Prep boys basketball: Jackson 77, Monroe 41

MILL CREEK — Dan Kingma hit six 3-point field goals and finished with a game-high 20 points to lead Jackson to a Wesco 4A win over Monroe on Saturday. The Timberwolves built a 20-point lead in the first quarter and led 58-22 at halftime.

Alexander Spahman and Riley Schelfhout each scored eight points to lead Monroe.

At Jackson H.S.

Monroe139712—41

Jackson3325145—77

Monroe—Alex Johnson 2, Hunter Bingham 0, Tyler Sharp 3, Shanden Mixayphone 0, Samuel LaPine 6, Andrew Chartrand 1, Kurtis Lockie 0, Tristan Witham 2, Alexander Spahman 8, Devin Sepich 0, Riley Schelfhout 8, Brandon Gundersen 11. Jackson—Nick Hovorka 1, Dan Kingma 20, Jason Todd 18, Brian Zehr 4, Marcus Blake 7, Holden Roberts 7, Connor Willgress 7, Dylan Mitchell 0, Frank Rossi 0, Sam Saufferer 5, Blake Ozuna 6, Riley Waite 2, Isaiah Patrick 0. 3-point goals—LaPine 2, Kingma 6, Blake 1, Saufferer 1. Records—Monroe 3-3 league, 4-7 overall. Jackson 7-0, 11-0.

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