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Hi-Line Girls Basketball Roundup

 


It was another busy week of girls basketball on the Hi-Line. And with the week in the books, area teams are one step closer the postseason.

Last Tuesday night, the fifth-ranked Box Elder Bears kept their perfect season going with a 73-57 District 9C win over North Star in Rudyard. The Bears have been on fire as of late and Tuesday was no exception. But North Star hung tough, only trailing 32-27 at half and 48-42 after three quarters. However, the Bears pounced in the fourth, scoring 25 points in the final eight minutes.

Five Bears reached double figures, led by Brandi Buffalo's 15 points. Aricka Wolf Chief and Jai Lynn Parker each scored 14. North Star got a game-high 22 points and 15 rebounds from Shelby Lipp, while Lisa Carlon scored 12 and Tylynn Rettig added nine.

On Thursday night, the Chinook Sugarbeeters won the first of two games on the weekend when they crushed visiting Dodson 57-19. Taryn Norby, who recently signed to play for Montana State-Northern next season, scored 10 points, as did Makhayla Farmer.

Thursday night wasn't as good for the Rocky Boy Morning Stars, who became the first of two area Class B squad to get belted by the powerful Malta M-Ette's last week. Malta beat the Morning Stars 68-17 at home. Tennae Singer scored seven points in the Rocky Boy loss.

It didn't take Rocky Boy long to bounce back though. On Friday night, the Morning Stars were at home and battered Shelby 52-34 in a District 1B matchup. Shelby led 23-21 at halftime, but Rocky Boy turned on the defense and held the Coyotes to just 13 points in the final 16 minutes.

Leigha Onco scored 15 points for the victorious Morning Stars. Sabrina Laforge added 12 and Leah Gopher chipped in with 11.

Chinook added another win on Friday night and it was a big one. The Beeters traveled to Hays where they dropped 9C rival Hays-Lodge Pole 50-39. Chinook led by just one going into the fourth quarter, but a 13-3 run finished the Thunderbirds off.

Norby poured in 22 points and Farmer added 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Beeters. HLP was led by Kristie Runsabove with 13.

Box Elder stepped out of the 9C on Friday, traveling to Denton, but the Bears just kept on rolling. They defeated the Trojans 56-32 and closed the game on a 11-4 run.

Aricka Wolf Chief led with 19 points, while Brandi Buffalo added 12 points as Box Elder remained undefeated.

Friday night wasn't as good for the Big Sandy Pioneers, who lost to the powerful Winifred-Roy Red Raiders, 53-36 in Big Sandy. In the loss, the Pioneers got 15 points from Mateila Cline and 13 by Molly Herron.

Harlem stepped out of league play Friday and didn't have any luck either. The Wildcats went to Cut Bank and were downed 68-32 by the 1B Wolves. Tesche Ereaux scored 11 points for Harlem, while Monique Doney added eight in the loss.

Closing out Friday night was the seventh-ranked Chester/J-I Hawks, who had no trouble with rival Valier. The Hawks crushed the Panthers 489-18 at home as Valier struggled to solve the C/J-I defense all night.

Jenni Ghekiere scored 13 points and Nikole Wolfe helped out with 12 in the easy 10C win.

The Hawks then turned their attention to another rival, Dutton-Brady Saturday in Dutton. And it was the same result as C/J-I won 41-27. The Hawks led 26-12 at halftime and the Diamondbacks couldn't mount a second-half comeback.

Stina Haaland was the catalyst, scoring 16 points for C/J-I. Kate Graff chipped in with seven as the Hawks remained unbeaten in league play.

North Star and HLP played a 9C barn burner on Saturday in Hays, and the Knights came away with a much-needed 50-47. North Star led 24-18 at half, but the T-Birds roared back to take a one-point lead into the fourth quarter. The game was nip and tuck from there, but North Star scored the final points to hold on.

Shelby Lipp paced the Knights with 17 points and Lisa Carlon added 16. The T-Birds got a game-high 19 from Kristie Runsabove.

As noted, Malta crushed to Hi-Line teams this week, with the second being Harlem. On Saturday night, the M-Ette's trounced the Wildcats 62-18 in Harlem. Kasey Ramone was the leading scorer for the Wildcats with five points.

Tuesday

Box Elder 73, North Star 57

Box Elder 14 18 16 25 — 73

North Star 12 15 15 15 — 57

Box Elder — C. Stamper 10, A. Wolf Chief 14, J. Parker 14, B. Buffalo 15, B. Matt 5, T. Parisian 11, K. Raining Bird 4. Totals: 26 18-29.

North Star — Haylee Anderson 1, Delainey Spicher 1, Lisa Carlon 12, Taylor Warren 7, Tylynn Rettig 9, Shelby Lipp 22, Kassidy Hansen 2. Totals: 19 17-32.

Total fouls: Box Elder 25, North Star 21. Fouled out: Wolf Chief, Buffalo. 3-point goals: Wolf Chief 1, Parker 2, Warren 1, Lipp 1.

Thursday

Chinook 57, Dodson 19

Dodson 3 3 8 5 — 19

Chinook 22 8 23 4 — 57

Dodson — Janessa Henry 6, Violet Lewis 6, Sammi Werk 2, Raven Bear 5. 8 2-9.

Chinook — Katelyn Neibauer 2, Talya Johnson 2, Alana Smith 8, Haley Swank 5, Taryn Norby 10, Emily Dennis 2, Brooke Skoyen 8, Makayla Farmer 10, Kayla Hanson 8, Tavin Schneider 2. Totals: 28 0-2.

Total fouls — Dodson 8, Chinook 11. Fouled out — none. 3-pointers — Bear, Swank.

Malta 68, Rocky Boy 17

Rocky Boy 8 2 3 4 — 17

Malta 17 26 17 8 — 68

Rocky Boy — Sabrina Laforge 2, Tennae Singer 7, Desiree Small 2, Leigha Onco 2, Jai-lynne Day Child 4. Totals: 7 2-6

Malta — Courtney Henry 11, McKenna Lebesque 2, Jessie Cole 9, Devin Simser 3, Jayla Graham 10, Kori Kindle 11, Taylor Pankratz 4, Laramie Scheffelmear 2, Darby Schye 1, Brenna King 15. Totals: 24 17-24.

Total fouls — RB 17, Malta 7. Fouled out — none. 3-pointers — Singer, Henry, Cole, Simser.

Friday

Chester/J-I 48, Valier 18

Valier 6 3 4 5 — 18

C/J-I 10 11 11 16 — 48

Valier — Brittney Steele 5, Stephanie Bull Child 2, Shaunell Davis 5, Turq Eagle Speaker 2, Jamie Espeseth 4. Totals: 7 4-15.

C/J-I — Stine Haaland 6, macky Sangwen 3, Nikole Wolfe 12, Haley Harmon 2, Kate Graff 6, Jenni Ghekiere 13, Jocelyn Woods 6. Totals: 17 6-10.

Total fouls: Valier 14, C/J-I 12. Fouled out: Espeseth. Technical fouls: None. Three point goals: Wolfe 4, Graff 2, Woods 2.

Cut Bank 68, Harlem 42

Cut Bank 19 17 20 12 — 68

Harlem 10 10 9 3 — 32

Cut Bank — Paige Larson 6, Kayla Kraft 1, Amanda Finstadt 5, Reedie Spencer 5, Brooke Ball 7, Jill Altenburg 12, Jenika Sammons 5, Paige Mazurkiewiez 8, Erica Karcher 19. Totals 27 18-36.

Harlem — Jaylynn Allen 2, Tesche' Ereaux 11, Tica Cliff 3, Jevie Doney 3, Kasey Ramone 5, Monique Doney 8. Totals 18 14-26.

Total fouls: Cut Bank 19, Harlem 16. Fouled out: Allen. 3-point fieldgoals: Cliff, J. Doney, Sammons.

Box Elder 56, Denton 32

Box Elder 15 15 15 11 — 56

Denton 4 9 15 4 — 32

Box Elder: Brandi Buffalo 12, Crystal Stamper 3, Aricka Wolf Chief 19, Jaylin Parker 3, Caitlyn Gamble 4, Breanna Matt 6, Kylee Raining Bird 9. 24 7-13.

Denton: Ashley Dempster 4, Shelby White 11, Shyla Goettemoeller 17. 11 9-17.

Total Fouls: Box Elder 19 Denton — 12. Fouled Out: none. 3-point goals: Parker, Goettemoeller

Rocky Boy 52, Shelby 34

Shelby 11 10 4 9 — 34

Rocky Boy 13 10 17 12 — 52

Shelby — Katie Kelleher 2, Katie Hayes 2, Katia Leary 9, Kendra Nickol 17, Jessica Mahr 4. Totals: 11 9-10.

Rocky Boy — Sabrina LaForge 12, Tennae Singer 7, Leah Gopher 11, Tracy Day Child 5, Leigha Onco 15, Jayi-lynne Day Child 2. Totals: 22 4-6.

Total fouls: Shelby 9, Rocky Boy 13. Fouled out: None. Technical fouls: None. Three point goals: Nickol 1, Singer 1, Gopher 1, Onco 2.

Roy-Winifred 53, Big Sandy 36

Roy-Winifred 11 12 13 17 — 53

Big Sandy 4 7 8 17 — 36

Roy-Winifred — S. Smith 6, H. Siroky 4, R. Wichman 8, A. Knerr 15, H. Berg 3, D. McClure 10, E. Bergum 5, D. McClure 2. Totals: 17 18-25.

Big Sandy — Molly Herron 13, Mateila Cline 15, Shanya Gilead 2, Brooke Leader 1, Leela Engle 5. Totals: 12 8-16.

Total fouls: Roy-Winifred 17, Big Sandy 18. Fouled out: Knerr, Owen, Leader. Technical fouls: None. Three point goals: Berg 1, Herron 3, Cline 1.

Chinook 50, Hays-Lodge Pole 39

Chinook 11 15 11 13 — 50

HLP 8 12 16 3 — 39

Chinook — Alana Smith 4, Haley Swank 6, Taryn Norby 22, Maklayla Farmer 10, Kayla Hanson 8. Totals 15 20-37.

HLP — C. Doney 8, B. Doney 9, S. WhiteCow 9, K. RunsAbove 13. Totals 14 9-15.

Total fouls: Chinook 10, Hays/Lodge Pole 21. Fouled out: B. Doney, WhiteCow. 3-point fieldgoals: WhiteCow, RunsAbove.

Saturday

Chester/J-I 41, Dutton/Brady 27

C/J-I 15 11 5 10 — 41

Dutton/Brady 8 4 7 8 — 27

C/J-I — Stine Haaland 16, Macky Sangwin 2, Nikole Wolfe 6, Kate Graff 7, Jenni Ghekiere 5, Jocelyn Woods 5. Totals 15 3-6.

Dutton/Brady — Amber Reeve 8, Shannon Habel 3, Savannah Timmerman 1, Lacey Jones 4, Kaity Miller 3, Sierra Johnson 3, Hailee VandenBos 5. Totals 9 5-10.

Total fouls: C/J-I 10, Dutton/Brady 9. Fouled out: none. Technical fouls: Dutton/Brady bench. 3-point fieldgoals: CJI Haaland 4, Wolfe 2, Graff, Woods, Reeve 2, Miller, Johnson.

Malta 62, Harlem 18

Malta 26 16 10 10 — 62

Harlem 2 6 2 8 — 18

Malta — Courtney Henry 18, McKenna Levesque 2, Jessie Cole 8, Jayla Graham 9, Mercedes Stiles 2, Kori Kendle 11, Taylor Pankratz 4, Laramie Scheffeler 2, Darby Schye 4, Brenna King 2. Totals: 25 7-12.

Harlem — Jaylynne Allen 4, Tesche Ereaux 4, Kasey Ramone 5, Monique Doney 1, Erin LaMere 4. Totals: 7 3-8.

Total fouls: Malta 14, Harlem 14. Fouled out: None. Technical fouls: None. Three point goals: Henry 3, Cole 2, Ramone 1.

North Star 50, Hays-Lodge Pole 47

North Star 7 17 13 13 — 50

HLP 7 11 21 8 — 47

North Star — M. Hansen 2, L. Carlon 16, T. Warren 7, T. Rettig 8, S. Lipp 17. Totals 9 16-32.

HLP — Breann Messerly 3, Kallie Martin 12, Chasanna Doney 1, Bailey Doney 4, Shakayla Whitecow 8, Kristie Runsabove 19. Totals 17 9-16.

Total fouls: North Star 15, HLP 35. Fouled out: Messerly, Martin, B. Doney, Whitecow, Runsabove. Technical fouls: none. 3-point fieldgoals: Messerly, Martin 3.

 

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