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Helena Home School teams split with FVHS

2009-01-23T23:00:00Z Helena Home School teams split with FVHSIndepdendent Record - 01/24/09 Helena Independent Record
January 23, 2009 11:00 pm  • 

The Helena Home School boys rallied back with a 21-point third quarter to beat Flathead Valley Home School 51-48 Friday.

Michael Tappe led Helena with 23 points and 10 rebounds while Andrew Nistler added 20 points and 18 boards.

Nistler also finished with four blocks in the game.

Flathead's Nathan Wagner scored 16 points to lead his team while Stephen Sprunger added 10.

Helena Home School 9 8 21 13 -- 51

Flathead Valley 8 12 13 13 -- 48

Helena Home School -- Andrew Nistler 20, Michael Tappe 23, Levi Howell 2, Jesse Smith 3, James Nistler 3

Flathead Valley -- Will Hefferman 6, Isaac Rajkowski 4, Joshua Jarvis 6, Jace Voigtlander 6, Stephen Sprunger 10, Nathan Wagner 16.

FVHS girls 60, Helena Home School 28

The Helena Home School girls' basketball team lost to Flathead Valley Home School 60-28 Friday night.

It was downhill from tipoff for Helena, as Flathead jumper out to an early lead that they held to the final buzzer.

Sierra Chmbers led Helena with seven points and Mikaela Nyland tossed in three.

Helena Home School 5 7 4 12 -- 28

Flathead Valley 16 16 15 13 -- 60

Helena Home School -- Teal Chambers 2, Erin Ward 0, Mikaela Nyland 3, Dani Norling 2, Hannah Geisser 0, Sierra Chambers 7, Ashley Thompson 2, McKenzie Chambers 0, Shana Kerttula 12.

Flathead Valley -- Danea Sheeran 12, Jordanna Weimer 13, Melody Sprunger 3, Lauren Callan 2, Kiera Roberson 2, Jenna Sladek 22, Shelby Sladek 6, Maggie Rajkowski 0.

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