Only two weekends of games remain for Class C teams

Doreen Heintz
Sports Editor

Roy-Winifred’s Braden Urion falls to the court while trying to stop Jacob McAllister of Tri-City going in for a score. Also pictured is Roy-Winifred’s Rowen Rice (left).                                                                                          

  Photo by Doreen  Heintz

The regular season is coming to a quick end for Class C teams in Montana. With only two weekends of games remaining, district tournaments are just around the bend.
In weekend games in Central Montana, Tri-City hosts Denton-Geyser-Stanford on Thursday in Hobson. Then the Titans and Lady Titans travel to Belt to play against the tough Huskies and Lady Huskies on Friday. In another conference game on Friday, DGS travels to Highwood to play the Rivals of Geraldine-Highwood.
Other conference games during the weekend have Geraldine-Highwood traveling to Winnett on Saturday to play the Rams and Lady Rams. Also on Saturday, the Lady Outlaws and Outlaws host Centerville in Winifred.

Last week’s action
The Bearcats continued to lead the boys in conference play with a 49-30 win over Winnett-Grass Range. Rhet Woodhall led the Bearcats with 12 points, while teammate Kordell Carpenter added 10 points. Sean Bronec and Cameron Cali had 9 points each in the win. Cameron Wollman led the Rams with 12 points.
Centerville secured a 49-33 win over Winnett-Grass Range in Grass Range. The Miners were led by 22 points from Carson McGinness, while Wollman had 10 points to lead the Rams.
Roy-Winifred pulled a mild upset over Tri-City in Winifred with a 67-51 win on Saturday. Look for the story about the contest on page 13. The only other conference game last weekend was a Belt Husky win over the Outlaws.



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