QUINCY, MI (WTVB) - In Branch County high school sports last night, in girl’s basketball, Quincy and Union City both suffered Big Eight Conference losses. Quincy fell at home to league leading Concord 74-to-17. Sarah Ward had 6 points in defeat for the Lady Orioles, who slip to 1-and-8 in league play and 2-and-10 overall.
Union City lost at Reading 40-to-28 despite 16 points and 7 rebounds from Brooke Johnson. Union City is now 2-and-6 in the conference and 3-and-10 overall. Also, Tekonsha lost at home to Camden Frontier 39-to-31. In reserve hoops action last night, the Coldwater boy’s teams earned a split at home against Harper Creek. The Cardinals won the j-v game 61-to-46 with 18 points from Nate Waterbury and 15 from Michael Magocs. Also, Blaze Watson added 13 rebounds along with 9 points. Harper Creek won the freshman contest 41-to-21. Brandon Lewis had 6 points for Coldwater while Brendan Spangler led the way on the boards with a game-high 10 rebounds.
In the girl’s j-v game at Harper Creek, Coldwater fell to the Beavers 33-to-29. Also in j-v girl’s action, Bronson lost 33-to-30 at White Pigeon with 15 points and 15 rebounds for Kirin Cekander. Tonight’s high school schedule includes varsity boys and girls basketball for Coldwater at Harper Creek. We’ll have the boy’s game on the radio with our live coverage beginning at seven o’clock when we’ll also be streaming the audio on-line at wtvbam.com. The girls contest tips off at 5:45 with the boys game scheduled to start at 7:15. Also in boys and girls hoops, it’s Bronson at White Pigeon while in boy’s action only, it’s a Branch County matchup with Quincy at Union City. Also, Tekonsha is at Camden Frontier.
Today on the Coaches Corner, it’s Coldwater boy’s basketball coach Brien Kelly.