Pioneer erases 14-point deficit, tops Skyline and more Tuesday results
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Daniel Brenner | AnnArbor.com file
After trailing 52-38 with four minutes left in the game, Pioneer completed a 20-4 run that culminated in a game-winning 3-pointer by Jibreel Hussein in the closing seconds of the game.
Hussein’s 3-pointer put Pioneer (9-3, 4-1 SEC) up by one point, and the Pioneers nearly stole the Skyline inbound on the next play. Skyline recovered the ball with enough time for Travonn Banks to take a potential game-winning shot that missed. Hussein was fouled on the rebound, and made a free throw to seal the Southeastern Conference Red win.
“We stopped trapping, went full court man-to-man, and Jibreel just went crazy,” Pioneer coach Rex Stanczak said. “He carried us at the end with three 3-pointers.”
Ethan Spencer contributed 13 points, including seven points in the late-game run, while 6-foot-7 junior center Tristan Wilson led Skyline (4-7, 1-3 SEC) with 18 points.
Huron’s Ernest Johnson and Demetrius Sims both scored 10 as Huron (6-4, 4-1 SEC Red) outscored Monroe 18-10 in the third quarter.
Nate Daniels led Monroe with 16 points, and Devante Crittenden scored eight.
Jackson Lamb scored a game-high 26 points as Temperance Bedford overcame a 14-7 first quarter deficit. Saline (7-5, 1-4 SEC White) Reece Dils and Max Recknagel each scored a team-high 13 points.
Ypsilanti 53, Tecumseh 16
Game details not available
Chelsea wiped out a 46-42 fourth quarter deficit to beat Adrian and climb to 2-4 in the Southeastern Conference White Division. The Bulldogs outscored Adrian 18-7 in the final eight minutes.
Free throw shooting was the difference as Chelsea hit 18 of 22 free throws, including 12 of 14 in the second half.
"When we get there we're good," Chelsea coach Rourke Skelton said of the free throws. "Our trouble is getting there."
Luke Hollandsworth scored 27 points, including hitting 5 of 6 fourth quarter free throws, for Chelsea (3-8). Logan Brown had 14.
The Milan offense started the game shooting, outscoring Monroe-Jefferson 46-8 in the first half. Milan (11-1, 7-0 Huron League) was led by sophomore Thomas Lindeman's career-high 20 points, including five 3-pointers.
"(Lindeman) scores most of his points on the three-ball," Milan coach Josh Tropea said. "He get's a lot of chances on the fast-break. He comes off the bench and has been very good for us."
Gabriel Richard’s Kamari Davis and Jason Houle each scored 12 points.
Notre Dame Prep led 22-6 after the first quarter.
Gabriel Richard (4-8, 2-4 Catholic League AA) was 11-of-49 from the field.
Manchester sank 14 3-pointers, and four players scored 11 or more points as Manchester earned its first win of the season against Grass Lake. The Flying Dutchmen are now 1-12 overall and 1-6 in the Cascades Conference.
Jake Korican led the team with 19 points, including five 3-pointers. Jordan Heuser added 12 points, and Matt Kemner and Will Stahly scored 11 apiece.
Andrew Khouri led Greenhills (10-1, 9-0 Mid-South) with 26 points, putting him only 54 points away from the 1,000-point career milestone.
"Andrew has been our leading scorer for three years," Greenhills coach Andrew Wright said of the senior.
Derek Heitman added 13 points, and Ross Scheinberg had 10.
Koji Vroom hit a pair of free throws with less than 10 seconds left to seal the game for Rudolf Steiner (9-5, 5-0 Mid South)
"It was a great team win for us tonight," Sherwood said. "We made some mistakes that cost us some turnovers and gave them a chance to tie up the score."
Ben Hadlock finished with five threes and 21 points for Rudolf Steiner. Peter Larson had 10 points and five rebounds.
Mathias Donat scored 38 points for Washtenaw Christian (7-4), going 16 for 24 from the field, including 3 for 5 from the 3-point line.
"He was operating around the basket really well," Washtenaw Christian coach Dan Benefiel said. "We fouled right at the end of the game, which we should not have done, so this was a good learning experience for us on how to finish out games."
Calvary Christian's Blake Garner and James Bergler each scored a team-high six points. Calvary Christian is now 1-10 overall and 1-5 in the MIAC Red.
“We played pretty good defense, but we just couldn't score," Calvary Christian coach Steve Thurmond said. "It was like there was a lid on the bucket. Several shots went in and out. Tonight we shot like 5% in the first half."
Arbor Prep at Taylor Baptist Park
Postponed due to court issues
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