All Non-Con games on the Tuesday schedule
By Ken DeLaat N3 Sports
White Cloud (6-5) at Chippewa Hills (2-9)
All 5 of the Cloud’s losses were against teams with a winning record including three that have a combined 31-3 on the year. The Warriors are amidst an 8 game losing streak and the closest they’ve been during that run was a 23 point loss to Evart.
It’s a long road to Remus but I’d be surprised if it wasn’t a pretty happy bus trip home.
Newaygo (6-4) at Orchard View (0-11)
The worst offensive output by the Lions this season was when they scored 37 points in a win over White Cloud the week before Christmas.
The Cardinals have yet to approach 30 and average just over 20.
The Lions should take care of this one early enough to give starters a lengthy rest.
Union (6-5) at Fremont (8-3)
No idea on this one. The D1 Red Hawks play in the OK Black Division a tough conference and have held their own.
The Packers take the floor with reckless abandon and seem to project a ‘can’t lose’ attitude.
Tough call but this one should give Packer fans the chance to see just how good their Packers can be.
Holton (2-8) at Walkerville (11-1)
The Devs are in a rebuilding year for their program while the Wildcats have been winning close games and not so close games as they have their sights on a West Michigan D League title.
It likely won’t be close but the RD girls will get a peek at where they want to be.
Muskegon Catholic Central (1-11) at Hesperia (4-6)
The Panthers have a chance to pick up their 4th win in 5 games as they face a struggling Crusader squad but they can’t afford to go to sleep here. My hunch is they will be ready.
Chippewa Hills (1-7) at White Cloud (4-5)
The Cloud can move to .500 with a win and this one is winnable. They’ve found some offense the past couple of games and they will need to keep it going. The Warriors won’t score a lot but WC can’t afford to hit a cold streak here.
Fremont (10-0) at Whitehall (3-6)
The 5th in a row for the Pack against teams with a losing record. The Vikes beat a good North Muskegon team and nearly took down a title contending Oakridge squad so they aren’t pushovers but unless the offense sputters Fremont should take home #11
Hesperia (0-10) at Muskegon Catholic Central (3-6)
The Panthers have issues with numbers and injuries but they will show up and they will give it all they can. The likelihood of them being able to keep up with the Crusaders on the scoreboard doesn’t look good but they have a coach who believes in them and as I said they will play to the buzzer regardless of the score.