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Absarokee 34, Bridger 25

Anaconda 72, Missoula Loyola 54

Arlee 92, Hot Springs 67

Bainville 65, Trinity Christian, N.D. 58

Baker 45, Colstrip 39

Belgrade 62, Havre 54

Belt 59, Highwood 43

Billings Skyview 72, Butte 61

Box Elder 81, Big Sandy 22

Broadview-Lavina 73, Harlowton-Ryegate 59

Browning 70, Livingston 54

Butte Central 49, Stevensville 45

Chester-Joplin-Inverness 62, Simms 47

Chinook 63, Roy-Winifred 39

Choteau 72, Townsend 59

Columbia Falls 70, Frenchtown 30

Conrad 63, Shelby 55

Culbertson 56, Froid/Medicine Lake 47

Custer-Hysham 77, Fromberg 62

Darby 60, Victor 57

Deer Lodge 69, St. Ignatius 64

Denton/Geyser/Stanford 80, Moore-Judith Gap 66

Drummond 68, Seeley-Swan 52

Fairfield 50, Cut Bank 40

Fairview 66, Richey-Lambert 44

Florence 44, Thompson Falls 29

Forsyth 81, Red Lodge 54

Frazer 69, Saco-Whitewater 56

Glasgow 58, Wolf Point 35

Great Falls 68, Billings West 65

Great Falls Russell 63, Bozeman 54

Harlem 68, Poplar 51

Harrison-Willow Creek 62, Lone Peak 48

Helena Capital 61, Dillon 46

Hinsdale 51, Nashua 41

Jefferson (Boulder) 68, Manhattan 45

Lake City, Idaho 74, Kalispell Glacier 53

Laurel 35, Columbus 24

Lincoln 66, St. Regis 60

Lustre Christian 62, Jordan 51

Malta 67, Plentywood 35

Manhattan Christian 75, Lima 23

Missoula Hellgate 56, Helena 33

Missoula Sentinel 57, Hamilton 34

Park City 73, Roberts 32

Phillipsburg 58, Valley Christian 38

Plenty Coups 77, Reed Point-Rapelje 43

Power 67, Dutton-Brady 39

Scobey-Opheim 46, Dodson 27

Shields Valley 72, West Yellowstone 24

Sidney 61, Miles City 51

St. Labre 75, Ekalaka 43

Troy 47, Noxon 35

Twin Bridges 58, Gardiner 48

Westby-Grenora 51, Circle 46

White Sulphur Springs 57, Sheridan 41

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL    

Absarokee 50, Bridger 36

Arlee 53, Hot Springs 16

Belt 74, Highwood 28

Big Sandy 56, Box Elder 55

Big Timber 49, Three Forks 47

Butte 55, Billings Skyview 47

Butte Central 58, Stevensville 28

Chester-Joplin-Inverness 45, Simms-Augusta 37

Choteau 55, Townsend 26

Colstrip 55, Baker 48

Columbia Falls 55, Frenchtown 42

Conrad 40, Shelby 21

Culbertson 46, Froid/Medicine Lake 29

Custer-Hysham 62, Fromberg 31

Deer Lodge 71, St. Ignatius 12

Denton/Geyser/Stanford 45, Moore-Judith Gap 29

Drummond 52, Seeley-Swan 37

Dutton-Brady 31, Power 26

Fairfield 53, Cut Bank 40

Fairview 47, Richey-Lambert 37

Florence 63, Thompson Falls 58

Gardiner 49, Twin Bridges 35

Great Falls 46, Billings West 39

Great Falls Russell 52, Bozeman 47

Hardin 51, Glendive 39

Harlem 77, Poplar 35

Harlowton-Ryegate 26, Broadview-Lavina 21

Harrison-Willow Creek 38, Lone Peak 27

Havre 66, Belgrade 33

Helena 63, Missoula Hellgate 40

Helena Capital 52, Dillon 40

Hinsdale 55, Nashua 17

Huntley Project 50, Lewistown (Fergus) 42

Kalispell Glacier 61, Lake City, Idaho 47

Laurel 46, Columbus 34

Malta 52, Plentywood 28

Manhattan 51, Jefferson (Boulder) 39

Manhattan Christian 40, Lima 22

Miles City 51, Sidney 40

Missoula Sentinel 57, Hamilton 34

Northern Cheyenne 71, Terry 36

Phillipsburg 57, Valley Christian 55

Plenty Coups 55, Reed Point-Rapelje 53

Red Lodge 43, Forsyth 40

Roberts 41, Park City 37

Ronan 52, Eureka 40

Rosebud 63, Plevna 37

Roy-Winifred 37, Chinook 31

Saco-Whitewater 61, Frazer 22

Scobey-Opheim 63, Dodson 35

Shields Valley 53, West Yellowstone 44

St. Labre 67, Ekalaka 53

St. Regis 47, Lincoln 37

Westby-Grenora 55, Circle 50

Wolf Point 43, Glasgow 25

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