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Belgrade 50, Manhattan 36
    
Belt 75, Fort Benton 41
    
Billings Senior 53, Billings Skyview 50
    
Box Elder 86, Hobson-Moore-Judith Gap 59
    
Butte 69, Anaconda 46
    
Choteau 75, Conrad 57
    
Columbia Falls 69, Ronan 34
    
Ennis 77, Sheridan 36
    
Great Falls Russell 73, Great Falls 58
    
Helena Capital 54, Bozeman 40
    
Huntley Project 77, Colstrip 74
    
Lustre Christian 70, Dodson 41
    
Manhattan Christian 73, Harrison-Willow Creek 53
    
Missoula Sentinel 56, Kalispell Glacier 50
    
Northern Cheyenne 78, Rosebud 32
    
Stevensville 85, Hamilton 59
    
Superior 80, St. Regis 38
    
Valley Christian 56, Alberton 24
    
Whitefish 56, Plains 33
    

MCAA State Tournament  

 
Billings Christian 66, Flathead Valley Home School 47
    
Foothills Christian 74, Helena Christian 65
    
Stillwater Christian 59, Heritage Christian 36
    
Yellowstone Home School 49, Gallatin Valley Christian 21
    

GIRLS BASKETBALL    

Belt 48, Fort Benton 25
    
Butte 85, Anaconda 82
    
Choteau 43, Conrad 39
    
Colstrip 59, Huntley Project 55
    
Dodson 61, Lustre Christian 45
    
Ennis 63, Sheridan 23
    
Frenchtown 59, Missoula Loyola 43
    
Hardin 71, Lodge Grass 32
    
Harrison-Willow Creek 50, Manhattan Christian 31
    
Helena Capital 46, Bozeman 38
    
Hobson 49, Moore-Judith Gap 38
    
Libby 52, Eureka 44
    
Northern Cheyenne 66, Rosebud 61
    
Plains 54, Whitefish 15
    
Saco-Whitewater 64, Nashua 32
    
Simms-Augusta 49, Cascade 32
    
Valley Christian 61, Alberton 21
 

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