Milan and Greenhills win big and more Tuesday night boys basketball results
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CJ Turnage scored a game-high 17 points to help Milan push its record to 7-1 (3-0 Huron League). Donovan Verges added 15 points, including three 3-pointers.
Nolan Glein led Riverview with 12 points, and Khalil Neal scored 10.
"I was incredibly impressed with the pace of the play," Milan coach Josh Tropea said. "Our guys played at breakneck speed and were so careful with the ball -- we only had three turnovers all game. We also outrebounded Riverview 35-20, and those led to easy transition baskets for us."
Tropea was also pleased with Verges' contributions to the offense.
"This was a breakout game for Donovan, with 15 points coming off the bench," Tropea said. "He finally asserted himself, and we've been begging him to do this all season. I'm anticipating these types of games on a regular basis. He's a good player."
Greenhills opened the game on a 24-2 run to establish the lead on its way to securing its sixth win.
Andrew Diehl led Greenhills (6-1) with 14 points, while Andrew Gitlin added nine.
"This is the first time we've had a good first quarter all season, and we talked about not giving up open shots before the game," Greenhills coach Andrew Wright said. "Andrew was hurt for most of the games this season, but he started tonight and played with a lot of energy."
David Walker and Johnny Bryant each scored four points to lead Ypsilanti Calvary Christian Academy (0-6).
Manchester came painfully close to its first win of the season on Tuesday, but after ending regulation, tied 61-61 with Sand Creek, The Flying Dutchmen were outscored 13-13 in overtime.
Jake Korican and Nick Cozart each scored 16 points to lead Manchester (0-9, 0-3 Cascades Conference).
Whitmore Lake cut Vandercook Lake's lead to one on a layup with four seconds remaining, but the Jayhawks were able to inbound the ball and run out the clock to preserve the win.
Gunner McGibbon led Whitmore Lake with 19 points and Rory Judge chipped in 13 for the Trojans (3-6, 2-2 Tri-County Conference), who had a five-point edge at the start of the fourth quarter but got in foul trouble late.
"We played hard defensively and managed to out-rebound them, but we sent them to the line too many times late and they made their free throws," Whitmore Lake coach Casey Livingston said. "That was the difference."
Harper Woods 53, Willow Run 28
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