Lady Vikings topple St. Regis, Plains; Lady Bulldogs drop pair

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At Charlo last week, the host Lady Vikings continued a trend they started at the beginning of the season and picked up another pair of conference wins as they added to their renewed undefeated streak.

Last Thursday against St. Regis, Charlo caged some carnivore cats with a dose of catnip by carving out a strong first half double digit lead, then kept the Lady Tigers from baring the necessary teeth or claws to climb back into contention. Kaitin Cox and Liev Smith combined for more than two dozen.

The following evening on Friday, the host Lady Vikings tethered the Trotters with similar treatment, building a double digit first half margin, expanding upon it the following frame, then holding the reins in check the remainder of the way. Liev Smith was the only player to tally double figures, but Carlee Fryberger along with Destiny Manuel collaborated on another baker’s dozen.

The Lady Vikings travel to face Two Eagle River on Friday, Jan. 25, then host Noxon on Saturday, Jan. 26.

Charlo 30, Plains 19

Allie Delaney crossed the century (100) threshold for varsity career steals the last time the Lady Vikings faced the Trotters, having extended her pilfer tally by more than a dozen since then.

Charlo (7-1, 11-1), Plains (4-3, 7-4)

Plains 1 6 2 10 – 19

Charlo 8 9 8 5 – 30

PLAINS – Kassidy Kinzie 9, Kylee Altmiller 7, Haley Josephson 2, Natalee Deschamps 1.

CHARLO – Liev Smith 4 2-5 10(7r,1a,3s,2b), Carlee Fryberger 3 1-2 7(3r,1a,1b), Destiny Manuel 3 0-4 6(7r,3s,1b), Kaitlin Cox 1 2-2 5(4r,4s), Teaira Truman 2(3r,1s), Allie Delaney 0 0-2 0(2r,1a,2s), Kira McPhail (1s), Hailey Weible (1r).

3FGs – P (), C1-9 (Cox 1-6). (Fr18Jan19)

Charlo 49, St. Regis 31

Kaitlin Cox and Liev Smith surpassed the hundred threshold for season scoring, while Smith crested the double century (200) point plateau for varsity career scoring. Destiny Manuel crested the double century (200) threshold for varsity career rebounding.

Charlo (6-1, 10-1), St. Regis (2-5, 6-5)

St. Regis 5 8 11 7 – 31

Charlo 6 19 17 7 – 49

ST. REGIS – Baylee Pruitt 9, Emma Hill 8, Makaela Kelly 6, Sunny Shoupe 3, Madison Kelly 3, Taylor Hurd 2, Rylie Burnham 0. Kylee Thompson 0

CHARLO – *Kaitlin Cox 5 3-5 16(5r,4a,1b), *Liev Smith 5 0-2 10(3r,1a,2s), Carlee Fryberger 4 0-0 9(6r,4a,5s), Destiny Manuel 3 0-1 6(9r,2a,2s), Allie Delaney 2 0-6 4(7r,3a,3s), Teaira Truman 2(5r,1a,2s), Kira McPhail 2(1r,1b), Hailey Weible (1r).

3FGs – SR (), C4-16 (Cox 3-10, Ca.Fryberger 1-3). (Th17Jan19)

Asterisk (*) denotes stat variant(s) where LV sideline specs differ from media coverage: Cox 15p, Smith 11p

Bigfork 49, Mission 44

The Mission Bulldogs held a one-point lead entering the fourth quarter against Bigfork, 35-34, but they couldn’t hold it.

Azia Umphrey scored 14 points to lead the hosts, Madyson Currie added 10 and Addison Arlint scored eight.

Ansleigh Edgerton, a junior forward/center, turned in a double-double with 14 points and 11 rebounds as Bigfork slipped by Mission in a Class B contest.

Bigfork 49, Mission 44

6B Mission (5-4), 7B Bigfork (5-8)

Bigfork 14 10 10 15 – 49

Mission 12 8 15 9 – 44

BIGFORK – Ansleigh Edgerton 14, Emma Berreth 9, Jordan Nelson 8, Heidi Schneller 5, Isabella Santistevan 3, Meredith Bedford 3, Sayer Martinez 2, Rakiah Grende 2, Quinn Nisson 2, Audrey Buenz 1.

MISSION ST. IGNATIUS – Azia Umphrey 14(3r,1a,2s), Madyson Currie 10(2r,1a,5s,1b), Addison Arlint 8, Sydney Brander 6(5r,1a,4s), Karolyna Buck 4(3r,2a,5s,1b), Olivia Garland 2, tmMSI(25r,5a,18s,2b).

3FGs – B (), MSI (Umphrey, S.Brander). (Fr18Jan19)

Deer Lodge 70, Mission 41

The Bulldogs couldn’t recover from a rough start in a loss at Deer Lodge.

Azia Arlint led Mission with 10 points, Madyson Currie scored eight and Addison Arlint had seven.

Deer Lodge 70, Mission 41

Azia Umphrey crested the double century (200) point plateau for varsity career scoring.

Mission (1-3, 5-5), Deer Lodge (2-2, 6-5)

Mission 7 9 19 6 – 41

Deer Lodge 17 17 19 17 – 70

MISSION ST. IGNATIUS – Azia Umphrey 10(3r,1a,2s), Madyson Currie 8, Addison Arlint 7, Karolyna Buck 4(4r,3s), Courtney Mitchell 4, Hunter Eichert 3, Sydney Brander 3, Olivia Garland 2, Afton Brander 0, tmMSI(19r,7a,8s).

DEER LODGE – Kamryn Scully 15, Rachel Nicholson 15, Mya Wirth 14, Alyssa Lamb 9, Jessie Graveley 6, Emmy Miller 5, Jordan Senecal 1, Caprice Johnson 1.

3FGs – MSI (Umphrey 2, Buck). (Sa19Jan19)

Valley Christian 62, Two Eagle River 18

Taylor Vance had 14 points and Kaytlin Kelly added 10 to lead a balanced Valley Christian attack in a 62-18 win over Two Eagle River. Ten players scored for Valley Christian.

TaRae GoodLuck led Two Eagle with six points and Liz Hill scored four.

Two Eagle River 5 5 6 2 — 18

Valley Christian 10 18 15 19 — 62

Two Eagle River: TaRae GoodLuck 6, Liz Hill 4, Patience After Buffalo 2, Rachelle Hewonkorn 2, Mara Parizeau 2, Lu’Lani Miller 0.

Noxon 66, Two Eagle River 6

Noxon led 40-6 at the half and held the Eagles scoreless in the second half.

Delaney Weltz scored 17 points for Noxon while Avery Burgess added 11 and Kali Murray scored nine. Vanessa Horner and Kristina Brown scored seven each.

Two Eagle River 5 1 0 0 — 6

Noxon 18 22 20 6 — 66

Noxon: Delaney Weltz 17, Kali Murray 9, Chelsea Vohs 1, Emily Brown 4, Vanessa Horner 7, Kristina Brown 7, Avery Burgess 11.

Two Eagle River: Liz Hill 4, Trinity Carpinter 2, Lu’Lani Miller 0, Tarae Goodluck 0, Mara Parizeau 0, Rachelle Hewonkorn 0.

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