Hillsdale County Basketball Results Monday Night

Game results from Monday night basketball

Hillsdale Academy in game action earlier this season.

Hillsdale Academy’s Jacob Neukom had 17 points and Joel Mekelburg had 12 points. Conner Welden also had 10 points. The Hillsdale Academy Colts drop to an overall record of 11-2 (10-1 SCAA). Their next game is Wednesday at home versus North Adams Jerome. After that, the Colts travel to Camden-Frontier to close out the season. The Colts then move on to District games where they will have a first round bye, and will face the winner of a Waldron and Camden-Frontier matchup. The games will be hosted by Pittsford, and game times can be found at the MHSAA website. 

North Adams-Jerome 48

Will Carleton Academy 42

Will Carleton Academy discusses their game plan in a contest earlier this season.

The Will Carleton Academy Cougars entered Monday night’s game with a significant losing streak. Having lost three in a row, the Will Carleton Academy basketball team was looking for a bounce back game against the North Adams-Jerome Rams. The Rams were looking to get their first win of a very tough season for their school. They lost their last matchup to Battle Creek St. Phillip 55-35. Both teams were looking to end their losing streaks on Monday, and the on-court battle between the Rams and the Cougars would result in North Adams-Jerome getting their first win on the season. The final score, 48-42, reflects the tough road they had to travel to get that first win of their season. For WCA, it is their fourth straight loss in a row, and they drop to 6-8 overall this year. 

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