It was RonQuavious Southward’s night as he led the way with 28 points for Saginaw as they downed Midland 62-47. John White (18) and Garrett Willis (15) did their best to keep the young Chemics in the game.
Despite 25 points coming from Vincent Johnson, it wasn’t enough for Arthur Hill as they fell 79-66 to Saginaw High. RonQuavious Southward (20), Henry Speight (17) and Chaz Woods (15) paced the Trojans.
Despite a slow start, Arthur Hill used a 17-0 run in the 3rd quarter to emerge with a 61-54 victory on the road against the Midland Chemics. Leading all scorers was Garrett Willis with 22 points.
In a game that saw Heritage play without two starters and another player off the bench, Luke Telder scored 18 points in the first three quarters to challenge Saginaw. But the Trojans prevailed in the end 70-57.
Behind 21 points from Cincinnati baseball commit Obie Ricumstrict and 18 points from Northwood baseball commit Noah Ingram, the Oilers got a signature 68-60 win over highly-touted Saginaw High.
The Dow Chargers battled back from a seven-point deficit late to force OT. But behind a gritty performance from Moira Joiner, the Heritage Hawks won 50-47 on the road to remain undefeated in the 2016-17 campaign.
With some highlight-reel jams intertwined, the first “Hill vs High” game of the season saw the Saginaw High Trojans earn a 59-49 victory over Arthur Hill. Big man Henry Speight led all scorers with 23 points.
Back after the holiday break, Northwood Basketball heats up as Chris and Jake talk with Jeff Curtis, Lindsay Orwat, Jeff Rekeweg and Charlie Ryan. This week, the Timberwolves prepare for games against GVSU and Ferris State.
Powered by 21 points from point guard Trevor Davis, the Dow Chargers held serve on their home court as they beat Lapeer 71-55. The Lightning did get 17 points from standout guard Drew Knickerbocker.
In a game that saw Arthur Hill race out to a big lead, a furious 3rd-quarter comeback from Midland was not enough as the Lumberjacks held serve 48-34 at home. Jokwani Moore led AH with 12 points.