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Bison Topple Rustler Girls, Tuesday Prep Scores and Highlights

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GREAT FALLS -

Man, what a game Tuesday night at CMR. Even though the Great Falls High and CMR girls basketball teams entered the first cross-town game of the season with completely opposite records, it was a back and forth contest for almost all 32 minutes before the Bison eventually pulled away for the 56-45 win.

The Rustlers entered the game 1-6 on the season, but riding high after their first win on Saturday against Butte. They took the 6-1 Bison by storm early, running out to 7-1 and 22-15 leads. However, Great Falls High closed to within two at the half, thanks to a three point play by senior guard Taylor Kumm about a minute before the buzzer.

The Bison were able to take momentum in the third quarter, ending the stanza with a 33-31 lead, despite a valiant effort from Rustlers Junior Taylor Edwards who finished with a game high 22 points.

Great Falls High added to the lead in the 4th quarter, on the way to the 11 point win. The Bison are now 7-1 on the season and 2-0 in East Division play. CMR falls to 1-7 and 1-1.

BOYS BASKETBALL

Billings Skyview 58, Billings West 51

Corvallis 53, Polson 30

Hardin 76, Shepherd 75

Helena Capital 60, Anaconda 33

Miles City 53, Dickinson, N.D. 45

Missoula Sentinel 53, Missoula Big Sky 46

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Dickinson, N.D. 44, Miles City 39

Great Falls 56, Great Falls Russell 45

Helena Capital 76, Anaconda 34

Missoula Sentinel 70, Missoula Big Sky 30

 

 

 

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