Today in the MHSAA: 1/23/19

January 23, 2019

By Geoff Kimmerly
Second Half editor

The last few weeks have been filled with basketball players setting school scoring records or going over 1,000 career points – and Tuesday saw four more join that mix.

1. Girls Basketball: Sophia Wiard scored 30 points and broke the Muskegon Oakridge career record of 1,586 in her team’s big win over Montague – Muskegon Chronicle

2. Boys Basketball: Chris DeRocher broke the Alpena career scoring record of 1,436 points with his 29th and final in a big win over Sault Ste. Marie – Alpena News

3. Boys Basketball: TJ McKenzie scored 23 points to go over 1,000 for his career in North Muskegon’s 69-42 win over Muskegon Western Michigan Christian – Local Sports Journal

4. Girls Basketball: Scout Nelson scored a school-record 43 points to lead Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart past Beal City – Mount Pleasant Morning Sun

5. Girls Basketball: Rochester won a matchup of first-place teams in the Oakland Activities Association Blue, 46-33 over Berkley – Oakland Press

6. Boys Basketball: Wyoming Potter’s House Christian improved to 11-1 with a 54-53 win over Alliance League rival Wyoming Tri-unity Christian – FOX17

7. Boys Basketball: Saginaw Swan Valley delivered Alma its first defeat this season, 61-60 in overtime – Saginaw News

8. Boys Basketball: Clinton Township Chippewa Valley upset Macomb Dakota 64-57, knocking Dakota out of a tie for first in the Macomb Area Conference Red – Macomb Daily

9. Girls Basketball: Gladstone held on late for a 40-36 upset of Menominee – Escanaba Daily Press

10. Boys Basketball: Cadillac gave McBain the latter’s second loss of this winter, 44-38 – MI Sports Now

Today in the MHSAA: 2/28/24

By Geoff Kimmerly senior editor

February 28, 2024

1. GIRLS BASKETBALL Grand Blanc clinched its first Saginaw Valley League championship with a 45-37 winner-take-all victory over Midland Dow – WJRT

2. HOCKEY No. 9 Port Huron Northern downed No. 4 Warren De La Salle Collegiate 2-1 to claim a Division 2 Regional title – Port Huron Times Herald

3. GIRLS BASKETBALL Fremont finished a West Michigan Conference Lakes championship run, and first title outright since 1978, with a 42-38 win over Ludington – Muskegon Chronicle

4. GIRLS BASKETBALL Frankenmuth won a rematch of last season’s Division 2 Final, 44-36 at Lansing Catholic – Saginaw News

5. GIRLS BASKETBALL Springport downed Concord 54-46 to clinch a share of the Big 8 Conference title as both were tied for first entering the contest – Jackson Citizen Patriot

6. GIRLS BASKETBALL Troy clinched the Oakland Activities Association Blue championship with a 58-57 win over Troy Athens – Oakland Press

7. GIRLS BASKETBALL Indian River Inland Lakes completed an outright championship in the Ski Valley Conference with a 44-38 win over Gaylord St. Mary – Cheboygan Daily Tribune

8. GIRLS BASKETBALL Portland St. Patrick downed Laingsburg 56-29 to clinch an outright championship in the Central Michigan Athletic Conference – Lansing State Journal

9. GIRLS BASKETBALL Temperance Bedford finished an outright title run in the Southeastern Conference Red with a 37-32 win over Ann Arbor Pioneer – Monroe News

10. GIRLS BASKETBALL Lake Michigan Conference champion Elk Rapids defeated Northwest Conference champion Kingsley 41-32 – Traverse City Record-Eagle