ST. CLAIR 60
NEW HAVEN 19
NEW HAVEN — The Saints are already two wins away from matching last year’s total, jumping to a 3-1 start with a blowout win over New Haven.
Brooke Mahn had a memorable night with 16 points, including 6-of-8 shooting from the foul line.
Chelsea Schweiger and Maddie Brosky each scored 13 points on the night as well.
MEMPHIS — Led by Rachel Sexton’s 11 points, Memphis earned their first win of the season against Landmark Academy.
Jenna Lesch also added 10 points, and Lindsay Ren was right behind her with eight for the Yellowjackets.
For Landmark, it was Tina Zabala leading the game with 12 points on the night.
MARINE CITY 50
MADISON HEIGHTS — Paige Tranchida led the Mariners with 14 points as they improved to 4-0. Erica Calu added 11 points.
Marine City travels Monday to East Detroit.
PIGEON — Hayley Nelson and Kegan Nelson each scored 12 for Sandusky as the girls basketball team remained undefeated at 4-0.
NORTH HURON 33
NORTH HURON — Peck dropped its first game of the season to North Huron.
Cheyenne Johnson had eight points, and Bailey Bissett added seven for Peck as well.
NORTH BRANCH 44
NORTH BRANCH — With 1.5 seconds remaining in the tied game, Garrett Bondy hit an and-1 to give Yale the go-ahead lead.
Austen Gentner scored a team-high 12 points to go with his six rebounds and four assists.
Cody Kegley also scored 10 points and added five assists.
BROWN CITY 46
BROWN CITY — Behind Jeffrey Randolph’s 18 points, Brown City topped Armada in the BWAC matchup.
Justin McPhail was the team’s second-highest scorer with seven points.
For Armada, it was Fred Lawson leading the offense with eight points on the night.
MARINE CITY 61
CARDINAL MOONEY 45
MARINE CITY — Cole Avers dropped 25 points in Marine City’s crosstown showdown win.
Alex Merchant also had 17 points for the Mariners.
For Cardinal Mooney, Max Jennings and Daniel Everhart each led the team with seven points each.
Cameron Koch scored 12 points for Landmark in the loss, adding 14 rebounds. Lake Shannon added seven points, while Christian Phillips had six rebounds.
Landmark (1-2) returns to action Thursday at home against Memphis.