Lodge Grass vs. Fairfield

Lodge Grass' Tyressa Pretty On Top drives toward the basket as Fairfield's Madison Rosenbaum defends Saturday at First Interstate Arena at MetraPark.

Editor's note: Full Court Press will be updated as we receive results. 

Boys Basketball

Class AA

Beckett Arthur had a big day with 20 points and Cayvey LaRance backed him with 10 for No. 3 Missoula Hellgate in a 54-40 triumph over Kalispell Glacier. The Knights led by only four at halftime but created breathing room with a 15-11 third quarter and pulled away from there. Keifer Spoonhunter scored 10 points, and Jaxson Olsen and Weston Price added nine apiece for the Wolfpack.

Billy Kelly scored 17 points, Jake Olson added 15 and Butte used a huge fourth quarter to rally past Kalispell Flathead 60-49. Kenley Leary added 10 for the Bulldogs, who outscored the Braves 25-13 over the final eight minutes after trailing by one. Gabe Adams scored 15, Ethan VandenBosch 11 and Ezra Epperly 10 for Flathead. 

Alex Germer paved the way with 18 points and No. 1 Missoula Sentinel started slow but built a head of steam in the second quarter en route to thumping Helena Capital 68-51. Tony Frohlich-Fair added 17 and Hayden Kolb 12 for the Spartans, who led by two points after one quarter but built the gap to 12 at halftime. Hayden Opitz scored 14 and Brayden Koch 10 for the Bruins. 

Kade Olson scored 11 points, Dayne Jarrett added 10 and Missoula Big Sky held off a late Helena push for a 56-44 win. Jake Gardanier added nine for the Eagles, who led by seven after one quarter and put away the game with a 25-7 third quarter. Kaden Huot led the Bengals with 12 points. 

Class A

Jace Fitzgerald scored 13 points, Cole Truman added 12 and top-ranked Dillon fended off a stiff challenge from Hamilton 43-41. Jonathan Kirkley scored eight for the unbeaten Beavers, who led by one at halftime and four after three quarters. Austin Drake scored 15 points and Tyler Burrows 10 for the Broncs. 

Kellen Detrick scored 19 points in helping visiting Havre win at No. 4 Lewistown 59-49. The Blue Ponies also received 10 points from Caden Jenkins. Havre led 30-27 at halftime, then widen its advantage with a 13-5 spurt in the third quarter. Lewistown got 17 points from Fischer Brown and 10 from Jalen Robinson.

Bryson Sestrich poured in 23 points and Dougie Peoples provided 13 as Butte Central jumped to a 13-point halftime lead and held off Corvallis 61-48. Kyle Holter added nine for the Maroons. Tanner Jessop topped the Blue Devils with 14 points, and Cole Trexler added nine.

Colton Graham's 19 points led the way and No. 2 Polson kept rolling with a 55-44 victory at Libby. A 17-6 second quarter was the difference for the Pirates, who received seven points apiece from Xavier Fisher and Darian Williams. Caden Williams scored 19 and Jay Beagle 10 for the Loggers. 

• Ronan nearly doubled up Stevensville with a 67-38 home win. Girma Detwiler scored 16 points and Leonard Burke added 15 for the Chiefs.

Class B

• No. 1 Lodge Grass beat No. 5 Fairfield 85-84 in triple overtime at First Interstate Arena at MetraPark in Billings in a showdown between last year's state co-champions. Lodge Grass’s Damon Gros Ventre led all players with 27 points, Malachi Little Nest scored 15, Ty Moccasin had 14 and Jadence Archilta added 10 for the Indians (11-3). Gavin Mills led Fairfield (10-5) with 23 points, Kaelob Flores scored 17 and Daniel Faith added 15.

• Kooper Oxarart was unstoppable with 38 points as Malta rolled past Harlem 77-54. Oxarart had 25 by halftime and 33 after three quarters. Rex Williamson added 17 points and Connor Tuss 12 for the Mustangs. 

Keenan Russell led the way with 15 points, Raef Konzen added 12 and Missoula Loyola held off a fourth-quarter Anaconda push for a 51-41 victory. Parker Pratt scored eight for the Rams, who led by 16 entering the final eight minutes. Braedon Sawyer scored 19 and Eli Saltenberger 12 for the Copperheads. 

Joe Demontiney led three players in double figures with 16 points and Rocky Boy put nine players in the scoring column in a 74-26 thumping of Choteau. Joe Standing Rock added 13 points and Teague Stump 10 for the Stars, who led by 22 at halftime and upped the margin to 38 after three quarters. 

Ozzie King had the hot hand with 20 points and Aidan Thompson was right there with 19 to lead No. 9 Deer Lodge over Arlee 76-50. Logan Nicholson added 15 and Brodey Freeman had 10 for the Wardens, who led 25-11 after one quarter. Ben Harlow scored 14 for the Warriors.

Caden Holgate and Tate Bowler were a potent one-two punch with 22 points apiece and No. 3 Manhattan got back on the winning track with an 80-58 rout of Big Timber. The Tigers led by four after one quarter and built the margin to 11 by halftime. Codee Mehus and Connor Gisecke scored 11 points apiece for the Herders. 

Beau Neal pumped in 26 points and JP Briney added 17 as No. 8 Florence-Carlton started fast and finished off Eureka 73-56. Levi Posey added 11 and the Falcons soared to a 10-point first-quarter lead before padding it to 27 by halftime. Danny Dunn and TJ Carr scored 12 apiece for the Lions, and Gavin Bates added 11.

Logan Leck and Rhett Reynolds had 14 points apiece in No. 4 Shelby's 50-40 victory at Class C No. 3 and previously unbeaten Belt. Shelby led 26-25 at halftime, but widened its margin to 38-31 after three quarters. Reynolds scored six of his points in the final quarter. Aidan McDaniel finished with nine points for Belt.

Colby Martinez led the way with 22 points and Caden Meier chipped in with 12 as Columbus pulled away in the fourth quarter for a 56-48 triumph over Three Forks. The Cougars outscored the Wolves by six in the final eight minutes. Owen Long scored 21 and Austin Allen 18 for Three Forks. 

• No. 10 Bigfork wrapped up the Western 7B title by scoring a 67-60 victory against Thompson Falls for its eighth consecutive win. Bryce Gilliard came through with 21 points and Cormac Benn added 15 for the Vikings (10-2, 7-1), who led 38-31 at the half and 51-41 after three quarters. Justin Morgan paced the Blue Hawks (11-3, 6-2) with 14 points, Kade Pardee added 12 and Nathan Schraeder 11. The win avenged an 81-75 home loss to Thompson Falls on Jan. 12; that is still the Vikings' last loss.

Class C

Cooper Frank and Baylor Pospisil scored 13 points apiece and No. 7 Bridger needed a fourth-quarter push to nip Plenty Coups 50-47 and remain perfect on the season. Quin Gillespie and Rod Zentner added nine apiece for the Scouts, who trailed 42-37 entering the fourth quarter. Irvin Crow scored 16 and Cyrus Caufield 12 for the Warriors.

• A 22-point performance by Matthew Kaiser helped No. 6 Twin Bridges to a 72-30 victory over Gardiner. Charlie Kruer added 15 points and Riky Puckett had 10 for the Falcons. Kaiser also grabbed five rebounds. Evan Geungerich had 11 points to lead Gardiner, and teammate John McDonald pulled down 10 rebounds.

• In an overtime shootout, Brand Ostler poured in 33 points and Ian Swanson nearly kept pace with 27 as Ennis rallied from seven down in the fourth quarter to tie it and then won 80-76 over Shields Valley. Only four players scored for the Rebels, but all reached double figures: Dylan Flatt with 33, Aidan Jenkins 22, Cole Flatt 11 and James Collins 10.

William Sanguins scored 18 points and Kade Erickson provided 12 as Broadview-Lavina dug out of an early hole and rallied past Reed Point-Rapelje 53-29. Connor Glennie added eight for the Pirates, who trailed by eight points after the first quarter and four at halftime. Broadview-Lavina outscored the Renegades 35-7 in the second half. Chase Keating scored 16 to lead Reed Point-Rapelje.

Rylan Doheny led three players in double figures and Dutton-Brady pulled away in the fourth quarter for a 55-47 triumph over Valier. Tyler Ellsworth added 14 and Tyce Erickson 10 for the DiamondBacks, who led by a point entering the final eight minutes. Brett Stoltz scored 16 and Brody Connelly 15 for the Panthers.

Mayson Palen scored 14 points, Andrew Tallon chipped in with 11 and Philipsburg had 13 players score in a 69-34 romp over Lincoln. Andrew Brown scored 16 to lead the Lynx. 

Kody Strutz and Brayden Cline scored 23 points apiece in Big Sandy's 88-54 win against Hays-Lodgepole. A 23-point second quarter put the Pioneers ahead 42-31 by halftime. It was 68-41 after three quarters. Cline had 13 points by halftime, and Strutz had 11. The game's top scorer was Tyshawn Shambo of Hays-Lodgepole with 29, with 22 coming during the first half.

Colton Young was a one-man show with 28 points and Absarokee broke away from a tie entering the fourth quarter to down Roberts 50-40. Luke Cavendar added nine and Taytin Young eight for the Huskies. Owen Wallila scored 17 and Joe Allen 16 for the Rockets. 

Zarek Jones was the game's high scorer with 16 points and Kadin Racine provided 12 as Dodson rolled to a 16-point halftime lead and fended off Lustre Christian 53-35. Jeramiah Benson added nine for the Coyotes. Kolden Hoversland led Lustre with 11 points, and Kaleb Hoversland chipped in with nine.

Dillon Gee led the way with 21 points and Marcus Mader backed him with 19 as Broadus fell behind in the first quarter and then pushed past Terry 61-44. Johnny Richards added nine for Broadus, which outscored the Terriers 19-8 in the second quarter for a seven-point halftime lead. Philippe Landwehr scored 11 and Wes Braddock eight for Terry.

• No. 5 Valley Christian earned its second win in as many days, this time at Drummond 69-46. Billy Boone scored 17 points, and Brennan Cox and Riley Reimer added 16 to lead the Eagles. Samuel Bryant scored 14 for the Trojans.

• Top-ranked Scobey remained unbeaten after winning 72-34 at Class B Wolf Point. The visitors were sparked by the 19 points of Aidan Fishell and the 18 provided by Parker Cromwell. Teammate Jayce Tande added 11. Antone Manning scored 25 of the Wolves' 34 points. Scobey outscored Wolf Point 38-14 in the middle two quarters.

Derrick Christensen scored 10 points and Wyatt Lackner eight for Noxon as the Red Devils won a 38-37 nail-biter from Hot Springs. Noxon trailed by five after one quarter, led by one at halftime and trailed by one entering the final quarter. Jack McAllister and Mario Garcia had 10 apiece for the Savage Heat. 

Dallin Nelson led the way with 21 points and No. 10 Simms overcame a slow start to rout Sunburst 71-47 and remain unbeaten on the season. Caden Smerker added 15 points and Kaidin Thibert 11 for the Tigers, who led by four at halftime. Cade Hansen scored 15, Stanley Jarvis 13 and Josh Kearns 12 for the Refiners. 

Jace Thompson had a team-high 22 points and Hayden Diekhans added 15 to lead No. 8 Fort Benton over No. 9 Chinook 64-61. Devin Bird scored 10 for the Longhorns, who trailed by three points entering the fourth quarter. Reese Elliot led all scorers with 26 for the Sugarbeeters, and Ethan Bell provided 18.

Beau Simonson was on fire with 29 points and Logan Idler had nine in Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale's 65-22 rout of Frazer. Nine players scored for the Mavericks. John Hotomanie led the Bearcubs with 12 points. 

Cade Cathey's 17 points led the way as Sheridan toppled Lima 46-32. Lane Poirier added 10 for the Panthers, who took a five-point lead into the fourth quarter before outscoring the Bears 16-7. Walker Nygren and Jacen Haws scored 11 apiece for Lima.

Jace Balbach scored 15 points, Ace Becker added 13 and Denton-Geyser-Stanford mounted a big second-half comeback to down Centerville 56-50 in overtime. The Bearcats trailed by 11 points entering the fourth quarter but outscored the Miners 21-10 in regulation to tie it and then 12-5 in OT. Chaz Dilley led all scorers with 20 for Centerville, which also received 14 from Keegan Klasner

Girls Basketball

Class AA

Alex Covill led a balanced offense with 12 points and No. 1 Missoula Hellgate remained unbeaten with a rugged 43-34 win over Kalispell Glacier. Bailee Sayler added nine for the Knights, who held a four-point lead before sneaking away in a 14-9 fourth quarter. Ellie Keller scored 18 for the Wolfpack, but no other player scored more than five points. 

• Taylee Chirrick scored 21 points and Sydney Pierce added 14 as No. 3 Billings West won again, 56-35 over No. 5 Bozeman. Chirrick scored 14 first-half points, including West’s final six of the first quarter, to push the Bears from an 8-6 deficit to a 32-16 lead by halftime. The freshman also had team highs in rebounds (6) and steals (5). Gabby Klein scored 11 points and Avery Burkhart had 10 for the Hawks. West improved to 10-0, and their average margin of victory is 32.7 points.

Lauren Lindseth came up big with 21 points and Shania Gardipee chipped in with 11 to lead Great Falls CMR past Belgrade 64-45. Alex Madsen added nine for the Rustlers, who led by four after one quarter and 11 at halftime. Grace Garvert led the Panthers with 13 points, and Naomi Reanier provided 11.

Dani Bartsch had a big night with 22 points, Mara McGinley provided 15 more and Jaymee Sheridan backed them with 13 for No. 2 Helena Capital in a 65-38 romp over Missoula Sentinel. Brooke Stayner scored 13 and Challis Westwater eight for the Spartans. 

• Billings Skyview erupted for 57 points in the second and third quarters and the fourth-ranked Falcons went on to beat Bozeman Gallatin 74-26. Brooke Berry led the way for the Falcons with 21 points. Cami Harris and MG Spotted Bear both had 11 points. Makinlee Naffziger and Kaya Calder scored six points each to lead Gallatin. Skyview stats were not reported. Skyview led 8-3 after the first quarter but built that to 65-21 by the end of the third quarter.

MacKenzie Tutty led with 15 and Kodie Hoagland was right behind her with 14 as Butte overpowered Kalispell Flathead 48-35 on the strength of a 20-7 third quarter. Clare Converse scored 10 and Maddy Moy eight for the Bravettes. 

Class A

Ainsley Shipman scored 12 points and Dillon broke away from a two-point halftime deficit and defeated Hamilton 39-29. The Beavers led by five entering the fourth quarter. Layne Kearns led all scorers with 14 for the Broncs.

• No. 2 Havre got a game-high 19 points from Yelena Miller and 11 more from Lacy Waid in a 65-26 victory over Lewistown. Sadie Filius chipped in eight for the victorious Blue Ponies. Aniya Ross’ six points led Lewistown. Brooke Weinheimer had five for the Eagles.

Isabelle Erickson drained 20 points and Mya Hansen added 15 to give No. 1 Billings Central a 63-32 dispatching of Glendive. Jillian Litwiller scored 16 and Madison Wahl eight for the Red Devils. 

Riley Boltz and Taylor Boltz scored 14 points apiece and Libby pulled away in the second half for a 48-32 win over Polson. Kinzee Boehmler added 10 for the Loggers, who led by four points at intermission. Mossy Kauley scored eight and SaVanna Carpentier seven for the Pirates. 

• No. 4 Columbia Falls received double-doubles from Hannah Schweikert (22 points, 10 rebounds) and Lauren Falkner (11 points, 10 rebounds) in a 62-46 victory over Browning that kept the Wildkats perfect on the season. LaKia Hill had 15 points and Maddie Robison 10 for C-Falls. Mecca Bullchild scored nine for the Indians. 

Madeline Gilder scored 15 points and Jenna Jordan backed her with 13 as Corvallis jumped to a seven-point lead after one quarter and kept it that way for a 50-43 conquest of Butte Central. Maddie Kump scored 11 points, and Taylor Harrington and Brooke Badovinac added 10 apiece for the Maroons. 

Class B

Megan Baxter popped in 19 points and Faith Frields helped with 11 for No. 7 Thompson Falls in a 60-53 triumph over No. 10 Bigfork. Jody Detlaff added eight for the Blue Hawks, who led by 13 entering the fourth quarter. Emma Berreth led all scorers with 26 points and Callie Martinz had 10 for the Valkyries.

Brooklyn Wyllie scored nine points and Columbus spread the scoring wealth in a 43-22 triumph over Three Forks. Payton West added eight points and the Cougars put nine players in the scoring column. Ashlyn Swenson scored seven for the Wolves.

• Lodge Grass beat Fairfield 55-49 for its fourth straight win. Lodge Grass’ Shantell Pretty On Top led all players with 22 points, and Diamond Amyotte added 14 for the Indians (7-7). Emma Woods led the Eagles with 15 points, and Tori Jones scored nine.

Bailey Finn drained 23 points, Hailee Brandon helped with 13 and top-ranked Big Timber kept its perfect season moving along with a breezy 80-33 trouncing of Manhattan. Kameryn Ketcham and Emily Cooley produced nine apiece for the Herders, who led by four points after one quarter but embarked on a 31-6 surge over the next eight minutes. Olleca Severson scored 12 for the Tigers. 

Kyla Bohne scored 12 points, and Michael Shea and Jadyn Pluid added 10 apiece to propel No. 6 Eureka past Florence-Carlton 53-33. Kasidy Yoeman led the Falcons with 11, and Kylie Kovatch added 10.

Allison Kunze pumped in 20 points, Justine Lamb was right behind with 17 and Maddie Williamson provided 12 to power No. 5 Malta past Harlem 73-46. The M-ettes led 20-9 after one quarter. Chloe Messerly scored 16, Taya Trottier 12 and Gabi Bell 10 for the Wildcats. 

• In a showdown of top-10 teams, Mia Sullivan-Sanders scored 14 points and No. 9 Anaconda broke a deadlock after three quarters and surprised No. 3 Missoula Loyola 63-59 in overtime. Megan Reich and Makena Patrick added 13 apiece for the Copperheads in a game that was tied at halftime as well. Lani Walker's 15 points and 11 apiece from Natalie Clevenger and Kelsey Esh paced the Breakers.

• Brayli Reimer scored 14 points and Emma Evenson added 11 for Red Lodge, which built a 14-point lead by halftime and held on to defeat Joliet 48-39. Skyler Wright led all scorers with 22 points and Makenna Bushman helped with eight.

Class C

Mesa Butler and Alexis Hagl scored nine points apiece to lead balanced Harlowton-Ryegate over Fromberg 51-15. Nine players scored for the Engineers, who led by only four at halftime but upped the gap to 17 by halftime. Jaycie Lowery's 10 points paced the Falcons. 

Asha Comings scored 19 points, Rachel Ward added 18 and Philipsburg had little trouble in downing outgunned Lincoln 59-12. Reece Pitcher added 11 for the Prospectors, who allowed three points in each quarter to the Lynx. Jenna Templeton scored six for Lincoln.

• It was a sister act for No. 1 Fort Benton, as Emerson Giese scored 22 points and Aspen Giese produced 20 in a 74-23 drubbing of Chinook. Abby Clark added 12 for the Longhorns, who led 26-8 after one quarter in their first game since suffering a 56-51 to Class A power Havre. Bree Swanson paced the Sugarbeeters with eight points. 

Loni Orcutt paved the way with 14 points and Emma Valdez had 10 to lead Valier to its 61-38 victory over Dutton-Brady. Chloe Sealey had 14 points and Nadely Chapman provided 10 for the DiamondBacks. 

• No. 7 Belt received 11 points from Lindsey Paulson and 10 from Raily Gliko in beating Class B Shelby 38-23. The Huskies led 29-10 at halftime, then survived a scoreless third quarter. Shelby experienced a scoreless second quarter. Maddison Underdal was responsible for 16 of Shelby's 23 points.

Lacey Lawrence scored 13 points, Brooke Murnion provided 12 and Lindsay Lawrence chipped in with 11 as Jordan coasted past Plevna 64-29. Brenna Murnion added nine for the Mustangs, who led 18-5 after one quarter. Chloe Tudor and Jaeda Paul scored 11 apiece for Plevna.

Kaitlyn McColly had her way with 25 points, Jaycee Erickson added 13 and Kelsee Cummings chipped in with 10 to power No. 2 Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale over Frazer 80-5. Justine Smoker had three of Frazer's points. 

Virginia Brown did it all for Victor with 28 points in a 48-33 toppling of Darby. Bella Schicholone added eight for the Pirates, who led by two points entering the fourth quarter and finished with a 18-5 run. Keyia Goodwin scored nine, and Makena Hawkinson and Amber Anderson eight for the Tigers. 

Alexa Reddig drained 25 points and Lustre Christian kept Dodson at arm's length most of the way for a 48-42 win. Aubri Holzrichter added 10 for Lustre, which led by six at halftime. Melony Fetter scored 21 and Kataya Kill Eagle 15 for the Coyotes.

Emmie Collins' game-high 26 points and Trista Finney's 10 led West Yellowstone past White Sulphur Springs 44-38. Eighth-grader Natalie Fisher scored 23 points and Kenzie Hereim added 10 for the Hornets.

Emily Adkins paved the way with 26 points, Hope Buessing helped with 14 and Mya Goltz did her share with 12 points as Bridger edged Plenty Coups 62-59.  

Kenzie Pitts popped in 18 points and Hailey Croft backed her with eight to lead Roberts over Absarokee 55-32. Haley Richardson and Makenzie Walton scored eight apiece for the Huskies. 

Laura Zeitzke had a big night with 26 points — 15 in the first quarter — and Taylee Sawyer did her share with 18 to lead Simms over Sunburst 60-44. Claire Bucklin scored 21 and Jeena Alborano nine for the Refiners. 

Hailey Fiske scored 16 points and Kaytlyn Egge was right with her at 15 as Broadview-Lavina used a big third quarter to down Reed Point-Rapelje 40-36. The Pirates trailed by 11 at halftime but a 16-4 third quarter turned the tide. Lily Herzog scored 13 for the Renegades. 

Gracee Lekvold's 18 points led the way for Scobey, which rallied from a four-point deficit at the end of three quarters to defeat Class B Wolf Point 40-36. Whitley Maher had eight for the Spartans, who outscored the Wolves 17-7 over the final eight minutes. 

Faith Larsen scored 16 points, MacKenzee Fabel added 10 and Sheridan pulled away from Lima in the fourth quarter for a 42-36 triumph. The Panthers led by a point entering the final eight minutes. Gracie Bravo scored 12 and Molly Crafton nine for the Bears. 

Avery Burgess led three players in double figures with 14 points and Noxon cruised past Hot Springs 52-13. Riley Richter scored 11 and Emily Brown 10 for the Red Devils. Brooke Jackson scored five for the Savage Heat.

Allie Dale topped all scorers with 19 points and Lexi Stockett helped with 14 as Twin Bridges rallied from a seven-point halftime deficit to tip Gardiner 55-48. Callie Kaiser provided 12 points for the Falcons, who outscored the Bruins 15-8 in each of the last two quarters. Ellie Reinertson scored 18 points, and Alexis McDonald and Sophia Darr added nine apiece for Gardiner. 

Dakota Auck and Elizabeth Hickey scored 14 points apiece for Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap in a 44-25 toppling of Geraldine-Highwood. Jonna McCullough paced the Rivals with 14 points as well.

20-Point Club

38: Kooper Oxarart, Malta

33: Brand Ostler, Ennis

33: Dylan Flatt, Shields Valley

29: Tyshawn Shambo, Hays-Lodgepole

29: Beau Simonson, Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale

28: Virginia Brown, Victor

28: Colton Young, Absarokee

27: Ian Swanson, Ennis

27: Damon Gros Ventre, Lodge Grass

26: Beau Neal, Florence-Carlton

26: Emma Berreth, Bigfork

26: Emmie Collins, West Yellowstone

26: Emily Adkins, Bridger

26: Laura Zeitzke, Simms

26: Reese Elliot, Chinook

25: Kaitlyn McColly, Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale

25: Alexa Reddig, Lustre Christian

25: Antone Manning, Wolf Point

23: Bailey Finn, Big Timber

23: Kody Strutz, Big Sandy

23: Brayden Cline, Big Sandy

23: Bryson Sestrich, Butte Central

23: Gavin Mills, Fairfield

23: Natalie Fisher, White Sulphur Springs

23: Jace Thompson, Fort Benton

22: Matthew Kaiser, Twin Bridges

22: Caden Holgate, Manhattan

22: Tate Bowler, Manhattan

22: Aidan Jenkins, Shields Valley

22: Shantell Pretty On Top, Lodge Grass

22: Emerson Giese, Fort Benton

22: Dani Bartsch, Helena Capital

22: Skyler Wright, Joliet

22: Colby Martinez, Columbus

22: Hannah Schweikert, Columbia Falls

21: Taylor Chirrick, Billings West

21: Lauren Lindseth, Great Falls CMR

21: Owen Long, Three Forks

21: Melony Fetter, Dodson

21: Brooke Berry, Billings Skyview

21: Bryce Gilliard, Bigfork

21: Dillon Gee, Broadus

21: Dallin Nelson, Simms

21: Claire Bucklin, Sunburst

20: Beckett Arthur, Missoula Hellgate

20: Ozzie King, Deer Lodge

20: Aspen Giese, Fort Benton

20: Isabelle Erickson, Billings Central

20: Allison Kunze, Malta

20: Chaz Dilley, Centerville

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