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Tuesday’s Prep Roundup: Stoney Creek earns overtime win over Lake Orion in boys basketball

  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)
  • Birmingham Groves picked up a 55-44 win over Birmingham Seaholm during Tuesday's rivalry game at Seaholm. (MIPrepZone photo by DREW ELLIS)

EDITOR’S NOTE: Included with the roundup is a photo gallery from Birmingham Groves’ 55-44 boys basketball road win against Birmingham Seaholm Tuesday. Click here to read the story.

ROCHESTER HILLS - Nate Davis finished with 18 points and Stoney Creek overcame a game-tying three-pointer in the final seconds of regulation from Lake Orion to earn a 60-55 overtime win in OAA Blue boys basketball action Tuesday.

Evan Becker added 16 points and Tanner Dean tallied 10 points for Stoney Creek (13-3 overall, 5-1 OAA Blue). Lake Orion (8-8 overall, 2-4 OAA Blue), which was led by Casey Stironek’s 17 points, forced overtime with a three-point basket in the final two seconds of regulation.

More Boys Basketball

- Orchard Lake St. Mary’s 38, Walled Lake Western 27 - At Walled Lake, C.J. Wilson finished with 16 points for St. Mary’s (11-5), while Delano Smith netted 17 points for Western (12-4).

- Clarkston 66, North Farmington 41 - At Farmington Hills, Dylan Alderson tallied 22 points and Foster Loyer added 21 points for Clarkston, which improves to 16-0 overall and 6-0 in the OAA Red. Amauri Hardy paced North Farmington (7-8, 3-3) with 20 points and Nate Brooks added 15 points.

- Troy Athens 58, Pontiac 48 (OT) - At Troy, Nik Cotton finished with 18 points and Taylor McCaskill sheeted 14 points for Athens (7-8 overall, 3-3 OAA White). Cleontai Brown totaled 12 points and 11 rebounds and Dorian Kellam added 10 points for Pontiac (0-6).

- Holly 71, Flint Kearsley 65 - At Flint, Nick Fenner tallied 24 points, Luke Copley supplied 15 points, Austin Harless recorded 13 points and Noah Baylis added nine assists for Holly (8-8).

- Southfield Christian 76, Grosse Pointe Woods University Liggett 30 - At Southfield, Brock Washington powered for 18 points and 10 rebounds to lead Southfield Christian (12-3, 10-0). Harlond Beverly also had 18 points while Caleb Hunter drained four 3-pointers for 12 points. Julius Hampton chipped in 11 points. Liggett was led by Jackson Walkowlak with 13 points.

- Troy 67, Oak Park 55 - At Troy, Leon Ayers tallied 25 points and Danny Sully added 16 points for Troy (11-4 overall, 4-2 OAA White). Roderick Gillison totaled 14 points for Oak Park (8-8, 3-3).

- West Bloomfield 65, Bloomfield Hills 57 - At West Bloomfield, Kevin McAdoo contributed 26 points and Tre Harvey notched 21 points for West Bloomfield (11-5 overall, 5-1 OAA Red). Justin Henry put in 19 points for Bloomfield Hills (1-5 OAA Red).

- Southfield A&T 72, Rochester Adams 63 - At Rochester Hills, Michael Flowers registered 28 points, six assists and five rebounds, Reme Torbert added 18 points and five assists, George Osborne provided 14 points and Tyler Nelson had 10 points and five rebounds for Southfield A&T, while Antonio Rosado put in 21 points and Kyle Wood put in 12 points for Adams.

- Farmington 64, Berkley 43 - At Berkley, Jordan Graham totaled 24 points and 11 rebounds and Ray Bryant added 19 points for Farmington (12-4, 4-1 OAA Gold). Jordan Cobb led Berkley with 17 points.

- Birmingham Detroit Country Day 62, Detroit Central 40 - At Beverly Hills, Cole Bearden finished with 10 points, Wendell Green added 10 points and Jack Ohryn tallied six points for Detroit Country Day (7-10) on senior night.

- Oxford 50, Rochester 47 - At Rochester, Jordan Jadan led a balanced scoring attack with 15 points and five assists as the Wildcats (13-2, 4-2) pulled out the OAA Blue Division victory. Nolan Harding chipped in 11 points, including three 3-pointers, while Michael Raisch added 10 points, all in the second half.

- Hazel Park 66, Auburn Hills Avondale 62 - At Auburn Hills, Martone Cole Jr. finished with 19 points and Ty Bland added 17 points for Avondale. Hazel Park’s David Hearns Jr. had 15 points.

- Birmingham Roeper 41, Westland Huron Valley Lutheran 38 - At Bloomfield Hills, Evan Akkashian and Jacob Gladney each posted 13 points for Roeper (4-8).

- Madison Heights Lamphere 56, Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood 47 - (From Monday) At Madison Heights, Brett Berger notched 20 points and three rebounds, Chris Grantling supplied 10 points and four rebounds and Ethan Clarke posted seven points and eight rebounds for Lamphere (4-10).

Girls Basketball

- Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes 51, Wixom St. Catherine 43 - At Warren, Isabelle Kline finished with 18 points, Kayla Sanders added 14 points and Tiffany Senerius totaled 10 points for Our Lady of the Lakes (15-3) in a CHSL C-D tournament semifinal game. Grace Gulowski poured in 17 points, Lizzy Turek tallied six points and Maryann Alexander posted five points and 13 rebounds for St. Catherine (10-8).

- Royal Oak Shrine 36, Madison Heights Bishop Foley 33 - At Warren, Grace Murray contributed 20 points and Rebecca Kruliski added 10 points for Shrine in a CHSL C-D tournament semifinal game.

- Birmingham Detroit Country Day 67, Ann Arbor Pioneer 26 - At Ann Arbor, Destiny Pitts scored 20 points, Kaela Webb totaled 17 points and Jasmine Powell added 10 points for Country Day (16-0).

- Lutheran Westland 35, Auburn Hills Oakland Christian 29 - At Auburn Hills, Haley Redfern and Danielle Hopkins each posted eight points and Madison LaLone chipped in with seven points for Oakland Christian.

- Plymouth Canton 47, South Lyon East 40 - At South Lyon, Alaina Heitmeyer tallied eight points for Canton. Lucy Cronin finished with 13 points for East (6-11).

- Hartland 58, Walled Lake Northern 33 - At Hartland, Lexey Tobel finished with 16 points, Whitney Sollom added 12 points and Graysen Cockerham had 10 points for Hartland (16-1) in a KLAA tournament opening-round game. Raven Rogers supplied 12 points for Northern (5-12).

- Madison Heights Lamphere 45, Marine City Cardinal Mooney 33 - At Madison Heights, Morganne Holdreith had 15 points and Allison Berger chipped in with 11 for Lamphere (9-10). Lilly Wolf led Cardinal Mooney with 14.

- Lapeer 50, Lake Orion 24 - At Lake Orion, Samantha Thick scored 11 points for Lapeer. Shannon Falter led Lake Orion with seven points.

- Flint Hamady 57, Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 47 - At Flint, Sarah Beckett scored 12 points for Notre Dame Prep (7-10).

- Brighton 41, Walled Lake Western 35 - At Walled Lake, Janara Flowers scored 10 points and Jordan Walczyk added nine points for Western (13-4, 9-1 KLAA North). Brighton was led by Juliana Pictile, who scored 15 points, while Emily Dunn chipped in with nine points.

- Flint Kearsley 58, Holly 54 - At Holly, Becca Fugate poured in 28 points with three rebounds and three steals for the Bronchos. Also making major contributions for Holly were Paige Reid, who had 12 points, six rebounds, two assists, and two steals; Taylor Vines, who contributed eight points, 10 rebounds, and three blocks; and Payton Price, who added six points, four rebounds and four assists.

- Novi 40, Plymouth 28 - At Novi, Cara Ninkovich led the Wildcats with 15 points, four rebounds and three assists. Novi’s Ellie Mackay contributed nine points, four rebounds and two assists, while Anna Biberstein chipped in six points with eight rebounds.

- Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest 55, Allen Park Inter-City Baptist 41 - At Rochester Hills, Kayla Knoche notched 19 points as the Crusaders handed Inter-City Baptist its first MIAC loss. Megan Haller powered for 18 points and 13 rebounds for Northwest (6-10, 2-3). Kallie McIlroy had 15 points for Inter-City Baptist (14-4, 6-1) and Grace Zabik added 12 points.

- Novi Franklin Road Christian 49, Harper Woods Chandler Park Academy 48 - At Harper Woods, Rachel Bause contributed 21 points and four rebounds and also made the game-tying basket and go-ahead free-throw with 1.5 seconds left to lift Franklin Road Christian. Reagan Mumford added 10 points and seven rebounds and Chanelle Lochrie had seven points for the Franklin Road Christian.

- Westland Huron Valley 53, Southfield Christian 35 - At Westland, Tiara Francisco tallied 17 points and Allison Sullivan added 11 points to lead the Eagles.

- Milford 62, Livonia Franklin 22 - At Milford, the Mavericks scored the game’s first 21 points and cruised to the victory. Mallory Barrett led the way with 19 points and seven rebounds, and Megan Wallace tossed in 13 with 10 rebounds. Jayne Bailey added 10 points off the bench for Milford (5-12) and Abby Knapp made seven steals. Natalie Garbarino’s 11 points led the Patriots.

- Oxford 35, Troy 23 - At Oxford, Maddy Morris supplied 21 points and Lauren Methner added seven points for Oxford. Megan Lenihan tallied seven points and Danika Murray finished with five points for Troy.

Boys Bowling

- Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest 25, Birmingham Detroit Country Day 5 - Christian Newcomb shot the first-ever 300 game in program history and added a game of 268 for Lutheran Northwest (8-1).

- Pontiac Notre Dame Prep 21, Detroit Edison Academy 9 - Nathan Audia notched a two-game series of 414 for Notre Dame Prep.

Boys Swimming

- Ortonville Brandon 98, Holly 76 - At Holly, the Blackhawks came away with the victory.

Boys Skiing

- (From Monday) At Brighton, Lakeland finished second in the KLAA conference championship meet at Mt. Brighton. The Eagles were leading after the slalom event, led by James Wenzloff (second), Tommy McCarthy and Drew Massey (tied for ninth). Wenzloff finished fourth in the giant slalom, following by Dillon Massey (16th) and Drew Massey (19th). Brighton won the event. Novi finished sixth, as Mitch Goodman took second in the giant slalom event and 10th in the slalom run, while Jack Grove placed ninth in the giant slalom for Novi.

Girls Skiing

- (From Monday) At Brighton, Lakeland finished third in the KLAA conference championships at Mt. Brighton. Katie White grabbed second place in the slalom, followed by Olivia Racine in 14th and Ashley Wigton in 25th. The top racers for the Eagles in the giant slalom were White, who took sixth; Olivia Racine, who wound up ninth; and Angela Salmeto, who came in 15th. Walled Lake Northern won the event. Novi came in ninth behind Ashley Jamison, who took eighth in the slalom run.

Top Performers

- Christian Newcomb, Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest boys bowling - Newcomb fired the first-ever 300 game in program history to help lift Lutheran Northwest past Birmingham Detroit Country Day, 25-5, Tuesday.

- Jordan Graham, Farmington boys basketball - Graham tallied 24 points and 11 rebounds to help lead Farmington to a 64-43 win against Berkley Tuesday.

- Michael Flowers, Southfield A&T boys basketball - Flowers finished with 28 points, six assists and five rebounds in Southfield A&T’s 72-63 win against Rochester Adams Tuesday.

- Megan Haller, Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest girls basketball - Haller supplied 18 points and 13 rebounds in Lutheran Northwest’s 55-41 win against Allen Park Inter-City Baptist Tuesday.

- Becca Fugate, Holly girls basketball - Fugate notched 28 points, three rebounds and three steals in Holly’s 58-54 loss against Flint Kearsley Tuesday.

Last Updated: 2/15/2017 12:38:10 AM EST


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