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Busy Prep Basketball Night Along Lakeshore; Flying Dutchmen Win


UNDATED (WHTC) - On a very busy Friday night in high school basketball along the Lakeshore, here are the boys' results: Holland Christian 77, Grandville 68; West Ottawa 58, Byron Center 34; Zeeland East 58, Hudsonville 49; Zeeland West 69, Grand Rapids Catholic Central 66; Hamilton 49, Hopkins 46; in overtime, Saugatuck 73, Gobles 68; Fennville 50, Bangor 44; and Zion Christian 48, Calvary 47, In girls' basketball: East Grand Rapids 44, Holland 33; Grandville 42, Holland Christian 33; West Ottawa 40, Zeeland East 31; Hudsonville 48, Zeeland West 20; Hamilton 70, Hopkins 28; Gobles 44, Saugatuck 36; Bangor 43, Fennville 35; and Calvary 48, Zion Christian 30. On Tuesday evening at 6:40 PM, hear boys' basketball action on 1450 WHTC and http://whtc.com/listen-live/, as Holland hosts Grand Haven, or on 92.7 The Van and http://927thevan.com/listen-live/, as Saugatuck entertains Lawrence.


Colton Overway tossed in 21 points as Hope defeated visiting Covenant in the Russ DeVette Classic on Friday night, 87-73. The Flying Dutchmen now entertain Spring Arbor, a 68-62 winner over Grace Bible, for the tournament title on Saturday. Coverage on 92.7 The Van and http://927thevan.com/listen-live/ is at 2:40 PM.

Grand Valley State's two basketball teams welcome Ohio Dominican to the Fieldhouse Arena in Allendale for games on Saturday afternoon.

Saturday matinees in state major college basketball include Michigan State hosting Loyola of Chicago; Michigan home to Arkansas; Central Michigan traveling to Charlotte; Eastern Michigan entertaining Purdue; Detroit welcoming Rochester; and Oakland visiting Ohio. Evening action has Western Michigan at Illinois State.


Joakim Noah posted single-game pro career bests of 30 points and 23 rebounds, leading the Bulls to a 108-104 victory over the Pistons at the Palace on Friday night. Saturday evening play finds Chicago home to New York at the United Center, while Detroit travels to Cleveland.


Tom McCollum stopped 20 shots for the shutout, as the Griffins blanked the Wolves in suburban Chicago on Friday night, 3-0. Grand Rapids welcomes Rockford to Van Andel Arena for a late Sunday afternoon matinee.