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February 15, 2013

Prep Basketball Roundup: Glen Lake cruises to win

Brengman eclipses the 1,000-point mark

MAPLE CITY — Glen Lake's Scotlyn Brengman eclipsed the 1,000-point mark in her career in the first quarter of a 50-25 Northwest Conference girls basketball victory Thursday over Frankfort.

Coming in needing only three points to hit the milestone, she quickly completed that and then went on to rack up 21 points, nine rebounds, four assists and three steals.

Jordan Peplinski added nine points, seven rebounds and two blocks, while Katie Stowe had 10 points and Jessica Lee six.

Kristin Smeltzer led Frankfort with seven points.

Glen Lake (14-4, 10-2 NWC) travels Tuesday to Buckley.

GIRLS

Gaylord St. Mary      43 Inland Lakes      27

Gaylord St. Mary clamped down on defense in the second half to rally for a 43-27 Ski Valley Conference victory over Inland Lakes that clinched a share of the league title.

The Bulldogs led 19-15 at halftime before being limited to eight points to rest of the way.

Kari Borowiak scored 19 points to lead the Snowbirds (18-2, 15-1 SVC), who are off until hosting districts starting Feb. 25.

Christina Smith and Mary Spyhalski scored nine points apiece for the Snowbirds.

Sarah Kolb scored 12 points to lead Inland Lakes.

Joburg-Lewiston      75 Mancelona      29

Abby Schlicher was all over on defense, leading Johannesburg-Lewiston to a 75-29 Ski Valley Conference victory over Mancelona that gave the Cardinals a share of the league crown.

Schlicher had seven steals and five blocks in addition to 16 points. Brittany Cherwinski and Katelyn Weaver had eight points each, while McKenzie Mathewson and Hannah Huff each grabbed six rebounds. Sydney McKinney had five steals and three assists.

Forest Area      44 Pellston      42

Forest Area came back from a 12-point deficit in the fourth quarter for a 44-42 Ski Valley Conference win over Pellston.

The Warriors (3-12) had 15 points and eight rebounds from Kourtni Birgy while Emily Gonyer had eight points, eight steals and five assists. Dani Johne also had six rebounds and three steals.

Kelly Lewis had 16 points for Pellston.

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