David Goricki’s boys basketball finals MVPs

David Goricki
The Detroit News
Southfield Christian guard Da'Jion Humphrey reacts after his team takes an early lead in the first half of a 63-39 win over Frankfort in the Division 4 state championship game Saturday, March, 16, 2019, at Breslin Center in East Lansing.

David Goricki of The Detroit News picks an MVP from each of the boys basketball state championship games Saturday at the Breslin Center:

Division 1:Ypsilanti Lincoln 64, U-D Jesuit 62

Jalen Fisher, Sr., G, Ypsilanti Lincoln: Fisher scored 16 while playing solid defense on U-D Jesuit senior point guard Julian Dozier. Fisher made 7-of-11 shots from the field, grabbed a rebound and tossed in a 15-footer from the right baseline as time expired for the difference in a 64-62 win, earning Lincoln its first state title.

Division 2:Hudsonville Unity Christian 58, River Rouge 55

Noah Wiswary, Sr., G, Hudsonville Unity Christian: Wiswary scored 17 to lead Unity Christian to its first state championship over a River Rouge team that was trying to win its 15th state title. He scored 11 during the pivotal third quarter, when Unity Christian outscored River Rouge 19-8 to open an 11-point lead.

Division 3:Pewamo-Westphalia 53, Iron Mountain 52

Collin Trierweiler, Sr., G, Pewamo-Westphalia: Trierweiler scored six points, which were also his final team’s six points, including two free throws with 0.7 seconds left – following a controversial intentional foul – for the difference in P-W’s first state championship.

Division 4:Southfield Christian 63, Frankfort 39

Da’Jion Humphrey, Jr., G, Southfield Christian: Humphrey scored a game-high 20 points in a 63-39 title game rout of Frankfort. He scored 11 during the second quarter to help Southfield Christian to a 44-20 halftime lead after Frankfort had cut the deficit to 15-10 on consecutive 3-pointers by Will Newbold.