Newaygo (2-4, 3-7) at Reed City (2-4, 2-7)
Both teams have a pair of conference wins.
Both teams have been inconsistent on offense.
Both teams are coming off disappointing losses after big wins.
This isn’t the Coyote teams of years past but Reed City is a tough place to play.
The Lions will want to jump out early and not play catchup.
Fremont (6-0, 9-0) at Chippewa Hills (1-5, 1-6)
Tri County’s only conference win was a 20 point pasting they put on the Warriors.
The Packers hung 102 on Tri County Tuesday.
Grant (4-2, 4-6)at Big Rapids (3-3, 4-4)
The Cardinal team that looked like contenders early on lost 4 out of 5 before beating up on the Warriors Tuesday including a hard to explain loss to the Yotes on the BR home court,
The Tigers are on a roll winning 3 of their last 4 and the loss to the conference front running Packers could have easily gone Grant’s way as well.
It won’t be a cakewalk and the Tigers will have to bring their ‘A’ game but this one could keep them in the hunt should the Packers stumble before their rematch in Grant a month from now.
Kent City (4-0, 5-3) at Holton (3-1, 6-3)
Whaddya got Red Devils?
Holton is having a good year and brings a 4 game win streak to this Silver matchup.
The Eagles took control of the conference by delivering MS their first loss of the season.
The Devs haven’t beaten anyone with a winning record but they have been in every game and had the ‘Hawks on the ropes for awhile before falling short earlier this year.
Possibly a season defining game for Holton and they can’t afford to fall behind early because KC knows how to finish.
Morley Stanwood (3-1, 7-1) at Hesperia (0-4, 0-10)
The ‘Hawks are stinging from the loss to the Eagles earlier in the week and they will likely empty the bench early against a rebuilding Panther squad.
Lakeview (1-3, 3-6) at White Cloud (1-3, 3-5)
Both teams have a conference win and both came against Hesperia.
Neither team scores a lot.
A winnable game for the Cloud who are coming off that double overtime non con victory on Monday but the Wildcats have won 3 of their last 4, and though none of those 3 came against teams with a winning record... WC doesn’t have a winning record.
Newaygo (3-3, 6-4) at Reed City (2-4, 2-7)
The Lions have begun to show some consistency on the court of late.
They are 0-4 against teams with a winning record and 6-0 over teams at or under .500.
As we have said Reed City is a tough place to play and the Coyotes 2 wins have come at home over CH and TC. Newaygo has the firepower to outshoot the Yotes and if they can nail down a few early triples it could be a good night for the Lions.
Fremont (6-0, 7-3) at Chippewa Hills. (0-6, 2-8)
The Warriors are averaging 27 points in their 7 game losing streak and rest at the bottom of the conference standings.
The Packers have won 5 in a row and 7 of 8 and are alone atop the Gold.
They’re fast, possess some defensive wizards, will likely control the glass and can take over a game early.
Grant (3-3, 3-8) at Big Rapids (5-1, 10-1)
The Cardinals haven’t had a team score 40 points on them since their opener and have won 10 of their 11 games including a 6-0 record at home.
The Tigers have dropped 3 in a row and have really struggled on offense the past 2 games.
Lakeview (1-3, 1-10) at White Cloud (2-2, 5-5)
The Cloud has dropped 2 tough games in a row and will look to get back to their winning ways when they host the Wildcats who rarely score over 20 points.
Kent City (4-0, 10-1) at Holton (0-4, 2-7)
The Eagles will be emptying the bench early.
Morley Stanwood (3-1, 8-1) at Hesperia (2-2, 4-6)
The Panthers have made some strides this season but they are facing a Morley team still stinging from the whipping the Eagles put on them earlier this week. Prior to that game the 'Hawks had piled up 8 wins in a row. Likely an uphill climb for the Panthers who are 0-4 at home.