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• Ryan Simpson scored 22 points and No. 3 Bozeman made nine 3-pointers in a 75-60 Eastern AA victory over No. 2 Billings Skyview. Ryan Lonergan added 19 points for the Hawks, who outscored Skyview 17-8 in the second half to build a 35-21 lead. Cam Ketchem scored 22 points to lead Skyview.
• Rollie Worster pumped in 22 points, Abe Johnson added 13 and Bridger Deden pitched in with 11 as top-ranked Missoula Hellgate had little trouble with Helena, 59-37. Pierce Brown had 11 for Helena. Hellgate outscored the Bengals 14-5 in both the first and third quarters for most of its cushion.
• Blake Thelen topped a balanced offense with 13 points, Kyle Torgerson had 12 and Luke Wyman added 10 for Great Falls in a 56-43 Western AA victory over Butte. Clay Ferguson had 14 points and Dan McCloskey 11 for the Bulldogs.
• Trae Hugs led four players into double figures with 14 points as No. 2 Hardin defeated No. 5 Lewistown 60-37. Andrew House, Cayden Redfield and Kidd Littlelight all added 12 points for the Bulldogs, who took a 22-8 lead after the first quarter. Tanner Trafton scored 14 for Lewistown.
• Hunter Omlid led three players in double figures with 19 points as Hamilton fended off a 31-point effort by Dillon's Michael Haverfield for a 69-67 Southwestern A victory. Tanner Goligoski had 18 points and Carson Rostad 13 for the Broncs. Cole Truman pitched in with 11 for the Beavers. The game was tied 50-all after three quarters.
• Logan Kennedy was top scorer with 14 points, Gaje Leischner was next with 11 and Nick Pasquerello finished with 10 for Laurel in a 44-31 victory at Glendive. Riley Basta topped Glendive with 12 points.
• Tyree Whitcomb had 18 points and 13 rebounds, Deion MadPlume 14 and Rylee Spoonhunter 11 to offset 29 points and 13 rebounds by Whitefish's Lee Walburn in a 71-57 Northwestern A win for Browning. The Indians bolted to a 26-9 lead after one quarter, saw the margin dip to seven after three quarters, and then outran the Bulldogs 23-16 in the fourth quarter.
• Aaron Richards scored a game-high 12 points, Cade Holter added 11 and Braden Harrington scored 10 as No. 3 Butte Central handled Corvallis 58-32 to move to move to 10-0. Central rolled to a 29-15 lead by halftime and iced the win with a 23-6 fourth quarter romp. The Blue Devils were led by nine points from Caeson Jessop.
• Jack Lincoln was the sole scorer in double figures with 17 points to give No. 2 Missoula Loyola a 44-42 squeaker over Whitehall. Cade Briggs led the Trojans with 15 points. The Rams outscored Whitehall 10-4 in the fourth quarter.
• Cooper Oxarat scored 15 points, Tanner Smith 14 and Kevin Henry 13 for Malta in a 54-38 conquest of Shelby. The Coyotes received 12 from Tanner Parsons and 11 from Logan Leck.
• Joseph Williamson poured in 35 points, Logan Heser added 19 and Treyton Lilley finished with 10 for Wolf Point in an 82-49 thumping of Glasgow. Chevy Boos' 13 points led the Scotties, who also got 10 from Alec Boland.
• Badger Martin scored 22 points and teammate Spencer Lepley tossed in 18 as Shepherd won at home 62-51 over Columbus. Martin knocked down two 3-pointers. Lepley shot 11 of 13 from the foul line. Shepherd led 23-22 at halftime. The Mustangs outscored the Cougars 39-29 in the second half. Trey Stampfel led Columbus with 18 points. Colton Ludwig contributed 11 and Ricki Preece 10.
• Ry Olson scored 27 points and Joliet needed every one in a 42-41 victory over Red Lodge. Corby Mann had 12, and Austin Heimer and Kaden Myrstol 11 each for the Rams.
• Wynn Main had 20 points, Wilfred Lambert 19 and Darryl Joe 17 as Poplar ran past Harlem 80-50. Kenny Smoker contributed 13 for the Indians, who broke open a close game with a 30-11 second quarter. Freshman RJ Ramone topped Harlem with 17 points. Lane Allen and Daniel Lawrence scored 10 apiece.
• Bryce Harrington scored 11 points and Avery Stiles chipped in with 10 for Jefferson in a 43-40 squeaker over Townsend in the Elkhorn showdown. Tyson Racht had 12 and Aaron Geisser 10 for Townsend.
• Kade Harwood's 24 points were the difference for Conrad in a 61-59 victory over Class C North Star. Nolan Taule had 13 and Blake Larson 11 for Conrad. North Star got 17 from Hayden Massar, 13 from Bailey Spicher and 12 from Austin Hansen.
• Deer Lodge took a 46-35 decision over Thompson Falls.
• Dylan Parks scored 16 points, Brandon Winters 15 and Nelson Smith 14 for Darby in a 56-47 win at Alberton-Superior. Carson Callison led all scorers with 18 for Alberton-Superior.
• Only four players scored for No. 3 Colstrip, but they were enough to beat Huntley Project 57-52. Kellen Big Head led the way for the Colts with 21 points. JT Baer added 14, Bo Tyler Vocu 12 and Kobee Big Back 10 for Colstrip, which remained unbeaten at 10-0. Tim Rose led Huntley Project with 15 points.
• Unbeaten Big Timber, ranked No. 4, kept the wins coming with a 72-39 victory at Manhattan. The Sheepherders featured a balanced attack led by Kell Schwers' 17 points. Ethan Bullock was close behind with 15 points, followed by Blake Finn at 13 and Jacob Roberts with 10. Big Timber raced ahead 36-14 by halftime. Manhattan received 11 points from Caden Holgate.
• Chris Bradley scored 14 points and Tanner Rae added 10 to lead Roundup to a 62-38 romp over Forsyth. Rylan Kuntz led the Dogies with 16.
• Damon Grovon, Ty Moccasin and Josh Stewart scored 22 points apiece as No. 10 Lodge Grass won at home over Lame Deer 114-91. The Indians scored 61 points in the second half to finish off the Morning Stars. Six Lodge Grass players scored points in double-digits. Kingston McLean finished with 26 points for Lame Deer.
• Logan Gilliard scored 11 points and Luke Schmit added 10 as top-ranked Bigfork coasted past Florence 56-23.
• Dyllon McDermid led all scorers with 24 points as Deer Lodge downed Thompson Falls 46-35 in a Western B tilt. Kade Pardee scored 13 points and Jaden Isaac 11 for Thompson Falls.
• A day after breaking the 2,000-point mark for his career, Brody Grebe scored 26 points to help No. 3 Melstone top Northern Cheyenne 98-27. Reuben Black Wolf scored 13 points to lead Northern Cheyenne. Carson Hein added 16 points and Holden Roskelley had 13 for Melstone.
• Alex Shriver led with 25 points and Cody Asbeck added 21 as No. 10 Fairview handed Plentywood its first defeat in 10 games, 65-45. Alex Wiens had 14 and Bryce Osksa and Jaxson Pedersen 12 apiece for the Wildcats. Fairview led by three points at halftime before pulling. Shriver was 13 for 14 from the free-throw line.
• Derek Bowker scored 14 points and Cameron Downs added 13 points to lead Bainville over Savage 42-39. Sloan McPherson scored 15 points in leading Savage.
• Wyatt Hayes had 18 points, Colton Young 12 and Ashton Campbell 10 to carry Absarokee past Reed Point-Rapelje 57-49. Ty Herzog's 23 points led all scorers for Reed Point-Rapelje, who also got 12 from Bud Ullery.
• Owen Mercado poured in 24 points and Seeley-Swan defeated Victor 60-31. Cordell Turner added 16 points and Chance Johnson tallied 15 for the Blackhawks. Skyler Webberson led Victor with 10.
• Cobe Begger had a big night with 23 points but Gage Swanson countered with 23 as Beach (North Dakota) won its annual border war with Wibaux 53-39. Chance Larson added nine for the Longhorns.
• Troy Hoaglund had 15 points and Dylan Cummings 11 as Troy moved up a class and downed rival Eureka 42-38 after outscoring the Lions 20-10 in the final quarter. Corey Chaney's 20 points topped Eureka.
• Caleb Senner led with 20 points, Kyler Brown had 13 and Seth Prevost contributed 12 to carry Richey-Lambert past Froid-Lake 60-40. Colt Miller had 14 for Froid-Lake.
• Clancy Thomas scored 23 points and Jacob Perius added 18 to lead Gardiner to a 83-60 win over Broadview-Lavina. The Bruins took a 49-21 into halftime. Cameron Hickson had 28 points and Rod Schaff 17 for Broadview-Lavina.
• Jake Soloman was game-high with 15 points, Parker Donaldson had 14 and Arik Ayers 10 for Denton-Geyser-Stanford in a 62-30 romp over Centerville. Cooper Davis had nine for the Miners.
• Zane Stahl and Ryan Drollinger each had 11 points to lift Winnett-Grass Range to a 42-33 conquest of Roy-Winifred. Tyler Fordyce and Brody Geer each had 11 points for Roy-Winifred.
• Austin Dennis scored 13 points and Austin Popp and Connor McNeil each had 10 for Park City in a 61-13 victory over Fromberg.
• Maverick McKinlay led with 23 points and teammate Brady Duvall contributed 20 to lift Geraldine-Highwood past Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 68-61. Bryce Birgenheier had 11 for G-H. Matthew Eike led Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap with 20 points, Carson Stevenson had 12 and Zachary Thomas 11.
• Caleb Bellach’s 25 points helped host Manhattan Christian hold off Three Forks 53-48. The Eagles, No. 1 in the 406mtsports.com Class C rankings, outscored the Wolves (No. 7 in Class B) 18-9 in the second quarter. Colter Miller led Three Forks with 19 points and 11 rebounds. Dustin Dalke had 11 points and 10 rebounds and Payden Lynn added 10 points.
• Landers Smith led with 22 points and had help from Nate Delaney (14) and Connor Koenig (13) in Charlo's 55-39 triumph over Hot Springs. The Savage Heat got 12 points from Brandon Knudsen.
• Derick Curry scored 16 points, Treydon Brouillette added 15 and Matt McCracken contributed 11 for Plains in a 60-32 romp over Two Eagle River. Anthony Charlo's 13 led Two Eagle.
• Ty Murphy had 13 points, Beau Simonson 11 and Jesse Lee 10 for Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale in its 49-25 win at Frazer.
• Zach Brown and Terry Allmer led Lustre Christian to a 67-59 win over Dodson. Brown scored a game-high 32 points, and Allmer added 22. For Dodson, Shaun Ball scored 26 points, and Corbin Lone Bear and Sam Main each had 10.
• Brendan Falls Down popped in 18 points, Clarence Stewart had 16 and Kevin Ladson added 15 for Plenty Coups in a 75-68 victory against Bridger. Jake Kallevig had 23 to lead the Scouts, who also got 14 from Kalen Pospisil and 10 each from Colby Zentner and Jake Mitzel.
• Ally Cleverly scored a game-high 22 points and drained four 3-pointers, and Aspen Lovshin racked up 16 points as Butte rolled to a 56-39 Eastern AA road victory over Great Falls. After building a 19-14 first quarter lead, the Bulldogs (4-2) pulled away by holding the Bison to one point in the second quarter en route to a 37-15 lead by halftime. Lovshin and Brittney Tierney connected on two 3-pointers each. Great Falls was led by 11 points from Jorgie Hawthorne and 10 from Hadlee Bleskin.
• Jamie Pickens led with 16 points, Payton Aasved had 13 and Paige Aasved 11 as top-ranked Helena put the defensive clamps on Missoula Hellgate for a 49-25 win.
• No. 5 Bozeman shut out Billings Skyview in the first quarter and went on to beat the Falcons 55-22 in Eastern AA action. Sophia Robinson, Macy Mayer and Ava Westphal all had nine points for the Hawks, who had six players score six or more points.
• Sammi Spitzer scored 16 points and Mya Hansen added 15 as No. 4 Laurel topped Glendive 50-31 in an Eastern A game. Laurel took an 11-point lead in the first quarter. The Locomotives will play at No. 2 Billings Central on Tuesday.
• Olivia Moten-Schell dropped in 15 points and No. 2 Billings Central defeated Sidney 59-30 in an Eastern A game. Isabelle Erickson and Melissa Hanser added nine points each for the Rams, who will host No. 4 Laurel on Tuesday. Cassidy Larson led Sidney with 11 points.
• Kyndall Keller led all scorers with 20 points as defending state champion and top-ranked Havre (10-0) extended its winning streak to 34 games with a 62-37 thumping of Class B Fairfield. Loy Waid added 13 for the Blue Ponies. Emily Clotfelter had nine for Fairfield.
• Marie Five scored 14 points to lead Hardin in a 60-41 Eastern A romp over Lewistown. Anna Zimmer's 17 points led the Golden Eagles. The Bulldogs broke open a tight game with a 21-13 second quarter.
• Tricia Joyce had 16 points and Sofee Thatcher 11 to help Butte Central rally past Corvallis 39-36 in Southwestern A play. The Maroons outscored the Blue Devils 19-10 in the fourth quarter. Nine players scored for Corvallis, led by Hannah Martin with eight.
• Josey Jones scored a game-leading 14 points as Dillon held off Hamilton in overtime 37-33 in a Southwest A matchup despite being held scoreless in the second quarter. Dillon built a 10-5 first-quarter lead before Hamilton outscored the Beavers 11-0 in the second quarter. Dillon then responded with a 16-5 third quarter to retake the lead. Hamilton then knotted up the score in the fourth to send the game into overtime, where Dillon outscored the Broncs 8-4. Jordyn McKay led the Beavers in the overtime frame, scoring five of her eight points.
• Alli Collins and Sammie Bradeen each tallied 10 points for Libby in a 49-15 victory over Polson. Sharmaine Perez scored eight points for the Pirates.
• Tiana Ulutoa scored 20 points and Jaylea Lunceford added 10 in leading Ronan to a 49-37 win at St. Ignatius. Karolyna Buck and Sydney Brander each scored eight for the Bulldogs.
• Morgan Kirch scored 14 points and Columbus made 23 of 35 free-throw attempts in a 58-19 4B win over Shepherd. Brenna Rouane added 11 points for the Cougars, who also scored 19 points off 25 Shepherd turnovers.
• Kya Egan scored 14 points and Baily Egan added 12 to lift Colstrip to a 50-42 win over Huntley Project. Macee Murphy had 12 to lead Project.
• Kyleigh Schipman led all players with 15 points as Malta clipped Shelby 36-29. Skyler Martin led the Coyotes with 10 points.
• Eighth-ranked Whitehall won a nail-biter at Missoula Loyola as Brynna Wolfe hit two foul shots with 3 seconds left that proved to be the difference. Sam Clevenger paced the Breakers (8-2) with 28 points. Wolfe had 25 points.
• No. 10-ranked Three Forks received 27 points from Kyle Olson in defeating Class C Manhattan Christian 59-29. Olson connected on four 3-pointers. She also gathered six rebounds and seven assists. Teammate Paeton Ohs added 11 points. Three Forks outscored Manhattan Christian 34-11 in the middle quarters.
• Tavia Rooney accounted for over half of Townsend's scoring, pouring in a game-high 26 points to pace the Bulldogs to a 42-32 Elkhorn showdown win over Jefferson. The Bulldogs led by 15 points from Rachel VanBlairecom. Townsend led 25-13 by halftime.
• No. 2 Wolf Point downed Glasgow 47-25 behind 14 points from Imani Bighorn and 13 from Mya Fourstar. The Wolves got a cushion when they held Glasgow to two points in the second quarter for a 26-10 halftime lead.
• No. 3 Harlem raced to an early lead and defeated Poplar 73-33. L'Tia Lawrence scored 23 points to lead the Wildcats, and Skylee Dirden added 20.
• Lindsey Hein scored 17 points and Roxanne Keefer put in 10 as No. 6 Forsyth defeated Roundup 47-38. Morgan Eiselein led Roundup with 11 points. The game was tied 24-24 at the half.
• Shantell Pretty On Top collected 31 points in helping Lodge Grass beat visiting Lame Deer 94-69. The Indians broke the game open with a 33-8 scoring blitz in the third quarter. Jordan Jefferson had 18 points for the winners. Raeshawna Redstar accounted for 14. Island Little Coyote was Lame Deer's big gun with 31.
• Sydney Prather wound up with 27 points as Big Timber won on the road 59-57 at Manhattan. Teammate Melissa Mosness chipped in with 10 points. Amy Grevious scored 25 points for Manhattan. Emma Wass added 11.
• Destynee Two Moons scored 20 points, Priscilla Flatmouth added 17 and Madison Bighorn contributed 14 for St. Labre in a 62-57 win at Class A Miles City. Mackenzie Rask of the Cowgirls led all scorers with 30 and Dezi Chamberlin added 11.
• Rilee Gray topped all scorers with 18 points, Rachel Nicholson had 14 and Mya Wirth provided 10 as Deer Lodge overcame Thompson Falls 66-36. Megan Baxter had 15 for T-Falls.
• Meadow Smith and Dorothy Mastel each had 12 points for Red Lodge in a 50-49 victory over Joliet, which got 25 points from Shayla Weber.
• Ashtynn Curtis scored 18 points and all nine Plentywood players scored as the Wildcats toppled Fairview 72-40. Liv Wangerin had 11 points and Brenna Osksa and Mikayla Stevens added 10 apiece for Plentywood, which used a 20-6 second quarter to pull away. Leading the way for Fairview was Jayden Gackle with 13 points.
• Joelnell Momberg led with 23 points and Maddie Wolf Chief added 15 for top-ranked Box Elder in a 74-25 rout of Hays-Lodgepole. Lilly Gopher contributed 10 points for the defending state champion Bears. Mulleah Stiffarm topped Hays-Lodgepole with 12 points.
• Marni Schieffer pumped in 25 points and sister Layni Schieffer added 15 as Wibaux tipped cross-border rival Beach (North Dakota) 62-60. Ceara Miske added 14 for the Longhorns. Alyvia Braden led Beach with 19 points. Wibaux trailed by two points entering the fourth quarter.
• Drummond made quick work of Lima, winning 58-23 after racing to a 33-13 lead by halftime. Rylee Hilmo scored 21 points and Jessie Struna added nine for Drummond. Treazur Williamson scored six points to lead Lima.
• Terra Bertsch and Jory Towe each had 10 points as Seeley-Swan gave its bench players a lot of action in a 66-7 win over Victor.
• Freshman Draya Wacker was a one-person wrecking crew with 26 points for Melstone in a 52-31 victory at Northern Cheyenne. Cholena Walker topped Northern Cheyenne with 10 points.
• Three players scored in double figures as Alberton-Superior defeated Darby 58-51. Zoe Kelsey scored 13 points and Sorren Reese and Madison Mask each added 11. Casey Ehmann poured in 26 for Darby.
• Tyler Lien scored 23 points and No. 5 Savage topped Bainville 59-25. Soda Rice added 12 points for the Warriors.
• Ella Messerly had a career night with 34 points for Dodson in a 59-26 rout of Lustre Christian. Kailee Henry chipped in with 14 for Dodson. Tops for Lustre was Amber Reddig with 10.
• Kaitlin Cox scored 14 points and was helped by Teaira Truman's 11 in Charlo's 51-22 romp at Hot Springs. Katelyn Christensen led the Savage Heat with nine.
• Janessa Willekes poured in 28 points and her sister Elyssa Willekes added 11 for Simms in a 57-49 victory over Power. Jessie Maruska led Power with 14 points, followed by Monique Schwalbach with 11 and Kinsey May with 10.
• Josie Thomas had 20 points and Alexis McDonald 17 for Gardiner in an easy 66-16 win over Broadview-Lavina. The Pirates got eight points from Callie Beckett.
• Sydney Van Bergen scored a game-high 20 points, Cassidy Randel provided 16 and Taylor McCready contributed 11 as Denton-Geyser-Stanford toppled Centerville 63-41. Jena Sidle led the Miners with 14.
• No. 3 Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap bolted to a 21-0 lead in the first quarter and coasted to a 55-16 triumph over Geraldine-Highwood as Brianna Bergum scored 11 points.
• Kaitlyn McColly's 11 points led Saco-Whitewater-Hinsdale in a 54-32 victory at Frazer, which got 13 points from Justine Smoker.
• Sydney Dethman led with 16 points and sister Mackenzie Dethman added 11 for Froid-Lake in a 47-36 victory over Richey-Lambert. Haley Olson had 17 for the Fusion.
• Jessica Adkins scored 18 points, Serena Oyler added 15 and Hope Buessing contributed 14 for Bridger in a 55-31 triumph over Plenty Coups. Kodi Big Lake had nine for Plenty Coups.
35: Joseph Williamson, Wolf Point
34: Ella Messerly, Dodson
33: Ed Murnion, Jordan
32: Zach Brown, Lustre Christian
31: Shantell Pretty On Top, Lodge Grass
31: Island Little Coyote, Lame Deer
30: Mackenzie Rask, Miles City
28: Sam Clevenger, Missoula Loyola
28: Cameron Hickson, Broadview-Lavina
28: Janessa Willekes, Simms
27: Kyle Olson, Three Forks
27: Ry Olson, Joliet
27: Sydney Prather, Big Timber
26: Brody Grebe, Melstone
26: Casey Ehmann, Darby
26: Tavia Rooney, Townsend
26: Kingston McLean, Lame Deer
26: Shaun Ball, Dodson
25: Amy Grevious, Manhattan
25: Marni Schieffer, Wibaux
25: Brynna Wolfe, Whitehall
25: Alex Shriver, Fairview
25: Caleb Bellach, Manhattan Christian
25: Shayla Weber, Joliet
24: Owen Mercado, Seeley-Swan
24: Alison Harris, Conrad
24: Kade Harwood, Conrad
24: Dyllon McDermid, Deer Lodge
23: Joelnell Momberg, Box Elder
23: Ty Herzog, Reed Point-Rapelje
23: Cobe Begger, Wibaux
23: Clancy Thomas, Gardiner
23: L'Tia Lawrence, Harlem
23: Maverick McKinlay, Geraldine-Highwood
23: Jake Kallevig, Bridger
22: Ryan Simpson, Bozeman
22: Cam Ketchem, Billings Skyview
22: Rollie Worster, Missoula Hellgate
22: Badger Martin, Shepherd
22: Josh Stewart, Lodge Grass
22: Damon Grovon, Lodge Grass
22: Ty Moccasin, Lodge Grass
22: Landers Smith, Charlo
22: Terry Allmer, Lustre Christian
22: Ally Cleverly, Butte
21: Tate Elkin, Billings Christian
21: Shelbie Jackson, Cascade
21: Rylee Hilmo, Drummond
21: Cody Asbeck, Fairview
21: Kellen Big Head, Colstrip
20: Kyndall Keller, Havre
20: Wynn Main, Poplar
20: Corey Chaney, Eureka
20: Kobe Chaska, Terry
20: Caleb Senner, Richey-Lambert
20: Josie Thomas, Gardiner
20: Skylee Dirden, Harlem
20: Tiana Ulutoa, Ronan
20: Brady Duvall, Geraldine-Highwood
20: Matthew Eike, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap
20: Sydney Van Bergen, Denton-Geyser-Stanford
20: Destynee Two Moons, St. Labre
• Kyle Burwick of Hettinger-Scranton (N.D.) won his fifth championship to become the first wrestler ever to win five individual titles at the 61st annual Cowboy Invitational in Miles City. The senior wrestled at the Cowboy as an eighth-grader. Sidney defended its team championship with 226 points and Billings West was second with 173.5. Billings Senior was third at 165. Winning individual championships were Seamus Casey, Thunder Basin, 103; Alejandro Madrid, Senior, 113; RJ Lowdog, West, 120; Burwick, Hettinger-Scranton, 126; Damian Leidholt, Miles City, 132; Jahzriel Peak, Senior, 138; Warren Carr, Thunder Basin, 145; Michael Weber, Forsyth, 152; Ty Bradley, Colstrip, 160; Jace Rhodes, West, 170; Jett Jones, Sidney, 182; Shane Gibson, Livingston, 205; and Levi Malcolm, West, 285.
• Poplar won the Choteau Classic with 149 points and Columbus-Absarokee-Park City was second with 137. Townsend was third at 123.5. Individual titlists were: 103, Weston Timberman, Columbus-Absarokee-Park City; 113, Trae Thilmony, Thompson Falls; 120, Riley Richtmyer, Townsend; 126, Matt Connelly, Valier; 132, Connor Johnson, Whitehall; 138, Josiah Vanderwall, Plains-Hot Springs; 145, Hunter Reum, Poplar; 152, Dylan Raihl, Columbus-Absarokee-Park City; 160, Kameron Rauser, Townsend; 170, JR Seewald, Cut Bank; 182, Andres Lopez, Malta; 205, Spencer Jones, Florence; 285, Trey Privvernow, Poplar.
• Mead High School of Spokane, Washington, won the Jug Becky Rocky Mountain Classic with 201 points, while Bozeman was second with 199.5 and Great Falls third with 165. Individuals who won championships were: 103, Mick Chagnon, Havre; 113, Walker Dyer, Frenchtown; 120, Jake Bibler, Frenchtown; 126, Cooper Birdwell, Lewistown; 132, Leif Schroeder, Bozeman; 138, Reese Karst, Powell; 145, Martin Wilkie, Havre; 152, Chance McLane, Bozeman; 160, Devin Crawford, Helena; 170, Cameron Crawford, Mead; 182, Elijiah Davis, Great Falls; 205, Ben Voightlaender, Mead and 285, Ethan DeRoche, Great Falls.