Detroit Hustle Player of the Week
Congratulations to Jermon of the College Division Wolverines on being named the Detroit Hustle Player of the Week for his contributions in his team’s 33-22 victory on Saturday! Jermon scored 10 points and had 5 rebounds, helping his team earn their first victory of the season.
Friday, March 2nd, Berkshire
FIREBIRDS 16, REBELS 14: Hannah Gable scored 6 points and Rylee Mott added 4 points as the Firebirds improved to 2-1 on the season. Lola Finneran led the Rebels (1-2) with 10 points.
WINGS 14, STORM 13: The Wings moved to 2-4 on the season, as Lilly Gallaher netted 6 points and Neema Baddam added 4 points. The Storm (1-5) were led by Ari Parker’s 7 points.
KNIGHTS 27, WARRIORS 9: Tony Forbes paced the Knights with 12 points as they picked up their 4th win of the season and improved to 4-1 overall. For the Warriors (2-3), Che Douglas scored 4 points and Gabriel Alami added 2 points and 3 steals.
Friday, March 2nd, Covington
BEARS 19, RAVENS 17: In a hard-fought game, the Bears (1-5) put an end to their 5-game losing streak and picked up a huge first victory of the season. Brady Klein scored 6 points to go along with his 5 rebounds and James Schilp added 4 points. The Ravens (2-2) were led by Xan Scheinfield’s 8 points and 5 rebounds.
DRAGONS 20, ANGELS 15: The dynamic duo of Allie Tepper and Sydney Butler proved to be too much for the Angels to handle, as they combined for all 20 of the Dragon’s points on Friday (10 points each). The Dragons improved to 3-0 on the season with the victory. Kelsey Block and Aly Matuza each scored 4 points for the Angels (1-2).
Saturday, March 3rd, Berkshire
WOLVERINES 33, SYRACUSE 22: Jermon Johnson, our Detroit Hustle Player of the Week, scored 10 points and had 5 rebounds as the Wolverines picked up their first victory. Brandon Brown (8 points) and Jakob Rojas (6 points) also contributed for the Wolverines (1-4). Syracuse (0-5) was led by Elijah White (13 points) and Alec Dorf (4 points).
FALCONS 24, WARRIORS 6: The Falcons used a suffocating defense to limit the Warriors to just 6 points on the day. Michael McCann (8 points), Caden Reid (6 points), Davis Langwell (6 points), and Michael West (4 points) paced the Falcons (3-2). The Warriors (2-3) were led by Connor Cotant, Kiefer Hornyak, and Langston Johnson (2 points each).
LAKERS 45, PISTONS 33: Jacob Coburn was a beast around the basket, as he tossed in a game-high 18 points for the Lakers (4-2). Bennett Luckoff chipped in 11 points as the Lakers claimed the #3 seed for next weekend’s playoffs. For the Pistons (2-4), Jake Martin scored 12 points and Steven Clippert added 8 points. The Pistons will be the #7 seed in next weekend’s playoffs.
CAVS 36, SPURS 31: Ben Rosenfield scored 14 points and Alec Mayoras added 11 points as the Cavs improved to 3-3 on the season and will be the #4 seed in next weekend’s playoffs. The Spurs fell to 1-5 on the season, putting them in the #8 seed. Christian Hosler (10 points) and Henry Zachary (8 points) led the Spurs.
SPARX 20, PISTONS 19: Brandi Campbell scored 9 big points as the Sparx (5-1) came back in the 2nd half to beat the Pistons (4-2) in this battle of the top two teams in the Lady Pistons standings. Krisha Ramani led the Pistons with 8 points.
CELTICS 32, HEAT 22: Charlie LaBelle and Brandon Talley each scored 8 points, and the Celtics moved to 5-1 on the season, claiming the top overall seed for the Pro Division Playoffs. Seth Kruger also chipped in 6 points for the Celtics. Kaan Jovic led the Heat (2-4, #5 seed) with 8 points.
HOOSIERS 18, HOYAS 17: Vincent Ferich scored 8 points, including a game-winning basket with under one minute remaining, to lead the Hoosiers (2-3). Parker Levin led the Hoyas (3-2) with 8 points, while Rocco DeAngelis scored 2 points and played some stingy defense.
Saturday, March 3rd, Covington
HUSKIES 42, BRONCOS 31: Logan Mann knocked down a game-high 18 points and Nolan Peters added 8 points as the Huskies improved to 4-1 on the season to keep pace atop the College East Division. The Broncos (4-1, 1st in West) were led by Harry Shaevsky’s 12 points and Nick Shenefelt’s 7 points.
BLACKHAWKS 31, RAVENS 26: Meyer Saperstein and Jonathan Schwartz combined for 14 points (7 points each) and Joey Hesano and Lance Kukes combined for 12 more (6 points each), as the Blackhawks (4-0) remained unbeaten. Playing their second game in as many days, the Ravens (2-3) were led by Xan Scheinfield’s 10 points and Rylee Armbrustmacher’s 8 points.
BLACKHAWKS 23, RAIDERS 21: In the second game of a back-to-back, the Blackhawks were able to outlast the Raiders by the slim margin of a single basket. Lance Kukes scored 9 points for the ‘Hawks. The Raiders (1-4) have improved greatly and battled hard, led by Aaren Sigmon’s 12 points, but came up just short.
WARRIORS 43, BULLS 40: Thomas Collins (14 points) and Charlie Iverson (13 points) combined for 27 points to lead the Warriors (5-1, #2 seed). Jalen Palmer scored 14 points, Raymond Settles 9 points, and Leo Koosis 8 points for the Bulls (2-4, #6 seed).
SPARTANS 36, GRIZZLIES 19: The Spartans moved to 4-1 on the season (1st in College East) thanks to the strong play of Brett Krauss (8 points), Ricky Sparby (8 points), Nolan Peterson (7 points), and Jaden Ryke (7 points). The Grizzlies fell to 2-3 on the season (3rd in College West). Luke Thurswell (9 points) and Reed Shapiro (4 points) led the Grizzlies.
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