Saginaw-area basketball scoreboard for Friday, Feb. 4, 2022

Saginaw-area basketball scoreboard for Friday, Feb. 4:BoysHeritage 63, Midland Dow 47Midland High 54, Arthur Hill 53Mount Pleasant 75, Davison 58Saginaw High 77, Bay City Central 51Frankenmuth 49, Bridgeport 38Birch Run at FreelandSwan Valley 60, Bay City John Glenn 55Alma 54, Essexville Garber 47Bullock Creek 43, Michigan Lutheran Seminary 29Chesaning 50, Ovid-Elsie 42Clare at ShepherdMillington 48, Valley Lutheran 40Ithaca 56, Hemlock 53Standish-Sterling 67, St. Louis 48Vassar 62, Caro 50Reese 73, Bad Axe 53Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart 58, Merrill 29Sanford Meridian 56, Pinconning 28Vestaburg 55, Coleman 40Montabella 50, Breckenridge 40Saginaw Arts & Sciences 35, Midland Calvary Baptist 33MORE: For upcoming games, fans can stream by clicking on the NFHS digital network link. GirlsMidland Dow 75, Heritage 49Midland High 61, Arthur Hill 51Davison 47, Mount Pleasant 36Saginaw High 70, Bay City Central 58Frankenmuth 60, Bridgeport 9Freeland 68, Birch Run 27Swan Valley 52, Bay City John Glenn 39Alma 56, Essexville Garber 37Bullock Creek 45, Michigan Lutheran Seminary 37Chesaning 70, Ovid-Elsie 38Valley Lutheran 40, Millington 37Hemlock 48, Ithaca 32Standish-Sterling 56, St. Louis 36Saginaw Arts & Sciences 52, Midland Calvary 41Caro 56, Vassar 20If you would like your local high school sports news delivered free to your inbox daily, click here and sign up for one of our local high school sports newslettersMOREReese puts Bad Axe on ice after Snow Day breakSee latest Michigan high school girls basketball Top 25 rankingsNouvel’s double-double machine nets Saginaw Player of Week honor

Two white supremacists charged with felonies for allegedly terrorizing Michigan family

click to enlarge Shutterstock.comTwo self-proclaimed white supremacists accused of terrorizing a family in Dexter were charged with three felony counts on Thursday.Justin Watkins, 25, of Bad Axe, and Alfred Gorman, 35, of Taylor, face up to 20 years in prison on charges of gang membership, unlawful posting of a message, and using computers to commit a crime.Michigan State Police and the FBI arrested the suspects Thursday morning. They're expected to be arraigned later in the day in Washtenaw County 14A-3 District Court.Watkins is the alleged leader of The Base, a militant neo-Nazi movement that was founded in 2018 with chapters across the country. The pro-Hitler group advocates a race war against non-white people with the goal of using violence “to overthrow the existing social and political order,” according to the Anti-Defamation League Watkins reportedly operated a “hate camp” for the group, “where he led tactical and firearms training for participants with the goal of being prepared for the violent overthrow of the government,” according to Michigan Attorney General Dana Nessel, who leveled the charges against the men. “We cannot allow dangerous activities to reach their goal of inflicting violence and harm on the public. I am proud to work alongside law enforcement agencies at the local, state and federal levels to safeguard the public’s safety from these serious threats.”