Bigfork boys blow by Eureka

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EUREKA – The Bigfork Vikings got 22 points from Logan Gillard and blew out the Eureka Lions 69-11 in a District 7B boys basketball game Thursday evening.

Bigfork led 47-8 at the half.

The Lions did not score any points in the first and third quarters.

Anders Epperly scored 18 points and Colton Reichenbach scored 13 for Bigfork.

Jake Kindel led the Lions with 7 points.

Bigfork 25 22 19 3 — 69

Eureka 0 8 0 3 —  11

BIGFORK – Anders Epperly 18, Clayton Reichenbach 6, Colton Reichenbach 13, Luke Schmit 4, Randy Stultz 3, Asher VanCamper 1, Logan Gillard 22, Colt Thorness 2.

EUREKA – Corbin Hurst 4, Jake Kindel 7.

Browning 67,

Columbia Falls 37

COLUMBIA FALLS – Browning routed host Columbia Falls to improve to 10-1 overall.

Browning is 6-0 in conference play and led 42-18 after two quarters.

Ethan Running Crane led the Indians with 14 points and Rylee Spoonhunter scored 13.

Dillon Wanner scored 8 points for the Wildcats. Zach Pletcher added 7.

Browning 22 20 11 14 — 67

Columbia Falls 9 9 12 7 — 37

BROWNING – Rylee Spoonhunter 13, Ethan Running Crane 14, Derek Sharp 3, CJ Smith 2, Brant Bremner 2, Tre’von Fisher 2, Justin Burd 9, Deion Madplume 4, Tyree Whitcomb 12, John Deroche 4, Chris Reevis 2.

CF –  Dillon Wanner 8, Drew Morgan 1, Dillon Shipp 6, Danny Henjum 5, William Dyon 2, Logan Bechtel 3, Zach Pletcher 7, Sam Hovde 5.

Girls

Glacier 61, Polson 11

POLSON – Glacier rolled over Polson in nonconference play.

No scoring information was available.

Eureka 64, Bigfork 35

EUREKA – The Eureka Lady Lions cruised to a victory over the Bigfork Valkryies thanks to 17-point performances from Megan Hanson and Sienna Utter.

Eureka improves to 7-2 overall, 4-0 conference.

In addition to her 17 points, Hanson had six steals.

Maggie Graves contributed 12 rebounds, four steals, four blocks and scored 16 points.

Anslie Edgerton led Bigfork with 8 points. Meredith Bedford scored 6.

Bigfork 13 4 13 5 — 35

Eureka 12 15 16 20 —  64

BIGFORK – Meredith Bedford 6, Emma Barreth 5, Heidi Schneller 5, Jordan Nelson 4, Anslie Edgerton 8, Saylor Martinez 3, Quinn Nisson 2, Izzy Santistevan 2.

EUREKA – Rhianna Hawkins 2, Megan Hanson 17, Avory Escobar 9, Sienna Utter 17, Maggie Graves 16, Karlee Frost 3.

Browning 70,

Columbia Falls 67, OT

BROWNING – The Browning Lady Indians edged the Columbia Falls Wildkats in overtime.

No scoring information was available.

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