In a game they controlled from start to finish, the Midland Dow Chargers continued their march through Class A with a 59-36 victory over Marquette to advance to a girl’s Regional Final.
Calling it the “greatest win in program history,” Flushing head coach Adam Smith talked with Chris Vosters and Matt DeVries following the upset win over Carman-Ainsworth in the MHSAA District Quarterfinal.
In maybe the upset of the MHSAA Tournament thus far, Tyler Jamison came alive for Flushing in the 4th quarter as the Raiders knocked off Carman-Ainsworth 39-36.
With their district championship since 2010 in the bag, Midland Dow Lady Chargers head coach Kyle Theisen talks about the win over Bay City Western and the upcoming regional.
Behind seniors Ellie Taylor and Kaylee Wasco, who combined for 37 points, the Dow Chargers captured their first girls district championship in seven years with a 68-51 win over Bay City Western.
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Head coach of the Dow Girls Kyle Theisen joins Chris & Matt following the Chargers’ 37-30 win over the Heritage Hawks to push them one step closer to a berth at the Breslin Center.
In one of the most anticipated MHSAA District Semifinals in recent years, the Dow Chargers avenged back-to-back season-ending losses against Heritage with a 37-30 victory over the Hawks.
Jordyn Nurenberg had 32 points, 13 rebounds, went 11-17 from the floor and 10-12 from the foul line. But it wasn’t enough as Grand Valley St. prevailed 68-55.
Sophomore Moira Joiner and junior Jessi Bicknell each poured in 17 points for the Hawks as they dispatched the Mt. Pleasant Oilers 59-11 to open up district play on their home floor.