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Charlo Lady Vikings
The Charlo Lady Vikings’ home game against the Alberton-Superior Lady Bobcats was postponed Friday evening due to COVID-19 protocols initiated by the Lady Bobcats. The conference home game has been rescheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 25 at 5:30 p.m.
In Hot Springs on Saturday afternoon, the Lady Vikings added another check mark in the win column with a 50-17 win over the hosting Hot Springs Lady Savage Heat.
Mila Hawk paced the Lady Vikings with a game high 20 points followed by Kassidi Cox with 12 points.
Two Eagle River Lady Eagles
On Tuesday, Jan. 11, the Two Eagle River Lady Eagles opened their week with a 78-31 road loss to the Mission Lady Bulldogs.
In a 14C District match up Thursday evening, the Lady Eagles fell 51-20 to the visiting St. Regis Lady Tigers.
Tavae Goodluck, Sarah Gardipe and Emma Gardipe scored a Lady Eagles’ team high four points apiece.
Polson Lady Pirates
Areanna Burke posted a Polson Lady Pirates team high 12 points in a 60-30 road loss to the Frenchtown Broncs on Tuesday, Jan. 11.
On Saturday, the Lady Pirates fell 65-40 to the hosting Browning Lady Indians.
Both Lexi Wirz and McKenna Hanson led Polson in scoring with 11 points apiece.
Non-conference cross county neighbors Ronan Maidens defeated the hosting Arlee Scarlets 53-21 on Tuesday evening, Jan. 11.
Saturday’s home game against the Plains Trotters was postponed due to COVID-19 protocols initiated by the Trotters. A date for a rescheduled makeup game has not been determined.
Mission Lady Bulldogs
The Mission Lady Bulldogs outpaced the visiting Two Eagle River Eagles 78-31 on Tuesday, Jan. 11.
Three Lady Bulldogs booked double digit scoring efforts on the night. Kooper Page led the way with a game high 23 points followed by Madyson Currie with 17 points and Kason Page with 15 points.
Friday’s road game against the Plains Trotters was postponed due to COVID-19 protocols initiated by the Trotters. The road game has been rescheduled for Monday, Jan. 31.
The Ronan Maidens outscored the Arlee Scarlets 53-21 on the road Tuesday evening, Jan. 11, in a non-league girls basketball match up.
Playing at home on Thursday, LaReina Cordova scored a Maidens’ team high 16 points in a 52-45 loss to the Columbia Falls Wildkats. Also for Ronan, Olivia Heiner chipped in with 10 points.
During the road game Tuesday, Jan. 11, against the Frenchtown Broncs, Polson Pirate senior Colton Graham surpassed the 1,000-career points scored benchmark.
Graham scored a team high 17 points to help lead the Pirates past the Broncs in overtime 56-53.
Also for the Pirates, Jarrett Wilson scored 13 points.
Saturday on the road, Graham scored a game high 30 points while Wilson chipped in 11 as the Pirates fell to the hosting Browning Indians 70-65.
On Tuesday evening, Jan. 11, the Arlee Warriors were defeated by the hosting Ronan Chiefs 57-49.
Saturday’s home game against the Plains Horsemen was postponed due to COVID-19 protocols initiated by the Horsemen. A date for a rescheduled makeup game has not been determined.
The Charlo Vikings’ home game against the Alberton-Superior Bobcats was postponed Friday evening due to CO
VID-19 protocols initiated by the Bobcats. The conference home game has been rescheduled for Tuesday, Jan. 25 at 7 p.m.
On Saturday, the Vikings won a 58-57 nail biter on the road against the Hot Springs Savage Heat.
Keaton Piedalue scored 15 points, Wesley Anderson booked 13 and Stetson Reum chipped in with 10 points.
Two Eagle River Eagles
The Two Eagle River Eagles fell 91-31 to the hosting Mission Bulldogs on Tuesday evening, Jan. 11.
The Ronan Chiefs defeated the visiting Arlee Warriors 57-49 on Tuesday evening, Jan. 11.
Both Thursday’s road game at Columbia Falls and Saturday’s road game against the Mission Bulldogs was postponed due to COVID-19 protocols initiated by the Chiefs. Dates for rescheduled makeup games have not yet been determined.
The Mission Bulldogs routed the visiting Two Eagle River Eagles 91-31 on Tuesday, Jan. 11.
Leading the Bulldogs and scoring in double digits, Kellen McClure scored a game high 20 points, followed by Zoran LaFrombois with 17 points and Cederick McDonald with 16 points. Also for the Bulldogs, Jadence Peone booked 13 points and Ross McPherson added 10.
Both Friday’s road game at Plains and Saturday’s home game against the Ronan Chiefs were postponed due to COVID-19 protocols. The road game against the Plains Horsemen has been rescheduled for Monday, Jan. 31, while the Ronan makeup game has not been determined.
Out of a field of 27 prep wrestling teams from Montana, Idaho and Washington, the Ronan Chiefs placed ninth with a team total of 109 points during the Jug Beck Rocky Mountain Classic hosted at the Sentinel High School in Missoula on Friday and Saturday.
Ridge Cote won the 103-pound weight class title with a pin win over Flathead’s Aiden Downing.
Tristan Fisher in the 170-pound weight class finished fourth, while Landon Bishop (146) placed fifth, Koda King (132) grabbed a sixth-place finish and Max Morency (285) nabbed a seventh-place finish.
Arlee Warrior wrestlers Brody Smith (113) and RJ Knoll (160) each picked up sixth place finishes in their respective weight classes during the Choteau Classic on Saturday.
Mission / Charlo Bulldogs
Wrestling in the 103-pound weight class, Kody Dillard claimed second place for the Mission / Charlo Bulldogs during the Choteau Classic on Saturday.
Also picking up hardware for the Bulldogs were Canyon Sargent placing fourth in the 170-pound weight class and Deago Hostetler (182) with a sixth-place finish.