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.
ESPN 100.9-FM’s own Chris Vosters & Matt DeVries filled in as guest hosts of “The Huge Show” across 12 stations in the state of Michigan. Here’s the best of their show.
Jordyn Nurenberg and Lindsay Orwat (tying career high) each scored 19 points while Nurenberg added 10 rebounds for her 5th double-double of the season in the 60-49 victory over the Warriors.
Chris Vosters and Matt DeVries filled in on The Huge Show as they talked Tigers, Michigan vs Michigan State and our favorite sports broadcasters!
We go inside the Northwood men’s and women’s basketball programs with head coaches Jeff Curtis and Jeff Rekeweg, along with players Hannah Orwat and Jure Prus.
The Timberwolves proceeded to make it an 0-4 trip across the Mackinac Bridge with losses by both the women (70-50) and men (100-79) against Northern Michigan.
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.
Along with Chris Vosters filling in on the show, Matt is joined by Loons head groundskeeper Kel Rensel & assistant general manager of facility operations Dan Straley. An episode and Man Law to remember.
Kicking off their first trip to the Upper Peninsula this season, Northwood was not able to get a victory in either matchup as the women fell 72-62 and the men lost 83-72.