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Hope Scores Basketball Wins Over Calvin and Kalamazoo; GVSU Home to NMU Tonight


UNDATED (WHTC) - Alex Eidson scored 17 points as Hope’s Flying Dutchmen downed visiting Calvin last night, 83-65. The Orange and Blue hosts Albion on Saturday afternoon. Coverage from DeVos Fieldhouse on 92.7 The Van and http://927thevan.com/listen-live begins at 2:40 PM.

Hope’s women won at Kalamazoo last night, 96-54, behind a 15-point performance by Maura McAfee. The Flying Dutch are at Adrian on Saturday afternoon.

Grand Valley State’s men and women are at home this evening, welcoming Northern Michigan to the Fieldhouse Arena.

In state major college basketball last night: Michigan 79, Nebraska 50; Western Michigan 90, Ohio U. 74; Central Michigan 78, Kent State 73; and Akron 52, Eastern Michigan 48. This evening, Michigan State hosts Penn State and Oakland is home to Cleveland State.


High school basketball along the Lakeshore tonight finds Black River’s boys and girls entertaining Heritage Christian. Tomorrow evening at 7:25 PM on 1450 WHTC and http://whtc.com/listen-live, catch the Grandville at West Ottawa boys’ contest.


The Detroit Red Wings are in Miami to face the Florida Panthers this evening. Broadcast time on 1450 WHTC is at 7:10 PM.

Corey Crawford made 29 saves as the Blackhawks blanked the Ducks in Anaheim last night, 2-0. Chicago skates at Phoenix tomorrow evening.


Victor Oladipo tossed in 20 points as Orlando defeated the visiting Pistons last night, 112-98. Detroit is home to Brooklyn at the Palace tomorrow evening.

The Chicago Bulls play Golden State in Oakland tonight.


Sami Aittokallio needed to stop just 19 shots as visiting Lake Erie shut out the Griffins last night, 4-0. Grand Rapids travels to Toronto tomorrow evening.