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Divisional Tournament Prep Basketball Scores and Highlights, Saturday 3/1

BOYS BASKETBALL


Central A at Belgrade
Loser Out    
Browning 72, Livingston 59
    
Consolation    
Browning 85, Lewistown (Fergus) 59
    
Championship    
Belgrade 50, Havre 41
    
Eastern A at Billings
Loser Out    
Billings Central 65, Sidney 53
    
Hardin 67, Glendive 65
    
Consolation    
Billings Central 84, Hardin 73
    
Championship    
Laurel 39, Miles City 38
    
Northwest A at Kalispell Glacier
Semifinal    
Columbia Falls 62, Polson 48
    
Whitefish 56, Frenchtown 51
    
Southwest A at Butte (MAC)
Loser Out    
Butte Central 81, Hamilton 53
    
Corvallis 63, Anaconda 45
    
Consolation    
Butte Central 52, Corvallis 41
    
Championship    
Dillon 55, Stevensville 34
    
Northern B at Glasgow
Loser Out    
Choteau 51, Fairfield 35
    
Rocky Boy 74, Conrad 73
    
Consolation    
Choteau 63, Rocky Boy 58
    
Championship    
Glasgow 62, Malta 59
    
Eastern C at Wolf Point
Challenge Game    
Fairview 62, Circle 36
    
Southern C at Laurel
Loser Out    
Broadview-Lavina 61, Park City 37
    
Terry 59, Melstone 55
    
Consolation    
Broadview-Lavina 74, Terry 60
    
Championship    
Wibaux 52, Broadus 44
    
Western C at Butte (Civic Center)
Loser Out    
Arlee 63, Ennis 54
    
Seeley-Swan 59, Manhattan Christian 58
    
Consolation    
Arlee 60, Seeley-Swan 41
    
Championship    
Superior 46, Drummond 43
    
POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS    
Great Falls vs. Billings Skyview, ppd.
    
Helena Capital vs. Missoula Big Sky, ppd.
    
Helena vs. Missoula Sentinel, ppd.
    
Great Falls Russell vs. Billings Senior, ppd.
    
Billings West vs. Bozeman, ppd.
    

GIRLS BASKETBALL


Central A at Belgrade
Loser Out    
Lewistown (Fergus) 44, Livingston 37
    
Consolation    
Belgrade 50, Lewistown (Fergus) 42
    
Championship    
Havre 51, Browning 30
    
Eastern A at Billings (Metra)
Loser Out    
Billings Central 59, Hardin 53
    
Sidney 52, Glendive 28
    
Consolation    
Billings Central 44, Sidney 38
    
Championship    
Laurel 60, Miles City 52
    
Northwest A at Kalispell Glacier
Semifinal    
Columbia Falls 60, Polson 18
    
Frenchtown 49, Libby 26
    
Southwest A at Butte (MAC)
Loser Out    
Butte Central 45, Corvallis 41
    
Dillon 40, Stevensville 18
    
Consolation    
Dillon 47, Butte Central 35
    
Championship    
Hamilton 59, Anaconda 45
    
Western B at Hamilton
Loser Out    
Bigfork 51, Florence 41
    
Plains 56, Ronan 39
    
Consolation    
Bigfork 48, Plains 35
    
Championship    
Deer Lodge 51, Missoula Loyola 37
    
Eastern C at Wolf Point
Loser Out    
Fairview 44, Circle 27
    
Westby-Grenora 55, Scobey-Opheim 41
    
Consolation    
Westby-Grenora 47, Fairview 34
    
Championship    
Hinsdale 42, Saco-Whitewater 40
    
Northern C at Great Falls
Loser Out    
Chinook 46, North Star 27
    
Simms-Augusta 49, Denton-Geyser-Stanford 30
    
Consolation    
Simms-Augusta 46, Chinook 34
    
Championship    
Belt 53, Winnet-Grass Range 40
    
Western C at Butte (Civic Center)
Loser Out    
Harrison-Willow Creek 33, Seeley-Swan 29
    
Twin Bridges 45, Drummond 34
    
Consolation    
Twin Bridges 53, Harrison-Willow Creek 44
    
Championship    
Shields Valley 56, Gardiner 44
    
POSTPONEMENTS AND CANCELLATIONS    
Billings Skyview vs. Great Falls, ppd. to Mar 3.
    
Missoula Big Sky vs. Helena Capital, ppd. to Mar 4.
    
Billings Senior vs. Great Falls Russell, ppd. to Mar 3.
    
Bozeman vs. Billings West, ppd.
    
Missoula Sentinel vs. Helena, ppd. to Mar 4.

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