Kats blow out Lady Pirates at home, boys fall in Polson

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  • Ryley Kehr goes up for two of her game-high 18 points against Polson Tuesday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Josie Windauer goes up over Polson's Karly Lawson Tuesday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Josie Windauer comes down with a rebound in the second quarter against Polson Tuesday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Maddie Robison goes up for a jumper against the Lady Pirates Tuesday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Alyssa Blankenship takes a shot against the Lady Pirates Tuesday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Grace Gedlaman takes the ball inside against Polson Tuesday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    LaKia hill pulls up for two of her nine points against the Lady Pirates Tuesday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Josie Windauer, left, and Savvy Ellis play smothering defense against Polson's Misty Tenas Tuesday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

  • Ryley Kehr goes up for two of her game-high 18 points against Polson Tuesday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Josie Windauer goes up over Polson's Karly Lawson Tuesday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Josie Windauer comes down with a rebound in the second quarter against Polson Tuesday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Maddie Robison goes up for a jumper against the Lady Pirates Tuesday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Alyssa Blankenship takes a shot against the Lady Pirates Tuesday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Grace Gedlaman takes the ball inside against Polson Tuesday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    LaKia hill pulls up for two of her nine points against the Lady Pirates Tuesday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

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    Josie Windauer, left, and Savvy Ellis play smothering defense against Polson's Misty Tenas Tuesday. (Jeremy Weber photo)

The Wildkats basketball led wire to wire at home Tuesday as Columbia Falls cruised past the Lady Pirates of Polson, 70-18.

Ryley Kehr scored 10 of her game-high 18 points in the first quarter and Josie Windauer added eight as the Kats jumped out to a 21-7 lead after eight minutes of play.

The onslaught continued in the second quarter Columbia Falls outscored Polson 24-6 to grab a 45-13 halftime lead.

The Wildkats went on a 25-2 run over the final two quarters of the game to win by 52.

Along with Kehrís 18 points, Trista Cowan added 16, Windauer scored 15, Savvy Ellis and LaKia Hill each scored nine, Graceanne Sevesind had two points and Peyton Rhodes scored one.

In boys action in Polson, the Wilcats trailed by just four with four minutes to play, but a series of technical fouls led to six Pirate free throws to push the lead to 10. Columbia Falls would not recover as Polson went on to win 56-45.

Drew Morgan led the Cats with 11 points while Sam Hovde added 10, William Dyon scored nine, Dillon Wanner had five points, Logan Bechtel and Brad Nieves each scored four and Dillon Shipp had two points.

In other action, the boys froshmore team beat Polson 67-59 while the junior varsity squad won 46-34. The Wildkat froshmore team won 55-22 and the JV won 65-15.

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