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Sports Shorts for Feb. 9, 2022

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Mission Lady Bulldogs

On the road Monday, Jan. 31, Kooper Page scored a game high 27 points to lead the Mission Lady Bulldogs past the hosting Plains Trotters 60-29. Also for the Lady Bulldogs, Izzy Evans scored 10 points.

On Thursday, the hosting Florence-Carlton Lady Falcons outpaced the Lady Bulldogs 68-47. 

Arlee Scarlets

On Saturday, the visiting Florence-Carlton Lady Falcons defeated the Arlee Scarlets 63-23 in Class B conference action.

Charlo Lady Vikings

Hosting the Hot Springs Lady Savage Heat on Friday evening, the Lady Vikings picked up their 14th win of season with a 54-31 win over the Lady Savage Heat.

Kassidi Cox led the way for the Lady Vikings with a game high 22 points followed by Mila Hawk with 12 points. 

Scoring a game high 14 points on the road Saturday, Cox helped lead the Lady Vikings past the hosting Superior Lady Bobcats 45-37. Also for the Lady Vikings, Hawk chipped in with 10 points.

Two Eagle River Lady Eagles

The St. Regis Lady Tigers defeated the visiting Two Eagle River Lady Eagles 60-24 on Friday evening in 14C District girls’ basketball action. Dayani Piapot paced the Lady Eagles with 16 points.

On Saturday, Tavae Goodluck and Sarah Gardipe combined for 22 of the 27 Lady Eagle total points in a 58-27 loss to the visiting Hot Springs Lady Savage Heat.

Gardipe netted a team high 12 points followed by Goodluck with 10 points.

Ronan Maidens

Dani Coffman netted a game high 11 points followed by LaReina Cordova with 10 points helping the Ronan Maidens to a 42-21 home victory over the visiting Stevensville Lady Yellowjackets on Saturday.

Polson Lady Pirates

After jumping out to a commanding 12-4 first quarter road lead over the Whitefish Lady Bulldogs on Tuesday, Feb. 1, the Polson Lady Pirates fell 37-25 to the Lady Bulldogs.

Turquoise Pierre scored a Lady Pirate team high nine points.



Arlee Warriors

Levi Fullerton scored an Arlee Warriors team high 16 points on Saturday against the visiting Florence-Carlton Falcons. The Falcons defeated the Warriors 54-42.

Polson Pirates

The Polson Pirates beat the visiting Whitefish Bulldogs 69-52 in Northwestern A conference action on Tuesday, Feb. 1.

Colton Graham led Polson with 22 points followed by Trent Wilson with 13 points.  

Charlo Vikings

On Friday, Feb. 4, Keaton Piedalue booked a game high 30 points in a 72-63 home loss to the Hot Springs Savage Heat. Viking Stetson Reum chipped in with 10 points.

Rebounding from previous night’s loss, the Vikings defeated the hosting Superior Bobcats 64-29. 

he Vikings were led by Piedalue with 27 points followed by Coyle Nagy with 12 points.

Two Eagle River Eagles

In a 14C District match up Friday evening, the St. Regis Tigers defeated the visiting Two Eagle River Eagles 78-54. 

Three Eagles scored in double digits with Cai Burke leading the way with 19 points followed by Thomas Spotted Eagle with 12 points and Nate Gates with 10 points.

On Saturday, Gates scored an Eagles team high 17 points followed by Spotted Eagle with 11 points in a 78-50 home loss to the Hot Springs Savage Heat.

Ronan Chiefs

The Ronan Chief defeated the visiting Stevensville Yellowjackets 48-34 on Saturday, Feb. 5. 

Mission Bulldogs

On Monday, Jan. 31, the Mission Bulldogs routed the hosting Plains Horsemen by a score of 84-19. Cederick McDonald led the Bulldogs with a game high 25 points followed by Zoran LaFrombois with 23 points and Kellen McClure with 11.

LaFrombois reached the 1,000 career-point mark on Tuesday, Feb. 1, in the Bulldogs’ 56-39 road win over the Thompson Falls Blue Hawks. 

LaFrombois scored a game high 22 points followed by McDonald with 17 points and Ross McPherson with 10 points.

The Florence-Carlton Falcons on Saturday, narrowly slipped past the hosting Bulldogs 66-64.

LaFrombois scored 25 points to lead all scorers. 

Also for the Bulldogs, McDonald scored 13 points followed by Mike Wheeler with 11.


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