COLLEGE BASKETBALL Holmquist Player of the Week FREELAND\u00a0\u2014\u00a0For the third time this season, Trine\u2019s Jared Holmquist has been named the MIAA Men\u2019s Basketball Player of the Week. The former Reed City basketball standout led the Thunder to victories over Olivet and Albion to help Trine earn the No. 4 seed in the MIAA Tournament. The senior averaged 30.5 points in the two wins while knocking down 21-of-32 (65.6 percent) of his attempts from the field. Holmquist\u2019s 35-point performance in Saturday\u2019s victory over Albion on Senior Day was the sixth-highest scoring total on record in a game in team history. Holmquist has won six MIAA Player of the Week honors in his career. The 2015-16 season has put the finishing touches on an outstanding career for Holmquist. He was recently named to the 2015-16 Capital One Academic All-District Men\u2019s Basketball Team and will be eligible for Academic All-America \u00a0consideration. His other accolades this season include being named the Division III News Player of the Month for November and earning recognition on the D3Hoops.com Team of the Week. Entering this weekend\u2019s MIAA Tournament, Holmquist has totaled 1,491 career points. He ranks second in team history in blocked shots and third in rebounding. Holmquist has started more games than anyone in program history. This season, he ranked second in the MIAA in scoring at 21.2 points per game and notched nine double-doubles. Trine will face regular-season MIAA Champion Hope in the MIAA Semifinals this Saturday at Hope College. This will be the fourth-straight season the two teams have met in the conference tournament. Tip-off is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. Holmquist scores 35 ANGOLA, Ind.\u00a0\u2014\u00a0The Trine men\u2019s basketball team pulled away in the second half to beat conference foe Albion 76-66 on Senior Day Saturday afternoon. After a tight first half, the Thunder pulled away in the second half thanks in large part to senior Jared Holmquist, of Reed City, who had a career-high 35 points. Holmquist scored the sixth-most points on record in a game in team history on 11-of-16 shooting before fouling out. He also had five rebounds and was 12-of-13 from the line. Travell Oakes paced the Britons with 20 points and nine rebounds. The victory propelled Trine to 17-8 (7-7 in the MIAA) and clinched them the No. 4 seed in the conference tournament. Albion fell to 14-11 (10-5 in the MIAA). Holmquist scored 21 of his 35 points in the second half. HALL OF FAME Pine River inductees LEROY\u00a0\u2014 The first class of inductees into the Pine River Sports Hall of Fame was inducted on Friday during halftime of the boys basketball games. The inductees were:\u00a0Ted Raven, Cecil Burch, David Dickinson,\u00a0Jeff Pullen, Cobb and Iliene Nelson, J.R. Holmes.\u00a0Rob Feeley, the 1943-44 LeRoy High School basketball team\u00a0and the 1991 Pine River varsity wrestling team. GIRLS BASKETBALL Reed City 44, Grant 27 REED CITY\u00a0\u2014 Lauren Voelker and Alyssa Olds each scored seven points on Feb. 16, while Emily Libey scored six points in a Central State Activities Association Gold Division win over Grant. BOYS BASKETBALL Reed City 54, Grant 53 GRANT\u00a0\u2014 Andre Jones hit a last-second, 40-foot 3-pointer to give the Coyotes a dramatic one-point CSAA Gold win on Feb. 6 over Grant. Mykel Dillard had 14 points while Taylor Pelton had 10. Clare 75, Evart 53 CLARE\u00a0\u2014 The Wildcats (5-12) dropped this nonleague game on Monday. They lost in Highland Conference action to Manton 64-30 and to Beal City 61-51 last week. Evart is home with Lake City on Thursday and at Marion on Tuesday. COMPETITIVE CHEER Evart girls 10th MUSKEGON\u00a0\u2014 Evart\u2019s competitive cheer season ended on Saturday at Muskegon West Michigan Christian with a 10th-place finish at the Division 4 districts. \u201cWe were a little off,\u201d Evart coach Marty Pattee said. \u201cThey did have a very good round 3, it\u2019s probably one of the best times they performed it.\u201d Evart graduates two seniors. \u201cWe\u2019re still very young and upcoming,\u201d Pattee said.