Lansing Catholic Runs Away In The Second Half, Advances To Saturdays State Title Game

By: Jeremy Sampson
By: Jeremy Sampson

Lansing Catholic's boys basketball team has an opportunity to win the schools first ever boys basketball state title on Saturday after the Cougars beat Menominee 64-39 in the Class B semifinal Friday at the Breslin Center.

Lansing Catholic broke open a 4 point game at the half outscoring the Maroons 17-to-6 in the third quarter. Max Gover scored 14 and Mike Repovz 13 to lead the way. Lansing Catholic will play Flint Powers Saturday night at 8 p.m. for the state championship. is happy to provide a forum for commenting and discussion. Please respect and abide by the house rules:

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