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.
O’Mari Duncan and Ja’Kavien Lewis combined for 57 points as the Cavs made a statement to the rest of Class A with a convincing 99-60 win against Saginaw to earn an SVL title.
Moira Joiner imposed her will on proceedings as the Heritage sophomore went off for 24 points in a convincing 52-22 win over Carman-Ainsworth to clinch the Saginaw Valley League Championship.
The boys got their MWL Championship rings this week. It’s almost time for a full schedule of MHSAA Tournament Basketball. And what’s the reaction to the Pistons lack of activity at the NBA Trade Deadline?
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.