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Missoula Sentinel boosted its dual record to 6-2 on Tuesday with a dominating home win over Helena Capital, 42-16. Pins were recorded by Beau King (138), Bailey Hawk (170) and Dakota Thomas (120). At 126 pounds, Justin Kovalicky battled back from a 5-0 deficit to defeat Capital's Nolan Dulaney, 9-7.

Libby split its two duals at the triangular it hosted that included Whitefish and Ronan. Libby beat Whitefish, 59-13, with pins from Libby's Buddy Doolin (113), Xander Spady (120), Michael Diller (132), Jeffery Offenbecher (145), Tim Carvey (160), Tanner Wood (170) and Cyrus Sweedman (285).

Ronan beat Libby 42-27 in another of the triangular matches. Libby wrestlers with pins included Doolin, Laine Young (160), Carvey. For Ronan, pins came from Noah Cheff (132), Eric Dolence (145) and Wesley Pablo (205).

Boys' basketball

Kalispell Glacier topped Columbia Falls 56-43. Caden Harkins dropped 16 points in the win for Glacier. Alex Whitman chipped in eight. Matthew Morrison paced Columbia Falls with 12 points, while Quintin Schriver added eight.

Lincoln missed a 3-point shot at the buzzer and White Sulphur Springs held on for a 55-53 home win. Nathan Brown scored 29 points for the Lynx.

Girls' basketball

Kalispell Glacier defeated Columbia Falls, 46-37. Anna Schrade led Glacier with 12 points and Ellie Stevens was right behind with nine. Ryley Kehr had 12 for Columbia Falls and Hannah Gedlaman pitched in nine.

Karissa Ninahuanca scored 10 points but it was not enough as Lincoln stumbled at White Sulphur Springs, 39-29.

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