Boys' roundup: Lakeview rolls past Loy Norrix, 61-43

Boys' roundup: Lakeview rolls past Loy Norrix, 61-43

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Boys' roundup: Lakeview rolls past Loy Norrix, 61-43

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The Lakeview boys’ basketball team rolled to a victory over host Loy Norrix on Tuesday night, this time without any of the drama that came in their previous matchup.

The Spartans earned a 61-43 victory over the host Knights in Southwestern Michigan Athletic Association East Division action, marking Lakeview’s fourth victory in a row.

In their prior meeting, Lakeview edged Loy Norrix with a two-point overtime victory.

“I think it’s a heckuva win,” said Lakeview head coach Steve Wichmann. “We feel like we’re playing better and getting better every day. We were up 17 at halftime, and methodically put it away in the second half. We took care of the ball, we passed the ball well. A good team game overall.”

Lakeview’s balanced attack was led by Devon Daniels with 17 points. Also for the Spartans (8-8, 7-5), Jake Love had 13 points and nine rebounds and Donnie Ernsberger had 15 points and eight rebounds.

Loy Norrix’s Bishop Robinson, who scored 30 points in the previous contest with the Spartans, was held to 11 points in three quarters of action.

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St. Philip 51, (at) Tekonsha 36: St. Philip’s Brent Debree had a season-high 15 points, while Jon Niland had 12 points and Braden Darr had 11 points for the Tigers (9-6). Tekonsha (2-15) was led by Riley Lloyd and Chyene Wiescholek with 10 points apiece. Also for the Indians (2-15), Saby Ghotra had eight rebounds and eight points.

(At) Albion 59, Leslie 40: Albion’s Angus Bennett had a double-double with a career-high 18 points and 14 rebounds. Matt Skinner had 14 points and Kylor McDonald had 12 points for the Wildcats (4-11).

(At) Marshall 63, Coldwater 49: Tony Wimberly had 16 points in the win for Marshall. Also for the Redhawks (11-5, 6-5 SMAC East), Trevor Travis had 14 points, Robbie Ranville had 11 points and Landry Reynolds had eight points. Coldwater’s Jordan Eddy had 13 points in the loss for Coldwater (7-11, 2-10), while Cody Mock had 12 points and Scout Case had nine points.

Climax-Scotts 71, (at) Burr Oak 39: Class D top-ranked Climax-Scotts was led by Malachi Satterlee with 18 points and eight rebounds in the road win. Also for the Panthers (16-0, 12-0 SCAA), Zack Nabozny had 13 points, Aaron Cook 12 points and eight rebounds, Luis Kramer had nine points and 12 rebounds and Kirk Gibson dished out five assists.

Union City 50, (at) Athens 27: Emmet Fraley’s 15 points, 11 rebounds and six blocks paced the Chargers, who only turned the ball over five times in the victory. Brady Johnson scored 14 points and Josh Holton added nine for Union City (10-5, 7-3 Big 8).

Bellevue 55, (at) Camden Frontier
37: Cole Madry scored 20 points and had 13 rebounds, Ethan Bloch had 13 points and 12 boards and Zach Webb scored eight points and dished out eight assists for Bellevue (12-3, 9-2 SCAA).

Schoolcraft 76, (at) Olivet
40: Ryan Tennant scored nine points as Olivet (7-8, 7-7 KVA) fell to league-leading Schoolcraft (14-2, 14-0 KVA).

Homer 62, (at) Quincy
44: Homer’s Alex White had 14 point and five steals in the win. Also for the Trojans (13-3, 9-1 Big Eight), Dylan Thomas had 12 points, Jared Warsop had 10 points and 12 rebounds and Zack Fleming had seven points and 10 rebounds. Quincy’s Mike Tesch and Nick Haberl had 10 points apiece.

(AT) Rudolf Steiner 50, Calhoun Christian 29: The Cougars fell to 8-7 on the year and 3-3 in the Mid-South Conference with the loss. Cameron Hiscock led the way for Calhoun Christian with 17 points and eight rebounds. Levi Burgett added 10 points and nine boards in the losing effort.

(At) B.C. Hawks 72, Bedford Bible 38: Mark Dye had 21 points and three blocks in the win for Battle Creek Home School. Also for the Hawks (11-3), Josh Bradley had 13 points and Jacob Trumble had 14 points.

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