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Friday, February 11, 2011

Friday Night Hoop

ALL FINALS FROM FRIDAY NIGHT

BOYS
BCAS 61, Bad Axe 59
USA 45, EPBP 44
Reese 60, Vassar 46
Ubly 52, Marlette 48 OT
Harbor Beach 60, Brown City 44
Sandusky 68, Mayville 30
North Huron 53, Port Hope 44
Saginaw Arts 75, Caseville 27

GIRLS
Marlette 73, Ubly 26 
Sandusky 63, Mayville 20
Owen-Gage 51, A-Fairgrove 23
North Huron 34, Port Hope 26
Peck 42, Kingston 34
Saginaw Arts 56, Casevile 32

SATURDAY'S GAMES
Mayville at Harbor Beach (Boys at 2 p.m., girls at 3:30 p.m.)




UBLY — Harbor Beach’s boys basketball team’s best friend this morning?
How about Ubly?
Yes, the Bearcats.
Ubly helped the Pirates grab sole possession of first place in the Greater Thumb East here Friday night, earning an exciting 52-48 overtime victory over Marlette.
Marlette’s loss, coupled with Harbor Beach’s win over Brown City on Friday, gives the Pirates a 1/2-game lead in the GTE standings. Harbor Beach is 5-1 in league play while Marlette is 5-2.
Here Friday night, Marshall Leipprandt led the way for the Bearcats, pouring in a game-high 26 points, including all 10 of his team’s fourth-quarter points. Eric Booms added 10 points for the winners while Josh White netted seven.
Ubly led 17-12 after one quarter and 26-23 at the half. Marlette pulled to within 36-34 after three quarters and the game was tied at 46 at the end of regulation.
Brad Schaub led Marlette with 11 points while Kyle Hall added 10 and Kolby Lange nine.

Boys Basketball
USA 45, EPBP 44
PIGEON — Unionville-Sebewaing Area rallied from a six-point deficit entering the final quarter to knock of Elkton-Pigeon-Bay Port.
The Lakers led 18-13 after one quarter, 30-18 at the half and 34-28 after three periods.
USA had Jake Holland with 14 points, including eight in the fourth quarter. Sean McBrayer added nine points while Andrew Botello notched seven.
EPBP had Chase Voelker with 12 points while Evan Gascho and Brody Lawrence netted eight apiece.

BCAS 61, Bad Axe 59
BAY CITY — Bad Axe had a chance to knock off the Greater Thumb West leader.
Bay City All Saints’ Nick Dorion had other ideas.
Dorion’s putback basket at the buzzer lifted the Cougars to the dramatic win over the stunned Hatchets.
The Hatchets led 48-40 entering the fourth quarter, but couldn’t hold on.
Drew Janer had 18 points and Nate Sobczak 16 for the Cougars.
Ethan Sisco had 15 points for the Hatchets.

North Huron 53, Port Hope 44
PORT HOPE — North Huron broke open a close game with a big second half en route to the win over Port Hope.
The Warriors led just 23-21 at the break, but used a 16-9 third-quarter spurt to take control.
Erik Dhyse led the Warriors with a game-high 18 points while Evan Dhyse added 10.
Port Hope had Travis Phillips and Eric Koglin with 10 points each.

Sandusky 68, Mayville 30
SANDUSKY — Sandusky used a big first half to cruise to the victory over Mayville.
The Redskins led 19-4 after one quarter and 37-15 at the half. They extended the lead to 57-17 after three quarters.
For the Redskins, Chase Baysdell had 17 points while Jordan Coats added 12 and Kory McGuire 10.
Mayville had Jonathan Maddocks with 11 points and Tim McComas with 10.

Saginaw Arts 75, Caseville 27
SAGINAW — Saginaw Arts & Science led 41-9 at the half and beat Caseville.
Charlie Karafa had 12 points to pace Caseville.

Reese 60, Vassar 48
VASSAR — Reese used a 22-8 edge in the third quarter to take control and beat Vassar.
The Rockets trailed 22-21 at the half.
Adam Lefler had 15 points to pace Reese while Caleb Gnatkowski added 12 points and 10 rebounds.
Vassar had Josh Peplinski with 14 points, Nathan Greaves with 13 and Gavin Greer with 10.

Girls Basketball
Owen-Gage 51, A-Fairgrove 23
OWENDALE — Owendale-Gagetown remained in first place in the North Central Thumb League’s North Division with an easy win over Akron-Fairgrove.
The Bulldogs led 15-6 after one quarter and 28-13 at the break. 
Lauren Mandich tossed in a game-high 16 points, including four three-pointers, for the Bulldogs while Kayla Montreuil netted 13 and Mandy Muntz 12. Muntz also had five rebounds and three blocked shots.
The Vikings had Nicole Aldrich with 10 points.

Port Hope 34, North Huron 26
PORT HOPE — Port Hope’s steady first half helped it beat North Huron.
The Bluestars led 9-4 after one quarter and 19-8 at the break.
North Huron turned in an 11-4 third-quarter run, cutting the deficit to 23-19, though couldn’t come all the way back.
Brittany Schave had 12 points and Kayla Gust 11 for the Bluestars.
Karlie Goretski had seven points while Ashley Case and Amanda Navock netted six each for the Warriors, who played without leading scorer Sarah Clancy, who is out with a leg injury.

Sandusky 63, Mayville 20
SANDUSKY — Sandusky remained unbeaten with an easy win over Mayville.
The Redskins led 14-0 after one quarter and 27-10 at the half.
Emily Hale led Sandusky with 15 points while Whitney Fox notched 11 and Lauren Krause nine.
Annie Richardson had 10 points for Mayville.

Marlette 73, Ubly 26
UBLY — Marlette scored 26 first-quarter points and put it on cruise control the rest of the way in beating Ubly.
The Red Raiders led 26-8 after one quarter and 44-18 at the break.
Jenna Hirsch led the winners with 26 points while Angela Odoerfer netted 14 points, Kylee Dobbelaere 12 and Rachel McEwen 10.
Ubly had Jessica Gracey with 12 points.

Saginaw Arts 56, Caseville 32
SAGINAW — Caseville led early, but Saginaw Arts and Science rebounded and beat the Eagles.
Caseville led 10-4 after one quarter, though trailed 21-17 at the break.
Rebecca Janke had 12 points to pace the Eagles.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

harbor beach beat brown city...i don't know remember the score though, it was by more than 10

Anonymous said...

60-44
HB beat Brown City

Anonymous said...

good thing those Ubly boys were able to play Friday after the Tech Center debacle

Anonymous said...

What happened and are they playing this week

Anonymous said...

I'm not too familiar with what exactly happened, there was a misunderstanding between students and higher powers at Ubly. The kids wanted to go to their pep assembly instead of tech center (because it was their coming home) and the higher power did not like the idea. I have no clue on the punishment though

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