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Boys basketball

Concord 53, Jonesville 45: The Yellow Jackets erased a three-point first half deficit at home on Friday. 

Jackson 47, Chelsea 45: The Vikings outscored Chelsea 18-6 in the final quarter to pull out the win. Terrell White scored 14 points to lead the Vikings to the win. 

Western 58, Lumen Christi 44: Western High School completed the sweep of the Titans with a victory in the boys’ varsity game. 

Marshall 69, Northwest 48

Girls basketball

East Jackson 48, Napoleon 23: The Trojans outscored the Pirates 24-3 in the first half. Mariah Kerley scored 17 points and grabbed five rebounds and Savana Stewart added 10 points and four steals for East Jackson. 

Chelsea 57, Jackson 30

Western 74, Lumen Christi 14: Reece Hitt finished with 15 points as four Western players finished in double figures against the Titans. Alyna Lewis and Hillary Griffin finished with 14 points apiece, and Madi Wolf added 13 points for Western (11-0). Camy Crandall scored eight points to lead Lumen Christi (0-10). 

Marshall 52, Northwest 45 

Springport 52, Bronson 48: The Spartans avenged an earlier loss, 66-28. Maddux Overweg scored 22 points and tallied seven steals and Ryann Locke scored 18 points, grabbed 15 rebounds, dished six assists, had five steals and two blocked shots. Springport is now 6-3 overall, 3-2 in the Big Eight. 

Concord 58, Union City 50 

Michigan Center 55, Hanover-Horton 42: The Cardinals outscored the Comets 21-8 in the fourth quarter to pull out the win.   Three players scored in double figures for Michigan Center (4-4) as Julia Reynolds scored 14 points, Samantha Wynn added 13 points, and Kamryn Shannon finished with 11 points. Hanover-Horton (2-8) was led by Natalie Krage with nine points and Madison Corser with eight points and seven rebounds.  

Competitive cheer

Springport at Whitmore Lake Inv.: The Spartans finished fourth at the competition with a score of 322. 

Northwest at Gull Lake Inv.: The Mounties finished sixth overall with a three-round total of 581. 

Boys Bowling

Grass Lake 28, Hanover-Horton 2: Ben Childs finished with a 447 series and Bryce Blackledge rolled a 203 game for the Comets. Grass Lake was led by Jack Marshall with a 482 series, Brenton Cochrane rolled a 452 series, and Ben Harris tallied a 435 series for Grass Lake. The Warriors remained undefeated in Cascades Conference with the win. 

Vandercook Lake 27, Michigan Center 3: Camren Lackey rolled a 201 and Colby LaRock finished with a 191 for the Jayhawks. Owen Bunch rolled the high game of the night for the Cardinals with a 236. 

Girls Bowling

Grass Lake 24, Hanover-Horton 6: Taylor Mosher rolled a 191 game, Cierra Chapo bowled a 168 game, and Annabelle Miller finished with a 164 game for the Warriors. Makenzie Lafountain rolled a 161 game for Hanover-Horton, Lana Gilliard bowled a 155, and Halle Curtis a 152 game. 

Vandercook Lake 16, Michigan Center 14


Lumen Christi 6, Michigan Marauders 1: Anthony Donnelly earned his first win in net for the Titans. First high school goals were scored by Isaac Rehberg, Isaiah Dinerno, and Matthew Whitton for Lumen Christi (11-3). 


Western 126.1, Adrian 97.025: Shelby Koehler won the vault and the floor exercise with a personal best 8.6 for Western. Kenzie Hiler won the bars and Nora Nash won the beam for the Panthers. 

On Deck Jan. 22, 2022

Boys basketball

Concord at Springport 5:30 p.m. 


Columbia Central, Concord, Grass Lake, Hanover-Horton, Napoleon at Quincy Inv. 9 a.m. 

Jackson at Kalamazoo Central Inv. 9 a.m. 

Northwest at Lowell Inv. Noon

Western at Holt Inv. 9 a.m. 

Competitive cheer

Columbia, Concord, Lumen Christi at Michigan Center Inv. 10 a.m. 


Columbia Central at Hillsdale jamboree 9 a.m. 

Mel Wolf Invitational (JAX 60) 8:30 a.m. 


Jackson at Bedford (Toledo Ice House) 6 p.m. 

Portland at Lumen Christi (Optimist) 6 p.m.

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