Wildkats hold off Hamilton, boys fall on the road

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  • Wildkat Trista Cowan battles for a lose ball in the fourth quarter against Hamilton Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Wildkat Ryley Kehr drives past Hamiltonís Phoebe Howard during the second quarter Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Wildkat Josie Windauer battles Hamiltonís Lauren Ryter for a loose ball Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Wildkat Josie Winauer battles Hamiltonís Lauren Ryter for a loose ball Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Wildkat Savvy Ellis battles Hamiltonís Mariola Tesoro for a loose ball Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Wildkat Trista Cowan reaches over Hamiltonís Maggie Ringer for a rebound Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Wildkat Josie Windauer takes the ball inside against Hamiltonís Phoebe Howard Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Wildkat LaKia Hill takes the ball up for a shot over Hamiltonís Lauren Ryter in the second quarter Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Wildkat Trista Cowan goes up for a shot over Hamiltonís Mariola Tesoro Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Wildkat Hannah Schweikert goes in for a tough shot against the Lady Broncs in Columbia Falls Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Kimberly Peacock takes a jump shot for the Wildkats in the fourth quarter against Hamilton Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

  • Wildkat Trista Cowan battles for a lose ball in the fourth quarter against Hamilton Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Wildkat Ryley Kehr drives past Hamiltonís Phoebe Howard during the second quarter Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Wildkat Josie Windauer battles Hamiltonís Lauren Ryter for a loose ball Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Wildkat Josie Winauer battles Hamiltonís Lauren Ryter for a loose ball Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Wildkat Savvy Ellis battles Hamiltonís Mariola Tesoro for a loose ball Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Wildkat Trista Cowan reaches over Hamiltonís Maggie Ringer for a rebound Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Wildkat Josie Windauer takes the ball inside against Hamiltonís Phoebe Howard Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Wildkat LaKia Hill takes the ball up for a shot over Hamiltonís Lauren Ryter in the second quarter Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Wildkat Trista Cowan goes up for a shot over Hamiltonís Mariola Tesoro Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Wildkat Hannah Schweikert goes in for a tough shot against the Lady Broncs in Columbia Falls Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Kimberly Peacock takes a jump shot for the Wildkats in the fourth quarter against Hamilton Saturday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

The Wildkats basketball squad picked up a 39-21 win over Hamilton at home Saturday in a contest that seemed more like a football game at times.

Offense was at a premium in the first half as the Wildkats trailed 6-2 after one quarter before outscoring the Lady Broncs 8-2 in the second quarter to grab a 10-8 halftime lead.

The Wildkats opened things up in the third quarter, using a 13-0 run to go up 23-8 before taking a 29-11 lead into the fourth quarter.

The physical play continued in the fourth quarter as both teams scored 10 points to give Columbia Falls an 18-point victory.

Trista Cowan led all scorers with 13 points while Josie Windauer added 11, Ryley Kehr scored seven, Maddie Robison had four and Hannah Schweikert and Paige Burger each added two.

Abby Johnson and Katelyn Dickemore led Hamilton with five points each.

The boys were at Hamilton Saturday, where the Wildcats fell to the Broncs, 78-40.

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