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Missoula Hellgate at Missoula Sentinel, 7:30 p.m.: Two Western AA teams in need of a victory meet in this crosstown duel. Hellgate (3-6) lost junior guards Andrea Hall, Katie Farago and Christy Lefler to injuries last week. Hall (ankle), the Knights' second-leading scorer, is expected back in the lineup, but Farago (ankle) is questionable and Lefler (knee), who suffered the most serious injury of the trio, is out indefinitely. Hellgate could have an edge inside, where sophomore Molly Hays averages 11.7 points per game. Sentinel (3-6), seeking its first conference win, could have an edge on the perimeter with all-state point guard Laura Stratton.

Missoula Loyola at Florence, 7:30 p.m.: Third-ranked Florence (8-0) can solidify its hold on the District 5-B lead by completing a season sweep of No. 9 Loyola (6-3). Florence won at Loyola 46-43 in the Falcons' season opener, behind 14 points from sophomore Kim Heinz and 11 from senior Alicia Torrey. Loyola, working on a three-game winning streak, boasts conference scoring leader Catie Priddy, who averages 19.2 points a game.

Kalispell at Whitefish, 5 p.m.: It's homecoming at Whitefish and the first- and second-place teams in the Western Division open a soccer doubleheader under the lights at Memorial Field. The boys play at 7. The Whitefish girls captured a non-conference meeting 3-1 in Kalispell three weeks ago. But Kalispell ended Whitefish's season last October in a shootout at the state tournament. Whitefish junior Elizabeth Pitman has 60 goals in just over 2Þ seasons for the Bulldogs.

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