Today in the MHSAA: 3/4/20
Today in the MHSAA: 3/4/20
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Posted Wednesday, March 4, 2020

By Geoff Kimmerly
Second Half editor

The boys basketball regular season is over for many and has a game left for most of the rest, but Tuesday was still time enough to get in a few of the biggest matchups in the state this season plus plenty of title celebrations and a major scoring milestone.

1. Boys Basketball: Ann Arbor Huron held on for a 64-54 win over Ypsilanti Lincoln that could be a preview of one of next week’s biggest District matchups – Ann Arbor News

2. Boys Basketball: Grand Blanc edged Flint Beecher 62-55 in a matchup of MHSAA title contenders in Divisions 1 and 3, respectively – Flint Journal

3. Boys Basketball: Stevensville Lakeshore broke a first-place tie and clinched the outright Southwestern Michigan Athletic Conference West championship with a 53-27 win over Portage Central – St. Joseph Herald-Palladium

4. Boys Basketball: A 48-41 win over Johannesburg-Lewiston gave Gaylord St. Mary its first Ski Valley Conference title in 18 seasons – Gaylord Herald Times

5. Boys Basketball: Quincy claimed a share of a fourth-consecutive Big 8 Conference championship with a 57-38 win over Jonesville – Coldwater Daily Reporter

6. Boys Basketball: Howell held on for a 52-48 win over Canton to clinch the overall Kensington Lakes Activities Association title – State Champs Sports Network

7. Boys Basketball: Erie Mason downed Onsted 90-62 to finish a repeat run to the Lenawee County Athletic Association title – Monroe News

8. Boys Basketball: Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern earned a share of the Ottawa-Kent Conference White title with Forest Hills Central with a 58-44 win over Grand Rapids Northview – FOX 17

9. Boys Basketball: Grant secured a share of the Central State Activities Association Gold championship with an 85-77 win over Fremont – FOX 17

10. Boys Basketball: Centreville downed Hartford 68-44 to earn a share of the Southwest 10 Conference title with Cassopolis, which defeated Mendon 58-49 – Sturgis Journal |

Also of note …

Boys Basketball: Marcus Johnson went over 2,000 career points as Iron Mountain downed Gladstone 95-55 – Escanaba Daily Press


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