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In its final two games on the island, Grosse Ile certainly gave the home fans plenty to cheer about last week.

On Wednesday, the Red Devils (10-8, 9-5 Huron League) hammered Flat Rock 60-40 and two nights later took down Huron 49-34.

In both contests, senior Tommy Daly finished with a double-double.

He had 13 points and 13 rebounds against the Rams (6-11, 5-9 Huron) and 19 points and 11 boards against the Chiefs (5-13, 5-8 Huron).

The Flat Rock game opened with an 18-7 lead for Grosse Ile after the first quarter, with Daly and Danny Masserant each scoring six points.

In the second quarter, the Rams were able to mount a comeback attempt and pulled to within three, thanks to 3-pointers from Parker Neal and TeDarius Laidler and a pair of Kevin Fritz free throws.

Fritz, who finished with a team-high 10 points, also converted a three-point play late in the quarter after being fouled and made it a 29-24 game at the break.

Grosse Ile held Flat Rock to just five third-quarter points and was up 45-29 going into the final eight minutes. The third-quarter attack was led by two triples from Justin Moores, as well as five points from Tyler Moores and four by Daly. Tyler Moores led all scorers in the game with 17 points and coming away with eight points were Masserant, Derek Judd and Justin Moores.

Flat Rock struggled to score again in the last quarter, while the Devils got four points from Judd, as well as three each from Daly, Tyler Moores and Wyatt Garner and a pair from Masserant.

Following the 20-point defeat Wednesday, the Rams went down to Airport two nights later and were knocked off 50-45 by the third-place Jets. This week they were scheduled for a home game Tuesday against Erie Mason and another home game Thursday against Cabrini.

Grosse Ileís Friday night contest started with the squad falling behind 11-6 against Huron in the first quarter.

In the second, five different Chiefs scored against the Devils, but the hosts went on an offensive run late and trailed only 23-19 at the half.

After the break, Daly got the hot hand for Grosse Ile, hitting two 3-pointers and scoring 12 total points. At the same time, the Devils toughened up on defense and were able to take a 36-29 advantage into the final eight minutes.

To close out the contest, Grosse Ile dominated again, outscoring its opponent 13-5 in the final quarter and coming away with the 49-34 win.

In addition to Dalyís 19 points and 11 rebounds, Tyler Moores added 16 points and grabbed seven boards for the Devils.

For Huron, both Cameron Cox and Austin Bell led the team with nine points each, while Zach Schlarb had 10 rebounds and Cox pulled down six.

Grosse Ile will finish up its regular season this week with two non-league contests, as it was scheduled for a game at Trenton yesterday and on Thursday is set for a battle at Woodhaven.

Three nights before losing to the Devils, the Chiefs had recorded a win at Riverview, which was a 39-30 decision against the Pirates (1-16, 1-12 Huron).

Huronís Tyler Olson led all scorers with 13 points, while Cox finished up with seven and both Cox and Schlarb pulled down six rebounds.

The Bucs got nine points from both Nolan Glime and Kissel, while Kissel also grabbed a game-high 11 rebounds and teammate Brian Gubbini pulled down seven.

Huron was scheduled for another league game on Monday at home against Jefferson and on Thursday was looking at trip to Woodhaven.

Riverviewís regular season will wrap up this week, as it was scheduled for a trip to Crestwood yesterday and on Thursday will welcome in Dearborn High.


Itís been an up-and-down season for Summit, but last Friday was a bright spot for the squad.

The Dragons (9-8, 3-5 Charter School League) traveled to Michigan Collegiate Prep and came away with a 73-70 victory.

Cory Hicks led the way for Summit with 21 points, while teammate Jesse Brown netted 11 in the winning effort and Leavohn Lewis finished up with nine.

Last night, the Dragons were scheduled for a road game against Trillium Academy.

Last Updated: 2/25/2014 2:49:13 PM EST