BIG RAPIDS \u2013 Two Mecosta County rivals went at it for a nonleague boys basketball game to end the regular season with Big Rapids (18-2) prevailing over Morley Stanwood (11-8). Now it\u2019s time for the postseason. The Dunn twins combined for 30 points and the Cardinals used two strong middle quarters to pull away from the Mohawks for a 66-47 win on Thursday. It was tied 13-13 after the first quarter but Big Rapids had a 15-4 scoring advantage in the second for a 28-17 halftime lead. Freshman Devin Garbow hit two free throws after a technical foul was called on BR coach Kent Ingles to pull the Mohawks within nine, 39-30 midway in the third. But the Cardinals went on a run. Zander Prince scored off a steal for a 43-30 lead. Dawson Dunn hit a triple for a 48-32 lead and Mason Dunn had a putback for a 50-32 advantage to end the third quarter. Karlito McKinney\u2019s had a putback to open the third quarter for a 52-32 lead. Demarcus Lee blocked a shot attempt by Brandon Lintemuth and them passed for McKinney for a layup and 54-32 lead with 6:21 to play. \u201cWe were lethargic the first 10 to 12 minutes of the game,\u201d \u00a0Big Rapids coach Kent Ingles said. \u201cThere were mistakes we made that we can\u2019t make next week (in the districts). We have to play a little bit better.\u201d Mason Dunn scored 16 points and Dawson had 14 for Big Rapids. Also scoring were McKinney (10), Owen Gammons (8), Jack Ruggles (6), Zander Prince (6), Lee (4) and Nathan Sanders (2). Morley Stanwood leading scorers were Garbow (10) and Jaqorri VerMaas (9), Crue Woolworth (6), Brandon Lintemuth (6), Aaron Moore (5) and Zade Garrett (4). \u201cWe knew going in, Big Rapids 17-2 at the time and Gold Division champions, it was going to be a challenge,\u201d Morley Stanwood coach Jason Kostecki said. \u201cWe just wanted to go out there and compete hard. I thought we did that. They scored in bunches and pulled away and it\u2019s tough for us to come back. My kids played hard. They never gave up and I\u2019m proud of the way we played.\u201d Morley Stanwood plays host White Cloud on Monday in a Division 3 district first-round game. Big Rapids plays at Manistee on Wednesday in a semifinal game against Ludington or Reed City. Meanwhile, coach Blake Tbomas' junior varsity Big Rapids boys team ended the season at 18-0. Miracle minute There was a focus among the fans and players in fighting cancer on Thursday. Big Rapids athletic director Dawn Thompson noted game officials collected monies, in the Miracle Minute, from fans and raised over $10,000 to fight cancer. Jeft\u2019s Farm Bureau Insurance bought the Big Rapids JV and varsity players jersies to commemorate the night. Baldwin 74, Bear Lake 53 BEAR LAKE \u2013 Junior Carmelo Lindsey hit the 1,000-point career scoring mark in Baldwin\u2019s regular season-ending win on Thursday.\u00a0 Baldwin had quarter leads of 17-7, 39-20 and 56-36. \u201cCarmelo got his 1,000th point on his first possession in the third quarter,\u201d Baldwin coach JJ Eads said. \u201cBear Lake was very gracious in letting us celebrate his special moment. We appreciated that. He ended up with 22 points.\u2019\u2019 SJ Hossler had 18 points, followed by Louis Jackson with 17 and Jesse Pancio with eight. Baldwin is 16-4 and plays at Walkerville for a district game on Monday. \u201cIt was a great season considering all the seniors and transfers we lost,\u201d Eads said. Marion 63, Crossroads 23 MARION \u2013 Crossroads ended the regular season with a West Michigan D League loss to Marion on Thursday. The Cougars (0-19) play at Mason County Eastern on Tuesday against the host school in a Division 4 district semifinal game.