Fairview tops Posen; Alcona beats Oscoda

FAIRVIEW–The Posen girls basketball team took a tough loss Thursday against Fairview, losing 37-22.

After the first quarter, the teams were tied 7-7, but by half time Fairview was up 18-9. Posen was able to cut the lead after the third quarter with Fairview only leading 20-18, but Posen wasn’t able to make a full comeback in the fourth quarter.

“We have a young team this year. We play good enough defense to win games, but we don’t make enough shots to win games,” Posen coach Karl Momrik said. “Next year we’ll have more experience and it shouldn’t be a problem.”

Posen’s leading scorer of the night was Cami LaTulip with ten points.

“In the fourth our defense was more stingy and we held down the floor. We were able to get some points on the board,” Fairview coach Marc Winton said.

The leading scorers for Fairview were Alyson Winton with 13 points, Andrea Ford with 11, and Jenna DeJarlais with nine.

Posen (8-11) plays next Tuesday in Wolverine.

Fairview (13-5) plays in Hillman on Monday.

Alcona 53, Oscoda 37

LINCOLN–Taylor Livingston scored 21 points and the Alcona girls basketball team defeated Oscoda 53-37 on Thursday.

Brittany Decker added 10, Brooke Shultz had seven points and Jordan Joyce chipped in with six points for the Tigers who overcame some foul trouble.

“(It was a) big win for us on Senior Night. We played a very strong second half tonight. We got great play off the bench when we had some foul trouble,” Alcona Mark Feldhiser said. “Another great defensive effort from our team.”

Katelyn Edgerton led Oscoda with 12 points.

Alcona’s JV team won 52-32. Brianna Fogle had 28 points for Alcona. 


Atlanta 70,

Wolverine 49

WOLVERINE — The Atlanta boys basketball team was victorious on Wednesday, defeating Wolverine by a final score of 70-49.

The Huskies jumped out to an early lead after one quarter and continued to build upon their lead the rest of the game.

Atlanta was led by Reece Wood who scored 19 points. Nic Byarski added 18 points and Austin Corbin chipped in with 15 points.

The Huskies improve to 3-14 overall.