Two Mid-Michigan teams on collision course in class B

Posted: December 8, 2010 by Jared Field in High School

I know it’s early, but could Flint Powers get the opportunity to settle an old score with one of its brethren in March? After watching Flint Powers last night, it’s clear that they will be among the elite in class B this season — and they’ll only get better with the addition of junior forward Quin Langston at the semester.

The team that might just stand in their way is Lansing Catholic Central, who beat Powers in the class B state title game three years ago.

LCC returns a veteran group of talented players including dream-teamer Steve Repichowski, Zach Hurth, Andrew Robeson and Mike Shaw. They also have one of the best coaches in the state, Darren Zwick.

With the emergence of senior Vince Adams, Flint Powers might have the most gifted starting five in the state in class B.

One similarity between the two teams is steady, albeit exceedingly fast, point guard play. Both Patrick Lucas-Perry and Hurth can push the ball as well as any point guard in the state.

Keep an eye on both of these teams.

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Comments
  1. Skywalker says:

    I’m calling it right now on December 8, 2010…. Goodrich upsets Powers in the 1st game of the districts. Goodrich had a legitimate shot of beating them the last couple of years and I think Powers will look past them after what Goodrich lost to graduation. Alright… go ahead and let me have it!

  2. Coach RG says:

    Don’t look past Goodrich, Landsgaard was nasty last year.

  3. dodo says:

    grich says it every year that theyre going to beat powers but im not buying it, they never can win in playoffs. Powers OWNS goodrich basketball

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