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Montana teams sweep in Wyoming

SHERIDAN, Wyo. — The first night of the Midland Roundtable basketball series belonged to Montana.

Montana swept the boys’-girls’ all-star basketball doubleheader. The girls won 72-54 before the boys rolled to a 114-86 victory.

The teams will play again Saturday in Billings.

GIRLS
Montana 72, Wyoming 54

Brooke Jones of Manhattan led four Montana players in double figures in the victory. She scored 17 points, while Hamilton’s Taylor Goligoski, a future Lady Griz, and Colstrip’s Brina Hull each scored 13. McKenzie Johnston of Helena Capital scored 10 points.

Dani Noble and Camey Fegler each scored nine to pace Wyoming.

The Montana team is coached by Rocky head coach Wes Keller. He is assisted by Western head man Lindsay Woolley.

Montana        18        12        17        25 — 72
Wyoming       15        11        13        15 — 54
MONTANA
— McKenzie Johnston 10, Jaylee Albert 5, Madisyn Shaide 7, Brina Hull 13, Taylor Edwards 2, Taylor Goligoski 13, Brooke Jones 17, Alecia Chamberlin 1, Lizzy Klinker 0, Hannah Dean 4.
WYOMING — Maddie Hinshaw 3, Quriss Romero 6, Dani Noble 9, Ashlie Blackburn 6, Camey Fegler 9, Emily Evans 5, Mariah Smith 3, Kiley Ridgway 4, Dylan Wright 8, Emily Julian 1.

BOYS
Montana 114, Wyoming 86

Missoula Hellgate superstar Tres Tinke, who will play his college ball at Oregon State, went off for 25 points to lead the Montana boys to a victory.

In all, six Montana players scored in double figures. Billings Skyview’s Kendal Manuel scored 17, Montana Tech signee Lucas Vining of Great Falls High tossed in 15, Jared Samuelson of Billings West netted 13, Rhett Baerlocher of Hellgate tallied 12 and Tre’von Strong of Billings Skyview scored 11.

Cooxooeii Black’s 23 points led Wyoming.

The Montana boys are coached by Western head coach Steve Keller. His assistant is Mike Sauvageau, a former head coach at Three Forks.

MONTANA — Parker McCafferty 3, Lukas Vining 15, Matthew Wyman 5, Rhett Baerlocher 12, Kendal Manuel 17, Tre’von Strong 11, Tres Tinkle 25, Jared Samuelson 13, Danny Betcher 4, Zac Allen 9. Totals: 43 21-34 114.
WYOMING — Trey Larson 9, Dylan Daniels 7, Alek Johnson 7, Austin Housekeeper 6, Kalei Smith 5, Marcus Nolan 6, Cooxooeii Black 23, Chris Quayle 11, Cole Critchfield 10, Ethan Applegate 2. Totals: 28 21-27 86.
Montana        20        25        28        41 114
Wyoming       24        21        15        26
86
3-point goals — Montana 7 (McCafferty, Vining, Baerlocher, Manuel, Tinkle, Samuelson 2), Wyoming 9 (Larson, Johnson, Housekeeper 2, Quayle 3, Critchfield 2).



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