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Doubleheader Prep Basketball Action Along Lakeshore Tonight; GVSU Splits at NMU


UNDATED (WHTC) - Doubleheader high school basketball action is on tap along the Lakeshore this evening, as all match ups are boys/girls twin bills. We’ll carry the Holland Christian at Hamilton boys’ game on 1450 WHTC and http://whtc.com/listen-live, beginning at 7:10 PM, and both the boys and girls games between Saugatuck and visiting Bangor on 92.7 The Van and http://927thevan.com/listen-live, starting at 5:10 PM. Other fixtures include Byron Center at Holland, West Ottawa at Grandville, Muskegon at Zeeland East, Zeeland West at Unity Christian, and Fennville at Martin.


Grand Valley State split a basketball doubleheader at Northern Michigan last night. Alyssa Colla scored 25 points as the Wildcat women won the opener, 81-66. The Laker men took the nightcap, 64-41, behind 12 points from Trevin Alexander. GVSU’s teams are in Houghton to face Michigan Tech tomorrow afternoon.

Hope College’s Flying Dutchmen entertain Olivet tomorrow. Hear the game on 92.7 The Van and http://927thevan.com at 2:40 PM.

In state major college basketball last night, Oakland fell at Cleveland State, 86-76.


Henrik Lundqvist stopped 38 shots as the New York Rangers blanked the visiting Red Wings last night, 1-0. Detroit hosts Los Angeles tomorrow evening, with broadcast time on 1450 WHTC at 6:40 PM.

The Chicago Blackhawks welcome Anaheim to the United Center tonight.


NBA play this evening finds the Detroit Pistons home to Utah at the Palace and the Chicago Bulls visiting Washington.


The Grand Rapids Griffins host Abbotsford tonight in the opener of a two-game series at Van Andel Arena.


The NFL Conference Finals this Sunday are on 1450 WHTC, beginning at 2 PM with New England at Denver, followed by San Francisco at Seattle.