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February 13, 2013

Prep Basketball Roundup: Traverse City West scores win

TC Central rallies in 4th quarter for win

CADILLAC — Traverse City West threw a monkeywrench into Cadillac's Big North Conference girls basketball title hopes Tuesday.

Katie Placek had 15 points and eight rebounds as the Titans went on the road for a 36-29 win over the Vikings. Cadillac entered the game with one league loss, the same as Petoskey.

"It was a hard fought game," West coach Dave Ginsberg said. "We played terrific defense. We may have knocked them out of a championship."

Kimmy Bilinski added 10 points for West (7-10, 7-3). Kiley Kreple contributed seven rebounds.

Hannah Baker scored 10 points for Cadillac.

Cadillac won the JV game 43-33. Jodi Turnquist netted 11 points for the Titans, who travel to Gaylord on Thursday.

West won the freshman game 40-37. Marie Savoie had 11 points and 10 rebounds and Abby Moyes nine points and 11 rebounds.

TC Central     54 Gaylord     39

Down 33-31 entering the final quarter, Traverse City Central closed on a 23-6 run to score a come-from-behind 54-39 Big North Conference win over Gaylord.

"We did a good job finishing," Central coach Ryan Knudsen said.

Madi Bankey led the Trojans with 18 points. Jesse Hiemstra added 13 and Tyler Rawlings eight. McKenzie Edwards finished with 16 for Gaylord.

Gaylord won the JV game 39-35. Carrie Wynkoop's 12 points topped the Trojans.

Central claimed the freshman game 50-9 as Emily Jenkins led the way with 16 points. Montana Brumfield had 11 boards.

Kingsley     64 Leland     27

Autumn Goggin's 22 points and six steals sparked Kingsley to a 64-27 Northwest Conference win over Leland.

Katie Travis and Andrea Lee added nine points apiece. Travis also had five steals and Lee eight rebounds.

Libby Munoz and Whitney Schaub netted seven for Leland (5-12).

Kingsley (14-3, 10-1) hosts Buckley on Thursday.

Glen Lake     59 Mesick     23

Scotlyn Brengman moved closer to the 1,000 career point mark by scoring 18 in Glen Lake's 59-23 Northwest Conference win over Mesick.

Brengman is now three shy of the milestone. She also had six rebounds in the triumph. Jordan Peplinski contributed 11 points and nine rebounds and Katie Stowe nine points for the Lakers (13-4, 9-2), who host Frankfort Thursday.

Abby Trowbridge had six points for Mesick.

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