SOCCER ROUNDUP: Glacier, Flathead boys net victories in Helena

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Flathead defender Camas Rinehart and Glacier forward Rohit Tappeta challenge each other for a ball during the second half of the 3-3 tie at Legends Stadium on Tuesday. (Aaric Bryan/Daily Inter Lake)

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HELENA — Helena found the net first, with Sam Kopp scoring 20 minutes into play, but Glacier bounced back with three goals for a 3-1 Western AA boys soccer victory on Friday.

Kamren Barkus tied it for Glacier at 36 minutes with a goal and Conner Heil scored three minutes later to put the Wolfpack on top 2-1 at the half.

Glacier’s Rohit Tappeta completed the scoring with a goal at 75 minutes.

Glacier (7-1-3 overall, 5-1-3 conference) plays Helena Capital today.

Glacier’s busy week started at Missoula Sentinel on Tuesday with a 5-2 win.

Glacier and Helena tied earlier in the year 4-4.

“We continue to learn from each game,” Glacier coach Ryan Billiet said.

“Continue to get better, more confident.

“Our midfield play is patient, we’re breaking teams down and that’s generating a lot of goal scoring opportunities for us,” he continued.

“And we are able to finish those this year.

“This was was their best game of the season,” he added.

“I am excited for them to match, or exceed that, tomorrow.”

Glacier 2 1 — 3

Helena High 1 0 — 1

H — Sam Kopp (Ben Ries-Roncalli), 20:00

G — Kamren Barkus, 36:00

G — Conner Heil (Connor Griffin), 39:00

G — Rohit Tappeta (Brady Schultz), 75:00

Shots on goals — Glacier 10, Helena 7; Corner kicks — Glacier 3, Helena 2; Goalie saves — Glacier 4 (Logan Hill), Helena 6 (Gabe Studt); Fouls — Glacier 9, Helena 8; Cards — Glacier 1 yellow, Helena 1 yellow.

Flathead 3, Capital 2

HELENA — Flathead defeated Helena Capital in a Western AA matchup.

No details were available.

Flathead plays at Helena High today.

Columbia Falls 6, Libby 0

LIBBY — Four goals by August Emonde was more than enough to carry Columbia Falls past Libby in a Northern A contest.

Seth Hoffman and Alex Garate had the other goals.

Columbia Falls had 38 shots on goal to Libby’s 2.

Corner kicks heavily favored the victors 14-1.

Columbia Falls moves on to postseason action next weekend.

Columbia Falls 2 4 — 6

Libby 0 0 — 0

CF — Auguste Emond (Jakob Grein), 2:00

CF — Seth Hoffman (Emond), 7:00

CF — Emond (Skylar Chute), 44:00

CF — Emond, 57:00

CF — Emond, 64:00

CF — Alex Garate (Chute), 72:00

Shots on goal — Columbia Falls 38, Libby 2; Corner kicks — Columbia Falls 14, Libby 1; Goalie saves — Columbia Falls 2 (Niel Getts), Libby 19 (Tyler Lucas); Fouls — Columbia Falls 4, Libby 1; Cards — None.

GIRLS

Helena High 3, Glacier 0

HELENA — Three different players scored for Helena High as the Bengals blanked Glacier in a Western AA contest.

Kamden Hilborn had a goal and an assist for Helena. Melina Hammer and Maddy Mariegard had the other goals.

Helena outshot Glacier on goal 21-11.

Glacier (6-2-1) plays Helena Capital today.

Glacier lost at Missoula Sentinel on Tuesday, 4-2.

Glacier 0 0 — 0

Helena High 1 2 — 3

HH — Melina Hammer (Grace Lawlor), 15:00

HH — Maddy Mariegard (Kamden Hilborn), 35:00

HH — Hilborn (Leanna Marcovich), 55:00

Shots on goal — Glacier 11, Helena 21; Corner kicks — NA; Goalie saves - Glacier 11 (NA), Helena 6 (Ashlin Slanger); Fouls — NA; Cards — NA.

Capital 7, Flathead 0

HELENA — Ellie Stiffler scored four goals, three in the first half, as Helena Capital rolled by Flathead in a Western AA contest.

Capital held a 17-7 edge in shots on goal.

Maddie Dardis had 11 keeper saves for Flathead.

Flathead plays at Helena High today.

Flathead 0 0 — 0

Helena Capital 5 2 — 7

HC — Ellie Stiffler, 9:00

HC — Ashley Carlson, 17;00

HC — Stiffler, 21:00

HC — Stiffler, 26:00

HC — Hadley Plummer, 35:00

HC — Stiffler, 48:00

HC — Libby Linder, 66:00

Shots on goal — Flathead 7, Capital 17; Corner kicks — Flathead 2, Capital 2; Goalie saves — Flathead 11 (Maddie Dardis), Capital 7 (Tanlee Picinich, Rachel Kosena); Fouls — Flathead 6, Capital 1; Cards — None.

Columbia Falls 10, Libby 2

LIBBY — Hannah Gedlaman had four goals, Lakia Hill tallied three and Jose Windauer had two goals and three assists as Columbia Falls whipped Libby in a Northern A match.

Columbia Falls, the regular-season champ, led 5-1 at the half.

Kaylee Ashe had the other goal for Columbia Falls.

Zoie Spady and Abby Creighton scored for Libby.

Columbia Falls advances to playoff action next weekend.

Columbia Falls 5 5 — 10

Libby 1 1 — 2

CF — Josie Windauer (Macey Sandefer), 9:00

CF — Lakia Hill (Windauer), 14:00

CF — Hannah Gedlaman (Hill), 23:00

CF — Windauer (Sandefer), 24:00

L — Zoie Spady, 33:00

CF — Hill (Windauer), 38:00

CF — Gedlaman (Flora Jarvis), 45:00

CF — Gedlaman, 51:00

CF — Hill (Windauer), 52:00

CF — Kaylee Ashe, 55:00

L — Abby Creighton, 57:00

CF — Gedlaman (Katy Garate), 60:00

Shots on goal — Columbia Falls 31, Libby 6; Corner kicks — Columbia Falls 5, Libby 1; Goalie saves — Columbia Falls 4 (Madeline Jarvis), Libby 21 (Bethany Thomas); Fouls — Columbia Falls 4, Libby 2; Cards — None.

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