Well, Tuesday could be considered upset night.
With the Oxford and Walled Lake Western girls and the Waterford Mott boys all losing at home, they all fell out of first place ties in their respective leagues.
It looks like March Madness is starting a month early.
There were a ton of games played on Tuesday, so choosing just 3 stars will be difficult. But here it goes.
Lauren Hung, Waterford Mott — Was this a great win for the Corsairs or what? Thanks to 20 points, five steals and five rebounds from Hung, Mott upset Walled Lake Western and knocked it out of a first place tie in the KLAA North, meaning Waterford Kettering is in the driver's seat now.
T.J. Warren, Walled Lake Central — Spy Jeff Dullack couldn't have put it any better. Warren had ice water in his veins, hitting the game winning shot at the buzzer from behind the 3-point line to give the Vikings an incredible 51-48 win in overtime over Walled Lake Northern. It clinched at least a share of the KLAA North title for Central entering Friday's home game with Waterford Mott.
Micaela Ellis, Ferndale - Well, we know who the class of the OAA Blue is now. It's Ferndale, which seized control of the league with a 62-42 rout of Royal Oak. Ellis was a big reason why, scoring 22 points for Ferndale. The girl can play, no doubt.