Girls hoops roundup: Fremont holds on to advantage, survives to outlast Grant

The Fremont girls basketball squad survived, defeating Grant 34-32 on Tuesday night.

The Packers led 21-15 at halftime, then was blanked during the third quarter by a 6-0 margin.

Fremont closed the game on a 13-11 fourth quarter run that ended with five straight points by the Tigers.

Grant missed the game-tying shot as time expired.

Anna Patenge had a big night for the Packers recording 12 points, 12 rebounds, five blocks, three steals and two assists.

WESTERN MICHIGAN CHRISTIAN 60, GR PREP 25 – The Warriors were led by Anna Sytsema with 20 points and 13 rebounds while Aubrey Goorman added 11 points and six rebounds. WMC jumped out to a 12-4 lead after the first quarter, led 26-9 at halftime and had a 51-19 advantage heading into the final stanza. Meghan Heiss and Addison Liggett chipped in with five assists each for the Warriors.

HOLTON 56, BALDWIN 32- Haylee Brant’s 19-point performance propelled the Red Devils to a victory Tuesday night. Holton cruised through the opening quarter with a 21-8 lead and added to that advantage to 33-19 at halftime. The Panthers chipped into the lead in the third as Holton led 39-29 heading into the fourth, but the Red Devils were able to outscore Baldwin 17-3 in the quarter to pull away for the win. The Red Devils (4-14) got strong contributions from Karlee Bates and Kaylie Piper who dropped in 13 and 10 points, respectively.

FRUITPORT CALVARY CHRISTIAN 51, ORCHARD VIEW 15- Kelsey Richards was electric Tuesday night, scoring 39 points to lead the Eagles to a victory. Fruitport Calvary Christian led 40-6 at halftime and 48-8 at the end of the third frame. Brionna Johnson was huge on the boards for the Eagles (17-3) as she corralled 22 rebounds and added six steals. Jada Cunningham led the Cardinals in scoring with eight points.


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