By N3 Sports Team
Tri County 53 Grant 29
The Vikings took control early and never let up as they rsn their home record to 4-1 with a victory over the Tigers.
"That was likely our most complete effort of the year,” said Viking Coach Chris Overbeek. “Offensively, our spacing and timing was the best it's been. We did a great job of not turning the ball over. Jessica Thompson was a force inside on both offense and defense. We received a lot of contributions from a lot of girls."
Grace Miller knocked down 15 points, Thompson hit for 11 and Dayoni Mahlich added 8. Emma Overbeek cleaned up the glass pulling down 10 boards. Tricia Slavens dished out a team high 4 assists.
White Cloud 53 Holton 27
The Indians made it three in a row with a win over the Red Devils and moved into a tie with Morley Stanwood for second in the Silver.White Cloud was led by Hannah Brown with 20 points, 4 assists, and 3 steals. Olivia Bowman chipped in 9 points and 5 rebounds. Alexis Strait stuffed the stat sheets with 9 points, 6 rebounds, 6 assists, and 6 steals. Hallie Schulz controlled the boards securing a team 10 rebounds. The Indians improve their record to 6-4. White Cloud will be back in action tomorrow when they host Walkerville.
Grant 82 Tri County 53
The Tigers clawed their way back into the Gold race with their win over the Vikings and look to take the next step when they face Fremont on Tuesday.
“It was nice to get all of my players who played in the scoring column,” said Tiger Coach Matt McCorkle.
Holton 51 White Cloud 41
The Red Devils evened their conference record at 2-2 while the Cloud fell to 0-8.
Buck Seabrook led the Indians with 14 points,Steven Holt hit for 9 and Jared Elder finished with 8.