Hathaway surpasses 1,000 career points for Bronson

Aden Hathaway surpassed the 1,000-point plateau for his career on Friday night.
Aden Hathaway surpassed the 1,000-point plateau for his career on Friday night.

Aden Hathaway surpassed the 1,000-career point mark in a 72-50 win for Bronson on Friday night.

Hathaway became the first Bronson player to soar past the 1,000-point plateau since Kyle Ganton in 2003.

Hathaway officially went over the mark in the third quarter.

The Vikings led the game, 27-10, after one quarter of action. Hathaway poured in 16 points in the opening stanza.

Bronson posted only 10 points in the second quarter, but the Vikings led 37-18 at that point.

Hathaway scored six points in that quarter for Bronson.

In the third, he added eight more and Bronson put up a 20-spot to take a 57-37 lead into the final frame.

Hathaway led with 30 points in the game, Miles Losinski finished with 10 points. Sayler Wotta added 10 points as well while Boston Bucklin chipped in with eight points. Tanner Norton scored six points. Dom Kiomento, Ashton Wells, Tyler Wilber and Drew Norton each scored two points.

Bucklin grabbed seven boards in the win, Kam Brackett handed out four assists.

White Pigeon beats Marcellus

Chris Jackson led White Pigeon with 21 points, 20 rebounds and six assists in a win over Marcellus on Friday night. The Chiefs picked up the win, 57-36.

White Pigeon built a lead of 16-7 after one quarter of action. That lead was doubled up at halftime, 33-13.

The Chiefs continued to pile up points in the third quarter. They added 16 points to their total while Marcellus also had its’ highest-scoring quarter with 13 points, but the Chiefs led 49-26 entering the final frame. There, Marcellus out-scored White Pigeon 9-8.

White Pigeon received 14 points with four steals from Josh Davidson.

Gabe Adams and Ty Strawser each threw in seven points. Wes Roberts added four points while both Adam Picking and Mekhi Singleton scored two points in the win.

Beau Ferguson led Marcellus with 13 points in the game, Parker Adams tossed in 12 points with six rebounds and two assists. Nathan Mihills scored seven points with five rebounds, both Dawson Lehew and Quinton Tone scored two points.

Cass tops Centreville

The Cassopolis boys beat Centreville on Friday night, 66-45.

The Rangers blitzed Centreville early, scoring 23 points in the first quarter. The lead was 23-15 at that point. In the second, Cass held an 11-9 edge, which gave the Rangers a 34-24 edge at the break.

The Rangers would add 11 more in the third and a 21-spot in the fourth.

Centreville scored 21 points total in the second half.

Matt Swanwick led the Bulldogs with 21 points in the game, Roman Robinson added 17.

Micah Lemings pitched in six points, Harrison Gregory finished with four points.

Pittsford edges Colon

The Colon boys dropped a 50-48 decision to Pittsford on Friday night.

The Magi actually led the game early on, at 10-4. Justin Wickey tossed in five points for the Magi in that opening quarter.

Pittsford poured in 21 points in the second stanza. Colon added 11 points, including getting nine from Simon Vinson. Pittsford’s lead at halftime was 25-21.

Colon put in 13 points in each of the final two quarters. Pittsford posted 25 total points in the second half to hang on for the win.

Vinson led Colon with 22 points in the game, Wickey scored 11 and Tucker Lafler added nine.

Dalton Williams put in three points, Maverick Downs added two while Nic Mock made a free throw.

Vinson finished with 18 rebounds in the game as well, Wickey brought in seven with three steals, Lafler hauled in six rebounds. Williams handed out six assists with three boards, Downs swiped four steals.

Schoolcraft beats Constantine

The Constantine Falcons dropped a 57-38 decision to Schoolcraft on Friday night.

The Eagles led 18-13 after one quarter of play. That lead grew to 26-18 at halftime and 41-33 entering the final frame.

Shane Rykse led Schoolcraft with 16 points in the game, Eli DeVisser added 15.

Constantine was led by Lukas Hagenbuch with 17 points in the game. He scored 15 of those points in the second half. Dean Topolski added 12 points while both Isaac Moore and Kaden Salisbury threw in three points. Carter McGee added two points, Dom Jacobs hit a free throw.

Mendon boys win

The Mendon boys beat Lawrence on Tuesday, 47-43.

"Great win for us tonight, we bounced back from an earlier season loss to them and held on for a win," Mendon coach Danny Schragg said. "We made some big offensive plays when we needed them and our press worked really well."

Luke Schinker led the Hornets with 16 points, Noah Roberts added 14 and Owen Gorham tossed in 11. Gabe Haigh scored four points, Dylan Cupp chipped in two.

Burr Oak beats Tekonsha

The Burr Oak boys beat Tekonsha on Friday, 42-35.

"We got after it on defense tonight," Bobcat coach Ryan VanDosen said. "We had 13 steals on defense and played unselfish basketball on offense."

Aiden Calvert led the way with 12 points. Ethan Boyles tossed in nine points with four steals and three rebounds, Austin Cole finished with eight points, two rebounds, two assists and two steals.

Garrett Johnson chipped in with six points. Jayden Kemp and Grant Brooks (also five rebounds) each scored three points in the game. Kaynen Ledyard hit a free throw.

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