Mountain Cats tame the Tigers in boys and girls action

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  • Clark Fork Mountain Cat Trey Green won at the Glyn Brawley Classic in Corvallis on Dec. 16 in the 170 lb bracket. (Photo courtesy of Toni Labbe).

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    Clark Fork Mountain Cat Montanna Baughman battles over the ball with St. Regisí Justice Tate during a cross-county game on Dec. 15 in Alberton. The Cats won 53-22. (Kathleen Woodford/Mineral Independent).

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    Mountain Cat Carson Callison jumps for a basket as St. Regis Tiger Andrew Sanford goes for the block during a Friday, Dec. 15 game in Alberton. The Cats won 60-42. (Kathleen Woodford/Mineral Independent)

  • Clark Fork Mountain Cat Trey Green won at the Glyn Brawley Classic in Corvallis on Dec. 16 in the 170 lb bracket. (Photo courtesy of Toni Labbe).

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    Clark Fork Mountain Cat Montanna Baughman battles over the ball with St. Regisí Justice Tate during a cross-county game on Dec. 15 in Alberton. The Cats won 53-22. (Kathleen Woodford/Mineral Independent).

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    Mountain Cat Carson Callison jumps for a basket as St. Regis Tiger Andrew Sanford goes for the block during a Friday, Dec. 15 game in Alberton. The Cats won 60-42. (Kathleen Woodford/Mineral Independent)

St. Regis suffered a double defeat as cross county rivals came face-to-face in the Alberton gym on Friday night. Both the Lady Tigers and the Lady Clark Fork Mountain Cats are at the top of their 14C and 13C Districts.

Turnovers were raging on the court as both teams battled for the ball but in the end the Lady Tigers couldnít keep the Cats at bay with a defeat 53-22. In the first quarter the Cats put 8 points on the board to the Tigerís 4. By the half they had a lead of 27-15 and St. Regis player, Baylee Pruitt, limped off the court with an injury.

The Cats had 14 points in both the third and fourth quarters and boxed out the Tigerís with only 3 and four points in the final half of the game. Cat Kenzie Mueller was the game overall high scorer with 16 points. Teammate Madison Mask had 13, Madison Lommen 9, Hailey Kelly 8, Montanna Baughman 5, and Sophia Krutilla 2.

The Tigersí high scorer was Madison Kelly with 9, Justice Tate 5, Baylee Pruitt 4, Anna Sanford 3 and Kylee Thompson 1.

During the boys games the Clark Fork Mountain Cats jumped over the Tigers with a hefty lead of 60 to 42 to put a ďWĒ in the tally books. Both teams came out strong in the first quarter with St. Regis 16 to Cats 15. But during the second quarter the Cats pulled out all stops and dominated play with 22 to 3 points on the board making the half time score 37 to 19.

The remaining half of the game the teams remained neck-and-neck with the Catsí 13 points in the third quarter to the Tigersí 11 and another 10 points on the board in the fourth quarter to the Tigersí 12. But the Tigers couldnít overcome the second quarter lead and found defeat in the end. Tiger Ian Farris was the eveningís high scorer with 19 points. Teammate Nic Day had 8, Ryan Teeter 7, James Booker 4, Andrew Sanford 3 and Jacob Jasper 1.

Carson Callison was the Catís high scorer with 15 points. Freshman Aaron Waddle had 12, Bryan Mask 11, Korey Radford 8, Connor Voll 6, Michael Spence 5, Hewston Coon 2 and Danner Haskins 1 point.

Lady Tigers lose in Noxon, 42-33

Lady Tigers took a loss to the Red Devils on Saturday 42-33 in Noxon. The Tigers came out strong in the first half and were ahead 19 to 15. But the Red Devils came back strong in the second half and pulled out the win. Anna Sanford was the teamís high scorer with 9 points, Justice Tate had 8, Kylee Thompson 7, Emma Hill 6 and Madison Kelly 3.

St. Regis boys lose to Red Devils

The St. Regis boys basketball team lost to Noxon on the road on Saturday 52 to 24. Noxon came out strong in the first quarter putting 10 points on the board, then added 14 more points in each subsequent quarters. The Tigers had 5 in the first quarter, then 8, 4 and 7 points. Nic Day was the teamís high scorer with 14 points. James Booker had 5, Andrew Sanford 3 and Ian Ferris 2.

Cats take loss on road to Mullan

The Clark Fork Mountain Cats boys team lost to Mullan Idaho on Dec. 14 on the road 48-32. Mullan put up twice the points in the first quarter with 12 to 6. The Cats came back in the second quarter and had 9 points to Mullanís 4 making the half-time score 16 to 15 with Mullan in the lead. In the third quarter Mullan put up 17 to the Cats 13 pulling into the lead with the final quarter a solid winning stretch putting 15 more points up to the Cats 4.

Michael Spence was high scorer with 10 points. Carson Callison and Connor Voll each had 8, Bryan Mask, Aaron Waddle and Korey Radford each has 2 points.

Cats victory over Genesis Prep 53-48

The Clark Fork Mountain Lady Cats won on the road against Genesis Prep, Idaho 53-48. The Cats came out strong putting 18 points on the board to Genesis 7. By the half the Cats were ahead 34 to 16. In the second half of the game Genesis Prep came back and put up 32 more points to the Cats 19 but it wasnít enough to solidify the win.

Hailey Kelly had team high score with 13 points. Madison Mask had 12, Madison Lommen 11, Margaret Parkin 8, Kenzie Mueller 7, Sophia Krutilla had 2.

Wrestling

Trey Green wins Glyn Brawley Classic championship

Nine teams traveled to Corvallis on Saturday to compete at the Glyn Brawley Classic. The Mountain Cats placed eighth with 50 points. Trey Green from Superior won in the 170 lb. championship round against Derrik Gasvoda from Corvallis. Teammate, Wesley Buchannen won third place against Jerritt Messer from Sentinel in the 126 lb. round.

Glyn Brawley Classic at Corvallis

Team scores: 1, Frenchtown 151.5; 2, Corvallis 141.5; 3, St. Ignatius/Charlo 113.5; 4, Salmon, Idaho 106; 5, Missoula Sentinel 100.5; 6, Stevensville 90; 7, Missoula Big Sky 54; 8, Superior 50; Deer Lodge 28.

Championship

103 - Troy Bruce, Salmon, pinned Corbin Likeric, Sentinel, Fall 0:09. 113 - Dakota McIntosh, Salmon, techfall Nick Blanchard, Frenchtown, 15-0. 120 - Brody Marcure, Frenchtown, pinned Jimmy Schmitt, Corvallis, 4:32. 126 - Jake Kesl, Salmon, dec. over Dante Venema, Corvallis, 2-1. 132 - Owen Indreland, Frenchtown, dec. over Triston Davis, Corvallis, 8-2. 138 - Gabe Riley, Sentinel, dec. over Blake Jolma, Sentinel, 8-5. 145 - Aaron Christensen, Corvallis, dec. over Tristen Hauerwas, Big Sky, 7-2. 152 - Kyler Pancake, Stevensville, dec. over Dre Davis, Sentinel, 7-0. 160 - Drew Schmitt, Corvallis, pinned Isaak Maxfield, Stevensville, 3:33. 170 - Trey Green, Superior, pinned Derrik Gasvoda, Corvallis, 1:12. 182 - Gus Bosley, St. I/Charlo, pinned Wyatt Huston, Salmon, 0:26. 205 - Malik Jones, Deer Lodge, pinned Lucas Wohltmann, St. I/Charlo, 2:37. 285 - Jesse Mecham, Frenchtown, pinned Cody Miller, Frenchtown, 0:34.

Third place

113 - Walker Murphy, St. I/Charlo, dec. over Bryson Danzinger, Sentinel, 6-1. 120 - Dustin Steele, Stevensville, pinned James Wissenbach, Corvallis, 1:18. 126 - Wesley Buchannen, Superior, dec. over Jerritt Messer, Sentinel, 13-8. 132 - Cole Gilleard, St. I/Charlo, dec. over Zach Blanchard, Frenchtown, 8-1. 138 - Steven VanZuyen, Salmon, sudden victory Randon Weidow, Corvallis, SV-1 (11-9). 145 - Darwin Adams, St. I/Charlo, dec. over Blake King, Frenchtown, 2-0. 152 - Jacob Williams, Big Sky, pinned Zach Morgan, Corvallis, Fall 1:05. 160 - Canyon Shope, Frenchtown, pinned Miles Anderson, St. I/Charlo, Fall 0:31. 170 - Sam Ratcliffe, Sentinel, pinned Joe Holzer, Sentinel, Fall 1:24. 182 - Tate Jones, Frenchtown, pinned Albin Haglund, Sentinel, 1:01. 205 - Aidan VanOstrand, Stevensville, pinned Josh Gunter, Sentinel, 0:57. 285 - Tyler Woods, Stevensville, pinned Chris Anderson, St. I/Charlo, 3:29.

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