Traverse City Record-Eagle

Prep Sports

February 21, 2013

Prep Sports Roundup: Bellaire clinches SVC crown

BELLAIRE — Mitch Teetzel and Denny Hall led Bellaire to a 56-40 victory Wednesday over Mancelona that clinched the Ski Valley Conference crown for the undefeated Eagles.

Teetzel had 17 points and Hall 15 for Bellaire.

Griffin Borst paced Mancelona with 21 points and six rebounds, while Brandon Dingman had 10 points, six rebounds and three assists for the Ironmen (13-5, 11-3 SVC), who host Johannesburg-Lewiston on Friday.


TC Central 	48

Bay City West. 	36

A balanced attack led Traverse City Central to a 48-36 non-conference road victory over Bay City Western.

Ethan Pilarski scored 11 points and Taylor Cook 10, while Tanner Kenney grabbed eight rebounds. Nate Schlusler had seven points, seven assists and five boards.

The Trojans (5-12) head across town Friday to play Traverse City West.

Central won the JV game 42-31, led by David Irish's 17 points.

Western won the freshman game 34-20.

East Jordan 	62

Kalkaska 	41

Jordan Weber's game-high 15 points helped East Jordan earn a 62-41 Lake Michigan Conference win over Kalkaska in a game that was postponed Tuesday due to weather.

Matt Bolser scored 11 and Colin Petrie 10 for the Red Devils.

Caleb Gelinas scored 11 points for the Blazers, Marlin Reese and Aaron Zimmerman had nine points each and Major Bevis contributed seven points and nine rebounds. Kalkaska hosts Boyne City on Friday.

Grayling 	73

Charlevoix 	48

Jake Swander led four Grayling players in double figures in a 73-48 Lake Michigan Conference victory over Charlevoix.

Swander scored 16, while Tyler McClanahan added 12 points and four steals and Scott Parkinson and Justice Junttila each scored 11 points.

The Vikings (13-4, 10-2 LMC) host East Jordan on Friday.

Charlie Hamilton scored 18 to lead Charlevoix.

Suttons Bay 	39

Frankfort 	30

Aaron Orban scored 11 points to lead Suttons Bay to a 39-30 Northwest Conference win over Frankfort.

Logan Mikesell added seven for the Norsemen (5-11, 3-8 NWC), who travel Friday to Leland.

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