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Lady Bulldogs show no bite from outside in loss to Eureka

ST. IGNATIUS — The Lady Lions packed the middle of the paint and challenged the Lady Bulldogs outside shooters to beat them – the Lady Bulldogs weren’t up to the challenge, only connected on 10 of 39 shots from the field in a 37-25 District 7-B loss in the Doghouse Saturday night. “They put five in the paint and said ‘shoot it’, they’ve never done that,” Mission coach Les Rice said. “If you’ve got five people daring you to make it and you can’t make a shot, it’s not a fun thing. We couldn’t make them do anything they didn’t want to do,” he added. It wasn’t only the outside shot that the Lad...


Maidens suffer a couple of nail-biting losses

WHITEFISH — The Maidens’ nails are a probably a little smaller after last week, but unfortunately their hands are empty. The Maidens battled down-to-the wire in a pair of games last week, but came away with nothing to show for it in both cases. The Maidens took a narrow lead into the fourth qu...


Scarlets swoop past Two Eagle River to ascend to .500

PABLO — Sitting at .500, the Arlee Scarlets are beating the teams they are suppose to, now can they start beating the teams that they aren’t suppose to. The Scarlets used a dominant night on the glass and an antagonizing defense for a 54-28 rout of Two Eagle in Pablo Tuesday to improve to .500...


Cold shooting sinks Lady Vikings in Hot Springs

HOT SPRINGS — It was good defense against good defense when the top two girls’ teams in District 14-C met in Hot Springs Saturday. Not surprisingly, the difference in the game turned out to be the free-throw line. Charlo’s Lady Vikings trailed Hot Springs’ Savage Heat 24-17 after t...


Kenney shines in the paint, leads Polson to two more wins

POLSON — It was a different way of winning for Polson's Lady Pirates, but win they did over two Bitterroot teams. Polson post Riley Kenney powered her way to double-figures in the paint on Thursday and Saturday. The 5'10" sophomore scored 18 points and hauled in seven rebounds to key Polson's 58-45 ...


Two Eagle River wraps up homestand with pair of conference losses

PABLO — Luckily for David, he didn’t have to go four quarters with Goliath.  After playing Charlo close for two quarters, the Vikings’ size and physical play took it’s toll on the shorthanded Two Eagle River team, and the Eagles couldn’t keep pace with the Vikings in the...


Warriors whip Two Eagle to get back on track

PABLO — Warrior coach Clyde Tucker was nervous about how his team was going to respond to their first loss of the season – his team laid all his worries to rest Tuesday night. John Sansavere hit two early 3-pointers to give the Warriors a 6-0 lead and they never trailed on their way to a 72-46...


Chiefs break through with pair of victories over Whitefish, Superior

RONAN — A little confidence can go a long way. At least the Ronan Chiefs are hoping it does. With a pair of wins last week, the Chiefs look to use that new, albeit short string of victories as a springboard into the final weeks of the season. The Chiefs started off their winning streak with their...


Warriors whip Two Eagle to get back on track

PABLO — Warrior coach Clyde Tucker was nervous about how his team was going to respond to their first loss of the season – his team laid all his worries to rest Tuesday night. John Sansavere hit two early 3-pointers to give the Warriors a 6-0 lead and they never trailed on their way to a 72-46...


Pirates lose double-overtime heartbreaker to Broncs

POLSON — The Polson Pirates had their hand on the door knob and the door was almost closed, but the Hamilton Broncs jammed a big old hoof in the opening and kicked it back open by winning a double-overtime thriller 90-88. Polson had a 13-point lead early in the fourth quarter and looked to cruise to...


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