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Frenzy Part 1 - Prep Basketball Hilites/Scores from Friday, 1/24

BOYS BASKETBALL

Belgrade 67, Browning 63

Bigfork 58, Eureka 39

Billings West 72, Great Falls Russell 60

Box Elder 89, Chinook 64

Broadus 60, Terry 26

Broadview-Lavina 65, Fromberg 41

Butte 73, Billings Senior 65

Chester-Joplin-Inverness 63, Sunburst 29

Choteau 65, Shelby 38

Columbus 66, Shepherd 51

Custer-Hysham 55, Bridger 54

Darby 62, Lincoln 43

Drummond 77, Victor 38

Dutton-Brady 56, Valier 45

Florence 45, Ronan 37

Foothills Christian 61, Heritage Christian 21

Fort Benton 49, Augusta 9

Hardin 64, Miles City 57

Helena Capital 44, Missoula Hellgate 41

Highwood 68, Geraldine 23

Hinsdale 61, Saco-Whitewater 27

Hot Springs 83, Two Eagle River 57

Huntley Project 55, Joliet 35

Lustre Christian 49, Scobey-Opheim 17

Malta 67, Poplar 46

Manhattan Christian 72, Manhattan 48

Melstone 68, Rosebud 30

Phillipsburg 63, Alberton 28

Plentywood 41, Wolf Point 35

Sidney 50, Glasgow 40

Superior 47, Arlee 42

Thompson Falls 59, Libby 54

Turner 65, Dodson 39

Whitehall 65, Jefferson (Boulder) 64, OT

Winnett-Grass Range 66, Yellowstone Home School 56

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Absarokee 29, Roberts 28

Belt 63, Cascade 35

Big Timber 51, Townsend 35

Billings West 46, Great Falls Russell 39

Broadview-Lavina 68, Fromberg 23

Charlo 41, St. Ignatius 35

Chester-Joplin-Inverness 73, Sunburst 26

Chinook 67, Box Elder 59

Choteau 59, Shelby 33

Columbia Falls 50, Kalispell Flathead 40

Culbertson 45, Fairview 36

Cut Bank 61, Rocky Boy 30

Darby 54, Plains 26

Dodson 86, Turner 46

Drummond 68, Victor 21

Dutton-Brady 72, Valier 33

Forsyth 55, Roundup 20

Glendive 47, Colstrip 40

Great Falls 67, Bozeman 46

Great Falls Central 42, Centerville 25

Harrison-Willow Creek 46, Twin Bridges 36

Highwood 40, Geraldine 28

Hot Springs 47, Two Eagle River 40

Jefferson (Boulder) 61, Whitehall 43

Laurel 55, Billings Central 48

Malta 73, Poplar 17

Manhattan 61, Manhattan Christian 37

Miles City 44, Hardin 43

Missoula Big Sky 59, Frenchtown 47

Phillipsburg 40, Alberton 32

Polson 51, Whitefish 35

Saco-Whitewater 41, Hinsdale 32

Scobey-Opheim 47, Lustre Christian 25

Seeley-Swan 67, Valley Christian 40

Thompson Falls 36, Libby 31

Wibaux 63, Plevna 15

Wolf Point 47, Plentywood 37

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