South Lyon girls basketball finished the division portion of the schedule with a pair of losses.
The first came at home against Northville, 53-26.
The Mustangs led 11-6 after one quarter and 21-14 at the half. Northville built a 38-22 lead entering the fourth and cruised to the win.
Emily Heinrich led South Lyon with six points, followed by five from Caroline Harding.
“We were very good defensively in the first half,” coach John Mackson said. “We also did a great job of taking quality shots in the first half. At the beginning of the third quarter, we had some issues taking care of the ball.”
Salem 53, South Lyon 24
The Rocks closed out their division-winning run with a home win against the Lions.
Salem pulled ahead 15-9 at the end of the first quarter and 28-15 by halftime. Salem put the game out of reach with a 16-9 advantage in the third for a 20-point lead heading into the fourth.
Heinrich scored 11 points to lead the Lions, going 5-of-5 at the line. Sarah Stein added four points.
“I thought our first half was one of the best played halves we have had all year. Unfortunately for us, Salem played equally well,” Mackson said. “In the second half, we had a hard time creating the defensive intensity that we needed to win the basketball game.”
The Lions finish the Central Division winless and 1-15 overall. Salem went 10-0 to win the division.