HOOPS ROUNDUP: Big fourth quarter helps C-Falls girls drop Libby

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LIBBY — Columbia Falls used a big fourth quarter to break away from Libby for a 49-27 Northwest A conference girls basketball victory on Thursday evening.

Columbia Falls, up 28-19 after three quarters, outscored the Loggers 21-8 in the final eight minutes to win by 22 points.

Hannah Gedlaman had 15 points for Columbia Falls and Ryley Kehr 10.

Jayden Winslow led Libby in scoring with 14 points.

Columbia Falls 6 8 14 21 — 49

Libby 10 3 6 8 — 27

COLUMBIA FALLS — Dani Douglas 9, Savvy Ellis 3, Lakia Hill 3, Hannah Gedlaman 15, Josie Windauer 3, Ryley Kehr 10, Diana Vasquez 2, Trista Cowan 4.

LIBBY — Alli Collins 5, Samantha Miller 1, Jayden Winslow 14, Sammee Breeden 1, Shannon Reny 5, Brooklyn Rainer 1.

Bigfork 70, Ronan 65, OT

RONAN — Bigfork needed overtime to upend Ronan in a nonconference contest.

No details or scoring was available.

Boys

Bigfork 72, Ronan 36

BIGFORK — Bigfork outscored Ronan 18-5 in the opening quarter and 19-4 in the third to romp to an easy victory over Ronan in a nonconference contest.

Anders Epperly topped Bigfork in scoring with 16 points. Beau Santisteven added 13 and Logan Gilliard netted 12.

Anthony Camel had 19 points to pace Ronan.

Ronan 5 12 4 15 — 36

Bigfork 18 21 19 14 — 72

Ronan — Ezekiel Misa 6, Dallas Deerheim 9, Jacob Gatch 2, Anthony Camel 19.

Bigfork —Anders Epperly 16, Clayton Reichenbach 5, Eli Hines 4, Colton Reichenbach 5, Luke Schmidt 5, Logan Taylor 4, Chase Chappuis 5, Logan Gilliard 12, Beau Santisteven 13, Colt 3.

Browning 89, Whitefish 73

BROWNING — Browning rattled off 39 points in the first eight minutes of play for a Northwest A conference victory over Whitefish.

The two teams battled on even terms after that.

Justin Burd had 14 points and Nano Stiffarm 12 for Browning.

Lee Walburn and Ryan Kemm led Whitefish in scoring with 26 and 22 points, respectively.

Whitefish 17 19 15 22 — 73

Browning 39 17 17 16 — 89

Whitefish — Alex Keuylian 6, Jack Schwaiger 3, Justin Conklin 2, Sam Menicke 6, Ryan Kemm 22, Lee Walburn 26, Dillon Botner 8.

Browning — Nano Stiffarm 12, Derek Loring 6, CJ Smith 2, James Gilham 6, D. Sharp 3, Ethan Running Crane 5, Peytan Crawford 2, Justin Burd 14, Deion Mad Plume 11, Tyree Whitcomb 16, Latrell BullChild 4, Trevon F. 4, Brandon Aimsback 4.

Libby 60,

Columbia Falls 53, OT

COLUMBIA FALLS — Ryggs Johnston made 7 of 7 free throws in overtime to help Libby slip by Columbia Falls in a Northwest A contest.

Johnston finished with a game-high 27 points.

JJ Davis was next for the Loggers with 17 points.

Libby was 12 of 14 from the charity line in the extra session.

For the game, the Loggers were 19 of 32 free throw shooting.

Columbia Falls went to the line seven times in overtime, making two. The Wildcats were 10 of 25 shooting from the line for the game.

Tucker Salmonsen led Columbia Falls in scoring with 12 points.

Libby 10 17 3 14 16 — 60

Columbia Falls 13 6 10 15 9 — 53

LIBBY — Brian Peck 3, JJ Davis 17, Ryggs Johnston 27, Nik Jones 5, Keith Johnson 8.

COLUMBIA FALL — Austin Green 9, Tucker Salmonsen 12, Drew Morgan 7, Lowell Panasuk 9, Billy Barrett 3, Quintin Schriver 4, Logan Bechtel 4, Matthew Morrison 5.

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