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Posted on Fri, Feb 17, 2012 : 9:48 p.m.

Pioneer crushes Monroe to stay atop SEC Red standings and more Friday night results

By Staff

This file will be updated as we receive results.

The Pioneer High School boys basketball team maintained control of the Southeastern Conference Red Division race with a 61-34 win at Monroe on Friday night.

Jibreel Hussein scored a game-high 17 points for the Pioneers (13-4, 8-1), who led 35-12 by halftime and cruised to the win.

"We've got a lot of work to do, but I like the fact that we control our own destiny," said Pioneer coach Rex Stanczak, whose team is one game ahead of Huron and Temperance Bedford.

More at Story | Boxscore

Huron has won the past two SEC Red titles. Before that, Pioneer had won four in a row.


Temperance Bedford 63, Skyline 56: Skyline was outscored 22-10 in the fourth quarter as the Eagles lost at home to Bedford. (Story | Boxscore)

Tecumseh 40, Chelsea 35: Chelsea scored 20 points in the final three quarters as the Bulldogs lost on the road. (Story | Boxscore)

Hanover-Horton 79, Manchester 44: Manchester led 15-14 after one quarter before Hanover-Horton outscored Manchester 40-11 in the second quarter to take control. (Story | Boxscore)

Clinton 68, Whitmore Lake 54: Nick Nied led Whitmore Lake with 14 points. (Story | Boxscore)

Highland Park 38, Willow Run 33: Willow Run blew a fourth-quarter lead at home as the Flyers failed to have a player score in double-digits. (Story | Boxscore)

Hillsdale Academy 57, Saline Washtenaw Christian 40: Washtenaw Christian was outscored 20-6 in the third quarter and fell on the road to Hillsdale Academy. (Story | Boxscore)

Adrian 61, Lincoln 53: Details not available.

Milan 60, Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central 48: Details not available.

Rudolf Steiner 66, Marshall Academy 33: Koji Vroom's double-double leads Storm to win. (Story | Boxscore)


Huron 48, Saline 21: Ten River Rats scored for Huron, who led 30-9 at halftime and improved to 11-0 in Southeastern Conference play. (Story | Boxscore)

Pioneer 48, Monroe 29: Janese Honeycutt scored a game-high 12 points as Pioneer improved to 10-8 (7-4 Southeastern Conference). (Story | Boxscore)

Temperance Bedford 54, Skyline 33: Another slow start hurt the Eagles, who have yet to win a conference game. Zena Shunnar led Skyline with eight points. (Story | Boxscore)

Chelsea 55, Tecumseh 26: Chelsea shut out Tecumseh in the first quarter and Megan Hall scored 15 as Chelsea picked up its 17th win of the season. (Story | Boxscore)

Dexter 37, Ypsilanti 30: Tied after three quarters, Dexter found a way to pull out the victory behind Teia McGahey’s 12 points. (Story | Boxscore)

Ann Arbor Greenhills 56, Sterling Heights Parkway Christian 33: Jackie Oestreich scored 21 and Marissa Thompson 19 as Greenhills blew out Parkway Christian. (Story | Boxscore)

Ann Arbor Rudolf Steiner 49, Marshall Academy 9: Rudolf Steiner didn’t allow more than three points in any quarter as Tessa Belanger and Anika Sproull each outscored Marshall. (Story | Boxscore)

Clinton 46, Whitmore Lake 38: Despite 16 points from Miranda Owens, Whitmore Lake faltered late and dropped to 3-16. (Story | Boxscore)

Willow Run 41, Highland Park 34: The Flyers' Keya Lawson led all scorers with 20 points and added 15 rebounds. (Story | Boxscore)