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• Blake Thelen and Kyle Torgerson scored 12 points each to help Great Falls knock off No. 5 Great Falls CMR 43-41 in Eastern AA action. Brendan Lindseth and Keegan Barnes had 12 points each for CMR, which led 32-26 after three quarters but was outscored 17-9 in the fourth by the Bison.
• Dylan Holst had 17 points to lead five players in double figures as No. 1 Missoula Hellgate rolled past Helena Capital 70-51 in Western AA action. Fisher Richardson and Bridger Deden added 13 apiece for the Knights. Trevor Swanson had 13 for the Bruins, who also got 12 from Shane Haller.
• Stephen Bridges led with 12 points and Andrew Siderius chipped in with 11 as Kalispell Flathead built a big early lead and held on to slip past Missoula Big Sky 51-48 in Western AA play. Daniel Morin had 14 points to lead the Eagles, and Camdyn LaRance and Andrew Gardanier each added 11.
• Michael Haverfield’s 30 points helped Dillon earn a 68-37 conference win over Belgrade. Jake Klonsinski led Belgrade with 21 points, and Bradley Rakich scored 10 for Dillon, which led 34-13 at halftime.
• Lee Walburn had a big night with 29 points as Whitefish rolled to a 33-19 halftime lead en route to a 60-45 victory over Columbia Falls in Northwestern A play. Drew Morgan's 23 points led the Wildcats.
• Logan Gilliard scored 29 points and Clayton Reichenbach added 11 as top-ranked Bigfork bounced back from its first loss in two seasons to steamroll Thompson Falls 63-31. The Vikings (8-1), who rolled to a 24-7 first quarter lead, got 14 assists from Anders Epperly. Grand Lundberg scored 17 for T-Falls. Bigfork was the undefeated state champion a year ago.
• Keeley Bake had 17 points and Dawson Allen had 16 as Fairfield had no trouble with Conrad 75-46. For Conrad, Caden Huntsinger had 11 points and Carson Bitney and Blake Larson added 10 apiece.
• Sayer Patton had 25 points, 10 rebounds and six assists and surpassesd 1,500 points for his career as Choteau ran past Cut Bank 68-47.
• Aaron Waddle scored 13 points as Alberton-Superior nipped Valley Christian 46-44. For Valley Christian, Eyan Becker and Riley Reimer had 12 ponits each.
• Garrett Diekhans topped all scorers with 21 points, Damon Bird added 12 and Logan Giles had 11 for Fort Benton in a 64-45 romp over Chester-Joplin-Inverness. Leading C-J-I was Spencer Richter with 17.
• Hot Springs got 21 points from Brandon Knudsen on its way to a 43-35 win over St. Regis, which was led by 14 points from Caleb Ball.
• Rod Schaff scored 23 points, Cameron Hickson 17 and Aidan Payne 16 for Broadview-Lavina in a 61-38 victory over Roberts. Joe Allen's 12 points led the Rockets.
• Luke Cima was high scorer with 22 points for Harrison-Willow Creek in a 56-53 loss to Ennis. Vern Homner added 12 for Harrison-Willow Creek. No stats were available for Ennis.
• Bryce Birgenheier had 18 points and Maverick McKinlay added 13 as Geraldine-Highwood rebounded in overtime to defeat Belt 52-49 after watching a nine-point halftime lead slip away. Aiden McDaniel led the Huskies with 22 points and Hunter Vogl contributed 13.
• Sydney Sheridan scored 15 points, Paige Bartsch added 12 and Megan Lindbo contributed 10 for No. 3 Helena Capital improved 7-0 with a 54-44 victory over Missoula Hellgate in a Western AA game. Emma Blakely led the Knights with 19 points.
• Kyndall Keller topped all scorers with 18 points and Katie Wirtzenberger chipped in with 11 as No. 1 Havre (9-0) extended its winning streak to 33 games with a 53-41 victory over No. 5 Browning (7-2). Walker Running Crane, Tamika Guardipee and Chalissa Kipp all had 10 points for the Indians.
• Bailey Christensen scored a team-high 11 points and made a key three-point play late as Belgrade defeated Dillon 47-42 for its fifth consecutive victory.
• Lakia Hill had 17 points, Ryley Kehr 15 and Trista Cowan 13 as No. 3 Columbia Falls remained unbeaten (10-0) with a 61-27 Northwestern A shellacking of Whitefish. Payton Kastella led the Bulldogs with 13.
• Jaycee Frydenlund led with 15 points and Madi Seifter added 11 as Cut Bank squeezed past Choteau 46-45 after playing an even fourth quarter. The game's top scorer was Choteau's Whitney Durocher, who had 19 points. Teammate Anna Jamison had 13.
• Makenna Liles led four players in double figures with 17 points for Florence in a 66-53 win over Class A Corvallis. Rilee Mangun had 15, Danielle Zahn 14 and Joey Janetski 13 for Florence. Madeline Gilder led the Blue Devils with 19 and Calla Halderson added 11.
• Destynee Two Moons scored 29 points to carry St. Labre past Colstrip 58-37.
• Joelnell Momberg poured in 37 points and Lilly Gopher added 14 as top-ranked Box Elder raced past Turner 88-59. Eve The Boy contributed 10 for the Bears. Sarah Billmayer scored 17 and Shyann Krass 16 for the Tornadoes.
• A 15-5 fourth quarter lifted Hot Springs to a 38-34 conference win over St. Regis. McKennzie Cannon led Hot Springs with 14 points, and St. Regis’ Madison Kelly scored a game-high 16.
• Marni Schieffer had a game-high 15 points and Odessia Linwood chipped in 10 for Wibaux in a 49-26 victory over Plevna. Chloe Tudor's 12 points led Plevna.
• Leann Gannon and Aspen Giese each scored 13 points to lead a balanced attack as No. 2 Fort Benton trounced Chester-Joplin-Inverness 72-17. Eleven players scored for the Longhorns. Tatum Hull had 11 for C-J-I.
• Sydney Hill's 24 points led the way and Hattie Faugue did her part with 16 as Great Falls Central raced to a 66-34 win over Dutton-Brady. Grace Weber's 22 points represented more than two-thirds of her team's total.
• Kimberly Bear led all scorers with 17 points as Roberts overcame Broadview-Lavina 44-14.
• Brooke Schraner and Shelby Paulson had 12 points, Morgan Cooper added 11 and Kolby Pimperton finished with 10 to guide No. 4 Belt to an easy 59-14 win over Geraldine-Highwood.
37: Joelnell Momberg, Box Elder
30: Michael Haverfield, Dillon
29: Logan Gilliard, Bigfork
29: Destynee Two Moons, St. Labre
29: Lee Walburn, Whitefish
25: Sayer Patton, Choteau
24: Sydney Hill, Great Falls Central
23: Rod Schaff, Broadview-Lavina
23: Drew Morgan, Columbia Falls
22: Grace Weber, Dutton-Brady
22: Luke Cima, Harrison-Willow Creek
22: Aiden McDaniel, Belt
21: Garrett Diekhans, Fort Benton
21: Brandon Knudsen, Hot Springs