Basketball Notebook: No. 7 Marshall gets road win in overtime

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Marshall senior Nauvion Burnett (4) goes in for a layup as Coldwater junior Donte Work (24) and senior Lu Lebron (2) guard him at Marshall High School on Friday, Jan. 7, 2022. Marshall defeated Coldwater 64-55.
Marshall senior Nauvion Burnett (4) goes in for a layup as Coldwater junior Donte Work (24) and senior Lu Lebron (2) guard him at Marshall High School on Friday, Jan. 7, 2022. Marshall defeated Coldwater 64-55.

No. 7-ranked Marshall held on in overtime to improve to 10-1 with a 78-74 non-conference road win over Haslett (4-5) in boys basketball action on Tuesday.

Nauvion Burnett had 27 points, eight rebounds and three steals, with Nate Tucker adding 19 points and six assists. Alex Costa chipped in 15 points and six rebounds and Josh Pugh filled up the box score with 13 points, eight rebounds, four assists and four steals.

Portage Central 52, Lakeview 44

Portage Central gets to 7-4 with the win over Lakeview (5-7). The Spartans led 26-19 at halftime, but were outscored 18-5 in the third quarter. Hayden Mueller had a team-high 16 points and six rebounds.

Coldwater 72, Grand Ledge 65

Donte Work had 20 points and eight rebounds and Ethan Crabtree had 17 points, eight rebounds and six assists as Coldwater goes to 8-1 overall.

Gull Lake 56, Stevensville-Lakeshore 42

Gull Lake remains in first place in the SMAC and goes to 7-1 overall with a win over Stevensville-Lakeshore (6-4). Nate Louden had 17 points, with Tyler Corstange adding 12 and Haidyn Garrison coming up with 10.

Olivet 63, Lakewood 56

Olivet remains undefeated after knocking off Lakewood in a battle of teams tied for first place in the GLAC. Bo Lincoln had 21 points, six rebounds and four assists for the Eagles, who are 11-0 overall. Brayden Wine added 17 points and six rebounds with Tayven Feldpausch adding 13 points and six rebounds.

Barry County Christian 49, Calhoun Christian 41

Nico Gummer had 17 points, seven rebounds and five steals for Calhoun Christian, which falls to 7-3. Micah Reed added 16 points and 10 rebounds.

Girls Basketball

Lakeview 37, Portage Central

Lakeview is still perfect on the year after getting a SMAC victory over Portage Central (8-4). The Spartans were up 24-6 at halftime and improve to 10-0 overall. Peyton Russell had 11 points and Addison Huston added 10.

Stevensville-Lakeshore 61, Gull Lake 49

Mackenzie Ford had 17 points for Gull Lake as the Blue Devils fall to 4-7.

Springport 63, Pennfield 44

Pennfield falls to 4-9 with Kaylee Glidden getting 19 points, eight rebounds and four steals for the Panthers.

Haslett 50, Marshall 25

A 9-1 Haslett team rolled over Marshall to drop the Redhawks to 7-5 overall. Mallory Tucker had 11 points to lead Marshall.

Grand Ledge 57, Coldwater 33

Grand Ledge jumped out to a 19-2 lead in the first quarter. The Cardinals fall to 6-5 with Elli Foley leading the way with 11 points.

Athens 65, St. Philip 19

Athens improves to 10-1 and is undefeated in the conference with Kylie Quist and Abby Youmans leading the Indians with 14 points. Jocelyn Hall added 13 points and nine assists. Mimi Hibbard had five points and five rebounds for St. Philip.

Colon 45, Burr Oak 30

Reese Williams had 18 points as Colon led 24-16 at halftime. Jaden Adams added 12 points, six rebounds and four steals for the Magi, who go to 9-1.

Homer 54, Lumen Christi 35

Paige Austin had 19 points in the third quarter alone for Homer and had a team-high 27 points overall in this non-conference contest for the Trojans, who improve to 5-7.

Calhoun Christian 66, Barry County Christian 4

Calhoun Christian goes to 8-2 with four players reaching double figures. Kyla Smith had 20 points, six rebounds and six steals, Elie Wilson had 20 points, 12 steals and seven assists and Lainey Bomba and Jayna Schwartz each added 10 points.

Bill Broderick can be reached at bbroderi@battlecreekenquirer.com. Follow him on Twitter: @billbroderick.

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