Traverse City Record-Eagle

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December 8, 2012

Basketball roundup: 12/8/2012

KALKASKA — Mike O'Brien scored 18 points Friday night as Glen Lake topped Boyne City 57-52 in the Northwest Conference-Lake Michigan Conference Crossover Challenge.

Logan LaCross and Curtis Bunek added 12 points apiece for the Lakers (1-1), who outscored the Ramblers 17-9 in the third quarter to take a 39-33 lead.

Corey Redman's 14 points and 11 rebounds paced Boyne City (1-1). Maceo Vroman netted 11 points and Cole Butler 10.


Cadillac      53 McBain      42

McBain (1-1) rallied in the third quarter to pull within a point of host Cadillac, but the Vikings maintained a lead and went on to post a 53-42 victory.

A driving layup from junior guard Grant Gugle capped a 14-4 run and brought the Ramblers to within 37-36 in the final minute of the quarter. Matthew Ward, who scored 11, drained a jumper for Cadillac, however, to spark a Viking run that pushed the lead to double digits by the midway point of the final period.

Nick Paquet paced the Vikings (2-0) with 23 points, including four treys. Matt Adams added 11.

Senior Hunter Powell produced 18 points to pace McBain and fellow seniors Jared Larr and Trevor Lutke hit for 13 and six.

Northport      46 Lake Leelanau SM      42

Bill Stowe hit a driving lay-up and drew a foul for a three-point play that gave Northport the lead for good with 45 seconds left in a 46-42 win over Lake Leelanau St. Mary's.

Stowe scored a game-high 27 points and Jacob Brown added 13.

Drew Pobuda scored 12 points to lead St. Mary's, while Brandon McSawby had 10.

Lake Leelanau travels Tuesday to Mesick.

Charlevoix      53 Kingsley      45

Tanner Catt scored a game-high 16 points to lead Charlevoix to a 53-45 victory over Kingsley in the Lake Michigan-Northwest Crossover Challenge.

Sawyer Russell added eight points and five rebounds and Zach Hankins had eight points at six boards for the Rayders (1-0), who host Gaylord on Tuesday.

Charlevoix led 23-21 at halftime and expanded that lead to nine by the end of the third quarter.

Scott McPherson led Kingsley (1-1) with eight points.

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