Feb. 2—ASHER — The Asher Indians saw nine different players reach the scoring column in a 66-28 runaway victory over Calvin at home on Tuesday.
Asher, ranked No. 17 in Class B, improved to 15-7 on the year, while the Bulldogs dropped to 4-17.
Coach Lee Reimer's girls' squad also ran away from Asher in a 47-15 victory. The Lady Indians also improved to 15-7 on the year, while Calvin left town at 3-18.
Asher hosts Stratford tonight in a battle of Pontotoc Conference foes and travels to Macomb on Saturday. Calvin is set to host the same Stratford squads on Tuesday.
Asher 66, Calvin 28
The Indians raced to a 15-3 lead to start the game, pushing that advantage to 35-16 by halftime. Asher outscored Calvin 31-12 over the final two quarters.
Mikey Vanschuyver led the Asher offense with 19 points, Tristan Reese was next with 14 points and hit 4-of-6 free throws. Jordyn Litson also reached double figures with 12.
Raygan Kuhlman and Bryce Lamb chipped in five points apiece for the hosts.
Jace Dickey hit three 3-pointers and led Calvin with 17 points. Caleb Rockey also reached double figures with 10 points for the Bulldogs.
Asher 47, Calvin 15
The Lady Indians pitched a first-quarter shutout, racing to a 14-0 lead. Asher extended the advantage to 24-6 by halftime. The Lady Indians used a 16-3 surge in the third period to build a 40-9 lead.
Alexis Johnston and Cadence Leba scored 14 points apiece to pace the Asher offense. Ryleigh Reeser also hit double figures with 10 points for the home team. Leba and Reeser both connected on a pair of 3-pointers.
Andi Winningham paced the Lady Bulldogs with nine points.