Tuesday’s Prep Roundup: Hebda, Tanguay lead depleted Trenton past Southgate Anderson
TRENTON - Therese Hebda finished with 21 points and McKenna Tanguay had 16 points as the Trenton girls basketball team topped Southgate Anderson, 56-39, on Tuesday night.
The Trojans (15-2 overall, 11-2 DRL) only had seven players available to play due to players being ill. Julia Bogart recorded 18 points for Anderson.
More Girls Basketball
- 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.
- Woodhaven 61, Gibraltar Carlson 38 - At Brownstown, Kennedy Johnson supplied 12 points, six rebounds and five steals, Bre Campbell added 12 points and four steals, Jillian Bonot finished with nine points and Markayla Hickman totaled eight points and nine rebounds for Woodhaven. Rebecca Zilka tallied 11 points and Hannah Nagy notched eight points for Carlson.
- New Boston Huron 54, Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central 35 - (From Monday) At New Boston, Sophia Dimilia scored 18 points, Moni White added 10 points and Liz Stockert tossed in seven points for New Boston Huron.
- Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central 65, Grosse Ile 42 - At Monroe, Justin Moores had 11 points to lead Grosse Ile. Matthew Frost added 10 points and Nick Koklanaris chipped in eight.
- Lincoln Park 47, Taylor Truman 45 - At Taylor, David Espitia had 18 points and James Ware tossed in 14 for the Railsplitters. Beau Keathley led Truman with 16 points and Desmond Jackson added 15.
- Carleton Airport 6, Monroe United 4 - At Southgate, Ethan Cagle scored twice, Drew Wooten and Kyle Sassack also recorded a goal for Airport (13-8-1). Evan Zub notched two goals for Monroe,
- Wyandotte Roosevelt 115, Gibraltar Carlson 71 - At Wyandotte, the Bears wrapped up their dual meet season with a victory. Wyandotte won all three relays. Patrick Hickey won in the 200 Free, Easton Tabin captured the 50 and 100, and Nolan Gutenschwager won the diving competition while breaking the pool record. The team of Alex Bearden, Alex Hickey, Leland Broge and Easton Tabin also broke the school record in the 200 Free Relay.
Last Updated: 2/14/2017 10:43:18 PM EST