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Frenzy Part 2 - Prep Basketball Scores and Highlights, 2/14

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A complete list of scores from Montana prep boys and girls basketball are listed below.

BOYS BASKETBALL    


Absarokee 64, Fromberg 51
    
Arlee 84, Two Eagle River 62
    
Belgrade 57, Three Forks 31
    
Belt 68, Simms-Augusta 19
    
Big Timber 70, Manhattan 66
    
Bigfork 61, Thompson Falls 44
    
Billings Central 69, Glendive 58
    
Billings West 79, Miles City 53
    
Box Elder 80, Sunburst 39
    
Bridger 83, Plenty Coups 78
    
Broadus 72, Lame Deer 65
    
Broadview-Lavina 68, Reed Point-Rapelje 30
    
Charlo 66, Hot Springs 55
    
Chester-Joplin-Inverness 73, Heart Butte 41
    
Columbus 77, Red Lodge 44
    
Cut Bank 64, Dutton-Brady 37
    
Denton/Geyser/Stanford 60, Power 41
    
Drummond 76, Lincoln 30
    
Fairfield 57, Shelby 49
    
Fairview 72, Richey-Lambert 57
    
Forsyth 85, Lodge Grass 77
    
Glasgow 56, Malta 45
    
Harlem 49, Wolf Point 44
    
Harlowton-Ryegate 74, Roberts 29
    
Hays-Lodgepole 97, Turner 58
    
Hinsdale 48, Scobey-Opheim 8
    
Huntley Project 65, Shepherd 62
    
Jefferson (Boulder) 71, Deer Lodge 41
    
Joliet 56, Roundup 32
    
Kalispell Flathead 48, Missoula Sentinel 45
    
Kalispell Glacier 81, Missoula Big Sky 63
    
Laurel 60, Sidney 52
    
Lone Peak 76, West Yellowstone 41
    
Manhattan Christian 72, Gardiner 52
    
Missoula Hellgate 65, Stevensville 40
    
Park City 54, Custer-Hysham 50
    
Plentywood 61, Poplar 47
    
Rocky Boy 90, Conrad 77
    
Roy-Winifred 55, Big Sandy 15
    
Seeley-Swan 53, Darby 34
    
St. Ignatius 63, Ronan 57
    
Superior 61, Noxon 35
    
Terry 65, Ekalaka 43
    
Townsend 42, Whitehall 40
    
Troy 54, Eureka 51
    
Victor 43, Phillipsburg 38
    
Westby-Grenora 58, Brockton 38
    
White Sulphur Springs 66, Shields Valley 61
    
Wibaux 60, Jordan 55
    


GIRLS BASKETBALL    


Absarokee 67, Fromberg 27
    
Arlee 70, Two Eagle River 21
    
Belgrade 59, Three Forks 18
    
Bigfork 62, Thompson Falls 14
    
Billings Central 50, Glendive 29
    
Billings Skyview 50, Billings Senior 35
    
Billings West 65, Miles City 38
    
Box Elder 64, Sunburst 30
    
Bridger 53, Plenty Coups 46
    
Charlo 46, Hot Springs 25
    
Chester-Joplin-Inverness 57, Heart Butte 43
    
Circle 49, Culbertson 42
    
Deer Lodge 59, Jefferson (Boulder) 42
    
Denton/Geyser/Stanford 25, Power 23
    
Drummond 52, Lincoln 25
    
Dutton-Brady 50, Cut Bank 47
    
Eureka 51, Troy 32
    
Fairfield 72, Shelby 20
    
Forsyth 76, Lodge Grass 25
    
Fort Benton 46, Highwood 43
    
Gardiner 52, Manhattan Christian 36
    
Great Falls 43, Great Falls Russell 34
    
Harlowton-Ryegate 62, Roberts 33
    
Helena Capital 53, Helena 39
    
Jordan 47, Wibaux 24
    
Kalispell Glacier 42, Missoula Big Sky 31
    
Malta 69, Glasgow 20
    
Manhattan 51, Big Timber 12
    
Missoula Hellgate 53, Stevensville 31
    
Missoula Sentinel 53, Kalispell Flathead 38
    
Park City 44, Custer-Hysham 29
    
Plentywood 56, Poplar 25
    
Red Lodge 57, Columbus 33
    
Ronan 58, St. Ignatius 30
    
Roundup 44, Joliet 39
    
Seeley-Swan 50, Darby 38
    
Shepherd 56, Huntley Project 51
    
Shields Valley 60, White Sulphur Springs 24
    
Sidney 44, Laurel 38
    
Simms-Augusta 67, Valier 35
    
Superior 42, Noxon 29
    
Terry 48, Ekalaka 39
    
Townsend 48, Whitehall 32
    
Turner 58, Hays-Lodgepole 34
    
Victor 54, Phillipsburg 41
    
Westby-Grenora 74, Brockton 34

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