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Warriors remain undefeated on basketball court

SUPERIOR – The Warriors continue their terror on the court, remaining undefeated with a couple of 14-C wins to add to their collection.

On Superior’s court on Friday, the Warriors took down last year’s District champs Bobcats, 42-32.

After a dominating first quarter, the Warriors continued to school the Bobcats until they ran into trouble in the fourth; but trouble worked it’s way out of things as the Warriors picked up the conference win.

Warrior Patrick Big Sam led Arlee scorers with 12 points while the rest remained scattered between seven others.

Saturday the Warriors hosted Hot Springs and in a dominating high-scoring outing, blew out the fire under the Savage Heat’s sneakers, toppling Hot Springs 90-46.

Four Warriors posted double digits with Bradley Brazill leading the pack netting 20. Tyler Tanner was right behind with 19 while Riley Rogers and Justis Haynes each logged 10 apiece.

The Warriors will head to St. Regis to compete against fellow 14-C ballers Thursday and then will head to Missoula to take on Loyola-Sacred Heart Saturday.


Arlee 18 8 9 7 – 42

Superior 7 6 8 11 – 32

Patrick Big Sam 12, Justis Haynes 8, Phillip Malatare 6, Bradley Brazill 6, Tyler Tanner 4, Riley Rogers 2, PJ Haynes 2, Chance Brazill 2.

Arlee 23 20 29 18 – 90

Hot Springs – 11 18 9 8 – 46

Bradley Brazill 20, Tyler Tanner 19, Riley Rogers 10, Justis Haynes 10, Patrick Big Sam 9, Phillip Malatare 8, Isaac Desjarlais 6, PJ Haynes 6, Zach Felsman 2.

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