2017-02-16 / Sports

USA maintains GTC-West dominance


USA’s 6’3” center Mike Kemp scores on a layup during the team’s home game against the Vassar Vulcans Friday. 
Photos by Kelly Krager USA’s 6’3” center Mike Kemp scores on a layup during the team’s home game against the Vassar Vulcans Friday. Photos by Kelly Krager SEBEWAING — The Unionville- Sebewaing Area Patriots eased through another league victory Friday with an 81-47 win over Vassar.

The Vulcans quickly lost an early lead to finish the first quarter down 18-14. USA amped up its full-court press to dominate the second for a halftime lead of 38-21, and the Patriots led 62-36 after three quarters.

For USA, Michael Kemp had a game high 14 points. Gavin Zimmer added 12 points, Zach Fritz had 11 points and Isaiah Williamson scored 10 points.

The win put USA at 7-0 in the GTC West and 10-4 overall.

More boys basketball

Tuesday, Feb. 9

Owen-Gage 54, (at) C-PS 45: Owen- Gage led 23-20 at the half and outscored Carsonville-Port Sanilac 31-25 in the last half for the win. For Owen- Gage, David Binder scored 28 points and got 10 rebounds, Derek Vincent scored 12 points and got 11 rebounds and Matt Fritz scored nine points.


Patriot Gavin Zimmer hits a 3-pointer during the USA’s home game against the Vassar Vulcans Friday. Patriot Gavin Zimmer hits a 3-pointer during the USA’s home game against the Vassar Vulcans Friday. Girls basketball

Tuesday, Feb. 14

Brown City 45, (at) Laker 30: Brown City jumped out to an early 16-11 lead Tuesday at Laker and maintained it throughout the game. The Green Devils led 25-17 at the half and 37-23 after three quarters. Emma Irion led Laker in scoring with 10 points, followed by Cheyanne Valentine, with nine.

Boys Bowling

Tuesday, Feb. 14

Bad Axe 26 (at) Brown City 4: Bad Axe, with 16 Match Points and 10 Baker Points, defeated Brown City, with 4 Match Points and 0 Baker Points. In Baker Games: Bad Axe 151, 193 (344), Brown City 167, 200 (367). For Bad Axe, Brandon Karg had high game and high series 203, 216 (419), Hunter Talaski bowled 183, 182 (365), Gavynn Guigar bowled 152, 192 (344) and Luke Sobczak bowled 176, 153 (329). For Brown City, Charlie Hughes had high series with 222, 206 (428) and Tyler Gleasure had high game 168, 223 (391) and Brady Kaufman bowled 163, 147 (310).

Tuesday, Feb. 7

(At) Bad Axe 25, North Huron 5: Bad Axe, with 19 Match and 6 Baker points, defeated North Huron, with 1 Match and 4 Baker points. In Baker games: Bad Axe 140, 160 (300), North Huron 145, 120 (265). For Bad Axe, Mat Edwards had high series 200, 187 (387), and Brandon Karg had high game 177, 202 (379). Gavynn Guigar bowled 201, 144 (345) and Hunter Talaski bowled 146, 151 (297). For North Huron, Carl Jahn had high series 149, 145 (294) and Eddie Schroka had high game 152, 126 (278).

Girls Bowling

Tuesday, Feb. 7

North Huron 26, (at) Bad Axe 4: North Huron, with 16 Match and 10 Baker points, defeated Bad Axe, with 4 Match and 0 Baker points. In Baker games: NH 114, 87 (201), BA 59, 82 (141). For North Huron, Patricia Pineau had high game and high series 123, 130 (253). For Bad Axe, Melissa Steinbis had high game and high series 190, 149 (339). Arden Rousseaux bowled 175, 121 (296).

Fishing

Everyone in Michigan is invited to fish for free Saturday, Feb. 18, and Sunday, Feb. 19, for the 2017 Winter Free Fishing Weekend. A license is not required to fish for those two days, but all other fishing regulations still apply.

These two days make up #MiFreeFishingWeekend - an annual effort to promote Michigan’s world-class fishing opportunities. Michigan has celebrated the Winter Free Fishing Weekend every year since 1994. With more than 3,000 miles of Great Lakes shoreline, tens of thousands of miles of rivers and streams, and 11,000 inland lakes, Michigan and fishing are a natural match.

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