BIGFORK — Maddie Robison scored four goals for the Columbia Falls Wildkats in a 7-0 rout of the Bigfork Valkryies in a Northern A matchup on Tuesday.
With one more game left in the regular season, the Wildkats are 10-1 overall and 7-0 in conference play.
“Really cool that a lot of our younger players were able to step up,” Columbia Falls Thomas Clark said. Freshmen Morgan McAleavey, Gwen Jarvis and Aletheia Fisher each got a chance to play varsity minutes.
McAleavey had two assists and Fisher had one assist.
“It’s exciting to see younger players knock it out of the park when their numbers are called,” Clark said.
Senior Graceanne Sevesind’s goal came off a corner kick. Clark called it an “absolute screamer.”
“To see your outside back score that in her second to last regular season game as a senior was really cool,” Clark said.
The Wildcats host Libby for a 5 p.m. game on Thursday, the last before playoffs.
Columbia Falls 4 3 — 7
Bigfork 0 0 — 0
CF — Maddie Robison (Aletheia Fisher) 17:00
CF — Robison (LaKia Hill) 20:00
CF — Graceanne Sevesind (Robison) 29:00
CF — Robison (Morgan McAleavey) 40:00
CF — Alexis Green (Lexi Purcell) 52:00
CF — Robison (McAleavey) 59:00
CF — Flora Jarvis (Purcell) 77:00
Shots on goal — Columbia Falls 13, Bigfork 1; Goalie saves — Columbia Falls 4 (Ave McDonald), Bigfork 6 (Neveah Carlin); Corner kicks — Columbia Falls 4, Bigfork 1; Fouls — Columbia Falls 4, Bigfork 6; Cards — None.
Stillwater Christian 1, Whitefish JV 0
Mabelle Hartman scored the only goal in a low-scoring affair for the Stillwater Cougars against the Whitefish Bulldogs JV on a chilly evening.
“We had a solid team effort today,” Stillwater coach JR Hemp said. “We had exceptional play from Marae Tintzman and Madi Schwartz defensively. We
were very determined at passing the ball and working together. We had solid midfield play from Tintzman, Abby Stillo,
and Emma Anderson. We had great flank play from Madison Morken and Mabelle Hartman with several breakaways.
Stillwater will be in Colbert, Washington against Northwest Christian on Friday at 6p.m. and will play St. George at 10 a.m on Saturday.
Whitefish JV 0 0 — 1
Stillwater Christian 1 0 — 1
S — Mabelle Hartman 7:00
Shots on goal — Whitefish JV 10, Stillwater 12; Goalie saves — Whitefish JV 6, Stillwater 7; Corner kicks — Whitefish JV 3, Stillwater 1.
Columbia Falls 6,
BIGFORK — Niels Getts scored four goals for the Columbia Falls Wildcats in a battering of the Bigfork Vikings in a Northern A game.
It was the Wildcats’ f
irst shutout of the season.
“We’ve won some blowout games but have let in one or two goal,” Wildcats coach O’Brien Byrd said. “I’m proud of our two goal keepers and our back line today.”
Simon Magg scored a goal and had three assists. Getts added an assist on Magg’s first goal.
“I’m proud of the guy,” Byrd said of Getts.
Columbia Falls (6-4-1 overall, 5-2 conference) has one more game remaining on the regular season slate, a 7 p.m. home game against Libby.
Columbia Falls 5 1 — 6
Bigfork 0 0 — 0
CF — Simon Magg (Niels Getts) 11:00
CF — Getts (Magg) 14:00
CF — Getts (Magg) 23:00
CF — Getts (Reed Sandstrom) 30:00
CF — Getts (Magg) 35:00
CF — Seth Hoffman (Magg) 72:00
Shots on goal — Columbia Falls 16, Bigfork 7; Goalie saves — Columbia Falls 4 (Story Stemborski, Bryce Dunham 3), Bigfork 13 (Caden Riedesel); Corner kicks — Columbia Falls 10, Bigfork 1; Fouls — Columbia Falls 12, Bigfork 2; Cards — None.