Today in the MHSAA: 1/15/19
Today in the MHSAA: 1/15/19
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Posted Tuesday, January 15, 2019

By Geoff Kimmerly
Second Half editor

A matchup of two of the north’s top girls basketball teams plus rivalry games in hoops and hockey highlighted Monday’s action across the state.

1. Girls Basketball: Kingsley won a matchup of league leaders, downing Manton 66-40 – WPBN

2. Hockey: Division 3 No. 6 Houghton poured in four goals during the third period to get past Hancock 6-1 – Houghton Daily Mining Gazette

3. Girls Basketball: Charlevoix won a matchup of first-place teams in the Lake Michigan Conference, 56-32 over Elk Rapids – Petoskey News-Review

4. Skiing: Gaylord’s Reagan Olli won both slalom and giant slalom at the Big North Conference competition at Crystal Mountain; Petoskey’s boys and Traverse City Central’s girls finished first among teams – Traverse City Record-Eagle

5. Boys Basketball: Justus Clark made both free throws with a tenth of a second to play to get North Farmington past Farmington High 41-39 – C&G Newspapers

6. Boys Basketball: Buchanan came back from 10 points down to defeat Constantine 59-51 – JoeInsider.com

7. Girls Basketball: Coleman made a last-second stop to outlast Tawas 35-34 – Midland Daily News

8. Girls Basketball: Sanford Meridian came back from a five-point halftime deficit to down Breckenridge 48-33 – Midland Daily News

9. Boys Basketball: Rapid River made 57 percent of its shots from the field in a 68-54 win over Powers North Central – Escanaba Daily Press

10. Bowling: Grand Haven’s girls downed East Kentwood’s 27-3, while the boys teams tied in league competition – Grand Haven Tribune

Also of note …

Wrestling: From Saturday, Division 1 No. 2 Brighton downed No. 4 Hartland to claim the Kensington Lakes Activities Association West championship – Livingston Daily Press & Argus


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