MT WY All Stars

 

Friday, June 8, 2018 in Sheridan at Sheridan Community College

Saturday, June 9, 2018 in Billings at Rocky Mountain College

5:30 Girls start time
7:30 Boys start time

 

Boys Summaries

1970s

GAME 1, June ?, 1976, in Sheridan:
WYOMING  101 – 88  Series Record – Montana 0 wins Wyoming 1 wins

GAME 2, June ?, 1976, in Billings (METRA):
WYOMING  106 – 99  Series Record – Montana 0 wins Wyoming 2 wins

GAME 3, June ?, 1977, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  124 – 80  Series Record – Montana 1 wins Wyoming 2 wins

GAME 4, June ?, 1977, in Billings (METRA):
WYOMING 106 – 98  Series Record – Montana 1 wins Wyoming 3 wins

GAME 5, June ?, 1978, in Sheridan:
MONTANA 89 – 81 Series Record – Montana 2 wins Wyoming 3 wins

GAME 6, June ?, 1978, in Billings (METRA):
WYOMING  86 – 84  – (Over Time)  Series Record – Montana 2 wins Wyoming 4 wins

GAME 7, June ?, 1979, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  108 – 77  Series Record – Montana 3 wins Wyoming 4 wins

GAME 8, June ?, 1979, in Billings (WEST H.S.):
MONTANA  121 – 96  Series Record – Montana 4 wins Wyoming 4 wins

1980s

GAME 9, June ?, 1980, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  122 – 120  – (3 Over Times)  Series Record – Montana 5 wins Wyoming 4 wins

GAME 10, June ?, 1980, in Billings (WEST H.S.):
MONTANA  113 – 99  Series Record – Montana 6 wins Wyoming 4 wins

GAME 11, June ?, 1981, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  101 – 84  Series Record – Montana 7 wins Wyoming 4 wins

GAME 12, June ?, 1981, in Billings (WEST H.S.):
MONTANA  96 – 85   Series Record – Montana 8 wins Wyoming 4 wins

GAME 13, June ?, 1982, in Sheridan:
WYOMING  93 – 81  Series Record – Montana 8 wins Wyoming 5 wins

GAME 14, June ?, 1982, in Billings (WEST H.S.):
MONTANA  87 – 74  Series Record – Montana 9 wins Wyoming 5 wins

GAME 15, June ?, 1983, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  97-91  Series Record – Montana 10 wins Wyoming 5 wins

GAME 16, June ?, 1983, in Billings (WEST H.S.):
MONTANA  87 – 72  Series Record – Montana 11 wins Wyoming 5 wins

GAME 17, June ?, 1984, in Sheridan:
WYOMING  104 – 94  Series Record – Montana 11 wins Wyoming 6 wins

GAME 18, June ?, 1984, in Billings (METRA):
MONTANA  90 – 88  – (Over Time)  Series Record – Montana 12 wins Wyoming 6 wins

GAME 19, June ?, 1985, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  94 – 85  Series Record – Montana 13 wins Wyoming 6 wins

GAME 20, June ?, 1985, in Billings (METRA):
MONTANA 99 – 81 Series Record – Montana 14 wins Wyoming 6 wins

GAME 21, June ?, 1986, in Sheridan:
WYOMING 101 – 87 Series Record – Montana 14 wins Wyoming 7 wins

GAME 22, June ?, 1986, in Billings (METRA):
WYOMING  95 – 85  Series Record – Montana 14 wins Wyoming 8 wins

GAME 23, June ?, 1987, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  108 – 96  Series Record – Montana 15 wins Wyoming 8 wins

GAME 24, June ?, 1987, in Billings (METRA):
MONTANA 109 – 105  – (Over Time)  Series Record – Montana 16 wins Wyoming 8 wins

GAME 25, June 10, 1988, in Sheridan:
WYOMING  88 – 86  Series Record – Montana 16 wins Wyoming 9 wins

Jeff Pierson’s two free throws with five seconds left lifted Wyoming to an 88-86 victory over Montana. Rebounding was a big factor in the outcome with Wyoming holding a 54-43 advantage. Wyoming led by 10 points at the half and held at 71-62 margin at the third quarter break. Ryan Williams scored 21 points for Wyoming and Montana got 22 points and 11 rebounds from 6’10” Daren Engellant.

GAME 26, June 11, 1988, in Billings:
MONTANA  90 – 79  Series Record – Montana 17 wins Wyoming 9 wins

Montana turned the tables on Wyoming and posted a 90-79 victory to raise its series advantage to 17-9. Kraig Abbey came off the bench to score 18 points. Daren Engellant and Wayne Synan contributed 16 each. Engellant grabbed 15 rebounds to lead Montana to a 49-37 domination on the boards. Corey Fulmer scored 14 points to lead Wyoming.

GAME 27, June 9, 1989, in Sheridan:
WYOMING  85 – 83  Series Record – Montana 17 wins Wyoming 10 wins

Marty Schad’s three point basket with 16 seconds left saved Wyoming an 85-83 victory. Wyoming, which had led by as many as 11 points in the first half, trailed 81-78 in the final minute. Dale Reed and Kreg Adams led Wyoming with 20 points each. Gary Kane of Butte scored 23 points to lead Montana. Chris Herriford of Gardiner added 16.

GAME 28, June 10, 1989, in Billings (METRA):
WYOMING  78 – 75  Series Record – Montana 17 wins Wyoming 11 wins

Wyoming completed its third sweep in series history by posting a 78-75 victory. Montana led 43-41 at halftime but Wyoming opened the second half with an 11-2 run keyed by 6’9” Brian Rewers of Thermopolis. Wyoming went on to build a 70-62 lead before Montana rallied to take a 73-72 advantage on a basket by Gary Kane. Wyoming responded with five straight points and never trailed again. Kreg Adams paced Wyoming with 16 points. Rewers contributed 14 and marty Schad and Scott Schroeffel added 10 each. Kane and Chris Herriford scored 16 apiece for Montana. Eric Hilleboe added 15.

1990s

GAME 29, June 15, 1990, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  122 – 58   Series Record – Montana 18 wins Wyoming 11 wins

Montana overwhelmed Wyoming 122-58, to set records for margin of victory (64), most points in a half (70) and most points in a quarter (42). Montana led 52-27 at halftime and pulled away with 42 points in the fourth quarter. Jim Bement led Montana with 22 points and 10 rebounds while Robb Dundas grabbed 12 rebounds and scored 12 points.

GAME 30, June 16, 1990, in Billings (METRA):
WYOMING  75 – 73   Series Record – Montana 18 wins Wyoming 12 wins

In the final seconds, Bob Traylor scored from short range and Trevor Larson sank two free throws to give Wyoming a 75-73 victory at the Metra. Montana had come back from 16 points behind in the fourth quarter to lead 73-71. Kevin Gettings and Larson led Wyoming’s balanced scoring with 13 each. Curtis Smith scored 16 for Montana.

GAME 31, June 7, 1991, in Sheridan:
WYOMING  91 – 74  Series Record – Montana 18 wins Wyoming 13 wins

David Coffey and Demetrius Drew dominated the rebounding as Wyoming built a 53-27 halftime lead and the Cowboy State All-Stars held off a late rally to win 91-74. Brian Marso led Wyoming with 19 points. Coffey grabbed 12 rebounds and Drew 10. Tracy Davis scored 18 for Montana.

GAME 32, June 8, 1991, in Billings (Rocky Mountain College):
WYOMING  97 – 96  Series Record – Montana 18 wins Wyoming 14 wins

Matt Stock sank two free throws with 17 seconds left to give Wyoming a 97-96 victory. Stock scored Wyoming’s final seven points. Brian Marso scored 23 points for Wyoming and Marc Bebout scored 22. Montana’s scoring leader was Tracy Davis with 21. A Wyoming Player Broke the Backboard with a Slam Dunk.

GAME 33, June 12, 1992, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  80 – 69  Series Record – Montana 19 wins Wyoming 14 wins

Montana went on a 30-11 scoring spree in the first 12 1/2 minutes of the second half, and wound up whipping Wyoming 89-69. Darby’s Kirk Walker, who shot a perfect 13-13 from the free throw line, topped Montana with 19 points. Bozeman’s Adam Leachman, who was 7-7 from the field, contributed 16 points and 13 rebounds. Montana trailed by as many as eight points on three occasions in the first half. The Treasure State cagers, however, came out more aggressive defensively in the second half and outscored Wyoming 22-11 in the third quarter. Montana also went on an 8-0 scoring binge to begin the fourth period.

GAME 34, June 13, 1992, in Billings (Rocky Mountain College):
MONTANA  95 – 73  Series Record – Montana 20 wins Wyoming 14 wins

In a game that at times resembled a highlight film, and at other times a YMCA tussle, Montana ran over Wyoming 95-73 in the second game of the 17th Annual Montana-Wyoming All-Star series at Rocky Mountain College’s Fortin Center. Montana scored the first 16 points of the game, an advantage it never lost as it ran its record in the series to 20-14. Point guard Kirk Walker again led Montana with 20 points and five assists. Billings Senior’s Tyler Dahlberg added 15 points, Shawn Samuelson of Broadus tallied 12 to go along with 11 rebounds, and Bozeman’s Matt Correa added 10 points for Montana. Wyoming missed its first 12 shots before Steven Doyle followed up a miss by Ben Lemke to make it 16-2 with 2:48 left in the first quarter.

GAME 35, June 11, 1993, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  111 – 94  Series Record – Montana 21 wins Wyoming 14 wins

Mike Hayter, Reece Gliko, and J.R. Camel led the Montana All-Stars on a 111-94 win over the Wyoming All-Stars. In all, six Montana players were in double figures. Cory Jones led the Wyoming All-Stars with 17 points, 9 of them coming via 3-point field goals. Montana outrebounded Wyoming 58-39.

GAME 36, June 12, 1993, in Billings (METRA):
MONTANA  83 – 82  Series Record – Montana 22 wins Wyoming 14 wins

After the easy win Friday night, Montana struggled Saturday night before winning 83-82. NOTE: J.R. Camel was selected Mr. Basketball for Montana and Corey Jones was chosen Mr. Basketball for Wyoming.

GAME 37, June 10, 1994, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  87 – 81  Series Record – Montana 23 wins Wyoming 14 wins

A 3-point goal by Trent Hickes broke a 67-67 tie and ignited a 9-0 run that carried Montana to an 87-81 victory. Montana got 7 points from Eric Allen and 13 from hickes. Wyoming trailed 63-53 when Jonath Jackson sparked a 14-4 run. Jackson, who scored eight points in the surge, finished with 25 points. Ben Phillips added 16.

GAME 38, June 11, 1994, in Billings (Montana State University – Billings):
MONTANA  87 – 86  Series Record – Montana 24 wins Wyoming 14 wins

Keith Erickson’s free throw with 35 seconds remaining lifted Montana to an 87-86 victory and its third consecutive series sweep. Montana led by as many as 12 points in the early going, but had to overcome a six-point deficit in the final four minutes. Ty O’Connor led Montana with 17 points. Erickson contributed 15 and mark Hamilton 14. Ben Phillips and Scott Sanderson had 15 each for Wyoming.

GAME 39, June 9, 1995, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  75 – 74  Series Record – Montana 25 wins Wyoming 14 wins

Kelly Darragh’s follow shot with five seconds left gives Montana a 75-74 victory. Danny Sprinkle led Montana with 14 points. Darragh added 12; Mark Hallock paced Wyoming with 15.

GAME 40, June 10, 1995, in Billings (Rocky Mountain College):
MONTANA  91 – 85  Series Record – Montana 26 wins Wyoming 14 wins

Montana rallied from a 10-point third quarter deficit to pull out a 91-85 victory. Danny Sprinkle and Mat Seidensticker combine for 16 points in the fourth quarter to spark the rally. Travis Walker scored 18 points for Montana. Seidensticker added 17; Wyoming got 20 from Levi Porter and 15 from Craig Ferris.

GAME 41, June 7, 1996, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  87 – 80  Series Record – Montana 27 wins Wyoming 14 wins

John Lazosky scored 20 points and J.D. Solomon pulled down 12 rebounds to lead Montana to an 87-80 victory. It was Montana’s ninth straight series win. Mike Marso had 17 shots and Mark Rinn 16 for Wyoming.

GAME 42, June 8, 1996, in Billings:
WYOMING  94 – 92  – (Over Time)  Series Record – Montana 27 wins Wyoming 15 wins

Mark Rinn’s two free throws with three seconds left in overtime gave Wyoming a 94-92 decision. The victory cut Montana’s series lead to 27-05. Mike marso tallied 20 points for Wyoming. John Lazosky had a 25 point, 11-rebound effort for Montana.

GAME 43, June 6, 1997, in Sheridan:
WYOMING  85 – 76 – (Over Time)  Series Record – Montana 27 wins Wyoming 16 wins

Sam Handsborough of Gillette poured in 29 points, seven in overtime, to lead Wyoming to an 85-76 victory over Montana. Brett Keisel of Greybull added 21 for Wyoming. Richard McCormick of Hardin led Montana with 14.

GAME 44, June 7, 1997, in Billings:
WYOMING  83 – 81  Series Record – Montana 27 wins Wyoming 17 wins

Brett Keisel, a 6’7”, 240-pounder, scored Wyoming’s last seven points in an 83-81 victory. Keisel finished with 20 points and 12 rebounds. Sam Handsborough led Wyoming with 23. Helena’s Justin Brown scored 21 for Montana. The sweep was Wyoming’s first in the series since 1991.

GAME 45, June 12, 1998, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  85 – 73  Series Record – Montana 28 wins Wyoming 17 wins

A 35-point fourth-quarter gives Montana an 85-73 decision. Nick Walker scores nine points and Pete Conway eight to lead the surge. Kirk Stiles scores a game-high 20 for the Treasure State. Michael Ferris scores 19 for Wyoming.

GAME 46, June 13, 1998, in Billings:
WYOMING  77 – 74  Series Record – Montana 28 wins Wyoming 18 wins

Derrick Yarber tallies 23 points, 15 in the final quarter, as Wyoming rallies for a 77-74 victory. Montana gets 20 points from Pete Conway.

GAME 47, June 11, 1999, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  86 – 79  Series Record – Montana 29 wins Wyoming 18 wins

Montana wins 86-79 as Danny Faaborg scores 24 points and Brandon Boedecker grabs 12 rebounds. Josh Williams scores 15 points for Wyoming.

GAME 48, June 12, 1999, in Billings:
MONTANA  79 – 68  Series Record – Montana 30 wins Wyoming 18 wins

Montana registers a 79-68 victory and raises series lead to 30-18. Richard Dionne’s 16 points and nine rebounds sparks Montana. Wyoming gets 17 from Bart Brooks.

2000s

GAME 49, June 9, 2000, in Sheridan:
WYOMING  111 – 96  Series Record – Montana 30 wins Wyoming 19 wins

Jeff Martini and ryan Taylor combined for 53 points in 111-96 Wyoming victory. Wyoming outrebounded Montana 55-32. Matt Luedtke scored 35 for Montana.

GAME 50, June 10, 2000, in Billings:
WYOMING  121 – 100  Series Record – Montana 30 wins Wyoming 20 wins

Hot-shooting Wyoming rolls to 121-100 victory behind 22 points from Ryan Taylor and 21 each from Jeff Martini and Tony Schamber. Wyoming makes 51.4 percent of its field goal attempts and hits 28 of 32 free throws.

GAME 51, June 8, 2001, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  94 – 71  Series Record – Montana 31 wins Wyoming 20 wins

A 35-point first quarter sends Montana to a 94-71 victory. Kevin Criswell of Colstrip leads the way with 22 points and Andy Brown of Helena pulls down 12 rebounds. Paul McVey of Casper Kelly Walsh scores 17 for Wyoming.

GAME 52, June 9, 2001, in Billings:
MONTANA  83 – 78  Series Record – Montana 32 wins Wyoming 20 wins

Chester’s Jeff Graham tosses in 29 points and Montana outscores Wyoming 15-6 in the last three minutes to pull out an 83-78 victory. Wyoming Indian School’s Al C’Bearing hits four 3-pointers and tallies 14 points for Wyoming.

GAME 53, June 7, 2002, in Sheridan:
WYOMING  112 – 100  Series Record – Montana 32 wins Wyoming 21 wins

Jaycee Carroll’s 34 points and 52 percent shooting carry Wyoming past Montana 112-100. Wyoming scores 62 points in the second half, 27 from Carroll. Mike Chavez collected 18 points and 17 rebounds for Montana.

GAME 54, June 8, 2002, in Billings:
MONTANA 109 – 85  Series Record – Montana 33 wins Wyoming 21 wins

Montana blitzes Wyoming 34-15 in the fourth quarter and wins 109-85. Montana gets 19 points from Dallas Leslie of Billings Central and Leo Bullchild of Browning, and 18 from Derek Miller of Baker. Jaycee Carroll scores 24 and Kory Burr 18 for Wyoming.

GAME 55, June 6, 2003, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  109 – 89  Series Record – Montana 34 wins Wyoming 21 wins

Nick Dissly’s 33 points carries Montana to a 109-89 rout. The Bozeman standout hits 11 of 18 shots from the floor, grabs 10 rebounds and makes three steals. Wyoming puts six players in double figures led by 16 from Tim Scheffler.

GAME 56, June 7, 2003, in Billings:
WYOMING  83 – 77  Series Record – Montana 34 wins Wyoming 22 wins

Wyoming makes 16 of 17 free throws in the fourth quarter and 30 of 37 for the game to earn a split with an 83-77 decision. Luke Wicks and Devan Royer score 17 each for Wyoming. Nick Dissly leads Montana with 25, establishing a two-game scoring record of 58 points for Montana. Wyoming’s Bruce Collins has the all-time series record of 65 points set in 1976.

GAME 57, June 11, 2004, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  91 – 85  Series Record – Montana 35 wins Wyoming 22 wins

Montana makes 44 of 65 free throws, including 17 of 21 by Chase Sukut, to register a 91-85 victory. Sukut finishes with 24 points. Ryan Fertig and Forrest Door score 18 and 17 for Wyoming.

GAME 58, June 12, 2004, in Billings:
MONTANA  99 – 84  Series Record – Montana 36 wins Wyoming 22 wins

Dane Fisher helps Montana pull away in the fourth quarter for a 99-84 victory. Fisher scores seven of his 13 points in the final frame. Jordan Hasquet chips in 16 points and 20 rebounds. Wyoming gets 17 points from William Reese.

GAME 59, June 10, 2005, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  102 – 101  Series Record – Montana 37 wins Wyoming 22 wins

Kellen Hasquet’s 3-pointer with one second remaining lifts Montana to 102-101 victory and caps an improbable comeback. Wyoming had led by as much as 19 points. Jack McGillis scored 19 of his 21 points in the second half to fuel Montana’s rally. Andy Pokorny scores 23 for Wyoming.

GAME 60, June 11, 2005, in Billings:
MONTANA  97 – 92  Series Record – Montana 38 wins Wyoming 22 wins

A 3-pointer by Jake Rios with 52 seconds left secures Montana’s 97-92 win. Charlie Cox tallies 21 points and Zack Parks adds 19. Andy Pokorny again leads Wyoming with 22. Kid Wilk contributes 20.

GAME 61, June 9, 2006, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  101 – 82  Series Record – Montana 39 wins Wyoming 22 wins

Montana claimed its fifth straight victory as Big Timber’s David Foster scored 21 points and Billings Senior’s Mark Desin contributed 17 in a 101-82 decision. Montana led by as much as 24 ponits in the second half. Wyoming got 19 points each from Cameron Smith of Gillette and Trevor Ragan of Lander Valley.

GAME 62, June 10, 2006, in Billings:
WYOMING  90 – 84  Series Record – Montana 39 wins Wyoming 23 wins

Wyoming recorded its first win since 2003 with a 90-84 victory. Thomas Parks of Cheyenne Central led the way with 27 points. Parks hit 7 of 10 field goal attempts and canned 11 of 16 free throws. Brett Taylor tallied 16 points for Montana which was hampered by 38 percent shooting.

GAME 63, June 8, 2007, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  100 – 93  Series Record – Montana 40 wins Wyoming 23 wins

Lame Deer’s Preston Gary scored 11 of his 26 points in the fourth quarter as Montana posted a 100-93 victory. Bobby Howard of Great Falls added 20 points. Wyoming got 20 points from James Johnson of Cheyenne East, who went on to play at Wake Forest. Arthur Steward contributed 19.

GAME 64, June 9, 2007, in Billings:
WYOMING  80 – 63  Series Record – Montana 40 wins Wyoming 24 wins

Wyoming won a cold-shooting battle 80-63 behind 15 points and 10 rebounds from Arthur Steward of Casper Natrona. Brian Ridgeway of Casper Kelly Walsh added 11 points and 10 rebounds. Cain Atkinson of Evanston and Kirk Blaine of Gillette each scored 13. Bobby Howard had 22 for Montana.

GAME 65, June 20, 2008, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  93 – 88  Series Record – Montana 41 wins Wyoming 24 wins

Wyoming erases a 20-point deficit, but Montana still prevails 93-88. Butte’s Cole Conway leads Montana with 16 points. Any Garland of Missoula Sentinel contributed 16 and Casey Rogers of Billings West had 12. Rob Johnson of Tongue River tallied 19 and Austin Koefed of Evanston added 17 for Wyoming, which made 17 3-point baskets.

GAME 66, June 21, 2008, in Billings:
MONTANA  102 – 90  Series Record – Montana 42 wins Wyoming 24 wins

Helena’s Grant Fink scored 26 points and jauled down 11 rebounds and Andy Garland had 25 points and 12 boards as Montana wins 102-90. The Treasure State used a 12-0 run to build an 89-72 lead in the fourth quarter. Justin Nelson of Gillette scored 21 points for Wyoming. Austin Koefed had 19.

Game 67, June 12, 2009, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  117 – 94  Series Record – Montana 43 wins Wyoming 24 wins

Montana streaks to leads of 28-8 and 56-30 on the way to a 117-94 victory. Peter Stordahl of Billings West scores 18 points to lead a parade of seven double figure scorers for the Treasure State. Tom Earl of Casper Natrona nets 18 for Wyoming.

Game 68, June 13, 2009, in Billings (WEST H.S.):
WYOMING  90 – 86  – (Over Time)  Series Record – Montana 43 wins Wyoming 25 wins

Rage Geringer of Guernsey-Sunrise hits a 3-pointer to force overtime and then scores nine points in the extra session as Wyoming posts a 90-86 victory. Geringer finishes with 20 points and Michael Dietz of Natrona adds 19 points and 11 rebounds. Ben Cutler of Kalispell Glacier scores 22 for Montana.

2010s

GAME 69, June 11, 2010, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  114 – 53  Series Record – Montana 44 wins Wyoming 25 wins

Six Montana players scored in double figures in a lopsided 114-53 win. Josh Huestis of Great Falls CMR led Montana with 21 points. The 61-point margin was the second-largest in the 35-year history of the series, surpassed only by Montana’s 64-point win in 1990. Wyoming’s 53 points was a series record low for either team.

GAME 70, June 12, 2010, in Billings:
MONTANA  91 – 75  Series Record – Montana 45 wins Wyoming 25 wins

Josh Huestis of Great Falls CMR had 19 points, 11 rebounds and four blocked shots to lead Montana to a 91-75 win. Corbin Pearson of Big Sandy added 13 points and eight rebounds as Montana dominated the boards, 57-38. Daniel Estes of Laramie led Wyoming with 19 points.

GAME 71, June 10, 2011, in Sheridan:
WYOMING  92 – 77  Series Record – Montana 45 wins Wyoming 26 wins

Wyoming earned a split of the opening night of the Montana-Wyoming All-Star Basketball series with a 92-77 win in the boys game. A sluggish start was the culprit for Montana as Wyoming’s boys won on their home floor for the first time in nine years. Kyle Vinich scored 19 points and Colby Wollenman added 16 to lead Wyoming The win was Wyoming’s first on the court at the Golden Dome since June 7, 2002, when it won 112-100. Montana had won five of the last six meetings. But the Treasure State all-stars didn’t score until midway through the first quarter (a 3-pointer from Kurtis Parsons) and couldn’t keep pace once it fell behind in the second half. Sheridan’s Raith Durham hit a 3-pointer near the 5:00 mark of the third quarter to give Wyoming 13-point lead. Montana pared it down to seven when Huntley Project’s T.J. Harris knocked down a 3 of his own, but that’s as close as the team got after halftime. Montana’s Tanner Roderick led all scorers with 23 points. Bozeman’s Roderick made 11 of 14 free throws. Parsons, of Great Falls CMR, added 14 points for the Montanans, while Florence’s Adam Greger chipped in 10. Wyomings Jordan Dick of Natrona added 15 points for Wyoming, while Aaron Tyser of Buffalo scored 11.

GAME 72, June 11, 2011, in Billings:
WYOMING  90 – 84  – (Over Time)  Series Record – Montana 45 wins Wyoming 27 wins

The stars from the Treasure State appeared to be on their way to salvaging a split in the 35th annual Montana-Wyoming All-Star Series Saturday night. But a double-digit lead wasn’t enough. Taran Brown hit a tying 3-pointer to force overtime, and Wyoming fought for a 90-84 victory. The win secured a sweep Wyoming Sesar Bonilla of Billings West made three free throws on separate trips to the foul line to give Montana a 68-58 advantage with 5:30 remaining in the fourth quarter. That’s when Wyoming went on a 17-7 run, capped by Brown’s double-clutch 3 to tie the game 75-75 with three seconds on the clock. Buffalo’s Aaron Tyser made the biggest shot in overtime for Wyoming, a straightaway 3-pointer at the 1:58 mark that gave the visitors an 86-82 lead. Taran Brown, who was also named Wyoming’s Mr. Basketball , finished with a game-high 31 points. He made 10 of 13 free throws, and also grabbed eight rebounds. Wyoming outrebounded Montana 48-36. Montana held a 47-33 lead at the 3:55 mark of the third quarter. Kurtis Parsons of Great Falls CMR and Bozeman’s Lincoln Powers led Montana with 17 points apiece. Tanner Roderick added 10 points. Parsons also grabbed a team-high eight rebounds. Wyomings Aaron Tyser finished with 13 points, while Big Horn’s Colby Wollenman had 13 points and a team-best 13 boards. The contest was slowed by whistles: The teams combined for 57 fouls and 82 free throw attempts.

GAME 73, June 8, 2012, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  80 – 69  Series Record – Montana 46 wins Wyoming 27 wins

A big mid-game scoring run gave the Montana boys all-stars to an 80-69 win over Wyoming in the first game of their annual basketball series Friday night. Montana, atoning for last year’s sweep at the hands of Wyoming. Manhattan’s Tanner Hupka led all scorers with 17 points while Great Falls High’s Shyke Smalls added 16 for the Montana All-Stars. Missoula Sentinel’s Riley King added 10 points for Montana. The game was tied at 26 midway through the second quarter when Montana began a 36-17 run. Josh Schultz started the run with a jumper with 3:30 remaining before intermission. McManamen led Wyoming with 12 points, while Rock Springs’ Chase Riley had 10.
Montana All-Stars lost Dillon standout Wes Knox to an apparent ankle injury late in the third quarter.

GAME 74, June 9, 2012, in Billings:
MONTANA  71 – 65  Series Record – Montana 47 wins Wyoming 27 wins

Riley King scored a game-high 25 points, Danny Robison finished with 18 points and a team-high nine rebounds while Shyke Smalls also reached double figures had 14 points as the Montana boys won 75-71 in a hard-fought battle to cap the Montana-Wyoming All-Star Basketball Series on Saturday night at Rocky Mountain’s Fortin Center. Wyoming was in controll most of the early going having a 10-point lead midway through the third quarter, but Montana stormed back for the two-game sweep. Riley King from Missoula Sentinel made 9 of 16 shots and had 17 points in the second half to help the Big Sky State players overcome a 49-39 deficit. Wyoming got 22 points from Torrington’s Jason McManamen, who helped the Cowboy State build a 33-31 halftime lead. Chase Riley had 14 points to also finish in double digits for Wyoming.

GAME 75, June 7, 2013 at Sheridan:
MONTANA  93 – 87  – (Over Time)  Series Record – Montana 48 wins Wyoming 27 wins

Kalispell Glacier’s Ryan Edwards scored seven points in overtime to spark a 93-87 win by Montana. The 7-foot Edwards finished with a team-high 16 points. Riverton’s Xavier Webb made a 3-pointer with 1:46 remaining in the fourth to tie the game at 83-83 as Wyoming rallied from seven points down.

GAME 76, June 8, 2013 at Billings:
MONTANA  88 – 82  Series Record – Montana 49 wins Wyoming 27 wins

Daine Muller of Billings Skyview netted 17 points to lead Montana to an 88-82 triumph. It was the second consecutive sweep for the Treasure State. Montana stretched its advantage in the annual series with Wyoming to 49-27. Riverton’s Xavier Webb led the Cowboy State with 15 points and hit four 3-pointers. The night before, Webb had a game-high 20 points, which included five treys.

GAME 77, June 13, 2014, at Sheridan:
MONTANA  105 – 103  Series Record – Montana 50 wins Wyoming 27 wins

Bozeman’s Oliver Carr pumped in 23 points, including 15 after intermission, to propel Montana to a 105-103 triumph. It was the fifth straight win by Montana in the annual series. Carr scored a basket with two minutes left to break a 95-all tie and give Montana the lead for good. Wyoming hit 14 3-pointers in the contest. Gillette’s Cody Kelley, Wyoming’s two-time Gatorade players of the year, scored 22 points.

GAME 78, June 14, 2014, at Billings:
MONTANA  93 – 85  Series Record – Montana 51 wins Wyoming 27 wins

The Montana boys swept the season series after posting a 93-85 victory. Oliver Carr, a 6-foot-6 post, netted 31 points and nine rebounds for Montana. Carr made 12 of 19 field-goal attempts and converted on his final eight attempts. Billings Senior’s Kooper Kidgell put in Montana’s first eight points and tallied 22 total. Cody Kelley pumped in 24 for the Cowboy State.

GAME 79, June 12, 2015, at Sheridan:
MONTANA  114 – 86  Series Record – Montana 52 wins Wyoming 27 wins

Montana cruised to a 114-86 victory. It was the eighth straight victory for Montana, which led the series 52-27 after the game. The 114 points tied for seventh best in the series. Tres Tinkle of Missoula Hellgate netted a game-high 25 points. The Oregon-State bound Tinkle was 10 of 11 from the free-throw line. Kendal Manuel of Billings Skyview chipped in 17 points. Lukas Vining of Great Falls contributed 15. Cooxooeii Black of Lander Valley led the Cowboy State with 23 points.

GAME 80, June 10, 2015, at Billings:
MONTANA  92 – 85  Series Record – Montana 53 wins Wyoming 27 wins

Propelled by Billing Skyview’s Kendal Manuel, Montana defeated Wyoming 92-85. Playing point guard, Manuel pumped in 23 points and dished out a hand full of assists. Manuel scored 12 of his points in the third quarter. Tres Tinkle of Missoula Hellgate led Montana for the second straight night with a game-high 27 points. It was the ninth straight win for the Treasure State and increased their lead in the series to 53-27. Cole Critchfield of Star Valley finished with 19 points and Kalei Smith of Powell 17 points.

GAME 81, June 10, 2016, at Sheridan:
MONTANA  93 – 79  Series Record – Montana 54 wins Wyoming 27 wins

Montana won its ninth straight in the series, 93-79. Montana led 70-54 after three quarters. However, Wyoming stormed to within 82-79 on a 3-point field goal by Rawlin’s  Jace Allard late in the game. The Treasure State regrouped and scored the game’s final 11 points. Havre’s Dane Warp netted a game-high 23 points. Choteau’s Dylan Pannabecker chipped in 14 points. The Cowboy State was led by Evanston’s Brock Ehlers with 18.

GAME 82, June 11, 2016, at Billings:
MONTANA  102 – 81  Series Record – Montana 55 wins Wyoming 27 wins

Montana pulled away in the final stanza for a 102-81 win for its 10th straight triumph in the series against its border rival. The treasure State outscored the opposition 27-16 in the final frame. Montana owns a 55-27 advantage in the series. Havre’s Dan Warp led the winners with 19 points. Jerrod Four Colors of Box Elder contributed 18. Worland’s Hoyt Nicholas scored a game-high 20 for Wyoming. Teammate Elijiah Oliver of Cheyenne East contributed 19.

GAME 83, June 9, 2017, at Sheridan:
MONTANA  93 – 78  Series Record – Montana 56 wins Wyoming 27 wins

The Montana All-Stars walked away with a sweep of Friday night’s games after the boys defeated the Wyoming All-Stars 93-78 in the first game of the Midland Roundtable Montana-Wyoming All-Star Basketball Series at the Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome at Sheridan College. Two-time Gatorade Montana Player of the Year Brendan Howard from Great Falls led Montana in scoring with 18 points as five Montana players scored in double-digits. Kalispell Glacier’s Jaxen Hashley scored 16 points, Malta’s Nate Costin pumped in 11 and Billings Skyview’s RayQuan Evans and Billings West’s Braydon Deming each had 10. After racing to a quick first-quarter lead, Montana and Wyoming ended up tied heading into the second. Wyoming led briefly in the second quarter but Bozeman’s Drew Huse knocked down a 3-pointer to put Montana up 35-33 and it never trailed again. Eric Jamerman led all scorers with 21 points for Wyoming. University of Montana men’s basketball commit Kelby Kramer, who is listed at 6-foot-11, had 14 points. Montana improves to an all-time record 56-27 against the Wyoming All-Stars with the win. The Treasure State has won the last 11 meetings between the two, improving Montana Western coach Steve Keller’s record to a perfect 11-0 since he took over.

GAME 84, June 10, 2017, at Billings:
MONTANA  100 – 71  Series Record – Montana 57 wins Wyoming 27 wins

The Montana All-Star boys complete their two-game sweep on Saturday night with a 100-71win over the Wyoming All-Stars. Great Falls’ Brendan Howard led all scorers with 25 points in a game where he was named Montana’s Mr. Basketball before the tipoff. Howard is the two-time Gatorade Montana Player of the Year and headed to Eastern Washington. The football players were clutch for Montana. Kalispell Glacier’s Jaxen Hashley, who will suit up for the Bobcats, scored 19 points. His future MSU teammate, Troy Andersen from Dillon, added eight points. Billings West’s Braydon Deming, a future Grizzly, added 16. His twin brother Bryson, also a future Griz, had four points and contributed plenty in the passing and defensive game. Braydon also found Bryson in the final minute of the game for an easy layup that gave Montana its 100th point. Hashley helped kick start the offense, scoring nine points in the first quarter to give Montana an early 18-17 lead. The teams went into halftime tied 39-39, but Montana outscored Wyoming 35-11 in the third quarter. Howard had 12 points in the third and Braydon Deming and Hashley each added six. Wyoming was led offensively by Jaxon Hiatt, who had 13 points. Wyoming played both games without Wyoming Mr. Basketball and future Cowboy Hunter Thompson, who was out with a foot injury. Future Griz men’s basketball player Kelby Kramer had two points on Saturday after scoring 14 on Friday.

GAME 85, June 8, 2018, at Sheridan:
MONTANA/WYOMING 00 – 00  Series Record – Montana 57 wins Wyoming 27 wins

GAME 86, June 9, 2018, at Billings:
MONTANAWYOMING 00 – 00  Series Record – Montana 57 wins Wyoming 27 wins

Girls Summaries

1990s

GAME 1, June 6, 1997, in Billings:
WYOMING  85 – 70  Series Record – Montana 0 wins Wyoming 1 wins

Wyoming used a 15-2 run in the fourth quarter to secure an 85-70 victory over Montana in the first game of the girls all-star series. Kelly Martin of Cody scored 20 points and collected 11 rebounds and Sara Miller and Shelby Hoffman, both of Gillette, added 16 points each. Kellie Johnson of Butte Central led Montana with 22 points and 11 rebounds.

GAME 2, June 7, 1997, in Sheridan:
Wyoming  79 – 60  Series Record – Montana 0 wins Wyoming 2 wins

Wyoming dominated the boards and overwhelmed Montana 79-60. Shelby Hoffman tallied 16 points and heather Cannon of Green River contributed 14. Wyoming held a 61-40 rebounding advantage. Julia Handwerk of Great Falls scored 11 for Montana.

GAME 3, June 12, 1998, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  80 – 73  Series Record – Montana 1 wins Wyoming 2 wins

Jennifer Curl’s 27 points leads Montana to its first series victory, 80-73. Curl scored 20 points in the second half to rally Montana from a 35-26 halftime deficit. Molly Marso led Wyoming with 18.

GAME 4, June 13, 1998, in Billings:
WYOMING 80 – 60 Series Record – Montana 1 wins Wyoming 3 wins

Sunny Guild scored 20 points and Molly Marso added 17 as Wyoming beats Montana 80-60. Jennifer Curl leads Montana.

GAME 5, June 11, 1999, in Sheridan:
WYOMING  80 – 54  Series Record – Montana 1 wins Wyoming 4 wins

Wyoming breaks the game open with an 18-1 third-quarter run en route to an 80-54 win. A 21-point, 8-rebound effort by JoAnn Doyle and 16 points from Natalie Visger powers Wyoming.

GAME 6, June 12, 1999, in Billings:
MONTANA  90 – 87  Series Record – Montana 2 wins Wyoming 4 wins

Montana overcomes a 27-point effort by Wyoming’s Natalie Visger for a 90-87 triumph. Jana Smith’s 15 and Cami Schenk’s 14 lead the way for Montana.

2000s

GAME 7, June 9, 2000, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  77 – 75  Series Record – Montana 3 wins Wyoming 4 wins

A 17-4 run early in the fourth quarter helps Montana overcome 36 turnovers and pull out a 77-75 victory. Kati Burrows leads the way by scoring eight of her team-high 18 points in the fourth quarter. Alison Luchsinger scores 18 for Wyoming.

GAME 8, June 10, 2000, in Billings:
MONTANA  77 – 66  Series Record – Montana 4 wins Wyoming 4 wins

Montana outshoots Wyoming 42 percent to 26 percent and posts a 77-66 victory. Burrows scores 17 points and Montana registers a 53-36 rebounding advantage. Natalie Rogers’ 14 leads Wyoming.

GAME 9, June 8, 2001, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  83 – 74  Series Record – Montana 5 wins Wyoming 4 wins

Juliann Keller’s 29 points and Robyn Milne’s 14 rebounds carry Montana to an 83-74 victory. Keller, of Malta, hits 11 of 18 shots. Milne, of Richey, also blocks three shots. Gillette’s Kelsey Wicks has 16 points and nine rebounds for Wyoming.

GAME 10, June 9, 2001, in Billings:
MONTANA  77 -75  Series Record – Montana 6 wins Wyoming 4 wins

Montana wins 77-75 on Kayla Frize’s basket with one second left. Frize and Miles City teammate Ashley Griffith score Montana’s last seven points. Juliann Keller amasses 21 points and 11 rebounds. Kelsey Wicks leads Wyoming with 20 points and 12 rebounds.

GAME 11, June 7, 2002, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  93 – 60  Series Record – Montana 7 wins Wyoming 4 wins

Katie Edwards and Mandy Close each score 18 points to lead Montana to a 93-60 victory. Kayla Lambert adds 14 points and seven rebounds as Montana outscores Wyoming 50-24 in the second half.

GAME 12, June 8, 2002, in Billings:
MONTANA  82 – 80  Series Record – Montana 8 wins Wyoming 4 wins

Two technical foul free throws by Katie Edwards gives Montana an 82-80 victory, its seventh straight in the series. Edwards finishes with 24 points. Jaci Heny of Powell scores 23 for Wyoming.

GAME 13, June 6, 2003, in Sheridan:
WYOMING  77- 75  – (Overtime)  Series Record – Montana 8 wins Wyoming 5 wins

Amanda Lyn Walker of Gillette scored eight points in overtime to help Wyoming pull out a 77-75 victory, ending a seven-game losing streak in the series. Kristen Newlin, a 6’5” center out of Riverton, scored 27 points for Wyoming. Walker finished with 13.

GAME 14, June 7, 2003, in Billings:
WYOMING  74 – 57  Series Record – Montana 8 wins Wyoming 6 wins

Wyoming wins 74-57 behind 27 points from Kristen Newlin. Newlin, who signed to play at Stanford, finished with a series-record 54 points to help Wyoming to its first sweep since 1997. Jackie DeShazer of Libby leads Montana with 16.

GAME 15, June 11, 2004, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  90 – 61  Series Record – Montana 9 wins Wyoming 6 wins

Montana rolls to a 90-61 win as Lacey Haughian and Dana Conway score 16 points each. Haughian, of Terry, also grabs nine rebounds. Betsy Snead tallies 19 for Wyoming.

GAME 16, June 12, 2004, in Billings:
MONTANA  87 – 74  Series Record – Montana 10 wins Wyoming 6 wins

Erin Goodman’s 16 points and 10 rebounds leads Montana to an 87-74 victory. Sara Tuomi adds 13 points for Montana which builds a 20-point lead in the third quarter. Betsy Snead pours in 24 for Wyoming. Cortnee Carroll contributes 16 and Mary Brown 14.

GAME 17, June 10, 2005, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  69 – 63  Series Record – Montana 11 wins Wyoming 6 wins

Lewistown’s Sonya Rogers scores 14 points as Montana hangs on 69-63. Billings West’s Sara Bents adds 11 for Montana. Megan McGuffey of Cheyenne East leads Wyoming with 21.

GAME 18, June 11, 2005, in Billings:
MONTANA  81 – 47  Series Record – Montana 12 wins Wyoming 6 wins

Montana records largest blowout in series with an 81-47 victory. Sonya Rogers fires in 16 points and ShadraRobison pulls down 10 rebounds. Megan McGuffey leads Wyoming with 14.

GAME 19, June 9, 2006, in Sheridan:
WYOMING  89 – 81  Series Record – Montana 12 wins Wyoming 7 wins

Tahnee Robinson of Lander Valley tallied 27 points in leading hot-shooting Wyoming to an 89-81 victory. Gillette’s Devin Diehl added 18 points and Megan Mordecai had 16 for Wyoming which made 54.5 percent of its shots. Amanda Murdock of Bozeman scored 18 for Montana.

GAME 20, June 10, 2006, in Billings:
WYOMING  71 – 67  Series Record – Montana 12 wins Wyoming 8 wins

Wyoming completes a series sweep by hitting five free throws down the stretch for a 71-67 victory. Robinson again leads the Cowboy State with 21 points. Aubrey Vandiver adds 18. Kaity Strever of Laurel is the lone Montanan in double figures with 10.

GAME 21, June 8, 2007, in Sheridan:
WYOMING  73 – 68  Series Record – Montana 12 wins Wyoming 9 wins

Home-town favorite Kelsey Boedecker scored 16 points, hitting 10 or 12 free throws, to lead Wyoming to a 73-68 victory. Hillary Carlson, a 6-3 center from Cheyenne Central, tallied 18 points. Quinn Halverson of Shepherd scored 12 and Dvera Tolbert of Hardin had 11 for Montana.

GAME 22, June 9, 2007, in Billings:
MONTANA  84 – 81 – (Double Overtime)  Series Record – Montana 13 wins Wyoming 9 wins

Marnie Overton of Baker scored 16 points including two big 3-pointers as Montana won 84-81 in double overtime. Overton’s first 3-pointer sent the game into overtime. She hit another early in the second overtime and passed to Sara Meyer of Livingston for a basket that gave Montana a five-point lead. Hillary Carlson led Wyoming with 22 points and 10 rebounds.

GAME 23, June 20, 2008, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  79 – 70 – (Overtime) S eries Record – Montana 14 wins Wyoming 9 wins

Bozeman’s Kirsten Tilleman scored in the final seconds to send the game into overtime and Montana posted a 79-70 victory. Torrie Cahill of Miles City totaled 19 points, 11 from the free throw line, and Ali Hurley of Anaconda had 15 points, six coming in overtime. Dani White of Lander Valley paced Wyoming with 17.

GAME 24, June 21, 2008, in Billings:
MONTANA  84 – 74  Series Record – Montana 15 wins Wyoming 9 wins

Wyoming ran up a 44-18 lead, but Montana rallies for an 84-74 victory behind Ali Hurley’s 16 points. Montana hit 14 of 19 shots in the third quarter and went on to outscore Wyoming 54-28 in the second half. Livingston’s SageIndendi had 13 points and Kirsten Tilleman collected 11 rebounds. Chelsey Lybeck of Cheyenne Central led Wyoming with 18.

GAME 25, June 12, 2009, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  82 – 53  Series Record – Montana 16 wins Wyoming 9 wins

Stanford recruit Joslyn Tinkle scores 21 points in Montana’s 82-53 victory. An early 17-2 run helps Montana take a 42-29 halftime lead. Ashley Albert of Hamilton contributes 15 points. Wyoming gets 14 from Taylor Anderson of Lyman.

GAME 26, June 13, 2009, in Billings:
MONTANA  83 – 76  Series Record – Montana 17 wins Wyoming 9 wins

Missoula Big Sky’s Tinkle pours in a record 34 points to rally Montana to an 83-76 triumph. The 6-foot-3 center tallied 21 points in the second half and also grabbed 10 rebounds. Her 55 point total for two games is a series record. Morgan Mines of Arvada-Clearmont led Wyoming with 22.

2010s

GAME 27, June 11, 2010, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  95 – 85 – (Overtime)  Series Record – Montana 18 wins Wyoming 9 wins

Lexie Nelson of Butte High scored 23 points, including nine in overtime, to help Montana to a 92-85 OT win. Jordan Sullivan of Sidney and Sammi Bignell of Helena Capital added 12 points each. Courtney Patterson of Rock Springs led Wyoming with 19 points and Kayla Fakelman of Casper Kelly Walsh added 19.

GAME 28, June 12, 2010, in Billings:
MONTANA  95 – 73  Series Record – Montana 19 wins Wyoming 9 wins

Montana stretched its winning streak in the series to seven straight games with a record-breaking 95-73 win. Sidney’s Jordan Sullivan scored 21 points and the 95 points eclipsed the previous record of 93 scored by Montana in 2002. Ruth O’Neal of Lander led Wyoming with 15 points.

GAME 29, June 10, 2011, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  94 – 65  Series Record – Montana 20 wins Wyoming 9 wins

The Montana girls led from start to finish and extended their Montana-Wyoming All-Star Series winning streak with a 94-65 victory over Wyoming. Kalli Durham scored a game-high 18 points and Quinn Peoples added 14 as Montana won for the eighth straight time. Montana had a 31-point fourth quarter & a 50-point first half. Five players scored in double figures for Montana. Joining Miles City’s Durham — who converted a four-point play in the fourth quarter — and Butte Central’s Peoples, were Muri of Billings West (13), Elliott of Billings Central (10) and Kayleen Goggins of Shepherd (10). Nine of Montana’s 10 players found the scoring book by the end of the first quarter. Wyoming was lead by Megghan Sipe, of Cheyenne East, led Wyoming with 16 points, while Meeteetse’s Brodie Bennett added 10.

GAME 30, June 11, 2011, in Billings:
MONTANA  93 – 79  Series Record – Montana 21 wins Wyoming 9 wins

Montana continued its domination of the Montana-Wyoming All-Star Series by beating their Cowboy State counterparts 93-79 to complete a two-game sweep for the fourth straight year. Kalli Durham led Montana with 18 points for the second consecutive night as the all-stars from the Treasure State ran their winning streak to nine games overall. Wyoming hasn’t won since the first game of the 2007 series, and at no point in this year’s series did it have a lead in either game. Montana also received double-digit scoring from Danielle Muri (14 points) and Kayleen Goggins (11 points), while four other players — Bailey Snelling, Morgan Klose, Jackie Elliott, and Maggie Rickman — scored nine points each. Maggie Rickman from Helena Capital who will play at the University of Montana, grabbed 15 rebounds. Montana has now reached the 90-point mark in each of the last four games. Meghan Sipe led Wyoming with 12 points — nine coming in the fourth quarter — and Lee added 11. Brittany Lawson had a double-double for Wyoming, collecting 10 points to go along with her team-high 11 rebounds. Wyoming made nine 3-pointers, but shot just 36 percent from the floor (27 for 75). Montana shot better from the floor making 30 of 62 shots for 48 percent. Montana’s Alex Brammer dressed but didn’t play the Dillon guard tweaked her back –re-aggravating an old pole vaulting injury – during Friday night’s game. The Montana squad suited up its Gatorade soccer player of the year in Elliott, its Gatorade basketball player of the year in Muri, and its Gatorade volleyball player of the year in Helena’s Monica Grimsrud.

GAME 31, June 8, 2012, in Sheridan:
MONTANA  82 – 64  Series Record – Montana 22 wins Wyoming 9 wins

The girls from Montana moved their winning streak over their Wyoming counterparts to 10 straight with an 82-64 win on Friday night in the first game of this year’s all-star basketball series. Helena High’s Kyndal Williams led Montana with 15 points, while Fairfield’s Molly Klinker added 14 and Missoula Sentinel’s D.J. Reinhardt 11. Wyoming’s Madison Forney, of Rawlins, led all scorers with 17 points. The 6-foot-2 post made 13 of 17 free throw attempts, while Laramie’s Ragen Wilson added 12 points for Wyoming. Mikayla Brower of Torrington chipped in 11. Montana turned a close game into a runaway in the second half. The girls from the Treasure State scored 48 points in the second half and used a 14-6 run to start the third quarter to take control.

GAME 32, June 9, 2012, in Billings:
MONTANA  77 – 67  Series Record – Montana 21 wins Wyoming 10 wins

Madison Browning scored 16 points to lead four Wyoming All-Stars as they cruised to a 77-67 win over Montana at the Fortin Center on the campus of Rocky Mountain College. The win avenged Friday night’s 82-64 loss and also snapped Montana’s 10-game winning streak in the series. Ellie Tinkle led the Montana team with 16 points while Peyton Ferris followed with 15.

GAME 33, June 7, 2013 at Sheridan:
MONTANA  70 – 69  Series Record – Montana 23 wins Wyoming 10 wins

Montana made just one bucket in the fourth quarter, but continued its recent dominance with a 70-69 victory. Jayde LeFevre of Laurel scored 19 points to lead all scorers, while Stevensville’s Alycia Sims chipped in 15. Wyoming was led by McCorra Ford and Sierra Toms, both of Gillette, who had 15 and 13 points, respectively.

GAME 34, June 8, 2013 at Billings:
WYOMING  65 – 45  Series Record – Montana 23 wins Wyoming 11 wins

Wyoming sailed to a record-setting 65-49 win. It was Wyoming’s second win in the last three games of the series. Montana had never scored less than 54 in the previous 33 games. Gillette’s Dani Williams and McCorra Ford and Cheyenne’s Elissia Johnson each had 10 points. Laurel’s Jayde LeFevre topped Montana with eight.

GAME 35, June 13, 2014 at Sheridan:
MONTANA  57 – 55  Series Record – Montana 24 wins Wyoming 11 wins

Fairfield’s Jill Barta made a 3-pointer with four seconds remaining to lift the Treasure State to a 57-55 victory. Barta finished with 19 points, including 12 in the first half. Cassi Hashley scored 10 points and Olivia Roberts put in nine for the winners. Kaylee Johnson, Kacie O’Connor and Julia Seamans had nine each for Wyoming.

GAME 36, June 14, 2014, at Billings:
WYOMING  81 – 75  Series Record – Montana 24 wins Wyoming 12 wins

Julia Seamans scored eight points in overtime to help Wyoming past Montana 81-75. Fairfield’s Jill Barta made one of five free throws with 1.8 seconds in regulation, needing to make two for the go-ahead points. She was awarded five free throw attempts after being fouled on a 3-point shot and a technical on Wyoming.

GAME 37, June 12, 2015, at Sheridan:
MONTANA  72 – 54  Series Record – Montana 25 wins Wyoming 12 wins

Manhattan’s Brooke Jones scored a game-high 17 points, including 12 in the second half, to lead Montana to a 72-54 win. Montana led 30-26 at intermission before pulling away. With the win, Montana leads the series 25-12 and has won 13 of the last 15 games. Colstrip’s Brina Hull and Hamilton’s Taylor Goligoski each scored 13. Helena Capital’s Mckenzie Johnston added 10 points. The Treasure State outscored Wyoming 25-15 in the fourth quarter. Cheyenne South’s Dani Noble and Riverton’s Camey Fegler each scored nine.

GAME 38, June 13, 2015, at Billings:
MONTANA  72 – 57  Series Record – Montana 26 wins Wyoming 12 wins

The Montana girls completed a weekend sweep with a 72-57 win. With the win, the Treasure State has won 14 of the previous 16 contests. Montana leads the series 26-12. Montana took control in the third, outscoring Wyoming 19-8. Liz Klinker of Fairfield led Montana with 11 points. Brooke Jones of Manhattan and Madisyn Shaide of Missoula Big Sky each had 10. Dani Noble of Cheyenne South and Dylan Wright of Sheridan had 10 for Wyoming.

GAME 39, June 10, 2016, at Sheridan:
WYOMING  71 – 64  Series Record – Montana 26 wins Wyoming 13 wins

Wyoming rallied from a nine-point first-deficit to beat the Treasure State 71-64.Emily Robertson and Jessie Geer teamed for 38 points as Wyoming claimed its first victory at Bruce Hoffman Golden Dome since 2007.Casper’Natrona’s Robertson scored a game-high 20 points. Geer, of Gillette, pumped in 18. Wright’s Kylee Tresch converted on a 3-point play with under three minutes left as the Cowboy State claimed the lead for good. St. Labre’s Shiloh McCormick paced the Treasure State with 12 points.

GAME 40, June 11, 2016, at Billings:
MONTANA  62 – 56  Series Record – Montana 27 wins Wyoming 13 wins

St. Labre’s Shiloh McCormick led all scorers with 20 points as Montana beat Wyoming 62-56 to split the series. Malta’s Hailey Nicholson, Havre’s Dani Wagner and Broadview-Lavina’s Alexi Payne each scored eight. Worland’s Hailey Schneider was Wyoming’s top score with 17 points.Gillette’s Jessie Geer added 14. Wyoming was aiming for its first sweep since 2006. Montana leads the series 27-13 and has won 14 of the last 18 against the Cowboy State.

GAME 41, June 9, 2017, at Sheridan:
MONTANA  69 – 68  Series Record – Montana 28 wins Wyoming 13 wins

The Montana girls All-Stars survived a late Wyoming comeback to beat the Wyoming All-Stars 69-68 on Friday night in the first game of the Midland Roundtable Montana-Wyoming All-Star Basketball Series. Hannah Collins from Great Falls High led all scorers with 15 points. Riana Rogers of Bozeman scored 12 and Fairfield’s Natalie Klinker added nine to help lead the Montana All-Stars to the victory. After leading comfortably throughout most of the game, Montana struggled to score in the final five minutes of the game, and held an eight-point lead with just over two minutes remaining in the game. Wyoming made a furious comeback with layups and forced turnovers, but Malta’s Sophia Stiles blocked the final shot attempt to seal the win for Montana. Stiles’ block still gave Wyoming .9 seconds to get a shot off, but the Cowboy State was unable to do so. Collins came out hot in the first half, scoring 10 of her points and blowing past defenders with ease. Kalina Smith led Wyoming in scoring with 13 while Lyndzi Rich had 12. Kalispell Flathead’s Tiana Johnson added eight points for Montana, which improves to 28-13 in the all-time series.

GAME 42, June 14, 2017, at Billings:
MONTANA  86 – 60  Series Record – Montana 29 wins Wyoming 13 wins

The Montana All-Star girl’s teams took care of business on Saturday night beating Wyoming All-Stars 86-60 to complete their two-game sweep. Fairfield’s Natalie Klinker led Montana in scoring with 15 points. Kalispell Flathead’s Tiana Johnson pitched in 14 points, Malta’s Sophia Stiles netted 12 and Kalispell Glacier’s Nikki Krueger and Butte Central’s Mollie Peoples each had 11. Thanks to tough defense, the starting group jumped to a quick 15-4 lead in the game and never seemed to let up from there. Peoples, contributed from the 3-point line, knocking down three treys in Saturday’s win. The Montana girls improve their all-time record against Wyoming to 29-13 in the series. Kalina Smith led all scorers with 17 points for Wyoming.

GAME 43, June 8, 2018, at Sheridan:
MONTANA/WYOMING 00 – 00  Series Record – Montana 29 wins Wyoming 13 wins

 

GAME 44, June 9, 2018, at Billings:
MONTANA/WYOMING 00 – 00  Series Record – Montana 29 wins Wyoming 13 wins