Tuesday’s H.S. Basketball Results

 

BOYS’ BASKETBALL

Benton Harbor 80, Coloma 55
A third quarter surge lifted Benton Harbor to the non-conference win. Trailing by 11 in the second quarter, Coloma battled back to pull to within five at the half. The Tigers then outscored the Comets 21-11 coming out of the break to put the game away. Carlos Johnson led Benton Harbor with 23 points, ten rebounds, and ten assists. Delreeco Gillespie added 18 points off the bench for the Tigers. Drew Goodline scored 20 points in the loss for Coloma with Jake Ickes adding 18.

Countryside Academy 48, Michigan Lutheran 46
Charles Booker the game winning jumper as time expired to lift the Cougars to the BCS White Division win. Sam Rollins led Countryside with ten points, Jamere Matlock added eight. Adam Rosenbaum scored 13 in the loss for the Titans.

Howardsville Christian 69, Lake Michigan Catholic 34
The Eagles pulled away in the third quarter on their way to the BCS White Division win. Leading by nine at the half, Howardsville Christian outscored the Lakers 17-6 in the third to seal the win. Jason Jergens led the Eagles with 25 points and five assists. Jake Koenig scored 12 points in the loss for the Lakers.

Gull Lake 58, Niles 40
The Vikings struggled to find any consistent offence in dropping the SMAC non-division decision. Adrian Thomas scored 14 points in the loss.

New Buffalo 69, Covert 15
The Bison grabbed a 25-3 lead after one quarter and cruised to the BCS White Division win. Kaden Parmley led four players in double figures for New Buffalo with a game high 17 points. Tucker Morse and Anthony Lijewski each added 14 points with Markvell Shaw finishing with ten.

Hartford 54, Bangor 47
The Indians snapped a four game losing streak in picking up the Southwest 10 road win. Aaron Sinclair led Hartford with 13 points and Kaden Johnson added 12.

Gobles 44, Comstock 26
The Tigers locked down defensively in pulling out the non-conference win. On the offensive side, Jake Getman led the way with 17 points. Karsen Tackett added 12 points and five assists and Brady Burnell finished with eight points and ten rebounds.

Elsewhere…
SMAC
St. Joe 58, Lakeview 56
Kalamazoo Central 62, Mattawan 29
Portage Central 75, Loy Norrix 35
Battle Creek Central 50, Portage Northern 49

Non-Conference
Buchanan 67, Watervliet 45
Brandywine 65, Constantine 59
Grand Rapids Covenant Christian 73, Fennville 56

Southwest 10
Eau Claire 68, Mendon 49
Centreville 60, Bloomingdale 37
Cassopolis 67, Decatur 37
Marcellus 61, White Pigeon 49

SAC
Kalamazoo Christian 60, Delton Kellogg 47
Schoolcraft 52, Kalamazoo Hackett 30
Lawton 61, Galesburg-Augusta 31

Wolverine
South Haven 67, Vicksburg 49
Dowagiac 62, Allegan 42
Plainwell 39, Edwardsburg 37
Otsego 59, Sturgis 48
Three Rivers 74, Paw Paw 57

 

 

GIRLS’ BASKETBALL

St. Joe 39, Lakeview 36
Trailing by three at the half, St. Joe rallied to take a one point lead after three quarters and held on in the end for the SMAC non-division win. Alex Malone led a balanced attack for the Bears with nine points. Cailynn Junk and Karly Klaer each added eight.

Lakeshore 40, Bridgman 20
The Lady Lancers picked up their second straight win in holding off the Bees in a non-conference match-up. Lakeshore jumped out to a seven point lead after the first quarter and never looked back. Ella Jeske led the Lancers with a game high 13 points. Olivia Tomlin scored eight points in the loss for the Bees.

Michigan Lutheran 57, Countryside Academy 7
Strong defense and an early offensive outburst led Lutheran to the BCS White Division win. The Titan defense limited the Cougars to just two points in the first quarter, three in the second, and two in the fourth. Lutheran ran out to a 15 points lead after the first quarter to set the tone early. Mara Rugen and Jessi Jewell led the Titans with 16 points apiece.

Gull Lake 55, Niles 49
The Blue Devils managed to pull away down the stretch to secure the BCS non-division win. Amara Palmer scored 14 points in the loss to go along with four assists and eight steals.

Hartford 35, Bangor 32
The Lady Indians snapped a two game slide in picking up the Southwest 10 win. Megan Nelson scored 13 points for Hartford as they improve to 8-6 on the season.  Bangor got 13 points and eight rebounds from Alyssa Birner, and nine points and 12 rebounds from Amara Littlefield.

Decatur 50, Cassopolis 12
The Raiders jumped out to a nine point lead after the first quarter and increased the lead to 22 at the half. Regan Rose scored 15 points in the win for Decatur, including her 1,000th career point. Dani Confer added 11 points for the Raiders. The win lifts Decatur to 12-3 on the season and 9-3 in the Southwest 10.

Elsewhere…
SMAC
Kalamazoo Central 42, Mattawan 35
Portage Central 41, Loy Norrix 20
Battle Creek Central 90, Portage Northern 17

Non-Conference
Coloma 36, Benton Harbor 27
Brandywine 57, Constantine 42
Gobles 26, Comstock 24
Martin 59, Zion Christian 33
Pennfield 67, Parchment 37

BCS
Lake Michigan Catholic 59, Howardsville Christian 17
New Buffalo 52, Covert 11
River Valley 50, Lawrence 25

Southwest 10
Centreville 58, Bloomingdale 53
White Pigeon 40, Marcellus 39

SAC
Delton-Kellogg 48, Kalamazoo Christian 31
Schoolcraft 41, Kalamazoo Hackett 32
Galesburg-Augusta 33, Lawton 16

Wolverine
Vicksburg 49, South Haven 35
Allegan 56, Dowagiac 26
Edwardsburg 63, Plainwell 28
Otsego 47, Sturgis 37
Three Rivers 65, Paw Paw 21

 

 

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