Corvallis clips Dogs by 9

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WHITEFISH — The Whitefish Lady Bulldogs could not rally after falling behind early, losing to Corvallis 49-40 in Class A girls basketball action on Friday at Whitefish High School.

Whitefish is now 4-12 overall.

The Blue Devils outscored the Bulldogs 14-7 in the first quarter. Whitefish held Corvallis to four points in the second quarter to go into halftime down just 18-15, but the Blue Devils pulled away in the second half.

Lainie Albright had a game-high 21 points for Corvallis.

Marlee Bender led the Bulldogs with 12, and Jadi Walburn and Kaiah Moore each added seven.

Whitefish will host Ronan on Tuesday at 7:15 p.m. before finishing the regular season at Columbia Falls on Thursday.

Corvallis 14 4 12 19 – 49

Whitefish 7 8 9 16 – 40

CORVALLIS – Madeline Gilder 2, Calla Haldorson 14, Hannah Martin 6, Ashlynn Nixon 4, Hadli Lords 2, Lainie Albright 21.

WHITEFISH – Kaiah Moore 7, Claire Carloss 2, Jasmine Matern 5, Payton Kastella 2, Jadi Walburn 7, MiKenna Ells 5, Marlee Bender 12.

Eureka 56,

Thompson Falls 32

EUREKA — The Eureka Lions overcame a slow start to blow by Thompson Falls in the second half to capture the District 7B regular-season title.

The teams went into halftime knotted up at 18. But the Lions (12-2 overall, 5-0 conference) outscored the Blue Hawks 38-14 after the break, led by Megan Hanson’s 16 second-half points.

“We came out flat ... we struggled to make a shot in the first half,” Eureka coach Ryan Holder said.

“Then we kind of settled down, turned up the energy and flipped a switch.”

Hanson had 10 rebounds to earn a double-double, and Sienna Utter led the Lions with 17 points.

Maggie Graves had a team-high three assists for Eureka, while Karlee Frost came up big on defense with seven steals.

Megan Baxter paced Thompson Falls with 14 points.

The Lions are back in action today at Missoula Loyola at 3 p.m.

Thompson Falls 10 8 9 5 – 32

Eureka 10 8 18 20 – 56

TFALLS – Maya Stiles 2, Sarah Detlaff 4, Riley Wilson 2, Faith Frields 4, Jody Detlaff 6, Megan Baxter 14.

EUREKA – Rhianna Hawkins 2, Michael Shea 4, Megan Hanson 16, Avory Escobar 3, Sienna Utter 17, Michelle Leonard 3, Maggie Graves 5, Karlee Frost 4, Alyssa Utter 2.

Hamilton 42, Polson 13

HAMILTON — Hamilton held Polson scoreless in the first quarter, led 16-4 at th4e half and rolled from there for an easy Class A nonconference victory.

Hamilton closed with a 17 point fourth quarter.

Sophia Doyle led Hamilton with seven points. Misty Tenas tallied four to pace Polson.

Polson 0 4 7 2 — 13

Hamilton 5 11 9 17 — 42

POLSON — Misty Tenas 4, Mahala Buffalo 3, Alex Pierre 2, Lisa Costilla 2, Olivia Perez 2.

HAMILTON — Sophia Doyle 7, Lauren Ryter 6, Katelyn Dickamore 6, Maggie ringer 6, Mariola Tesoro 4, Abby Johnson 4, Madi Drake 3, Jorden Taggart 2, Ani Mason 2, Emily Wildey 2.

Boys

Hamilton 65, Polson 47

POLSON — Hamilton made seven 3-pointers in the first half and rolled by Polson in Class A nonconference action at Salish Kootenai College.

Tanner Goligoski paced the Broncs (14-2) with 21 points and Hunter Omlid added 17. Micah Askan had 10 points for the Pirates (7-8).

Polson hosts Browning (14-1) today at 4 p.m.

Hamilton 18 17 14 16 – 65

Polson 8 17 6 16 – 47

HAMILTON – Camron Rothie 2, Carson Rostad 4, Tyler Barnes 2, Hunter Omlid 17, Tanner Goligoski 21, Trey Searle 16, Tyler Burrows 3.

POLSON – Keyan Dalbey 2, Ryker Wenderoth 3, Robin Erickson 8, Trevor Schultz 5, Parker Toth 1, Beau Kelley 5, Colton Graham 6, Trevor Lake 4, Seth Lake 3, Micah Askan 10.

Eureka 42,

Thompson Falls 41

EUREKA — The Eureka Lions rallied to take down Thompson Falls in a District 7B clash.

Down 27-21 at halftime, Eureka (2-9, 1-3) outscored the Blue Hawks (5-10, 2-2) 16-7 in the third quarter and held on to earn its first district victory.

Jake Kindel scored a team-high 11 for the Lions and Cory Cheney had 10.

Eureka visits Missoula Loyola today at 4:30 p.m.

Thompson Falls 12 15 7 7 – 41

Eureka 14 7 16 5 – 42

TFALLS – Nathan Schraeder 5, Ryan Schraeder 6, Ethan Brown 12, Brian Henry 4, Nate Wilhite 4, Trey Fisher 2, Riley Riffle 8.

EUREKA – Austin Sartori 8, Alex Lowe 9, AJ Pacella 4, Cory Chaney 10, Jake Kindel 11.

Libby 50, Columbia Falls 32

LIBBY – Keith Johnson scored a game-high 22 points for the Libby Loggers (8-7, 3-6) in a Northwest A win over the Columbia Falls Wildcats (3-13, 1-7).

For Columbia Falls, Danny Henjum led the Wildcats with seven points.

Columbia Falls 7 9 4 12 – 32

Libby 10 18 12 10 – 50

LIBBY– JJ Davis 7, Ryan Goodman 2, Ryggs Johnston 12, Caden Williams 3, Tim Goodman 2, Keith Johnson 22, Kevin Barnes 2.

COLUMBIA FALLS – Dillon Wanner 2, Drew Morgan 6, Danny Henjum 7, William Dyon 3, Logan Bechtel 5, Zack Pletcher 3, Brad Nieves 3, Sam Hovde 2, Jake Bucawsky 4.

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