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Chester/J-I wins three, Chinook sweeps

 

January 14, 2014

Lindsay Brown

Chinook's Katelyn Neibauer, left, is defended by Big Sandy's Molly Herron during a District 9C girls basketball game last Friday night in Chinook.

With the holiday break now in the rearview mirror, area girls high school basketball is in full swing. And tournament time is already just around the corner.

The past week of high school basketball was a full one, as games got started Tuesday and ran all the way through Saturday night.

Last Tuesday night, the Chinook Sugarbeeters continued their unbeaten march by thumping Dodson 77-46. Makhayla Farmer scored a game-high 22 points for the Beeters, but she got plenty of help as Katelyn Neibauer added 15, Brooke Nicholson scored nine and Talya Johnson added eight.

Tuesday night wasn’t as kind to the Harlem Wildcats. In a makeup game, the Malta M-Ettes crushed the Wildcats 62-13 in Malta. Harlem never scored more than four points in a quarter and it couldn’t slow down the M-Ette offense. Techa Ereaux led the Cats with five points.

Action resumed last Thursday night, and it was the start of a big weekend for the Chester/J-I Hawks. C/J-I downed 10C rival Dutton-Brady 48-23 behind 17 points from Haley Harmon and another nine by Erin Wolfe.

The Big Sandy Pioneers were also victorious at home Thursday night. Hosting Hobson, the Pioneers won 54-38. Big Sandy outscored the Tigers 31-9 in the first half and never looked back.

Molly Herron poured in 23 points to pace Big Sandy. Shelby Gasvoda chipped in with nine in the win.

Moving back into 9C play Friday night, the Pioneers became the latest victim on Chinook’s list. In Chinook, the Beeters raced past the Pioneers 69-44. The Pioneers stayed within striking distance through three quarters, but the Beeters closed the game on a 24-10 run.

Makhayla Farmer scored 23 points and pulled down 16 rebounds, while Katelyn Neibauer added 15 and Hannah Weber scored 10 for Chinook. Gasvoda paced Big Sandy with 10 points, while Abby Gregory added seven.

Chester/J-I kept rolling through conference play as well Friday night. In Power, the Hawks blew out the host Pirates 55-16. Denerey Haaland scored a game-high 17 points for C/J-I, while Alixx Goldhahn added 10.

In another 9C showdown Friday night, the Box Elder Bears raced by struggling Hays-Lodge Pole, 77-16 in Hays. Alicia Wolf Chief scored 12 points, while Kiona Gardipee and Stephanie Sutherland each scored 10 for the Bears. Rose Snell tallied 11 points for HLP.

Out of conference play, the Turner Tornadoes had a rough go Friday night as they were drubbed by 7C power Roy-Winifred, 66-23. Turner played well in the first half, but couldn’t keep up with the Outlaws for all four quarters. Ella Billmayer did have a great game for Turner, scoring 18 points.

Rocky Boy also stepped out of conference play to take on Malta Friday night in Rocky Boy, and the M-Ettes continued their torrid pace. Malta started the game on a 25-11 run and overwhelmed the Morning Stars 66-20. Chanal Standing Rock scored 13 points for Rocky Boy in the loss.

In another nonleague game Friday night, the North Star Knights won in Sunburst, 45-22. Tylynn Rettig scored 10 points against the Refiners, while Bettie Carlon chipped in with eight.

The Knights then moved on to their rivalry with Chester/J-I on Saturday night. However, it was the Hawks who out-lasted the Knights 43-33 in Chester. C/J-I trailed 17-14 at the half, but rallied to outscored the Knights 29-16 the rest of the way, and remain unbeaten on the season.

Peyton Cole led all scorers with 13 points, but the Hawks also got 11 from Haley Harmon. North Star was led by Mackenzie Hansen’s 12 points.

Saturday night also saw Harlem lose a heartbreaker to Glasgow, 42-40 in Glasgow. The Wildcats led 18-11 at the break, but the Scotties rebounded in the third quarter. Harlem rallied in the fourth but came up short at the buzzer. Brooke Lavaldo scored 10 points and Monique Doney added eight in the tough loss.

Things weren’t nearly as difficult for Chinook Saturday night. The Beeters had no trouble staying undefeated as they blew out 9C rival Turner, 72-10 in Turner. Makhayla Farmer led the way with 13 points, but Chinook was balanced as 10 different Beeters scored, including Talya Johnson with 11. Four other Beeters added eight points each. Ella Billmayer led Turner with seven points.

Hays-Lodge Pole had as tough a time as Turner did, losing 78-17 at Roy-Winifred. The Thunderbirds are still searching for their first win this season.

TUESDAY

Malta 62, Harlem 13

Harlem 4 4 2 3 -- 13

Malta 13 21 20 8 -- 62

Harlem: Mari Ereaux 3, JayLynn Allen 1, Techa Ereaux 5, Ticia Cliff 4. Totals: 4 4-15.

Malta: Marley Manoukian 2, Sophia Stiles 18, Markelle Lett 4, Hailey Nicholson 7, Mercedes Stiles 7, Rebecca Smith 5, Adrianna Bibeau 2, Darby Schye 17. Totals: 27 6-15.

Total fouls: Harlem 14, Malta 15. Fouled out: Lett. 3-pointers: T. Ereaux, M. Stiles, Smith.

Chinook 77, Dodson 46

Chinook 32 15 17 13 – 77

Dodson 4 21 6 15 – 46

Chinook – Brooke Nicholson 9, Courtney Hofer 3, Hannah Weber 5, Talya Johnson 8, Makhayla Farmer 22, Taylor Neibauer 4, Katelyn Neibauer 16, Tavin Schneider 5, Brooke Elliott 6. Totals: 34 7-12.

Dodson – Jenessa Talks Different 16, Janessa Henry 6, Raven Bear 3, Jessica Parker 19. Totals: 14 13-19.

3-pointers: Hofer, Weber, Talks Different 2, Bear.

THURSDAY

Chester/J-I 48, Dutton-Brady 23

C/J-I 10 13 13 12 -- 48

DB 2 7 6 8 -- 23

C/J-I – Haley Harmon 17, Payton Cole 3, Denerey Haaland 7, Madeline Woods 6, Allie Goldhahn 6, Erin Wolfe 9. Totals: 19 4-14.

Dutton-Brady – Lacey jones 2, Hailee VandenBos 4, Kaity Miller 5, Sierra Johnson 8, Taylor Reeve 1, Davey Thom 3. Totals: 10 5-15.

Total fouls – CJI 12, DB 16. Fouled out – VandenBos. 3-pointers – Harmon 3, Haaland, Goldhahn, Wolfe, Miller, Thom.

Big Sandy 54 Hobson 38

Hobson 5 4 10 19 -- 38

Big Sandy 16 15 16 7 -- 54

Hobson -Brooke Vincent 2, Ember Drivdahl 5, Carolyn Deleo 5, Katie Campbell 7, Madi Kriskovich 4, Devon Hughes 2, Franny Royer Obert 2, Bobbi Abel 5, Jeager Hughes 2, Mariah Estell 4. Totals: 16 5-11.

Big Sandy – Brooke Leader 6, Molly Herron 23, Shayna Gilead 5, Abby Gregory 2, Shelby Gasvoda 9, Maddy Reichelt 2, Katie Cline 4, Michelle Maxwell 3. Totals: 23 4-11.

Total fouls-Hobson 10, BS 15. 3-pointers – Drivdahl, Deleo 2, Herron, Gilead, Gasvoda.

FRIDAY

Roy-Winifred 66, Turner 23

Roy-Winifred 23 15 20 8 -- 66

Turner 10 6 5 2 -- 23

Roy-Winifred – Denae McClure 5, Randi Wichman 9, Lorianne Stulc 25, Hope Berg 14, Sammy Carr 2, Emily Bergum 8, Jada Kananen 3. Totals: 29 5-11.

Turner – Ella Billmayer 18, Rennay Watkins 2, Charley Anderson 3. Totals: 7 8-12.

Total fouls – Roy-Winifred 16, Turner 12. Fouled out – Kristina Conlan. Three pointers – McClure 1, Berg 2, Anderson 1.

Chester/J-I 55, Power 16

Chester/J- 14 14 16 11 -- 55

Power 10 2 2 2 -- 16

C/J-I – Jerica Tempel 2, Haley Harmon 10, Payton Cole 4, Denerey Haaland 17, Madeline Wood 4, Bailey Lesiak 2, Allie Goldhahn 10, Erin Wolfe 6. Totals: 21 9-19.

Power – Tawnie tribby 1, Rachel Pederson 3, Maggie Leighland 1, Ali Willekes 5, Alex Perry 3, Raygen Schmidt 3. Totals: 5 3-12.

Total fouls – CJI 13, Power 18. Fouled out – Joie Beard (POW). 3-pointers – Harmon 2, Haaland 2, Pederson, Willekes, Schmidt.

Chinook 69, Big Sandy 44

Big Sandy 9 12 13 10 -- 44

Chinook 16 13 16 24 -- 49

Big Sandy – Brooke Leader 6, Molly Herron 6, Shanya Gilead 6, Abby Gregory 7, Shelby Gasvoda 10, Kylie Cline 4, Michelle Maxwell 5. Totals: 15 11-20

Chinook – Brooke Nicholson 9, Hannah Weber 10, Talya Johnson 6, Makhayla Farmer 23, Katelyn Neibauer 15, Tavin Schneider 6. Totals: 28 8-17

Total fouls – BS 19, CHI 18. Fouled out – Herron, Maxwell. 3-pointers – Gilead 2, Gasvoda, Nicholson 2, Weber 2, Neibauer.

Malta 66, Rocky Boy 20

Malta 25 6 13 22 -- 66

Rocky Boy 11 4 5 0 -- 20

Malta – Nanoukian 2, Stiles 22, Lett 10, Nicholson 8, M. Stiles 6, Smith 3, Schye 15. Totals: 28 2-7.

Rocky Boy – Jude The Boy 3, Chanel Standing Rock 13, Jurnee LaForge 2, Kylee Raining Bird 2. 7 3-7.

Total fouls – Malta 11, Rocky Boy 9. Fouled out – None. Three pointers – Stiles 1, Smith 1, Standing Rock 1.

Box Elder, 77 Hays-Lodge Pole 16

Box Elder 26 26 10 15 – 7

HLP 5 6 3 2 -- 16

Box Elder – Kiona Gardipee 10, Leilani Gardipee 8, Alicia Woldchief 12, Krista Chiefstick 8, Stephanie Sutherland 10, Maty Boker 2, Sayra Longfox 9, Alyssa LaMere 6, Tia Russell 5, Jaynee Parisian 7. Totals: Not available.

HLP – Cory Carpenter 3, Miguela Perez 2, Rose Snell 11. Totals: Not available.

Total fouls – Not available. Fouled out – None. Three pointers – Wolfchief 1, Longfox 1, Parisian 1, Carpenter 1, Snell 2.

North Star 42, Sunburst 22

North Star 11 13 8 10 -- 42

Sunburst 2 9 4 7 -- 22

North Star – MacKenzie Hansen 7, Delaney Spicher 2, Grayson Spicher 5, Rettig 10, Bettie Carlon 8, Alyssa Gonzer 2, Whitney Wasson 2, Sheridan O'Neil 1, Kierra Miller 5. Totals: 18 4-13.

Sunburst – C. Lindskog 4, Potack 4, K. Hauschulz 2, H. Hauschulz 6, N. Friesen 2, K. Ryan 4. Totals: 10 1-4.

Total fouls – North Star 11, Sunburst 14. Fouled out – K. Hauschulz. Three pointers – hansen 1, G. Spicher 1, Ryan 1.

SATURDAY

Chester/J-I 43, North Star 33

North Star 13 4 7 9 -- 33

C/J-I 8 6 11 18 -- 43

North Star – M. Hansen 12, D. Spicher 1, G. Spicher 2, T. Rettig 4, B. Carlon 6, S. O'Neil 5, K. Lavert 3. Totals: 10 9-20.

C/J-I – Haley Harmon 11, Peyton Cole 13, Denerey Haaland 4, Madeline Woods 5, Allix Goldhahn 6, Erin Wolfe 4. Totals: 17 6-11.

Total fouls – North Star 14, CJI 14. Fouled out – None. Three pointers – Hansen 3, Harmon 2, Goldhahn 1.

Glasgow 42, Harlem 40

Harlem 2 16 6 16 -- 40

Glasgow 12 9 10 11 -- 42

Harlem – Mari Ereaux 2, Techa Ereaux 6, Coco Moore 5, Ticia Cliff 2, Monique Doney 8, Brooke Lavaldo 10, Jaycee Work 7. Totals: 13 10-18.

Glasgow – Amanda Wolff 6, Abbi Kolstad 10, Delaney Holzworth 6, Haylee Redfield 5, Khloe Krumwiede 5, Lexis Synan 1, megan Rasmusan 2, Lanie Hughes 2, Erika Hartsock 5. Totals: 13 14-27.

Total fouls – Harlem 22, Glasgow 18. Fouled out – None. Three pointers – Moore 1, Lavaldo 2, Work 1, Kolstad 1, Redfield 1.

Chinook 72, Turner 10

Chinook 30 13 18 11 -- 72

Turner 3 3 0 4 -- 10

Chinook – Brooke Nicholson 8, Hannah Weber 8, Kelsey Mathon 4, Tayla Johnson 11, Makayla Farmer 13, Taylor Neibauer 4, Katelyn Neibauer 8, Brooke Elliot 6, Tayin Schneider 8, Nicole McCracken 2. Totals: 33 6-13.

Turner – Ella Billmayer 7, Rennay Walkias 1, Lyndsay Hutton 2. Totals: 3 3-13.

Lindsay Brown

Big Sandy's Shelby Gasvoda, right, plays defense during last Friday night's 9C girls game in Chinook.

Roy/Winifred 78, Hays-Lodge Pole 17

Roy/Winifred 28 27 13 14 – 78

HLP 6 6 2 3 – 17

RW - Denae McClure 2, Randi Wichman 11, Lorianne Stulc 24, Hope Berg 12, Sammy Carr 2, Kaylie Carlstrom 8, Emily Bergum 19.

HLP : Kiara Shambo 2, Rose Snell 6, Cory CarryWater 8, Tia Zander 1

Team Fouls: Hays 12, R/W 4.

 

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