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Prep boys basketball roundup: Negaunee routs Manistique, Republic-Michigamme wins fourth game

January 25, 2014
By Ogdon Sports Staff , The Mining Journal

MANISTIQUE - Falling behind quickly, the host Manistique Emeralds dropped a 68-23 boys prep basketball decision to the second-ranked Negaunee Miners Friday night.

Manistique trailed 18-3 after the first quarter of the Mid-Peninsula Conference affair.

"They're a good team," Emeralds' coach Todd Kangas said of the Miners. "Their guards are very good and they're all pretty good shooters."

Eric Lori led the Miners (10-1 overall, 5-0 M-PC) with 15 points. Robert Loy hit 12 and Tyler Jandron added 10.

Tyler Kangas paced the Emeralds (1-9, 0-5) with six points. Manistique hit just 10 of 40 field goals and committed 11 turnovers.

"We (also) didn't rebound very well," coach Kangas said. "We gave up a lot of second and third shot opportunities."

Fact Box

Prep boys basketball

Republic-Michigamme 50, Baraga 42

Summary (field goals, free throws, total points)

BARAGA - Goodreau, 1-3-6; Varline, 5-7-17; Hueckstaedt, 2-0-5; Owens, 5-0-12; Coffey, 0-2-2. Totals, 13-12-42.

REPUBLIC-MICHIGAMME - Simula, 2-0-4; Kangas, 3-0-8; Schultz, 1-0-3; Carlson, 2-4-8; Antilla, 5-5-15; Koski, 5-2-12. Totals, 18-11-50.

Score by quarters:

Baraga 5 8 15 14 - 42

Republic-Michigamme 14 8 9 19 - 50

FG shooting: Baraga, unavailable; R-M, 18 of 45 (40 percent); FT shooting: Baraga, 12 of 15 (80 percent); R-M, 11 of 22 (50 percent); Rebounding, Baraga, unavailable; R-M, 28 (Philip Koski, 13).

Munising 50, Gwinn 43

Summary (field goals, free throws, total points)

MUNISING - Immel, 3-4-12; Kelto, 2-0-4; Blank, 3-2-10; Ackerman, 2-1-7; Hill, 1-5-8; Stasewich, 3-3-9. Totals, 14-15-50.

GWINN - Beauchamp, 1-0-2; Mottes, 2-0-5; Morse, 4-0-11; Nyquist, 6-2-14; DeVooght, 1-3-5; Skinner, 3-0-6. Totals, 17-5-43.

Score by quarters:

Munising 16 9 7 18 - 50

Gwinn 13 14 4 12 - 43

FG shooting: Munising, 14 of 36 (38.8 percent); Gwinn, 17 of 45 (37.7 percent); FT shooting: Munising,15 of 24 (62.5 percent); Gwinn, 5 of 14 (35.7 percent); Rebounding, Munising, 25 (Ben Stasewich, 10); Gwinn, 19 (Justin Nyquist, 6).

Ishpeming 59, Kingsford 39

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ISHPEMING - Briones 10, Millimaki 3, Zhulkie 10, Corp 6, DeCaire 10, Laurin 8, Hakkarinen 4, Suardini 2, Thornton 6. FT: 5-8. F: 12.

KINGSFORD - Gregory 11, Harrington 5, Stanchina 2, Glodowski 2, Voss 6, Hofer 11, Galbraith 2. FT: 10-12. F: 14.

FG shooting - I: 25-44 (3-pt: 5-16); K: 12-39 (3-pt: 4-15). 3-pt FGs - I: Briones (2), Millimaki, Zhulkie; K: Hofer (2), Voss (2), Gregory. Rebounding - I: 28 (Laurin 6); K: 20 (Several with 3).

Negaunee 68, Manistique 23

Score by quarters:

Negaunee 18 21 14 15 - 68

Manistique 3 6 8 6 - 23

Negaunee - Streeter 8, Radloff 3, E. Lori 15, Hemmila 4, Jandron 10, J. Lori 6, Loy 12, Windahl 5, Lindblom 5. FT: 10-13; F: 7; Fouled out: None; 3-point field goals: E. Lori 3, Loy 2, Jandron, Windahl, Lindblom.

Manistique - Floyd 2, Kangas 6, Ryan 3, Zellar 3, Strasser 3, Powers 4, Boyd 2. FT: 2-8; F: 9; Fouled out: None; 3-point field goal: Strasser.

Friday's scores

Ishpeming 59, Kingsford 39

Munising 50, Gwinn 43

Norway 57, West Iron County 54 (OT)

Houghton 48, Calumet 37

Hancock 68, Chassell 33

Republic-Michigamme 50, Baraga 42

Lake Linden-Hubbell 73, Dollar Bay 27

Jeffers 63, Watersmeet 46

Bessemer 59, Drummond (Wis.) 53

Mellen (Wis.) 64, Wakefield-Marenisco 54

Ironwood 62, Ontonagon 30

Wausaukee (Wis.) 58, Stephenson 36

Forest Park 54, Carney-Nadeau 50

North Central 84, Bark River-Harris 41

North Dickinson 49, Mid Peninsula 46

Rapid River 57, Superior Central 55

Negaunee 68, Manistique 23

DeTour at Engadine, ppd.

Brimley at Cedarville, ppd

St. Ignace at Rudyard, ppd.

Newberry at Cheboygan, ppd

Negaunee also won the jayvee game, 66-34.

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Republic-Michigamme 50, Baraga 42

At Republic, the Hawks matched their highest win total in at least eight years by improving to 4-6 with their third win over a future Copper Country Conference opponent this season.

R-M jumped out to a 14-5 lead after one quarter before the Vikings whittled it to 31-28 entering the fourth.

"In the fourth quarter, Baraga started to press and we broke it and got some easy baskets," Hawks coach Bill Radcliffe said.

Marcus Antilla led R-M scorers with 15 points, while fellow junior Philip Koski added 12 points and a team-high 13 rebounds.

Baraga (2-9) had the game's leading scorer, Brendan Varline, who had 17 points. Teammate Zac Owens chipped in with 12.

The Vikings won the JV game, 56-40.

R-M plays a make-up game at 2:30 p.m. today at home against Skyline Conference foe Bark River-Harris.

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Rapid River 57, Superior Central 55

At Eben, the score was tied 55-55 when the game's leading scorer, Rapid River's Jake Pearson, put up a difficult shot that completely missed the rim and backboard.

Teammate Lucas Bero got the offensive rebound and put up the winning layup, his only basket of the night, as time expired to beat SC.

Pearson finished with 19 points, 10 coming in the first quarter as the Rockets took a narrow 13-12 lead.

The game was tied 29-29 at halftime and 42-42 after three quarters to set the finish at the buzzer.

"We had multiple chances to pull away during the game, but just couldn't get over the hump," said SC coach Herb Jenkins, who cited unforced turnovers, not playing fundamentally sound and quick possessions as problems for his team.

Nick Maki led the Cougars (2-9 overall, 0-6 Central Upper Peninsula Conference) with 17 points. Cody Maki added 12 and Garrett Schertz scored nine points on a trio of 3-pointers.

RR (2-8, 2-6), which made just 2 of 10 free throws, also got 15 points from Zach Evans, including four 3-pointers.

 
 

 

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