“We talked Tuesday after Newaygo, and she just didn’t feel right,” Hyde said. “We’re just holding on right now, waiting to hear results of the MRI.
“We obviously could have used her tonight.”
The Lakers got off to a sluggish start to the game, but hung around due to a fantastic defensive performance.
Spring Lake battled back from a 18-13 deficit to tie the game at 21-all, only to see Grant break off a 13-0 run to take control of the game.
Hyde credited Molly Miedema with playing a fantastic game, including a varsity career-high seven points. She added four steals and was outstanding on defense.
FRUITPORT SURVIVES IN OT
Fruitport outscored host Tri-County 11-6 in an overtime session, helping the Trojans pull out a 58-53 win Friday evening.
The teams combined for a whopping 76 free throw attempts. The Trojans connected on 26-of-43 and had eight more makes than the Vikings.
Senior center Rachael Folkmier hit 12-of-16 from the line and totaled a team-high 18 points. Amber Carmean added 16 points for the Trojans, who improve to 9-4overall and 6-3 in the Lakes Eight.
WMC TOPS COVENANT
Western Michigan Christian’s varsity girls basketball team moved their season record to 11-1 and remained undefeated in the River Valley Conference with a 45-37 win over host Covenant Christian Friday night.
The Warriors struggled a bit early on, but managed a 10-8 first quarter lead, led 20-18 at intermission and 31-30 going into the final quarter.
Rachel Bruinsma led the way with 11 points and eight rebounds while Miya Oakes tossed in nine points, dished out five assists, grabbed seven rebounds and picked off three steals. Rachel Karsten scored six points for WMC and had three steals and three assists.
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