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8th Grade Basketball Travels To Carrollton

Last night the 8th grade boys basketball team traveled to Carrollton to take on the Cavaliers. Carrollton won 65-52 to give the boys their first loss of the season. Coach Townsend and Coach Bakos were extremely proud of the effort against a tough Carrollton team. The referee’s told the coaches after the game it was

7th Grade Boys Win

The 7th grade boys basketball team traveled to Hemlock yesterday and won the game with a score of 52-21.  Jacob Kowalski was the leading scorer with 15 points.  Nate Niederquell had 10 points and Hayden Doran added 6 points.  The boys are back in action this Monday at Carrollton.

JV Girls Host Bullock Creek

The Freeland girls set a goal to play a solid first quarter. Starters Hope Kloha, Hannah Niederquell, Johannah Pagel, Anna Helmreich and Kaitlyn Dilleree delivered as the Freeland girls took a 19 to 3 first quarter lead. The Freeland bench also came up big in the first quarter with Grace Pumford, Molly Hemgesberg and Chloe

8th Grade Boys Defeat Hemlock

Last night the 8th grade boys basketball team hosted the Huskies from Hemlock for their final home game of the season. The White Team won 48-39. Jacob Wurtzel had 16 points and 12 steals. Jackson Vlassis had 9 points Braeden Traver had 5 points and 7 rebounds and Andrew Kowalski had 5 points and 7

7th Grade Travels To Standish

he  7th grade boys basketball lost last night to Standish Sterling with a score of 47-39.  Tommie Melzo led all scorers with 13 points.  Jacob Kowalski had 8 points and Peyton Essex added 7.  The boys are at Hemlock tomorrow.

8th Grade Basketball Wins

Last night the 8th grade boys basketball team traveled to Standish to take on tough Panther team. The Falcons improved their record to 8-0 with a 64-55 win. Bryson Huckeby had 18 points and 11 rebounds and Josh Elliott had 14 points. Both teams are home tomorrow vs. Hemlock. Game time is 4:30. Please come join us for

JV Girls Defeat Shepherd

The Freeland girls got off to a solid start in the first quarter. Karsyn Kasper got the team going hitting an early 3-point shot.Hope Kloha, Kirsten Spegel and Hannah Niederquell also put up first quarter points with Freeland taking a 10 to 7 first quarter lead. Hannah Niederquell stepped up in the second quarter pouring