Tuesday’s H.S. Basketball results

 

BOYS BASKETBALL

Mishawaka Marian 54, Lakeshore 38
A second half rally fell short as Lakeshore fell to Marian in a non-conference match-up. Down by as many as 15 in the first half, the Lancers pulled to within two in the second half, but couldn’t complete the comeback against the 7th ranked Knights. JJ Bushu led Lakeshore with 14 points.

Mishawaka 59, St. Joe 38
The Cavemen jumped out to a 13 point lead after one quarter and never looked back. Brennen Kerns led the Bears with a game high 16 points in the loss, Luke Hedstrom added 12.

Countryside Academy 77, Lake Michigan Catholic 59
The Cougars got a game high 26 points from Jamere Matlock in upending the Lakers. Victor Norris added ten points for Countryside. Jacob Koenig scored 18 points in the loss for Catholic with Jonathan Jollay adding ten.

Hartford 60, Marcellus 54
Aaron Sinclair scored 23 points to lead Hartford to a big road win in the Southwest 10 Conference. Kaden Johnson added 13 points for the Indians. Gavin Etter scored 25 points in the loss for Marcellus.

Centreville 50, Decatur 43
Jake Mroczek scored 18 points in the loss for the Raiders.

Gobles 45, Allegan 39
Defense and balanced scoring led Gobles to a non-conference win over Allegan. The Tigers limited Allegan to just 22 points through three quarters. On the offensive end, Hunter Tenbusschen led the way with 15 points.

Elsewhere…
Benton Harbor 114, Muskegon Heights 36
Kalamazoo Heritage 51, Michigan Lutheran 35
Dowagiac 76, Berrien Springs 48
Coloma 49, South Haven 43
Watervliet 69, Lawton 56
Eau Claire 78, White Pigeon 59
Bridgman 55, Buchanan 51
Edwardsburg 50, Niles 37
Mendon 52, Bangor 33
Cassopolis 75, Bloomingdale 55
Fennville 50, Wyoming Tri-Unity 49
Sturgis 45, Mattawan 34
Portage Northern 55, Three Rivers 48
Battle Creek Central 55, Loy Norrix 45
Plainwell 62, Kalamazoo Christian 58   OT
Schoolcraft 72, Gull Lake 54
Otsego 84, Lakeview 76
Vicksburg 69, Parchment 57
Comstock 41, Constantine 39

 

GIRLS BASKETBALL

Edwardsburg 59, Niles 43
Turnovers proved to be the difference as the Vikings fell to the Eddies. Niles took a one point lead through one quarter but Edwardsburg outscored them by 13 in the second period and again by six in the fourth. Alycia Patterson had 17 points, four steals, and two assists in the loss for the Vikings. Alexis Rauch added a double-double with ten 10 points and 11 rebounds.

Watervliet 52, Lawton 42
The Lady Panthers jumped out to an 11 point halftime lead and hung on down the stretch. MJ Flowers went 7-9 at the free throw line in the fourth quarter to seal the win for Watervliet.

Hartford 39, Marcellus 38
Alexis Snodgrass led the Indians with 14 points and Megan Nelson added 11. With the win, Hartford improves to 10-6 on the season.

Elsewhere…
Martin 63, Lawrence 14
Mendon 37, Bangor 29
Bloomingdale 52, Cassopolis 29
Centreville 50, Decatur 45
Gobles 48, Allegan 24
Wyoming Tri-Unity 61, Fennville 36
Three Rivers 61, Portage Central 47
Battle Creek Central 57, Loy Norrix 16
Kalamazoo Hackett 43, Calhoun Christian 35
Plainwell 53, Kalamazoo Christian 36
Gull Lake 64, Sturgis 22
Lakeview 65, Otsego 53
Vicksburg 43, Parchment 28
Constantine 51, Comstock 27
Schoolcraft 56, Bronson 48
North Muskegon 58, Saugatuck 36

 

 

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