Rangers remain undefeated in BCS Blue Division

Host Cassopolis rallied form a 37-30 halftime deficit to remain undefeated in the BCS Athletic Conference Blue Division.

The Rangers outscored New Buffalo 45-28 in the second half to earn a 75-65 win in boys basketball.

Cassopolis (9-3, 6-0 Blue) trailed 18-17 after one and 37-30 at the half. The Rangers poured in 30 third quarter points to grab a 60-58 lead heading into the final frame.

Bryce Saxton scored a game-high 25 points to lead the Rangers, who also got 23 points from Deion Gatson. Alex Emerson and Marquise Curtis both finished with 10 points.

Jarek Hotwanger had 20 points to lead the Bison, who dropped to 5-5 overall and 4-2 in the Blue Division.

 

CASSOPOLIS 75, NEW BUFFALO 65

At Cassopolis

NEW BUFFALO 65

Isiah Ripley 2; Gage Rice 2; Creo Brewster 2; Riley Fournier 2; Marquis Artz 16; Jarek Hotwagner 20; Seth Margaritas 6; Travis Maddux 15. TOTALS: 24 11-15 65.

CASSOPOLIS 75

Deion Gatson 23; Bryce Saxton 25; Alex Emerson 10; Shane Los 3; Marquise Curtis 10; Xander Smith 2; Brandon Anderson 2. TOTALS: 27 19-29 75.

 

New Buffalo               18       37       58       65

Cassopolis                  17       30       60       75

3-point baskets: New Buffalo 6 (Artz 2, Margaritas 2, Maddux 2), Cassopolis 2 (Gatson, Saxton); Total fouls (fouled out): New Buffalo 24 (Artz), Cassopolis 14; Varsity ecords: Cassopolis 9-3, 6-0 BCS Blue; New Buffalo 5-5, 4-2 Blue.

 

News

New general surgeon seeing patients in Niles

Edwardsburg

Michigan Traveling Vietnam Memorial Wall stops in Edwardsburg

Edwardsburg

PHOTO STORY: Edwardsburg Area Chamber of Commerce hosts fall festival

News

Niles man sentenced to probation for drunk driving

News

PHOTO STORY: Uptown Fright Fest a success

News

PHOTO STORY: Niles student crowned Miss Apple Festival 2021

News

Three injured in Howard Township crash

Dowagiac

Medical event causes car to crash into Dowagiac Burger King

Cass County

Cassopolis man sent to prison on drug charges

Dowagiac

SMC recognized for turning students into citizens

Dowagiac

ETS program awarded grant from Department of Education

Cass County

Dowagiac man who broke elementary school windows sentenced to probation

Dowagiac

Changes to retirement benefits cause for concern among Cass County employees

News

Niles first ward residents ask for an end to gun violence in their community

Buchanan

Buchanan Area Senior Center raising funds to convert porch into sunroom

Cass County

Man arrested on drug charges in Mason Township

Cass County

Cass County Commissioners approve grant for Dowagiac River restoration

Business

Lyons Industries donates 12 thermal imaging cameras to Indian Lake Volunteer Fire Department

Cass County

Niles man seriously injured in motorcycle crash

Dowagiac

Dowagiac Police Log: Sept. 13-14

Berrien County

Local emergency departments experiencing high volumes, wait times

Berrien County

Residents demand Berrien County commissioners take action on mask mandate

Business

Cassopolis hosts Cass County Leadership Summit

Business

Owners of vintage farm tractors invited to Under the Harvest Moon