Freshman Avery Hudson finished tied with a team-best 16 points as he spearheaded a fourth-quarter comeback attempt that fell just short for Wayland.Lacey James dishes off the ball during Wayland's Class B quarterfinal loss to Milan. James finished with 16 points to tie Avery Hudson for team-high honors.

Wildcats' run ends in Chelsea

Final score: Wayland 53, Milan 62
Jason Wesseldyk, Sports Editor

CHELSEA — When the Wildcats were facing a double-digit deficit heading to the fourth quarter of their Class B state quarterfinal against Milan, Wayland boys’ basketball coach Mike Hudson gave son Avery the green light to shoot.

“I know what his range is and I know he can bury those shots,” Mike Hudson said. “So I told him to make sure we got a post touch on the ball, but if it came back out to him he could take his shots.”
And that’s exactly what the younger Hudson did, knocking down four 3-pointers—most of them from NBA range—to lead Wayland all the way back to knot the score at 52-52.

For the full story, look in the March 20 issue of The Allegan County News.

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