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PREP GIRLS BASKETBALL ROUND-UP: Clare, St. Louis, Chip Hills all notch wins

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ROSCOMMON – Clare’s girls team improved to 9-1 overall and to 7-0 in JPC action Thursday as it beat host Roscommon 56-29.

Lindsay Winter had 24 points with Corinne Wezensky adding in 10, Lexi Harton eight and Alex Stark six.

St. Louis 62, Valley Lutheran 33

The St. Louis girls topped Saginaw Valley Lutheran 62-33 Thursday to improve to 9-1 overall and to 6-0 in conference action.

The Sharks led 25-18 at the half and put it out of reach in the third via a 21-6 run.

Taylor Smith had 12 points with Ryan Fagins adding in 10. Michaela Austin also had 10 points and seven assists while Ashtyn Maniez had 11 points.

Chippewa Hills 66, Hesperia 29

Chippewa Hills’ girls team notched a CSAA win Thursday as it topped visiting Hesperia 66-29.

The Warriors (7-2, 6-2) took a 13-3 lead at the end of one and never looked back.

Hannah Guy had 16 points to lead the way while Kendall Boone had 13, Blake Kuzma 10 and Callee Stirn eight. Olivia Wolfe also had six points.

Sanford-Meridian 53, Farwell 50, OT

Farwell’s girls basketball team dropped a tough overtime conference contest Thursday as it fell at home to Sanford-Meridian 53-50.

The Eagles (4-5, 3-4) took a 21-11 lead in the first and went into the break leading 30-24. However the Mustangs kicked up their heels in the second half and went on a 14-5 run in the third before winning it in OT.

Caron White had 17 points and seven boards for Farwell while Kate Saupe had eight points and nine caroms. Jenna McKinley added in seven points and four assists with Selena DeLeon adding in five points and nine boards.

Pine River 38, Beal City 30

Beal City’s girls basketball team fell to 5-5 overall and to 4-2 in Highland Conference action Thursday as it lost to LeRoy Pine River 38-30 at home.

Melanie Schafer and Jordan Schneider both had nine points while Schneider added in 11 rebounds.

Addie Schumacher had seven points and 13 rebounds with Anna Reihl adding in three points.

Breckenridge 31, Carrollton 29

CARROLLTON – Breckenridge’s girls basketball team improved to 7-3 on the season Thursday as it beat host Carrollton 31-29.

Erika Wendling had 11 points while Gabby Foor and Emily Chapin both had six for the Huskies.

MLS 42, Ithaca 32

SAGINAW – Ithaca’s girls basketball team fell to 2-8 on the season Thursday via a 42-32 loss to Michigan Lutheran Seminary.

Lacie Mates had 10 points for the Jackets while Maddy Brock had eight. Kylee Chaffin and Brooklyn Dolloff both added in four points apiece.

Last Updated: 1/16/2014 10:25:08 PM EST