• Maroons work double OT to hoist third-place trophy

    Maroons work double OT to hoist third-place trophy0

    By Bill Foley GREAT FALLS — Playing 76 minutes of high-intensity basketball might seem like a long day. Not for Cade Holter. Not for the Butte Central Maroons. No, the Maroons could have played all night Saturday at the Four Seasons Arena. They nearly did. The Maroons knocked off Hamilton 54-51 in a thrilling double-overtime

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  • Billings Central Rams win elusive Class A boys’ crown

    Billings Central Rams win elusive Class A boys’ crown0

    GREAT FALLS — The fourth time was the charm for the Billings Central Rams. The Rams dethroned the Hardin Bulldogs with a 62-44 win in the championship game of the Class A State tournament at the Four Seasons Arena. The victory came after the Rams finished runners up the last three state title games. Billings

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  • Blue Ponies defend title

    Blue Ponies defend title0

    GREAT FALLS — The Havre Blue Ponies defended their Class A State girls’ basketball title Saturday night. Kyndall Keller scored 17 points to lead the way as Havre beat Hardin 42-36 in a rematch of last year’s title game at the Four Seasons Arena. The win capped a 23-1 season for Havre, which went 24-0

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  • Saturday’s scores/stats

    Saturday’s scores/stats0

    CLASS AA at Butte Civic Center BOYS Bracket Loser out Great Falls 59, Helena High 44 (Stats) Billings West 51, Missoula Sentinel 43 (Stats) Third place Billings West 53, Great Falls High 40 (Stats) Championship Bozeman 55, Missoula Hellgate 53 (OT) (Stats) GIRLS Bracket Loser out Helena Capital 56, Kalispell Glacier 36 (Stats) Missoula Hellgate

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  • Bengal girls rule AA hoops for third year in row

    Bengal girls rule AA hoops for third year in row0

    By Bruce Sayler Helena High and star player Jamie Pickens were too much for the state Class AA high school girls’ tournament field and showed it Saturday night in the Butte Civic Center with a 55-37 victory over Billings West in the state AA tournament championship game. Pickens scored 18 points, collected 17 rebounds, blocked

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  • Bozeman spills Hellgate in OT for AA boys’ title

    Bozeman spills Hellgate in OT for AA boys’ title0

    By Bruce Sayler Bozeman turned out to be Montana’s best Class AA high school boys’ basketball team Saturday night after Missoula Hellgate had ruled the roost all season. A last-second layup by Brett Clark in overtime gave the Hawks a 55-53 win over Hellgate in a championship game thriller that capped the boys’ state tournament

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