The Northwood women fell to visitors Grand Valley St. 73-52, while the men lost their fourth game in a row 94-83 at the hands of the Lakers.
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.
Another week of Northwood Basketball Weekly as Chris and Jake are joined by women’s head coach Jeff Curtis, men’s head coach Jeff Rekeweg, men’s assistant coach Lonnie Griffin and Emily Kutch.
NMU missed a shot as time expired and the Northwood women held on for a 55-53 win inside Riepma Arena. The Wildcats were too much for the Timberwolves dispatching the Northwood men 79-62.
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.
Matt and Trent are joined by Chris Vosters this week as they talk about Super Bowl 51, another big game in the B1G on the horizon and a unique Man Law.
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.
Four players (Jordyn Nurenberg, Lindsay Orwat, Maddy Seeley, Hannah Orwat) scored in double figures with Nurenberg producing 18 points, 12 rebounds for his 30th career double-double.
The Northwood men made big plays down the stretch to earn dramatic 64-63 win over rival Saginaw Valley State powered by 15 points from Zach Allread. Earlier, the women fell 72-54.
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.