Galesburg-Augusta’s Jordan Born led his team in several categories on Friday, but more importantly, he led the Rams to a Class C district title.
G-A won the district with a 58-31 victory over Maple Valley at Delton Kellogg High School.
Born finished with a game-high 19 points and five assists to go with five rebounds, two steals and a block.
With the victory, the Rams advance to Monday’s regional semifinal at Pewamo-Westphalia, where they will face honorable mention Muskegon Heights Academy.
Also in the win for G-A, Andy Gregg had 11 points, Kyle Mallwitz had nine points, Trammell Orr had seven rebounds and Austin Douglas had six rebounds and three blocks.
Maple Valley (14-8) was led by Micah Bromley with nine points.
Olivet 48, Eaton Rapids 44: Olivet claimed the district title behind 14 points from Quintan Harris. Tyler Masters had nine points for the Eagles (10-12), who moved on to Monday’s Class B regional semifinal against host and honorable mention Jackson Lumen Christi.
Schoolcraft 66, Quincy 57: Ashton Diotte had 17 points, four assists and two steals in the season-ending loss for Quincy. Also for the Orioles (11-12), Mike Tesch had 14 points, five rebounds and three blocks while Jimmy King had eight points.
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Bellevue 62, Tekonsha 29: Bellevue captured its first district title since 1987 and its 18th win — the second most wins in program history — behind a season-high 21 points from Cole Madry. Madry also had 14 rebounds and four assists. Also for the Broncos (18-4), Ethan Bloch had a season-high 19 points to go with 10 rebounds and five assists, while Zach Webb had 13 points, seven assists and five steals. Bellevue advances to play defending state champion and third-ranked Southfield Christian in Monday’s regional semifinal at Novi.