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Prep Basketball/Swimming Scores and Highlights, Thursday 2/6

BOYS BASKETBALL

Belt 53, Fairfield 37
    
Bigfork 50, Columbia Falls 45
    
Broadus 62, Jordan 42
    
Browning 53, Cut Bank 48
    
Chinook 61, Hays-Lodgepole 53
    
Dillon 60, Butte Central 28
    
Drummond 74, Darby 46
    
Glasgow 47, Harlem 43
    
Glendive 56, Sidney 46
    
Highwood 90, Cascade 46
    
Hot Springs 60, Noxon 38
    
Huntley Project 65, Columbus 64
    
Joliet 53, Harlowton-Ryegate 44
    
Kalispell Glacier 75, Helena 71
    
Lewistown (Fergus) 64, Conrad 59
    
Manhattan Christian 70, Lone Peak 38
    
Melstone 61, Winnett-Grass Range 52
    
Plains 55, Thompson Falls 51
    
Polson 60, Eureka 56
    
Two Eagle River 50, St. Regis 48
    
Valley Christian 51, Victor 49
    
Whitefish 48, Libby 34

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Big Sandy 40, Hobson 32
    
Billings Central 52, Hardin 51
    
Chinook 77, Hays-Lodgepole 10
    
Columbia Falls 42, Bigfork 35
    
Conrad 40, Browning 35
    
Dillon 49, Butte Central 44
    
Drummond 59, Darby 38
    
Fairfield 66, Belt 43
    
Frenchtown 56, Florence 38
    
Glasgow 50, Harlem 49
    
Glendive 56, Sidney 46
    
Harlowton-Ryegate 60, Joliet 27
    
Highwood 49, Cascade 37
    
Hot Springs 30, Noxon 20
    
Huntley Project 43, Columbus 31
    
Jefferson (Boulder) 46, Ennis 25
    
Libby 39, Whitefish 26
    
Manhattan Christian 58, Lone Peak 35
    
Missoula Loyola 49, St. Ignatius 25
    
Plains 59, Thompson Falls 42
    
Polson 55, Eureka 37
    
St. Regis 67, Two Eagle River 29
    
Stevensville 27, Corvallis 23
    
Victor 53, Valley Christian 51
    
Winnett-Grass Range 60, Melstone 15

 

BOYS SWIMMING

CMR 108, Great Falls 67

Helena, Capital - No Scores Kept


GIRLS SWIMMING

CMR 102, Great Falls 67

Helena, Capital - No Scores Kept

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