Horsemen take second in District Championship

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The weekend was full of teams from Sanders County looking to come away with a solid triumphant win from the basketball season.

It would all come down to the final match up of Plains Horsemen against Arlee Warriors for the boys varsity.

Knowing the strength of Arlee on the court the Horsemen put up a solid fight straight out of the gate. However they couldn’t keep up with the quick feet and solid ball handling that is seen from the Arlee side.

The game would end with Arlee defending their title with a final score of 95-69 for another district title.

Though Horsemen Kyle Weeks topped the Plains team with 21 points scored.

14-C District


Arlee 95, Plains 59


26, 22, 28, 19—95


20, 7, 15, 14—59

Arlee: Phillip Malatare 25, Lane Johnson 13, Will Mesteth 26, Cody Tanner 6, Greg Whitesell 12, Billy Fisher 2, Dar Bolen 5, Isaac Fisher 4, Trey Malatare 2.

Plains: Kyle Weeks 21, Jan Von Heeder 18, Matt McCracken 5, Sinjin LeDeaux 4, Treydon Broulliere 4, Wyatt Weyers 2, Tanner Ovitt 2.

Third place

Charlo 49, Noxon 41


15, 6, 13, 15—49


7, 12, 9 ,13—41

Charlo: Landers Smith 17, Tyson Petticrew 16, Toby Odom 8, Brady Fryberger 2, Phillip Marquez 2, Conner Koenig 5, Garrett Vaughan 1.

Noxon: Rylan Weltz 15, Alex Currie 8, Braedon Marshall 11, Logan Wood 4, Owen Fisher 2. 

The Plains Trotters didn’t have the best outcome they’d been hoping for after the weekend’s finals.

The Trotters went into the District Championships in the number one spot, but it would be Charlo to take the win for the girls division.

Hot Springs Lady Savage Heat were also on fire as they headed up against the Arlee side for the consolation game against Arlee.

Charlo Lady Vikings took the divisional win, with St. Regis in second, Arlee took third and Hot Springs taking fourth place for the season.


Third Place

Hot Springs 46, Plains 41 OT


6, 10, 9, 9, 7–41

Hot Springs

5, 9, 9, 11, 12–46

Plains: Kassidy Kinzie 7, Lindsay Laws 2, Haley Josephson 6, Natalee Deschamps 3, Kara Altmiller 4, Rachel Huenick 12, Jessica Thompson 9.

Hot Springs: Stacy Gray 8, Sydney Jackson 14, Sage Jackson 6, McKennzie Cannon 9, Lizzy Fisher 6, Danielle Graham 3.


Arlee 54, Hot Springs 28


15, 16, 13, 10–54

Hot Springs

3, 7, 14, 4–28

Arlee: Emily Fiddler 2, Summer DarcAngelo 2, Sydni Rogers 5, Nellie Desjarlais 11, Alyssia Vanderburg 26, Peyton Lammerding 2.

Hot Springs: Stacy Gray 4, Sydney Jackson 9, Sage Jackson 4, McKennzie Cannon 3, Lizzy Fisher 4, Danielle Graham 2.

Plains Horsemen will be headed the divisonal finals along with the Thompson Fall Hawks and Lady Hawks who will play in class B.

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