High school results from 1/8/14 LSJ

NOTE: Some athletic contests will take place tonight after all were postponed on Tuesday. Below are listed some additional make-up dates for postponements. Please e-mail sports@LSJ.com with additional postponements and cancellations, and make-up dates if they have been determined. See the “Get Prepped” blog on LSJ.com or Tuesday’s newspaper for updated basketball standings and the first Associated Press high school girls basketball poll of the season.
BOYS BASKETBALL GAMES SCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY
Durand at Lansing Christian, 7 p.m.
Haslett at Chelsea, 7 p.m.
Mason at Fowlerville, 7 p.m.
Merrill at Ithaca, 7:30 p.m.
Okemos at Grand Ledge, 7:30 p.m.
Shepherd at Alma, 7:30 p.m.
GIRLS BASKETBALL GAMES SCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY
Fowlerville at Mason, postponed
Jackson at Williamston, 7 p.m.
Kalamazoo Hackett Catholic at Olivet, 7:30 p.m.
Merrill at Ithaca, 6 p.m.
Okemos at Grand Ledge, 6 p.m.
Shepherd at Alma, 6 p.m.
Dansville at Portland St. Patrick, 7 p.m. (confirmed on)
Fulton at Potterville, 7:30 p.m. (confirmed on)
Pewamo-Westphalia at Fowler, 7 p.m.
Saranac at Laingsburg, postponed
BOWLING SCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY
Leslie vs. Napoleon at Jackson Summit Lanes, 3:30 p.m.
Stanton Central Montcalm at Ionia, 3:30 p.m.
CHEER SCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY
CAAC Gold at Charlotte, 6 p.m.
CAAC White at Lakewood, 6 p.m.
CAAC Red/Blue at St. Johns, postponed
GYMNASTICS SCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY
East Lansing at St. Johns, 6:30 p.m.
Fowlerville at Haslett (/Williamston/Bath), 6:30 p.m.
Holt at Grand Ledge, 6:30 p.m.
Mason at Jackson Lumen Christi, 6:30 p.m.
WRESTLING SCHEDULED FOR WEDNESDAY
Everett at East Lansing, 6 p.m.
Fulton, Lainsgburg at Dansville, postponed
Haslett at Owosso, 6 p.m.
Ionia at Fowlerville, 6 p.m.
Jackson at Okemos, 6 p.m.
Jackson Lumen Christi at Eaton Rapids, 6 p.m.
Lakewood at Portland, 6 p.m.
Mason at Waverly, 6 p.m.
Ovid-Elsie, Shepherd at Saginaw Swan Valley, 6 p.m.
St. Johns at DeWitt, 6 p.m.
Maple Valley at Constantine, 6 p.m.
Webberville at Goodrich, 5 p.m.
BOYS BASKETBALL GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY
Burton Bendle at Webberville, postponed
Charlotte at Hastings, postponed to Feb. 8
Chesaning at Ovid-Elsie, postponed to Jan. 28
Corunna at Owosso, postponed
DeWitt at Okemos, postponed
Durand at Lansing Christian, postponed to Wednesday
Fowler at Pewamo-Westphalia, postponed
Grand Ledge at St. Johns, postponed
Hillsdale Will Carleton at Leslie, postponed to Jan. 28
Haslett at Chelsea, postponed to Wednesday
Holt at Battle Creek Central, postponed
Ionia at Eaton Rapids, postponed
Laingsburg at Saranac, postponed to Jan. 27
Lansing Eastern at Waverly, postponed
Maple Valley at Battle Creek Pennfield, postponed
Mason at Fowlerville, postponed
Merrill at Ithaca, postponed to Wednesday
Morrice at Dryden, postponed
Olivet at Kalamazoo Hackett Catholic, postponed to Wednesday
Perry at Goodrich, postponed to Jan. 27
Portland St. Patrick at Dansville, postponed
Potterville at Fulton, postponed to Feb. 10
Shepherd at Alma, postponed to Wednesday
Whitmore Lake at Stockbridge, postponed to Feb. 5
Williamston at East Lansing, postponed
GIRLS BASKETBALL GAMES SCHEDULED FOR TUESDAY
Battle Creek Pennfield at Maple Valley, postponed
Burton Bendle at Webberville, postponed
Carson City-Crystal at Bath, postponed
Chesaning at Ovid-Elsie, postponed to Jan. 28
Corunna at Owosso, postponed
East Lansing at Portland, postponed
Eaton Rapids at Ionia, postponed
Fowlerville at Mason, postponed
Hastings at Charlotte, postponed to Feb. 8
Jackson at Williamston, postponed to Wednesday
Kalamazoo Hackett Catholic at Olivet, postponed to Wednesday
Lansing Catholic at Everett, postponed
Merrill at Ithaca, postponed to Wednesday
Middleville Thornapple-Kellogg at Lakewood, postponed
Morrice at Dryden, postponed
Okemos at DeWitt, postponed
Perry at Goodrich, postponed to Jan. 27
Rockford at Holt, postponed
Saginaw Nouvel Catholic at Haslett, postponed
Shepherd at Alma, postponed to Wednesday
St. Johns at Grand Ledge, postponed
Stockbridge at Whitmore Lake, postponed to Feb. 5
Waverly at Lansing Eastern, postponed
GIRLS BASKETBALL GAMES SCHEDULED FOR MONDAY
Laingsburg at Fulton, postponed to Monday, Jan. 13
Bath at Saranac, postponed to Monday, Jan. 13
Portland St. Patrick at Ashley, postponed

BOYS BASKETBALL:
AREA LEAGUES

NOTE: E-mail corrections to sports@LSJ.com
CAAC BLUE
Holt …2-0 …5-0
Jackson …2-0 …2-3
Okemos …1-0 …4-0
Grand Ledge …1-0 …1-2
Eastern …1-1 …4-1
East Lansing …0-2 …1-3
Sexton …0-2 …1-3
Everett …0-2 …1-4
CAAC RED
DeWitt …2-0 …2-3
Owosso …1-0 …1-2
Haslett …1-1 …2-2
St. Johns …1-1 …1-3
Fowlerville …0-1 …0-4
Ionia …0-2 …1-4
CAAC GOLD
Jackson Lumen Christi …2-0 …5-0
Charlotte …1-0 …3-0
Eaton Rapids …1-1 …4-2
Jackson Northwest …1-1 …3-1
Waverly …0-0 …2-1
Mason …0-1 …2-2
Parma Western …0-2 …3-3
CAAC WHITE
Portland …2-0 …4-1
Williamston …1-0 …1-3
Corunna …1-1 …4-1
Lansing Catholic …1-1 …2-3
Lakewood …0-1 …2-3
Stockbridge …0-2 …3-2
CMAC
Laingsburg …2-0 …2-2
Pewamo-Westphalia …1-0 …3-1
Dansville …1-0 …3-1
Fulton …1-1 …3-1
Potterville …1-1 …1-1
Portland St. Patrick …1-1 …1-2
Bath …1-1 …1-3
Fowler …0-2 …1-3
Saranac …0-2 …1-3
MSAC
Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart …2-0 …3-1
Carson City-Crystal …2-0 …3-1
Vestaburg …1-1 …3-2
Blanchard Montabella …1-1 …1-3
Coleman …0-2 …0-4
Ashley …0-2 …0-4
KVA
Parchment …3-0 …4-0
Schoolcraft …3-1 …4-2
Maple Valley …2-1 …3-1
Kalamazoo Hackett Catholic …2-1 …3-2
Kalamazoo Christian …2-1 …3-2
Battle Creek Pennfield …2-2 …2-3
Olivet …1-2 …1-3
Delton Kellogg …1-3 …3-3
Galesburg-Augusta …1-3 …2-3
Constantine …0-3 …0-4
TVC CENTRAL
Hemlock …2-0 …3-2
Midland Bullock Creek …1-0 …3-1
Saginaw Swan Valley …1-0 …2-2
Freeland …1-1 …2-3
Ovid-Elsie …0-1 …2-1
Alma …0-1 …1-3
Chesaning …0-1 …0-3
Shepherd …0-1 …0-3
TVC WEST
Saginaw Valley Lutheran …1-0 …4-0
Ithaca …1-0 …3-0
Carrollton …1-0 …2-1
Breckenridge …1-0 …2-2
Saginaw Mich. Lutheran Seminary …1-1 …3-1
St. Louis …0-1 …2-2
St. Charles …0-1 …0-3
Merrill …0-2 …0-4
GAC RED
Montrose Hill-McCloy …1-0 …2-0
Flint Beecher …1-0 …2-1
Goodrich …0-0 …3-1
Durand …0-0 …2-2
Mount Morris Johnson …0-0 …1-3
Linden Lake Fenton …0-1 …2-2
Perry …0-1 …2-3
GAC BLUE
Burton Atherton …2-0 …3-0
New Lothrop …2-0 …3-0
Flint Hamady …1-0 …2-0
Morrice …2-1 …3-1
Burton Bendle …1-1 …2-1
Byron …1-1 …1-2
Dryden …1-1 …1-2
Burton Bentley …1-2 …1-2
Webberville …0-2 …0-3
Genesee …0-3 …0-4
INDEPENDENT
Leslie …2-2
Lansing Christian …0-3
GIRLS BASKETBALL:
AREA LEAGUES

NOTE: E-mail corrections to sports@LSJ.com
CAAC BLUE
Holt …2-0 …7-0
Jackson …2-0 …5-1
Grand Ledge …1-0 …3-2
Okemos …1-0 …3-3
East Lansing …1-1 …2-4
Everett …0-2 …2-4
Sexton …0-2 …1-5
Lansing Eastern …0-2 …0-6
CAAC RED
Haslett …2-0 …5-1
DeWitt …1-0 …7-0
Ionia …1-0 …4-1
Owosso …0-1 …2-4
Fowlerville …0-1 …0-6
St. Johns …0-2 …2-5
CAAC GOLD
Eaton Rapids …2-0 …6-2
Charlotte …1-0 …5-0
Mason …1-0 …3-1
Jackson Northwest …1-1 …6-1
Waverly …0-0 …2-3
Jackson Lumen Christi …0-2 …3-3
Parma Western …0-2 …1-5
CAAC WHITE
Portland …2-0 …7-1
Williamston …1-0 …4-1
Corunna …1-1 …4-2
Lansing Catholic …1-1 …2-5
Lakewood …0-1 …0-6
Stockbridge …0-2 …2-4
CMAC
Pewamo-Westphalia …3-0 …5-0
Laingsburg …2-0 …3-2
Bath …2-1 …4-1
Fowler …2-1 …4-1
Fulton …1-1 …4-1
Portland St. Patrick …1-2 …2-3
Dansville …0-2 …3-2
Saranac …0-2 …1-3
Potterville …0-2 …1-3
MSAC
Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart …2-0 …6-1
Blanchard Montabella …2-0 …4-2
Carson City-Crystal …2-1 …5-1
Vestaburg …1-1 …2-5
Coleman …0-2 …1-3
Ashley …0-3 …0-6
KVA
Olivet …4-0 …5-1
Galesburg-Augusta …4-1 …4-2
Parchment …3-1 …4-2
Battle Creek Pennfield …3-2 …3-3
Kalamazoo Christian …2-2 …3-3
Schoolcraft …2-3 …2-4
Kalamazoo Hackett Catholic …1-3 …2-4
Constantine …1-3 …2-4
Maple Valley …1-3 …1-4
Delton Kellogg …1-4 …1-6
TVC CENTRAL
Hemlock …3-0 …6-0
Midland Bullock Creek …2-0 …4-0
Freeland …2-1 …3-3
Saginaw Swan Valley …1-1 …2-3
Alma …1-1 …2-3
Shepherd …0-2 …2-4
Chesaning …0-2 …1-3
Ovid-Elsie …0-2 …0-5
TVC WEST
St. Louis …3-0 …5-1
Breckenridge …3-0 …5-1
Carrollton …2-1 …4-2
Saginaw Mich. Lutheran Seminary …2-1 …3-3
Saginaw Valley Lutheran …1-2 …2-4
Ithaca …1-2 …2-4
Merrill …0-3 …1-5
St. Charles …0-3 …0-6
GAC RED
Goodrich …2-0 …5-0
Perry …2-0 …5-0
Durand …1-1 …4-2
Montrose Hill-McCloy …1-1 …2-3
Linden Lake Fenton… 0-1 …2-3
Mount Morris …0-1 …2-4
Flint Beecher …0-2 …1-4
GAC BLUE
New Lothrop …5-0 …5-0
Morrice …4-0 …5-1
Flint Hamady …3-0 …5-0
Dryden …2-1 …2-2
Burton Bendle …2-2 …2-4
Burton Bentley …1-3 …2-3
Byron …1-3 …2-4
Webberville …1-3 …2-4
Genesee …1-4 …2-4
Burton Atherton …0-4 …0-4
INDEPENDENT
Leslie …3-5
Lansing Christian …1-3

GIRLS BASKETBALL: AP POLL
…NOTE: The first boys basketball AP poll will be released next Tuesday.
CLASS A
1. Bloomfield Hills Marian (1) (7-0) …67
2. Detroit King (3) (5-1) …63
3. Grand Haven (6-1) …53
4. Grosse Pointe South (7-0) …50
5. DeWitt (7-0) …48
6. Midland (1) (7-0) …45
7. Southgate Anderson (7-1) …34
8. Holt (7-0) …30
9. Farmington Hills Mercy (5-1) …26
10. Grand Ledge (3-2) …22
…Others receiving votes: Muskegon Mona Shores (5-1) 20, Ann Arbor Huron (5-1) 19, Novi (4-0) 15, Midland Dow (6-1) 15, Clarkston (4-1) 14, Niles (7-1) 12, Waterford Kettering (5-1) 11, Holly (6-0) 11, Marquette (10-0) 8, Southfield Lathrup (4-2) 7, Warren Mott (6-0) 7, Kalamazoo Central (5-1) 6, Brownstown Woodhaven (8-0) 4, Haslett (5-1) 3, Waterford Mott (4-0) 3, Saginaw Heritage (3-2) 2, Hartland (5-1) 2, Jackson (5-1) 1, Farmington Hills Harrison (5-1) 1, Ypsilanti (5-1) 1
CLASS B
1. Goodrich (5) (4-0) …75
2. Grand Rapids South Christian (5-0) …65
3. Flint Powers Catholic (7-1) …63
4. Detroit Country Day (6-0) …49
5. Eaton Rapids (6-2) …46
6. Midland Bullock Creek (5-0) …45
7. Grand Rapids Catholic Central (4-1) …34
8. Marshall (6-0) …31
9. Houghton (6-1) …28
10. Wayland (5-0) …24
…Others receiving votes: Olivet (5-1) 22, Portland (7-1) 20, Clare (5-1) 19, Three Rivers (5-0) 16, Charlotte (5-0) 12, Perry (5-0) 9, Grosse Ile (4-1) 8, Ionia (4-1) 7, Hamilton (4-1) 6, Muskegon Oakridge (6-2) 5, Stevensville Lakeshore (5-1) 4, Jackson Northwest (6-1) 3, Manistee (5-0) 3, Holland Christian (5-1) 2, Flat Rock (5-2) 2, Benton Harbor (3-3) 1
CLASS C
1. Reese (3) (7-0) …73
2. Niles Brandywine (6-1) …42
3. Sandusky (7-0) …37
4. Hemlock (1) (5-0) …36
5. Saginaw Nouvel Catholic (4-2) …35
5. St. Ignace LaSalle (7-2) …35
5. Michigan Center (8-1) …35
8. Manchester (6-1) …29
9. Morley-Stanwood (1) (6-0) …24
9. St. Louis (5-1) …24
9. East Jackson (8-1) …24
…Others receiving votes: Pewamo-Westphalia (5-0) 21, Flint Hamady (5-0) 20, Carson City-Crystal (5-1) 16, Beaverton (5-1) 12, Britton-Deerfield (6-0) 11, Concord (5-2) 11, L’Anse 11, Lake City 10, McBain (4-2) 10, New Lothrop 10, Gobles (6-0) 9, Grand Rapids Covenant Christian (6-2) 7, Kent City (4-2) 7, Detroit Edison (7-1) 7, Riverview Gabriel Richard 7, Mendon (4-0) 6, New Buffalo (5-0) 6, Calumet (5-0) 5, Blissfield (6-0) 5, Breckenridge (5-1) 5, Adrian Madison (5-1) 4, Decatur (5-1) 2, Springport (4-1) 2, Ann Arbor Greenhills (3-1) 1, Blanchard Montabella (4-2) 1
CLASS D
1. Crystal Falls Forest Park (4) (7-0) …74
2. Eben Junction Superior Central (1) (7-0) …64
3. Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart (5-1) …57
4. Posen (4-0) …48
4. Frankfort (7-0) …48
6. Gaylord St. Mary (5-0) …45
7. Athens (5-1) …40
8. Marine City Cardinal Mooney (4-1) …24
8. Fulton-Middleton (4-1) …24
10. Stephenson (6-0) …22
…Others receiving votes: Ontonagon (5-0) 21, Mackinaw City (6-0) 18, Brimley (4-1) 14, Bellaire (4-1) 14, Twining Arenac Eastern (5-0) 11, Hillsdale Academy (5-2) 10, Kingston (4-1) 9, Morrice (5-1) 9, St. Joseph Lake Michigan Catholic (4-0) 7, Bear Lake (5-1) 7, Marshall Academy (5-0) 6, Waterford Our Lady of the Lake (3-5) 6, Munising (5-2) 4, Fowler (4-1) 4, Portland St. Pats (2-3) 3, Clarkston Everest (4-1) 2, Climax-Scotts (2-3) 2, Birmingham Roeper (3-1) 2, Big Rapids Crossroads (5-1) 2, Plymouth Christian (3-3) 1, Bark River-Harris (5-2) 1, Southfield Christian (4-1) 1

Dansville at Portland St. Patrick, 7 p.m.

Fulton at Potterville, 7:30 p.m.

Pewamo-Westphalia at Fowler, 7 p.m.

Saranac at Laingsburg, 7 p.m.

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High school results from 1/5/14 LSJ

BOYS BASKETBALL
CORUNNA 82, STOCKBRIDGE 71

CORUNNA — Mikhail Myles had a game-high 30 points, and added seven rebounds, four assists and four steals led Corunna past Stockbridge in a CAAC White game Saturday. M.J. Myles added 21 points for the Cavaliers (4-1, 1-1) and Adam Dietrich scored 10. Kaleb Grammer led the Panthers (3-2, 0-2) with 15 points and nine assists.
Stockbridge    16    16    22    17    —    71
Corunna          16    22    22    22    —    82
Stockbridge
Skeeter Ballagh 9 1-3 22, Jesus Cordero 1 1-4 3, Evan Fletcher 3 0-0 7, Kaleb Grammer 5 4-6 15, David Roberts 1 1-2 3, Zachary Runciman 6 0-0 12, Luke Showerman 4 0-0 9. Totals 29 7-15 71
Corunna
Robert Compton 0 0-2 0, Adam Dietrich 3 4-4 10, Garrett Hurley 1 2-2 4, M.J. Myles 9 2-4 21, Mikhail Myles 7 13-21 30, Michael Peterson 3 0-0 9, Grant Renwick 3 2-4 8. Totals 26 23-37 82
3-point goals – Stockbridge 6 (Skeeter Ballagh 3, Evan Fletcher 1, Kaleb Grammer 1, Luke Showerman 1), Corunna 7 (M.J. Myles 1, Mikhail Myles 3, Michael Peterson 3). Team fouls – Stockbridge 21, Corunna 18

MARSHALL 72, OLIVET 48
MARSHALL — Despite a game-high 21 points from Brendan Whitely, Olivet fell short on the road in a nonconference matchup against Marshall. Ryan Tennant added eight points for the Eagles (1-3).
Olivet         13      7    18    10    —    48
Marshall    18    24    19    11    —    72
Olivet
Connor Dartt 1 5-6 7, Deion Feldpausch 0 2-2 2, Mason Freed 1 0-0 3, Tyler Masters 3 0-1 7, Ryan Tennant 4 0-0 8, Brendan Whitely 7 3-4 21. Totals 16 10-13 48.
Marshall
Angus Bennett 9 2-3 20, Jacob Brubaker 2 3-4 7, Drew Devine 2 0-0 5, Josh Dorosh 0 0-2 0, Mitch Konkle 0 2-2 2, Terrion Patterson 1 2-2 4, Landry Reynolds 7 1-4 15, Chris Thomas 4 1-1 9, Dan Welke 4 2-4 10. Totals 29 13-22 72.
3-point goals – Olivet 5 (Mason Freed 1, Tyler Masters 1, Brendan Whitely 3), Marshall 1 (Drew Devine 1). Team fouls – Olivet 16

GIRLS BASKETBALL
CORUNNA 58, STOCKBRIDGE 47

CORUNNA — Payton Birchmeier’s 23 points, nine rebounds, four assists and three steals led Corunna past Stockbridge in a CAAC White game Saturday. Lauren Ruess scored 10 points and added five rebounds and three assists for the Cavaliers (4-2, 1-1). Kelsey Crockett led the Panthers (2-4, 0-2) with 20 points.
Stockbridge    10    8    10    19    —    47
Corunna    13    19    7    19    —    58
Stockbridge
Kelsey Crockett 4 9-13 20, Tara Hall 4 1-4 9, Shelby Hastings 0 2-2 2, Rachel Smith 0 3-6 3, Bre Taylor 1 0-2 2, Jessica Taylor 3 0-1 6, Audrey Twining 2 1-2 5. Totals 14 16-30 47.
Corunna
Payton Birchmeier 6 5-9 23, Jessica Cameron 1 0-0 2, Alaynie Gilna 1 0-0 2, Skylar Napier 1 3-5 5, Meredith Norris 1 0-0 2, Lauren Ruess 2 4-7 10, Bethany Schoch 1 0-1 2, Maddie Turner 3 0-0 12. Totals 16 12-22 58.
3-point goals – Stockbridge 1 (Kelsey Crockett 1), Corunna 6 (Payton Birchmeier 2, Lauren Ruess 2, Maddie Turner 2). Team fouls – Corunna 22, Stockbridge 18

WRESTLING
CARSON CITY-CRYSTAL INVITATIONAL

Carson City-Crystal 75, Williamston 0
Carson City-Crystal 75, Haslett 6
Carson City-Crystal 84, Saginaw Valley Lutheran 0
Carson City-Crystal 60, Farwell 15
Carson City-Crystal 37, Hesperia 35
Carson City-Crystal undefeated: 103-Taylor Barkley, 112-Alex Baker, 125-Dallas O’Green, 135-Brenton DeYoung, 152-Dillon Decker, 160-Darren Decker, 215-Austin Hopkins

GRAND LEDGE INVITATIONAL
Eaton Rapids undefeated: 125-Austin Hutchinson, 130-James Fklapsky, 135-Lane Vickers, 152-Chris Fillwock

ALLENDALE INVITATIONAL
Team scores—Allendale 259.5, Chippewa Hills 208½, Howard City Tri-County 175½, Three Rivers 141.5, Brooklyn Columbia Central 125, Kent City 119, Stevensville Lakeshore 116, Hamilton 109.5, Leslie 105½, Muskegon Reeths-Puffer 74½, Hart 70½, Wayland 68, Hopkins 66, Zeeland East 51, Martin 43, Grand Rapids Union 18
Leslie undefeated: 112-Kanen Storr, 140-Zehlin Storr

NEW LOTHROP HALL OF FAME TOURNAMENT
Team scores-St. Johns 211.5, New Lothrop 189, Bay City Western 116, Birch Run 113, Corunna 89½, Addison 86, Sanford Meridian 83, Caro 78, Montrose 69, Whitehall 68, Flint Carman-Ainsworth 63, Belding 62, Goodrich 59½, Grass Lake 58½, Bay City Central 55, Durand 49½, Alma 49, Laingsburg 43, Midland Bullock Creek 42, Marquette 9
St. Johns undefeated: 112-Ian Parker, 140-Zac Hall, 145-Mark Bozzo, 152-Logan Massa, 189-Angus Parker

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High school results from 1/4/14 LSJ

BOYS BOWLING
WAVELRY 22, HASLETT 8

High series–Jake Davis (W) 366, Jake Nebbeling (W) 359, Jacob Taylor (H) 356. High games–Jake Nebbling (W) 208, Jacob Taylor (H) 199, Devin Nault (H) 189

CORUNNA 25, EVERETT 5
High series–Michael Anders (C) 393, Triston Brooks (C) 370, Steven Runyan (C) 359. High games–Michael Anders (C) 238, Triston Brooks (C) 215, Dylan Pavka 210

GIRLS BOWLING
WAVERLY 18, HASLETT 12

High series–Brooke Flemington (H) 366, Shreya Srivastava (H) 285, Carissa Bracamontes (W) 273. High games–Brooke Flemington (H) 193, 173, Shreya Srivastava (H) 163

CORUNNA 30, EVERETT 0
High series–Sierra Howes (C) 347, Jasmine Engel (C) 324, Michaela Gilbert (C) 314. High games–Sierra Howes (C) 188, 159, Jasmine Engel 166

HOCKEY
JACKSON UNITED 6, CAPITAL AREA PATRIOTS 2

Jackson goals–Maynard 2, Carroll 2, Zackery Surber, Stamler. Assists–Stamler 2, Zackery Surber 2, Shaughnessey, Fairly, Carroll, Weller. Patriots goals–Heckaman, Guy. Assists–Sampson, Peterson, Freid, Heckaman. In goal–Quinten Surber (JU) 23 saves; VanWyke (CAP) 19 saves. Records–Jackson United 5-7, 3-1; Patriots 4-7, 4-5

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High school results from 1/3/14 LSJ

BOYS BASKETBALL
WAVERLY 54, GRAND LEDGE 57

GRAND LEDGE — Marcus Moore scored 21 points and Mike Fomby added 18 more to lead the Warriors in their nonleague victory over the Comets. Cassell Jones led Grand Ledge with 25 points and J.T. Houghton contributed 17 more points.
Waverly             9    17    15    23    —    64
Grand Ledge    11    19    13    14    —    57
Waverly
Austin Edwards 1 0-0 2, Mike Fomby 4 8-9 18, Emmanuel Gildo 4 0-1 8, Kevin Kirkland 0 1-2 1, JuBraun McKinley 2 1-4 5, Marcus Moore 6 7-11 21, Adrise Steele 2 2-5 6, Sebastian Wood 1 0-2 3. Totals 20 19-34 64
Grand Ledge
Malek Adams 0 3-7 3, Jordan Goebel 1 2-2 4, Mitchell Hankerd 2 0-1 4, Josh Horford 0 3-4 3, J. T. Houghton 6 1-2 17, Cassell Jones 8 6-9 25, Jake Wilson 0 1-2 1. Totals 17 16-27 57
3-Point Goals – Waverly 5 (Mike Fomby 2, Marcus Moore 2, Sebastian Wood 1), Grand Ledge 7 (J. T. Houghton 4, Cassell Jones 3). Team fouls – Grand Ledge 23 Fouled out – Malek Adams, Jordan Goebel

GIRLS BASKETBALL
GRAND LEDGE 58, WAVERLY 45

Hannah Orwat’s game-high 25 points led the Comets to a nonleague win over Waverly. Cori Crocker scored 11 points and Lindsay Orwat added nine points for Grand Ledge (3-2). Breanna Mobley led the Warriors (2-4) with 13 points and Rachael Rienstra had 11 points.
Grand Ledge    15    11    17    15    —    58
Waverly    11    11    12    11    —    45
Grand Ledge
Lauren Bachert 2 0-0 5, Cori Crocker 4 3-6 11, Codie Drake 3 0-0 6, Sophie Guzman 0 2-3 2, Hannah Orwat 9 3-4 25, Lindsay Orwat 2 5-5 9. Totals 20 13-18 58
Waverly
Kalay Carter 3 3-4 9, Shadaira Mccarty 2 3-7 7, Breanna Mobley 4 5-7 13, Rachael Rienstra 4 2-2 11, Alisia Smith 1 0-0 2, Cassidy Webster 0 1-2 1, Courtney Young 1 0-0 2. Totals 15 14-22 45
3-Point Goals – Grand Ledge 5 (Lauren Bachert 1, Hannah Orwat 4), Waverly 1 (Rachael Rienstra 1). Team fouls – Grand Ledge 18, Waverly 13

MORRICE 55, GENESEE 20
GENESSEE — Courtney Wolf scored 23 points and added six steals and three rebounds to lead the Orioles (5-1, 4-0) in a GAC Blue victory over Genessee (2-3, 2-2). Barbie Broomfield led Morrice in rebounds with 10 and Madison Munro contributed eight points.
Morrice    10    17    15    13    —    55
Genesee    7    5    3    5    —    20
Morrice
Barbie Broomfield 1 1-1 3, Kalli Dunkle 2 0-1 5, Samantha Hawkins 1 0-0 2, Taylor Hewitt 1 0-0 2, Averi Munro 3 1-9 7, Madison Munro 3 1-2 8, Krysta Smith 0 3-4 3, Alison Warner 1 0-0 2, Courtney Wolf 8 7-8 23. Totals 20 13-25 55.
Genesee
Kelsey Newcomb 2 0-2 4, Alexis Vance 2 0-0 4, Bailey Wagner 0 3-6 3, Sara Walker 3 2-2 9. Totals 7 5-10 20
3-Point Goals – Morrice 2 (Kalli Dunkle 1, Madison Munro 1), Genesee 1 (Sara Walker 1). Team fouls – Morrice 12, Genessee 21

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High school results from 12/31/13 LSJ

GIRLS BASKETBALL:
DETROIT MARTIN LUTHER KING 57, GRAND LEDGE 48

DETROIT — Lindsay Orwat led the Comets (2-2) with 16 points in their nonleague loss to Martin Luther King at the Motor City Roundball Classic. Cori Crocker added 13 points for Grand Ledge.
Grand Ledge   13    5    14    16    —    48
Detroit King    12    18    21    6    —    57
Grand Ledge
Lauren Bachert 2 0-0 5, Kelli Combs 1 0-0 2, Cori Crocker 5 3-6 13, Codie Drake 1 1-4 3, Hannah Orwat 3 2-2 9, Lindsay Orwat 5 2-4 16. Totals 17 8-16 48
Detroit King
Marte Grays 5 5-9 16, Lashai Greeter 5 1-4 11, Micaela Kelly 3 2-2 8, Leah Mathis 3 2-2 8, Tia Tedford 1 0-0 3, Janae Williams 4 1-2 11. Totals 21 11-19 57
3-Point Goals – Grand Ledge 6 (Lauren Bachert 1, Hannah Orwat 1, Lindsay Orwat 4), Detroit King 4 (Marte Grays 1, Tia Tedford 1, Janae Williams 2)

CARSON CITY- CRYSTAL 60, ASHLEY 14
CARSON CITY — Mikayla Duflo made eight 3-pointers on her way to scoring a game-high 28 points to pace Carson City-Crystal. Mackenzie Geister added 14 points, seven rebounds and seven assists for the Eagles (4-1, 2-1). Meggan Andrews had eight points to lead Ashley (0-6, 0-3).
Ashley                             4    4    4    2    —    14
Carson City- Crystal    17    15    21    7    —    60
Ashley
Meggan Andrews 2 4-6 8, Sammy Dunlap 1 2, Danyelle Hardman 1 2-5 4. Totals 4 6-11 14
Carson City-Crystal
Tori Christiansen 3 2-3 8, Mikayla Duflo 10 28, Karen Engen 1-5 1, Jaylin Fisher 1-2 1, Mackenzie Geister 7 14, Ragan Heckman 1 2, Tia Jolls 2-2 2, Sara McAlvey 1 2, Jenna Schneider 1 0-2 2. Totals 23 6-14 60
3-Point Goals – Carson City-Crystal 8 (Mikayla Duflo 8 )

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High school results from 12/29/13 LSJ

BOYS BASKETBALL:
EATON RAPIDS 85, FREMONT 69

COLDWATER — Travis Jecks’ game-high 23 points helped Eaton Rapids past Fremont (Ind.) in the third-place game of the Coldwater Holiday Hoops Tournament. Sheldon Holmes had 15 points for the Greyhounds (4-2), while Jared McDaniel added 13 and Sam Masteller nine.
Fremont             14    13    15    27    —    69
Eaton Rapids    24    12    19    30    —    85
Fremont
Alex Beams 7 2-2 22, Kaleb Hayes 1 1-3 3, Tony LaRose 1 0-0 2, Tyler Myers 2 0-2 5, Justin Papenbrock 4 0-2 10, Logan Peel 2 1-1 5, Caleb Presley 1 0-0 2, Wade Regadanz 6 4-4 20. Totals 24 8-14 69
Eaton Rapids
James Cruz 2 2-2 6, Brandon Dick 1 0-0 2, Jacob Disbro 1 0-0 3, Cody Green 0 0-2 0, Sheldon Holmes 7 1-2 15, Travis Jecks 9 2-2 23, Sam Masteller 3 2-2 9, Jared McDaniel 5 1-6 13, Nathan Reed 1 0-0 2, Jacob Sharpe 2 0-0 5, Andrew Wright 3 0-0 7. Totals 34 8-16 85
3-Point Goals – Fremont 13 (Alex Beams 6, Tyler Myers 1, Justin Papenbrock 2, Wade Regadanz 4), Eaton Rapids 9 (Jacob Disbro 1, Travis Jecks 3, Sam Masteller 1, Jared McDaniel 2, Jacob Sharpe 1, Andrew Wright 1). Team fouls – Fremont 13, Eaton Rapids 11

LANSING EASTERN 58, WESTLAND JOHN GLENN 54
MUSKEGON — DeQuandre Dentmond had 19 points, seven rebounds and seven blocks, as Lansing Eastern defeated Westland John Glenn in the Hall of Fame Basketball Classic at Reeths-Puffer High School. Tameron Williams-Baker added 14 points for the Quakers (4-1).
Lansing Eastern             14    12    14   18    —    58
Westland John Glenn     8    17    5    24    —    54
Eastern
DeQuandre Dentmond 3 12-12 19, Don’tre Garrett 2 3-4 7, E.J. Jackson 3 0-1 7, Tyrome Maxwell 5 0-1 11, Tameron Williams-Baker 4 6-8 14. Totals 17 21-26 58
Westland John Glenn
Mychael Bradley 3 2-4 9, Mohammad Foani 3 0-0 9, Deangelo Kirksey 3 1-2 9, Jamie Melchor 4 0-0 8, Rafael Parks 5 0-1 11, James Pruitt IV 1 0-0 2. Totals 21 5-9 54
3-Point Goals – Eastern 3 (DeQuandre Dentmond 1, E.J. Jackson 1, Tyrome Maxwell 1), John Glenn (Westland) 6 (Mychael Bradley 1, Mohammad Foani 3, Deangelo Kirksey 2). Team fouls – Eastern 9, John Glenn 19

GIRLS BASKETBALL:
OKEMOS 50, WARREN FITZGERALD 32

DETROIT — Elle Nichols’ 13 points led Okemos past Warren Fitzgerald in the Motor City Roundball Classic on Saturday afternoon. Olivia Sherman added 10 points for the Chiefs (3-3) and Annisa Whims had eight.
Okemos    23    6    8    13    —    50
Fitzgerald    8    2    10    12    —    32
Okemos
Emily Koons 2 0-0 4, Liz Mack 0 2-2 2, Elle Nichols 5 0-0 13, Vanessa Nigg 2 1-1 5, Olivia Sherman 5 0-0 10, Annisa Whims 4 0-4 8, Kristelle Yewah 4 0-0 8. Totals 22 3-7 50.
Warren Fitzgerald
Talia Gray 0 0-1 0, Amani Hudson 7 5-6 20, Tionna Lowe 2 2-4 6, Creshondra Morton 1 0-0 2, Tone Oglesby 0 0-2 0, Aniesha Preyer 1 2-3 4. Totals 11 9-16 32.
3-Point Goals – Okemos 3 (Elle Nichols 3), Fitzgerald 1 (Amani Hudson 1). Team fouls: Okemos 16, Warren Fitzgerald 6

DEWITT 57, KENT CITY 29
GRAND RAPIDS — Lilly George and Natalie Knauf each scored 10 points as DeWitt (7-0) cruised past Kent City in the Davenport University Showcase. The Panthers’ Hannah Stoll scored six points and hauled in a team-high nine rebounds while Claudia Reid had five steals to go with her seven points.
DeWitt    8    17    22    10    —    57
Kent City    9    6    5    9    —    29
DeWitt
Alex Bilbo 0 4-4 4, Lilly George 2 6-10 10, Natalie Knauf 3 2-2 10, Maria Moss 3 0-0 7, Abby Nakfoor 3 0-2 6, Cayce Palmer 1 1-2 3, Claudia Reid 3 1-2 7, Abby Ruch 1 0-0 2, Hannah Stoll 3 0-0 6, Summer Ward 1 0-0 2. Totals 20 14-22 57
Kent City
Meghan Boyd 3 0-0 6, McKenna Carlson 2 0-0 5, Kaitlyn Geers 1 1-2 3, Kassidy Heeringa 1 0-0 3. Totals 12 2-4 29
3-Point Goals – DeWitt 3 (Natalie Knauf 2, Maria Moss 1), Kent City 3 (McKenna Carlson 1, Kassidy Heeringa 1). Team fouls – DeWitt 9, Kent City 1

PORTLAND 42, CONCORD 23
PARMA — Allie Grys’ 12 points, five rebounds and four assists helped lead Portland to a championship victory over Concord in Parma Jackson County Western’s Panther Holiday Hoops Tournament. Olivia Roe added 12 points for the Raiders (5-1).
Concord    0    9    6    8    —    23
Portland    13    5    13    11    —    42
Concord
A. Bulloch 2 0-0 4, A. Hogs 0 0-2 0, A. Lehman 2 1-2 5, A. Philfson 2 1-2 7, A. Reeve 0 1-2 1, A. Roth 1 0-0 2, A. Stilson 1 2-2 4. Totals 8 5-10 23
Portland
Chloe Adams 0 0-3 0, Madison Adams 0 2-2 2, Ariel Davids 3 1-2 7, Allie Grys 3 4-6 12, Olivia Roe 5 1-2 12, Allison Russell 3 0-0 9. Totals 14 8-15 42
3-Point Goals – Concord 2 (A. Philfson 2), Portland 6 (Allie Grys 2, Olivia Roe 1, Allison Russell 3). Team fouls – Portland 12, Concord 11

WILLIAMSTON 44, OAK PARK 27
DETROIT — Renee Sturm and Sarah Schultz combined for 22 of Williamston’s 44 points as the Hornets (4-1) defeated Oak Park in the Motor City Roundball Classic.
Oak Park         8    7    3    9    —    27
Williamston    8    8    12    16    —    44
Oak Park
Brieianna Allen 2 0-0 4, DaBrianna Davis 2 0-0 6, Detana McNeil 1 0-0 2, Ariel Walker 1 0-2 2, Deanna Williams 5 2-6 13. Totals 11 2-8 27
Williamston
Katelyn Demitroff 1 2-2 4, Paige Dutcher 2 2-2 6, Jessica Lycos 3 0-0 7, Angela Maurer 1 1-4 3, Ally Milam 1 0-0 2, Sarah Schultz 5 0-0 10, Renee Sturm 5 1-2 12. Totals 18 6-10 44
3-Point Goals – Oak Park /MS 3 (DaBrianna Davis 2, Deanna Williams 1), Williamston 2 (Jessica Lycos 1, Renee Sturm 1). Team fouls: Oak Park 11, Williamston 7

WRESTLING:
IONIA ADAMSON INVITATIONAL

Team scores—1. Carson City-Crystal 349½, 2. Livonia Stevenson 277, 3. Jackson Lumen Christian 241, 4. Hudsonville Unity Christian 200, 5. Portland 195, 6. Delton Kellogg 184, 7. Ionia 162, 8. Lansing Eastern 154½, 9. Onaway 110, 10. Ada Forest Hills Eastern 100
Undefeated: 103-Cameron Mahlich (Ionia), 112-Alex Baker (CCC), 125-Dallas O’Greene (CCC), 140-Garner Cusack (CCC), 152-Dillon Decker (CCC), 160-Darren Decker (CCC), 215-Jeff Mills (LE)
Record-Carson City-Crystal 7-0

MANCHESTER DUALS
Leslie 46, Homer 34
Leslie 51, Jackson 27
Adrian Madison 60, Leslie 20
Manchester 60, Leslie 17
Eaton Rapids 47, Leslie 17
Leslie individuals: 112-Theron Singles (4-1). 119-Kanen Storr (5-0), 140-Zehlin Storr (5-0)
Record-Leslie 11-8

GOODRICH TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS
Team scores–St. Johns 209½, Dundee 167, Hesperia 149½, Birch Run 115½
Undefeated wrestlers: 112–Ian Parker, 140–Max Hall, 152–Logan Massa, 189–Angus Arthur, 215–Ty Wildmo. NOTE: Zac Hall and Angus Arthur were named co-MVPs of the tournament

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High school results from 12/28/13 LSJ

BOYS BASKETBALL:
HOLT 79, HUDSONVILLE 70 (2OT)

EAST LANSING — Threatened with losing their first game of the season, Holt leaned on their seniors to win once again on Friday.
Don’Quall Jackson and Tyrell Williams each had five points in the second overtime and Colin Jones added 24 points for the game as the Rams beat Hudsonville 79-70 at the Holiday Hoops Invitational.
“After the first OT we were really excited. We were hyped. We just wanted to win the game,” Jackson said after leading Holt with 26 points. “I definitely think me, Tyrell and Colin step up and that gets other guys involved and we just try to play hard and that’s for all the seniors. We all try to play hard.”
“Those guys like big moments and last year we had a lot of big moments and guys have returned and are used to those moments,” Holt coach Matt Essell said. “That pays off.”
The Rams looked sloppy in the first half with turnovers followed by timeouts to get things settled.
Hudsonville was able to take a 29-24 lead at halftime and led by as many as nine in the third quarter, but Holt never really went away. The Rams took a 47-46 lead with five minutes left in regulation on a basket by Trent Stone.
Stone gave Holt the lead once again at 53-52 and then Jones made a nice pass underneath to Devinn LoVette to put the Rams up by three.
Hudsonville junior Brent Hibbitts, who had 15 points in the game, hit a long three-pointer to tie it at 55 before Holt took a 57-55 lead on two different trips to the free-throw line.
The Eagles’ Mason Opple, who led Hudsonville with 18 points, provided the score that eventually sent the game to an extra session.
The two sides scored just five points each in the first OT. Hibbitts made a basket to give Hudsonville a one-point lead, but a Don’Quall Jackson free-throw provided the tying point.
A three-pointer by Williams broke a 62-62 tie to start the second overtime and Holt outscored the Eagles 17-8 in the final overtime period.
“Kind of the same first half we always play. We struggle to get good shots, at halftime we fix it and the guys realize they’ve dug themselves a hole and they play their butts off and they get out of it,” Essell said.
Jones did not play in Holt’s previous game against Everett and was a presence on the low block against Hudsonville. Usually, Jones is a threat both outside and inside, but he was close to unstoppable in the post on Friday with 10 field goals made and 10 rebounds.
“It’s always about finding that balance with him because he is such a good shooter, but if he floats too much you’re missing him, especially tonight where they didn’t have a real big interior,” Essell said of Jones. “He was a force.”
“We needed him tonight and he stepped up and played big,” Jackson said.
— Denny Schwarze
Hudsonville    14    15    11    17    5    8    —    70
Holt                   8    16    16    17    5    17    —    79
Hudsonville
Jared Blum 1 3-6 5, Brenden Costen 1 0-0 2, Mark Dieterle 0 4-4 4, Brent Hibbits 6 2-2 15, Jake Krogh 3 5-6 11, Jordan Kuipers 0 5-6 5, Logan Magsig 3 0-0 6, Hagen Newhouse 0 2-2 2, Mason Opple 7 6-13 20. Totals 21 27-39 70
Holt
Austin Faulds 1 1-2 3, Jaron Faulds 1 1-2 3, Don’Quall Jackson 7 10-15 24, Colin Jones 9 4-8 22, Devinn Lovette 3 3-8 9, Trent Stone 5 0-0 10, Tyrell Williams 2 2-2 8. Totals 28 21-37 79
3-Point Goals – Hudsonville 1 (Brent Hibbits 1), Holt 2 (Tyrell Williams 2). Total fouls – Hudsonville 30, Holt 23. Fouled out – Opple (H), Kuipers (H)

LANSING CATHOLIC 50, SCHOOLCRAFT 43
EAST LANSING — Lansing Catholic was hardly making anything in the first half of their Holiday Hoops Invitational game on Friday, so Schoolcraft was content to cram the paint defensively to try and stop the rangy Poljan brothers.
Once the Cougars started making open jumpers in the second half, it cleared the way for a Lansing Catholic win.
The Poljans had 36 of Lansing Catholic’s 50 points, with sophomore Tony’s 20 points leading the way in a 50-43 victory at Michigan State’s Breslin Center.
“This place can be pretty humbling. It’s a totally different atmosphere than either team is used to playing in so there were a lot of missed shots in that first half,” Lansing Catholic coach Darren Zwick said. “I thought we did a good job of getting the looks we wanted, just didn’t convert them. …
“Every time we went inside, two or three guys were collapsing.”
But the Poljans still were able to dominate despite the extra traffic.
Tony also grabbed 14 rebounds and had three assists and three steals. Senior David had 16 points and added five steals as the brothers had their way with a Schoolcraft lineup that featured only two players taller than 6-foot-2.
“Both have good skill sets, so we utilize their strengths and especially their strengths in the paint,” Zwick said. “Once we settled down in the second half we were able to make that happen. I thought both of them played really strong games.”
Both teams took a while to get started. Lansing Catholic held a 16-9 late in the second quarter before the Eagles pushed back with five points to trail by just two at halftime.
A three-pointer from Parker Leighton gave Schoolcraft a 17-16 lead early in the third and the Eagles, despite a subpar first half against a Class B opponent, began to look like the program that went 23-3 last season in Class C and had played on the Breslin Center court three times in the past four years for the MHSAA state tournament.
The two teams traded leads before Lansing Catholic started to find the bottom of the net.
Back in front by four at 37-33, senior Joey Jurkovic, who had just five points, hit a triple to increase the Cougar lead to seven.
Tony Poljan then hit a basket while he was being fouled. After a converted free-throw, Lansing Catholic led 43-33 and enjoyed the largest advantage by any team at that point.
With Schoolcraft having to come out to guard more open Lansing Catholic looks, the Poljans continued to work inside with less resistance and help defense.
“We knew if we could get it in, that would create some nice opportunities where our shooters on the perimeter were set,” Zwick said. “That started to loosen things up. A few started going in for us and really for both teams and it became I thought a cleaner played second half.”
— Denny Schwarze
Schoolcraft               7    7    16    13    —    43
Lansing Catholic    10    6    17    17    —    50
Schoolcraft
Zach Craig 1 -2 2, Parker Leighton 1 2-2 5, Philip Pelton 2 4, Caleb Proksch 2 4, Kyle Santman 2 1-2 5, Walker Small 1 3, Trevor Stoddard 8 1-2 20. Totals 17 4-8 43
Lansing Catholic
Matthew Fata 2 5-7 9, Joey Jurkovic 2 5, David Poljan 7 2-2 16, Tony Poljan 8 3-8 20. Totals 19 10-17 50
3-Point Goals – Schoolcraft 5 (Parker Leighton 1, Walker Small 1, Trevor Stoddard 3), Lansing Catholic 2 (Joey Jurkovic 1, Tony Poljan 1). Total fouls – Schoolcraft 17, Lansing Catholic 11

PAW PAW 77, LANSING CHRISTIAN 50
EAST LANSING — Lansing Christian brought four freshmen and two sophomores into their Holiday Hoops Invitational game against Paw Paw on Friday.
Meanwhile, the Redskins had only one player on the roster younger than a junior and were returning four starters from last year’s team. Their experience reigned in a 77-50 win at Michigan State’s Breslin Center.
Senior Jordan Terry led the Pilgrims with 20 points, eight assists and four rebounds and was named to the all-tournament team.
Lansing Christian fell behind early with a 12-5 opening Paw Paw run. Paw Paw’s pressure created as much of a problem as their veteran play.
“The press definitely got to us. That was one thing I thought we would take care of and we’d be able to get them out of that press but unfortunately we just weren’t able to make that happen,” Lansing Christian coach Zach VanDuinen said. “Turnovers led to a big second quarter for them and that created some separation.”
The Redskins led by 14 at halftime and by as many as 29 in the second half.
Freshman Matt Havey added 15 points for Lansing Christian.
— Denny Schwarze
Paw Paw                    20    22    16    19    —    77
Lansing Christian    12    14    12    12    —    50
Paw Paw
Sean Brennan 3 7, Christian Brian 1 1-2 3, Tanner Eubank 8 3-4 20, Nick Klingel 2 5, Parker Marcon 5 10, Dale Rantz-Lemanski 1 3, Jared Stansbury 2 5, Cody Warner 3 2-2 8, Kyle Williams 6 4-4 16. Totals 31 10-12 77
Lansing Christian
Forrest Bouyer 1 2, Preston Granger 2 4, Matt Havey 6 15, Nick Jamieson 2 5, Zach McElroy -2 , Josh Parks 1-2 1, Mike Richards 1 -1 2, Jordan Terry 7 5-11 20, Jacob Woodland 1-2 1. Totals 19 7-18 50
3-Point Goals – Paw Paw 5 (Sean Brennan 1, Tanner Eubank 1, Nick Klingel 1, Dale Rantz-Lemanski 1, Jared Stansbury 1), Lansing Christian 5 (Matt Havey 3, Nick Jamieson 1, Jordan Terry 1). Total fouls – Paw Paw 18, Lansing Christian 13

ANN ARBOR HURON 74, EAST LANSING 56
EAST LANSING — Ann Arbor Huron’s pressure defense led the River Rats to victory over East Lansing 74-56 in the Holiday Hoops Invitational at Breslin Center.
Jalen Thompson led Ann Arbor with 24 points and five rebounds.
“Our pressure was really strong tonight, and some of their guards struggled against our press,” Ann Arbor Huron coach Waleed Samaha said. “The biggest change, from the first half to the third quarter, where we kind of blew it open, was better defense up top.”
East Lansing coach Steve Finamore agreed that the River Rats’ strong pressure bothered his team, saying, “They are very good at trapping the ball. We got caught a few times and ended up throwing the ball away.”
“Turnovers in the beginning of a game are a tough way to open,” Finamore added. “They really affect your confidence, and that can be tough to come back from.”
Despite struggling with the pressure, the Trojans kept the game close throughout the first half. In the first quarter, the lead changed four times, and at the end of the period the River Rats led by just four points.
In the second quarter, Ann Arbor Huron opened the lead to 10, but the Trojans fought back to bring the game within two points. Just before halftime, Ann Arbor’s Thompson scored a layup and a free throw to take a five-point lead going into the break.
“They found some opening in the first half, even though they struggled to get some shots to drop,” Samaha said. “They really hurt us with 10 offensive rebounds in the half, though. That’s why they were able to stay with us.”
In the first four minutes of the third quarter, Ann Arbor Huron outscored the Trojans, 16-4, opening up a lead from which East Lansing never recovered.
The River Rats led by 12 points going into the fourth quarter, 59-47, and outscored the Trojans by seven in the final period, 16-9.
East Lansing struggled to break down Ann Arbor Huron’s defense, in part, due to a disadvantage in size. The River Rats boast eight players over 6-foot-3, while the Trojans have just one player in that range.
“We can overcome the lack of size,” Finamore said. “But we’re the smallest team in the area, so it is something we deal with.”
“We did take six charges on defense tonight, though, and that’s almost unheard of,” he said.
— Betsy Hicks

COLDWATER 70, EATON RAPIDS 62
COLDWATER — Jared McDaniel scored 34 points, including six 3s for the Greyhounds in a nonleague loss to Coldwater (2-3). Sheldon Holmes added nine points for Eaton Rapids (3-2).
Eaton Rapids    12    6    18    26    —    62
Coldwater    10    16    23    21    —    70
Eaton Rapids
Brandon Dick 3 0-0 6, Sheldon Holmes 4 2-3 9, Travis Jecks 2 1-1 5, Sam Masteller 3 0-0 6, Jared McDaniel 9 10-12 34, Andrew Wright 1 0-0 2. Totals 22 13-16 62.
Coldwater
Luke Beckhusen 2 1-3 5, Ryan Hadley 4 0-2 9, Michael Magocs 2 3-4 7, Ryan Mock 4 7-8 15, Logan Targgart 9 5-5 26, Blaze Watson 4 0-0 8. Totals 25 16-22 70.
3-Point Goals – Eaton Rapids 6 (Jared McDaniel 6), Coldwater 4 (Ryan Hadley 1, Logan Targgart 3). Team fouls – Eaton Rapids 17, Coldwater 12. JV – Coldwater 70, Eaton Rapids 63

PORTLAND 52, CONCORD 34
JACKSON — Zac Gustafson scored a game-high 20 points, grabbed nine rebounds and had five blocks in Portland’s nonleague win over Concord (0-4). Justin Kerr scored eight points and Brodie VanRiper added five points and seven rebounds for the Raiders (4-0).
Portland    12    18    8    14    —    52
Concord    2    9    6    17    —    34
Portland
Auston Brandt 1 1-4 3, Andrew Click 1 2-4 4, Sam Goodman 2 2-8 6, Zac Gustafson 6 8-10 20, Justin Kerr 2 1-2 8, Spencer Palmer 1 1-2 3, Jacob Pohl 1 1-2 3, Brodie VanRiper 1 3-4 5. Totals 15 19-36 52.
Concord
Alex Kettwitch 1 2-4 4, Lonelle Langston 5 0-2 10, Brett Lehman 0 2-2 2, Xavier Martines 2 2-2 9, Clayton Simmons 0 1-2 1, T.J. Stevens 1 2-3 4, Anthony Wordon 2 0-0 4. Totals 11 9-15 34.
3-Point Goals – Portland 1 (Justin Kerr 1), Concord 1 (Xavier Martines 1). Total fouls – Portland 17, Concord 21

LANSING EASTERN 59, EAST KENTWOOD 51
MUSKEGON — DeQuandre Dentmond scored a game-high 22 points and grabbed 14 rebounds to lead the Quakers (3-1) over East Kentwood (1-1) in the first round of the Muskegon Area Hall of Fame Classic at Reeths-Puffer High School. Cameron Baker and Don’tre Garrett added 12 and 11 points, respectively, for Eastern. Tyrome Maxwell grabbed 10 rebounds.
Eastern    18    12    12    17    —    59
East Kentwood    6    18    10    17    —    51
Eastern
Josh Alston 2 0-0 4, Cameron Baker 6 0-1 12, DeQuandre Dentmond 7 7-9 22, Don’tre Garrett 4 3-3 11, E.J. Jackson 1 0-0 2, Tyrome Maxwell 3 1-2 8. Totals 23 11-15 59.
East Kentwood
Anthony Boone 2 1-3 5, Marlon Dorsey 2 0-0 4, Jeffrey Drake-Todd 4 0-0 11, Darron Ewing 1 1-2 4, Benjamin Hester 2 4-6 8, Brent Kimbrel 1 0-2 2, Noah Kimbrough 2 0-2 4, Micha Rosser 2 2-2 6, Sammy Ryan 2 0-0 4, Isaiah Terry 1 1-2 3. Totals 19 9-19 51.
3-Point Goals – Eastern 2 (DeQuandre Dentmond 1, Tyrome Maxwell 1), East Kentwood 4 (Jeffrey Drake-Todd 3, Darron Ewing 1). Total fouls – Eastern 18, East Kentwood 14. Fouled out: Jackson (E).

OKEMOS 54, BAY CITY JOHN GLENN 34
BAY CITY — Edward Smith’s team-high 19 points and 11 rebounds helped lead Okemos to a nonconference victory over Bay City John Glenn (4-1). James Moore added 14 points for the Chiefs (3-0) and Darius Morris had five assists.
Okemos         8    14    14    18    —    54
John Glenn     5    13    10    6    —    34
Okemos
Eric Behan 1 0-0 2, Conner George 2 0-0 4, Kyle Halverson 0 1-2 1, Soham Mishra 2 0 5, James Moore 6 2-2 14, Darius Morris 1 0-0 3, Chaz Richardson 3 0-0 6, Edward Smith 8 3-5 19. Totals 23 6-9 54.
Bay CIty John Glenn
Connor Bluhm 6 0-0 14, Derrek Clyde 4 1-2 9, Drew Harding 1 0-0 2, Garrett Krager 2 0-0 4, Tyler Robbins 1 2-2 4, Kristen Valliere 0 1-2 1. Totals 14 4-6 34.
3-Point Goals – Okemos 2 (Soham Mishra 1, Darius Morris 1), John Glenn 2 (Connor Bluhm 2). Total fouls – Okemos 14, John Glenn 13. JV: Okemos 61, John Glenn 58

LAKEWOOD 81, PERRY 65
LAKE ODESSA — Colin O’Mara’s 22 points — including 15 on 3-pointers — led Lakewood to a nonconference victory over Perry. Alex Caudy had 14 points and 10 rebounds and Kaleb Makley added 13 points for the Vikings (2-2). Rickey Taylor led the way with 22 points and Cooper Hemminger added 19 for the Ramblers (1-3).
Perry             14    18    12    21    —    65
Lakewood    22    22    17    20    —    81
Perry
Ben Bogner 2 0-0 6, Braden Finch 1 0-0 2, Cooper Hemminger 7 0-2 19, Hunter King 1 0-0 2, Reese Middleton 4 5-9 14, Rickey Taylor 6 10-11 22. Totals 21 15-22 65.
Lakewood
Alex Caudy 4 4-4 14, Mitchell Davis 1 0-2 2, Benjamin Dillon 0 1-4 1, Nathan Kauffman 1 0-0 3, Evan Knapp 2 0-0 5, Kaleb Makley 5 3-6 13, Colin O’Mara 8 1-2 22, Joe Parks 4 1-2 10, Jacob Rickerd 0 2-2 2, Daniel Sauers 4 1-4 9. Totals 29 13-26 81.
3-Point Goals – Perry 8 (Ben Bogner 2, Cooper Hemminger 5, Reese Middleton 1), Lakewood 8 (Nathan Kauffman 1, Evan Knapp 1, Colin O’Mara 5, Joe Parks 1). Total fouls – Perry 21, Lakewood 2

GIRLS BASKETBALL:
DEWITT 60, EAST KENTWOOD 33

GRAND RAPIDS — Abby Nakfoor scored 17 points, and Hannah Stoll added 10 points as DeWitt improved to 6-0 at Davenport University, where the Panthers will face Kent City at 5 p.m. today.
Dewitt    19    11    19    11    —    60
East Kentwood    5    11    11    6    —    33
DeWitt
Lexi Banaszak 4 0-0 8, Lilly George 1 0-0 2, Natalie Knauf 0 1-2 1, Maria Moss 3 1-3 9, Abby Nakfoor 7 3-5 17, Cayce Palmer 1 2-2 4, Claudia Reid 2 0-0 5, Abby Ruch 0 2-2 2, Hannah Stoll 5 0-0 10, Summer Ward 1 0-0 2. Totals 24 9-14 60.
East Kentwood
Amary Brown 0 3-4 3, Kaziah Dobbins 4 0-0 8, Courtney Elliot 1 0-0 2, Allazae Lloyd 2 0-0 4, Diane Mahrzy 1 0-0 2, Erykah Ross 4 1-3 9, Shannelle Waters 2 1-2 5. Totals 14 5-9 33.
3-Point Goals – DeWitt 3 (Maria Moss 2, Claudia Reid 1).

WILLIAMSTON 52, FRANKENMUTH 46
DETROIT — Sarah Schultz led Williamston with a game-high 18 points in a nonleague win over Frankenmuth (3-3) in the Motor City Roundball Classic. Renee Sturm scored 15 points and Angela Maurer added seven for the Hornets (3-1).
Williamston    13    11    16    12    —    52
Frankenmuth    16    11    12    7    —    46
Williamston
Katelyn Demitroff 1 1-2 4, Jessica Lycos 2 0-0 6, Angela Maurer 1 5-9 7, Ally Milam 0 2-2 2, Sarah Schultz 7 3-4 18, Renee Sturm 6 3-3 15. Totals 17 14-20 52.
Frankenmuth
Brayene Benner 2 0-0 4, Keri Frahm 6 2-2 14, Kelsei Kujad 1 0-0 2, Kendra Kujat 2 1-2 5, Lindsey Mertz 2 1-2 5, Madison Walter 1 2-4 4, Madison Whiskur 5 1-2 12. Totals 19 7-12 46.
3-Point Goals – Williamston 4 (Katelyn Demitroff 1, Jessica Lycos 2, Sarah Schultz 1), Frankenmuth 1 (Madison Whiskur 1). Team fouls – Williamston 9, Frankenmuth 16. Fouled out – Brayene Benner

PERRY 36, LAKEWOOD 26
LAKE ODESSA — Chasity Potter led Perry with 11 points and nine rebounds in a nonleague win over Lakewood. Kelsey Finch added nine points for the Ramblers (5-0). Taylor VantLand scored eight points for the Vikings (0-5).
Perry    10    6    12    8    —    36
Lakewood    5    2    6    13    —    26
Perry
Lindsay Crim 2 1-2 5, Katie Figueras 2 2-4 6, Kelsey Finch 4 0-0 9, Madison Hardy 1 1-2 3, Taylor Miller 1 0-0 2, Chasity Potter 3 5-8 11. Totals 13 9-16 36.
Lakewood
Emily Barker 1 0-0 3, Lauren Hazel 1 0-2 2, Marie Hendrickson 1 1-2 3, Karly Morris 2 1-4 5, Millie Potter 0 1-2 1, Jessyca Stoepker 2 0-1 4, Taylor VantLand 4 0-0 8. Totals 11 3-11 26.
3-Point Goals – Perry 1 (Kelsey Finch 1), Lakewood 1 (Emily Barker 1). Total fouls – Perry 15, Lakewood 15

ST. JOHNS 50, McBAIN 41
DETROIT — Chloe Waszak led St. Johns with 14 points in a nonleague win over McBain (4-1) in the Motor City Roundball Classic. Tori Henning scored nine points and Katie Maloney added seven for the Redwings (2-5).
St. Johns    1    14    21    14    —    50
McBain    16    11    4    10    —    41
St. Johns
Tori Henning 2 4-6 9, Ellie Kebler 3 0-1 6, Katie Maloney 3 1-1 7, Taylor Pitman 2 0-0 4, Teanna VanHorn 1 0-0 2, Chloe Waszak 6 2-4 14, Bailey Weber 1 0-0 2, Claire Whitford 3 0-3 6. Totals 21 7-15 50.
McBain
Madison Barnette 1 0-0 2, Meredith Hamlet 5 8-8 20, Kara Hughston 1 4-4 6, Michaela Koopman 1 0-0 2, Asia Lagrow 2 0-0 4, Katelyn Loeks 3 1-1 7. Totals 13 13-13 41.
3-Point Goals – St. Johns 1 (Tori Henning 1), McBain 2 (Meredith Hamlet 2). Total fouls – St. Johns 16, McBain 18. Fouled out – Kara Hughston, Meredith Hamlet.

PORTLAND 42, NAPOLEON 41
PARMA — Allie Grys hit two free throws with two-tenths of a second left on the clock to lift the Raiders (6-1) over Napoleon (4-2) in the first round of the Parma Jackson County Western Holiday Invitational. Allison Russell led Portland with 20 points, including four 3-pointers.
Portland    11    12    9    10    —    42
Napoleon    2    8    17    14    —    41
Portland
Chloe Adams 1 0-2 2, Madison Adams 0 1-2 1, Katie Blake 0 1-2 1, Ariel Davids 1 0-0 2, Allie Grys 2 3-4 8, Lexi Petersen 0 1-2 1, Olivia Roe 2 2-4 7, Allison Russell 8 0-0 20. Totals 14 8-16 42.
Napoleon
M. Fairbanks 3 4-4 10, K. Jester 4 0-0 9, B. Leutz 1 2-2 4, D. Maxsom 0 3-4 3, K. Parks 1 0-0 2, T. Staggemeir 5 0-2 13. Totals 14 9-12 41.
3-Point Goals – Portland 6 (Allie Grys 1, Olivia Roe 1, Allison Russell 4), Napoleon 4 (K. Jester 1, T. Staggemeir 3). Total fouls – Portland 15, Napoleon 18

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High school results from 12/15/13 LSJ

HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL: RESULTS
GRAND LEDGE 65, SEXTON 55

Cassell Jones scored 24 points along with six assists and four steals to lead Grand Ledge (1-0) in its CAAC Blue victory over the Big Reds (0-1). Sexton was led by Randy Parker with 20 points and Austin Johnson added 10. J.T. Houghton contributed 18 points and eight rebounds for the Comets.
Grand Ledge    15    11    19    20    —    65
Sexton    8    26    9    12    —    55
Grand Ledge
Malek Adams 3 0-0 6, Josh Arbour 0 0-1 0, Cameron Conley 1 0-0 2, Jordan Goebel 0 1-3 1, Mitchell Hankerd 3 0-0 6, Josh Horford 2 0-0 4, J. T. Houghton 5 5-6 18, Cassell Jones 9 5-12 24, Jake Wilson 1 2-2 4. Totals 24 13-24 65.
Sexton
Jay Alvarez 3 1-2 8, Avonte Bell 1 2-6 4, Ardis Davis 0 1-2 1, Austin Johnson 5 0-4 10, Girard Lewis 2 1-5 5, Malik Mack 1 1-2 4, Randy Parker 7 3-3 20, . Taylor 0 1-2 1. Totals 19 10-26 55.
3-Point Goals – Grand Ledge 4 (J. T. Houghton 3, Cassell Jones 1), Lansing Sexton H.S. 5 (Jay Alvarez 1, Malik Mack 1, Randy Parker 3). Team fouls: Grand Ledge 25, Sexton 20

EASTSIDE SELAH CHRISTIAN 58, BUTTERNUT HOMESCHOOL 46
INDIANAPOLIS–Tyler Endsley scored 22 points along with 10 rebounds and three steals to lead Butternut (3-9) in its third game Border-Battle Tournament loss to Eastside. In the first two games of the tournament Butternut lost 75-57 to the Horizon Jaguars and 60-45 to the Noblesville Lions.
Butternut Homeschool    18    5    9    14    —    46
Eastside Selah Christian    11    19    12    16    —    58
Butternut Homeschool
Karl Atkins 3 1-2 8, Tyler Endsley 10 1-2 22, Benjamin Gehrke 2 2-2 6, Bobby Ross 1 1-2 3, Tom Ross 1 0-0 2, Elijah Wyman 2 0-0 5. Totals 19 5-8 46.
3-Point Goals – Butternut Home 3 (Karl Atkins 1, Tyler Endsley 1, Elijah Wyman 1). Team fouls: Butternut 15, Eastside 16

GIRLS BASKETBALL: RESULT
CARSON CITY-CRYSTAL 39, PORTLAND ST. PATRICK 30

PORTLAND–Tori Christiansen scored 18 points and had nine rebounds to lead Carson City-Crystal in its nonleague victory over Portland St. Patrick (2-2). Mackenzie Geister contributed 12 points and seven assists for the Eagles, while the Shamrocks (2-2) were led by Danielle Simon with six points.
Carson City- Crystal    7    11    8    13    —    39
Portland St. Patrick     7    6    12    5    —    30
Carson City- Crystal
Tori Christiansen 5 8-8 18, Mikayla Duflo 1 0-1 3, Mackenzie Geister 3 5-6 12, Tia Jolls 2 0-0 4, Jenna Schneider 1 0-0 2. Totals 12 13-15 39.
Portland St. Patrick
Sydney Bartlett 2 0-0 4, Lily Pung 2 0-0 4, Danielle Simon 2 2-2 6, Mackenzie Smith 0 2-4 2, Amber Wieber 2 0-2 4, Amy Wieber 2 0-0 5, Brittni Wilcox 2 0-0 5. Totals 12 4-8 30.
3-Point Goals – Carson City- Crystal 2 (Mikayla Duflo 1, Mackenzie Geister 1), St. Patrick Jr/Sr 2 (Amy Wieber 1, Brittni Wilcox 1). Team fouls: St. Patrick 15, Carson City-Crystal 11

BOYS BOWLING: RESULTS
ITHACA 27, FREELAND 3

High series–Don Carl (I) 453, Blake Gulick (I) 423. High games–Don Carl (I) 255, Blake Gullick (I) 241, Joe Whitaker (I) 223

ITHACA 15, OVID-ELSIE 15
(Ithaca won on total points) defeated Ovid-Elsie 15-15 won on total points.
High series–Don Carl (I) 388, Joe Whitaker (I) 351. High games–Don Carl 205, 185. Record–Ithaca 4-0

HOCKEY: RESULT
EASTSIDE STARS 5, CAPITAL AREA PATRIOTS 3

Eastside goals–Andy Petersmark 2, Trace Woodworth 2, Caleb Eisenmann. Assists –Cullen Turner, Shayne Kelly 2, Andy Petersmark, Woodworth, TQ Hogan, Peter Vlahakis. Capital Area goals–Nick Sampson 2, Jason Bergeron. Assists–Erik Lundeek, Beau Idalski, Jacob Hanson. In goal–Ben Evert (ES) 13 saves, Colin VanWyke (CAP) 30 saves. Record–Capital Area Patriots 3-3

BOYS SWIMMING AND DIVING: RESULTS
GRAND RAPIDS SPRINTS

Team scores–Mattawan 277, Loy Norrix 233, Manistee 217, Wayland 177, Middleville TK-Hastings 160, Ionia 137, Ottawa 121, Eaton Rapids/Charlotte 90, Ludington 30, Grand Rapids West Catholic 27, Union 22, Muskegon Catholic Central 8
Top local placers
200 relay– 9. Ionia (L. Van Ess, R. Penn, D. Perry, P. Pelon) 1:58.6
50 back–1. Skyler Fish (I) 26.76, 13. Graham Cornish (ERC) 33.15
200 fly relay–10. Eaton Rapids/Charlotte (J. Carpenter, Z. Cochrane, A. Fulger, C. Kelley) 2:14.29
50 free–2. Skyler Fish (I) 23.56, 8. Ryan Binkowski (ERC) 24.84
100 IM–8. Ryan Binkowski (ERC) 1:05.77, 10. Luke Van Ess (I) 1:08.78
200 breaststroke relay–6. Eaton Rapids/Charlotte (B. Barningham, S. Bradford, G. Cornish, A. Reynolds) 2:31.76
50 fly–7. Peter Pelon (I) 27.87
200 back relay–9. Eaton Rapids/Charlotte (A. Fulger, J. Carpenter, S. Bradford, B. Payne) 2:21.04
50 breaststroke–1. Skyler Fish (I) 30.5, 7. Bradley Barningham (ERC) 34.04, 8. Reise Penn (I) 34.09, 12. Andrew Reynolds (ERC) 35.02
200 free relay–3. Ionia (R. Penn, L. Van Ess, P. Pelon, S. Fish) 1:38.97, 4. Eaton Rapids/Charlotte (A. Reynolds, S. Archey, J. Silvers, R. Binkowski) 1:43.85

WRESTLING
CENTRAL MONTCALM TOURNAMENT

Team results: Carson City-Crystal 64, New Lothrop 12; Carson City-Crystal 75, Greenville B 6; Carson City-Crystal 84, Breckenridge 0; Carson City-Crystal 62, Mount Pleasant 12; Carson City-Crystal 58, Cental Montcalm 21
Carson City-Crystal unbeaten wrestlers: Dallas O’Green (125) 5-0, Dillen Decker (160) 5-0, Darren Decker (171) 5-0, Ryan Argersinger (103) 5-0, Taylor Barkley (112) 5-0, Alex Baker (119) 5-0, Austin Hopkins (215) 5-0, Shane Wiggins (135) 4-0, Garner Cusack (140) 4-0
Record–Carson City-Crystal 5-0

HOLLAND DUALS
St. Johns 84, Holland 0; St. Johns 66, Rochester 8; St. Johns 40, Hartland 21; St. Johns 77, Fremont 6; St. Johns 33, Detroit Catholic Central 31
St. Johns undefeated wrestlers (all 5-0): Ian Parker (112) , Emilio Sanchez (103), Lucas McFarland (119), Zac Hall (145), Logan Massa (152), Angus Arthur (189)
Record: St. Johns 7-0

DANSVILLE INVITATIONAL
Team results: Linden 5-0, Dansville 3-2, Perry 3-2, Pinckney 2-3, Maple Valley 1-4, Grosse Pointe South 1-4
Dansville undefeated wrestlers: Clay Ragon, Dresden Simon, Ethan Myer

FRANKENMUTH DUALS
Team results: Mason 59, Port Huron Northern 16; Mason 60, Bay City Central 24; Mason 75, Saginaw Arthur Hill 0; Mason 57, Frankenmuth 18; Mason 15, Brandon 37
Mason undefeated wrestlers: Brad Wilton (152), Rylen Droscha (171), Sam Benson (285)

ICL HOLIDAY THROWBACK (at Williamston)
Team scores: DeWitt 284, South Lyon 213, Portland 194, Fowlerville 184, Williamston 139, Okemos 54, Stockbridge 30
First places: 103–Quintin Lopez (W). 112–Tyler Albarez (D), 119–Dalton Roberts (F), 125–Chandler Reed (D), 130–Bruce Buck (P), 135–Kam Melton (D), 140–Austin Melton (D), 145–Derek Gardiner (P), 152–Alex Young (P), 160–Tim McPhee (SL), 171–Justin Mielke (SL), 189–Mason Litz (F), 215–Patrick Burnham (P), 285–John Dixon (SL)

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High school results from 12/8/13 LSJ

HIGH SCHOOL: BOYS BOWLING RESULTS
ITHACA 29, SAGINAW SWAN VALLEY 1

Ithaca high series–Kaeden Greer 448, Joe Whitaker 418, Don Carl 374, Damion Howell 370. Ithaca high games–Greer 236, 212, Whitaker 225, Carl 202

ITHACA 22, SAGINAW VALLEY LUTHERAN 8
Ithaca high series–Don Carl 450, Kaeden Greer 383, Damion Howell 356, Ryan Scholeart 349. Ithaca high games–Carl 253, 197, Joe Whitaker 237, Greer 194

WRESTLING: RESULTS
ONSTED DUALS
Williamston 54, Webberville 12
Williamston 48, Clinton 36
Monroe Jefferson 60, Williamston 13
Williamston 38, Quincy 27
White Pigeon 48, Williamston 24

PORTLAND INVITATIONAL
DeWitt 53, Charlotte 21
DeWitt 53, Maple Valley 28
DeWitt 48, Laingsburg 30
DeWitt 69, Midland Bullock Creek 12
DeWitt 42, Portland 32
Portland 48, Maple Valley 21
Portland 48, Charlotte 23
Portland 69, Midland Bullock Creek 12
Portland 60, Laingsburg 22
Laingsburg 42, Ionia 39
Laingsburg 57, Midland Bullock Creek 22
Laingsburg 48, Waverly 27
Charlotte 57, Ionia 24
Charlotte 58, Waverly 18
Charlotte 62, Maple Valley 15
Ionia 54, Midland Bullock Creek 27
Ionia 42, Maple Valley 24
Waverly 42, Ionia 36
Maple Valley 36, Waverly 34
Midland Bullock Creek 54, Waverly 23
Area undefeated wrestlers:
Portland–145 Alex Young
Charlotte–171 Jake Gravina, 189 Mike Demello, 215 Chase Challender
Ionia–103 Cameron Malhich
Laingsburg–160 Austin Eggleston, 189 Tristan Butler, Malachi Marshall 135
Waverly–140 Jordan Potter
DeWitt–112 Tyler Alvarez, 119 Jaden Madina, 125 Chandler Reed, 140 Auston Melton, 160 Josh Whiteman

ROCHESTER DUALS
Holt 66, Utica Ford 17
Holt 50, Rochester 22
Holt 62, Grand Blanc 13
Holt 57, Brownstown Woodhaven 17
Holt 27, Macomb Dakota 43
Holt undefeateds–112 Benny Gomez, 125 Martin Rodriguez, 130 Zane Perez, 135 Colin Leyrer

WARREN WOODS TOWER DUALS
Eaton Rapids 54, Richmond 24
Canton 45, Eaton Rapids 28
Eaton Rapids 45, Lapeer West 22
Eaton Rapids 54, Clarkston 24
Clio 39, Eaton Rapids 27
Eaton Rapids undefeateds–135 Jaedin Sklapski, 140 Lane Vicker

EAST KENTWOOD INVITATIONAL
Teams–St. Johns 5-0, Detroit Catholic Central 4-1, Hartland 4-1, Greenville 3-2, Allegan 3-2, Clarkston 2-3, Rochester 2-3, East Kentwood 1-4, Fremont 1-4, Holland 0-5
Round 1
Detroit Catholic Central 64, East Kentwood 18
Allegan 47, Clarkston 15
St. Johns 84, Holland 0
Hartland 61, Fremont 6
Round 2
Allegan 64, East Kentwood 3
Detroit Catholic Central 49, Greenville 18
St Johns 66, Rochester 8
Hartland 84, Holland 0
Round 3
Allegan 51, Greenville 19
Clarkston 69, East Kentwood 12
Hartland 71, Rochester 3
Fremont 50, Holland 19
Round 4
Detroit Catholic Central 48, Allegan 21
Greenville 47, East Kentwood 20
St Johns 77, Fremont 6
Rochester 52, Holland 21
Round 5
Detroit Catholic Central 48, Allegan 21
Greenville 41, Clarkston 33
St Johns 40, Hartland 21
Rochester 39, Freemont 36
Round 6
St Johns 35, Detroit Catholic Central 33
Hartland 49, Allegan 19
Greenville 44, Rochester 24
Clarkston 52, Freemont 23
East Kentwood 40, Holland 37
St. Johns undefeateds–112 Ian Parker, 135 Rhett Fedewa, 145 Zac Hall, 152 Logan Massa, 189 Angus Arthur

BROOKLYN COLUMBIA CENTRAL DUALS
Mason 51, Brooklyn Columbia Central 24
Mason 60, Coldwater 15
Mason 38, Fair Haven New Baltimore Anchor Bay 35
Mason 43, Sand Creek 33
Tecumseh 42, Mason 34
Mason undefeateds–140 Connor Clark, 145 Chase Roberts, 152 Brad Wilton, 171 Rylen Droscha

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High school results from 12/3/13 LSJ

GIRLS BASKETBALL: RESULTS
LESLIE 55, POTTERVILLE 14

POTTERVILLE — Hunter Fedewa scored 14 points and Emily Hanson added 10 points and nine rebounds to lead the Blackhawks (1-0) in their victory over Potterville (0-1). Annie Davis made seven steals to go along with her six points for Potterville. Janessa Burdick and Jackie McElhaney scored a combined eight points for the Vikings.
Leslie    17    16    10    12    —    55
Potterville     4    6    2    2    —    14
Leslie
Katelyn Bennett 1 0-1 2, Josie Burlison 0 2-2 2, Annie Davis 2 2-2 6, Alexis Devlin 1 0-0 2, Alyssa Droscha 1 0-2 2, Hunter Fedewa 6 2-2 14, Zoe Feighner 0 0-0 0, Emily Hanson 4 2-5 10, Nicole Kibbey 2 0-0 4, Ashley Medcoff 3 2-2 8, Stephanie Neff 0 0-0 0, Vanisa Patel 2 0-0 5. Totals 22 10-14 55
Potterville
Justice Britten 1 1-4 3, Janessa Burdick 2 0-0 4, Taryn Hayes 0 0-4 0, Katie Holben 0 0-0 0, Rachel Holliday 0 0-0 0, Logan Marsh 0 1-3 1, Jackie McElhaney 0 4-5 4, Samantha Stanton 0 2-6 2
3-point goals – Leslie 1 (Vanisa Patel 1), Total fouls – Leslie 18. JV score – Leslie 29, Potterville 16

PORTLAND ST. PATRICK 58, VESTABURG 23
PORTLAND — Danielle Simon led the Shamrocks (1-0) to a victory over Vestaburg (0-1) with 16 points, eight rebounds and four assists. Bailey Schneider contributed 12 points and five steals for St. Patrick in their first game of the season.
Vestaburg    7    4    3    9    —    23
St. Patrick    17    11    20    10    —    58
Vestaburg
Ashley Beach 0 1-2 1, Riley Dove 3 2-6 8, Shana Fisk 0 2-2 2, Chelsea Grover 1 0-0 2, Erika Noe 2 0-0 4, Elizabeth Stanton 1 0-4 2, Rebekah Wrisley 2 0-0 4. Totals 9 5-14 23
Portland St. Patrick
Sydney Bartlett 2 0-0 4, Mari Behovitz 0 0-0 0, Allison Hodge 0 0-2 0, Lily Pung 0 2-4 2, Kendall Schrauben 1 0-0 2, Bailey Scnneider 5 0-0 12, Clara Shattuck 1 0-0 2, Danielle Simon 7 2-2 16, Mackenzie Smith 3 0-0 6, Amber Wieber 4 0-0 8, Amy Wieber 1 0-0 2, Brittni Wilcox 1 2-8 4, Taylor Wilcox 0 0-0 0. Totals 23 6-16 58
3-point goals – St. Patrick (Bailey Scnneider 2), Total Fouls – St. Patrick 10. JV score-St. Patrick d. Vestaburg 40-16

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