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March Magic Continues for Three Along Lakeshore; GVSU Basketball Ends

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UNDATED (WHTC) - Three Lakeshore teams kept their March Magic dreams alive last night, with the assurance that at least one team from the Holland/Zeeland area, and perhaps two, could win a state high school basketball tournament district title tomorrow evening. Holland defeated Jenison, 55-48, and will host Hudsonville. Holland Christian downed Allendale, 50-34, and will host Zeeland West, a 55-53 winner over Unity Christian, at the Holland Civic Center. Calvary disposed of The Potter’s House, 50-34, and will entertain Tri-unity Christian at Holland Christian High. It was the end of the line for Fennville, a 64-58 loser at Western Michigan Christian, for Calvary, who fell in overtime to The Potter’s House, 54-53, and for Black River, who was humiliated by Muskegon Heights, 104-12. 

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Basketball season is over at Grand Valley State, with the women failing to reach the GLIAC tournament, and the men falling at Michigan Tech last night in conference quarterfinal action, 78-72. Ben Stelzer had 34 points for the Huskies; the Lakers end the campaign at 19-8.

In state major college basketball this evening, Michigan State is home to Iowa.

Hope College begins NCAA Division III tournament play tomorrow night, with the men hosting Penn State-Behrend (broadcast time 7:10 PM on 92.7 The Van and http://927thevan.com/listen-live), and the women facing Wisconsin Lutheran at Carthage of Wisconsin (coverage at 5:40 PM on 1450 WHTC and http://whtc.com/listen-live).

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The Red Wings and Blackhawks hope to enjoy home cooking this evening. Detroit welcomes Colorado to Joe Louis Arena, with broadcast time on 1450 WHTC at 7:10 PM, while Chicago entertains Columbus at the United Center.

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DJ Augustin scored 26 points off the bench in leading the Bulls past the Pistons at the Palace last night, 105-94. Tomorrow evening, Detroit travels to Minnesota and Chicago hosts Memphis at the United Center.

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Triston Grant’s goal with 1:45 left in the second period broke a 2-2 tie, lifting the Griffins past visiting Chicago last night, 4-2. Grand Rapids is home to Iowa at Van Andel Arena tomorrow evening.

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Exhibition baseball yesterday saw the Tigers blank Houston, 3-0; the Cubs fall to Colorado, 7-5; and the White Sox bleached by San Diego, 8-0. This afternoon, the Tigers play Philadelphia, the Cubs face Cleveland, and the White Sox split their squad to battle Seattle and Kansas City.

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