UNDATED (WHTC) - In high school basketball along the Lakeshore last night: Fennville swept a doubleheader from Lawrence, 69-60 for the boys and 62-33 for the girls; and Holland’s girls fell to Northview, 52-33.
This evening, there are seven boys/girls doubleheaders on tap, with the Unity Christian at Zeeland East boys’ game on 1450 WHTC and http://whtc.com/listen-live at 7:10 PM. Other twin-bills include Holland Christian at South Christian, Zeeland West hosting Reeths-Puffer; Hamilton entertaining Wayland Union; Saugatuck at Bloomingdale; Gobles at Fennville; and Calvary welcoming Fruitport Calvary to Holland Christian High. In addition, Holland’s boys are home to Union while the Dutch girls travel to Ottawa Hills, West Ottawa’s girls entertain Mona Shores; and Black River’s girls host North Muskegon.
Alex Eidson scored 15 points as Hope’s Flying Dutchmen downed visiting Trine last night, 75-61, before playing at Calvin tomorrow in a game that is on 92.7 The Van and http://927thevan.com/listen-live at 2:40 PM.
Hope’s women won at St. Mary’s last evening, 93-53, as Maura McAfee tallied 13 points. The Flying Dutch are home to Adrian at DeVos Fieldhouse tomorrow afternoon.
Grand Valley State split a doubleheader at Walsh last night. In the opener, Bailey Cairnduff tossed in 29 points as the women won, 93-53. Despite 26 points and 18 rebounds from Chaz Rollins, GVSU’s men fell in the nightcap, 75-66. The Lakers stay in Canton to face Malone in another twin-bill tomorrow.
In state major college basketball last night, Michigan won at Nebraska, 71-70.
Joe Pavelski had two goals as San Jose defeated the visiting Red Wings last night, 4-1. Detroit travels to Los Angeles tomorrow evening, with coverage on 1450 WHTC scheduled for 10:10 PM, following NFL playoff action.
NBA play tonight finds the Detroit Pistons at Philadelphia and the Chicago Bulls visiting Milwaukee.
The Grand Rapids Griffins open up a two-night series versus Iowa at Van Andel Arena this evening.
NFL playoff action on 1450 WHTC this weekend begins at 4 PM tomorrow with New Orleans at Seattle and Indianapolis at New England, and continues on Sunday at 12:30 PM with San Francisco at Carolina and San Diego at Denver.