In the regular season, Saginaw High and Arthur Hill split the series.
It was all on the line for these two teams in the district final.
Saginaw jumped out to an early lead, but Arthur Hill was on top at the half.
In the second half, the Trojans put it away late to win a close one 66-62.
Beecher took on Hamady in the district final at Bendle High School.
Bucs led by 13 at the half, thanks to a 31-point first quarter. It was more of the same in the second half.
Beecher dominated on both sides of the ball. Bucs win it 88-59
In Junior College Hoops,
Delta played Oakland Friday afternoon in the district 9 tournament at Ballenger Field House.
Delta was down 30 points early in the second half, and ultimately falls to Oakland 98-66.
Jody Hill scored 31 points, he is Delta's single-season leading scorer.
Mott had no trouble with Schoolcraft, they had four players with double figures: John Taylor scored 28, Ralph Eason scored 20, Jacob Perry scored 12 and Darryl Marshall chipped in 11.
Mott wins it 91-72 to move on to the championship game on Saturday against Oakland. The winner goes on to the national tournament.
In our In Depth interview, Stuart Schweigert, owner of the Saginaw Sting stopped by. The former NFL-er and Heritage High School Alum said this season will focus a lot on the community. The high school with the most ticket stubs, will get new uniforms courtesy of the team, local cheerleaders will be on the sidelines every week, and the Sting will acknowledge local high school championships on one game night as well.