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BOYS BASKETBALL ROUNDUP 1-25: Richmond wins seventh straight

Stevenson tops arch rival Eisenhower

MAC RED DIVISION

DAKOTA 38, EAST DETROIT 22: The scoreboard inside was as cold as the weather outside as Dakota ground out a tough win in a Red Division defensive battle. Quavon Irby led the way for Dakota with eight points, eight rebounds, three steals and two blocks, while Connor Wonsowicz and Brian Orr added seven points each while D. J. Lazarus had seven points and five assists for Dakota (6-4, 3-2). For East Detroit (3-5, 1-3), Eahn Blackwell had 11 points.

Dakota at East Detroit

Dakota 11 9 8 10 -- 38

East Detroit 7 8 3 4 -- 23

DAKOTA (6-4, 3-2): Connor Wonsowicz 8, D.J. Lazarus 7, Brian Orr 8, Quavon Irby 8, Kyle Stafford 7. Totals: 12 (3) 5-7 38.

EAST DETROIT (3-5, 1-3): Eahn Blackwell 11, , Tyrell Yharbrough 4, DaMarques Taylor 2, Tra’mein Springfield 5. Totals: 6 (3) 1-5 22.



COUSINO 63, ROMEO 55: Power forward Daymen Hardges led the Patriots with a double-double – 20 points and 13 rebounds. He also had four blocks.

Tony Aldridge added 10 points and eight rebounds.

Romeo was paced by Drew Cushingberry’s 20 points.

Cousino travels to Eisenhower on Tuesday night.

Romeo 9 12 18 16 -- 55

Cousino 23 8 19 13 -- 63

ROMEO (5-6, 1-4): Drew Cushingberry 20, Adam Davis 12, Antonio Compo 13, Jon Towne 1, Blake Williams 4, Romer 3, Lababere 2. Totals: 13 (5) 14-22 - 55.

COUSINO (6-4, 3-2): Tony Aldridge 10, Emir Livadic 3, Raphael Reese 3, Darnell Parham 2, Kyle Dunaj 2, Zack Meyers 6, Cory Vicks 10, Steven Youanis 7, Daymen Hardges 20. Totals: 18 (4) 15-27 - 63.



MAC WHITE DIVISION

WARREN-MOTT 76, UTICA 53: Define perfection: How about Warren-Mott in MAC White play? The Marauders raised their record to 5-0 in the league, 9-1 overall.

Junior guard Kenny Goins scored 21, snared 10 rebounds and had five blocks. Keith Phillips also had 21 points, and senior point guard Blake Jackson finished with 16 points and eight steals.

Utica’s Blake Vallie scored 12 and Mike Russell added 10 points.

On Tuesday, the Marauders travel to Roseville.

Utica 11 13 15 14 -- 53

Warren-Mott 26 20 17 13 -- 76

UTICA (0-5, 0-11): Blake Vallie 12, Austin Jakubik 4, Mike Russell 10, Sam Goepper 2, Parker Chmiel 5, Liam Mancini 5, Libin Vaidyan 1, Mitch vonZittwitz 6, Will Young 8.

WARREN-MOTT (5-0, 9-1): Stef Johnson 5, Vondale Kelley 5, Darius Siebert 4, Blake Jackson 16, Keith Phillips 21, Kenny Goins 21, Kaleb Towns 2, Romello Sutters 2. Totals: 33 (4) 6-10 - 76.



FORD 75 ROSEVILLE 68: The Falcons fought off a furious 30-point fourth-quarter rally by the Panthers and posted their fourth consecutive victory.

They were led by Ryan Ausbrooks’ 17 points and Bogart Lipe’s 16 points. Joe Guido chipped in 15 for Ford.

The Roseville tandem of Elijah Collier and Anthony Capano scored 25 and 22 respectively.

Ford travels to Grosse Pointe North Thursday.

Roseville 12 8 8 30 -- 68

Ford 16 18 20 21 -- 75

ROSEVILLE (4-7, 2-3): Anthony Capano 22, Zach Waid 6, Andre Goodhand 3, Adrian Simley 3, Elijah Collier 25, Jerry Mathis 9. Totals: 20 (4) 16-25 - 68.

FORD (6-6, 5-1): Tim Leach , Ryan Ansbrooks , Anthony Rasho 4, Evan Gale 3, Ryan Ausbrooks 17, Donovin Stewart 3, Bogart Lipe 16, Jon Combs 11, Joe Guido 15, Haris Causevic 2, Aurel Alia 4. Totals: 18 (6) 21-28 - 75.



GROSSE POINTE NORTH 49, L’ANSE CREUSE 39: Justin Kennedy, a junior forward, had 10 points, 12 rebounds and four blocked shots to lead Grosse Pointe North. Jacob Zacharias led the Norsemen in scoring with 15 points. John Johnson led L’Anse Creuse with 12 points. Grosse Pointe North plays Stevenson on Tuesday as both teams complete the first half of their division schedules.

L’Anse Creuse 9 10 11 9 -- 39

GP North 6 7 16 20 -- 49

L’ANSE CREUSE (): Max Cook 8, Nick Arnold 3, Matt Bahri 2, Ben Dahalic 4, John Johnson 12, DJ Lampkin 2, Maerit Riley 4, RJ Vann 4. Totals: 18 (2) 1-7 -- 39.

GROSSE POINTE NORTH (3-2, 6-4): Robert Tillman 2, Taiwan Wiggens 11, Chris Doherty 5, Tim Herd 4, Jacob Zacharias 15, Tyler Rheaume 2, Justin Kennedy 10. Totals: 19 (3) 8-12 – 49.



MAC BLUE DIVISION

FRASER 48, PORT HURON NORTHERN 43: Justin Hudson scored 15 points and had five assists, and he canned three of Fraser’s seven 3-point field goals, as the Ramblers improved to 5-1 in the division. Nolan Linville scored 13 points and had 10 rebounds for the Ramblers, who have won five of their last six games. Kenny Logan had 10 points, including six on a pair of triples. Micah Moore had 14 points and Trace Grain 13 for Port Huron Northern. Fraser is idle until next Friday, when it plays Madison in a division game.

PH Northern 14 5 13 11 -- 43

Fraser 8 25 6 9 -- 48

PORT HURON NORTHERN (1-4, 2-8): Lucas Opplinger 2, Alex McMath 4, Micah Moore 14, Trace Grain 13, Jack Trimble 6, Donovan Barnes 4. Totals: 17 (3) 6-10 -- 43.

FRASER (5-1, 8-4): Kenny Logan 10, Zach Ferguson 7, Justin Hudson 15, Frank Gregory 3, Nolan Linville 13. Totals: 14 (7) 13-17 -- 48.



MAC GOLD DIVISION

NEW HAVEN 75, LINCOLN 52: Senior Jamael Bell scored 28 points and took 21 rebounds to lead New Haven. Bell scored 18 in the first half when the Rockets built a 38-25 lead. He finished the night with 12 field goals, including one dunk, and was 4-of-6 from the foul line. Sychar Sterling had 12 rebounds and Rayshawn Griffin seven assists for New Haven, which improved to 4-1 in division games and 9-1 overall. Brandon Hicks scored 18 to lead Lincoln.

Lincoln 13 12 17 10 -- 52

New Haven 20 18 18 19 -- 75

LINCOLN (2-3, 6-5): Dayshawn Hampton 4, Davon Hampton 10, Brad Freeman 3, Brandon Hicks 18, Andi Sadiq 4, Matt Henning 2, Julian Moore 6, Jesse Fowlkes 5. Totals: 23 (3) 3-4 -- 52.

NEW HAVEN (4-1, 9-1): Rico Cook 12, Rayshawn Griffin 10, Mike Kincaid 6, Tedaro France III 4, Sychar Sterling 10, Jamael Bell 28, Brandon Shacklett 3, Ryun Crayton 2. Totals: 30 (5) 10-13 -- 75.



MOUNT CLEMENS 73, ST. CLAIR 19: No Joshing, the visiting Bathers were knocking them down from beyond the arc. Josh McFolley scored 17 as Mount Clemens raised its record to 10-1 overall. The visitors hit 11 triples.

Aaron Gilliam added 14, Josh Branch s cored 10, and TaRayle Cates finished with 15 assists and five points.

St. Clair’s Clarke Lambe and Jared Tobey scored four each.

On Monday, the Bathers welcome Warren Woods-Tower.

Mount Clemens 21 25 22 5 -- 73

St. Clair 10 0 4 5 -- 19

MOUNT CLEMENS (10-1): Dorian Armstrong 3, Tariq Jones 7, Josh Branch 10, Aaron Gilliam 14, Josh McFolley 17, Jeremy Landers 8, TaRayle Cates 5, Charles Penn III 5, TJ Hare 2, Eric Rice 1. Totals: 26 (11) 10-15 -- 73.

ST. CLAIR: Bo Meldrum 2, Josh Barnes 3, Meyers 3, Clarke Lamb 4, Jared Tobey 4, Nolan Young 2. Totals: 6 (0) 7-15 -- 19.



MAC SILVER DIVISION

LAKEVIEW 53, LAKE SHORE 41: The duo of Robert Shields (16 points, 11 rebounds) and Gary Tilney (10 points, 11 rebounds) both picked up double-doubles for Lakeview (9-2, 5-2). Marquis Jones led the scoring with 17 points while Eric Cass handed out nine assists. For Lake Shore (4-8, 2-5) Jaylin Harris had 11 points.

Lake Shore 5 14 10 12 -- 41

Lakeview 14 17 7 15 -- 53

LAKE SHORE (4-8, 2-5): Jon Brown 4, Marcus Barnett 7, Michael Swarthout 5, Brandon Muraszewski 7, Jaylin Harris 11, Will Bobek 4, Hunter Holcomb 2, Randy Walton 1. Totals: 14 (1) 10-20 41.

LAKEVIEW (9-2, 5-2): Joe Habrowski 5, Gjohnson Biblekaj 2, Dlaino Paige 1, Marquis Jones 17, Robert Shields 16, Gary Tilney 10, Eric Cass 2. Totals: 17 (3) 10-25 53.



CENTER LINE 59, SOUTH LAKE 38: Junior forward Renard Mincey scored 15 points and took 14 rebounds to lead Center Line. Bryce Brock had 10 points and 10 rebounds for the Panthers. Center Line outscored the Cavaliers 38-14 in the second and third quarters combined. “We turned up the defense a little bit,” Panthers coach Jim Nelson said. “We went to full-court pressure.” Marcus Panyek had 11 points and five steals for Center Line. The Panthers play another St. Clair Shores school, Lakeview, on Tuesday.

South Lake 16 12 2 8 -- 38

Center Line 9 20 18 12 -- 59

SOUTH LAKE (2-4, 2-6): Anthony Terry 8, Damaris Heard 5, Kelsey Mallory 2, Jalen Hammons 1, Shawn Young 1, Jeff Golden 2, Jeremy Wright 9, Montez Foutner 5, Damone Tillman 5. Totals: 14 (2) 8-14 – 38.

CENTER LINE (3-3, 3-7): Renard Mincey 15, Marcus Panyek 11, Djuan Drake 14, Duane Sommers 3, Bryce Brock 10, Tyree Sims 6. Totals: 20 (3) 16-33 -- 59.



MAC CROSSOVER

STEVENSON 63, EISENHOWER 53: Tyler Sykes scored 20 points and Darrin Futch and Brandon Hughes added 19 apiece for Stevenson, which made 15 of 19 free throws in the fourth quarter to hold off arch rival Eisenhower. Nick Mearnic had 10 rebounds and two points. “He played a really good game,” Titans coach Bill Lerch said of the post player. Futch, Lerch added, “was so much in control. He played a great game.” Alek Frascone had 17 points for Eisenhower, which had won six of eight games entering the contest. “They’ve got a lot of weapons,” Lerch said of the Eagles. “We had a good defensive effort. It was our best game of the year. We’re on the right track.”

Stevenson 13 12 14 24 -- 63

Eisenhower 17 7 12 17 -- 53

STEVENSON (8-4): Darrin Futch 19, Trevon Bauch 2, Brandon Hughes 19, Nick Mearnic 2, Tyler Sykes 20, DJ Sutton 1. Totals: 19 (5) 20-25 -- 63.

EISENHOWER (6-5): Joey Zerafa 9, Alek Frascone 17, Charlie Hayes 3, Ryan Antishin 3, Dan Chmielewski 12, Mike Ribbing 3, Brandon Brundirks 4, David Curle 2. Totals: 18 (9) 8-11 -- 53.



BWAC

RICHMOND 58, ALMONT 56: Jake Schmidt scored 12 points and Keenan McCloskey added 11 as Richmond won its seventh consecutive game. Dave Schroudt had six rebounds for the Blue Devils, who led 22-21 at halftime and then outscored the Raiders 17-8 in the third quarter. Richmond’s bench outscored Almont’s 18-9.

Almont 15 6 8 17 -- 46

Richmond 10 12 17 19 -- 58

ALMONT: Mulligan 11, Dominic Curtis 10, Conner McCarthy 2, James Gilbert 6, Zeke Standfest 7, Brent Schapman 10. Totals: 18 (6) 4-8 -- 46.

RICHMOND: Evan Kratt 6, Dan Fistler 6, Dillon McInerney 9, Dave Schroudt 7, Dustin Leach 2, Keenan McCloskey 11, Jake Schmidt 12, Justin Weaver 5. Totals: 21 (4) 12-16 -- 58.



YALE 62, ARMADA 53: Trevor Holston scored 18 points and had nine rebounds for Armada, which was within two points (40-38) of the Bulldogs after three quarters. Travis Penzien scored 12 points and William Stark eight for the Tigers, who are 0-6 in conference games.



CATHOLIC LEAGUE CENTRAL DIVISION

DE LA SALLE 52, ORCHARD LAKE ST. MARY’S 50: Initial impressions; both A.J. and Zach led the way for the winning Pilots (4-1, 9-2).

Junior guard A.J. Turner finished with 15 points and 10 assists. Senior center Zach Paye had 15 points and 16 rebounds.

“Zach Paye was monumental for us tonight,” said Greg Esler, the De La Salle coach. “He hit two big 3s. Also, A.J. Turner hit some big shots in clutch situations.”

Orchard Lake St. Mary’s Matt Linehan and Ted McCree scored 16 each.

De La Salle travels to Catholic Central Tuesday.

OLSM 9 16 12 13 -- 50

DLS 15 13 17 7 -- 52

ORCHARD LAKE ST. MARY’S: Sam McClendon 8, Matt Linehan 16, Peter Bonde 8, Ted McCree 16, Luke Bauss 2. Totals: 20 (5) 5-5 -- 50.

DE LA SALLE (4-1, 9-2): Zach Paye 15, Tom Novak 8, A.J. Turner 15, Jimmy Chapman 3, Kevin McKay 6, Giovanni Rescigno 5. Totals: 20 (6) 6-8 -- 52.



CHARTER SCHOOL CONFERENCE

MICHIGAN COLLEGIATE 60, DEARBORN HENRY FORD 43: A strong-Willed individual helped the Cougars earn this win.

Although senior point guard Will Davis only scored one point, he tallied seven assists.

Teo Redding had 14 points and seven rebounds. Robert Curtis scored 13 and also grabbed seven boards. James King had eight points and seven rebounds. Junior shooting guard Brian Jones finished with 11 points and four assists.

On Tuesday, Summit Academy visits Michigan Collegiate (4-2, 7-4).

Collegiate 16 14 17 13 -- 60

Henry Ford 16 5 9 13 -- 43

MICHIGAN COLLEGIATE (4-2, 7-4): Will Davis 1, Brian Jones 11, Shumecio Gibson 2, Robert Curtis 13, David Baker 1, Devin Wynn 5, Damon Weems 3, James King 8, Teo Redding 14, Curtis Calloway 2. Totals: 26 (3) 5-14 - 60.

HENRY FORD (0-8): Kyle Harper 8, DeShawn Phillips 4, D’Anguo Williams 20, Leonard Turner 6, M. Matthew 5. Totals: 18 (4) 3-6 – 43.

Last Updated: 1/25/2013 11:51:01 PM EST

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