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Three players players scored in double figures as Cass Tech withstood a late Benton Harbor run to pull out a 80-73 victory Saturday in the Floyd Mayweather Classic at Grand Rapids Ottawa Hills High.

The victory came after Friday's 54-41 home win over Detroit Osborn. Despite traveling 158 miles, Cass Tech roared out to a 20-point first quarter.

Darwin Hubbard had 23 points and 14 rebounds to lead Cass Tech (5-4). Leonard Salis scored 18 and Michael Farmer added 16.

"We played much better in our transition game and we started well out of the gate," Cass Tech coach Steve Hall said.

Curtis Dawson had 20 points for Benton Harbor (8-2).

Boys basketball

Detroit Allen Academy 76, Saginaw Arthur Hill 56: At Horatio Williams Freedom Classic at Warren Fitzgerald High, Danny Pippen had 21 points, 12 rebounds and six blocks while Jason Williams and Drequan Bell had 13 points apiece for Allen Academy (7-2). Billy Burton had 25 points for Arthur Hill (6-2).

Detroit East English 79, Muskegon 72: At Mayweather Classic in Grand Rapids, Gregory Elliott had 21 points and Jaylin McFadden had 20 points and 14 rebounds for East English (8-2). Jermaine Golidy had 19 points for Muskegon (8-1).

Detroit Henry Ford 68, Wayne Memorial 37: James Towns had 26 points and Deonte Ulmer 17 to lead Henry Ford 5-5). Terrence Woods had 15 for Wayne Memorial (1-8).

Macomb Dakota 79, Lansing Everett 70 (OT): Chris Marshall had 22 points, Trevon Webster added 20 and Jermaine Jackson Jr had 19 points, seven rebounds and eight assists for Dakota (7-0)

Warren De La Salle 67, Detroit Pershing 61: Kevin McKay had 17 for De La Salle (7-3). David Syfax scoed 14 points for Pershing.

Girls basketball

Detroit Country Day 42, Ann Arbor Huron 38: Destiny Pitts had 11 points for Country Day (10-1). Katlyn Brownlee had 15 points for Huron.

Boys hockey

Madison Heights Bishop Foley 8, Grand Rapids Union 0: Griffin Sherry had two goals and an assist,Max O’Hara had three assists and Goalie PJ Hatch added a goal for Bishop Foley (2-10).

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