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Articles with the Tag: Basketball

Native basketball players sought

Deadlines are approaching for the Salish and Kootenai high school all-star basketball team selections to attend and participate in the AMERIND All West Native American Basketball Classic April 4-7 in Denver, Colo. It is not too late to show your interest. If you are interested in playing on the 2013 teams...

All-star game brings local hoopsters together

PABLO — Fans of Mission Valley basketball will get a treat March 22 when the area’s best high school hoopsters show off their skills one last time. The 18th annual Mission Valley all-star games will be held Friday, March 22, at the Joe McDonald Health and Fitness Center at Salish Kootenai College...

Arlee snaps Fairview's 41-game winning streak

BOZEMAN — Arlee proved today who the real Warriors are. Rocky Lewis led his team to a 63-53 victory over the defending state champion Fairview Warriors in a state quarterfinal Thursday afternoon, snapping the Eastern C Warriors’ 41-game winning streak. Christian Haynes totaled 15 rebounds...

Warriors go dancing Warriors go dancing

ARLEE — Arlee’s boys basketball team won the boys’ Western C challenge game against Ennis last week by a score of 68-60. Trailing by one point at the half, the warriors rallied late and brought home a win while guaranteeing the Warriors their third state championship tournament berth in fou...

Arlee boys headed for state, girls done Arlee boys headed for state, girls done

PHILIPSBURG — The Arlee Warriors are returning to state after beating Ennis 68-60 in a challenge game Monday night in Philipsburg.  Ranked fifth in the state before the Western C divisional tournament, the Warriors lost their first tournament game to Manhattan Christian by a score of 65-57. Acc...

Polson boys, girls fall short of state Polson boys, girls fall short of state

RONAN — After coming in third at the Northwestern A divisional tourney last weekend in Ronan, Polson’s Lady Pirates played a challenge game against Columbia Falls Monday night in hopes of extending their postseason run to state. It wasn't to be, as Polson couldn’t seem to puncture the ...

Mission teams play hard at divisionals Mission teams play hard at divisionals

KALISPELL — Mission’s hoopsters are done for the year after a tough Western B divisional tournament last week at Flathead High School. The Bulldogs fell just short of a third-place finish, battling back from a first-round loss to Bigfork on Thursday to beat Thompson Falls 63-29 on Friday and D...

SKC hosts college basketball tourney

PABLO — Salish Kootenai College will host the Montana-North Dakota Tribal College Basketball League Championships March 1-3 at the Joe McDonald gym in Pablo. Teams participating are: Aaniiih Nakoda College from Harlem; Blackfeet Community College from Browning; Chief Dull Knife College from Lame Dee...

Arlee boys, girls win 14-C tourney Arlee boys, girls win 14-C tourney

RONAN — The Ronan Event Center saw some fierce competition last weekend as seven boys and girls teams played for 14-C district basketball titles. In the end, the teams from Arlee prevailed, sweeping the championships as both the Warriors and Scarlets beat the Superior squads on Saturday. Led by a do...

Lady Vikings see season end

POLSON — The Charlo Lady Vikings saw their postseason run come to an end Monday when they lost a heartbreaker to Darby in a play-in matchup for a spot at the divisional tournament. The Lady Vikings came in third in the 14-C district tourney last weekend, earning another shot at making divisionals ...


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