H.S. Basketball Scoreboard From Friday, Jan. 6



Countryside Academy 51,  Lake Michigan Catholic 48
Jerry McCory scored a game high 20 points to help lead Countryside Academy to a 51-48 win over Lake Michigan Catholic. The Lakers had a chance to tie the game in the closing seconds, but a three point jumper fell just short. Corey Seger scored 16 points in the loss for Catholic.

West Ottawa 65,  Lakeshore 34
West Ottawa handed Lakeshore a 65-34 setback in the Lancers first game back from the holiday break. The Panthers set the tone early, racing out to a 17-4 lead after the 1st quarter. West Ottawa forced 17 Lakeshore turnovers on their way to the non-conference win. Luc Meyer scored 14 points in the loss for Lakeshore.

Howardsville Christian 69,  Michigan Lutheran 32
Howardsville Christian defeated Michigan Lutheran 69-32. The Eagles took charge early, taking a 32-13 lead into the half. Dylan Jergens paced Christian with a game high 24 points. Zeb Pappenfuss led the Titans with 10 points.

Bloomingdale 42,  Eau Claire 39
Karl Butler scored a game high 19 points as Bloomingdale got by Eau Claire 42-39. The Cardinals rallied in the 4th quarter to pull out the SAC win. Dorrian Thomas led the Beavers with 14 points.

Gobles 61,  Watervliet 39
Gobles pulled away in the 2nd and 3rd quarters on their way to a 61-39 win over Watervliet. The Tigers led by just two after the first eight minutes, but then outscored the Panthers 38-20 over the next two periods. Dan Cluster scored 14 points in the loss for Watervliet.

Marcellus 64,  Decatur 51
Trevor Henry led four players in double figures with 15 points as Marcellus topped Decatur 64-51. Erik Mroczek finished with 16 points for the Raiders.

Brandywine 71,  Berrien Springs 62
Buchanan 61,  Bridgman 42
Mendon 46,  Bronson 36

Fennville 44,  Coloma 39
Saugatuck 75,  Hartford 70
Martin 74,  Lawrence 39
Schoolcraft 72,  Bangor 26
Kalamazoo Hackett 65,  Lawton 44
Kalamazoo Christian 78,  Constantine 43
Delton-Kellogg 57,  Galesburg-Augusta 40

Mattawan 65,  Portage Northern 57

South Haven 59,  Paw Paw 53
Edwardsburg 59,  Dowagiac 53
Plainwell 65,  Allegan 37
Otsego 76,  Three Rivers 51

Mishawaka at Niles
Michigan Lutheran vs. Camden-Frontier (at Glenn Oaks Community College)




Niles 56,  Benton Harbor 27
Niles picked up its first win of the season as they defeated Benton Harbor 56-27. Deshanay Alexander fell just short of a triple-double for the Vikings, finishing with 19 points, eight rebounds, and eight steals. Tatyanna Bruce and Tamara Cloy each led Benton Harbor with five points apiece.

Michigan Lutheran 54,  Howardsville Christian 16
Michigan Lutheran’s defense took control early as the Titans defeated Howardsville Christian 54-16. Lutheran limited the Eagles to five points in the 1st quarter and just two points in the 2nd. Emily Witkowski paced the Titans with a game high 18 points, Sarah Jackemeyer added 14 points and ten rebounds.

Watervliet 42,  Gobles 39
Watervliet rallied for a 42-39 win over Gobles in a game that was close throughout. The score was tied at eight after the 1st quarter, the Panthers took a one point lead into the half, only to see the Tigers take a two point lead after three quarters. Watervliet then outscored Gobles by five in the final period to hand them their first conference loss in four years. Katie Schultz led the Panthers with 12 points and six rebounds.

Lawrence 64,  Martin 47
A strong third quarter lifted Lawrence to a 64-47 win over Martin. The Tigers came out of the locker room and outscored the Clippers 22-6 to take a take a 20 point lead. Daelynn Jackson-Peek led Lawrence with 23 points, 17 rebounds, and three blocked shots. Kaytlyn Tidey added 21 points and four assists in the win.

Coloma 39,  Fennville 25
Saugatuck 54,  Hartford 45
Kalamazoo Hackett 46,  Lawton 32
Constantine 43,  Kalamazoo Christian 38
Galesburg-Augusta 49,  Delton-Kellogg 45

Portage Northern 55,  Mattawan 30

Edwardsburg 58,  Dowagiac 15
Allegan 48,  Plainwell 39
Otsego 49,  Three Rivers 23

St. Joseph at South Bend St. Joseph (7:30pm)
Michigan Lutheran vs. Frankfort (at Hope College)