Check out our must-know scores and news from Jan. 23-29.
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Eagles fly: Hudsonville was one of four top-six Division 1 teams at Saturday's LMCCOA Scholarship Meet at East Kentwood, with top teams from Divisions 2 and 3 also competing. The Eagles soared above them all with a score of 810.0704. (Grand Rapids Press)
Big Reds roll: The annual matchups between Lansing Sexton and Eastern always are among mid-Michigan's biggest games. But Friday's might've been arguably the biggest regular-season matchup in that city in at least a decade -- especially since Sexton joined Eastern's CAAC Blue this year. Sexton, the reigning MHSAA Class B champion, knocked off the Class A No. 2 Quakers 72-60. They'll meet again one more time this winter. (Lansing State Journal)
Detroit Public School League tournament begins: First-round games are complete, with the championship game scheduled for Feb. 16. Pershing and Cass Tech received the top seeds. (Detroit Public School League)
Cranbrook-Kingswood cruises: The Cranes, ranked No. 1 in Division 3, might have an argument as the state's best regardless of division after beating Division 2 No. 7 Warren DeLaSalle and Division 1 No. 5 Grosse Pointe North by a combined score of 17-6 on back-to-back nights. DeLaSalle did come back with a 2-1 win over Division 2 No. 1 Trenton on Saturday. The MHSAA Network has broadcasts of both Cranes games. (MHSAA.tv)
Scholar-Athlete finalists announced: More than 1,600 applicants were whittled to 120 finalists, with Marlette, Northville and Rochester Adams placing three apiece. The first winners will be announced Feb. 7. (Second Half)
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