“It was nice to a start this tradition off with a win and we needed one,” Holton coach Robert Jordan said. “Coming off three straight losses, it’s always good to get back in the win column. I challenged my team defensively at the beginning of the game and I’m happy with the result.”
Ryann Robins led Holton with 20 points, 12 rebounds and three steals. Abbie Fowler added 11 points, eight steals and five assists. Layla Cannady had 12 points.
Holton travels to Muskegon Catholic on Thursday.