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Posted on Tue, Feb 12, 2013 : 9:45 p.m.

Milan improves to 11-0 in Huron League and more Tuesday boys basketball results

By Pete Cunningham


Latin Davis, left, and the Milan High School basketball team improved to 11-0 in Huron League play on Tuesday.

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This file will be updated throughout the night. Washtenaw County boys basketball scoreboard:

Milan 83, Flat Rock 49
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C.J. Turnage had 21 points and six assists, Latin Davis had 14 points and four assists, Thomas Lindeman had 13 points, and Nick Perkins added 10 points to lead Milan (15-1, 11-0 Huron League)

“I would say it was one of our better offensive nights of the year,” Milan coach Josh Tropea said.

Huron 61, South Lyon 41
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Gabriel Richard 61, Detroit Catholic Central 52
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After getting out to a fast start, Gabriel Richard (7-9, 4-4 Catholic League AA) rallied in the fourth quarter to earn a 61-52 road win on Tuesday.

Gabriel Richard was led by Jason Houle with 24 points and nine rebounds. Kamari Davis added 18 points and seven rebounds, while Ashton Hundley scored 10 points.

Noah Lee led Detroit Catholic Central with 11 points. Nick Malzone and Garrett Moores each added 10 points.

“We were up 14-4 early, and they got a lead on us in the first half,” Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard coach Pete Schoch said. “It was back and forth after that.”

Columbia Central 76, Chelsea 60
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Logan Brown scored a team-high 21 points in a losing effort for Chelsea (3-12).

Chelsea tried a fast pace to get back in the second half.

"We played much better in the second half," Chelsea coach Rourke Skelton said. "It was encouraging that we didn't give up. We got the game into a more up-tempo flow.

Greenhills 63, Calvary Christian 18
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Greenhills had 10 players score, led by Andrew Khouri's 14 points, as the Gryphons won the Michigan Independent Athletic Conference (Blue Division) for the second time in three years.

Abe Estenson and Ross Scheinberg each scored 10 points for Greenhills (13-1, 12-0 MIAC Blue), with Estenson adding six rebounds and two blocks, and Scheinberg collecting four steals. Sean Takasawa returned from a broker wrist to score six points and lead six other players who got into the scoring column.

David Walker's eight points led Ypsilanti Calvary Christian Academy (1-15, 1-7).

Central Academy 63, Washtenaw Christian
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Rudolf Steiner 50, Calhoun Christian 29
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Both Steven Molitor and Peter Larson scored 11 points to lead Rudolf Steiner in its second-half comeback. Ben Hadlock added 13 points, while Cameron Hiscock led Battle Creek Calhoun Christian with 17 points.

Calhoun Christian led 19-12 at halftime. Rudolf Steiner (10-7, 6-1 Mid-South) outscored Calhoun 38-10 in the second half.

"We had snow cancellations the last two games," Rudolf Steiner coach Nick Sherwood said. "We just had to show up today and knock a little rust off early. It was a real defensive effort."

Vandercook Lake 79, Manchester 65
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Vandercook Lake's offense got started in a hurry, to the tune of 50 first-half points, as it recorded a key Cascades Conference win.

Manchester (1-15, 1-10 Cascades) was led by 15 points from Jake Korican. Nick Cozart and Will Stahly had 12 and 10 points, respectively. coverage:

Skyline 65, Dexter 45
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Thu, Feb 14, 2013 : 1:38 p.m.

I wonder why SMCC is state rated but lost to Milan who has not lost to a Michigan team and is not rated???? Who does these ratings?

Pete Cunningham

Thu, Feb 14, 2013 : 3:21 p.m.

SMCC is no longer ranked. The team has received votes in the AP rankings, but is not in the top 10. It's important to note, though, that SMCC is a Class C school and Milan is in Class A. The divisions are two very different animals, so getting beat by a Class A school wouldn't necessarily mean a team shouldn't be ranked in Class C, and vice versa, beating a highly ranked Class C school does not necessarily put a team in the conversation to be ranked in Class A.