BOYS BASKETBALL: Clarkston hands North Farmington first loss | North Oakland Sports
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BOYS BASKETBALL: Clarkston hands North Farmington first loss

| January 18, 2014 | Comments (0)

CLARKSTON — Trying to avoid a second loss in less than a month, Clarkston tightened down the grips Friday night.

The Wolves held visiting North Farmington to sub 40-percent shooting and to under 40 points with a 42-36 OAA Red Division victory over the Raiders.

The win also moved Clarkston into sole possession of first place in the OAA-Red, as the Wolves are gunning for their 10th league title in 11 years and eighth straight.

Nick Owens scored 15, Mike Nicholson added 14 points and Andrew Myers twined seven points for Clarkston.

Jerome Rogers scored 23 points, sinking 9-of-10 free throws and Anthony Qasawa added nine points for North Farmington, but the Raiders (7-1, 3-1) only had three players reach the scoring column.

Clarkston (6-1, 3-0) led 13-8 after the first quarter, only to see North Farmington go on a 14-9 second-quarter surge to bring the game to a 22-22 stalemate at the half.

The Wolves opened up some breathing room thanks to an 11-2 third quarter, while the Raiders closed to within six points thanks to a 12-9 fourth stanza.

ROCHESTER HILLS CHRISTIAN 46, TROY BETHANY CHRISTIAN 36: Rochester Hills Christian remained alone atop the FBAC Red Division standings Friday night with this 10-point road win over the Bruins.

Senior guard Marquez Hatcher had 14 points and four assists and sophomore Ryan Patton also chipped in with14 points for Rochester Hills Christian (11-1, 3-0). Senior Josh Steiner added seven points and 15 rebounds for the Eagles.

Junior J.T. Bishop had 10 points in the loss for Bethany Christian.

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