Local Sports Journal

The West Michigan Lake Hawks had six players score in double figures and used a big first quarter to top Cleveland Pro Am 113-100 on Saturday.

The Lake Hawks jumped out to a 30-13 first-quarter lead, but nearly lost it by halftime as they took a 49-41 lead into the locker room.

West Michigan had to do all it could in the second half to hold off Cleveland who scored 38 points in the fourth quarter. Luckily, the Lake Hawks scored 36 of their own in the fourth as well.

Bernard Webb led West Michigan with 21 points and Will Wright tallied 20 points.

Abner Kamps and Nate Jennings each scored 16 points while Ralph Monday added 14 points and Anthony Crump chipped in 10.