The Rochester Hills Stoney Creek girls basketball team remains atop the Oakland Activities Association standings after defeating Walled Lake Central 49-30 in a nonconference road matchup Monday.
Stoney Creek (7-0) is tied with Clarkston for the top spot in the division as both teams remain undefeated.
Ally Voss led Stoney Creek with 17 points while Emma Sobczynski had 11.
Stoney Creek handed Macomb Dakota its first loss of the season last Friday with a 52-41 win at home. Kayla Goisdzinski scored 20 in the contest.
Nicole Langan had nine points for Walled Lake Central (1-3).
Stoney Creek takes a break for the holidays before returning home to face Troy in an OAA crossover game Jan. 5.
More girls basketball
Detroit Consortium 53, Detroit Edison Public School Academy 43: Angel Gainey had 18 points, 11 rebounds, seven assists and four steals, Janaira Montijo had 13 points, and Allure Osborn had 11 points, 10 rebounds and eight blocks for Consortium (4-1). Dasia Brown scored 22 for DEPSA.
Girls basketball scores
Canton 42, Farmington Hills Mercy 31
Grosse Ile 54, Gibraltar Carlson 20
Novi Franklin Road Christian 41, Dearborn Henry Ford Academy 40
Riverview Gabriel Richard 46, Clawson 42
Trenton 44, Madison Heights Bishop Foley 38
Detroit Davis Aerospace 50, Old Redford 41: Russell Wilson had 12 points and three steals, Marquise Hudson had 10 points and 10 rebounds, and Edmen Stewart had 12 points and 14 rebounds for Davis Aerospace (1-1).
Rochester Hills Stoney Creek 62, East Detroit 27: Nate Davis had 16 points and Ben Reiter had 14 for Stoney Creek (4-0). Darius Peterson scored six for East Detroit (1-3).
Boys basketball scores
Lakeland 50, South Lyon 45
Milford 46, South Lyon East 33
Novi Franklin Road Christian 72, Waterford Our Lady of Lakes 65
Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard 8, Madison Heights Bishop Foley 0: Nick Sheridan had two goals and two assists, and Gus Sheridan and Scott Granzotto each had two goals and an assist for Gabriel Richard (4-4). Bishop Foley is 1-8.