Skyline tops Saline, Ypsilanti smokes Lincoln and more Friday boys basketball results
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Peter Bakker-Arkema had 10 points and six rebounds for Skyline (7-7, 4-3 SEC Red), which outscored Saline (8-7, 1-6 SEC Red) 10-5 in the first quarter.
"(Peter) has started to do more recently," Skyline coach Mike Lovelace said. "Trying to be a complete player."
Saline's Reece Dils had 21 points.
Skyline shot 34 percent from the floor.
"We missed layups, other shots, never strung together a couple of baskets," Lovelace said.
A shorthanded Ypsilanti team, led by Corey Allen’s second double-double of the season, snapped its first two-game losing streak into two years.
“We only have seven players, including two JV call ups, due to injury,” Ypsilanti coach Steve Brooks said. “The kids were focused to get back on track. The whole team brought it defensively, and it was important that we shut them down early.
Allen, a freshman, led Ypsilanti (11-4, 7-1 SEC White) with 21 points and 11 rebounds. Ypsilanti’s Jaylen Johnson added 12 points, eight rebounds and four steals, Janeau Joubert had 12 points and Lavonte Davis had six points, 11 rebounds and two blocks.
Tyler Hinton led Ypsilanti Lincoln (6-9, 3-5 SEC White) with eight points.
Milan got out to a 33-12 lead at halftime en route to a 38-point win. C.J. Turnage led the Big Reds with 21 points and seven rebounds, and Latin Davis added 15 points, seven rebounds and five assists.
Milan (14-1, 10-0 Huron League) outrebounded Riverview 44-21 to earn its tenth-straight win.
"We've had some good games this year, but I felt this was the most complete defensive game," Milan coach Josh Tropea said. "We played really good half court for 32 minutes. When you get a lead, it's tough sometimes to stay focused."
Toby Sharpe led Detroit Loyola with 27 points, Richard Gold added 18 points, and Juwon Davis had 16 points, to help the Bull Dogs recover from an 11-point deficit at the start of the fourth quarter.
Jason Houle led Father Gabriel Richard (6-9, 4-4 Catholic League AA) with 28 points, and Kamari Davis added 26.
Napoleon scored at least 22 points in every quarter and Kohl Roberts scored 40 points in the win over Manchester.
Manchester (1-15, 1-9 Cascades) had four players in double figures led by 22 points by Matt Kemner. Jordan Heuser had 18 and Nick Cozart and Ryan Stiles 12 each.
Ottawa Lake Whiteford 61, Whitmore Lake 47
Whiteford put three players in double figures and beat Whitmore Lake, 61-44, Friday. Colin Lake (30), Zach Perry (12) and Troy Diller (11) led the Bobcat scoring parade. Austin Gardner chipped in with 16 rebounds for the Bobcats.
Devon Kowalski had 18 points for Whitmore Lake (4-11, 3-7 Tri-County).
Livingston Christian outscored Washtenaw Christian 17-0 in the first quarter. Mathias Donat led Washtenaw Christian with nine points.
"We played hard, but we weren't ready to play against a good team like Livingston tonight," Washtenaw Christian (9-5) coach Dan Benefiel said. "We're at that point in the season where guys are banged up and working through other issues, and we just weren't up to the task tonight.
Ypsilanti Calvary Christian Academy's David Walker totaled a game-high 17 points and 10 rebounds, and James Bergler scored 10 points.
"We took the lead in the middle of the third, 25-23, but they had a 13-2 run to end the quarter," Calvary (1-14) coach Steve Thurmond said. "We had two free throws with 2.7 seconds left, made the first, and missed the second. We got the rebound, but missed the shot at the buzzer.