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Prospector men, women easily handle Harrison-Willow Creek

PHILIPSBURG – The Prospectors avoided what Head Coach Dustin Keltner called a ‘trap game’ in posting a 16-point win over the visiting Wildcats Thursday night.

“We ran the ball pretty well and got a lead that we extended,” said Keltner. “Daniel (Brabender) got into foul trouble and Bryce Parret came off the bench and gave us six points and some great play.”

Granite opened the game 16-9 first quarter, but faltered slightly in the second when the visitors outscored the locals 10-8. Keltner and his squad made some halftime adjustments that solved the issues and led them to a win going away.

Kade Cutler led the Prospectors in the win with 14 points, while Brian Ward chipped in 13 and Jaxon Lee 11.

Granite’s two teams will take the rest of the year off before coming back after New Year’s to Host Ennis January 4 in Philipsburg.


HARRISON-WILLOW CREEK – 9/10/5/13 – 37

GRANITE – 16/8/13/16 – 53

Harrison-Willow Creek – Cima 16, KHomner 7, Christiansen 6, VHomner 3, Nye 2, LHomner 1, Hernvall 1, Contreras 1

Granite – Cutler 14, Ward 13, Lee 11, Parret 6, PMetesh 5, Brabender 4



Granite 49, Harrison-Willow Creek 19

Audrey Radtke scored seven first quarter points and Sarah Goff added six to help the Lady Prospectors get off to a fast start and a 30-point win Thursday night at home.

“Today's game was an overall team effort, we shared the ball well,” said Granite Head Coach Brian Piazolla. “Defensively we played well and did a good job of limiting second chance points.”


GRANITE – 20/9/12/8 – 49

TWIN BRIDGES – 7/4/4/4 – 19

Granite – Hill 2, Tallon 6, Struna 2, Grange 6, Metesh 5, Goff 17, Comings 2, Radtke 9

Twin Bridges – Christiansen 2, KChristiansen 7, Bacon 8, Chater 2

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