HS GIRLS BASKETBALL
Bronson 42, (at) Union City 27
Bronson overcame a slow start to pick up a 15-point win at Union City, 42-27, in a game we broadcast on WTVB. The Chargers took a 7-6 lead after the first quarter, but the Vikings would outscore their hosts over the remainder of the game 36-20 while holding Union City to 17.4% from the field. Liz Baker, our Bronson McDonald’s Player of the Game, led all scorers with 12 points, while Kylei Ratkowski scored 7 points, Amberly Bercaw had 7 points and 5 assists, and Mallorie Bassage had 5 points and 8 rebounds as the Vikings improve to 1-1 heading into Monday’s cross-county battle against visiting Quincy. For Union City, our McDonald’s Player of the Game was Marissa Mead, who led the Chargers with 9 points. Teammate Brooke Johnson had 7 points and 14 rebounds, while Riley Smith scored 5. Union City will take their 0-1 record into Monday night’s game against Mendon at the McNett Fieldhouse.
Bronson won the JV game 43-7 behind 6 points apiece from Maritza Hernandez, Adriana Sanchez, and Makayla Sikorski. Gabriel Smurr led the JV Chargers with 4 points.
Pittford 51, (at) Tekonsha 26
Tekonsha dropped to 0-2 overall and in the SCAA with a 51-26 loss to visiting Pittsford. Katie Jenkins had a team-high 10 points for the Indians.
Harper Creek 56, Parma Western 16
Kalamazoo Central 67, Battle Creek Central 55
St. Joseph 48, Marshall 44
Gull Lake 50, Mattawan 37
Pennfield 50, Constantine 20
Olivet 48, Delton Kellogg 26
St. Philip 55, Jackson Christian 50
Colon 44, Litchfield 43
Climax-Scotts 45, North Adams-Jerome 23
Athens 54, Centreville 19