Lady Vikings eye Arlee, cross up tandem of T’s

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The Charlo Lady Vikings continued to build momentum toward the approaching postseason as they toppled the Lady Trojans of Troy and tamed the Lady Tigers of Darby last week.

Against Troy, Destiny Manuel and Kaitlin Cox both delved into double digits as they collaborated on more than two dozen points, while Allie Delaney was the leading rebounder with seven and Liev Smith, Teaira Truman and Carlee Fryberger combined to swipe almost a dozen-and-a-half steals.

On the road against Darby, Fryberger notched a baker’s dozen, while Cox was knocking at the door of double figures with nine. Delaney, Cox and Truman collaborated on reeling in two dozen rebounds between them, while Fryberger pinched a half-dozen steals.

Charlo will tangle with the district-leading Scarlets in Arlee on Thursday, in a contest with the additional prize of the regular-season District 14C crown as part of the mix with pride and prestige. The Lady Vikings will then close out the regular schedule at home against Hot Springs on Friday, when they will honor their seniors on Senior Night.

Charlo 46, Darby 35

Teaira Truman reached the summit of the double-century (200) plateau for varsity career rebounding.

14C Charlo (15-1), 13C Darby (9-7)

Charlo 7 13 13 13 – 46

Darby 4 9 8 14 – 35

CHARLO – Carlee Fryberger 4 5-8 13(2r,6s), Kaitlin Cox 4 0-3 9(8r,2a,1s), Teaira Truman 2 3-5 7(7r,1a,1s), Allie Delaney 2 1-4 6(9r,2a,3s), Destiny Manuel 2 1-1 5(5r), Liev Smith 1 2-6 4(5r,3a,1s), Kira McPhail 2(1r,1a,1b), Hailey Weible (1r,1a).

DARBY – TeaAnna Rouse 12, Amber Anderson 6, Gracie Lang 6, Kimber Schlapman 5, Casey Ehmann 4, Makenzie Clarke 2.

3FGs – C2-9(Ka.Cox 1-5, Delaney 1-1)

Charlo 58, Troy 7

Teaira Truman reached the summit of the double-century (200) point plateau for varsity career scoring, while Liev Smith crossed the double-century (200) threshold for varsity career rebounds and Carlee Fryberger pilfered her way past the century (100) threshold for varsity career steals.

14C Charlo (14-1), 7B Troy (1-15)

Troy 0 3 0 4 – 7

Charlo 11 21 14 12 – 58

TROY – Isabel Ramirez 5, Ella Pierce 2, Talise Becquart 2.

CHARLO – Destiny Manuel 5 5-7 15(1r,3s), Kaitlin Cox 5 1-4 13(3r,1a,1s), Teaira Truman 3 0-0 7(5r,1a,5s), Liev Smith 2 3-3 7(5r,1a,7s), Carlee Fryberger 1 2-4 5(4r,1a,5s), Kira McPhail 2 0-0 4(3r), Hailey Weible 3(2r,1s), Allie Delaney 2(7r,2a,3s), Connor Fryberger 2(1r,1a).

3FGs – C5-16 (Ka.Cox 2-10, Weible 1-1, Truman 1-2, Ca.Fryberger 1-3). (Fr01Feb19)

Dawgs edge Scarlets

in OT thriller

The Arlee Scarlets ran the equivalent of a basketball marathon this past week as they sequenced three games in a row one after the other.

This past Thursday, Arlee and Mission tussled in a rematch of their cross classification nailbiter earlier in the season. This time around, the visiting Lady Bulldogs would jump out to an early lead that held up most of the contest until the waning minutes.

The host Scarlets continued to chip away until they finally flipped the script that culminated with dramatic effect when they overtook the lead by three. Not quite ready to concede a game in which coach Mission coach Jen Brander elaborated that her “girls played so well as a team,” Syd Brander countered by splashing a clutch trey to knot the contest at 49 apiece that would send the game into overtime.

Though Mission would be hampered when regular contributors Addison Arlint and Afton Brander fouled out the last three minutes and change during regulation, any apparent disadvantages seem to have been negated when others stepped up their caliber of play during their absence. Karolyna Buck would turn a strategic three point play to keep Mission on top in overtime. Azia Umphrey would score seven of the dozen overtime points. Courtney Mitchell and Madyson Currie likewise made crucial defensive stops, caused turnovers while making the most of their chances at the charity stripe.

Arlee didn’t succumb to any residual disappointment as the Scarlets cranked out two subsequent conference wins to maintain their pristine District 14C record.

Arlee will have already held a cross classification clash at home with 6B Loyola on Tuesday, then close out the regular schedule with Senior Night against Charlo on Thursday. Coach Melissa Tiensvold commented that she is looking forward to a good game during the rematch as she anticipates veteran Charlo coach Bret Thompson will implement some adjustments to make round two a more competitive match than the last time these two squads clashed.

Arlee 78, Two Eagle 14

Arlee (11-0, 12-4), Two Eagle (0-11, 0-17)

Arlee 28 25 17 8 – 78

Two Eagle 4 6 2 2 – 14

ARLEE – Halle Adams 9 0-3 18, Louetta Conko-Camel 6 0-0 13, Cheyenne Pablo 4 0-2 8, Shelby Smith 2 1-3 7, Sydni Rogers 2 3-3 7, Hailey Shepherd 3 0-0 6, Nellie Desjarlais 2 1-2 5, Emily Fiddler 2 1-2 5, Noelle West 2.

TWO EAGLE RIVER – Lulani Miller 6, TaRae Goodluck 1 0-4 2, Viviana AfterBuffalo-Adams 2, Tia Carpentier 2, Trinity Carpentier 2.

3FGs – A2 (Smith 2, Conko-Camel). (Sa02Feb19)

Some details may be subject to later modification.

Arlee 61, Noxon 22

Noelle West reached the summit of the century plateau for season scoring.

Arlee (10-0, 11-4), Noxon (2-8, 6-10)

Noxon 4 6 5 7 – 22

Arlee 11 24 20 6 – 61

NOXON – Avery Burgess 6, Delaney Weltz 6, Kali Murray 3, Chelsea Vohs 2, Rachel Ehinger 2, Vanessa Horner 2, Emily Brown 1.

ARLEE – Alyssia Vanderburg 17, Nellie Desjarlais 11, Louetta Conko-Camel 10, Emily Fiddler 7, Noelle West 6, Sydni Rogers 4, Hailey Shepherd 3, Halle Adams 3. (Fr01Feb19)

Mission 61, Arlee 57 (OT)

Lady Bulldog Syd Brander crossed the century (100) threshold for season scoring. Scarlet Alyssia Vanderburg crossed the triple century (300) threshold for season scoring.

6B Mission (6-8), 14C Arlee (10-4)

Mission 14 12 11 12 12 – 61

Arlee 2 14 10 23 8 – 57

ARLEE – Alyssia Vanderburg 30(23r,1a,3s,2b), Nellie Desjarlais 11(2r,1a,3s), Louetta Conko-Camel 8, Sydni Rogers 3, Halle Adams 2(4r,3s), Noelle West 2(4r,4a,3s), Emily Fiddler 1(1b), Tomi Brazill 0 Shelby Smith 0 Cheyenne Pablo 0 Hailey Shepherd 0 tmA(49r, 7a,13s,3b).

MISSION ST. IGNATIUS – Karolyna Buck 13(14r,5s,1b), Azia Umphrey 11(5r,6s), Sydney Brander 11(8r,1a,5s), Madyson Currie 9(4r,5a,4s,1b), Addison Arlint 9, Courtney Mitchell 4, Afton Brander 4, Olivia Garland 0 Hunter Eichert 0, tmMSI (hudl: 60r,7a,24s,2b)

3FGs – A (Conko-Camel, Desjarlais)

(Th31Jan19)

Loyola 67, Mission 44

Addison Arlint crested the triple century (300) point plateau for varsity career scoring, while Karolyna Buck crossed the century (100) threshold for season scoring.

Mission (1-5, 5-8), Loyola (4-3, 10-4)

Mission 8 11 14 11 – 44

Loyola 23 11 18 15 – 67

MISSION ST. IGNATIUS – Addison Arlint 15(12r,1s), Azia Umphrey 8(9r,2s), Karolyna Buck 7(9r,2a,4s), Sydney Brander 5(5r,1a,6s,1b), Afton Brander 5(2r,2s) Madyson Currie 4(3r,4a,3s).

MISSOULA LOYOLA – Lani Walker 16, Syd Koppang 14, Laney Denning 8, Brooke Twite 8, Violet Whitegrass 6, Kelsey Esh 5, Sam Clevenger 3, Evelyn Demblans-Dechans 3, Nat Clevenger 3, Ashton Libel 1.

3FGs – MSI (A.Brander). (Tu29Jan19)

Florence 73, Mission 48

Azia Umphrey crested the century (100) point plateau for season scoring.

Mission (1-4, 5-6), Florence (5-0, 11-2)

Florence 30 13 15 15 – 73

Mission 4 10 9 25 – 48

FLORENCE – Makenna Liles 22, Danielle Zahn 17(4r,14a,3s), Emma Stensrud 12, Rilee Mangun 12, Joey Janetski 10,

MISSION ST. IGNATIUS – Addison Arlint 8 2-3 18, Azia Umphrey 4 4-7 13, Syd Brander 1 6-9 8, Courtney Mitchell 3 1-2 7, Karolyna Buck 2.

3FGs – F6-21 (Stensrud 3-9, Liles 2-5, Zahn 1-6), MSI 1-16 (Umphrey 1-4). (Th24Jan19)

gm specs acquired courtesy of Mission coaching staff

St. Regis 66, Two Eagle River 9

Two Eagle River 2 2 3 2 — 9

St. Regis 21 18 24 3 — 66

St. Regis: Sunny Shoupe 8, Madison Kelly 16, Baylee Pruitt 6, Ashley Wilson 4, Taylor Hurd 2, Makaela Kelly 5, Kylee Thompson 7, Emma Hill 18.

Two Eagle River: Lulani Miller 4, Liz Hill 2, Tarae Goodluck 3.

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