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December 12, 2015: Veteran coach Shaffer preaches patience at Brother Rice

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"Clarkston v BH Boys bball 2/6/15"February 11, 2015: Brother Rice Rallies for Upset of No. 5 U-D Jesuit 

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"Clarkston v BH Boys bball 2/6/15"February 11, 2015: BR Warriors Sporting a Bear of a Backcourt in ’15 

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Rice vs Jesuit BBall (33)-MJanuary 23, 2015: Collins lifts U-D Jesuit past Brother Rice, 62-46

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DSC_00041January 22, 2015: Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice Surprising Everyone but Themselves

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DSC_0027-MJanuary 20, 2015: McKay’s 29 Leads De La Salle Past Brother Rice

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16JA15 CC v Rice733-MJanuary 16, 2015: Warriors’ Comeback Keeps Brother Rice Hoopsters Rolling

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06JA15 OLSM v Bro Rice384-MJanuary 10, 2015: Late Bloomer Hayes has Blossomed into a Force for Brother Rice

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2015_01_09_9999_812-MJanuary 10, 2015: Warriors Crack Keith Dunlap’s Weekly Rankings for Oakland County

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2015_01_09_9999_553-MJanuary 10, 2015: Brother Rice Dominates Renewal of Rivalry with Detroit Country Day

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06JA15 OLSM v Bro Rice453-MJanuary 6, 2015: Brother Rice Outlasts St. Mary’s in CHSL Opener

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December 29, 2014: Rice’s 2nd Half Comeback Falls Short Against East Kentwood

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The Meijer Muskegon Area Sports Hall of Fame Basketball Classic is more than just a lakeshore holiday tradition – it’s also a major fundraiser for the competing teams.

Since its inception in 2002, the annual two-day tournament between Christmas and New Year’s Day has given back more than $110,000. The event is now held at Reeths-Puffer’s sprawling gymnasium, which provides ample parking and seating for fans to watch four games, featuring the defending Class A state champion Muskegon Big Reds on back-to-back nights on Monday, Dec. 29 and Tuesday, Dec. 30.

The Big Reds, who have won 30 consecutive games, play Lansing Eastern in Monday’s second game and East Kentwood in the Tuesday night finale. Monday’sopener features East Kentwood vs. Birmingham Brother Rice and Tuesday’s opener is Lansing Eastern vs. Brother Rice.

Complete schedules are listed below. For additional details on the event and year-by-year results, visit the MASHF web site at

For more information, contact tournament committee member Tom Kendra at or at (231) 766-1954.


At Reeths-Puffer High School

Monday, Dec. 29

6 p.m.: Birmingham Brother Rice vs. East Kentwood

7:30 p.m.: Muskegon vs. Lansing Eastern

Tuesday, Dec. 30

6 p.m.: Lansing Eastern vs. Birmingham Brother Rice

7:30 p.m.: Muskegon vs. East Kentwood

All tickets are $6 per day and will be sold at the door. No passes of any kind will be accepted.

December 10, 2014: Congratulations to Senior-Forward, Kevin Hayes, for being nHayes Hoopsamed to the top 50 high school players in Oakland county. To read more click


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