FALL LEAGUE RECAP – BIRMINGHAM/SOUTHFIELD – WEEK 3

October 9th, 2018

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BOX SCORES & STANDINGS – Birmingham-Southfield – Oct. 5-6

Saturday, October 6th, Berkshire Middle School

RAIDERS 25, KNIGHTS 20: Ferran Domingo-Portet led all scorers with 12 points as his Raiders team picked up their first win of the season, improving to 1-1 on year. Lance Kukes led the Knights (1-1) with 10 points.

CHIPPEWAS 18, HOYAS 13: Joey Hesano scored a game-high 10 points for the Hoyas (1-2), but it wasn’t enough to overcome the Chippewas, who moved to 2-1 on the season. Aaron Robinson scored 4 for the Chippewas in this defensive battle.

WILDCATS 42, BRONCOS 23: Chase Chaldecott set a College Division Record for points in one game with 28 points as his Wildcats cruised to another victory. The Wildcats (3-0) have been firing on all cylinders of late and appear to be one of the strongest teams in the College Division. Myles Rontal scored 8 points for the Broncos (0-3) who will look to rebound from this minor setback and return to the form they showed in the first two games, as they narrowly lost their first two games.

SPIRITS 36, BULLETS 35: The Spirits (1-2) picked up their first win of the season behind 9 points from Omar Zeni, 8 points from Jack Fundukian, and 7 from Brandon Talley. The Bullets lost another close game, dropping them to (0-3) on the season, but they continue to provide a tough test for all their opponents. John Chinonis paced the Bullets with 12 points.

HUSKIES 29, HOOSIERS 17: Chase Kukes (11 points) and Kai McEachern (5 points) led the way for the Huskies (3-0) as they had another strong showing in this College Division match up. The Hoosiers (0-3) were led by Cole French (10 points) and Aiden Binder (4 points).

CELTICS 42, SPURS 32: Tommy Vogt scored 11 first half points for the Spurs (1-2) and Anthony Egdell added 9 points, but it wasn’t enough to overcome Ben Diskin (12 points) and the Celtics, as they remained unbeaten at 3-0. Xavier Lane added 11 points for Coach Tom Chinonis and the Celts’, who remain tied for 1st place in the Pro Division.

WARRIORS 43, BLAZERS 18: Abe Miller knocked down 6 triples on his way to a game-high 20 points and the Warriors (3-0) kept pace in the Pro Division, remaining tied for 1st place. Adam Shewcraft scored 10 points for the Blazers, who are getting better with each week. It’s only a matter of time before they really start clicking.

Saturday, October 6th, Franklin Athletic Club

SPARTANS 29, WOLVERINES 21: Landon McKinney (11 points), Jordan Scott (5 points), and Charlie Gates (5 points) led the Spartans (2-1) to their 2nd consecutive win. They used tenacious defense to limit the Wolverines (1-2) to just 6 first half points. Drew Heckman scored 9 points for the Wolverines and Ashton Kallabat added 4 points, including 2 picture-perfect free throws.

BULLS 30, PISTONS 26: Jalen Palmer scored a game-high 16 points in this physical contest, as the Bulls (2-1) came back from an early deficit to knock off the Pistons (0-3). Christian Hosler scored 9 for the Pistons and Jake Spencer added 8 points.

TROPICS 43, SONICS 34: The Tropics moved to 3-0 on the season behind a balanced scoring effort. CJ Krause scored 11 points to go along with Sam Kramer’s 10 points and Sam Mercer’s 9 points. The Sonics (2-1) put up a good fight without one of their top players. Noah Kam scored 8 points, with Alec Mayoras and Jacob Gray each adding 5 points.


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