2014-12-18 / Sports

Sandusky defeats Laker from long range

Boys basketball roundup
By John Bonke
Staff Writer • 810-452-2668 • jbonke@mihomepaper.com


“I got it!” Sandusky’s Danny Hale (#11) comes down with a defensive rebound as Laker Dakota Valentine (#50) tries for it. 
Photo by John Bonke “I got it!” Sandusky’s Danny Hale (#11) comes down with a defensive rebound as Laker Dakota Valentine (#50) tries for it. Photo by John Bonke LAKER — It was a night of threepoint field goals as Sandusky and Laker combined for 15 baskets from beyond the arc. The Redskins got six ‘treys’ from Brandon Potter, three more from Justin Miller and another from Connor Green. For the Lakers, Seth Bowles made three of his longball attempts and Brennan Wissner and Trent Cunningham each made one.

The Sandusky Redskins defeated the Elkton-Pigeon-Bay Port Laker Boys Varsity Basketball Team 55-30 in a Friday night contest. While the Sandusky offense remained constant throughout the game, the Laker O seemed to cool off in the second half.

Sandusky’s Potter led the way in Redskin scoring with 20 points, backed up by Justin Miller with nine, Josh DeKam and Jacob Lasceski with seven each and Danny Hale with six. Three other Redskins combined for six more points. Sandusky made 11 of their free throws, with Riley Davidson making both of his and DeKam getting a point on his try.

For the Lakers, Bowles led in scoring with nine points, with Wissner and Dakota Valentine each contributing six additional points and Cunningham with five. Terrance Dubs and Jordan Maust each added two more.

Peck defeats Caseville

The Peck Pirates defeated the Caseville Eagles 52-24.

Caseville Coach Joey Sancrant said, “We lost to a very talented Peck team tonight. We struggled matching up with the huge size disadvantage. We had quite a few defensive breakdowns and at times struggled to take care of the ball on the offensive end. However, we did, for the most part, play hard. Carter Redwantz stepped up big for us defensively to guard a very talented Kyle Abrego.”

Mason Kozfkay hit a couple threes early to keep the score somewhat close in the first quarter. Mason ended up with 8 points. and Isaac Beltz added 7.

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