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Prep Basketball Scores and Highlights, Saturday 2/15

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Scores and highlights from Montana prep basketball.


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Bigfork 51, Florence 39
    
Billings Central 81, Sidney 58
    
Bozeman 75, Billings Senior 65
    
Brockton 82, Richey-Lambert 58
    
Butte Central 72, Corvallis 49
    
Charlo 71, Arlee 64
    
Columbia Falls 74, Whitefish 54
    
Cut Bank 44, Shelby 43
    
Darby 74, Alberton 43
    
Denton/Geyser/Stanford 83, North Star 41
    
Dillon 56, Hamilton 40
    
Drummond 73, Deer Lodge 52
    
Frazer 49, Hinsdale 39
    
Frenchtown 80, Plains 38
    
Glasgow 60, Poplar 34
    
Helena Capital 55, Helena 44
    
Jordan 60, Melstone 53
    
Kalispell Flathead 66, Missoula Big Sky 55
    
Laurel 53, Glendive 46
    
Lone Peak 80, Lima 53
    
Malta 65, Wolf Point 34
    
Miles City 78, St. Labre 44
    
Phillipsburg 72, Lincoln 38
    
Plentywood 58, Harlem 38
    
Polson 50, Libby 49
    
Power 63, Sunburst 37
    
Scobey-Opheim 52, Saco-Whitewater 47
    
Seeley-Swan 45, Victor 33
    
Stillwater Christian 73, Billings Christian 57
    
Thompson Falls 61, Noxon 37
    
Troy 64, St. Ignatius 61
    
Twin Bridges 61, Sheridan 42
    
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Arlee 42, Charlo 38
    
Baker 32, Wibaux 30
    
Bigfork 57, Florence 49
    
Billings Central 58, Sidney 42
    
Billings Senior 50, Bozeman 49
    
Columbia Falls 73, Whitefish 20
    
Columbus 48, Three Forks 19
    
Corvallis 39, Butte Central 31
    
Culbertson 44, Froid/Medicine Lake 36
    
Cut Bank 53, Shelby 35
    
Darby 58, Alberton 17
    
Deer Lodge 42, Drummond 38
    
Fairfield 66, Choteau 34
    
Frenchtown 50, Plains 40
    
Gardiner 38, Ennis 37
    
Glasgow 53, Poplar 18
    
Hamilton 43, Dillon 38
    
Harlowton-Ryegate 60, Custer-Hysham 26
    
Hinsdale 49, Frazer 20
    
Jefferson (Boulder) 57, Townsend 43
    
Jordan 70, Melstone 44
    
Laurel 62, Glendive 37
    
Libby 32, Polson 27
    
Malta 55, Wolf Point 43
    
Malta 55, Wolf Point 43
    
Miles City 78, St. Labre 33
    
Missoula Big Sky 55, Kalispell Flathead 28
    
North Star 42, Denton/Geyser/Stanford 39
    
Phillipsburg 39, Lincoln 24
    
Plenty Coups 40, Absarokee 34
    
Plentywood 47, Harlem 23
    
Power 48, Sunburst 32
    
Red Lodge 68, Joliet 27
    
Richey-Lambert 54, Brockton 49
    
Roy-Winifred 51, Hobson 31
    
Saco-Whitewater 52, Scobey-Opheim 33
    
Seeley-Swan 47, Victor 40
    
St. Ignatius 34, Troy 30
    
Thompson Falls 67, Noxon 28
    
Twin Bridges 51, Sheridan 8

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