C-Falls girls, boys sweep Whitefish

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WHITEFISH — Columbia Falls needed a big fourth quarter to pull away from stubborn Whitefish for a 61-38 Northwest A girls basketball victory Thursday evening.

Columbia Falls outscored Whitefish 28-9 in the final frame to win going away.

Columbia Falls led 17-16 at halftime.

Ryley Kehr led a balanced Columbia Falls attack with 15 points. Hannah Gedlaman followed with 14 and Trista Cowan netted 12.

Marlee Bender topped Whitefish with a season-high 16 points.

Columbia Falls 8 9 16 28 — 61

Whitefish 7 9 13 9 — 38

COLUMBIA FALLS — Dani Douglass 8, Savvy Ellis 4, Lakia Hill 4, Hannah Gedlaman 14, Josie Windauer 3, Ryley Kehr 15, Madysen Hoerner 1, Trista Cowan 12.

WHITEFISH — Hope Brown 2, Claire Carloss 4, Kaiah Moore 2, Ashton Ramsey 5, Annisa Brown 6, Payton Kastella 3, Marlee Bender 16.

Bigfork 45, Polson 28

POLSON — Shae Anderson scored 13 points and Jaime Berg 10 as Bigfork topped Polson in a nonconference test.

Kaelyn Smith had 12 points for Polson.

Bigfork pulled away in the final half, outscoring Polson 27-14.

Bigfork 10 8 12 15 — 45

Polson 6 8 2 12 — 28

Bigfork — ?Shae Anderson 13, Jaime Berg 10, Ellie Berreth 6, Heidi Schnellek 6, Rakiah Grende 4, Jordan Nelson 2, Izzy Santiskevan 2, Ashton McAnally 2.

Polson — Kaelyn Smith 12, Olivia Perez 6, Quinn Motichka 4, Aislyn Baker 2, Mahala Buffalo 2, Natasha Gravelle 2.

Boys

Columbia Falls 53,

Whitefish 43

WHITEFISH — Matt Morrison scored 14 points and Quintin Schriver 11 as Columbia Falls topped Whitefish in a Northwest A contest.

Columbia Falls outscored Whitefish 15-9 in the fourth quarter to win by 10 points.

Lee Walburn led Whitefish, and all scorers, with 23 points.

Columbia Falls 6 18 14 15 — 53

Whitefish 8 11 15 9 — 43

COLUMBIA FALLS — Austin Green 8, Drew Morgan 9, Lowell Panasuk 8, Billy Barrett 3, Quintin Schriver 11, Matt Morrison 14.

WHITEFISH — Jack Schwaiger 4, Brendyn Peacock 3, Ryan Kemm 9, Lee Walburn 23, Dillon Botner 4.

Bigfork 63, Polson 46

BIGFORK — Bigfork defeated Polson in a nonconference game.

No results were available.

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