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Hi-Line Boys: Wildcats win a pair of District 2B battles

Hi-Line Boys Basketball Roundup

 

December 24, 2019

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

Chinook's Ethan Bell floats a shot during the Sugarbeeters' key win over Big Sandy last Friday night in Chinook.

Another big week of Hi-Line boys basketball is through, with many district matchups taking place.

The Chinook Sugarbeeters got a big conference win over the Big Sandy Pioneers last Friday 68-53. Chinook had two quarters with 20 or more points and, despite the loss, Big Sandy's Ryan Roth put up 25 points against the Beeters.

Harlem picked up a win over Malta last Friday as well. The Wildcats beat the Mustangs 69-59, with Brad Cichosz and R.J. Ramone having a big fourth quarter to lift Harlem to a win. Meanwhile, Rocky Boy grabbed a win over Great Falls Central 60-53.

North Star picked up a win against Hays-Lodge Pole last Friday in a conference match, where the Knights won 67-59. North Star exploded in the second and third quarter with 22 and 23 points to top the Thunderbirds.

Fort Benton grabbed another win over Turner as well. The Longhorns pulled away big over the Tornadoes 91-55, with four players landing in double figures and withstanding a 29-point outburst from Shane Kimmel of Turner.

Last Saturday, Big Sandy grabbed a victory over Hays-Lodge Pole 77-63. The Pioneers were nearly unstoppable, with Roth putting up 36 points and Brock Proulx added 12 to lift Big Sandy over the Thunderbirds.

Chester-Joplin-Inverness won against rival Turner 70-58, with Spencer Richter putting up 22 points for the Hawks, while Shane Kimmel dropped 23, followed by Austin Welsh's 22 for the Tornadoes.

Last Saturday evening, Fort Benton added another win to the record after winning a hard-fought game against North Star. The Longhorns came back throughout the game to beat the Knights 69-57, with Garrett Diekhans putting up 25 points, while Hayden Massar of North Star dropping 19.

Last Saturday saw Chinook pick up another win against Box Elder 77-40, while Rocky Boy fell to tough rival Shelby 67-49 last Saturday, with the team putting up three 14-point quarters against the Coyotes.

The Wildcats beat the Wolf Point Wolves 69-57 last Saturday, with Brad Cichosz having another big game and putting up 29 points, followed by Trent Main with 12 points to beat the conference rival.

FRIDAY

Chinook 68, Big Sandy 53

Big Sandy 14 13 14 12 – 53

Chinook 21 12 20 15 – 68

Big Sandy – Ryan Roth 25, Brock Proulx 8, Elijah Wagoner 8, Braydon Cline 2, Clint Darlington 10.

Chinook - NA

Harlem 69, Malta 59

Harlem – 69

Malta 9 l0 25 15 – 59

Harlem – no individual points were reported.

Malta – Kooder Dxarart 19, Ben Costin 8, Rex Williamson 8, Tanner Smith 15, Conner Tuss 5, Pierce Mortenson 4.

Fort Benton 91, Turner 55

Fort Benton 28 16 29 18 – 91

Turner 13 8 23 11 – 55

Fort Benton – Jace Thompson 15, Devin Bird 12, Garrett Diekhans 19, Jackson Schmele 3, Logan Giles 12, Max Lane 4, Tim Lane 2, Hayden Diekhans 11, Kick Marias 4, Jacob Giles 3, Stephen Gannon 2.

Turner – Trever Kimmel 2, Ryan Doyle 2, Charlie Calvert 3, Jack Harmon 2, Austin Welsh 14, Shane Kimmel 29, Shay Humphreys 3.

North Star 67, Hays-Lodge Pole 59

North Star 12 22 23 10 – 67

HLP 16 13 13 17 – 59

North star - NA

HLP - NA

SATURDAY

Shelby 67, Rocky Boy 49

Shelby 15 25 15 12 – 67

Rocky Boy 14 14 14 7 – 49

Shelby – Aiden Torgerson 2, Tanner Tustian 9, Rhett Reynolds 18, Tanner Watson 16, Logan Leck 22.

Rocky Boy – no stats were reported.

Harlem 69, Wolf Point 57

Harlem 17 17 16 19 – 69

Wolf Point 17 9 15 16 – 57

Harlem – Brad Cichosz 29, Tyler Cichosz 8, RJ Ramone 5, Daniel Lawrence 7, Trent Main 12, Jehton Longfox 4.

Wolf Point – Michael Goodman 2, Tade Wallette 16, Antone Manning 4, Nick Page 14, Lance St. Germaine 13, Treyton Lilley 6.

Chester-Joplin-Inverness 70, Turner 58

CJI 18 14 14 24 – 70

Turner 10 22 14 12 – 58

CJI – Andrew Woods 13, Kyle Harmon 16, Spencer Richter 22, Bryce Kemmerzecc 3, Kealy Harland 6, Caden Woods 10.

Turner – Austin Welsh 22, Jack Harmon 4, Shane Kimmel 23, Charlie Calvert 3, Trever Kimmel 6.

Fort Benton 69, North Star 57

Fort Benton 14 16 24 15 – 69

North Star 21 9 16 11 – 57

Fort Benton – Devin Bird 7, Jace Thompson 15, Stephen Gannon 4, Nick Marias 2, Hayden Diekhans 13, Logan Giles 2, Garrett Diekhans 25, Andrew Ballantine 1.

Havre Daily News/Colin Thompson

North Star's Hayden Massar shoots over the Fort Benton defense during last Saturday's game in Rudyard. The Longhorns beat the Knights to remain undefeated on the season.

North Star – Austin Hanson 4, Caden Rettig 14, Garrett Spicher 9, Payne Ditmar 5, Hayden Massar 19, Gavin Spicher 3, Jaden Sargent 3.

Big Sandy 77, Hays-Lodge Pole 63

Big Sandy 19 30 17 11 – 77

HLP 17 14 17 15 – 63

Big Sandy – Brock Proulx 12, Lane Demontiney 3, Ryan Roth 36, Elijah Wagoner 3, Kody Strutz 6, Clint Darlington 5, Jeremiah Genereux 7, Kade Strutz 5.

HLP – Tyshawn Shambo 20, Estevan Granados 11, Brandon Castillo 2, Davontae Sullivan 2, Siris Grandchamp 7, Lane Kirkaldie 7, Deshon Shambo 9, Wyman Bringinggood 5.

 

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