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D13C Roundup: Lady Prospectors strike silver at District Tournament


FRENCHTOWN – The Granite Lady Prospectors used a bye to their advantage this weekend, taking second place in the District 13C Tournament.

That finished punched their ticket to the Western Divisional Tournament, also at Frenchtown, starting Thursday, February 22.

Granite started slower but stepped it up in the second and third periods to secure the win and advance to the tourney title game.

In the championship matchup with Seeley, the Lady Prospectors held a halftime lead before going ice cold in the second half as the Seeley Swan Lady Blackhawks scored a 61-47 win and the crown.

Granite will play in the Western Division opener at 9:30 a.m. against 12C champion Charlo.

 

SCORING

Granite – 8/13/15/9 – 47

Lincoln – 10/7/7/11 – 35

Granite – Lilyquist 5, Flores 2, Benson 7, Smith 17, Piar 16

Lincoln – Dempster 7, Brown 6, Zarske 6, Davis 2, MCopenhaver 6, Dietz 3, KCopenhaver 3

 

Granite Prospector Boys

The Prospector boys closed out a challenging season, suffering a pair of losses in the district tournament. The fell 66-29 to Seeley Swan in their opening game. They got a bye to the Consolation semifinals where they faced Drummond, only to lose 65-28.

 

SCORING

Granite – 4/10/9/5 – 28

Drummond – 35/15/9/6 – 65

Granite – Dauenhauer 10, Quinlan 8, Lattin 3, Puig 7

Drummond – Rasor 17, Parke 9, James 4, Bradshaw 2, Graveley 5, Suthers 9, Phillips 6, McNally 2, Goettle 7, Dunkerson 4

 

Drummond Trojan Boys

After earning the event’s No. 1 seed, the Trojans were unable to capitalize on their first-round bye and fell to Valley Christian 74-68 in the Winner’s Bracket semifinal. The loss dropped Drummond in the Consolation where the Trojans met Granite and won (see above).

The Eagles hit seven of their 12 three-point shots in the first half to take a 42-33 lead. Drummond crept back in with a 13-10 third period, but both teams unloaded for 22 in the fourth as Valley pulled away for the win.

Seniors Scott Parke (22) and Trey Phillips (20) led the Trojans with four Valley players hitting double figures.

In the Consolation Championship Drummond earned the right to extend its season with a convincing 57-43 win over Seeley Swan.

The Trojans held a lead for most of the game, but the Blackhawks used a 16-10 third period to lead 36-34 to start the fourth. But Drummond brought the offense and the defense to final eight minutes, outscoring Seeley 23-7 to win the Consolation Bracket.

Phillips led in scoring with 15 for the locals, while Parke added 13 and Rasor 12.

The win put Drummond into a matchup of Consolation Bracket winners Monday at 6 p.m. against 14C’s Hot Springs. The game will be played Monday at 6:30 in Alberton.

 

SCORING

Valley Christian – 23/19/10/22 – 74

Drummond – 18/15/13/22 – 68

Valley Christian – Panique 8, Fisher 4, CGlidewell 13, ZGlidewell 13, Karavandi 13, McKethen 15, Stoltzfus 8

Drummond – Rasor 9, Parke 22, James 6, Graveley 4, Suthers 2, Phillips 20, McNally 2

 

Seeley Swan – 7/13/16/7 – 43

Drummond – 10/14/10/23 – 57

Seeley Swan – McClure 2, Zurmuehlen 8, Kauffman 7, Best 2, Brovold 15, Wilkinson 7, Dunster 2

Drummond – Rasor 12, Parke 13, James 7, Graveley 3, Suthers 6, Phillips 15, McNally 1

 

Drummond Lady Trojans

Like their male counterparts, the Lady Trojans squandered their top seed status and opening round bye with a 37-36 loss to Seeley Swan. The game was played in the semifinal of the Winner’s Bracket and sent Drummond into the Consolation Bracket.

The Lady Trojans led most of the way, but the Lady Blackhawks outpaced the locals 14-8 in the fourth for the win. A key stat was that Seeley was 9-for-14 from the free throw line while Drummond was just 1-for-6.

Kimber Parsons led the Lady Trojans with 19 in the loss.

Drummond drew last place Valley Christian in the next game, making it a blow out in short fashion, 41-8.

Remington Cline led Drummond with 15 points.

But the Lady Trojans ended their season inm the Consolation Final with a 41-32 loss to the Lincoln Lady Lynx.

The locals managed a 22-19 lead through halftime, but a 14-6 third period by Lincoln followed by an 8-4 run in the fourth secures the win for the Lynx.

Cline had 13 in the season finale for Drummond.

 

SCORING

Drummond – 9/6/13/8 – 36

Seeley Swan – 6/8/9/14 – 37

Drummond – Parsons 19, Nelson 5, ASawfer 2, Parke 2, RCline 7, CCline 7

Seeley Swan – Matthew 8, Nicholas 3, Boyd 14, Gleason 3, Richardson 3, Auchenbach 6

 

Valley Christian – 3/2/0/3 – 8

Drummond – 6/6/15/14 – 41

Valley Christian – Warnath 3, Coghlan 3, Kirk 2

Drummond – Parsons 2, Nelson 7, ASawfer 3, Parke 2, RCline 15, HSawfer 6, CCline 4, PWetsch 2

 

Lincoln – 12/7/14/8 – 41

Drummond – 12/10/6/4 – 32

Lincoln – Dempster 5, Brawn 6, Zarske 2, MCopenhaver 14, Weisner 10, KCopehaver 4

Drummond – Parsons 4, Nelson 5, Parke 2, RCline 13, HSawfer 4, CCline 4

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