Some Tuesday night storylines: Kent Redford good for 25 and more

Posted: January 5, 2011 by Jared Field in High School

— Just weeks after an ugly beatdown at Carman-Ainsworth, Grand Blanc nearly put six players in double-figures in a 67-62 win over the Cavaliers. Nate Sauvola had 14 for the Bobcats to lead the way. Brandon Hill, Will Wheat, Jordan Fields and Clarence Turner all had at least 10. C-A’s dynamic duo of Denzel Watts and Anton Wilson scored a combined 46 points in the loss.

— A once-proud basketball program continues to struggle. Davison, for years a very competitive program in Mid-Michigan, might just be at its lowest point. The Cardinals have lost their last two games (Detroit Crockett and East Lansing) by a combined 59 points. EL’s sharpshooter Devlin Bell had 27 points and 10 rebounds in last night’s win.

— Flint Beecher held Burton Bendle, a program that is supposed to be on the rise, to a paltry 19 points last night.

— Mr. Basketball frontrunner LaDontae Henton had 30 points and eight rebounds in Lansing Eastern’s 81-55 win over Waverly.

Kent Redford (yeah, you recognize the last name) had 25 points last night in Frankenmuth’s 74-54 win over Essexville-Garber. Not that you’re surprised, but the kid can shoot it.

  1. DS says:

    That was Grand Blanc’s best game so far, besides the beating they put on Goodrich. They are a young team still but with the knowledge of Belcher and the athletes they havei think they will turn a lot of heads later in the season.

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