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Busy Friday Night in High School Basketball; Hope's Women Win Again


UNDATED (WHTC) - Here’s last night’s high school basketball scoreboard along the Lakeshore – Boys: Holland 56, Grand Haven 49; Holland Christian 50, Zeeland East 34; Zeeland West 59, Grand Rapids Catholic Central 53; Hamilton 76, Hopkins 46; Saugatuck 67, Gobles 19; Fennville 71, Bangor 53; Algoma Christian 80, Black River 43; and Wyoming Godfrey Lee 61, Calvary 55 – Girls: Mona Shores 47, Holland 17; Holland Christian 63, Zeeland East 23; Grand Rapids Catholic Central 34, West Ottawa 32; Hamilton 69, Hopkins 21; Gobles 45, Saugatuck 35; Bangor 54, Fennville 52; Black River 43, Algoma Christian 26; and Calvary 32, Wyoming Godfrey Lee 24.

In boys’ action next Friday evening, hear the Fennville at Saugatuck game on 92.7 The Van and http://927thevan.com/listen-live at 5:10 PM, and the Zeeland East-Zeeland West contest on 1450 WHTC and http://whtc.com/listen-live at 7:10 PM.


Maura McAfee led a balanced Hope attack with 13 points as the Flying Dutch downed visiting Findlandia last night, 78-46. Hope now hosts Capital at DeVos Fieldhouse this afternoon, with broadcast time on 92.7 The Van and http://927thevan.com/listen-live at 2:40 PM.

In state major college basketball, matinees today find Michigan State at Oakland and Michigan hosting Arizona, while contests this evening has Central Michigan in Dayton and Detroit at North Carolina State.


NHL play tonight has the Detroit Red Wings hosting Pittsburgh in a game that is on 1450 WHTC at 6:40 PM, and the Chicago Blackhawks skating at Toronto.


Grand Valley State is at Northwest Missouri State in NCAA Division II football tournament semifinal action this afternoon.


Andre Drummond scored 22 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, while Greg Monroe also tallied 22 with 11 caroms, as the Pistons beat visiting Brooklyn last night, 103-99. Detroit entertains Portland tomorrow evening.

Joakim Noah had 21 points and 18 rebounds, but the Bulls needed a triple from Mike Dunleavy with less than six seconds left to win in Milwaukee last night, 91-90. Chicago welcomes Toronto to the United Center this evening.


Goals by Ryan Sproul, Mitch Callahan and Teemu Pulkkinen in the last five minutes of the first period were enough for the Griffins to beat visiting Milwaukee last night, 4-2. The two teams have a rematch at Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids this evening.