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Four members of the Libby varsity girls basketball team were honored at Senior Night festivities.
DeShazer’s undefeated campaign was the first of his varsity career and he owns a 154-14 record.
Five members of the Libby boys varsity basketball team were honored during Senior Night festivities.
They included, from the girls squad, Sarah Rogers, and from the boys team, Derek Cole, Rowyn Shupe, Nathin Sentell and Braxton Yeadon.
Andersen’s shot made the Loggers 42-41 winners and ended a 0-8 skid in Northwest A play.
Madison Vincent hit two 3-pointers and had a game-high 16 points for Libby.
The two-time state champion spent 196 seconds on the mat before scoring first period falls in each match.
But Kelch’s shot was the difference after Tyler Andersen’s three-quarter court heave fell short.
Wrestling begins at 3 p.m. Friday afternoon and concludes Saturday evening. Qualifiers will advance to the state championships Feb. 9-10 in Billings.
The Vikings (5-7, 3-3) were hot from behind the 3-point line with seven.
The froshmore squad, coached by Kelly May and assistant Scott Beagle, has experienced a lot of growth, according to the coaches.
The Greenchain hammered Polson, 60-18, and topped Columbia Falls, 39-33.
The Greenchain will host Senior Night on Tuesday, Jan. 16, when Whitefish, Polson and Columbia Falls come to town for a quad.
At Bigfork on Jan. 4, the Loggers led by as many as nine points in the third quarter, but the Vikings rallied to force overtime where they won, 58-54.