From staff reports
PETOSKEY — Traverse City West won for the fourth time in the last five games, beating Petoskey 33-21 in a Big North Conference girls basketball game Thursday.
The Titans (5-10, 5-4 Big North) were ahead 22-18 entering the final period, but outscored the Northmen 11-3 in the fourth.
Kimmy Bilinski and Kylie Kreple each had nine points for the Titans, while Paris Wagner had seven points and nine rebounds. Natalie Weaver led Petoskey with six points and four rebounds.
West hosts Alpena and Petoskey hosts Cadillac on Saturday.
West took the junior varsity game 28-24. Kalyn Havens had eight for West.
Petoskey won the freshman game 32-19.
Down 12 in the third quarter, unbeaten Manistee rallied for a 47-44 non-league win over Cadillac.
Audrey Tomaszewski had 14 points and Emma Burns 10 points, 11 blocks and seven rebounds for the 14-0 Chippewas, who hit 17 of 21 free throws in the second half. Abby Fuller led Cadillac with 16 points.
Glen Lake 41
Leland led through much of the first half, but Glen Lake overtook the Comets in the second half as the Lakers posted a 41-33 win.
The Comets (6-8) were ahead 12-4 after one period and 16-15 at the half. Glen Lake pulled ahead by two entering the fourth quarter, 27-25.
Jessica Lee had 15 points and 10 rebounds and Jordan Peplinski 14 points and 11 rebounds for Glen Lake (9-5, 7-2 Northwest).
For Leland, which hosts the TC Bulldogs on Monday, Libby Munoz had 19 points and Caitlin McKee had 10 points.
Benzie Central 35
Autumn Goggin’s 24 points, seven rebounds and five steals led Kingsley to a 57-35 Northwest Conference win over Benzie Central.
Lily Travis added 15 points, five rebounds and three steals for Kingsley (10-5, 8-3). Sarah Goodchild had 13 for Benzie.
Suttons Bay 45
Hannah Steed scored nine points while Delaney Kaufman and Jane Hursey added eight each as Suttons Bay defeated Buckley 45-36 in Northwest Conference play.
Hannah Baldinger netted 13 points and Marlee Harris 10 for Buckley. Kaufman pulled down 18 rebounds for the Norse (7-8, 5-4), who travel to Frankfort on Tuesday.
Gaylord St. Mary 74
Kari Borowiak established a career high for points and moved into second place on Gaylord St. Mary’s all-time scoring list in the Snowbirds’ 74-19 victory over Pellston.
Borowiak poured in 32 points to go with eight steals, six rebounds and five assists. Bekah Myler added 12 points for the Snowbirds (14-1, 11-0 Ski Valley).
St. Mary, which is at Central Lake on Monday, led 53-6 at the half.
Forest Area 14
Bellaire improved to 13-2 overall and 11-1 in the Ski Valley after a 60-14 win at Forest Area.
Leighten Koepke had 17 points, eight assists and five rebounds for the Eagles. Madalyn Balon finished with 15 points and four steals and Renee Lalone 10 points and six rebounds.
Inland Lakes 28
Devin Bristley scored 16 points, Erika Price 13 and Lexi Szymoniak 10 as Onaway rolled past Inland Lakes 57-28 in Ski Valley play.
Szymoniak also had 16 rebounds for the Cardinals (8-7, 7-6).
LL St. Mary 42
Rachel Schaub scored 12 points to lead Lake Leelanau St. Mary over Northport, 42-36. Leading Northport was Mariah Kalchik with 14 points.
TC Bulldogs 45
GT Academy 19
The Traverse City Bulldogs used a 20-4 start to cruise past Grand Traverse Academy 45-19.
Leading the Bulldogs (12-5) were Molly Plamondon with 21 points and seven steals, Becca Wilkinson with 11 points and 10 rebounds, and Sara Plamondon with nine points, 12 rebounds and seven assists. The Bulldogs face Northport tonight at Leelanau School.
Tori Corwin and Dakota Morgan each had eight points for the Mustangs.
TC Christian 63
LL St. Mary 36
Kris Crosby had 20 points, 11 rebounds and four assists, and Ben Larkins added 13 points and three assists in Traverse City Christian’s 63-36 victory against Lake Leelanau St. Mary.
Drew Pobuda had 16 points and 10 rebounds for St. Mary.
Christian (6-4) is at McBain Northern Michigan Christian tonight.
Rams sweep LMC meet at Nub’s Nob
John Bailey swept the slalom and giant slalom as the Harbor Springs boys skied to a win in a Lake Michigan Conference meet at Nub’s Nob.
The Rams finished with 45 points. Elk Rapids-St. Francis took second with 54.5.
Bailey won the slalom in 53.77 and the GS in 52.68. Charlevoix’s Brad Klinger was second in GS (52.92) while teammate Brandon Cardwell came in second in slalom (54.44).
Elk Rapids-St. Francis had four skiers in the top eight in slalom — Nick Cunningham was fourth (55.96), Sean Wells fifth (56.27), Jake Klein sixth (56.88) and Addison Clark eighth (59.60).
In the GS, Wells took fourth (54.11), Christian Stellin sixth (54.78), Cunningham seventh (55.33) and Klein 14th (57.78).
Harbor Springs won the girls meet with 27 points. Elk Rapids-St. Francis finished second with 87.
The Rams swept the top three spots in slalom — Demi Trabucchi (55.44), Tia Esposito (55.77) and Alexa Wespiser (57.55). Esposito placed second (53.17), Robyn Dendel third (54.98) and Sadie Cwikiel fourth (55.79) in GS for the Rams.
Carlee McCardel won the GS (52.66) for Elk Rapids-St. Francis. Sara Trilla was eighth (57.48), Haley Chell 13th ( 58.73) and Danielle Donahue 23rd (1:15.39). In slalom, McCardel finished fifth (59.29), Trilla eighth (1:03.7), Chell 11th (1:05.05) and Donahue 23rd (1:31.03).