Colin Lake became the all-time leading scorer in the Tri-County Conference Monday evening, Feb. 17, as Whiteford defeated Sand Creek 91-57.
Lake scored 42 points that evening.
In their first game as the number-one women’s Class C basketball team in the state, the Blissfield Royals showed why, demolishing Erie-Mason 68-17 Tuesday, Feb. 11.
The full story will appear in the Feb. 19, 2014, edition of The Advance.
For a special District basketball preview, please see the Feb. 19, 2014, edition of The Advance. To send “Good Luck” wishes to any Blissfield, Britton Deerfield or Whiteford basketball player – women as well as men – please contact Eric May at The Advance, 517-486-2400 by 5 p.m. Friday. Standard ads are just $39.
The Blissfield women’s basketball team has been named number-one in the state by the Feb. 11 Associated Press poll, according to Steve Babbitt, Blissfield athletic director.
Coach Ryan Gilbert has coached the women to a perfect 12-0 season as of today (Feb. 11).
Following are the Class C state-rankings from the AP, as provided by Babbitt.
School (First-place votes) (Record) Points
1. Blissfield (1) (12-0) 65
2. Sandusky (2) (13-1) 61
T-3. Niles Brandywine (1) (14-1) 59
T-3. Reese (15-1) 59
5. Flint Hamady (15-1) 53
6. St. Ignace LaSalle (14-2) 51
7. Carson City-Crystal (14-1) 47
8. Saginaw Nouvel (11-3) 39
9. Gobles (14-0) 32
10. Hemlock (12-2) 27
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The Blissfield Royals defeated Columbia Central 59-51 Friday night, Feb. 7. And, in doing so, they gave Coach John Vandecaveye his 300th coaching victory.
For the complete story, please see the Feb. 12, 2014, edition of The Advance.
In a TCC showdown, the Britton Deerfield women’s basketball team traveled to Whiteford and defeated the home team Bobcats 54.43.
When it came to the men, the Bobcats turned the table and defeated the Patriots 76-44.
For details, please see the Feb. 12, 2014, edition of The Advance.
The Blissfield Royals defeated Erie Mason Thursday evening on home mats to win the 2014 Team Districts in wrestling.
Be sure to pick up the Feb. 12, 2014, edition of The Advance to read the full story.
The MHSAA Team District Wrestling Tournament for today has been cancelled due to weather related travel issues, according to Steve Babbitt, Blissfield High School athletic director. The Team District will be moved to tomorrow (Thursday, Feb. 6).
From the Blissfield athletic director, Steve Babbitt … due to school closings Monday-Wednesday, Jan. 27-29:
The JV / varsity women’s basketball home game scheduled for Wednesday, Jan. 29 vs. Hillsdale has been rescheduled (for the fourth time) to Monday, February 10.
The JV/varsity basketball games vs. Hudson which were set for Tuesday, Jan. 28 have been rescheduled for Monday February 17. The women will play at home and the men will play in Hudson.
The Whiteford women’s varsity basketball team pulled out a pair of victories over the Clinton Redskins and Erie-Mason Eagles.
The Lady Bobcats came out on top 48-44 against Clinton Jan. 17 and trounced Erie-Mason 48-29 Jan. 21.
For the complete story on these wins as well as the Blissfield-Britton Deerfield women’s basketball matchup, please pick up the Jan. 29, 2014, edition of The Advance.
The Blissfield varsity wrestling team hit the mat last Wednesday and muscled its way to a 41-27 victory over Hillsdale.
The Royals also sent a trio of wrestlers to the county all-star tournament Friday at Adrian College. Representing the purple and gold were Noah Nieman, Caleb Bangerter and Dakota Underwood.
For the full story, please see the Jan. 29, 2014, edition of The Advance.