RonQuavious Southward continued his solid senior campaign for Saginaw High with 20 points as the Trojans handily took down the Oilers 70-35. Freshman Freddie McIntosh added 12 points for SH.
Chris and Matt were back in the hot seat as they filled in for Bill Simonson on Presidents’ Day. They talked about Michigan and Michigan State’s chances to make the NCAA Tourney, plus some Tigers.
It’s the final episode before the fall as Chris and Jake put a bow on the 2016-17 Northwood basketball season. Head coaches Jeff Curtis and Jeff Rekeweg stop by to give their final assessments of their programs.
Make it three wins in a row for the Northwood women as they downed the Cardinals 65-62. But, the men dropped their contest 74-64 to split the four-game season series between both programs in half.
Behind 15 points from Omari Duncan and 14 more from Michael Fletcher, the Cavs made easy work of a depleted Midland Chemics squad 70-42 as the SVL regular season winds down.
It’s Kevin’s last day as a member of the podcast crew as he’s leaving the Loons front office. The guys then get into some blind NCAA Tournament resumes and Pistons trade talk.
Three players scored in double figures for Northwood, led by Jordyn Nurenberg with 16 points, as the Timberwolves made it back-to-back wins with a 66-61 victory. The men dropped their contest 77-68.
Despite Noah Ingram and Obie Ricumstrict combining for 40 points, the Heritage Hawks had three players score in double figures to lead them to a 57-51 win at Mt. Pleasant.
Players Taylor Craymer and Nate Georgeton joined Chris and Jake at Bennigan’s this week to talk Timberwolves hoops. Coaches Jeff Curits and Jeff Rekeweg make their weekly visits, too.
In a game that the Dow Chargers needed to win to keep pace in the SVL North race, two big threes from Molly Davis and clutch free throws cemented the 46-44 win over Heritage.