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Frenzy Part 1: Prep Basketball Scores and Highlights, 3/7

A full recap from Friday's prep basketball action.


BOYS BASKETBALL


State AA Playoffs
Play-In    
Great Falls 68, Bozeman 63
    
Great Falls Russell 58, Butte 51
    
Kalispell Glacier 64, Kalispell Flathead 52
    
Missoula Hellgate 44, Missoula Big Sky 34
    
State A at Great Falls
Loser Out    
Havre 55, Stevensville 49
    
Polson 62, Miles City 44
    
Semifinal    
Columbia Falls 57, Laurel 48
    
Dillon 51, Belgrade 35
    
Southern B at Billings (Metra)
Loser Out    
Colstrip 83, Lame Deer 77
    
Forsyth 59, Whitehall 42
    
Semifinal    
Columbus 47, Jefferson (Boulder) 34
    
Huntley Project 50, Joliet 44
    
State C at Butte
Loser Out    
Denton-Geyser-Stanford 52, Broadus 49
    
Wibaux 63, Drummond 56
    
Semifinal    
Box Elder 77, Fairview 54
    
Westby-Grenora 40, Superior 34
    


GIRLS BASKETBALL

State AA Playoffs
Play-In    
Billings Senior 53, Billings Skyview 36
    
Great Falls 47, Great Falls Russell 34
    
Helena Capital 53, Missoula Hellgate 26
    
Kalispell Glacier 66, Kalispell Flathead 38
    
Missoula Big Sky 60, Helena 58
    
Northern B at Conrad
Loser Out    
Rocky Boy 70, Glasgow 54
    
Wolf Point 53, Harlem 32
    
Semifinal    
Fairfield 66, Conrad 20
    
Malta 44, Choteau 36
    
Southern B at Billings (Metra)
Loser Out    
Columbus 52, Townsend 50
    
Manhattan 51, Baker 31
    
Semifinal    
Forsyth 45, Red Lodge 38
    
Shepherd 50, Colstrip 42
    
Southern C at MIles City
Loser Out    
Broadus 54, Absarokee 31
    
Northern Cheyenne 86, Terry 59
    
Semifinal    
Harlowton-Ryegate 44, Park City 36
    
Jordan 54, Broadview-Lavina 50

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