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Friday, December 11, 2009

Friday Night Fast Break

Friday Hoops:
Brown City 58, vs Imlay City 44
Bad Axe 60, @ Yale 48
CPS 62, vs Akron-Fairgrove 35
North Huron 66 @ Kingston 42
Owen-Gage 53  @  Memphis 60
Port Hope 34 vs  Peck 63
Dryden 67, vs Caseville 43
Caro 50  @  North Branch 66
Millington 50 @ Birch Run 64
Croswell-Lexington 39 vs Lake Fenton 51- Saturday

Deckerville 60, @  Capac 37
Mayville 50, @ Cass City 38
Sandusky 65  @  Lakers 33
Marlette 41 @ Reese 67
USA 56, vs Ubly 34
Caro 24  @  North Branch  56
Millington 37 @ Birch Run 49

*Scores are courtesy of Huron Daily Tribune, Huron County Press,, Port Huron Times Herald, Area Schools & Athletic Directors, and the Thumb Tailgater Fans!

**National Championship For Michigan!
Let's not forget about watching the Grand Valley State Lakers go for another national college football Division 2 Championship on Saturday against Northwest Missouri. The game will be televised on EPSN 2 - Saturday, 1pm, in Florence, Alabama. The Lakers got there by playing in a playoff system. A playoff in college football!?!? What a great and new concept!
More Info on Grand Valley State can be found at M


Anonymous said...

Where do you get all the scores at?

Anonymous said...

I talked to Jim Quinn tonight, he was very happy about the win. It should be noted that all three Bad Axe teams defeated Yale tonight. Hopefully, the program is on the verge of turning around.

Paul P.

Eddie Fury said...

If we get the clearance - we plan on covering the Bad Axe / Marlette game at the Palace of Auburn Hills.

Anonymous said...

Bad Axe won Yale last year 54-48..

Not to big of a surprise that they pulled it out again this year..

Bad Axe has alot of returning players so I think they will do alot better than they are predicted to do..

Teams better not be looking past the big Hatchet or they will find themselves in trouble..