West Bloomfield wins their second State Crown in three years.

Written Saturday March 23rd at 8:00 PM

The Lakers have their second Division One State crown in three years.

West Bloomfield had no problem with Grand Blanc on Saturday afternoon winning 60-30 in the Division One State Finals at the Breslin Center on the campus of Michigan State University in the Division One State Finals.

The Lakers were coming off an emotional 33-12 run to stun Rockford 55-47 in the Division One State Semifinals on Friday afternoon. The Rams beat West Bloomfield 40-36 in the Division One State Finals last season.

Summer Davis had 14 points, while Kendell Hendrix had 13 points, Indya Davis had 11 points, and Destiny Washington had 10 points for the Lakers who were balanced on the night.

Chelsea Bishop led the Bobcats with 20 points.

West Bloomfield was the dominant team just like what happened in Grand Blanc on February 29th when the Lakers won 67-28 in that game. West Bloomfield went on a 15-1 run to start the game and it was over.

The Lakers lose the Davis sisters, Destiny Washington, Taylor Graves, and Kendell Hendrix to graduation. They have Ava Lord, Sheridan Beal, Breanna Gamble-Jones, Breasia Gamble-Jones, and London Hall coming back for Coach Darrin McAllister next season.

West Bloomfield finished the season at 26-1 with their only loss to Toledo Anthony Wayne. The Lakers went through North Farmington, Farmington Hills Mercy, Royal Oak, Temperance Bedford, Rockford, and Grand Blanc to get their second State crown in three years.

Mission accomplished.

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