) past the Rams (2-2, 7-3). Haugen led them all with 14 points, Black Horse had 13 and Russell had 11. No stats were reported for Red Lodge.
• Joliet 58, No. 6 Huntley Project 45: The J-Hawks improved to 2-2 in conference, 6-4 overall by defeating the Red Devils (4-2, 8-3) at home. Bryce Williams scored 15 to lead Joliet, followed by Seth Bailey with 14, and Jake Cook and Tucker Lind with 10 each. Parker Cook led Huntley Project with 15.
• Roundup 67, Colstrip 40: Jace Lemel led a quartet of Panthers (3-4, 5-7) in double figures with 19 points. Kylen Wolff scored 15, Morgan Sanner scored 11 and Braedan Bilden scored 10. Colstrip's Zayne Hert led all scorers with 23 points.
• Three Forks 45, Big Timber 33: The Wolves used a 19-point third quarter to get past the Sheepherders on the road. Dylan Swenson led Three Forks (4-1, 5-6) with 16 points. No stats were reported for Big Timber (2-5, 5-7).
• No. 3 West Yellowstone 52, Sheridan 32: The Wolverines claimed their eighth conference win without a loss, easing past the Panthers (6-4, 7-5). Josh Everest collected 13 points, with Hayden Turner and Cody Gould hitting for nine points apiece. Taylor Hales netted eight points. Cade Cathey dropped 13 points for Sheridan, with Trey Schrank scoring seven.
• Northern Cheyenne 64, Reed Point-Rapelje 59: Landen Bryant and Blade Blodgett dropped 14 points apiece, with Axel Blodgett scoring 13 for the Renegades (0-6, 1-12). No stats were reported for Northern Cheyenne.
• Scobey 40, Dodson 32: Kolten Machart netted 12 points, Braxton Wolfe hit for 10 and Triston Flovager added seven as the Spartans notched their third conference win and fourth overall. Mikey Jaynes led all scorers with 22 points for Dodson. Junior Stiffarm chipped in with six points.
• Philipsburg 46, Valley Christian 33: Andrew Tallon scored 19 points, Cayhel White added nine and Eric Pitcher and Cavan Babbitt eight apiece for the Prospectors, who built a 25-5 halftime lead. Zeke Gildewell tallied 11 points for the Lions, with Kyler Panique adding nine.
• Seeley-Swan 45, Victor 28: The Blackhawks improved to 5-3 in conference play and 7-4 overall, finishing the game with a 13-2 fourth quarter run to seal the victory. Ben Haley drained 18 points and Connor Matthew netted 11. Brandon Bowen scored 15 points for the Pirates (3-5, 5-8), with Landon Nuttall hitting for 10 points.
• Broadus 70, Ekalaka 32: The Hawks erupted for 29 first-quarter points and a 20-point lead, and cruised to their sixth straight conference win. Dillon Gee tallied 16 points and Marcus Mader hit for 13. Cooper Zimmer scored 10 points. No stats were reported for Ekalaka.
• Fort Benton 46, North Star 35: Eight Longhorns provided a balanced attack as they defeated North Star. Cody Evans led Fort Benton (6-3, 8-3) with 10 points. Garrett Spicher led North Star (4-4, 5-5) with 15 points.
• Shields Valley 55, Absarokee 41: Nate Hogenson shot the lights out with 29 points for the Rebels. Kyle Jerke netted 12 and Robbie Anderson and Hunter Willis contributed five points apiece. Jaxon Gallagher buried 23 points for the Huskies. Tristen Phillips added seven.
• Plentywood 49, Savage 31: Carson Solberg hit for 14 points, with Easton Tommerup netting 13 and Noah Murray eight. Cade Tombre led the Warriors with 11 points. Sayer Erickson chipped in with seven.
• Cascade 61, Sunburst 59: The Badgers rallied from a 37-31 halftime deficit to outscore the Refiners 15-6 in the third quarter, then held on in the fourth. Caiden Sekutorski dropped 19 points, with Brent Ethridge netting 11 and James Lewis 10. Conlan Kerfoot shot lights out for Sunburst, putting up 36 points. Connor Sullivan knocked down 21.
• Broadview-Lavina 60, Custer-Hysham 39: The Pirates pulled away for good with a 22-4 third-quarter run, notching their fifth conference win against a single loss. Kade Erickson couldn't be stopped, pouring in 32 points. Connor Glennie tallied 14 points and William Sanguins seven. No stats were reported for Custer-Hysham.
• Roberts 62, Fromberg 50: The Rockets used a 20-9 second-quarter surge to take command of the game and up their conference mark to 3-4 (5-6 overall). Cody Atcosta dropped 14 points to lead a balanced offense. Joe Allen scored 13, Nate Weber had 12, and Owen Walila and Thommy Howard contributed nine points apiece. Ciaran McKevitt carried Fromberg with a big game, draining 24 points.
• Fairview 68, Richey-Lambert 37: The Warriors remained unbeaten in conference play at 5-0 with a takedown of the Fusion (2-5, 4-6). Jeff Tjelde went off for 24 points. Hunter Sharbono collected 21 and Tyler Loan nine. Josh Sponheim scored 17 points for the Fusion. Nick Engesser netted 16.
• Wibaux 63, Plevna 42: The Longhorns closed out the Cougars with a 19-9 fourth quarter surge and upped their record to 2-3 in conference play and 4-8 overall. Wyatt Ree netted 22 points and Kreed Eskew dropped 18. Trey Knight scored eight points and Colter Bacon added seven. No stats were reported for Plevna.
• Turner 54, No. 9 Chester-Joplin-Inverness 48: Ryan Doyle knocked down 17 points, Trent Billmayer scored 14 and Caleb Zellmer 13 as the Tornadoes (3-6, 6-6) won their third conference match. Blake Harmon scored a game-high 18 points for the Hawks (6-3, 9-3). Karson Pulst netted 13 points.
• Plentywood 49, Savage 31: The Wildcats powered their way to a 28-14 halftime lead, and cruised on to their fourth conference win. Carson Solberg scored 14 points and Easton Tommerup tallied 13. Noah Murray added eight points and Caydon Trupe seven. Cade Tombre had 11 points for the Warriors.
• Winnett-Grass Range 59, Centerville 50: Jace Dunkel led the way with 23 points, shooting 8 of 8 on free throws, as the Rams prevailed at home. Brady Bantz connected for 16 points and Layton Geary 11 for the victors. It was a 38-38 tie heading into the fourth quarter. WGR responded with a 21-12 surge in the closing eight minutes, shooting 11 of 16 on free throws during the scoring spree. Kale Annis provided a game-high 26 points for the visiting Miners, with four 3-pointers. Keegan Klasner contributed 15 points, with a pair of 3-pointers. The Rams shot 20 of 26 from the foul line, compared to 6 of 7 for Centerville.
• Valier 53, Power 51: Jacob Kuka scored 20 points and Jonas Horn had 13 as the Panthers fought off Power at home. Valier led 24-11 after the first quarter, but the game was knotted at 44-all heading into the final period. Kuka accounted for five of the Panthers' nine fourth-quarter points. Horn contributed a key 3-pointer. Tanner Vick scored 17 points for Power, including five of his team's seven points in the fourth. Jared Boetticher added 10 points.
• St. Regis 61, Noxon 50: Caleb Ball had a monster game for the Tigers, going off for 34 points. Ayden Rael hit for 10 points. St. Regis improved to 7-1 in conference play and 11-1 overall. No stats were reported for Noxon (3-5, 3-7).
• Bainville 54, Westby-Grenora 42: The Bulldogs held a narrow 33-35 lead entering the final quarter, then pulled away with a 19-9 surge to clinch the win. Alex Strickland hit for 21 points, Ayden Knudsen netted 14 and Samuel Butikofer tallied 11. Adam Paine scored 11 points and Cole Gebhardt eight for the Thunder.
• Circle 70, Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale 60: Beau Beery led the Wildcats with 24 points as Arley Idland and Jace Curtis added 17 points apiece as Circle (2-4, 7-5) earned the road win. No stats were reported for the Mavericks.
• No. 1 Lustre Christian 74, Culbertson 45: The Lions improved to 13-0 this season with a home victory against the Cowboys (3-2, 6-7). Elijah Lenihan led the Lions with 22 points, Jasiah Hambira had 16 and Cayden Klatt had 10. Bridger Salvevold led all scorers with 25 points for the Cowboys.
• Big Sandy 73, Hays-Lodgepole 49: The Pioneers' Kody Strutz and Braydon Cline went for 24 and 20 points respectively as they improved to 7-2, 10-2 with a win over the Thunderbirds. Isaac Pedraza scored 17 to join them in double figures. William Hughes Jr. led Hays-Lodgepole (0-9, 1-12) with 15.
• Jordan 59, Terry 57 (2OT): The Mustangs ran out to an early lead, but the Terriers fought back to tie it up at 49 at the end of regulation, then 53 at the end of the first overtime, but the Mustangs managed to find two extra points to secure the win. No stats were reported for Jordan. Landen Schilling led the Terriers with 20 points while Cy Eaton and Giacomo De Pietro added 16 and 11 respectively.
• Melstone 59, No. 2 Harlowton-Ryegate-Judith Gap 32: The Broncs (5-1, 8-4) handed the Engineers (5-1, 11-1) their first loss this season to move into a tie at the top of the 5C standings. Bryce Grebe led Melstone with 22 points who also got 16 from Junis Kraetzchmar and 11 from Tucker Keller. Engineer stats were not reported.
• Bridger 44, Plenty Coups 28: Jake Buessing and Gage Goltz led the Scouts (4-1, 6-6) to a win over the Warriors (2-2, 3-5) at home. Buessing scored 15 points and Goltz scored 14. Dontez Gutierrez scored seven to lead Plenty Coups.
• Harrison-Willow Creek 60, White Sulphur Springs 19: Harrison-Willow Creek jumped out to a 20-2 lead after the first quarter as they ran away to improve to 8-1, 9-2. Campbell Smith scored 15 points to lead the Wildcats and Joe Cima added 10. Tanner Novark led the Hornets (1-8, 1-11) with 10 points.
• No. 8 Darby 53, Drummond 52: The Tigers handed the Trojans their first 13C loss this season with a narrow victory at home. Cullen Duggan led Darby (7-1, 9-4) with 19 points and Hooper Reed added 12. Drummond (8-1, 11-2) was led by Brody Rasor with 20 points, Colt Parson with 12 and Mike James with 10.
• Gallatin Valley Christian Homeschool 48, Yellowstone County Homeschool 41: Austin Anderson hit for 15 points, Kian Cameron scored nine and Gideon Green eight for GVCH. Jesiah Stutts poured in 18 points for YCH, with Tobias Stutts scoring 13 and Noah Maher and Carter Benson adding three apiece.
• No. 3 Bozeman Gallatin 69, Great Falls CMR 47: The Raptors built a 42-21 halftime lead and cruised to their fourth conference victory. Jada Davis knocked down 20 points, Karsen Breeding tallied 12 and Addie Swanson added nine. No stats were reported for CMR.
• No. 2 Billings West 63, Billings Senior 31: The Golden Bears (6-0, 7-1) earned their second crosstown win of the week by defeating the Broncs. Elle Stock led the Bears with 19 points and Kourtney Grossman scored 12. Lauren Cummings scored 10 to lead the Broncs (4-2, 4-6).
• No. 4 Laurel 70, Livingston 24: The Locomotives led 25-10 after the first quarter and 48-15 at halftime, improving to 3-1 in conference play and 10-1 overall. Kaitlyn Dantic led 10 players in the scoring column with 18 points. Alyse Aby and Emma Timm collected 10 points apiece. Lily Weimer had eight points for the Rangers (0-4, 1-8), with Veronica Turck adding seven.
• Lockwood 69, Lewistown 58: The Lions built a 26-16 halftime lead and held off the Golden Eagles down the stretch for their first conference win of the season. Tailey Harris shot the lights out with 28 points. Lawren DeCrane tallied 10 points and Lanee Casterline contributed eight. No stats were reported for Lewistown (2-2, 3-7).
• Hamilton 71, Butte Central 28: The Broncs blew the game open with a first-quarter run, going up 27-9 and cruising to their fourth conference win (7-4 overall). Taryn Searle led eight players in the scoring column, pouring in 20 points. Layne Kearns was right behind with 19 and Ayda Griffin netted nine points. Brooke Badovinac tallied 11 points for the Maroons.
• Glendive 40, Glasgow 32: Sari Murphy and Mallory Robinson tallied 10 points apiece and the Class A Red Devils shot 8 of 8 at the foul line in the fourth quarter in winning at Class B Glasgow. Robinson scored six of her points in the last eight minutes, while Murphy had a clutch 3-pointer down the stretch. Teammate Cody Nagle, who shot 4 of 4 on free throws in the final period, finished with eight points. Glasgow's Daley Aune was the game's top scorer with 11 points. Joely Chappell added eight.
• No. 3 Browning 45, Whitefish 18: The Indians remained perfect at 6-0 and 11-0 after thrashing the Bulldogs (1-4, 3-6). Lish Spoonhunter led 10 players in the scoring column, hitting 11 points. Mecca Bullchild and Kalcie Connelly netted six points each. Jude Perry had nine points for Whitefish.
• Polson 39, Libby 27: The Pirates upped their conference mark to 4-1, riding 14 points from Julia Barnard. Mila Hawk scored nine points and Grace Simonich added eight. Madison Vincent knocked down 10 points for the Loggers.
• Frenchtown 69, East Helena 30: The Broncs upped their conference record to 6-1, running out to an 18-7 first-quarter lead and going up 37-14 at halftime. Mason Quinn drained 17 points, Haylee Kaufman hit for 15 and Sadie Smith tallied 11. Dymon Root led the Vigilantes (2-6, 5-7) with 11 points. Montana Pierson scored seven.
• Tikigaq, Ak., 62, Ronan 43: Playing tournament games in Alaska, Ronan's Lauryn Buhr scored 17 points, with Leina Ulutoa and Arianna Zepeda netting seven points apiece. No stats were reported for Tikigaq.
• West Anchorage, Ak., 51, Ronan 42: Arianna Zepeda netted nine points, Olivia Heiner scored eight and Lauryn Buhr added seven for Ronan, playing in a tournament in Alaska.
• No. 2 Dillon 75, Anaconda 36: Halle Fitzgerald dropped 20 points, Ariel Thomas and Kenleigh Graham scored 11 apiece, and Kylie Konen netted 10 for the undefeated Beavers (7-0, 12-0), who had 10 players in the scoring column. Maniyah Lunceford and Meela Mitchell tallied 19 and 15 points respectively for the Copperheads.
• Columbia Falls 61, Missoula Loyola 59 (OT): Gio Horner put up 26 points and Addie Nault had 14, but the Class B Breakers (4-1, 8-4) fell in Class A Columbia Falls (5-3, 7-3) in overtime. The Wildkats stats were not reported.
• No. 2 Huntley Project 58, Joliet 43: The Red Devils (5-1, 10-1) used an 18-6 run in the second quarter to take control of the game. Paige Lofing, Lily Zimmer and Ivy Grimsrud scored 12 points apiece. Maddison Akins netted 11 points. No stats were reported for Joliet.
• No. 4 Baker 94, St. Labre 11: Madison O'Connor led four players in double figures with 20 points, and the Spartans cruised to their sixth straight conference win, going up 31-2 in the first quarter. Jocelyn Graham scored 16 points. Emily Enos and Kayl Hadley drained 11 points apiece.
• No. 1 Bigfork 68, St. Ignatius 31: The Valkyries moved to 8-0 in conference play and 12-0 overall in a dismantling of the Bulldogs. Braedon Gunlock poured in 27 points. Paeten Gunlock scored 16, with Madison Chappuis and Ava Davey hitting for eight and seven points respectively. Kooper Paige netted 10 points to lead St. Ignatius (3-3, 7-3).
• No. 5 Big Timber 67, Three Forks 44: Kameryn Ketcham dropped 17 points and Bailey Finn 15 as the Herders improved to 6-1 in conference play. Laney Ketcham added 11 points. Madelyn Tesoro netted 14 points for the Wolves, with Tanya Hauser scoring 11.
• Bonners Ferry (ID) 64, Eureka 39: Kara Stanger collected 15 points, Dylan Sharp netted 10 and Remmi Tanger four points for the Lions (2-4, 3-9).
• No. 3 Malta 61, Wolf Point 36: The M-Ettes got 18 points from Allison Kunze and 16 from Maison Williamson as Malta improved to 11-1 and remained undefeated in conference at 7-0. The Wolves (3-3, 6-5) were led by J'Elle Garfield and KJ St Marks with seven points apiece.
• Colstrip 68, Roundup 20: The Fillies (2-2, 4-6) got 23 points from Malea Egan and 21 from Mykal Anderson as they raced past the Panthers at home. Ashtynn Egan scored 11 to round out the Colstrip players in double figures. Tori Avila led Roundup (0-6, 0-12) with nine points.
• Red Lodge 76, Lame Deer 29: A quartet of Rams notched double figures in their win over Lame Deer. Led by Abigail DeRennaux's 22 points, Ellis Mastel added 14 and Shaylee Quenzer and Brayli Reimer added 10 apiece. Lame Deer was led by Heaven Brady and Myleah Gardner with seven points each.
• No. 10 Manhattan 42, Jefferson 29: The Tigers improved to 5-1, 8-3 with their victory over the Panthers (5-2, 9-4). Miah Fenno scored 11 points and Gracie Millimen scored 10 to lead Manhattan. Cameron Toney led Jefferson with 11 points.
• Cascade 80, Sunburst 67: The Badgers ran their unbeaten streak in conference play to eight games, breaking open a close game with a 32-20 run in the third quarter. Alaina Barger buried 26 points, with Kenzie Hauk netting 17 and Harlie Jackson 12. Claire Bucklin led all scorers with 31 points for the Refiners. Ella Samsal scored 14 and Tara Robins 13.
• Bainville 48, Westby-Grenora 36: Hailey Berwick scored a game-high 15 points, with Elsie Wilson and Miah Pippenger contributing eight points apiece. Tally Berwick chipped in with six points. Emma Smart had 14 points for the Thunder. Erika Christian contributed eight points.
• Bridger 47, Plenty Coups 35: The Scouts grabbed a quick 17-6 lead in the first quarter and led by nine at halftime before going on a 13-3 run in the third quarter to seal the win. Mya Goltz drained 19 points. Nikki Roberts scored nine and Dylann Pospisil eight. Brynecia Hugs collected 16 points for the Warriors.
• Seeley-Swan 54, Victor 18: The Blackhawks faced little resistance from the Pirates, going up 18-3 in the opening quarter and leading 37-7 at halftime. Kyla Conley scored 13 points and Emily Maughan 10 for Seeley, which improved to 7-1 in conference play and 10-1 overall. Darby Gleason added six points and Trista Alexander scored five.
• No. 3 Plentywood 48, Savage 36: The Wildcats won their fifth straight conference game and eleventh overall to stay unbeaten. Emma Brensdal collected 17 points and Annie Kaul scored 13. Audrey Sampsen contributed eight. Teah Conradsen led Savage (2-2, 5-2) with 14 points.
• No. 9 Drummond 59, Darby 27: The Trojans improved to 9-0 in conference play and 12-1 overall, pulling away from the Tigers with a 21-6 run in the second quarter. Lexi Nelson netted 16 points, Lizzy Perry knocked down 14 and Sawer Hessler tallied 13. Kimber Parsons added 11 points. Kylie Schlapman scored seven points for Darby (4-4, 5-7).
• Culbertson 37, Lustre Christian 31: The Cowgirls picked up their third conference win in a tight game with the Lions, outscoring them 13-7 in the final quarter for the win. Destiny Thompson netted 14 points, including one 3-pointer. Makena Hauge drained 11 points and hit a 3-pointer as well. Megan Granbois added six points. Alexa Reddig and Grace Brown hit for 12 points apiece to lead the Lions (3-3, 4-7).
• Shields Valley 40, Absarokee 31: The Rebels picked up their first conference win of the season, overcoming a 25-17 halftime deficit with a 15-5 third-quarter run. Makenzie DeFord led a balanced offense with 10 points. Asha Jerke tallied eight points, Andie Estes netted seven and Tyler DeFord six. No stats were reported for Absarokee.
• Turner 49, Chester-Joplin-Inverness 37: Dakota Krass drained 20 points as the Tornadoes built a 26-10 halftime lead and held off the Hawks down the stretch. Ali Doyle scored 11 points and Cassidy Grabofsky chipped in with six. MaRae Smail tallied 13 points for the Hawks. Brie Mattson added eight points.
• Reed Point-Rapelje 64, Northern Cheyenne 19: Lily Herzog knocked down 20 points and Kamille Herzog 16. Rylie Tinsley and Jayda Grayless chipped in with nine points each. No stats were reported for Northern Cheyenne.
• Belt 42, Fairfield 33: The Class C Huskies trailed by three after the first quarter, but rallied to improve to 6-3, 8-5 with a victory against the Class B Eagles (3-1, 4-5) at home. Kylee Permann led Belt with 13 points and Addison Urick had 10. Fairfield's Paige Christensen led all scorers with 14 and Toryn Martinez added 10.
• Augusta 51, Heart Butte 46: The Elk (7-2, 8-4) took the lead in the third quarter with a 15-7 run, then held on in the final stanza as the Warriors' rally fell short. Payton Levine dropped 21 points for Augusta. Kodee Shalz drained 17 points and Gracie Hill contributed seven. Bobbi Tailfeathers and Talissa Calf Boss Ribs netted 13 points apiece for Heart Butte, with Jaede Morning Star scoring 10.
• Froid-Lake 53, Brockton 31: Baylee Davidson scored 18 points, Dasani Nesbit had 14 and Mara Salvevold five for the Redhawks. Ava Lone Bear netted 11 for the Warriors, with KayJay First That Walks pitching in with six points.
• Big Sandy 67, Hays-Lodgepole 58: The Pioneers improved to 5-4 in conference play and 7-5 overall behind 33 points from Eva Yeadon and 23 points from Eva Wagoner. Keira Galbavy added six points and Jaihaven Baumann five. No stats were reported for Hays-Lodgepole.
• Fairview 40, Richey-Lambert 26: The Warriors pulled away in the fourth quarter with a 12-1 run to grab their second conference win. Kallee Hopes scored 13 points. Macy Tjelde hit for eight points and Brailey Anderson seven. Brie Mullin and Lauren Prevost netted eight points apiece to lead the Fusion.
• No. 1 Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale 43, Circle 31: Paige Wasson scored 23 points and Teagan Erickson scored 14 as the Mavericks remained undefeated at 13-0. Grace Gackle and Alexis Moline scored seven points each to lead Circle (10-3).
• Scobey 43, Dodson 29: The Spartans won on the road behind Camrie Holum's 12 points. Lindsey Fetter led the Coyotes with 12 of her own.
• Denton-Geyser-Stanford-Geraldine 50, Hobson-Moore 16: The Bearcats improved to 7-2, 10-2 with their victory in Hobson. Riley Obert led the Titans (1-7, 1-11) with six points. No stats were reported for DGSG.
• No. 5 Chinook 59, Box Elder 43: Alexus Seymour's 27 points led the Sugarbeeters, but Hallie Niebauer added 19 as Chinook remained unbeaten at 11-0. Box Elder stats were not reported.
• Fort Benton 36, North Star 34: The Longhorns (6-3, 6-5) rallied for an 18-point fourth quarter to get past the Knights (6-2, 8-2). Emmerson Giese scored 19 points to lead Fort Benton. Kaytlyn Domire led North Star with 16.
• Jordan 67, Terry 37: Lindsay Lawrence scored 14 points, Brooke Murnion scored 12 and Skylar Lawrence scored 10 to lead the Mustangs (4-1, 9-2) past the Terriers (1-6, 4-9). The Terriers got 16 points from Kiera Chaska and 10 from Carmen Lacquement.
• Broadview-Lavina 66, Custer-Hysham 34: The Pirates improved to 4-1, 7-4 behind a trio of players in double figures: Callie Beckett (14), Hailey Fiske (12) and Adi Tuszynski (11). Sam Leligdowicz scored nine points to lead the Rebels (4-2, 7-5).
• Melstone 69, Harlowton-Ryegate-Judith Gap 19: The Broncs scored 30 points in the third quarter to stay undefeated in conference play and improve to 6-0, 11-1. Koye Rindal scored 24 points to lead Melstone who also got 14 from Emma Myhre and 10 from Savannah DeJaegher. The Engineers (1-3, 4-6) were led by Sam Fenley with eight points.
• West Yellowstone 62. Sheridan 29: Ari Spence led a trio of Wolverines in double figures with 17 points. Izzy Coffin and Grace Dawkins added 11 and 10 respectively for West Yellowstone (5-3, 6-4). The Panthers (0-9, 0-12) got 11 points from Myckenna Wood and 10 from Catherine Gronning.
• Philipsburg 58, Valley Christian 30: The Prospectors ran out to a 32-14 lead by halftime and kept up the momentum to improve to 7-2, 9-3. Rachel Ward scored 23 for Philipsburg and Montannah Piar scored 15. The Eagles (2-6, 2-9) were led by Carmandee Coghlan with 13 and Lanaya Gedney with 10.
• St. Regis 63, Noxon 46: The Tigers scored 28 points in the fourth quarter to get the win over the Red Devils at home. Bailey Hutchinson scored 14 points and both Shylah Dalka and Averie Burnham scored 11 each. Noxon's Emily Brown led all scorers with 22 and Aubrey Erwin added 10.
• Superior 64, Two Eagle River 41: The Bobcats remain undefeated in conference with their road victory and improved to 7-0, 10-1. Isabella Pereira scored 19 points to lead Superior; Darby Haskins scored 15 and Molly Patko scored 12. Two Eagle River was led by Sarah Gardipe with 20 points.
• Yellowstone County Homeschool 49, Gallatin Valley Homeschool 19: Angel Wipf led Yellowstone County past Gallatin Valley with 33 points. Lily Shockley led Gallatin with eight points.
47: Delray Lilley, Poplar
36: Conlan Kerfoot, Sunburst
34: Caleb Ball, St. Regis
34: Jarrett Wilson, Polson
33: Eva Yeadon, Big Sandy
33: Angel Wipf, Yellowstone County Homeschool
32: Kade Erickson, Broadview-Lavina
31: Claire Bucklin, Sunburst
29: Nate Nogenson, Shields Valley
28: Tailey Harris, Lockwood
28: Dougie Peoples, Butte Central
27: Braedon Gunlock, Bigfork
27: Tytan Hanson, St. Labre
27: Juliun Benson, Wolf Point
27: Alexus Seymour, Chinook
26: Alaina Barger, Cascade
26: Kale Annis, Centerville
26: Gio Horner, Missoula Loyola
25: Bridger Salvevold, Culbertson
25: Tyler Anderson, Libby
24: Jeff Tjelde, Fairview
24: Koye Rindal, Melstone
24: Ciaran McKevitt, Fromberg
24: Beau Beery, Circle
24: Kody Strutz, Big Sandy
23: Zoran LaFrombois, St. Ignatius
23: Jace Dunkel, Winnett-Grass Range
23: Eva Wagoner, Big Sandy
23: Malea Egan, Colstrip
23: Jaxon Gallagher, Absarokee
23: Zayne Hert, Colstrip
23: Noah Haffey, Missoula Loyola
23: Paige Wasson, Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale
23: Rachel Ward, Philipsburg
22: Wyatt Ree, Wibaux
22: Mikey Jaynes, Dodson
22: Elijah Lenihan, Lustre Christian
22: Bryce Grebe, Melstone
22: Abigail DeRennaux, Red Lodge
22: Emily Brown, Noxon
21: Connor Sullivan, Sunburst
21: Mykal Anderson, Colstrip
21: Alex Strickland, Bainville
21: Payton Levine, Augusta
21: Hunter Sharbono, Fairview
20: Lily Herzog, Reed Point-Rapelje
20: Dakota Krass, Turner
20: Halle Fitzgerald, Dillon
20: Solan Medicine Bull, St. Labre
20: Jada Davis, Bozeman Gallatin
20: Eli Hunter, Bozeman Gallatin
20: Jacob Kuka, Valier
20: Taryn Searle, Hamilton
20: Braydon Cline, Big Sandy
20: Landen Schilling, Terry
20: Brody Rasor, Drummond
20: Colter Charlesworth, East Helena
20: Sarah Gardipe, Two Eagle River