BILLINGS – Montana has dominated the Midland Roundtable All-Star basketball series the past few seasons, and that domination continued on Saturday night in Billings.
The Montana all-stars kept the good times rolling as they ran past Wyoming in both the boys and girls games.
The Montana girls won on Friday night 61-37 and all that momentum carried over to Saturday in Billings. Montana took a 40-18 halftime lead and never looked back as they cruised to an 84-35 victory.
Five players posted double figures for the Treasure State stars, led by 14 points from Kailee Oliverson of Twin Bridges. Jordyn Schweyen of Missoula Sentinel added 12 for the victorious Montana all-stars.
Montana is now 31-13 all-time over Wyoming after the weekend sweep.
The Montana boys followed the girls with a resounding 95-80 triumph in the nightcap. The Treasure State stars came in on a 13-game win streak and that number is now 14.
Montana jumped out to a 12-point lead after one quarter and never gave it up the rest of the night.
Billings Senior’s Connor Kieckbusch, Hardin’s David Evans and Belgrade’s Dawson Fowler led the way with 14 points each.
Montana now leads the all-time series 59-27.