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Chelsea boys win the first SEC-White championship after Joey Cabana's scoring surge

Chelsea boys win the first SEC-White championship after Joey Cabana's scoring surge

ANN ARBOR Chelsea's first conference match would end on Friday.

The sophomore guard put the Bulldogs ahead of Adrian, 68-60, pushing their overall record to 5-2 on the season, including four straight wins.

Jake Stephens added 15, Lucas Hanifan finished with 14 and Ben Strzyzewski added nine additional players to Cabana's performance.

In a White Southeastern Conference, an early start in the second half gave the Bulldogs enough cushion to hold off Adrian.

Chelsea rallied 34-30 at half-time and started the second half with a 12-2 run. The visitors sprinted ahead by double digits and continued until the break.

The Bulldogs will hope to win their fifth straight match against Jackson next Friday.

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Father Gabriel Richard joins Divine Child for the second time in a row.

The Fighting Irish gained their second win of the week by defeating Dearborn Divine Child, 55-52.

JP Fredericks led the way for FGR, which added a team-high 15 points, followed by Russell Schwartz 14 points.

FGR rose to 6-2 in the season after four victories in the last five games. On Wednesday, it'll face Ypsilanti Lincoln.

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Isaac Brady's scoring performance at Whitmore Lake in the last six months has secured a win.

Isaac Brady is determined to keep Whitmore Lake's basketball run going until Friday.

To advance the Trojans to their third straight victory, the junior guard scored a game-high 21 points and scored five assists. This time against Brighton Charyl Stockwell Prep, the Trojans beat Brighton by a score of 60-46.

Whitmore Lake has climbed to 3-3 overall and 3-0 in the Michigan Independent Athletic Conference, which is good for first place.

Brady's performance gave the Trojans a season-high in points, but he also had an advantage as Cory Gray chipped in with 14 points, Alden Stefanovski recorded nine points and nine assists and Dalton Bachman finished with eight points.

The Trojans dominated the game by 25-20 at halftime and extended their lead to double digits heading into the fourth quarter.

When they will play Lutheran Westland on Tuesday, the teams are hoping to keep their victories going.

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In overtime, Bloomfield Hills Marian squeaks by FGR.

The Fighting Irish made a commitment to achieving a road victory, but unable to find the offense late.

Despite holding Marian to his second-lowest point total of the season, FGR had one of its lowest scoring performances, which led to a 42-39 defeat in overtime.

The two teams stayed in the overtime while tied at 36, but a quick basket from Marian allowed the team to keep the ball for the most of the extra period.

FGR was able to increase certain turnovers, but it could only need three points in overtime, which was disappointing.

Charlotte Miller led the Fighting Irish with 11 points, Lainey Garbarz added seven points, and Liv Gentit added six points.

With the loss, FGR fell to 9-2 overall and 3-1 in the Catholic League. It was the team's second loss in the past three games, although it'll have a chance to return on track against Farmington Hills Mercy.

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Whitmore Lake falls to Petersburg Summerfield.

The Trojans lost their points in a 44-28 loss to Summerfield.

Adriana Canter led WL with 14 points and nine assists, while Brooke Craven pitched in with seven points, 10 blocks, 10 assists, and five steals.

On the day before, Whitmore Lake fell to 5-2 and is scheduled to play Lutheran Westland on Tuesday.

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