11:00 AM Maple Valley vs. East Jackson 12:45 PM Stockbridge vs. Vandercook Lake 2:30 PM Leslie vs. Napoleon 4:15 PM Lakewood vs. Grass Lake 6:00 PM Olivet vs. Hanover Horton
Here's an updated look at the all-time boys basketball standings, counting Cascades Conference games only, starting with the 1953-54 season: Boys Basketball all-time Cascades Conference standings1953-54 through 2020-21 SCHOOLWLGWIN %Michigan Center5463559010.606Napoleon5283448720.606Hanover-Horton4662817470.624East Jackson4434348770.505Vandercook Lake4074898960.454Grass Lake2724747460.365Manchester2322955270.440Addison1603134730.338Western141812220.635Columbia Central121651860.651Concord941592530.372Northwest811282090.388Parma Western5219710.732Brooklyn3054840.357Springport25961210.207Cement City19100.100
Hanover-Horton leapfrogged Michigan Center during the 2020-21 school year to become the Cascades Conference school with the most all-time league titles. The Comets have won 135 all-time titles, two more than Michigan Center (133) and five more than third-place Napoleon (130). Here's a look:
Final 2021 Softball Standings
Grass Lake had an incredible day on the track Saturday, taking home the boys and girls state title in Division 3. Here's more: https://secondhalf.mhsaa.com/topics/boys-track-field/grass-lake-follows-bargessers-lead-1st-title-1969
Chad Mortimer has decided to step down as boys basketball coach at Hanover-Horton. Here's more: https://www.mlive.com/highschoolsports/2021/05/longtime-hanover-horton-boys-varsity-basketball-coach-steps-down-after-23-years.html?utm_source=facebook&utm_medium=social&utm_campaign=jacksoncitpat_sf&fbclid=IwAR1DkfOcOADo-od6xkHOf56L4VT9rfk69KZjcbEXx5vzoFrx5uDTfGEY7BA
Grass Lake will advance to the Division 3 state finals after learning its semifinal opponent, Hemlock, has withdrawn from the state tournament due to a COVID-19 issue. Grass Lake will seek its first-ever state championship in girls basketball on Friday.
Grass Lake's girls basketball team will play in the Division 3 state semifinals Wednesday after beating Brooklyn Columbia Central, 49-36 Monday. Abrie Cabana led the Warriors with 19 points, Gabi Lutcha scored 11 and Lexi Bargesser 10.