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December 21, 2013

Prep Basketball Roundup: Kingsley beats Benzie Central

From staff reports

Kingsley school records for three-pointers and assists in a game were broken as the Stags beat Benzie Central 63-32 in girls basketball on Friday.

Leah Hall set the mark for threes with 8 — part of a 26-point night — while Autumn Goggin dished out 15 assists in the victory. Lilly Rawlings added 17 points for the Stags (4-2, 2-1 Northwest) and Alysia Folkersma grabbed seven rebounds.

Manah Harrison scored 10 points for Benzie.

Kingsley is at Cheboygan on Jan. 3.

GIRLS HOOPS

Frankfort 70

Mesick 28

Pauline Leusten scored 17 points and MacKenna Kelly had 13 points as Frankfort remained undefeated with a 70-28 win over Mesick.

Leusten added three steals and Kelly chipped in six assists and five steals for the Panthers (6-0), who led 21-4 after one period and 43-13 at the half.

Clara Jurik had eight points for Mesick.

Frankfort faces St. Joseph Michigan Lutheran on Dec. 27 at Davenport College.

Kalkaska 54

Grayling 38

Six players scored five or more points as Kalkaska’s balanced attack downed host Grayling 54-38.

The Blazers (4-1, 2-0 Lake Michigan Conference) — who play next in a Jan. 4, 3 p.m. game against Oak Park at The Palace of Auburn Hills — were led by Taylor Birgy’s 10 points and four assists.

Reyann Homan added eight points and five rebounds, Sapphire Lajewski had nine points and four steals, Sydney Terry produced seven points, four assists and four steals, Micah Lajewski chipped in five points, five rebounds and four steals and Paige Waterman had six points.

Grayling (3-2, 0-2 LMC) was paced by 13 points from Sam Denno and nine by Erica Umlor.

Elk Rapids 48

Boyne City 39

Bridget Hintz and Paige Granger led Elk Rapids to a 48-39 Lake Michigan Conference victory over Boyne City.

Hintz had 17 points and 16 rebounds and Granger put up 14 points and 12 boards, including six points in a key 15-5 fourth-quarter run.

The Elks (4-2, 3-0 LMC) host TC St. Francis on Jan. 6.

Rainy McCune paced Boyne City with 10 points.

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