Roundup: Perrow comes up big for Hornets in OT; Glads end skid

L’ANSE – L’Anse got a clutch effort, particularly from guard Daniel Perrow, to pull out a 65-59 overtime home win over Chassell Thursday.

Perrow scored 16 of his career-high 28 points from the fourth quarter on as the Hornets (3-4) busted a three-game losing streak.

“He was just aggressive. He went to the hole and was able to draw a lot of fouls,” L’Anse coach Mike Ostermeyer said.

The game was tight throughout as the Hornets struggled to contain Chassell’s hot shooting, which included six threes and 22 points from Josh Pietila and a team-best 23 from Carson Ryynanen on career nights for both.

“We picked up our play on the defensive end in the fourth quarter and overtime and I thought we did a much better job of attacking the rim offensively,” Ostermeyer said.

Jacob Ostermeyer scored 14 points and Keith Denomie 10 for L’Anse, which hosts U.P. No. 2 Negaunee Tuesday night. L’Anse won the JV game.

Chassell, which has lost three straight to fall to 3-4 overall, is off until a Jan. 17 home game with Ewen-Trout Creek.

Chassell 17 14 10 12 6 – 59

L’Anse17 12 9 15 12 – 65

Chassell – Carson Ryynanen 23, Josh Pietila 22, Brant Ryynanen 7, Steve Tuominen 2, Jake Tuomi 2, Evan Huhta 2, Zach Cherubini 1; FT: 9-17; Fouls: 22; Fouled out: Tuomi; 3-point field goals: Pietila 6, C. Ryynanen 1, B. Ryynanen 1.

L’Anse – Daniel Perrow 28, Jacob Ostermeyer 14, Keith Denomie 10, Jonny Magaraggia 5, Brett Mattson 4, Logan Roe 2, Brett Martinez 1, Joey Hansen 1; FT: 26-32; Fouls: 14; Fouled out: none; 3-point field goals: Perrow 4, Denomie 1.

Ontonagon 60, Baraga 50

BARAGA – Ontonagon broke a three-game losing streak on the back of a balanced scoring effort, with three players in double figures.

Neither side gained a ton of separation in the Copper Country Conference game, as Ontonagon held a two-point lead at the half and five after three quarters, but the Vikings’ foul troubles caught up to them. Three players fouled out and seven of Ontonagon’s 19 fourth-quarter points came from the free-throw line.

Tony Soumis led Ontonagon with a season-best 18, while Aaron Kaikko chipped in three threes and 15 points and Kyle Karttunen scored 13.

Jonah Goodreau led Baraga’s rally, scoring 10 of his team-best 16 points in the fourth quarter. Zach Owens added 12 points and a pair of triples for the Vikings (0-6, 0-4 CCC), who host Calumet Monday.

Ontonagon (2-5, 2-1 CCC) hosts Lake Linden-Hubbell Monday.

Ontonagon 11 19 11 19 – 60

Baraga 12 16 8 14 – 50

Ontonagon – Tony Soumis 18, Aaron Kaikko 15, Kyle Karttunen 13, Eric Majurin 5, Seth Rowles 4, Noel Jenny 3, David Pollard 2; FT: 17-31; Fouls: 19; Fouled out: none; 3-point field goals: Kaikko 3.

Baraga – Jonah Goodreau 16, Zach Owens 12, Dillon Huckstaedt 9, Austin Smith 4, Taylor Lindemann 3, Brandon Nieskes 2, Bill Mayo 2; FT: 11-21; Fouls: 24; Fouled out: Harley Lindemann, Huckstaedt, T. Lindemann; 3-point field goals: Owens 2, Goodreau 1.

Hancock 58,

Dollar Bay 15

HANCOCK – Matt Yao had a night to shine for Hancock, as his career-high 18 points and four three-pointers led the Bulldogs to an easy win.

“The Bays did their best to take (Alex) Almquist out of the game and forced others to beat them, which led to a breakout game for Matt Yao, who scored 18 points on 78 percent (7-for-9) shooting,” Hancock coach Curtis Wittenberg said.

Hancock now has three straight wins.

The Bulldogs, who led 21-5 after a quarter and 32-10 at the half, put four scorers in double figures: Yao, Almquist (16), Riley Engman and Shane Raasio (10 apiece).

Dollar Bay got six points apiece from Tom Dunstan and Brett Houle. The Bays (0-7) host Republic-Michigamme Monday night.

Hancock (3-5), which won the JV game, plays at Jeffers.

Dollar Bay 5 5 1 4 – 15

Hancock 21 11 15 11 – 58

Dollar Bay – Brett Houle 6, Carl Kangas 1, Tom Dunstan 6, Cameron Ringler 2. FT: 3-6, Fouls: 14, Fouled out: none, 3-point field goals: Houle 2.

Hancock – Matt Yao 18, Riley Engman 10, Shane Raasio 10, Adrian Saterstad 4, Alex Almquist 16. FT: 8-13, Fouls: 10, Fouled out: none, 3-point field goals: Yao 4, Engman 2.