Check out Metro Detroit boys and girls basketball scores from Friday, Feb. 19

Most scores are reported through the Associated Press and the MHSAA. To add your missing score, email with the results. Stats from the game are accepted too. The list might be updated periodically. BOYS PREP BASKETBALLCOVERAGEHamtramck 62, River Rouge 56SCORESAllen Park Cabrini 61, Waterford Our Lady of the Lakes 52Auburn Hills Avondale 59, Royal Oak 54Belleville 48, Livonia Stevenson 45Bloomfield Hills 63, Birmingham Groves 58Brownstown Woodhaven 51, Trenton 43Carleton Airport 59, Riverview 41Clarkston 70, Farmington 40Dearborn 44, Dearborn Fordson 32Dearborn Heights Annapolis 42, Garden City 36Dearborn Heights Crestwood 52, Redford Union 46Detroit Douglass 68, Sterling Heights Parkway Christian 58Detroit Henry Ford 72, Detroit Pershing 59Ecorse 54, Taylor Trillium Academy 30Gibraltar Carlson 36, Lincoln Park 29Grosse Ile 59, Monroe St Mary Catholic Central 43Harper Woods Chandler Park 89, Detroit Leadership Academy 16Lake Orion 38, Birmingham Seaholm 29Lutheran Westland 40, Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest 31Melvindale 54, Redford Thurston 51Mount Clemens 47, Southfield Bradford Academy 44New Boston Huron 63, Milan 54North Farmington 50, West Bloomfield 39Northville 46, Novi 41Plymouth Christian Academy 69, Allen Park Inter-City Baptist 46Pontiac 61, Ferndale University 46Romulus 59, Dearborn Heights Robichaud 41Romulus Summit Academy North 73, Detroit Community 22Salem 64, Canton 50South Lyon East 39, White Lake Lakeland 37Southfield Arts & Technology 51, Rochester Adams 46Troy Athens 57, Berkley 48Walled Lake Central 53, Waterford Kettering 47Walled Lake Northern 57, Milford 36Warren Michigan Collegiate 59, Detroit Jalen Rose Leadership Academy 57Wayne Memorial 82, Westland John Glenn 48Ypsilanti Lincoln 65, Detroit East English 51GIRLS PREP BASKETBALLSCORESBelleville 59, Livonia Stevenson 32Canton 44, Salem 17Clarkston 80, Flint Powers Catholic 37Clinton Township Chippewa Valley 45, St Clair Shores Lakeview 44Dearborn 52, Dearborn Fordson 37Dearborn Heights Annapolis 43, Garden City 34Eastpointe 47, New Haven 44Gibraltar Carlson 63, Lincoln Park 16Grosse Pointe South 57, Macomb Dakota 35Harper Woods 70, Taylor Prep 24Hartland 53, Plymouth 28Hazel Park 45, Clinton Township Clintondale 12Livonia Franklin 46, Livonia Churchill 19Macomb L’Anse Creuse North 50, Utica 33Madison Heights Lamphere 62, St Clair Shores South Lake 34Marine City 55, Warren Fitzgerald 23New Baltimore Anchor Bay 65, Sterling Heights Stevenson 41Northville 36, Novi 24Redford Thurston 55, Melvindale 20Rochester Hills Lutheran Northwest 61, Grosse Pointe Woods University Liggett 11Romulus 64, Dearborn Heights Robichaud 38Romulus Summit Academy North 59, Warren Michigan Collegiate 27South Lyon 36, Walled Lake Western 34Trenton 50, Brownstown Woodhaven 25Utica Eisenhower 49, Port Huron Northern 46Utica Ford 56, Romeo 31Walled Lake Central 51, Waterford Kettering 24Warren Cousino 48, St Clair Shores Lake Shore 29Wayne Memorial 82, Westland John Glenn 48West Bloomfield 64, Troy 47Wixom St Catherine 55, Allen Park Cabrini 24Wyandotte Roosevelt 39, Dearborn Edsel Ford 26

Prediction for Division 3 state semifinal clash between Chelsea and River Rouge

Defending Division 3 state champion River Rouge (8-1) will travel to Jerry Niehaus Field to face Chelsea (10-0) in a rematch of the state semifinals classic game from the 2019 season. RELATED: Revenge isn’t motivator for Chelsea ahead of state semifinal showdown with River RougeSATURDAY, JAN. 16dRiver Rouge's Mareyohn Hrabowski (5) runs the ball During River Rouge's state semifinal game against Chelsea at Dearborn High School on Saturday, Nov. 23, 2019.Jacob Hamilton | MLive.comThis is one of the toughest games to predict given the caliber of teams competing against each other. River Rouge has one of the most talented quarterbacks in the state in Mareyohn Hrabowski, who will be the toughest challenge for Chelsea this weekend. That doesn’t mean Chelsea can’t at least make things difficult for Hrabowski, but it will be a tall task, nonetheless. Prediction: Chelsea 28, River Rouge 27--MORE:MLive reporters predict, readers vote for Michigan high school football semifinal winnersBreaking down Division 3 state semifinal rematch between Chelsea and River RougeUpdated high school football playoff brackets for semifinals and finals Jan. 16Chelsea gets second crack at River Rouge after rolling Flint Kearsley in D3 regional finalVote for high school football Player of the Week from the nine regions MLive coversMLive reporters predict, readers vote for Michigan high school football semifinal winnersCoronavirus tests for Michigan high school athletes has resulted in 99.6 percent negative results, state officials say

Detroit Cass Tech leads the way on Michigan coaches association’s 2020 Dream Team

The Michigan High School Football Coaches Association announced its 2020 Dream Team on Wednesday. Detroit Cass Tech led the way with three honorees, while Belleville, Clarkston, River Rouge and Romeo had two recipients apiece. Here are the 36 players statewide selected to the MHSFCA Dream Team offense and defense:OFFENSELinemenWeston Jones, RomeoGiovanni El-Hadi, Sterling Heights StevensonRocco Spindler, ClarkstonGarrett Dellinger, ClarkstonRaheem Anderson, Detroit Cass TechRu’Quan Buckley, Wyoming Godwin HeightsCaleb Tiernan, Detroit Country DayKyle Fugedi, Livonia FranklinQuarterbacksBrendan Sullivan, DavisonBrady Rose, Mona ShoresRunning backsDonovan Edwards, West BloomfieldAnthony Tyus III, Portage NorthernDe’javion Stepney, Macomb DakotaWide receiversAntonio Gates Jr., Dearborn FordsonDeion Burks, BellevilleAndrel Anthony Jr., East LansingJace Williams, Grand Rapids Catholic CentralTay’shawn Trent, EastpointeAthleteJoe Taylor, ChelseaDEFENSELinemenDerrick Harmon, Detroit LoyolaMichael Heldman, RomeoDamon Payne, BellevilleJosh Schell, Mount PleasantPius Odjugo, River RougeMalachi Davis, HoltLinebackersKobe King, Detroit Cass TechJaylen Reed, Detroit Martin Luther KingAustin Roon, Byron CenterJosh Burnham, Traverse City CentralAnthony Cardamone, Utica EisenhowerDefensive backsWill Johnson, Grosse Pointe SouthChristian Boivin, Traverse City WestQuillen Howze, Clinton Township Chippewa ValleyKalen King, Detroit Cass TechArmorion Smith, River RougeSpecialistEddie Jewett, Eaton Rapids***More MHSFCA honors:All-state by divisionAcademic all-stateAll-regionAssistant coaches of the yearRelated:Mona Shores’ Brady Rose rises to earn 2020 Michigan Football Player of Year award