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Hi-Line Invitational (HIT) showcases high school basketballs best

 

March 27, 2019

Harlem junior L'Tia Lawrence, Harlem senior Skylee Dirden. Chinook senior Isaac Bell, Chinook senior Cord Schneider. Lawrence had a fantastic weekend, Friday she won the girls 3-point contest. To determine the overall winner Lawrence took on the boys champion, Chinook's Isaac Bell. In the finale it was Lawrence winning it with 15 points in the final round. Lawrence was also named to the tournament All-Star team and was named the HIT Most Valuable Player. The junior also gave a verbal commitment to play basketball for the MSU-Northern Skylights, beginning in the fall of 2020.

Many of the states top high school basketball players were in Havre this past weekend to play in the Hi-line Invitational Tournament or HIT as it is commonly called.

This years tournament included six of the eight state tournament Most Valuable Players and a plethora of All-State athletes from all four classes, AA, A, B and C. Included in the mix was a quartet of Blaine County athletes.

Representing Harlem High School was senior Skylee Dirden and junior L'Tia Lawrence. The Chinook Sugarbeeters were represented by senior Cord Schneider and senior Isaac Bell. Dirden played for the Class B gir...



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