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Prep Basketball Scores and Highlights, Thursday 1/30

BOYS BASKETBALL

Belt 63, Geraldine 18

Bigfork 58, Whitefish 45

Billings West 70, Billings Senior 51

Cascade 70, Augusta 30

Chinook 81, Dodson 29

Columbia Falls 78, Eureka 40

Columbus 57, Big Timber 41

Conrad 50, Heart Butte 49

Deer Lodge 73, Manhattan 58

Dillon 60, Anaconda 46

Frazer 82, Poplar 75

Glasgow 75, Glendive 59

Great Falls 77, Havre 55

Great Falls Russell 68, Butte 61

Helena 66, Missoula Sentinel 38

Huntley Project 86, Roundup 41

Kalispell Glacier 64, Kalispell Flathead 44

Laurel 77, Hardin 71

Missoula Big Sky 63, Hamilton 61

Polson 64, Stevensville 48

Shepherd 56, Joliet 54

Shields Valley 84, Lone Peak 47

Sidney 54, Wolf Point 38

Sunburst 53, Dutton-Brady 46

Victor 74, Two Eagle River 43

Westby-Grenora 41, Scobey-Opheim 22

Wibaux 57, Terry 40

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Belt 60, Geraldine 17

Bigfork 52, Whitefish 20

Butte 65, Great Falls Russell 58

Chinook 79, Dodson 44

Columbia Falls 62, Eureka 27

Columbus 45, Big Timber 37

Conrad 70, Heart Butte 33

Dutton-Brady 59, Sunburst 27

Fairfield 80, Browning 38

Great Falls 59, Havre 47

Huntley Project 31, Roundup 30

Kalispell Glacier 66, Kalispell Flathead 42

Laurel 51, Hardin 49

Manhattan 48, Deer Lodge 45

Missoula Big Sky 61, Hamilton 55

Missoula Sentinel 66, Helena 45

Poplar 57, Frazer 52

Shepherd 61, Joliet 34

Sidney 48, Wolf Point 28

Stevensville 35, Polson 14

Victor 68, Two Eagle River 39

Westby-Grenora 56, Scobey-Opheim 42

Wibaux 49, Terry 32

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