By Geoff Kimmerly
Second Half editor
Tuesday’s statewide action was highlighted by a second major record falling this season in boys basketball.
Each weekday during the school year, we’ll gather and post media links covering the most significant and intriguing high school events from all over the state.
Longtime Beaverton coach Roy Johnston became Michigan’s winningest in boys basketball, claiming his 729th victory with a 61-24 toppling of Farwell – Bay City Times
Kalamazoo Central won a matchup of first-place teams in the Southwestern Michigan Athletic Conference, downing Portage Central 62-38 – Kalamazoo Gazette
Mount Morris upset 10-win Burton Atherton 68-65 to improve to 4-9 – Flint Journal
Flint Beecher edged Burton Bendle 53-50 in a matchup of top Genesee Area Conference teams – Flint Journal
East Kentwood downed Grand Rapids Catholic Central to earn coach Jeff Anama his 300th win at the school – Grand Rapids Press
Hillsdale continued to break away in the competitive Lenawee County Athletic Association, downing Onsted 64-62 – Hillsdale Daily News
Williamston claimed a matchup of ranked teams from the Lansing area, downing East Lansing 74-47 – Lansing State Journal
Durand handed 11-win Byron just its second loss this season, 43-36 – Owosso Argus-Press
Manistique’s Tanner Gonzalez earned his 150th career win in the Emeralds’ 48-18 victory over Gwinn – Marquette Mining Journal