WHITMER 55, SPRINGFIELD 43 Allie Clayton finished with 16 points as the Panthers (8-5) won at home in girls basketball on Tuesday night. Sydney Powhida scored 10 points for the Blue Devils (12-3). PETTISVILLE 49, SWANTON 41 SWANTON — Dana Fricke
Zordich named secondary coach; son Jay to lead tight ends.
Offensive line among many uncertainties.
Copeland leads Rams; Darrington paces Bulldogs.
One of the nation’s top high school tight ends will announce his college decision on Feb. 4, and his decision will involve Michigan. Chris Clark, a 6-foot-6, 247-pound tight end from Avon (Conn.) Old Farms School, is expected to decide between
NOTRE DAME 59, N. CANTON HOOVER 32 BERLIN, Ohio — Kaayla McIntyre scored 25 to lead the Eagles to a Classic in the Country victory Monday in girls basketball. Mariah Copeland had 13 and Christiana Jefferson 11 for the Eagles (12-1). Lexi Manos
QB picked OSU over Toledo and led the Buckeyes to national crown.
Irish have 5 champions to claim 1st title since 1963.
Men LOURDES 58, MADONNA 53 The host Gray Wolves (11-9, 7-5 WHAC) were led by Zach Steinmetz, who scored 17 points. E.J. Blackwell had 15, Jake DuPree had 14, and Julian Johnson added 10. Madonna was paced by Khalil Malone and Shaun Duncan, who
Rookie had hot start after college career.