girls basketball roundup: Lincoln wins 43-40 nail-biter over rival Ypsilanti and more Friday girls results
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Dominique Foley scored a game-high 24 points as Ypsilanti Lincoln (10-2, 5-1 SEC White) defeated its crosstown rival Ypsilanti (5-4, 1-4 SEC White).
"In the first quarter Ypsilanti didn't have an answer for Dominique, and she was able to get to the basket and score," said Lincoln coach Michael Foley, Dominique's father. "She outscored Ypsilanti's entire team in the first quarter, and mostly was assisted by Arie (Cargor)."
Caitlin Ellis led Saline (6-5, 2-3 SEC Red) with 12 points, and Jessica Barnes finished with a career high 10.
"Skyline puts pressure on you and they did a very good job of making us turn the ball over in the first half," said Saline coach Jeff Waltz.
"In the second half we made some adjustments and we were able to get some good looks on offense."
Skyline (5-7, 0-5 SEC Red) is still seeking its first ever win over an SEC Red opponent.
Teia McGahey scored 10 points to lead a balanced Dexter offense. Makenzie Svihra and Emma Kill both added eight points.
Dexter is now 11-1 on the year (5-0 SEC White)
Grace Sauers, Riley Singleton, and Melissa Robards all scored eight points to lead Chelsea (6-4, 4-1 SEC White).
Willow Run (3-6, 2-1 MMAC) and Detroit Allen were tied 13-13 at the half and Willow Run trailed by just one entering the third but was outscored 12-6 in the final frame.
"This is our most disappointing loss," Willow Run coach Cliff Russell said. "We dominated the play in the first quarter. We were the aggressors and we ran well, played good defense, but we allowed them to get momentum before halftime."
"We were positioned to win, but we didn't get it done," Russell said.
Jackie Oestreich scored a game-high 18 points and had 13 rebounds and four assists to lead Greenhills (5-4, 4-1 MIAC).
Petersburg Summerfield 41, Whitmore Lake 24
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Rudolf Steiner (6-1, 3-0 Mid-South) held Battle Creek Calhoun Christian to four points in the second quarter en route to a 29-13 halftime lead, and the Storm stayed a perfect 3-0 in the Mid-South Conference.
Rudolf Steiner's Anika Sproull and Georgie Andrews led the Storm with 12 points each, and Abby Andrews added 11 points, nine rebounds and three blocks.