BALDWIN \u00a0\u2014 \u00a0Baldwin\u2019s boys basketball team did not play a scheduled home game Wednesday night against Brethren because of the weather. Prior to the loss Friday at Onekama, Baldwin played at Mason County Eastern on Feb. 3, and won 67-30. Blake Dockery had a big night with 22 points for Baldwin, while Da\u2019Ron Copeland had 21 points and seven assists and Deondra McDonald added 18 points and 10 rebounds. \u201cWe started out sluggish,\u201d Baldwin coach Kevin Dillard said. \u201cWe didn\u2019t have practice the day before with no school on the day of the game. I think it played a big part in our preparation for the game. It was 29-20 (MCE) at the half. This showed me we weren\u2019t playing our type of basketball.\u201d At halftime, the Panthers regrouped. \u201cWe did play a lot better in the second half,\u201d Dillard said. \u201cEven though we won by a big margin, the team nor I were happy with our overall performance. We are preparing for the tournament run (starting in early March) and want to be running on all cylinders when March comes.\u201d Baldwin has a busy schedule next week. The Panthers are at Traverse City Christian on Monday, and at home Feb. 17 against Bear Lake and Feb. 19 against Crossroads Charter Academy.