Monday's roundup: Detroit Cody bounces back with win
Coming off a 67-41 loss to Detroit Delta Prep on Dec. 17, Detroit Cody coach James Sutton knew his team had to bounce back.
Cody did that Monday night, with a 51-43 win over Detroit University Prep Science and Math.
"It was a great win," Sutton said. "It was a great moment for our young team."
Dionte Daniels, the only senior for Cody (2-2), led the way with 15 points and 12 rebounds. Malik Frederick added 14 points, and Rothus Stewart had 10 rebounds.
Daniels orchestrated the turnaround for Cody, which trailed at halftime.
"He's extremely aggressive on the glass," Sutton said. "He played with a lot of energy tonight."
He said Frederick was also a catalyst in the second half, with three 3-pointers.
Cody plays Detroit Davis Aerospace Academy on Wednesday.
Science and Math is 3-2.
More boys basketball
Dearborn Advanced Technology 50, Clarkston Everest Collegiate 42: DeYuan Heard had 19 points and 20 rebounds and Desmond Duraku 10 points and 16 rebounds for Advanced Technology (4-2). Grant Burgess had 10 points for Everest.
New Haven 78, Mount Clemens 52: Innocent Nwoko had 16 points and 15 rebounds to lead New Haven (2-1), while Romeo Weems had 13 points and 11 rebounds, and Jerry Ben added 13 points and 14 rebounds. Alante Stevens also scored 13. Jordan Cotton had 15 points to pace Mount Clemens (0-2).
Southfield Bradford Academy 59, Detroit Cornerstone 54: George Sadler had 19 points and 12 rebounds and Lavelle Williams 10 points and seven steals for Bradford (2-0). Jamall Cain had 18 points for Cornerstone (3-2).
Warren De La Salle 55, Chicago Hyde Park 42: Kevin McKay had 27 points to lead De La Salle (4-0) in the Motor City Roundball Classic in Harper Woods. Hyde Park is 7-4.
More boys scores
Madison Heights Bishop Foley 59, Royal Oak Shrine 50
Royal Oak 62, Harrison Township L'Anse Creuse 41
St. Clair Shores South Lake 67, Warren Michigan Collegiate 49
Detroit King 71, East Chicago (Ind.) Central 52: Tia Tedford scored 17 points, Del-Janae Williams added 16 and Micaela Kelly (12 rebounds) and Alicia Norman chipped in 14 points each for King (4-1). Jenasae Bishop had 26 points for East Chicago.
Al Willman is a freelance writer