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Published: Tuesday, 2/11/2014

BOYS

Lake scores 41 for Bobcats

Bowsher’s King, Southview’s Morrison finish with 32

BLADE STAFF

Whiteford 82, Summerfield 49

OTTAWA LAKE, Mich. — Colin Lake pumped in 41 points to lead the Bobcats to a rout Tuesday night in boys basketball.

Lake swished four 3-pointers and recorded a team-high nine steals. Troy Diller added 11.

Tyler Vankainen led Summerfield with nine points.

Bedford 65, Adrian 43

TEMPERANCE — Dylan Barr scored 19 points to lead Bedford. Jeremy Harris added 12 for the Mules (9-6, 6-5 SEC).

Connor Dempsey scored 16 points to lead Adrian (3-11, 3-8).

Bowsher 89, Rogers 86

Dajuan King scored 32 points for the visiting Rebels, who made 14 of 15 free throws in the fourth quarter to seal the win.

Aundre Kizer added 22 points, Cam White 16, and Nate Allen 10 for Bowsher (17-2, 8-1 CL), which made 26 of 31 free throws.

Cameron Copeland led Rogers (8-8, 5-3) with 21 points. Omari Hicks had 20 points and Brandon Austin 17.

Start 69, Woodward 55

Richie Lynn scored 21 points to lead the Spartans (2-17, 1-8 CL). Mike Mitchell provided 17 points and Adam Willis finished with 10 points.

Ramoan Fane finished with 24 points and Craig Kirkwood added 21 for Woodward (9-10, 2-7).

Scott 64, Waite 44

Chris Darrington paced the Bulldogs (13-4, 8-1 CL) with 20 points. Chris Harris added 17 points and Percy Bogan was good for 10.

Taywyn Mason led Waite (5-14, 1-7) with 18 points and Erin Neal finished with 12.

Central Catholic 78, Fremont Ross 33

The Irish (15-2, 10-1 TRAC) led 40-18 at halftime. Jermiah Braswell scored 15, DeShone Kizer 11, and Tom Vetter 10.

Grant McConnell led the Little Giants (9-9, 4-8) with seven.

Southview 83, Northview 63

Matt Morrison sank six 3-pointers on his way to 32 points to lead the Cougars (14-5, 8-4 NLL). Nate Hall added 12 points.

Aerin West paced Northview (5-14, 3-9) with 24 points in a game it trailed 49-31 by halftime.

Springfield 53, Maumee 52

Manny Durden scored 22 points and Markese Hicks added 15 as the visiting Blue Devils (12-5, 8-3 NLL) prevailed in overtime.

Brian Utter scored 16 for the Panthers (3-15, 2-9), who rallied 16-11 in the fourth to force OT.

Napoleon 52, Bowling Green 50

BOWLING GREEN — Napoleon led 28-18 at halftime and held on. Blake Dunbar led the Wildcats (9-10, 6-6 NLL) with 15 points, Anson Lankenau scored 12, and Zach Willeman had 10.

LaMonta Stone poured in 23 for the Bobcats (4-16, 2-10) and Mitchell Gardner scored 11.

Elmwood 75, Genoa 68

BLOOMDALE—Jarrett Childress poured in 26 points, Aaron Arnold added 17, and Trevor Solether 14 for the Royals (5-14, 4-7 NBC).

Luke Rightnowar scored 22, Casey Gose 19, and Noah Goodrich 13 for the Comets (8-11, 6-6).

Otsego 51, Fostoria 42

FOSTORIA — Jalen Myers scored 23 and Schyler Scherff 10 for Otsego (8-10, 5-6 NBC).

Kobey Bemis led Fostoria (2-16, 0-12) with eight points.

Eastwood 73, Woodmore 45

PEMBERVILLE — Jake Schmeltz and Zach Jacoby each scored 18 points for the Eagles (12-5, 8-3 NBC). Grant Peters added 12.

Woodmore fell to 3-16, 3-9.

Toledo Christian 54,

Gibsonburg 52

Garshawn Paynther and Matthew Brumbuagh scored 11 points each for the balanced Eagles (12-7, 9-3 TAAC), while Ian Gibson and Kyle Kempton each scored 10.

Tyler Ernsthausen paced Gibsonburg (14-4, 7-4) with 15 points and Jordan Kreglow added 11.

Cardinal Stritch 46, Emmanuel Christian 28

The visiting Cardinals (8-9, 7-5 TAAC) won as Austin Adams and Kurt Zacharious each scored 11.

EC fell to 4-14, 1-11.

Ottawa Hills 43, Maumee Valley 28

The Green Bears (15-1, 11-0 TAAC) held the Hawks to only seven points in the second half. Geoff Beans had 16 points and R.J. Coil 13.

For the Hawks (13-5, 8-3), Marcus Knabbs scored 13.

Danbury 52, Northwood 40

LAKESIDE — Caleb Gerber had 15 points for Danbury (3-14, 2-8 TAAC). Dillan Cathers scored 16 for Northwood (1-16, 0-12).

Bryan 65, Delta 54

Austin Schimmoeller scored 22 points, Thomas Martin added 21, and the host Golden Bears (12-6, 6-1 NWOAL) rolled.

Justin Callahan led the Panthers (10-6, 3-3) with 12 points. Ethan Edwards added 11.



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