Flint-area sports activities highlights: Keyon Menifield’s triple-double sparks Beecher in 2OT win

FLINT – Keyon Menifield had a triple-doubles Saturday when Beecher’s boys’ basketball team rebounded from their opening season loss to Orchard Lake St. Mary’s by beating Ferndale 73-67 in double overtime.

Menifield had 18 points, 10 assists, 10 rebounds and five steals.

Robert Lee led Beecher with 22 points while scoring 12 rebounds. Carmelo Harris added 16 points, eight rebounds, six assists and five steals.

Ferndale is 1-1.

Almont 95, Brandon 76

Almont remained undefeated in three games. Brandon played his season opener.

Bridgeport 46, Hamady 40

Hamady fell to 0-3. The Hawks lost a total of 10 points. Bridgeport is 1-1.

Davison 63, Bay City Western 53

Dane Coleman scored 16 points to lead Davison (2-1). Teon Armstrong added 13 points and Dion Brown Jr. scored nine with 10 rebounds. Bay City Western is 2-1.

Waterford Kettering 64, Fenton 52

Waterford Kettering won for the first time in three games that season. Fenton fell to 1-1.

Flushing 40, Midland Dow 29

Makhi McCombs scored 14 points and led Flushing, bringing his record to 2-0. Dow fell to 1-3.

Frankenmuth 67, Flint 33

Ben Reinert led Frankenmuth (2-0) with 16 points and 14 rebounds. Riley Roe and Cole Jankowski each added 13 points. Flint fell to 0-2.

Goodrich 69, Lapeer 58

Tyson Davis scored 25 points, Evan Williams 18 and Aidan Rubio 15 for Goodrich, who improved to 2-0. Lapeer (0-2) was led by Brendan Pillar with 19 points, Cole Bennett with 15 and Owen Hebberd with 11 points.

Grand Blanc 79, Midland 46

RJ Taylor led Grand Blanc (3-0) with 15 points, Ty Rodgers with 13, Shamus Thomas with 11 and Bryce O’Mara with nine. Midland fell to 1-2.


Davison 45, Bay City Western 36

Jasmine Hadley led Davison with 14 points and 16 rebounds. Olivia Dirkse was the Cardinals’ top scorer with 16 points. Davison improved to 2-1. Western is 1-2.

Byron 69, Okemos 35

Sarah Marvin had 29 points, 10 rebounds, eight steals and seven assists for Byron (3-0). Makenna Clement also had a double-double with 10 points and 12 rebounds, while Makayla Clement had 18 points and seven steals. Okemos played his season opener.

Grand Blanc 46, Midland 41

Grand Blanc (3-0) beat Midland 21-10 in the fourth quarter after leaving three periods at 31:25. Olivia Carpenter led Midland (2-1) with 12 points. Anna Tuck added 11 points and seven rebounds.

Midland Dow 76, Flushing 55

Brooklyn Grissom led Flushing with eight points. The Imani League got 10 rebounds for the Raiders, Alex Long had eight and Keeli Lindstrom gave out four assists. Dow (3-0) was 16:30 from the 3-point range. Flushing fell to 1-2.

New Lothrop 57, Fowlerville 43

Brooke Wenzlick led New Lothrop with 27 points, 10 rebounds and five assists. Alexis Miller added 18 points and Mikayla Lienau had 10 rebounds. The hornets are 3-0.

Fenton 61, Swartz Creek 19

Korryn Smith scored 15 points from the end with eight steals and seven assists for Fenton (1-0). Kaleigh Shaker added 11 points for the Tigers, who scored the game’s first 20 points. Brooklyn Turner led Swartz Creek (0-1) with nine points.

Standish-Sterling 67, Goodrich 38

Emily Bescoe scored 12 points to lead Goodrich, who fell to 1-1. Standish-Sterling is 3-0.


Powers Catholic 3, Saline 0

Mason Czarnecki, Trey Carlock and Tyler Lawrence scored a goal for the Chargers (3-0). Nick Kurtiak made 16 saves for his first career shutout. In an 8-0 win over Okemos, Lawrence and Jacques Lavrack both scored two goals for Powers (2-0). Cooper Gerhardt, Trey Carlock, Gunnar Birmingham and Brenden Tarpening also scored for the chargers. Gerhardt’s goal was the first of his career and Peyton Lenger scored 13 saves for his first career shutout.

Grand Blanc 7, Tawas 5

Rylee Edmonds and Trey Peterson recorded hat tricks for Grand Blanc (1-0). Ryan Groleau also scored for the Bobcat.


Feuerstein highlights for February 12, 2021

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Michigan third high school is on hold due to COVID

Durand’s football coach takes the same job at Petoskey

The lack of officials is a problem as winter sports begin

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