Boys' basketball

Drummond's Jonah Parke drilled a 10-foot jump shot with less than 10 seconds remaining, which served as the game winner in a 48-47 win against Twin Bridges. Parke finished with nine points, including the big bucket that came out of a timeout and his team trailing by one. Drummond post Riley Allen added a game-high 15 points.

Arlee blew past St. Regis, 88-10, on Tuesday. The Warriors had six different scorers hit double-digits. Will Mesteth and Isaac Fisher each had 16 points. Phillip Malatare and Lane Johnson scored 13 points apiece. And Cody Tanner and Greg Whitesell each had 10.

Ronan led 16-14 part way through the second quarter, but Hamilton closed the half on a 18-3 run and never looked back. The Broncs, who won 76-45, had four players reach double figures. Carter Kearns led the quartet with 15 points. Ronan's Zeke Misa scored a team-best 13.

Dyllon McDermid poured in 29 points for Deer Lodge but it was not enough as the Wardens lost 64-53 at Manhattan. The Tigers had three players in double figures scoring.

Charlo's Tyson Petticrew scored 16 points and teammate Landers Smith added 19 in a 60-40 District 14-C win over Two Eagle River. Brandon Larios led the Eagles in scoring with 12 points.

Darby downed Valley Christian in a District 13-C matchup, 49-39. Three Eagles scored in double figures, though, led by Trey Christiaens' 12. Aaron Hansen paved the way for Darby's eight scorers with 10 points.

Plains topped Thompson Falls 59-51, but full stats were not available.

Girls' basketball

Corvallis' Lainie Albright hit two late 3-pointers and finished with a co-team-high 17 points to lead her Blue Devils to a 52-41 win against Stevensville.

Ronan stayed on the heels of Hamilton all evening, but the Broncs came away with a 51-47 win. Cariann Kunkel paced Hamilton (6-0 overall) with 16 points, and teammate Lauren Ryter added 13 more. Ronan's Micalann McCrea led all scorers with 17.

Drummond used a 9-2 run in the third quarter to pull ahead of visiting Twin Bridges and held off the Falcons for 25-24 win. Morgan Radtke scored eight points to lead the Trojans.

Florence (6-0 overall, 2-0 in conference) continued its undefeated run to start the season with a 63-50 win against St. Ignatius. Florence point guard Danielle Zahn scored a game-high 23 points and Makenna Liles added 19. Zahn was 5 for 8 from 3-point range. Karolyna Buck scored 15 points to lead the Bulldogs.

Darby's Casey Ehmann scored a game-high 16 points, Kimber Schlapman added 13 and Shianne Kauk had 12 in their teams' 58-25 win against Valley Christian. Kaytlin Kelly led the Eagles with 10 points.

Charlo's Tyra Hammond scored a game-best 16 points in her team's 59-11 win over Two Eagle River.

After being tied at halftime, Arlee used a strong second half to beat St. Regis, 38-21. Alyssia Vanderburg led the Scarlets with 13 points. Nellie Desjarlais added nine points in the win. Justice Tate paced the Tigers with 12 points.

Plains boosted its record to 2-3 with a 44-31 win over visiting Thompson Falls. Lindsay Laws placed the Trotters with 15 points. Sarah Detlaff scored eight points for Thompson Falls.


Thompson Falls won on the road in its dual with St. Ignatius, 42-21. Kaleb Frank, Sam Ostwald, Austin Cooper and Seth Alarcon won their matches for Thompson Falls via pin. Gilliard was the lone winner for St. Ignatius. 

Hamilton hosted a double dual against Ronan and Salmon, Idaho. Ronan beat Hamilton/Darby, 56-15. Trevor Bartel, Trapper McCallister, Zane Walchuk, Kolby Reum, Seth Cheff, Daniel Collins Bishop, Justin Mays and Sam Mocabee of Ronan won by pin. Hyme Anderson won his match for Hamilton/Darby by pin as well. 

In Ronan's dual against Salmon, Spencer Stagg and Reum won by pin. 

In Hamilton's dual against Salmon, Cole Anson, Tristan Lewis and Dustin Copeland won by pin for the Broncs.