First he got rid of the sleeve, and then he shed L’Anse Creuse. Romeo Weems scored 21 points to lead a balanced scoring attack and guide undefeated New Haven to a 72-29 MAC Blue Division boys basketball victory at L’Anse Creuse on Friday night. Wearing a sleeve to protect his right elbow, which has a bone chip, Weems shed the equipment in the first quarter after struggling with his shot.
Time will tell whether the MAC Showcase becomes a staple of the high school hockey schedule. Future events might include more teams than the 16 that participated Monday, or the MAC might pair up with another league for a slate of games. No matter what’s in the offing, coaches thought the MLK Day event at Suburban Ice Macomb was a good start. “It’s a great event. It’s a fun day to come out and watch hockey,” Jon Nader, the coach of L’Anse Creuse Unified, said. “We need to promote our kids more.
Dakota turned the MAC Showcase into a platform for its scoring ability. Zach McDougall and Jacob Donnellon scored two goals apiece to lead the Cougars to a 9-1 victory over Anchor Bay in one of eight Showcase games at Suburban Ice Macomb on Monday. Shane Romback, Brenden Stryjecki, Ryan Bookout, Lucas Czopek and Adam Myziuk scored a goal apiece as the MAC Red Cougars cruised past the White Division Tars. “We had four lines rolling today,” Dakota assistant coach Nick Salliotte said.
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