Boys 5th-6h basketball season continues

 

The Miles City boys fifth- and sixth-grade basketball league continued with four games earlier this week.

Triple Threats 23, Blue Blazers 19

The Triple Threats used a huge second quarter to take control of the game. They outscored the Blue Blazers 16-0 in the second quarter and held on through the second half for the win.

Jayden Venable had 11 points, 10 in the second quarter, to lead the Triple Threats. Dayton Helmts and Haden Warren each scored four while Slade Tredway and Logan Peila each had two points. Gagge Duncan won the sportsmanship award.

Jess Bellows led the Blue Blazers with nine points and also won the sportsmanship award. Brenan Hager scored four points and Corbin Jerrell, Dylan Holmlund and Trace Strub each added two points.

Green Gunners 16, Thunder Cats 8

The Green Gunners broke open a close game in the third quarter, outscoring the Thunder Cats 6-2.

Mason Harding had six points to lead the Green Gunners. Joel Christopherson, Taegan Williams, Jesse Chapweske, Orin Muri and Kaden Koenig each scored two. Williams also won the sportsmanship award.

Lauren McClain and Evan Miller each scored four points for the Thunder Cats. Baylee Negethon won the sportsmanship award.

Triple Threats 21, Timber Wolves 8

The Triple Threats outscored the Timber Wolves 13-2 in the first half and cruised in the second half to remain undefeated.

Haden Warren had six points to lead the Triple Threats. Dayton Helmts and Quest Savery each had four points, Jayden Venable had three and Slade Tredway and Logan Peila each scored two. Warren also won the sportsmanship award.

Jack Cline had four points to lead the Timber Wolves, while Dylan Gibson and Anthony Ray each had two. Cline also won the sportsmanship award.

Green Gunners 16, Blue Blazers 15

The Green Gunners overcame a first-half deficit to beat the Blue Blazers. The Green Gunners were down 7-4 at halftime, but outscored the Blue Blazers 8-4 in the third quarter and hung on for the win.

Joel Christopherson and Kaden Koenig each had six points to lead the Green Gunners and Danny Anderson and Mason Harding each scored two. Harding also won the sportsmanship award.

Jess Bellows had a big night for the Blue Blazers, scoring 14 of the team’s 15 points. Dylan Holmlund had the other point. Seth Decker won the sportsmanship award.