Ludington 47 Fremont 26
The Packers ran into a strong defensive team on the road at Ludington. After a competitive first quarter that had the Packers in the lead 12-9, the Orioles’ pressure defense got to the Packers. Fremont turned it over 30 times in the game, and only tallied 8 second half points.
Calla Miller finished with 9 points, with Paige Vandenberg scoring 7 and pulling down 7 boards. The loss drops the Packers to 2-3 overall, and 1-0 in the conference. They play at home on Friday against Big Rapids.
Fremont 71 Montague 48
Coach Zerfas: “After an emotional and hard fought win Monday against Ludington we came out a little flat on the road against Montague. We did win every quarter, but Montague played hard and it was a hard fought win.”
The Packers edged out to a 17-15 lead after one and pushed their advantage to 6 points at the break. The second half saw them shake loose from the Wildcats building a 57-39 lead at the end of 3 and running away in the final frame.
Braiden McDonald fired in 28 points, while Tristan Campbell finished with 15 points and 11 rebounds. Carter Moon hit for 10 points Chris Kennedy dropped in 7 and Joshua Zerfas had 5 steals.
Fremont remains undefeated at 4-0 and will host the high scoring Cardinals of Big Rapids on Friday.
Holton 68 Newaygo 53
Aidan Poling had 22 points, Nathan Slowik had 19 points, Chip Wright had 12 points, and Drew Trygstad had 9 points. Newaygo was led by Wyatt Mortensen with 17 points and Ashton Stephens with 12.
The Lions will welcome in Central Montcalm Friday while the Devs hit the road for a Silver matchup with Morley Stanwood
Hart 61 Hesperia 24