Glacier girls split in soccer with Capital, Helena High

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HELENA — Glacier pressured Helena High for much of play before the Bengals regrouped in the late going to pull out a 5-3 Western AA victory on Saturday in girls soccer.

Glacier, on goals by Kenzie Williams and Micah Hickethier, held a 2-0 lead after 42 minutes of play.

Helena High then answered with four goals to go on top 4-2.

Madison Becker, who assisted on Hickethier’s score, netted a shot to get the Wolfpack within one, but Bailey Root finished the scoring for Helena High with a goal at 80 minutes.

On Friday, Glacier picked up its first victory of the season by topping Helena Capital 1-0. Becker had the game-winner in that one with Emily Cleveland assisting. That goal was at 22 minutes.

“Friday was spectacular,” Glacier coach Brenden Byrd said.

“The first 50 minutes of Helena High was great.”

In the Capital win ...

“We played a complete game,” Byrd said.

“Everyone did their job, stuck to a game plan and stayed with it until the end.”

He said his team “ran out of gas” in the late going against the Bengals.

“To lead Helena High for most of the game was new territory for us,” he added.

Glacier (1-4-1 overall, 1-3 Western AA) plays at Missoula Sentinel on Tuesday.

Glacier 1 2 — 3

Helena High 0 5 — 5

G — Kenzie Williams, direct kick, 31:00

G — Micah Hickethier (Madison Becker), 42:00

HH — Maddie Marigeard,42:00

HH — Claire Benedetti, 43:00

HH — Benedetti, NA

HH — Sammi Plaster, NA

G — Becker (Williams), NA

HH — Bailey Root, 80:00

Shots on goal — Glacier 13, Helena High 15; Corner kicks — Glacier 3, Helena High 2; Keeper saves — Glacier 11 (Ellie Keller), Helena High 9 (Odessa Zentz); Fouls — Glacier 5, Helena High 3; Cards — None.

Friday

Glacier 1 0 — 1

Helena Capital 0 0 — 0

G — Becker (Emily Cleveland), 22:00

Shots on goal — Glacier 18, Capital 6; Corner kicks — Glacier 6, Capital 1; Keeper saves — Glacier 5 (Keller and Sophie Smith), Capital 10 (NA); Fouls — Glacier 3, Capital 1; Cards — None.

Helena Capital 2,

Flathead 1

HELENA — All the scoring came in the second half with Capital holding a 2-0 edge before Flathead netted a shot by Skyleigh Thompson at 60 minutes in this Western AA test.

Flathead had 13 shots on goal to Capital’s 12.

Flathead’s Aaris Hall was credited with 10 keeper saves.

Flathead came up short in Friday’s match with Helena High by the same score.

Flathead plays at Missoula Hellgate on Tuesday.

“They played together, never gave up,” Flathead coach Bledy Doda said.

“I’m so proud of them. They are working very hard, getting better and better. They played their best soccer (this weekend).”

Flathead 0 1 — 1

Helena Capital 0 2 — 2

HC — 45:00

HC — 57:00

F — Skyleigh Thompson (Tessa Smith), 60:00

Shots on goal — Flathead 13, Capital 12; Corner kicks — Flathead 10, Capital 3; Keeper saves — Flathead 10 (Aaris Hill), Capital 13 (NA); Fouls — Flathead 11, Capital 5; Cards — Flathead, 1 yellow.

Friday

Flathead 0 1 — 1

Helena High 2 0 — 2

HH —23:00

HH — 30:00

F — Shayenn Thompson (Hill), 67:00

Shots on goal — Flathead 15, Helena High 12; Corner kicks — Flathead 2, Helena High 3; Keeper saves — Flathead NA, Helena High NA; Fouls — Flathead 10, Helena High 3; Cards — None.

Belgrade 10, Bigfork 0

BELGRADE — Mariah Morgan, Hayden Cade and Emma Mauritsen had two goals each and Makena Morris assisted on three goals and also scored once as Belgrade breezed by Bigfork in a nonconference match.

Belgrade scored four times in the first 16 minutes and led 9-0 at the half.

Bigfork 0 0 — 0

Belgrade 9 1 — 10

Bel ­— Mariah Morgan (Sophie Gawarkiewicz), 3:00

Bel — Hayden Cade), 7:00

Bel — Dalani Brayton (Sarah Marshall), 14:00

Bel — Morgan (Sydney Eastwood), 16:00

Bel — Cade (Makena Morris), 24:00

Bel — Emma Mauritsen (Morris), 24:00

Bel — Mauritsen, 31:00

Bel — Morris (Shaina Smith), 37:00

Bel — Cade (Morris), 39:00

Bel — Marshall (Monlux), 79:00

Shots on goal — Bigfork 1, Belgrade 19; Corner kicks — Bigfork 3, Belgrade 3; Keeper saves — Bigfork 11 (Nya Schara), Belgrade 1(Mackenzie Turner, Maya Amunduson); . Fouls —Bigfork 4, Belgrade 3.

Stillwater Christian 5, Lakeland 0

Five different players scored goals in a nonconference home victory for Stillwater Christian over Lakeland High School from Rathdrum, Idaho.

Loren Pittaway scored a goal and assisted on another.

“We had a short week of training this week and it showed in our first 15 minutes,” Stillwater coach JR Hemp said.

“We had four or five solid opportunities to score and could not connect with one another to put it in the back of the net. Our solid defensive play from juniors Ashley Kauffman and Madi Schwartz, freshman Kricket Hartman and sophomore Marae Tintzman kept away all of the early advances by Lakeland.”

Stillwater (2-2) is back in action Friday and Saturday with its Cougar Classic.

Lakeland 0 0 — 0

Stillwater Christian 3 2 — 5

SC — Alexis Pandina, 24:00

SC — Aleeya Derlatka (Loren Pittaway), 34:00

SC — Julia Pittaway, 36:00

SC — Chloe Erb, 59:00

SC — Michaela Marinaccio, 71:00

Shots on goal — Lakeland 1, Stillwater 29; Corner kicks — Lakeland 1, Stillwater 5; Keeper saves — Lakeland 12, Stillwater 1; Fouls — NA; Cards — NA.

Columbia Falls 5, Livingston 1

LIVINGSTON — Maddie Robison scored the first two goals, Josie Windauer followed with the next two and Cheyanne Johnson-Heinz completed the scoring for Columbia Falls in a Class A nonconference victory over Livingston.

No other results were available.

Columbia Falls returns to Northern A play on Tuesday hosting Whitefish.

Columbia Falls NA NA — 5

Livingston NA NA — 1

CF – Maddie Robison

CF – Robison

CF – Josie Windauer

CF – Windauer

CF – Cheyanne Johnson-Heinz

L – Lauren Allen

Friday

At Belgrade

Columbia Falls 0 0 — 0

Belgrade 5 2 — 7

B — Mariah Morgan (unassisted), 12th

B — Morgan (Hayden Cade), 17th

B — Shaina Smith (Morgan), 20th

B — Sarah Marshall (Morgan), 22nd

B — Makena Morris (Mackenzie Turner), 27th

B — Cade (unassisted), 42nd

B — Morgan (unassisted), 44th

Shots on goal — Columbia Falls 4, Belgrade 15; Corner kicks: Columbia Falls 2, Belgrade 4; Keeper saves — Columbia Falls 10 (Ave McDonald), Belgrade 4 (Abbey Cady); Fouls — Columbia Falls 2, Belgrade 2; Cards — NA.

Boys

Helena Capital 3,

Flathead 1

HELENA — Flathead managed to score first, but Capital answered with three to net the Western AA victory.

The Braves (4-2, 2-2) and Capital were scoreless in the first half.

Colter Goff, with David Marburger assisting, scored a minute into the second half for the Braves.

Flathead almost took a 2-0 advantage a minute later, but AJ Apple’s shot hit the post.

Capital scored at 46, 60 and 72 minutes.

Capital held an 11-4 edge on shots on goal.

“They were a good team,” Flathead coach Zach Brenneman said of Capital.

“They were able to put their chances away today and we weren’t able to do that.”

Flathead suffered its first loss of the season on Friday at Helena High 3-0.

“We rebounded well,” Brenneman said.

“Battled hard today.”

Flathead plays at Missoula Hellgate on Tuesday.

Flathead 0 1 — 1

Helena Capital 0 3 — 3

F — Colter Goff (David Marburger), 41:00

HC — 46:00

HC — 60:00

HC — 72:00

Shot on goal — Flathead 4, Capital 11; Corner kicks — Flathead 3, Capital 5; Keeper saves — Flathead 8 (Max Warnell), Capital 3 (NA); Fouls — Flathead 14, Capital 20; Cards — Flathead, 1 yellow.

Helena High 4, Glacier 2

HELENA — Dyllyn Stabler’s goal at 22 minutes tied the Western AA match for Glacier and Connor Griffin’s goal at 50 minutes put the Wolfpack on top 2-1. Helena High, however, recovered and netted three shots in the span of 10 minutes to pull out the win.

“We played a really good first half,” Glacier coach Ryan Billiet said.

“It was a really good match against a very good Helena High team. We got a lot of possession in the middle, played wide and opened up. A lot of energy today compared to yesterday. That was a huge bonus for us.”

Glacier lost to Helena Capital on Friday 2-1.

“Hopefully get healthy, get a couple of these guy back from injury,” Billiet said.

“(Some of them) got warm, provided good minutes (on Saturday).”

Glacier (2-4, 1-3) plays at Missoula Sentinel on Tuesday.

Glacier 1 1 — 2

Helena High 1 3 — 4

HH — 13:00

G — Dyllyn Stabler, 22:00

G — Connor Griffin (Zane Elliott), 50:00

HH — 60:00

HH — 65:00

HH — 70:00

Shots on goal — Glacier 9, Helena High 7; Corner kicks — Glacier 3, Helena High 6; Keeper saves — Glacier 6 (Andrew Lorenc), Helena High 10; Fouls — Glacier 5, Helena High 3; Cards — Glacier, 1 yellow, Helena High, 1 yellow

Polson 2, Laurel 1

POLSON — Mack Moderie tied the Class A nonconference match for Polson with a goal at 28 minutes and later won it on a penalty kick at 70 minutes.

Laurel outshot Polson on goal 15-11 and led in corner kicks 6-2.

Kaden Nelson had 16 keeper saves for the Pirates.

Laurel 1 0 – 1

Polson 1 1 – 2

L – Layne Chelgren (Matt Mosby), 12:00

P – Mack Moderie (Robin Erickson), 28:00

P – Moderie (PK) 70:00

Shots on goal — Laurel 15, Polson 11; Corner kicks — Laurel 6, Poslon 2; Keeper saves — Laurel 9 (Cy McMurrey), Polson 16 (Kaden Nelson); Fouls — Laurel 3, Polson 3; Cards — NA.

Belgrade 10, Bigfork 2

BELGRADE — Kanon Tebo netted four goals and assisted on another as Belgrade blew by Bigfork in nonconference play.

Baltazar Alcaraz and Jeremy Herd scored first-half goals for Bigfork.

Bigfork 2 0 — 2

Belgrade 6 4 — 10

Bel — Kanon Tebo (Josiah Russell), 18th

Bel — Nathan Haycock, PK, 21st

Big — Baltazar Alcaraz, 26th

Bel — Russell (Tyler Monlux), 28th

Bel — Monlux, PK, 33rd

Bel — Tebo (Russell), 35th

Bel — Tebo, 38th

Big — Jeremy Herd), 39th

Bel — Monlux (Sam Waller), 41st

Bel — Russell (Haycock), 46th

Bel — Sam Stewart (Tebo), 65th

Bel — Tebo (Sean Smith), 67th

Shots on goal — Bigfork 5, Belgrade 23; Corner kicks: Bigfork 1, Belgrade 7; Keeper saves: Bigfork 11 (Caden Riedesel, Wyatt Duke), Belgrade 3 (Luke Turner); Fouls — Bigfork 6, Belgrade 7; Cards — NA.

Stillwater Christian 3, Lakeland 1

Caleb Cole-Pinkham figured in all the scoring for Stillwater Christian in its home opener victory over Lakeland High School from Rathdrum, Idaho.

Cole-Pinkham scored the first and last goals of the match and assisted on the team’s second score by Sam West.

“Had a good day, worked really hard,” Stillwater coach Ryan O’Rourke said of Cole-Pinkham.

“Scored some key goals for us.”

Stillwater outshot Lakeland 8-5. Josh Venman had 3 keeper saves for Stillwater.

“It was definitely one of those games where you wish you could mention every player,” O’Rourke said.

“They worked so hard.”

Stillwater (1-2) is back in action Friday and Saturday with its Cougar Classic.

Lakeland 0 1 — 1

Stillwater Christian 2 1 — 3

SC — Caleb Cole-Pinkham (Nicholas Sulzbacher), 6:00

SC — Sam West (Cole-Pinkham), 26:00

L — David Durfee, 68:00

SC — Cole-Pinkham (Logan Feist), 69:00

Shots on goal — Lakeland 4, Stillwater 8; Corner kicks — Lakeland 0, Stillwater 4; Keeper saves — Lakeland 5 (Bradley Munson), Stillwater 3 (Josh Venman); Fouls — Lakeland 10, Stillwater 5; Cards — None.

Livingston 1,

Columbia Falls 0

LIVINGSTON — Colin McKenzie accounted for the only score of the Class A nonconference match as Livingston nipped Columbia Falls.

No other information is available.

Columbia Falls returns to Northern A play on Tuesday hosting Whitefish.

Friday

At Belgrade

Columbia Falls 0 0 — 0

Belgrade 0 3 — 3

B — Kanon Tebo, PK, 47th

B — Tebo (Joshia Russell), 53rd

B — Tebo (Nathan Haycock), 68th

Shots on goal: Columbia Falls 6, Belgrade 11; Corner kicks — Columbia Falls 2, Belgrade 3; Goalie saves — Columbai Falls 11 (Story Stemborski), Belgrade 4 (Luke Turner); Fouls — Columbia Falls 10, Belgrade 14; Cards — NA.

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