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High School Basketball District Tournament Wrap, 2/19

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District 3B at Colstrip

First Round    
Colstrip 64, St. Labre 60
Lame Deer 70, Baker 64
    
District 4B at Red Lodge

First Round    
Joliet 41, Roundup 37
Shepherd 63, Red Lodge 57
    

District 4C at Miles City

First Round    
Terry 58, Melstone 40
Wibaux 68, Rosebud 27
    
District 6C at Huntley Project

First Round    
Broadview-Lavina 74, Absarokee 43
Harlowton-Ryegate 64, Custer-Hysham 46
Park City 52, Bridger 46
Plenty Coups 55, Reed Point-Rapelje 49
    
District 8C at Great Falls

First Round    
Belt 76, Geraldine 13
Centerville 64, Fort Benton 39
Great Falls Central 61, Cascade 21
Highwood 67, Augusta 19
    
District 9C at Havre

First Round    
Hays-Lodgepole 50, Big Sandy 18
North Star 51, Turner 42
    
District 10C at Conrad

First Round    
Chester-Joplin-Inverness 64, Heart Butte 34
Dutton-Brady 49, Valier 43
Simms 42, Sunburst 26
    
District 11-12C at Butte

Play-In    
Harrison-Willow Creek 61, Sheridan 49
Lone Peak 55, West Yellowstone 16
White Sulphur Springs 64, Lima 61
    
District 13C at Frenchtown

First Round    
Drummond 67, Alberton 29
Phillipsburg 43, Victor 19
Seeley-Swan 61, Lincoln 26
Valley Christian 81, Darby 70
    
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District 3B at Colstrip

First Round    
Baker 64, Lame Deer 26
St. Labre 75, Lodge Grass 26
    
District 4B at Red Lodge

First Round    
Columbus 53, Roundup 37   
Huntley Project 49, Joliet 28
    
District 2C at Sidney

First Round    
Circle 54, Bainville 29   
Culbertson 47, Richey-Lambert 22   
Fairview 59, Brockton 24   
Westby-Grenora 54, Savage 30
    
District 4C at Miles City

Play-In    
Ekalaka 65, Plevna 29
    
First Round    
Broadus 74, Melstone 30
Jordan 74, Terry 70   
Northern Cheyenne 78, Rosebud 32
    
District 6C at Huntley Project

First Round    
Custer-Hysham 43, Plenty Coups 38  
Harlowton-Ryegate 60, Bridger 13
    
District 9C at Havre

First Round    
Big Sandy 65, Hays-Lodgepole 17   
Box Elder 76, Turner 30
    
District 11-12C at Butte

Play-In    
Ennis 43, Lone Peak 10   
Manhattan Christian 53, Sheridan 16
White Sulphur Springs 52, Lima 28

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