The Dexter men’s basketball team season ended yesterday, falling to the Huron River Rats 43-28. It was a tough loss for the Dreads, as hard as they tried to get stops on defense they were not able to make a shot.
“I feel bad for the seniors,” sophomore guard Marco Lucchesi said. “It was a tough loss, but we will be back next year.”
The boys’ basketball defeated Pioneer on Thursday thanks to some last-second heroics from senior Brady Rosen.
The Dread’s went up early with some quick 3-pointers from point guard Drew Bishop, but the Pioneers’ Drew Lauder led his team back to take the lead late in the fourth.
With time running out Brady Rosen grabbed the rebound and chucked up a three-quarter court shot at the end of the fourth for the win giving the Dread’s a much-needed boost heading into districts.
“Before I was thinking how we need to get a defensive stop and worst-case scenario put it in overtime,” Rosen said. “[After the heave], I was like, ‘wow, this shout could actually go in… like it’s got a good path.
“After [it went in], I was just in shock that I actually made that shot and we won off of that.”
What’s next: Dexter will look to get a win in the first round of districts against the Pinckney Pirates at 7 p.m. Monday at Skyline High School.
The Dexter men’s basketball team beat the Ann Arbor pioneers 56-53 yesterday after a miraculous half court buzzer beater by Brady Rosen. This game was special for the Dreads, as it was senior night, making it important to get a victory in their last game at home for the seniors. The Dreads went up early with some quick three pointers from point guard Drew Bishop, but Pioneer’s Drew Lauder led the Pioneers back to take the lead late in the fourth. With time running out, Rosen grabbed the rebound and chucked up the half court shot at the end of the fourth for the win giving the Dreads a much needed boost heading into districts. On the win, sophomore guard Marco Lucchesi said “I’m glad we were able to pull it out. It’s a good chemistry builder before districts.” Dexter will look to get a win in the first round of districts against the Pinckney Pirates on Monday at 7:00 pm at Skyline high school.
The Dexter women’s basketball team beat the Skyline Eagles 41-25 yesterday, which will advance them to the district finals. Dexter was lead to an incredible underdog victory by Kylie Cabana with 17 points and Kylie Nicewonger with 11 points. This victory was unexpected, but it landed the Lady Dreads a surprising placement in the district championship.
What’s next: The Lady Dreads will play 7 p.m. Friday against Pioneer for the district title.
Dreads beat Pinckney 6-3 and advance in Regional playoffs
Dexter hockey faced off against the Pinckney Pirates in the first round of Division 3 Regional playoffs. The game started off with the Dreads scoring two quick goals by juniors Kyle Knapp and Trevor Eisele. Junior Ryan Lotz added a goal late in the period, making the score 3-0 after one.
The Dexter men’s basketball team beat the Lenawee Christian Cougars last night. Dexter’s record improves to 14-5, and Lenawee’s drops to 14-3. Even though Dexter won the game, they were down most of it, as Lenawee was very consistent from behind the arch. However, thanks to DHS senior Brady Rosen’s 36 point 11 rebound performance, the Dreads were able to pull out the victory in overtime. When asked about the game, Brady Rosen said, “I’m glad we were able to pull out the victory and put or team back in the right direction.” Dexter will look to finish the season strong against Pioneer at home on senior night.
The Dexter men’s basketball team came out weak against Adrian on Monday. The Dreads scored just three points in the first quarter en route to a 44-42 loss to the Maples.
Dexter was able to fight back, however, to a two-point deficit by halftime. Dexter took its first lead in the third quarter with scrappy defense and constant inside scoring. But with an ankle injury to senior point guard Drew Bishop late in the game, Dexter was not able to create a comfortable lead.
Adrian closed the game with a bank-in three in the waning seconds for the win.
“We let them hang around,” sophomore guard Marco Lucchesi said. “We were the better team and we let them win the game.”
What’s next: Dexter will look to get a win in the final home game of the regular season at 7 p.m. Thursday against Ann Arbor Pioneer.
The Lady Dreads shock Huron in the district opener
By Jillian Chesney
On Monday, the women’s basketball team took home a great win against Huron, 41-36.
Huron went through their entire season with a 19-1 record and they were ranked 5th in the state. The Lady Dreads came out of nowhere and surprised everyone.
Dexter entered the third quarter ahead by just one point in a seesaw game. Towards the end of the game, the score was still close.
Junior Sammi Corcoran had the most points in the game with 15, including a pair of 3-pointers late that turned a 34-32 deficit into a 38-34 lead. After Corcoran sank a pair of free throws to make it 40-36 a couple minutes left, freshman Kylee Niswonger finalized the scoring by making a free throw with four seconds left in the game.
What’s next: Dexter takes on Ann Arbor Skyline in the district semifinals at 7 p.m. Wednesday at Pioneer High School.
The Division 3 regional playoffs are underway — here are the matchups. Gibraltar Carlson beat Monroe St. Mary Catholic Central 5-3 on Monday, advancing to play Temperance Bedford on Wednesday. Chelsea will play Ann Arbor Gabriel Richard at 5:00 PM today in Chelsea’s Arctic Coliseum. Directly after that, Dexter will be facing off Pinckney at 7:00 PM in the same arena. The teams that advance from these two games will face each other this Thursday at 5:00 PM in the Arctic Coliseum. Whichever team wins that game will advance to play the winner of Wednesday’s game (Bedford v. Carlson) in Saturday’s Regional Finals.
The Dexter hockey team came into their last regular season game hot off two wins against both Fenton and longtime rival Chelsea. The team traveled to Jackson to take on Lumen Christi for their second showdown of the year.