HS/Junior College Basketball Scores – 1/26/15

High School Basketball

Boys Basketball

Lakeshore 53, Portage Northern 45

Lakeshore’s tight defense held Portage Northern to just 14 points in the first half as the Lancers defeated the Huskies 53-45.  Jimmy Gathright had 16 points to lead Lakeshore, who improved to 9-1 and 4-0 in the SMAC West.  Rubin Conway also had 13 for Lakeshore.  Caleb Eustice led all scorers with 21 for Northern.

Dowagiac 68, Edwardsburg 66
White Pigeon 64, Cassopolis 49
Lawrence 56, Galesburg-Augusta 44
Sturgis 57, Vicksburg 42

Girls Basketball

Lakeshore 66, Portage Northern 35

Morgan Kaiser’s 17 points led Lakeshore to a 66-35 at Portage Northern.  The Lady Lancers had three more players in double figures, Taylor Wagner had 14, Morgan Shewmaker scored 12, and Lindsay Ebeling chipped in 10 as Lakeshore improves to 9-2 on the season.

Lake Michigan Catholic 64, Eau Claire 29

Emmy Koenig scored a game high 16 points while Nicole Visin had 15 as Lake Michigan Catholic defeated Eau Claire 64-29.  Bridget Hoffman also added 10 for Catholic.  Michelle King scored 8 points for Eau Claire.

Michigan Lutheran 60, River Valley 21

Michigan Lutheran improved to 8-1 and 6-0 in Red Arrow Conference play as the Titans defeated River Valley 60-21.  Olivia Gallagher had a game best 17 points for ML.  Erika Rosenbaum scored 15 and Hailey Maas added 13 for Lutheran.

South Haven 59, Delton-Kellogg 36

Bobbie Goodwin had 20 points as South Haven beat Delton Kellogg 59-36

Sturgis 68, Vicksburg 37


Junior College Basketball


Kellogg Community College 65, Lake Michigan College 63

Kellogg Community College upset Lake Michigan College 65-63, snapping the Red Hawks seven game winning streak.  Labradford Sebree led LMC with a game high 21 points, Alec Brown added 19.  The loss drops the Red Hawks to 15-5 on the season and 6-1 in the MCCAA West.


Lake Michigan Catholic 79, Kellogg Community College 74

The LMC women posted a 79-74 win over Kellogg.  Three Lady Red Hawks scored in double figures, led by Sabrina Trujillo’s 20 points.  Nicole Decker and Madison Cameron each finished with 14 for LMC, who improves to 14-6 on the season and 6-1 in the MCCAA West.