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Prep Basketball Highlights and Scores From Friday, 12/20

BOYS BASKETBALL    

Baker 46, Colstrip 36
    
Belt 79, Cascade 28
    
Billings Central 71, Lewistown (Fergus) 54
    
Billings Senior 56, Casper Kelly Walsh, Wyo. 47
    
Billings West 63, Casper Natrona, Wyo. 39
    
Bozeman 72, Helena Capital 67
    
Bridger 66, Absarokee 42
    
Broadus 81, Ekalaka 41
    
Broadview-Lavina 67, Harlowton-Ryegate 59
    
Browning 60, Belgrade 59
    
Butte Central 64, Stevensville 61
    
Chester-Joplin-Inverness 83, Sunburst 59
    
Choteau 71, Shelby 40
    
Corvallis 56, Hamilton 50
    
Custer-Hysham 56, Fromberg 40
    
Denton/Geyser/Stanford 59, Roy-Winifred 47
    
Dillon 62, Three Forks 24
    
Drummond 61, Victor 38
    
Ennis 70, Lone Peak 34
    
Fairfield 49, Conrad 35
    
Fairview 73, Brockton 26
    
Florence 47, Ronan 28
    
Fort Benton 70, Augusta 28
    
Frazer 85, Saco-Whitewater 66
    
Frenchtown 70, Anaconda 66
    
Froid/Medicine Lake 58, Richey-Lambert 52
    
Glasgow 53, Sidney 45
    
Glendive 64, Dickinson, N.D. 41
    
Havre 59, Livingston 32
    
Hinsdale 57, Nashua 48
    
Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 71, Winnett-Grass Range 41
    
Huntley Project 73, Joliet 67
    
Kalispell Glacier 65, Whitefish 45
    
Lodge Grass 77, Lame Deer 68
    
Malta 75, Poplar 42
    
Manhattan Christian 76, Lima 43
    
Miles City 91, Hardin 62
    
Missoula Hellgate 82, Great Falls 62
    
Missoula Loyola 63, Thompson Falls 45
    
Moore-Judith Gap 66, Hays-Lodgepole 60
    
Plenty Coups 96, Reed Point-Rapelje 52
    
Terry 38, Jordan 28
    
Townsend 68, Big Timber 46
    
White Sulphur Springs 57, Harrison-Willow Creek 55
    
GIRLS BASKETBALL    

Absarokee 48, Bridger 33
    
Belt 62, Cascade 34
    
Billings Central 51, Lewistown (Fergus) 37
    
Billings Senior 51, Casper Kelly Walsh, Wyo. 33
    
Broadus 51, Ekalaka 45
    
Browning 57, Belgrade 49
    
Butte Central 37, Stevensville 23
    
Casper Natrona, Wyo. 51, Billings West 40
    
Chester-Joplin-Inverness 68, Sunburst 25
    
Choteau 47, Shelby 16
    
Colstrip 39, Baker 26
    
Dillon 45, Three Forks 30
    
Drummond 59, Victor 32
    
Dutton-Brady 55, Valier 45
    
Ennis 51, Lone Peak 25
    
Fairfield 75, Conrad 37
    
Fairview 52, Brockton 36
    
Forsyth 65, Red Lodge 46
    
Gardiner 59, Twin Bridges 55
    
Geraldine/Highwood 40, Highwood 39
    
Great Falls 70, Missoula Hellgate 46
    
Hamilton 59, Corvallis 26
    
Harrison-Willow Creek 43, White Sulphur Springs 28
    
Havre 64, Livingston 25
    
Helena Capital 59, Bozeman 41
    
Hinsdale 53, Nashua 15
    
Huntley Project 62, Joliet 24
    
Jefferson (Boulder) 62, Whitehall 40
    
Jordan 51, Terry 34
    
Kalispell Glacier 61, Whitefish 5
    
Lodge Grass 78, Lame Deer 49
    
Malta 70, Poplar 27
    
Manhattan Christian 44, Lima 16
    
Miles City 53, Hardin 36
    
Missoula Sentinel 60, Great Falls Russell 29
    
Moore-Judith Gap 63, Hays-Lodgepole 21
    
Plains 53, Troy 19
    
Plenty Coups 58, Reed Point-Rapelje 50
    
Richey-Lambert 44, Froid/Medicine Lake 34
    
Rocky Boy 66, Cut Bank 49
    
Rosebud 58, Melstone 42
    
Roy-Winifred 53, Denton/Geyser/Stanford 24
    
Saco-Whitewater 67, Frazer 15
    
Shepherd 54, Roundup 29
    
Shields Valley 61, West Yellowstone 30
    
Sidney 52, Glasgow 25
    
Simms 59, Power 19
    
Townsend 53, Big Timber 50, 2OT
    
Wibaux 56, Plevna 25
    
Winnett-Grass Range 48, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 24

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