ONEKAMA — Jane Hursey set a Suttons Bay record for three-pointers in a game when she drilled seven treys in a 71-56 girls basketball win at Onekama on Wednesday.

Hursey, who finished the game by going 7 for 8 from behind the arc, led all scorers with 25 points. She had 15 of those points in the first half after she drained three shots from long range. Delaney Kaufman added 24 points for the Norse, while Waskwane Stonefish had seven points, six rebounds and seven assists.

The Norse (5-2, 2-1 Northwest Conference) had a 25-22 lead at the half, but pulled away in the last two periods by creating steals off their defense and attacking the basket.

Leading Onekama was Kayla Kasibaski with 16 points, while Haily Kott had 11 and Emma Putney 10.


Manistee 60

Benzie Central 12

Manistee outscored Benzie Central 13-0 in the first quarter and cruised to a 60-12 victory.

Audrey Tomaszewski led the Chippewas (8-0) with 14 points. Annie Fuller and Emma Burns each chipped in 11 points and Emily Thompson had nine points. McKenzie Thompson added six rebounds and four assists.

Leah Stapleton had five points for Benzie.

Joburg-Lewiston 49

Central Lake 39

Madison Showerman scored a game-high 18 points to keep Johannesburg-Lewiston undefeated at 7-0. Emily Aisdorp added 12 points for the Cardinals, who travel Friday to East Jordan. Haley Patton scored 16 to lead Central Lake (4-3), which hosts Mancelona on Friday.

— Compiled by James Cook and Chris Dobrowolski

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