Fremont’s Chloe Shriver scored five straight points in overtime, helping the Packers sneak past Newaygo 56-53 on Tuesday in a CSAA Gold Division contest.
Newaygo controlled the play in the first and third quarters, but Fremont outscored the Lions 32-18 in the second and fourth quarters.
Fremont had a balanced outing, getting strong performances from Paige Vandenberg with 19 points, Natalie Jamieson with 10, and Calla Miller with nine, including a clutch 3-pointer to tie the game late in the fourth quarter.
Jaylee Long scored 23 points for Newaygo.
Fremont is now 5-3 on the season and 3-1 in conference play.
WHITE CLOUD 73, HOLTON 50 – The Red Devils only trailed 19-15 after one quarter, but fell further behind as the game progressed.
Haylee Brant led Holton with 18 points while Kaylie Piper added 15 points and six rebounds.
Alexis Strait and Hannah Brown scored 27 and 23 points, respectively, for White Cloud.
MONTAGUE 52, SHELBY 37 – Montague used a 25-5 second quarter advantage to pull away from Shelby.
Emma Olson led the Wildcats with 13 points and four steals while Kendall Zoulek paced Shelby with 23 points.
MASON COUNTY CENTRAL 46, RAVENNA 37 – Mason County Central sprinted to a 16-4 first quarter advantage, which was large enough to keep the Spartans ahead throughout the game.
Rachel Allen led Mason County Central with 14 points, four steals and two assists. Maddy Bladzik also provided strong numbers with 12 points, five assists and two steals.
HART 40, NORTH MUSKEGON 33 – North Muskegon were able to overcome a 16-9 deficit at halftime and took a 20-19 lead. But the Pirates’ Nicole Rockwell answered with two 3’s to lead Hart to a 31-24 advantage after three quarters, and that lead held up.
Rockwell and Tressa Swihart led the way for the Pirates with 12 points apiece.
MUSKEGON 60, GR UNION 14 – Muskegon held Grand Rapids Union scoreless in both the second and fourth quarters en route to an easy conference victory.
Alyza Winston led all scorers with 27 points while also dishing out six assists. Nia Miskel added nine points and five rebounds for the Big Reds.
ALLENDALE 37, SPRING LAKE 31 – The Lakers jumped out to a 9-0 lead but could only score two points in the second quarter and trailed 23-15 at halftime.
Spring Lake tied the game late in the fourth quarter but was doomed by missed free throws down the stretch.
The Lakers were led by Madeline Zenas with 14 points and 17 rebounds. Abbi Perkins and Pheobe Saunders both added six points. Spring Lake visits Coopersville on Friday.
ORCHARD VIEW 34, TRI-UNITY CHRISTIAN 27 – The Cardinals outscored Tri-Unit 30-21 over the last three quarters to pick up their first win of the season.
Allison Tenhove paced the Cardinals (1-4) with 25 points, 10 rebounds and three blocks.