With some members of the show getting their holiday break started a little early, Matt & Kevin were joined by new guests for this week’s episode. Plenty of holiday cheer was in the air.
Despite no player scoring in double figures, the John Glenn Bobcats slugged their way to a 39-34 victory against crosstown-rivals the Bay City Central Wolves on Tuesday night. Dequez Weathers (BCC) led all scorers with 11 points.
After the Northwood women’s basketball team dropped a heartbreaker in overtime to Lake Erie, the men earned a split for the Timberwolves program on Saturday. The team’s are now on a break for the holidays.
The guys discuss the remaining schedule for the Lions and how things might shake out in the NFC playoff picture. We also have great chats with Stu Schweiget and Keno Davis.
From the ESPN 100.9-FM studios atop Dow Diamond, two of our own Chris Vosters and Matt DeVries filled in and hosted The Huge Show. Saginaw native Stu Schweigert stopped by, along CMU head coach Keno Davis.
Challenged early by their hosts the Midland Chemics, the ultra-talented Heritage Hawks pulled away led by Shine Strickland-Gills’ 21 points. The Heritage girls are expected to compete for an SVL Championship.
The last installment before we break for the holidays, Chris and Jake talk with Jeff Rekeweg, Jeff Curtis, Matt Crowl and Maddy Seeley all join the program this week to give the latest on Timberwolves basketball.
Led by four players in double figures, the Arthur Hill Lumberjacks cruised to a season-opening 74-49 win against the host Dow Chargers in our first SVL Boys Basketball broadcast of the 2016-17 season.
The Lions are on the cusp of making the playoffs. The Winter Meetings were quiet for the Tigers. And apparently you don’t take pictures when you’re out with the guys.
The Northwood women continued their solid start the GLIAC season with a 60-49 win led by 17 points from Jordyn Nurenberg. Four players scored in double figures for the men despite falling 91-73.