Fremont 49 Shelby 37
The Tigers led most of the first half but the Pack were able to take a slim 26-25 lead into halftime. The pace remained slow in the third quarter and continued the rest of the game.
Leading 37-32 at the end of the third quarter the hosts took the lead into double figures in the 4th to keep the Tigers at bay.
Braiden McDonald led a balanced scoring attack with 18 points adding 7 rebounds. Logan Nelson had a career high 10 points and Joshua Zerfas finished with 8 points, 7 assists and 7 steals. Jordan McDonald snared 8 rebounds to go with his 8 points while Lane Converse also hit for 8 points. Logan Claeys led Shelby with 11 points.
Shelby 45 Fremont 35
The Packers held leads at the end of the first quarter 11-10 and halftime 26-22, but were outscored 12-7 in the 3rd quarter and 11-2 in the final quarter.
Calla Miller led Fremont with 11 points, 9 rebounds, 3 assists, and 3 steals. Jessica Bennett added 9 points. Kendall Zoulek led Shelby with 17 points. The loss dropped the Packers to 0-5, while the Tigers improved to 3-1.
Central Montcalm 57 Fremont 52
Fremont traveled to Central Montcalm Monday night, and despite another strong showing, they were unable to notch the win. The Packers led throughout the first half, and held a 32-26 advantage at the break. The two teams played even in the third quarter to put the score at 34-29 entering the fourth. Central Montcalm took the lead at 45-44 midway through the fourth, as the Packers' shooting went cold. The Packers struggled to keep the Hornets from getting offensive rebounds, which resulted in second chance points and fouls. Fremont was also forced to foul late in the game as Central Montcalm tried to stall out the last two minutes.
Bailey Vissman scored 14 of her game-leading 17 points in the fourth quarter, including 7 for 10 from the free throw line. London Eldridge added 14 for the Hornets, Emily Putman had 10, and Madison Wagner had 8.
The Packers had their best balance on offense of the season. Calla Miller led the attack with 12 points. Haley Zerlaut had 10 points, and Jessica Bennett, Kaitlynn Bennett, and Bri Webber each had 8. Miller also added 10 rebounds and 8 assists.
The loss dropped the Packers to 0-6 overall, 0-5 in the conference. They return to action Tuesday when they host Chippewa Hills.