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Corvallis Blue Devils hold off Chiefs

Corvallis’ Alma Powell cuts towards the basket as Ronan’s Timothy Woll tries to stop him. Corvallis topped Ronan in non-conference action. Jean Schurman photo

Corvallis’ Alma Powell cuts towards the basket as Ronan’s Timothy Woll tries to stop him. Corvallis topped Ronan in non-conference action. Jean Schurman photo

The Blue Devils of Corvallis jumped out to an early lead over the Ronan Chiefs in non-conference action on Friday night. Although the Chiefs tested the Blue Devils a time or two, the Blue Devils held on for a 52-38 win. Jayce Gilder finished with 22 points to lead Corvallis. Chaney Waldo dropped in another 10. The two teams matched up size wise but the determination of Gilder to get inside and the threat of Porter Jessop and Austin Ray from outside the perimeter was more than the Chiefs could handle.

Corvallis 52, Ronan 38

Ronan– Cedric Earthboy 15, Tim Woll 6, Alex Quequesah 3, Jeremiah Northpiegan 4, Kollin Wrobleski 9, Daniel Aylesworth 1.

Corvallis – Austin Ray 7, Alma Powell 4, Jayce Gilder 22, Chaney Waldo 10, Porter Jessop 9.

Stevensville won two games this week, a conference game over Anaconda and a non-conference game over Polson.

The Stevensville Yellowjackets found their stride in the second quarter and again in the fourth quarter and powered over Polson, 64-48, in non-conference action. Although Polson took a seven point lead at the end of the first period, the ‘Jacket defense held the Pirates to only four points in the second quarter while scoring 21 points. The boys in black and gold did the same in the fourth quarter.

Zach Gavlak led the ‘Jacket scoring with 22 points. Jared Schultz added 18 points.

Stevensville 64, Polson 48

Polson – Hudson Smith 8, Cedrick Smith 9, Chris McDonald 11, Andrew Weltz 18, Andrew Curley 3, Tanner Wilson 2, Mathew Rensvold 5.

Stevensville – Bo Zeiler 1, Jace Omlid 2, Bryce Torrey 3, Chris Lords 6, Chris Burgman 6, Chance Coleman 6, Jared Schultz 18, Zach Gavlak 22.

The Yellowjackets built upon the momentum of the Polson game on Saturday with a huge win over Anaconda. Sophomore Bryce Torrey, at 6’6”, had a breakout game, scoring 20 points on the heels of Zach Gavlak’s 24 points. Stevensville improved to 3-3 in the tough Southwest A conference and 7-6 overall.

Stevensville 75, Anaconda 48

Anaconda – Caleb Stetzner 8, Drew Conrady 8, Dennis Stanberry 20, Jackson Wagner 4, Ethan Blume 4, Brandon Fode 4.

Stevensville – Chris Lords 9, Chris Bergman 2, Jace Omlid 3, Chance Coleman 10, Zach Gavlak 24, Jared Schultz 7, Bryce Torrey 20.

The Hamilton Broncs played a tough game against Big Sky on Thursday night. The two teams battled to a 52 all tie at the end of regulation play. It looked as if there would be a second overtime period but Big Sky pulled ahead to win, 63-61, in the last couple of seconds.

Josh Heath had 16 points for Hamilton, including three from beyond the three point line. Kameron Kohn added 17 and Bret Huxtable 13.

Big Sky 63, Hamilton 61 OT

Big Sky – Brad Wakai 13, Stanley Underwood 5, Jesson Preston 15, Cory Diaz 6, Colin Bingham 20, Bennett Chelini 2, Seamus Lucostic 2.

Hamilton – Josh Heath 16, Kris Cleveland 1, Ty Burt 3, Teague Blome 5, Bret Huxtable 13, Kameron Kohn 17, Josh Bauder 5.

Hamilton played Butte Central on Saturday in Butte. The Broncs got off to a slow start and were never able to catch up as the Maroons won, 66-43. Ty Burt was the leading scorer for the Broncs with 13 points.

Butte Central 66, Hamilton 43

Hamilton – Josh Heath 2, Kris Cleveland 3, Ty Burt 13, Teague Blome 7, Bret Huxtable 7, Kameron Kohn 3, Josh Bauder 8.

Butte Central – Cal Hollow 4, Kale Guldseth 6, Danny Peoples 9, Chad Peterson 8, Dalton Sessions 7, Marcus Ferriter 14, Nate Bolstad 18.

The Victor Pirates took a page out of the Two Eagle River school playbook and went to a running game on Thursday in Victor. The Pirates jumped out to a 19 point lead and then added to that to cruise to a 74-43 win. The high paced game seemed to suit the Pirates with four players finishing in double figures – Nate Bishop with 22, Michael O’Leary with 14, Brady Tuttle with 12 and GP Monta with 10 points.

Victor 74, Two Eagle River School 43

Two Eagle River– Byron Carpenter 7, Josiah Whitworth 5, Carey Matt 4, Jalen Ducharme 4, DeShane Hewankorn 10, Eugene Parker 8, Julian Cutfinger 4, Donnie Herman 1.

Victor – Austin Lewis 3, Colt Neville 2, Kolton Benish 4, Nate Bishop 22, Terrell Sherrill 3, Brady Tuttle 12, Michael O’Leary 14, Ryan Lewis 4, GP Monta 10.

Bishop had another high scoring night the next night against Lincoln. The senior dropped in 24 points to lead Victor to a 44-37 13C conference win. Lincoln jumped out to an early lead but the Pirates climbed back into the game by the half and outscored the Lynx in the final period by five points for the win.

Victor 44, Lincoln 37.

Lincoln– Ian Nick 3, Rhett Jorgensen 18, Sam Brady 9, Greg Nick 3, Blake Eisenzimer 2, Quinton Grantier 2.

Victor – Austin Lewis 2, Colt Neville 2, Colton Benish 2, Nate Bishop 24, Brady Tuttle 6, Ryan Lewis 2, GP Monta 6.

Darby’s Zach McCrossin sank a trey at the buzzer to give Darby a 70-67 win over Philipsburg in Philipsburg on Friday. McCrossin finished the night with 23 points in the hostile gym. Joe Caicedo added 32 points in the conference win.

Darby 70, Philipsburg 67

Darby– Joe Caicedo 32, Zach McCrossin 23, Rope Rennaker 9, Dawson Jakober 4, Druex Kuntz 2.

Philipsburg – Jerry Metesh 21, Chase Comings 12, Dan Mickelson 13, Eric Bohrnsen 11, Ethan Stephenson 5, Bob Immenschuh 2, Austin Waldbillig 2.


The Tigers went to the boards and pulled down 40 rebounds compared to Valley Christian’s 33 boards in another 13C match on Saturday. Darby won, 62-58. The Tigers held off a surging Eagles team in the fourth quarter and were outscored by 12 points in the win. Caicedo finished with 25 points and McCrossin added 18.

Darby 62, Valley Christian 58

Valley Christian – Isaiah Bohlken 21, Elijah Redfern 12, Christian Kiemele 4, Joe Lodine 11, Matt Klein 8, Brad Klein 2.

Darby – Zach McCrossin 18, Rope Rennaker 8, Druex Kuntz 6, Joe Caicedo 25, William Westfall 3, Dawson Jakober 2.

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