Traverse City Record-Eagle

Sports

January 23, 2014

Prep Sports Roundup: Oliver, Givens key Central win

From staff reports

PETOSKEY— Alex Oliver and Cam Givens scored two goals each Wednesday night as Traverse City Central defeated Petoskey 7-3 in a Big North Conference match-up.

Rhys Adle, Reilly deTar and Noah Batcha also scored goals, with Batcha notching his first on varsity. The Trojans scored six of their goals in the first two periods.

Assists went to Parker Hebden (three), Cooper Marshall, Derek Schrank (three) and Givens.

Jack Boyce made 14 saves in net for Central (9-6-1, 4-1-1 BNC), which hosts Alpena at 7:30 p.m. Saturday in a make-up game and plays rival TC West on Wednesday.

Petoskey’s goals were by Bray Spicer, Cam Wilder and Tom Crampton. Assists went to Crampton and Bryndan Worden (two).

BOYS HOOPS

Benzie Central 55

Glen Lake 54

Ismael Halaweh scored 20 points as Benzie Central held off Glen Lake 55-54 in a Northwest Conference game.

The Lakers missed a long shot at the buzzer after the Huskies failed to convert on two free throw attempts.

The game was close throughout. It was tied 20-20 at half and 35-35 after three quarters.

Javier Rodriquez added 10 points and 12 rebounds for Benzie (4-4, 4-1). Carter Lee finished with 15 points, Logan LaCross 13 and Travis Moore 11 for the Lakers

Benzie travels to St. Francis on Monday.

GIRLS HOOPS

Cadillac 43

Kingsley 31

Cadillac improved to 9-2 with a 43-31 non-league win over Kingsley.

Darby McLauren led the Vikings with 14 points. Alyssa Fisher added nine.

Autumn Goggin netted eight points and Lilly Rawlings seven for Kingsley (7-4), which hosts Mesick on Friday in a cancer benefit game.

Pellston 67

Forest Area 26

Hanah Carter and Kelly Lewis scored 14 points apiece as Pellston defeated Forest Area 67-26 in a Ski Valley contest.

Onna Hulwick paced Forest Area with 10 points.

Gaylord St. Mary 40

Central Lake 33

Kari Borowiak scored 21 points as Gaylord St. Mary beat upset-minded Central Lake 40-33 in Ski Valley play.

The game was tied 18-18 at half.

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