UNDATED (WHTC) - High school boys’ basketball results from last night: West Ottawa 50, Hamilton 45; South Christian 54, Zeeland East 37; Zeeland West 74, Bridgman 34; Saugatuck 56, Lawrence 44; and Fennville 62, Marcellus 56. On Friday evening, hear the Fennville at Saugatuck game on 92.7 The Van and http://927thevan.com/listen-live at 5:10 PM, followed at 7:10 PM on 1450 WHTC and http://whtc.com/listen-live by the Zeeland East at Zeeland West contest.
High school girls’ basketball results from last night: Holland 47, East Grand Rapids 28; Hamilton 36, West Ottawa 33; Zeeland West 41, Black River 36; Saugatuck 45, Lawrence 41; and Marcellus 26, Fennville 22.
Grand Valley State swept a basketball doubleheader at Ohio Dominican last night. Trevin Alexander’s 16 points led the men to a 67-62 triumph, while Bailey Cairnduff talled 14 in the women’s 68-55 victory. GVSU’s men host Grace Bible this Saturday afternoon, while the Lady Lakers are at Indianapolis on Sunday.
In state major college basketball last night: Michigan State 78, North Florida 48; and Jacksonville State 82, Central Michigan 73. This evening, Western Michigan is at Drake and Detroit is at Akron.
Catch Hope College basketball this Friday night at 7:40 PM on 92.7 The Van and http://927thevan.com/listen-live, as the Flying Dutchmen entertain Lake Forest at DeVos Fieldhouse.
Visiting Anaheim scored four goals in the first period last night and went on to hand the Red Wings their sixth straight defeat, 5-2. Detroit hosts Calgary tomorrow evening, with coverage on 1450 WHTC at 7:10 PM.
Duncan Keith scored one goal and set up another in the first period last night, as the Blackhawks won at Nashville, 3-1. Winners in five of its last six games, Chicago is home to Vancouver on Friday evening.
NBA action tonight finds the Detroit Pistons at Boston and the Chicago Bulls in Houston.
American Hockey League play this evening has the Grand Rapids Griffins at Iowa.
Catch a NFL doubleheader this Sunday on 1450 WHTC, beginning at 3 PM with the Detroit Lions hosting the New York Giants, followed by the Chicago Bears’ Sunday Night game at Philadelphia.