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.
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 Shadra Robison 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) Series 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 Sage Indendi 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.
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 31, June 9, 2012, in Billings:
MONTANA 77 - 67 Series Record - Montana 22 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.
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