Basketball Libby boys slip past Polson, 48-42

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LIBBY — The Loggers won a tight Northwest A boys basketball contest against the Polson Pirates on Saturday, 48-42 with three players scoring in double digits.

Ryggs Johnston led all scorers with 20 points, while Jay Beagle scored 12 and Keith Johnson 10 points for Libby (11-7, 4-6).

Ryker Wenderoth paced Polson (7-11, 5-5) with 15 points.

Libby led 12-3 and 22-17 after the first two quarters.

Polson 3 14 12 13 – 42

Libby 12 10 12 14 – 48

POLSON – Ryker Wenderoth 15, Robin Erickson 6, Parker Toth 3, Bo Kelley 5, Colton Graham 6, Trevor Lake 2, Micah Askan 5.

LIBBY – JJ Davis 3, Chandler Bower 1, Ryggs Johnston 20, Jay Beagle 12, Keith Johnson 10, Kevin Barnes 2.

Browning 70,

Columbia Falls 47

BROWNING – Tyree Whitcomb led a balanced Browning scoring attack as the Indians rolled to an easy Northwest A victory over the Columbia Falls Wildcats.

Whitcomb scored 19 points for the Indians (17-1, 10-0), who led 36-19 at the half. Ethan Running Crane added 16 points.

For the Wildcats (3-15, 1-9), Sam Hovde scored a team-high 17 and Danny Henjum scored eight points.

Columbia Falls 10 9 8 20 – 47

Browning 18 23 10 11 – 70

COLUMBIA FALLS – Sam Hovde 17, Danny Henjum 8, Drew Morgan 6, Dillon Shipp 6, Zach Fletcher 4, William Dyon 3, Logan Bechtel 2, Brad Nevis 1.

BROWNING – Tyree Whitcomb 19, Ethan Running Crane 16, Rylee Spoonhunter 15, Deion Mad Plume 8, Derek Sharp 4, John Deroche 2, Latrell Bullchild 2, CJ Smith 2, Brant Bremner 1, Blayne Deroche 1.

Big Sky 61, Glacier 47

Visiting Missoula Big Sky knocked off the Glacier Wolfpack led by Camdyn LaRance’s game-high 19 points in a Western AA matchup.

Michael Schwarz paced the Wolfpack with 16 points and KJ Johnson scored 12.

Dan Morin added 10 points for Big Sky.

Big Sky 1 8 13 17 13 – 61

Glacier 14 5 20 8 – 47

BIG SKY– Camdyn La Rance 19, Dan Morin 10, Gabe Bailey 2, Brady Tabish 7, Andrew Gardanier 21, Dillon Broere 2.

GLACIER – Drew Deck 9, Ethan Baines 2, KJ Johnson 12, Weston Price 1, Cole Crosby 2, Drew Engellant 2, Michael Schwarz 16, Bret Michaels 3.

Bigfork at Anaconda

Cancelled due to weather.

Girls

Libby 52, Polson 17

LIBBY – Jayden Winslow scored a game-high 26 points as the Lady Loggers routed Polson in Northwest A play.

Libby (11-7, 5-5), led 39-6 after the half and kept building a lead.

McKenzie Proffitt added eight points for the Loggers.

For Polson (0-18, 0-10), Sharmaine Zompel and Olivia Perez shared the scoring lead with four points each.

Polson 2 4 4 7 – 17

Libby 18 21 8 5 – 52

POLSON – Lisa Costilla 3, Megan Rost 2, Alex Pierre 2, Natasha Gravelle 2, Sharmaine Zompel 4, Olivia Perez 4.

LIBBY – Alli Collins 3, Emma Gruber 4, Samantha Miller 3, Jayden Winslow 26, Sammee Bradeen 6, McKenzie Proffitt 8, Olivia Gilliam Smith 1, Taylor Holm 1.

FValley Home School 49, Stillwater Christian 37

The Flathead Valley Home School Crusaders edged the Stillwater Christian Cougars, led by Elizabeth Buckner’s 19 points.

Codi Kenney added 15 points for the Crusaders.

Helen Hashley led the Cougars with 12 points and Marae Tintzman scored nine.

Stillwater Christian 11 4 9 13 – 37

FVHS 14 12 10 12 – 49

STILLWATER – Cora Boll 7, Asiah Brockington 1, Marae Tintzman 9, Madison Morken 4, Sophia Sulzbacher 1, Helen Hashley 12, Selah Neumann 1, Abigail Hudson.

FVHS – Codi Kenney 15, Britney Howery 1, Elizabeth Buckner 19, Corey Connerly 2, Stralen Davis 4, Makaila Burlingame 8.

Glacier 51, Big Sky 27

MISSOULA – Glacier held Big Sky scoreless in the opening quarter en route to an easy Western AA victory.

Kali Gulick led Glacier offensively with 11 points.

Glacier 8 15 9 19— 51

Missoula Big Sky 0 5 13 9— 27

Missoula Big Sky — Corbyn Sandau 5, Avari Batt 9, Mia Sandau 4, TiLynn McGreevey 0, Chasity Foote 6, Abbe Feilzer 0, Mia Sandan 0, Corbyn Sandan 0, Aaliyah Big Lake 0, Demi Smith 2, Lynell Shepherd 1.

Glacier — Kali Gulick 11, Kaileigh Crawford 8, Kenzie Williams 2, Aubrie Rademacher 3, Abi Manger 5, Aubry Grame 2, Emma Anderson 6, Raley Shirey 6, Ellie Keller 8.

Anaconda at Bigfork

Cancelled due to weather.

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