Imlay City squeaks past Millington
December 08, 2010IMLAY CITY — Imlay City squeaked past visiting Millington, 35-32, in a non-league varsity girls' basketball battle last Friday night.
With the outcome, Imlay City raises its mark to 2-0 overall.
In Friday's battle, Imlay City spotted Millington an 11-8 edge after one quarter.
Imlay City then bounced back with a 13-7 second quarter advantage.
That made it 21-18, Imlay City, at the halftime break.
Imlay City and Millington then hit for 14 points apiece the rest of the way, enabling the former to claim a 35-32 win when the final second ticked off the clock.
Jaclyn Van Dyk paced Imlay City wth 10 points. She was given assistance in the scoring department by Terra Volmering (eight points), Mariyah Evans and Erin Combs (five apiece), Allison Parsch (four), Chandler Katkic (two) and Morgan Lee (one).
Evans (seven) and Van Dyk (six) put up Imlay City's best rebounding outputs.
Lee (five) led Imlay City as far as assists were concerned.
Volmering added three steals to Imlay City's cause.
Chelsea Luedtke topped Millington's scoring attack. She tossed in 12 points.
Imlay City starts with runaway win
IMLAY CITY — A 13-4 second half advantage carried visiting Imlay City to a 28-15 triumph against North Branch in a non-league varsity girls' basketball confrontation on Tuesday, November 30.
It was the season-opener for both combatants.
In Tuesday's confrontation, Imlay City spotted North Branch a 9-4 advantage after one quarter was done.
The middle two quarters saw Imlay City accumulate 15 total points, while allowing North Branch just three.
That made it 19-12, Imlay City, at the 24-minute mark.
Imlay City then outscored North Branch 9-3 during the last eight minutes of action, good for a 28-15 triumph when the final second ticked off the clock.
Jaclyn Van Dyk led Imlay City with eight points. The Spartans also had Morgan Lee (seven points), Erin Combs (six), Terra Volmering (four, including a field goal of the three-point variety), Mariyah Evans (two) and Allison Parsch (one).
Van Dyk (eight), Combs (six) along with Evans and Lee (five apiece) furnished Imlay City's best rebounding totals.
Vandyk (six) and Lee (two) added Imlay City's steals.
Kevin Kissane has been covering high school sports for the Tri-City Times since 1985. When not standing on a field or court with his camera and notepad, he enjoys golf, travel and family. Kevin is a 1980 graduate of Capac High School, and is also a grad of St. Clair Community College and earned a degree in journalism from Central Michigan University.