Sports: Red Wings Win 3-1
The Red Wings beat the Sabres 3-1 in Buffalo last night. Detroit scored first on a short-handed goal by Darren Helm in the first. Gustav Nyquist found the net on a power play in the second. Tomas Tatar scored the other Wings’ goal. Petr Mrazek stopped 25 shots, and staved off 6 Buffalo attackers in the final minutes.
In a pregame ceremony, the Sabres retired former goaltender Dominik Hasek's number 39. Hasek played for Buffalo from 1992-2001, and for Detroit from 2001-04 and again from 2006-08. The Wings wrap up a six game road trip tomorrow against the Blues in St. Louis.
OhioStatebeatMichigan71-52 last night inColumbus. Caris LeVert scored 14 points and Zak Irvin had 11 for the Wolverines, who had a two-game winning streak end. U of M, 10-7 overall and 3-2 in Big Ten play, hosts Northwestern Saturday.
In the MAC tonight….
EMU is at Kent State.
11-and-2 CMU hosts to Miami
The WMU Broncos host Ball State.
The Michigan State Spartans are off until Saturday when they head toMaryland.
The Pistons hostNew Orleanstonight and head toIndianaon Friday. Detroit has won nine out of its last ten games but are 14-and-24 overall and are in last place Central Division.
New Harper Creek Football Coach Named
Harper Creek’s new head football coach is Mike Seedorff, replacing Ed Greenman, who stepped down after 30 seasons. Seedorff played at Harper Creek in High School and has coached there for two decades, leaving for 4 years to take the Head Coaching job at Charlotte.
High School Basketball
Lakeview 48, Portage Central 42 in a game heard on WBCK. The Spartans were down at the half, but came back for their first win of the season. Dayton Johnson led Lakeview with 13.
Benton Harbor 70, Battle Creek Central 62.
Harper Creek 76, Jackson Lumen Christi 66. TraVon Johnson with 32 points and 9 rebounds.
Pennfield 77, Coldwater 56. Steffen Kinne had 18 points.
Dreyson English hit a 3-pointer as time expired as St. Philip defeatedBellevue, 48-45. Hunter Haley led St. Phillip with 14 points.
Marshall 62, Parma Western 49. Jacob Brubaker helped Marshall stay unbeaten with 21 points.
Kalamazoo Heritage Christian 73, Calhoun Christian 30
Marshall Academy 56, Bedford Bible 27. Isaac Mead ledMarshallAcademywith 11 points.
Climax-Scotts 66, Camden-Frontier 47. Dallas Froberg had a career-high 37 points
Schoolcraft 49, Delton 38.
Olivet 57, Perry 52
Tekonsha 66, Litchfield 38. Riley Lloyd had 16.
Benton Harbor 77,Battle Creek Central 65. Ka-Leah Ryan finished with 30. Jamisha Smith had a double-double with a season-high 15 points and 10 rebounds.
Lakeview 43, Portage Central 28
JacksonLumen Christi 46, Harper Creek 36.
Pennfield 55, Coldwater 52. England Bennett with 21 and 9 rebounds.
Marshall68,Parma19. Jill Konkle ledMarshallwith 14.
MarshallAcademy60, Factoryville Christian 24. Sofiya Stumpos scored 20 points and
Elayna Hoyt had 14 points for Marshall Academy.
Athens41,Quincy19. Hailee Hurst had eight points
Schoolcraft 36, Delton Kellogg 21
Galesburg-Augusta 37,Constantine 27
Homer 48, Springport 43
LansingChristian 50, MapleValley 20.
Perry 48, Olivet 33.
Concord 63,Union City 36.
Tigers Spring Training
37 days until pitchers and catchers report for Spring Training inLakeland.
Athlete of the Week
We head to the lanes for this week's Athlete of the Week. It may be a new conference, but the Marshall Redhawks look to continue the same success that they had last year where they missed out on making it to State by 60 pins. A member of the Boys squad that missed out individually was sophomore Brady Brisson, who was two pins short as a freshman in regionals. He's in playoff form so far, as he currently leads the Interstate 8 Conference with a 232 average in four games, including a conference-high 265 shot at M-66 Bowl on January 7th. His low game so far is 201, and we're still waiting on the results from games on Monday and Tuesday. Congratulations Brady!