(Photo by Greg Hall) Vassar's Jenna Huizar (30) goes up for a layup Tuesday against the defense of Caro's Kendall Root (21) and McKenzie Smith (13). Vassar won the contest 27-26.

12/6 – 12/8 girls’ basketball results

(Photo by Greg Hall) Vassar's Jenna Huizar (30) goes up for a layup Tuesday against the defense of Caro's Kendall Root (21) and McKenzie Smith (13). Vassar won the contest 27-26.
(Photo by Greg Hall)
Vassar’s Jenna Huizar (30) goes up for a layup Tuesday against the defense of Caro’s Kendall Root (21) and McKenzie Smith (13). Vassar won the contest 27-26.

Girls’ basketball roundup

Thursday games

Millington 81, Bridgeport 40

BRIDGEPORT — A week after setting a new school record for points allowed in a game, the Cardinals set a program record for points in a game.

Millington forced 37 Bridgeport turnovers, and led 37-16 at halftime in the Tri-Valley Conference East game.

Hannah Hall (15 points, 11 rebounds) and Molly Wolfington (10 points, 10 rebounds) each delivered double-doubles while point guard Haley Trickey almost got there with nine points and nine assists. Sydney Olmstead scored 12 points, on four 3-pointers, Makayla Bremer added 10 points and six steals and Regan Ostrander contributed nine points to the Millington win.

The Cardinals (2-1) are back at TVC-East play, Wednesday at home against Birch Run.

Marlette 56, Vassar 8

MARLETTE — The Red Raiders improved to 4-0 with the non-league win.

Caitlin Quade led Marlette with 18 points and six rebounds and Hannah Kady and Sydney Parker each tossed in eight points.

Lainey Zwerk and Madison Hornung scored three points apiece to pace Vassar.

Marlette hosts USA Tuesday while Vassar (1-2) travels to Sandusky, also on Tuesday. Both games are of the non-conference variety.

Bay City All Saints 55, Mayville 29

MAYVILLE — Lauryn Frenzel scored 17 points for Mayville, but it wasn’t enough in the non-league loss.

Rachel Cummings added six points as the Wildcats dropped to 2-2.

All Saints was paced by Shannon Bates’ 21 points. Hannah Ducolon added 10 for the Cougars.

Mayville returns to action Monday at home against Carsonville-Port Sanilac.

Tuesday games

Frankenmuth 47, Unionville-Sebewaing Area 44

SEBEWAING — The difference in the non-league game was the fourth quarter, as the Eagles went in trailing 33-32, and came out on top.

Lindsey Mertz led Frankenmuth with 14 points and four steals while fellow senior Hannah Karwat added 10 points and 10 rebounds. Karwat also hit two key free throws in the final minute of the game. Freshman Kelynn Kujat contributed 10 points and four assists.

Lauren Adam led USA with 14 points while Marisa Morton and Katie Engelhardt also reached doubles with 10 points apiece.

Mayville 36, Owendale-Gagetown 22

OWENDALE — After a dismal first quarter, in which the Wildcats trailed 6-1, Mayville bounced back to down the Bulldogs 27-3 in the middle two quarters to grab the non-conference win.

Lauryn Frenzel paced Mayville with 11 points while Jenna Franks added eight and Rachel Cummings chipped in with six.

Nathasha Dubs led O-G with a game-high 13 points.

Marlette 42, Kingston 37

MARLETTE — A big second half propelled Marlette to the non-league win.

Trailing 19-12 at halftime, the Red Raiders outscored Kingston 30-18 after the break to nab the victory.

Hannah Kady led three Marlette players in double figures with 12 points. Caitlin Quade and Sydney Parker each tossed in 11.

Camryn MacGuire delivered a game-high 15 points for Kingston.

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