Basketball scores; Bowling results

Tuesday’s Scores
BOYS’ BASKETBALL
Carsonville-Port Sanilac used a 20-11 second half surge to take a 41-28 win over Akron-Fairgrove, Devyn taylor led the Tigers with 17 points.
Almont won their first league championship in 24 years with a 61-37 win over Croswell-Lexington – coupled with Yale’s 52-50 upset win over second place Richmond
Armada 63, Algonac 40
Imlay City 52, Capac 42
Owendale-Gagetown 78, Kinde-North Huron 71 David binder had 28 points – also had 25 points in a 50-42 win over Mayville Monday night in a makeup game His big night Monday helped him break the 1,000 point career plateau for the Bulldogs
Millington 64, Harbor Beach 49
Reese 75, Caro 69
Ubly 61, Deckerville 42
Peck 44, Landmark Academy 32
Frankenmuth 64, Goodrich 53

WEDNESDAYS GIRLS DISTRICT SCHEDULE

Class B at Lakeville
6:00pm Cros-Lex vs Imlay City
7:30pm Lakeville vs North Branch

CLASS C at Sandusky
6:00pm Reese (19-2) vs Millington
7:30pm Sandusky (21-0) vs Marlette WTGV- 97.7 FM broadcast begins at 7p.m.

CLASS C at Brown City
6:00pm Brown City vs Memphis
7:30pm Dryden vs Capac

CLASS D at North Huron
6:00pm Mayville vs Deckervile
7:30pm Peck vs North Huron
Area bowlers earned honors this past weekend, earning trips to the state finals. The Sandusky boys team, no stronger to post season success in the past several years, earned their place in the Finals with a second place finish in the team regionals at Bay City Lanes last weekend. St. Charles won the event with a total of 4003 pins while the Redskins piled up 3793. Unionville-Sebewaing was third with 3737 pins and Bad Axe was fourth with 3421 pins. The top three teams advance in the tournament. In girls team action, Unionville-Sebewaing edge Sandusky by just 63 pins for the third and final spot. The Patriots rolled up 2940 pins while the Lady Redskins had 2877. Brown City was fifth.

In the regional Individuals, the Sandusky duo of Cody Johnston and Jared Jagotka earned a spot in the Finals, placing in the top 10. Johnston tied for third place with 1177 pins while Jagotka was eighth with 1105 pins. On the girls side, Melissa Steinbus of Bad Axe was the regional winner while Courtney Wheeler of Brown City was sixth and Ashley Tostige of Sandusky was seventh. Sandusky’s Erica Jones nearly qualified, being edged out by just one pin by North Huron’s Ashley Koglin.