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Last Busy Tuesday Night of HS Basketball Along Lakeshore; Hope's Teams in Action Tonight

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UNDATED (WHTC) - It was the last nearly full night of high school basketball along the Lakeshore this winter. In boys’ results: Zeeland West 74, Holland 67; Holland Christian 57, Byron Center 41; Hudsonville 53, West Ottawa 36; Zeeland East 50, Kenowa Hills 43; Hamilton 49, Unity Christian 44; Saugatuck 67, Lawton 27; Fennville 62, Watervliet 59; Calvary 64, Heritage Christian 44; Freedom Christian 55, Black River 32. Girls’ results: Zeeland West 50, Holland 30; Holland Christian 55, Byron Center 47; West Ottawa 63, Hudsonville 42; Unity Christian 42, Hamilton 36; Calvary 21, Heritage Christian 11; Black River 51, Freedom Christian 28.

Prep round ball this evening has Zeeland East’s boys hosting Kenowa Hills, Fennville entertaining Bangor in a girls/boys doubleheader, and Saugatuck’s girls visiting Martin. Catch the Hamilton at Holland boys’ game on Friday night at 7:10 PM on 1450 WHTC and http://whtc.com/listen-live.

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Hope College has both of its basketball teams in action this evening. While the Flying Dutch welcome Albion to DeVos Fieldhouse, the Flying Dutchmen visit Kalamazoo in a game that is on 92.7 The Van and http://927thevan.com/listen-live at 7:10 PM.

In state major college basketball last night, Detroit won at Illinois-Chicago, 65-59. This evening, Western Michigan travels to Ohio U., and Central Michigan is home to Ball State.

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Al Jefferson scored 32 points and grabbed 12 rebounds as visiting Charlotte downed the Pistons last night, 108-96. In NBA play this evening, Detroit and the Bobcats have a rematch in Carolina, while the Chicago Bulls resume action following the All-Star Game break by visiting Toronto.

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