Wolfpack wears out Post Falls

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Jaxen Hashley scored 21 points and hauled in 17 rebounds in Glacier’s 45-40 nonconference boys basketball victory against visiting Post Falls (Idaho) on Saturday.

The Wolfpack (5-1) shut down Post Falls (7-2), outscoring the Trojans 14-5 in the second quarter, maintaining that narrow lead throughout a close second half.

“I thought our (defense) was great tonight,” Glacier coach Mark Harkins said.

“We found their shooters and were able to get out and challenge them.”

Jake Pfenning led Post Falls with 14 points and 12 rebounds.

Post Falls 16 5 10 9 — 40

Glacier 13 14 8 10 — 45

POST FALLS — Nick Morris 1 0-0 2, David Bourgard 1 1-2 3, Alan Ballew 0 0-0 0, Drake Thompson 1 1-2 3, Colby Gennett 2 0-0 5, Jake Pfenning 5 2-3 14, Tanner McCliment-Call 4 0-0 11, Mat Flemming 1 0-0 2, Cameron Mckeown 0 0-0 0. Totals: 9-28 4-7 40.

GLACIER — Caden Harkins 0 0-1 0, Pat O’Connell 2 0-0 4, Kody Jarvis 2 0-0 5, Torin Bowden 3 0-0 6, Brec Rademacher 1 0-1 2, Jaxen Hashley 10 1-3 21, Jack Desmul 1 0-0 2, Tadan Gilman 2 0-0 5. Totals: 19-31 1-5 45.

3-point goals—Post Falls 6-22 (McCliment 3, Pfennings 2, Gennett), Glacier 2-9 (Gilman, Jarvis). Rebounds—Post Falls 20 (Pfennings 12), Glacier 27 (Hashley 17). Total fouls—Post Falls 15, Glacier 9. Fouled out—none.

Hamilton 80, Whitefish 70

WHITEFISH — Whitefish scored 23 points in the first quarter but couldn’t keep pace in a nonconference shootout with Hamilton.

“It was a barnburner,” Whitefish coach Sean Duff said. “It was a track meet, we were going back and forth. They have so many athletes that can shoot the ball, and of course, we do too.”

Whitefish saw an 11-point lead dwindle to four at halftime and entered the fourth quarter tied at 57-57. Hamilton outpaced the Bulldogs in the final quarter 23-13.

“We ran out of gas,” Duff said.

Derek Kastella had a game-high 24 points and Sawyer Silliker had 23 points for Whitefish (2-5).

Carter Kearns and Tanner Goligoski each had 18 points for Hamilton (8-0).

Hamilton 17 19 21 23 — 80

Whitefish 28 12 17 13 — 70

HAMILTON — Camron Rothie 6, Bridger Bauder 3, Ky Burch 13, Tyler Chouinard 3, Hunter Omlid 15, Jaylen Taggart 4, Tanner Goligoski 18, Carter Kearns 18.

WHITEFISH — Derek Kastella 24, Sawyer Silliker 23, Ryan Kemm 7, Lee Walburn 14, Dillon Botner 2.

Polson 74,

Columbia Falls 62

POLSON — Polson saw four player reach double digit scoring in a Northwest A conference rout of Columbia Falls.

Jaden Bautista led the Pirates (1-0 NW, 4-4 overall) with 19 points and Jeremiah North Peigan had 17 points as Polson ran out to a 42-24 lead at halftime.

The Wildcats made the game interesting in the third quarter, outscoring Polson 22-8 to cut the Pirates’ lead to 50-46, before Polson pulled away in the fourth quarter.

Logan Stephens, Dakota Bridwell and DJ Schrade each had 14 points for Columbia Falls (0-2, 1-7).

Columbia Falls 8 16 22 16 — 62

Polson 19 23 8 24 — 74

COLUMBIA FALLS — Austin Green 11, Logan Stephens 14, LJ Panasuk 2, Quintin Schriver 2, Dakota Bridwell 14, Matthew Morrison 5, DJ Schrade 14.

POLSON — Jaden Bautista 19, Tanner Wilson 15, Jeremiah North Peigan 17, Connor Lanier 6, Shade Main 2, Matthew Rensvold 15.

Loyola Sacred Heart 86, Libby 71

MISSOULA — Libby sophomore Ryggs Johnston scored 40 points but it wasn’t enough to lead the Loggers over Loyola in a nonconference slate.

The Loggers (5-4) led 14-9 after the first quarter and held a four-point advantage at half, but fell behind in the second half.

Parker Davis scored 32 points to lead the Rams (5-1).

Erik Lauer chipped in 10 points for Libby.

Libby 14 28 19 10 – 71

Loyola 9 29 30 18 – 86

LIBBY – Ryggs Johnston 40, Erik Lauer 10, Ryan Nagle 7, Colin Maloney 6, Nik Gier 3, Brian Peck 3, Stephen Williams 2.

LOYOLA – Parker Davis 32, Fisher Richardson 15, Jack Lincoln 14, Kellen Round 10, Ryan McHugh 11, Joey McElroy 2.

Thompson Falls 67,

Eureka 49

EUREKA — Thompson Falls pulled away with a 24-13 second quarter to beat Eureka in a District 7B contest.

Danny Hoisington scored 22 points an Dylan Beckman scored 18 points to lead the Blue Hawks (2-1 7B, 2-5 overall).

Brad Stein had a team-high 11 points for Eureka (0-3, 1-6).

Thompson Falls 13 24 11 19 — 67

Eureka 12 13 10 14 — 49

THOMPSON FALLS — Mackenzie Holt 3, Dylan Beckman 18, Danny Hoisington 22, Payton Fields 9, John Skerl 5, Garrett Strine 6, AJ Sandoval 4.

EUREKA — Jamie Good 2, Brad Stein 11, Matthew Anderson 3, Moe Henderson 9, Riley Durham 8, Colton Cooper 6, Taylor Sherwood 5, Jake Cardinale 5.

Ronan 61, Troy 20

TROY — Ronan ran out to a 30-6 lead in the first half to rout Troy in a nonconference game.

Anthony Camel led Ronan (6-3) with 15 points.

Zack Cotten scored 11 points to lead Troy (1-4).

Ronan 13 17 19 12 — 61

Troy 1 5 6 8 — 20

RONAN — Jackson Duffey 5, Zeke Misa 3, Kasey Mock 4, Aaron Misa 3, Perry Panzetanga 7, B Moss 2, R Finley 6, Kobey Morigeau 8, Josh Stewart 4, Anthony Camel 15.

TROY — Zack Cotten 11, Dillon Savage 3, Tucker Winn 3, AJ Faur 1, Mason Chapel 2.

Stillwater Christian 44, Valley Christian 42

MISSOULA — Stillwater Christian outscored Valley Christian 17-11 in the second quarter and toughed out a narrow victory.

Isaac Neumann scored 24 points to lead the Cougars and Joe Hooker added 13 points. Zach Baugher had 17 points for Valley Christian.

Stillwater 9 17 12 6 – 44

Valley Christian 13 11 10 8 – 42

STILLWATER CHRISTIAN – Jorgen Lindborg 3, Joe Hooker 13, Isaac Neumann 24, Zack Basnett 2, Jeremiah Hooker 2.

VALLEY CHRISTIAN – Caleb Colwell 2, Colton Becker 4, Mason Woods 9, Zach Baugher 17, Brad Klein 10.

GIRLS

Post Falls 51,

Glacier 49, OT

Glacier rallied to force overtime but couldn’t make shots in the extra session, falling to Post Falls (Idaho) in a nonconference contest.

The Wolfpack (2-4) outscored Post Falls 15-10 in the fourth quarter but struggled with free throws throughout the game, making just 2 of 5 in the overtime period and 8 of 19 in the game.

Kali Gulick had 10 points to lead Glacier and Nikki Krueger had eight points and 11 rebounds before fouling out.

Melanie Kempton had 19 points for Post Falls.

Post Falls 12 11 12 10 6 — 51

Glacier 6 15 9 15 4 — 49

POST FALLS — MacKenzie Morris 1 1-4 3, Jenna Gardiner 0 3-4 3, Bayley Brennan 4 6-8 17, Melanie Kempton 6 7-15 19, Jacksen McCliment-Call 2 0-2 5, Briauna Robinson 1 0-0 2. Totals: 14-41 17-33 51

GLACIER — Ellie Stevens 2 0-1 4, Nikki Krueger 2 4-4 8, Anna Schrade 4 1-2 9, Cadie Williams 1 3-4 5, Ahna Kreitinger 2 0-4 5, Brynn McChesney 2 0-2 4, Courtney Mitchell 1 0-0 2, Kali Gulick 5 0-2 10. Totals: 19-52 8-19 49.

3-point goals—Post Falls 4-8 (Brennan 3, McCliment-Call), Glacier 1-1 (Kreitinger). Rebounds—Post Falls 40 (Kempton 8), Glacier 38 (Krueger 11). Total fouls—Post Falls 19, Glacier 22. Fouled out—Stevens, Krueger.

Columbia Falls 68,

Polson 19

POLSON — Peyton Kehr scored 20 points and Kiara Burlage had 15 as Columbia Falls cruised past Polson in a Northwest A conference game.

The Wildkats (2-0 NW, 8-0 overall) outscored Polson 27-6 in the first quarter and led 42-9 at half.

Mollie Fisher had eight points to lead Polson (0-1, 1-7)

Columbia Falls 27 15 17 9 – 68

Polson 6 3 8 2 – 19

COLUMBIA FALLS – Dani Douglas 9, Hannah Gedlaman 7, Cydney Finberg 8, Peyton Kehr 20, Ryley Kehr 3, Kiara Burlage 15, Sydney Hovde 6.

POLSON – Lauren Lefthand 5, Kaelyn Smith 4, Mollie Fisher 8, Mikayla Croft 2.

Hamilton 46, Whitefish 25

HAMILTON — Hamilton pulled away in the second quarter to rout Whitefish in a nonconference game.

Mallory McGill had a game-high 17 points to lead Hamilton (3-5).

Anissa Brown led Whitefish (0-7) with seven points.

Whitefish 6 5 4 10 – 25

Hamilton 8 16 8 14 – 46

WHITEFISH – Kit Anderson 2, Hope Brown 6, Libby Nagler 4, Bella Wilson 3, Annisa Brown 7, Diana Vasquez 3.

HAMILTON – Tessa Della Silva 1, Tristy Searle 5, Ani Mason 2, Kara Nye 3, Mallory McGill 17, Reilly Rostad 7, Kailan Rocheleau 4, Rachael Ringer 5, Jorden Taggart 2.

Eureka 33,

Thompson Falls 27

EUREKA — Eureka rallied to take a big halftime lead, riding out the second half for its first District 7B conference win this season.

Trailing 13-9 after the first quarter, Eureka (1-2 7B, 3-4 overall) outscored the Blue Hawks 14-4 in the second quarter to take a 23-17 lead into halftime.

Thompson Falls (0-3, 0-7) cut into the lead after halftime, but the Lady Lions held the Blue Hawks to one point in the fourth quarter to seal the win.

Sienna Utter had 15 points to lead Eureka.

Thompson Falls 13 4 9 1 — 27

Eureka 9 14 5 5 — 33

THOMPSON FALLS — Gillian Nelson 7, Haley Wilson 7, Haley Morgan 2, Lexy Van Elswyk 7, Ember Schwindt 4.

EUREKA — Sienna Utter 15, Liz Pacella 4, Maggie Graves 8, Ashlyn Waldo 2, Stacy Cooper 1, Erynn Thier 3.

Libby 57, Loyola 54

MISSOULA — Libby edged past Loyola in the fourth quarter to win a nonconference game.

The game, which the Loggers led 27-24 at half, was tied entering the fourth quarter.

Jayden Winslow scored a game-high 25 points and Shannon Reny had 18 points for Libby (4-4).

Tesse Burke had 18 points for Loyola (1-6).

Libby 15 12 12 18 – 57

Loyola 11 13 15 15 – 54

Libby – Ali Collins 5, Madisen Monigold 2, Abby Ennenga 2, Jayden Winslow 25, Sammee Braden 2, Shannon Reny 18, Brooklyn Rainer 2.

Loyola – Sam Tiede 3, Emma Daniel 3, Sydney Koppang 9, Natalie Goodman 4, Tesse Burke 18, Kylie Esh 9, Kenna Guenther 2, McKenna Round 4, Caroline Stahl 2.

Ronan 58, Troy 37

TROY — Ronan easily outpaced Troy in the first half on the way to a nonconference romp.

The Maidens led 12-7 after the first quarter and 28-13 at half, coasting to victory in the second half.

Alicia Camel had 22 points and Lee Camel had 20 for Ronan (9-0).

Allie Coldwell had 16 points to lead Troy (3-2).

Ronan 12 16 16 14 – 58

Troy 7 6 14 10 – 37

RONAN – Micalann McCrea 8, Jaelynn Askan 6, Alicia Camel 22, Hannah Moss 2, Lee Camel 20.

TROY – Allie Coldwell 16, Aurora Becquart 9, Olivia Roach 2, Kaitlyn Downey 3, Sami Rohrich 1, Alyssa Lewis 6.

Flathead Valley HS 42, North Idaho 36

Flathead Valley Homeschool outscored North Idaho 14-8 in the fourth quarter to rally for the nonconference victory.

Victoria Hanson led Flathead Valley (10-2) in scoring with 20 points. Karissa Williams added 13.

North Idaho 19 2 7 8 — 36

FV Homeschool 7 13 8 14 — 42

NORTH IDAHO — NA.

FLATHEAD VALLEY HOMESCHOOL — Victoria Hanson 20, Heidi Schneller 7, Britney Howery 2, Karissa Williams 13.

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