Posted On: 06/11/18 10:27 AM

Northwood University hosted a High School Team Shootout last weekend. There were strong teams and an array of talent to see.

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On June 10, tbe Championship game featured a match up between Grand Ledge and Midland Dow. Midland Dow took a 24-19 lead into halftime. They held a double figure lead until late in the game. With just 3 minutes remaining, Grand Ledge cut a 10 point lead in half to 5. Jacob TomsichJacobTomsich5'11" | SGHH Dow | 2020StateMI then responded for Midland Dow with a huge triple from the top of the key. Tomsich then made a steal and the pass to Jacob Stone for a one handed dunk that broke the game open. Grand Ledge put Midland Dow on the line the rest of the way. Dow responded by not missing a single free throw in the last 2 minutes. Midland Dow defeated Grand Ledge by a final of 52-41.


Duvel Lewis (2019, 6’6”, F, Grand Ledge)

Lewis was a quick jumper which helped him be strong on the glass. He showed athleticism and the ability to finish at the rim  through contact. He was described by coach/trainer Dell Johnson as “a beast.”

Jacob Stone (2019, F, Midland Dow)

Stone is a big kid who played with toughness. He was a solid defender and a force on the glass. Stone was able to run the floor well and hit three pointers.

Nick Serocki (2019, CG, Midland Dow)

The 6’1” combo guard showed some nice skills. He handled the ball well, controlled the pace, and made smart decisions with the ball.

Jacob TomsichJacobTomsich5'11" | SGHH Dow | 2020StateMI (2020, SG, Midland Dow)

The 5’11” shooting guard showed that he could be a force for the next couple years. He was great from behind the three point line, with a fundamentally sound and efficient shot. Tomsich was strong defensively where he forced turnovers. He was “showing point guard skills with pin point passes,” said Coach/Trainer Dell Johnson.