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4 SUNDAY, FEB. 24, 2019 Eagles split opening games at divisional Sidney’s boys basket— ball team kept its season alive with a hard-fought 5350 win over rival Glen— dive at the divisional tournament in Billings on Thursday night. The Eagles trailed by a 37-35 margin at the end of the third quarter and by a 4037 score when Glendive’s Stephen Stelnbron accounted for a three-point play early in the fourth quarter. Sidney cut the margin to 40-39 on a basket by Trev Stewart and then took its first lead of the game when Bridger Lar- son hit a basket. A three-pointer by C00- per McGlothl in gave the Eagles a 44-40 advantage. After Steinbron made a free throw, Larson con- nected on five free tosses to give the Eagles a 49-41 advantage with about three minutes to play. The Red Devils, on the scoring of Riley Basta, were able to cut the mar- gin to 51-47, but Sidney’s Aaron Entz responded with two free throws. A free throw by McGloth- lin put the margin at 54- 49 with only 58 seconds remaining. The free-throw shoot— ing of Larson and McGlothlin put the game away for the Eagles down the stretch. Larson led the Eagles with 31 points. Add- ing eight points each were McGlothlin and Entz. Also scoring were Stewart with four, Ian Jurgens with two, Alex Fairview deftGig 0'10le ,4 Fairview’s boys bas- ketball team took control in the fourth quarter to down MonDak, 52-37, in the first round of the Eastern C divisional tournament in Glasgow on Thursday night. The Warriors led by only a 34-32 margin entering the fourth quarter and then struck for the first six points of the period on four points by Alex Schriver and two free throws by Josh Herron. After MonDak’s Darian Holecek hit a three-pointer to pull the Th under to 40-35, Fair- view’s defense held the Thunder scoreless the , rest of the way except for a basket with about 10 seconds left. Two straight hoops by Barron started Fair- view’s final run for a 4435 lead. After a free throw by Cody Asbeck, Herron hit two free tosses for a 47-35 advantage. Two more free throws by Asbeck and three points by Luke Lebsock Lee with two and Carter Johnson with one. Glendive’s top scorers were Steinbron with 19 and Logan Phipps with 10 points. After the Red Devils took a 137 advantage in the first quarter, Glen— dive grabbed a 21-11 lead early in the second quar- ter on a three-pointer by Parker Buckley. Glendive led 28-16 late in the half, but consecu- tive three-pointers by Larson pulled the Eagles to 28-22 at the break. Down by a 3529 mar— gin in the third quarter, the Eagles struck for six straight points on a three-pointer by Larson, a free throw by Johnson and a hoop by J urgens for a deadlock. A basket by Steinbron put Glendive back ahead to end the quarter. Sidney’s boys basket- ball team kept its season alive with a hard-fought 58-50 win over rival Glen- dive at the divisional tournament in Billings on Thursday night. The Eagles trailed by a 37-35 margin at the end of the third quarter and by a 4037 score when Glendive’s Stephen Steinbron accounted for a three-point play early in the fourth quarter. Sidney cut the margin to 40-39 on a basket by Trev Stewart and then took its first lead of the game when Bridger Lar- son hit a basket. A three—pointer by Coo- perMcQ- othlln gave the PM MCGLDIHUN l SUBMlTl'ED Trev Stewart scores for the Eagles. Eagles a 44-40 advantage. After Steinbron made a free throw, Larson con- nected on five free tosses to give the Eagles a 49-41 advantage with about three minutes to play. The Red Devils. on the scoring of Riley Basta, were able to cut the mar- gin to 51-47, but Sidney's Aaron Entz responded with two free throws. A free throw by McGloth— lin put the margin. at 54- 49 with only 58 seconds remaining. The free-throw shoot- ing of Larson and McGlothlin put the game away for the Eagles down the stretch. Larson led the Eagles with 31 points. Add- ing eight points each were McG-lothlin and Entz. Also scoring were Stewart with four, Ian . urgens with two, Alex Lee with two and Carter Johnson with one. Glendive’s top scorers DONA OSKSA SUBMMED Fairyl‘w" c°dY “Wk Puts up a shot; """ ” put the margin at 52-35. Fairyiew’s top scorers were Herron with 19 and ‘ Schriver with 18 points. Rounding out the scor- ing were Asbeck with five, Lak Kloker with five, Lebsock with three and Paul Hardy with two. . Top scorers for Mon- Dak were Jack Solberg with 11 and Holecek with nine. A drive by Schriver put GIRLS BASKETBALL A'I'IILE E i * OFTHE‘EE *- t V . r The entire , SIDNEY GIRLS’ BASKETBALL TEAM is being honored this week for their aid work thr ughth the season the Warriors up 24-22 to end the first half. Alter MonDak gained a 29-26 advantage in the third quarter, Fairview ran off the next eight points on.four points each by Schriver and Herron for a 34—29 lead. Solberg hit a three-point- er for MonDak to end the third quarter. . Cowgirls end Sidney's season Sidney’s girls basket— ball season ended with a 6342 loss against Miles City at the divisional tournament on Thursday After a slow start, Miles Ci.tygained a 20-10 lead in the first quarter. Miles City led 30-19 at the half. The Cowgirls account- ed for 22 points in the third quarter for a 52-28 advantage. Maddie Peters led the" Eagles with 19 points. Scoring eight points each were Ali Merritt and Cassidy Larson. Also scoring for Sidney were Olivia Schoepp with four, Zoo Morrill with one, Karissa Marti- nez with one and Brooke Morrill with one. Reaching double fig- ures for Miles City were Mackenzie Rask with 13 and Sydney Johnstone with 12 points. Madl- son Rask added nine and Morgan Johnstone scored eight-points. were Steinbron with 19 and Logan Phipps with 10 points. After the Red Devils took a 16-7 advantage in the first quarter, Glen- dive grabbed a 21-11 lead early in the second quar- ter on a three-pointer by Parker Buckley. Glendive led 28-16 late in the half, but consecu- tive three-pointers by Larson pulled the Eagles to 28-22 at the break. Down by a 35-29 mar- gin in the third quarter, the Eaglesstruck for six straight points on a three pointer by Larson, a free throw by Johnson and a hoop by Jurgens for a 3535 deadlock. A basket by Steinbron put Glendive back ahead to end the quarter. Despite a strong second half, Sidney’s boys basketball team lost to Miles City, 51-40,‘in the opening round of the divisional tournament on Wednes— y . ::\§*<x‘t£\‘n§ 'Savatje‘tomes SIDNEY HERALD i acne N i SUBMIITED Sidney’s Boston Peters looks to drive against Miles City. day afternoon. The Eagles trailed by a 24-13 half-time margin but enjoyed a strong start in the third quarter. Two three-point plays by Bridger Larson pulled the Eagles to 28-24. After Miles City’s Jayden Venable scored on. a drive, Sidney’s Ian J urgens hit a three- pointer for a 3027 game. Venable accounted for the next four points, but. a drive by Sidney’s Trev Stewart closed the margin to 34—29 to end the third quarter. The Eagles got close ' as three points in the final. period on a three- pointer by Stewart and a pair of free throws by Larson. The Cowboys responded with the next three points on a free throw by Kaden Strad- ley and a basket off a rebound by Venable. A free throw by Cooper McGlothl in pulled the Eagles to 42-37 with. 1:40 remaining. Miles City, however, then took con- trol with the next eight points including six from the foul stripe. Larson led the Eagles with 10 points. Stewart and Jurgens added eight pOints each. Also scoring were Aaron Entz with six, Boston Peters with four and McGlothlin with one. Leading Miles City were Venable with 20, Quest. Savory with 19 and Stradley with, 12 points. Miles City jumped out to an 8-0 advantage and went on to lead 13-2 at the end of the opening quarter. After the Eagles closed the gap to 18-11, Miles City struck for six straight. points late in the half. A basket by Entz cut the margin to 24-13 at intermission. “JUNE u back for sentidinal " roundvictory over Plentywoocl The Savage Warriors overcame a 10-point defi— cit to beat Plentywood, 35-34, in the Eastern C divisional girls basket- ball tournament’s semi- final round on Thursday night. Savage trailed through~ out the fourth quarter and by a 34—29 margin en- tering the final minute. Tyler Lien stepped up to hit a three-pointer with 45 seconds left for a 34-32- game. After a turnover by Plentywood, the War— riors took the lead on a three-pointer by junior Haylie Conradsen with 10 seconds left. Conrad- sen then came up with a steal as the Warriors held on for the victory. Conradsen led the Warriors with 15 points. Also scoring were Kiana Miller with eight points, Lien with. six, Soda Rice with three and Reghan Prevost with three. Brenna Osksa scored 11 points. Adding nine points each were Liv DONA OSKSA l SUBMITTED Plentywood’s Brenna Osksé and Savage’s Soda Rico . battle for control. Wangerin and Mikayla Stevens. Down by a20-16 margin in the third quarter, the Wildcats struck for nine straight points including four by Wangerin. After a three-pointer by Rice, the Wildcats ac- counted for the last'eight points of thethird quar- tor for a 33—23 advantage. Savage opened the fourth period with three pointers by Conradsen and Prevost to cut the gap to 33-29. Fusion drops tournament game inover’rime The R&L Fusion lost a heartbreaker - in overtime against Dodson, 57-56, in the first round of the Eastern C boys basketball divisional tournament in Glasgow on Thursday The Fusion, which led by nine points early in the third quarter, were ahead 5048Vunti1Dodson‘s Corbin Lone Bear accounted for a steal and drive for a 50- 50 deadlock with 25 seconds left in the regulation. R&L’s Seth Prevost accounted for the first four points of the overtime period. The Coyotes, however. came back with a three-pointer by Caleb Ditmer and a drive by Lone Bear to take a advantage. A 12-footer by Prevost put the Fusion up 56-55, but Dodson scored on a basket by Derek Jones with just five seconds remaining for a 57-56 victory. ~ - Prevost led the Fusion with 27 points. Also scoring were Gabe Gonsioroski with eight, Kyler Brown with six, ’ Hunter Watson with six, Caleb Senner with five, Blake Lien with two and Grady Gonsioroski with two. The Fusion jumped out to a 22-13 lead in the first quarter and held a 32-28 half-time advantage. ' R&L then scored the first five points of the third quarter, including a three- ! nine-points. DONA OSKSA SUllMlTlED R&l.’s Caleb Sanner drives in for a basket during the divisional tournament. pointer by Prevost, fora 37-28 lead. With the Fusion ahead by eight points in the fourth quarter, the Coy- . otes struck for eight of the game’s next