Whiteford 70, Whitmore Lake 63
WHITMORE LAKE, Mich. — Colin Lake poured in 44 points as Whiteford (3-1) rolled Friday night in a Tri-County Conference boys basketball game.
Zach Perry added 10 points for the Bobcats.
Gunner McGibbon paced Whitmore Lake (2-2) with 15 points while Chris White notched 14.
Bedford 73, Ann Arbor Pioneer 56
TEMPERANCE — Jeremy Harris scored 21 points and grabbed 22 rebounds to lead the Kicking Mules.
Brad Boss added 20 points for Bedford (2-1) and Dylan Barr had 10.
Trey Wallace paced Pioneer (0-3) with 11 points.
Fremont Ross 52, Whitmer 50
Jack Gedeon hit a jump shot for the Little Giants to tie the game at 50 with less than 10 seconds, then stole the inbounds pass and made the game-winning layup as time expired.
Gedeon led Ross (3-2, 1-2 TRAC) with 15 points in the road win. Dylan Jogodzinski and Jarvis Jones added 10.
Jon Ashe paced Whitmer (1-4, 1-3) with 16 points. Sam Hickey added 12 and Chris Parker 11.
St. John’s 53, St. Francis 41
Anthony Glover tallied 21 points as St. John’s won at Savage Arena.
Parker Ernsthausen added 14 points for the Titans (4-2).
Jacob Lang led St. Francis (2-3) with seven points.
Rogers 60, Woodward 35
Brandon Austin had 20 points and Tameron Copeland added 18 for the Rams. Daeshawn Jackson chipped in 14.
The Polar Bears were led by Ramoan Fane with 14 points.
Central Catholic 61, Clay 35
Nate Harris led a balanced scoring attack for the host Irish with 12 points.
Anthony Ramirez tallied 19 for the Eagles.
Waite 61, Start 56
Phillip Darrington led host Waite (2-2, 1-1) with 17 points.
Alec Haslet added 14 points, Eric Neal 13, and Kelvin Downer 10.
Richard Linn paced Start (0-6, 0-2) with 15 points, while Hermonte Scott had 11.
Findlay 76, Lima Senior 53
LIMA — Adam Twining scored half of his game-high 20 points at the free throw line as the Trojans rolled.
Michael Clark finished with 15 points and Austin Gutting added 13 for Findlay (6-0, 4-0 TRAC).
Jay Thomas led Lima Senior (2-4, 1-3) with 12 points. Rico Stafford added 11.
Eastwood 87, Genoa 46
PEMBERVILLE — Jake Schmeltz pumped in 24 points to lead the Eagles (2-3).
Grant Peters scored 16 points and Zach Jacoby with 14.
Amos Kauder scored 12 for the Comets (2-5), while Luke Rightnowar added 11.
Rossford 67, Fostoria 50
FOSTORIA — Rossford raced out to a 16-9 edge after the first quarter and never looked back.
Derek Mack led the Bulldogs with 14 points, Mack Miller had 13, and Brian Burks 12.
Hunter Abell and Bishop Mahan tallied eight points each for Fostoria.
Swanton 60, Northwood 20
Clayton Ringle had 12 points, while Liam Bloom had 11 and Isaac Niedzwiecki 10 to lead a balanced attack for the host Bulldogs (2-4).
Jay Johnson led Northwood (0-5) with six points.
Otsego 47, Woodmore 36
TONTOGANY — Jalen Myers poured in 22 points and Schyler Scherff added 10 for the Knights (3-2, 2-1 NBC).
The Wildcats (1-5, 1-3) were led by Sean Mullin with 10.
Sandusky Perkins 69, Port Clinton 49
PORT CLINTON — Nic Williams tallied 25 points for Perkins (4-1).
Kyle Lewis added 17 points for the Pirates, while Chase Green had 10.
Stefan Daniels scored 11 points to lead Port Clinton (3-3).
Carey 73, Lakota 36
KANSAS — Bryan Powers and Jared Wentling both scored 21 points for Carey (4-2, 3-0 MAL).
Josh Kirkpatrick finished with 15 points and Dakota Bowling 10 for Lakota (2-5, 1-3).
Fremont St. Joseph 66, Danbury 56
FREMONT — Ryan Williams scored 22 points for Fremont St. Joseph. Hunter Harrison added 20.
Dominic Manuella and John Rhodes scored 14 points each to lead Danbury. Caleb Gerber added 11.
Tiffin Calvert 45, North Baltimore 40
NORTH BALTIMORE — Mike Bennett pumped in 17 points and Austin Ball added 15 for Tiffin Calvert.
Lane Bishop scored 11 for the North Baltimore. Jacob Frost added 10.
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