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Coming off a short holiday break, Clinton Township Chippewa Valley boys basketball coach Kevin Voss wanted to see his team continue its hot streak.

It did just that as his team hosted and took care of Grosse Pointe North on Friday night, 67-47, in a Macomb Area Conference crossover game.

The energy was there, thanks to senior guard and captain D’Lano Woods. He finished with a team-high 17 points, six rebounds and six assists.

“(Woods) is extremely explosive,” Voss said. “He’s only 5-foot-10, but he plays like he’s 6-foot-2. He’s a tremendous player.”

Though Woods didn’t do it all by himself.

Passing has been a point of pride for Chippewa Valley under Voss and he was pleased with the way his team facilitated and found open teammates. It finished with 16 assists on 28 made field goals.

“We take a lot of pride in (passing),” Voss said. “We really like to be a team that you get a basket because someone gets you the ball. That’s how I believe the game is played.”

With plenty of passing usually come turnovers. That was not the case with Chippewa Valley as it finished with just seven for the game.

“We all played very well,” Voss said. “Seven turnovers against a team that was bigger and larger. Finishing with only seven turnovers in high school basketball is tough to do.”

Allen Whaley finished with 11 points for Chippewa Valley (5-0).

Ryan Webb scored 18 to lead Grosse Pointe North (3-4).

Chippewa Valley will travel to Macomb Dakota on Tuesday for a MAC Red Division matchup. North will travel to Romeo on Tuesday for a MAC White battle.

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Detroit Cornerstone Health & Technology 63, Dearborn Henry Ford 19: Alante Coward had 20 points, 10 assists and six steals, and Jordan Johnson scored 12 for Cornerstone (4-1, 1-0 Charter). Henry Ford is 2-2, 0-1.

Harper Woods Chandler Park 73, Romulus Summit 36: Marlon Crawford had 16 points, and Josh Diggs scored 16 with seven rebounds for Chandler Park (4-2, 1-0 Charter). Leroy Watson scored 10 for Summit (2-5, 0-1).

Troy 69, Bloomfield Hills 58: Leon Ayers scored 21 and Jason Dietz 16 for Troy (5-1, 1-0 OAA Red). Dean Hysni had 20 points for Bloomfield Hills (3-5, 0-2).

Troy Athens 66, Oak Park 61: Clark Joslin scored 19 with nine rebounds and five assists, Jake Brantley had 17 points, Brent Stephens 12 and Taylor McCaskill 11 for Athens (6-1, 1-0 OAA White). Sanna Sisawo had 17 points and 13 rebounds, and Isaiah Hollis-Motin scored 13 for Oak Park (1-2, 0-1).

Warren De La Salle 60, Birmingham Brother Rice 43: Kole Gjonaj had 16 points and Luke Pfromm added 12 for De La Salle (4-2, 1-0 Catholic Central). Jon Brantley scored 17 for Brother Rice (2-4, 0-1).

West Bloomfield 61, North Farmington 48: Jalen Kelso had 16 points, 13 steals, seven rebounds and seven assists and Tre Harvey scored 16 for West Bloomfield (2-3, 1-0 OAA Red). Yusuf Jihad scored 16 for North Farmington (3-2, 0-1).

Girls basketball

Ann Arbor Pioneer 57, Macomb Dakota 47: Eden Johnson scored 23 and Shamim Wambere 14 for Pioneer (1-1 SEC Red). Kara Bieniewicz had 16 points and Cameron Grant 10 for Dakota (6-1, 2-0 Macomb Area).

Farmington Hills Mercy 51, Warren Regina 31: Jenna Schluter had 14 points and Julia Bishop and Bella Dugas each scored 10 for Mercy (7-1, 4-1 Catholic Central). Riley Bobowski scored 10 for Regina (1-5, 1-4).

Macomb Lutheran North 36, Warren Mott 27: Hannah Milligan scored 10, six of which came in the fourth quarter, for Luthern North (3-4). Maiah Hoover scored 10 for Mott (1-7).

Walled Lake Central 39, Hazel Park 31: Rizaria Franklin scored 16 for Central (5-2). Trinity Benton had 18 points for Hazel Park (2-4).

Waterford Lakes 41, Royal Oak Shrine 40: Isabelle Kline scored 10 and Kayla Sanders and Catherine Weddle each added eight points for Lakes (6-3, 2-0 Catholic League). Regan Smith scored 17 for Shrine (5-3, 2-1).

Connor Muldowney is a freelance writer; News staff contributed

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