H.S. Sports Results / Schedule

 

TUESDAY’S SCHEDULE…

BOYS BASKETALL
Lakeshore 54, Battle Creek Central 33
The Lancer defense led the way in picking up the SMAC non-division win. Central was limited to just 14 first half points and managed just four in the third quarter. Offensively, JJ Bushu scored a game high 15 points for Lakeshore, Ben Brower added 12. Kieaunta Whittaker finished with nine points for the Bearcats. With the win, the Lancers improve to 3-0. Central falls to 1-2.

Kalamazoo Central 49, St. Joe 33
The Maroon Giants set the tone early, jumping out to a nine point lead after the first quarter and building it to 17 at the half. Jeremiah Sterling finished with nine points, two assists, and two steals in the loss for St. Joe.

Loy Norrix 65, Niles 50
The Knights used their transition game to speed past Niles and build a 13 points lead at the half. Niles made a strong run in the second half to cut the deficit to eight, but couldn’t finish the comeback bid. Mari Nichols and Joey Bartkowiak each scored 11 points for Niles.

New Buffalo 45, Lawrence 39
Kaleb Smith scored 11 points in the loss for Lawrence.

Gobles 72, Galesburg-Augusta 37
Jake Getman led the Tigers’ attack with 18 points, seven rebounds, and four steals. Gobles also got 16 points from Hunter Tenbusschen and 15 from Karsen Tackett.

Elsewhere…
Countryside Academy 77, Lake Michigan Catholic 34
Coloma 69, Kalamazoo Christian 57
Buchanan 71, Constantine 44
Brandywine 52, Hackett 36
Dowagiac 52, Plainwell 33
South Haven 58, Three Rivers 57
Bloomingdale 63, Hartford 58
White Pigeon 66, Bangor 46
Edwardsburg 67, Paw Paw 63   OT
Cassopolis 56, Centreville 41
Fennville 67, Lawton 48
Marcellus 72, Mendon 60
Schoolcraft 59, Saugatuck 30
Gull Lake 75, Mattawan 27
Portage Central 66, Harper Creek 49
Lakeview 49, Portage Northern 38
Otsego 74, Vicksburg 53
Sturgis 68, Allegan 45

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL
Kalamazoo Central 80, St. Joe 63
A 24 point first quarter helped propel the Maroon Giants past St. Joe. The Bears trailed by 14 after the first and it proved to be too much of a deficit to make up. Caroline Veine led three Bears in double figures with 19 points. Central got a game high 34 points from Alaila Walker.

Constantine 57, Berrien Springs 25
After an evenly played first quarter, Constantine took control in the second, outscoring the Shamrocks by ten. From there, the Falcons were able to slowly pull away. Zoe Dortch and Maggie Griffiths each scored eight points in the loss for Berrien Springs.

Elsewhere…
Battle Creek Central 59, Lakeshore 22
Lake Michigan Catholic 47, Countryside Academy 13
Kalamazoo Christian 50, Coloma 10
Niles 69, Loy Norrix 39
New Buffalo 47, Lawrence 29
Brandywine 46, Hackett 28
Plainwell 54, Dowagiac 11
Three Rivers 47, South Haven 20
Bloomingdale 45, Hartford 22
Edwardsburg 65, Paw Paw 22
Centreville 57, Cassopolis 27
White Pigion 48, Bangor 30
Fennville 51, Lawton 26
Gobles 40, Galesburg-Augusta 19
Marcellus 41, Mendon 25
Martin 35, Delton-Kellogg 31
Schoolcraft 56, Saugatuck 40
Mattawan 63, Gull Lake 61   OT
Portage Central 32, Harper Creek 25
Lakeview 51, Portage Northern 13
Allegan 56, Sturgis 50
Otsego 43, Vicksburg 26

 

WEDNESDAY’S SCHEDULE…

Boys Basketball
Covert at River Valley, 7:30

Girls Basketball
Covert at River Valley, 6:00

Wrestling
Battle Creek Central at Lakeshore, 7:00
Coloma at Watervliet, 6:00
Cassopolis & Bloomingdale at Lakeside Academy, 6:00

Hockey
Mattawan vs. Kalamazoo Eagles, 7:30
Portage Central vs. Kalamazoo United, 5:15