boys basketball roundup: Skyline loses overtime heartbreaker to Temperance Bedford and more Friday night results
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With less than a minute left in the fourth, Peter Bakker-Arkema hit a 3-pointer to put Skyline up 50-47. With the final seconds ticking away, Bedford’s Jackson Lamb connected on a 3-point shot with 1.2 seconds left to send the game into overtime, before Bedford won.
Bakker-Arkema had 11 points, and Akeme Okonkwo and Marquis Wesley each added 10 for Skyline (2-4, 0-1 SEC Red).
The game was tied at 12-12 after the first quarter before Temperance Bedford led 26-25 at halftime. Skyline battled back in the third to take a 38-34 lead going into the fourth.
Bedford outscored Skyline 10-1 in the extra period to get the win.
Daquanta Brown scored 25 points for Willow Run (1-6), which led 24-6 after the first quarter.
“We finally got a chance to pressure and created a lot of turnovers,” Willow Run coach Tim Cain said. “We got a lot of easy baskets and were able to play a lot of guys.”
Jermayne Nathan had 16 points, and Anthony Davis added 13.
Ann Arbor Pioneer (6-2, 2-0 SEC Red) relied on a cast of veteran players, led by Jibreel Hussein scoring 28 points, to carry the team to its sixth consecutive win.
Aedan York scored 12 points, and Ethan Spencer added 10 points, to supplement the leadership Pioneer need to grab the win.
“It was one of those games where our three guys that played a lot last year - Jibreel, Ethan and Aedan - made almost all of the key plays tonight,” Pioneer coach Rex Stanczak said. “They have been through the wars.
Monroe cut the lead to five with a scoring run early in the second quarter, and made another run late in the third quarter, but Pioneer remained out of reach
Ypsilanti's Janeau Joubert scored 12 points, Justin Bernard added 11 points and Jaylen Johnson tallied 10 points to lead the Phoenix (5-1, 2-0 SEC White)
Derek Seidl scored a game-high 16 points, including three 3-pointers to lead Dexter (2-5, 0-1 SEC White).
"We came out and were ready to play because we hadn't played since Dec. 29, which really brought out the fast start," Ypsilanti coach Steve Barooks said. "Dexter had a lot to do with slowing down our pace in the second half."
Ypsilanti outscored Dexter 12-11 in the third quarter, but the Dreadnaughts outscored the Phoenix in the fourth quarter.
Lazon Hicks scored 16 points for Lincoln (4-5, 1-1 SEC White) and Sherrod Motley-Dismuke made three 3-pointers.
“Lazon was impressive around both baskets,” Lincoln coach Rich Marion said. “He ran the floor well, and he was just huge tonight. His passing also pleased me greatly.”
With 6 seconds remaining, Chelsea (2-6, 1-1 SEC White) missed two shots before Luke Heumann came up from his guard position, grabbed the rebound and made the put-back shot as time expired.
"After that it was pandemonium," Chelsea coach Rourke Skelton said.
Heumann finished with four points, but the last two were the most important ones.
Luke Hollandsworth and Nate Bossory each had 11 points for Chelsea.
"It was a lesson in perseverance," Skelton said. "The ball didn't bounce our way, and we weren't shooting well. We kept putting pressure on their guards.
C.J. Turnage led Milan (6-1, 2-0 Huron League) with 16 points, 10 rebounds and four steals, while Thomas Lindeman added 12, including three 3-pointers to start the second half, Stephen Evans recorded 10 points and Latin Davis scored nine points.
“C.J. and Latin combined for 17 of our first 22 points,” Milan coach Josh Tropea said.
Milan led 37-18 after the first half.
Gabriel Richard’s Kamari Davis had 28 points, five steals and two assists, as Gabriel Richard (3-5, 1-1 Catholic League) pulled away from Dearborn Divine Child in the third quarter.
Davis scored 20 points in the third quarter, and during the game made nine field goals and was 10-for-10 from the free-throw line.
Jason Houle had 15 points for The Fighting Irish, and Evan Fosha had 10 points and eight rebounds.
Gabriel Richard trailed 34-32 at halftime before outscoring Divine Child 17-10 in the third quarter.
Greenhills 63, Warren Macomb Christian 17
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Greenhills (5-1) had 12 players who scored points, led by Derek Heitman who scored 10. Emmet Kulka had six rebounds.
In the second quarter, Greenhills scored 28 points and held Warren Macomb Christian to only three.
“We started making our shots in the second quarter, and the guys played pretty good defense,” Greenhills coach Andrew Wright said.
Rudolf Steiner opened the game on a 27-5 run to take control of the game on its way to securing its fifth win.
Koji Vroom led Rudolf Steiner (5-3) with 17 points, while Peter Larson added 15. Ben Hadlock added 14 points.
"This was a complete game for us; Marshall is a very young team with a lot of freshman and sophomores, and we only had eight players on our bench tonight," Rudolf Steiner coach Nick Sherwood said. "Our pressure got to them, and we jumped out to an early lead. "We came out with the best defensive quarter we've had all season in that first quarter."
Adrian Harrison had a game-high 20 points, Ailohi Izirein scored 13 and Michael Donatelli added 10 in Arbor Prep's (5-3) road win.
Harrison contributed five steals to the Gators' cause, while Charles Pakala racked up nine points and seven rebounds. Arbor Prep led 28-21 at halftime.
"We were able to come out and turn them over early," Arbor Prep coach Don Spencer said. "We really focused on executing our offense, and I think we did that start to finish.
Saline Washtenaw Christian’s Mathias Domat scored 24 points, and Brian Stout had 12.
“Mathias was shooting from the perimeter well,” Benefiel said. “He works inside and outside, and he’s a good rebounder. Most of his shots were coming on inbound plays and around the perimeter.”
Domat made three 3-pointers in Washtenaw Christian’s 20-point fourth quarter.
“Mathias tried to carry the team, and he’s a good leader,” Washtenaw Christian coach Dan Benefiel said. “He tries to pick up the team and lead by example.”
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