ERIE – McKenna Tarry didn’t record a single point for the first 31 minutes and 47 seconds of Ida’s girls basketball contest against Erie Mason Tuesday night.
With just 13 seconds left, Tarry grabbed a loose ball under the basket and put up a shot to score her first bucket of the night.
It turned into a game winner, giving Ida a 48-47 road victory.
Jessica Schrader dropped 17 points and Reese Hennessey added 12 points for Ida.
Zoie Stubleski poured in 19 points and grabbed 12 rebounds for the Eagles.
“She (Stubleski) continues to put up great numbers and improve each game,” Mason coach Josh Sweigart said.
Karner leads Dundee
MONROE – Dundee trailed after each of the first three quarters, but came to life in the final period for a 47-39 comeback victory against Jefferson Tuesday night.
Kendall Karner scored 8 of her 13 points in the fourth quarter to lead the comeback.
“Kendall Karner played the best game of her varsity career,” Dundee coach Jay Briggs said.
Clair Boggs led the Bears with 14 points, while Anna Boggs chipped in 10 points.
Mannebach hits seven triples
HUDSON – Summerfield returned to action with its first game in 10 days, earning a 52-49 win over Hudson Tuesday.
Sophomore Mayley Mannebach torched the Hudson defense for 7 3-pointers on her way to a 27-point performance.
“Mayley played a great game I can’t say enough of how proud I am for her. She was money from the 3-point line,” coach Mickey Moody said.
Jaeli Jones added 13 points for the 5-4 Bulldogs.
State-ranked foe tops SMCC
MONROE – St. Mary Catholic Central fell just short in a 60-55 loss to state-ranked Allen Park Inter-City Baptist Tuesday night.
Buddy Snodgrass scored half of his team-high 20 points in the second quarter to lead the Falcons. Ian Foster added 15 points for SMCC, hitting a trio of 3-pointers, and Brady Hines scored 10 points.
Snyder sparks Bedford
TEMPERANCE – Kajon Snyder scored 9 points in the third quarter to give the Mules some breathing room heading into the final period of a 55-51 win over Detroit Henry Ford Tuesday.
Snyder led Bedford (2-7)) with 12 points and Jace Williams scored 11.
Summerfield comes back
ADRIAN – Lenawee Christian exploded for 24 points in the first quarter, but Summerfield fought back to take a 39-36 halftime lead.
The Bulldogs were outscored 19-10 in the fourth quarter and fell 69-62 Tuesday night.
“LCS had a great start that put us in a hole, one that we were able to crawl out of, but we did it again to ourselves in the fourth quarter again,” Summerfield coach Phil Schiffler said.
Tyler Dafoe and Jha Jha Hornbeak each scored 19 points for 9-3 Summerfield.
Freshman sparks Eagles
MORENCI – Freshman David Sweeney scored the first 9 points of his varsity career as Erie Mason cruised past Morenci 59-37 Tuesday.
“Nice program win where everyone got in and played a quarter,” Mason coach Kevin Skaggs said. “We started out a bit slow in the first quarter but put up 24-2nd quarter points while holding Morenci to 7.”
It was the second consecutive win for the 3-7 Eagles. Xavier Wise led with 11 points and Logan Goodin added 10.
Pirates scuttle Dundee
RIVERVIEW – Drew Bylow qualified for the state finals in the butterfly and 50-yard freestyle and set a pool record in the butterfly for Dundee in a 101-83 loss to Riverview Tuesday.
The 2-2 Vikings had 32 personal-best times and had Lukas Neikirk and Aaron Brewer go 1-2 in diving.