Tigers lose, Vikings win, Lions sit
Fremont 51 Reed City 27
The Packer defense just simply shut down the Coyotes holding them scoreless in the first and arriving at intermission with a commanding 25-6 lead.
Coach John Krim:”We were a very balanced team tonight as we had one of those rare nights when all team members scored and the team finished with a season high 15 assists.”
While the defense would never rest, the offense was led by a 15 point performance by Paige Vandenberg including the 7 she dropped on the Yotes in the first quarter Torey Reichert-Slater canned a season high 7 points while Calla Miller hit for an even half dozen. Natalie Jamieson took charge on the glass with 8 boards and also nabbed 5 steals and Haley Zerlaut dished out 4 assists on the night.
With their 4th straight win the Packers solidify their hold on 2nd place in the Gold with a 6-1 mark while posting an 8-3 overall record.
Kent City 76 White Cloud 31
There is no doubt who rules the Silver.
The Eagles took their hosts out of the game early and flew to a dominating win, their 10th in a row against no losses.
KC spark plug Kenzie Bowers drained a team high 22 points.
Hesperia 54 Holton 49
The Panthers improved to 7-5 for the season and 2-4 in the Silver as they handed the Red Devils their 11th straight loss.
Emily Bayle pacd the Panther attack with 22 points, Makenna Swisher knocked down 17 and Alyssa Miller hit for 11.
Central Montcalm 79 Grant 45
The Hornets continue to be undefeated and atop the Gold as they ran away from Grant. Earlier in the season the Tigers came within 5 points of CM at home but the Bees, playing in the friendly confines of their home nest made certain of the outcome would not be close unleashing a scoring barrage that overwhelmed their visitors.
The Tigers saw their 3 game winning streak snapped and now sit in third place in the Gold with a 5-3 mark. Grant is an even 6-6 for the season and will welcome in Reed City next Friday.
Tri County 50 Big Rapids 41
The Vikes took a 27-18 lead at the half and held off the Cardinals to move to 3-3 in the Gold and 5-4 overall.
Holly McKenna had 16 points for the Cards.
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