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Posted on Tue, Feb 28, 2012 : 10:14 p.m.

Five Dexter seniors reach double digits in senior night win and more Tuesday results

By Staff

Dexter seniors Zack Byron, Jacob VanHoof, Michael Mioduszewski, Jay Lewis and Steve Miller all played in the final home game of their high school basketball careers on Tuesday and all five reached double digits in scoring.

The five seniors accounted for every single Dexter point in a 63-60 win over Adrian.

Senior night indeed.

Miller led the way with a season-high 15 points, while VanHoof and Byron had their second highest scoring nights of the year with 13 and 11, respectively. Lewis had 14 and Mioduszewski scored 10. (Story | Boxscore)


Monroe 50, Skyline 46: Theron Wilson scores 19, but Skyline goes cold from the field and free-throw line in loss to last place Monroe. (Story | Boxscore)

Pioneer 33, Saline 30: Pioneers score final eight points of the night and end two-game skid and extend Saline's losing streak to eight games(Story | Boxscore)

Milan 59, Father Gabriel Richard 45: Big Reds win gives them the most wins since the 1980-81 season and avenges last year's district final loss. (Story | Boxscore)

Ypsilanti 83, Chelsea 52: Tristan Simmons scores 22 as the Phoenix finish perfect in conference play. Michael Steinhauer leads Chelsea with 11. (Story | Boxscore)

Newport Lutheran South 57, Rudolf Steiner 53: Steven Molitor leads Storm with 16 points in losing effort. (Story | Boxscore)

Lincoln 51, Tecumseh 47: Chris Williams leads Lincoln with 16 points as the Railsplitters finish second in the SEC White. (Story | Boxscore)

Frankel Jewish Academy 36, Greenhills 32: Andikan Archibong leads the Gryphons with 10 points in losing effort. Washtenaw County's leading scorer, Andrew Khouri held to a season low six points. (Story | Boxscore)

Britton-Deerfield 55, Whitmore Lake 50: Game details not available.


Jackson Lumen Christi 5, Dexter 4 (OT): Ian Wiesenberg scores a third period, game-tying goal, but Lumen Christi wins just a minute, four seconds into overtime. Chelsea to play Lumen Christi on Thursday. (Story | Boxscore | Bracket)