GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Tuesday night brought a rare battle of top-ranked teams in high school boys basketball.
Grand Rapids Christian — No. 1 in Class A — took on Godwin Heights — No. 1 in Class B. Christian won 72-58.
It was an emotional night in Holland as Holland Christian played its last home game at the Holland Civic Center. They recreated a famous moment from 17 years ago, when then-student manager Richard Nagelkirk was given the chance to dress and play, and nailed a three-pointer. Tuesday, he stood in the same place and sunk it again.
In the college ranks, Cornerstone beat Aquinas 65-51 to win the WHAC championship. Ferris State beat Hillsdale 87-84 to open the GLIAC tournament.
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