Ann Arbor Basketball: Dexter boys roll Jackson with grand opening run

ANN ARBOR – There was no waiting for Dexter’s basketball team on Tuesday.

The Dreadnaughts took the 25-0 lead in the first quarter en route to a 69:30 win over Jackson to secure the season win.

Tuesday’s 39-point win over Jackson was Dexter’s biggest of the season and the 69 points was the second highest of the year.

Cal Bavineau led Dexter with 17 points, eight assists and three steals, while Evan Haroldson added 14 points. Colin Parachek took 13 points, seven rebounds and four steals, Aidan Dexter scored 11 points, and Sam Sterlitz recorded 11 rebounds and four blocks.

The Dreadnaughts rose 9: 3 overall and 5: 2 in the Southeastern Conference White and will face Tecumseh on Friday.

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Ypsilanti Arbor Prep Senior Malcolm Clements (Courtesy photo)

Malcolm Clements leads Arbor Prep past Warren Michigan Collegiate

Malcolm Clements, a standout Arbor Prep senior, scored 28 points to lead the Gators to a 58-53 win over WMC.

In addition to Clements’ performance, Patrick Kombo scored 12 points as the Gators improved to 8-2 overall.

Arbor Prep is back in action on Thursday against the Dearborn Henry Ford Academy.

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Father Gabriel Richard falls to Howell

FGR couldn’t find the offense in Tuesday’s 38:24 loss to Howell.

The Fighting Irish were between 18 and 10 at halftime and ended the season with the lowest score.

Boomer Reilly led FGR with 10 points, followed by 7 points from Russ Schwartz and Carter Bandemer led Howell with 12 points.

The Fighting Irish fell to 6-6 overall and will try to get back on track against the Clarkston Everest Collegiate on Thursday.

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Huron beats Saline 40-31

Huron’s Devin Womack, 2, received a high five from a teammate after beating Saline 40-31 at Saline High School on Friday, February 26, 2021. (Alie Skowronski / Skowronski | The Ann Arbor News

Huron defeated rivals Skyline 10-0

The River Rats used their patented defenses to shut down Skyline, improve to 10-0, and win their rival’s season.

Huron led 18-13 at halftime and got the offensive rolling in the second half to retreat with the win. Huron also kept skyline at its lowest point of the year.

Devin Womack approached Huron with 17 points and Jack Williams led Skyline with 10 points.

The River Rats are expected to remain undefeated if they take on Monroe on Thursday, while Skyline (5-4, 4-2 SEC-Red) will ricochet at home against Ann Arbor Pioneer on Thursday.

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Whitmore Lake leads the Ann Arbor Central Academy behind Alden Stefanovski’s monster game

Alden Stefanovski did his best of the season helping Whitmore Lake beat Ann Arbor Central Academy.

Stefanovski recorded 21 points and 23 rebounds to lead the Trojans to 53-29 and claim their second win in their last three games after opening the year 0-7.

Isaac Brady added 17 points to help the Trojans bring the win to 2-8.

Whitmore Lake is expected to face Westland Huron Valley Lutheran on Thursday.


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