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Houghton Sweeps Wing Ding Hoops Games – Friday Sports Wrap

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High School

In high school hockey last evening…
• Calumet fell to Marquette 7-0. The Kings were outshot 39-14. 

On the hockey schedule tonight…
• Hancock skates at Houghton in the annual Wing Ding game. Coverage will begin at 6:40 on the Voice of the Gremlins, 97.7 The Wolf.
• Jeffers faces Rochester Stoney Creek at the Cheboygan Showcase.

Tomorrow…
• Jeffers takes on Gladwin at the Cheboygan Showcase.

In high school basketball last evening, Houghton swept the annual Wing Ding games against Hancock.
• The boys pulled away late in the first quarter, led by 22 at halftime, and cruised to a 75-37 victory. Lane Laux scored 19 for the Gremlins, Luke Hill added 18, and Isaiah Lawson 17. The Gremlins sank nine three-pointers in the first half.
• The girls game was tight to the finish, as Houghton pulled out a 43-40 victory. Clea Ollenkato led the Gremlins with 19 points. Eva Gerard added 12 points, with her final two coming on a pair of free throws in the closing seconds to seal the win. Emery Chynoweth led a balanced Bulldogs attack with eight points.

In other boys games…
• Baraga fell to North Dickinson 63-43.
• Lake Linden-Hubbell raced past Chassell 68-30. Danny Marcotte scored 18 for the Lakes.
• Ewen-Trout Creek got past Ironwood 69-57.

In girls play…
• L’Anse defeated Dollar Bay-Tamarack City 57-40.
• Ontonagon lost to Wakefield-Marenisco 52-37.
• Lake Linden-Hubbell shut down Chassell 69-23.
• Ewen-Trout Creek stopped Ironwood 58-40.

In boys action tonight…
• Calumet travels to West Iron County.
• L’Anse tips off at Dollar Bay-Tamarack City.
• Jeffers journeys to Republic-Michigamme.
• Ontonagon hosts Wakefield-Marenisco.

On the girls schedule…
• Calumet welcomes Escanaba for Parents Night.
• Baraga plays at Jeffers.

In a boys-girls doubleheader…
• Chassell hosts Bessemer in a make-up game from January 15th.

The Houghton Alpine ski team at Powderhorn Mountain yesterday – no report.

The Houghton swim teams closed their regular season by sweeping Ishpeming yesterday. The girls took a 116-70 victory, and the boys won 102-75.

College Basketball

Both Michigan Tech basketball teams swept Purdue Northwest last night.
• The women used a strong fourth quarter to claim a 67-60 victory. Isabella Lenz led the Huskies with 15 points.
• The men outscored the Pride 77-61. Dan Gherezgher scored a career-best 26 points.

Both Tech teams entertain Parkside tomorrow – the women at noon, and the men at 2:00.

Both Northern teams defeated Parkside last evening.
• The women claimed a 71-60 victory. Makaylee Kuhn scored 25.
• The men took command in the second half, and earned an 81-67 win. Max Weisbrod and Dylan Kuehl each netted 17 points.

Both NMU squads host Purdue Northwest tomorrow.

College Hockey

The Michigan Tech hockey team welcomes Minnesota State for the annual Winter Carnival Series, with face-offs tonight at 7:07, and tomorrow at 5:07.

The Northern Michigan hockey team hosts Bemidji State tonight and tomorrow night.

GLHL

The Portage Lake Pioneers entertain the Eagle River Falcons tomorrow night at 9:00 at Dee Stadium.

The Calumet Wolverines have the weekend off.

NHL

The Red Wings return from the all-star break tomorrow afternoon, when they host the Canucks. Goalie Ville Husso will be back with the team, after missing nearly two months because of an injury. Patrick Kane, who also missed a few games with an injury, is also expected to be back in the line-up. Coverage will start at 12:45 on 99.3 The Lift.

NBA

For only the second time this season, the Pistons have won two straight games. Last night, they came back from a 23-point second half deficit to knock off the Trail Blazers 128-122. Jalen Duren scored 27 points, and snared 22 rebounds. Jaden Ivey added 26, and Cade Cunningham netted 23.

The Pistons call on the Clippers tomorrow afternoon.

Detroit again played with a depleted line-up last night. The new players obtained in Tuesday’s trades haven’t yet arrived. Bojan Bogdanovic and Alec Burks were absent, having been traded to the Knicks earlier in the day. In exchange, Detroit gets Quentin Grimes, Malachi Flynn, Evan Fournier, Ryan Arcidiacono and two second-round picks. Detroit also got Danuel House Jr. and a second-round pick in this year’s draft from the 76ers. That’s a salary cap deal, and House is expected to be released. To make room on the roster, Detroit waived Killian Hayes, who was their first-round draft pick in 2020.

High School Sports Broadcasts

  • Tonight – Hockey – Hancock at Houghton – Wing Ding – 6:40 on the Voice of the Gremlins, 97.7 The Wolf.
  • Monday – Girls Basketball – Calumet at Houghton – 7:00 pregame on the Voice of the Gremlins, 97.7 The Wolf.
  • Tuesday – Hockey – Calumet at Houghton – 6:40 on the Voice of the Gremlins, 97.7 The Wolf.
  • Thursday – Hockey – Kingsford at Calumet – 6:10 pregame on the Voice of the Copper Kings, KBear 102.3.

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