Viking Defense Smothers Packers, Indians Edge Lions
By N3 Sports Team
Whitehall 41 Fremont 28
The Packers offense never got rolling as they fell to the Vikings in this non-conference tilt.
“Whitehall controlled the game from the opening tip to the final buzzer,” said Fremont Head Coach John Krim. “Their defense was active, played with a lot of energy which made it difficult for us to score.”
Bre Harris led the Packers with 11 points while grabbing 5 steals and 5 boards. Natalie Jamieson hit for 7 points and...
...Anna Patenge and Sophomore Taylor Crowley each had 4. Fremont (5-2, 9-4) returns to conference play Friday when they travel to Reed City (3-4, 6-7).
White Cloud 33 Newaygo 31
In this cross conference game featuring long-time rivals the two teams exchanged leads throughout the game but in the end it was the Indians who prevailed.
"We had opportunities to win the game but just didn't make the plays,” said Newaygo Coach Nate Thomasma. “Give credit to White Cloud. They hit the key buckets at the end to win it."
Kylee Chesley dropped in a team high dozen points to go with her 6 rebounds. Jenna Janke also grabbed a half dozen boards and sank 7 points while grabbing 4 steals and Molly Frisbie put together a solid game at point guard.
Newaygo (1-7, 2-11) will look to snap an 8 game skid when they resume conference play Friday at Chippewa Hills (1-7, 5-7).