HOOPS ROUNDUP: C-Falls girls roll by Ronan

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COLUMBIA FALLS — Balanced scoring carried Columbia Falls to an easy 73-40 Northwest A Conference girls basketball victory over Ronan on Friday.

Columbia Falls led 32-17 at intermission and 54-32 heading into the final eight minutes of play.

Hannah Gedlaman topped Columbia Falls in scoring with 21 points. Dani Douglas checked in with 18 points while Ryley Kehr and Trista Cowan both had 11.

Ronan’s leader was Micalann McCrea with 17.

Ronan 10 7 15 8 — 40

Columbia Falls 18 14 22 19 — 73

Ronan — Micalann McCrea 17, Gabby Wirz 1, Tiana Ulutoa 6, Regan Clairmont 3, Jaelynn Askan 2, Kieauna DeRoche 2, Louetta Conko Camel 3, Madeline McCrea 2, Kianna Finley 4.

Columbia Falls — Dani Douglas 18, Savvy Ellis 9, Lakia Hill 3, Hannah Gedlaman 21, Ryley Kehr 11, Trista Cowan 11.

Libby 46, Whitefish 23

LIBBY — Jayden Winslow netted 19 points and Shannon Reny added 12 for the bulk of Libby’s offense in a lopsided victory over Whitefish in a Northwest A Conference contest on Thursday.

Libby outscored Whitefish 33-13 in the second half to blow the game open.

Winslow scored nine points in the third quarter and 12 in the final half.

Annisa Brown was Whitefish’s leading scorer with six points.

Libby had four 3s in the game by four different players and went 10 of 19 from the free-throw line.

Whitefish 4 6 8 5 — 23

Libby 7 6 15 18 — 46

WHITEFISH — Hope Brown 4, Claire Carloss 2, Kaiah Moore 2, Ashton Ramsey 2, Annisa Brown 6, Payton Kastella 3, Marlee Bender 4.

LIBBY — Emma Gruber 1, Alli Collins 3, Samantha Miller 5, Jayden Winslow 19, Sammee Bradeen 3, McKensie Proffitt 2, Shannon Reny 12, Brooklyn Rainer 1.

Boys

Ronan 59,

Columbia Falls 56 (OT)

COLUMBIA FALLS — Ronan outscored Columbia Falls 7-4 in overtime to pick up the Northwest A Conference win.

Anthony Camel dropped in 35 points to pace Ronan, and all scorers.

Dallas Durheim added 10 for the victors.

Quintin Schriver tallied 18 points for Columbia Falls, Lowell Panasuk finished with 11 and Drew Mogan 10.

Columbia Falls rallied with a strong second half to force the extra session.

Ronan 13 18 12 9 7— 59

Columbia Falls 15 7 16 14 4 — 56

Ronan — Zeke Misa 6, Bryant Hales 3, Nate Dennis 3, Zarec Couture 2, Dallas Durheim 10, Anthony Camel 35.

Columbia Falls — Austin Green 9, Drew Morgan 10, Lowell Panasuk 11, Quintin Schriver 18, Logan Bechtel 2, Matthew Morrison 6.

Browning 61, Polson 49

POLSON — Browning used a fast start to top Polson (3-4, 1-1) in a Northwest A Conference contest.

Browning jumped in front 18-6 after the first quarter and led 25-20 at the half.

Brandon Aimsback led Browning in scoring with 17 points.

Shade Main scored 14 for Polson.

Browning 18 7 20 16 — 61

Polson 6 14 10 19 — 49

BROWNING — Nano Stiffarm 9, Derek Loring 5, C.J. Smith 6, Peyton Crawford 7, Justin Bird 2, Tyree Whitcomb 11, Latrall Bullchild 4, Brandon Aimsback 17.

POLSON — Asa Askan 3, Robin Erickson 2, Connor Lanier 10, Shade Main 14, Trevor Schultz 10, Sam Schultz 5, Weston Danley 5.

Record 3-4 1-1 in league

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