Ewen-Trout Creek boys fall in overtime in state final

The Ewen-Trout Creek boys with their runner up trophy in East Lansing, March 26, 2022.
The Ewen-Trout Creek boys with their runner up trophy in East Lansing, March 26, 2022.(WLUC/Joey Ellis)
Published: Mar. 26, 2022 at 10:59 AM EDT
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EAST LANSING, Mich. (WLUC) - Wyoming Tri-Unity Christian made plays on the defensive end of the court in overtime and defeated Ewen-Trout Creek 56-45 in the Division Four Boys Basketball Final in East Lansing Saturday morning.

Brady Titus scored 33 points for the Defenders, making shots and key passes for assists throughout the game.

For E-TC, Jaden Borseth had 16 points, Brendan Polkky 14 and Eric Abramson chipped in with a dozen.

The Panthers end the season 22-4, Wyoming Tri-Unity Christian 21-6.

Congratulations to Ewen-Trout Creek for leaving everything they had on the floor.

The Ewen-Trout Creek Panthers are going to overtime against Wyoming Tri-Unity Christian Saturday morning in the Division Four Boys Basketball Final in East Lansing. The score at the end of regulation is 43-43.

The overtime session is 4 minutes.

A low scoring third quarter for Ewen-Trout Creek, but there’s a four-point lead, 36-32, going into the fourth quarter against Wyoming Tri-Unity Christian in the Division Four Boys Basketball Final in East Lansing. The Defenders tied the game at 32, but buckets by Jaden Borseth and Brendan Polkky restored the lead.

Eric Abramsion’s three-pointer at the buzzer gives Ewen-Trout Creek a 30-23 lead at halftime of the Division Four Boys Basketball State Final over Wyoming Tri-Unity Christian in East Lansing.

Abramson leads the Panthers with ten points. Jaden Borseth has nine points, and Brandon Polkky is finding success in the paint with eight points.

Brady Titus paces the Defenders with ten points.

ETC shot better than 50-percent from the floor. The Panthers committed seven turnovers, the Defenders five.

The game can be seen on Bally Sports Detroit Plus.

The Panthers are going for first state title since 1972.

Later Saturday, Menominee plays in the Division Three title game.

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