Whitehall bounced back from its first loss of the boys basketball season in a big way Thursday. The Vikings got a game-high 27 points from Brandon Rake in a 55-28 victory against rival Montague in West Michigan Conference action. Steven Learman added 14 points and the defense did the rest as the Vikings improve to 6-1 and 4-1 in league play. Whitehall led 26-17 at halftime and outscored Montague 17-7 in the third quarter to take control.
MUSKEGON, MI – Muskegon Catholic Central played short-handed and then Ludington got the hot hand. Ludington sophomore Brayden Porter sank four 3-pointers down the stretch to help give the Orioles a 47-41 victory against Muskegon Catholic Central in boys basketball action Friday night. The Crusaders were without injured senior Peter Bartolameolli and sophomore Cameron Martinez. Martinez cheered on the team from the bench, but was not allowed to dress by school officials.
DeAndre Carter scored 14 points as Muskegon got past Grand Rapids Union 51-42 in OK Black action Friday. (MLive.com file)Hard to blame him after Friday night’s wild 75-71 double-overtime win against Newaygo in a CSAA Gold matchup. The Packers got 3-pointers from Calvin Miller in the final seconds of regulation to force the first overtime and another by Bailey Baddis to take it into a second overtime.
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Selecting a term
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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