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4 SUNDAY, MARCH 3, 2019 SIDNEY HERALD MYSSIE SANDERS I SUBMllTED Savage’s senior Kiana Miller drives for a basket during the Class C state girls basketball tournament in Great Falls. Getyour Bracket knowledge flowing. 51. You Could win Local Bracket Challenge Sponsored by: '_Afll€£'f Rfifiolds Awmmm' am: am» C ""1"." Savage stops Charlo in first-round of state tourney Savage’s defense was too much for Charlo to handle as the Warriors stopped Charlo, 42-25, in first-round action at the Class C state girls basket- , ball tournament in Great Falls on Thursday. Charlo scored the game’s first four points but only had six points at half-time as Savage’s full- court pressure defense took over. The Lady Vi- kings finished the game with 29 turnovers. Down 4-0, Savage got its offensive game going when Tyler Lien scored on a drive and Kiana Miller accounted for a three-point play. After Charlo scored with about three minutes left in the first quarter, the Warriors struck for the last six points of the period for an 11-6 advan- tage. The Warriors out- scored Charlo by a 12-0 margin in the second quarter for a 23-6 lead. Soda Rice scored the first four points of the half. Another highlight of the quarter was a three-pointer by Lien. After the Lady Vikings scored for a 31—12 game, Haylie Conradsen led Savage to a 35-13 lead at the end of the third quarter. Charlo scored 12 points in the fourth‘quarter for the final. Top scorers for Savage were Conradsen with 13 and Lien with 10 points. Miller added eight MYSSIE SANDERS SUBMITTED Savage’s Reghan Prevost scores at the state tournament. points. Also scoring were Reghan Prevost with five, Rice with four and Alexia Papka with two. Rice finished the game with seven rebounds. Leaders in steals were Lien with five and Miller with three. Having three assists each were Rice, Lien and Miller. Charlo’s top scorer was Liev Smith with 10 points. Wrestlers Place at meets Sidney’s junior high traveling wrestling team competed in a dual tour- nament in Belgrade last weekend. The Delta Force'de- feated Bozeman 1, 104-7, Renegade 1, 1200, Three Forks, 90-17, Boulder, 102- 6, Butte East, 74-23, and Eagle Force, 59-36, in the championship match. The Eagle Force earned victories over Bozeman 2, 105—12, Lau- rel 73-31, Whitehall, 89- 21, and Belgrade I, 63—48. Local wrestlers en- joyed success during the Sidney Invitational on Feb. 23. Placing first from Sidney were Slade Anderson, Billy Fran- ‘ zen, Raiden Olmstad, Kleinke, Cye Franzen, Max Kleinke, Eli Lon- ski, Noah Abar, Terren Bright, Grady Bloesse'r, Aiyana Kirn, ‘Kaiden Cline, Grady Nelson, Jor- dan Darby, Aden Graves, Brodey Skogen and Riley Waters. Earning second were Stetsonn Bybee, Gunnar Goff, Hazen Foss, Rueger Sheehan, Ian Orozco, Rylan McGahan, Brody Keysor, Parker Wunder and Justin Clifton. Taking third were Thomas Ostle, Ryker Heckler, Oaklee Lonski, Paxton Baisch, James Baltrusch, Hatchsure Willis, Jake Barnett, Jeremiah‘Hill, Kayson Clifton, Aldo Gonza- IZU girls hockey action Richland’s Marett Schieber, right, battles for the puck against the Williston Coyotes in Sidney on Feb 24. les, Shay Severson, Aaron Schmitz, Dawsen Baltrusch and Brooke Solem. Placing fourth we‘re Jack Baltrusch, Flint Solem, Tucker Bailey, Amariah Kirn, Tripp Heggem, Allen Van- gorder, TayLeigh Olm- stead, Ty Schepens and Aiyana Kirn. Taking fifth were Ayden Schofill, Ryker VonDerHeide, Kade Kutzler, Kash Mul- lin, Carson Propp and Koltyn Mullin. Placing sixth were Braxton Bousquet, Gan- non Hill, Bentley Jones, Eli Abar, Landon Bybee, Levin Grimes-and Aiden Rudie. ROGER RIthAND SUBMIITED Fairview plans adult basketball tournament The Fairview Community Founda- tion has decided to hold an adults only basketball tournament during Easter weekend, April 20-21, at Fairview High School. Games will consist of two 20-minute halves. Each player gets five fouls. It’s not a co-ed tournament, but teams can havewomen on their squads. Entry fee is $300. Registration, team roster and payment must be turned in 59221. by April 14 to: Fairview community -' Foundation, PO. Box 353, Fairview, There will be a three-point shootout on Sunday. ,A calcutta for the three- Saturday. point contest Will take place at the. Double Barrel after the last game on ‘ For more information, call Brian V , Renville, 701-770-4025. ~’ 1