Northwest Girls Freshman Basketball

  • Overall Record: 1 - 1
  • Conference Record: N/A

Coached by Chris DeBacker

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Freshman Girls’ Basketball vs. Hastings Game Highlights

The Freshman Girls’ Basketball Team picked up their third straight win Thursday night (1/16) by defeating Hastings, 31-21.  The win improves the Mounties conference record to 4-1.  Another strong start helped Northwest get out to an early 12-2 first quarter lead and that margin would hold for the rest of the game.  Every Mountie contributed in some significant ways

Freshman Girls’ Basketball Defeats Coldwater

The Northwest Freshman Girls’ Basketball Team traveled to Coldwater last night (Tues. 1/14) and earned their second straight conference road win by defeating the Cardinals 27-18.  The Mounties were sluggish early on and failed to convert on a number of scoring opportunities in the first half.  But a fourth quarter scoring flurry allowed the Mounties to build a

Freshman Girls’ Basketball Defeats Lumen Christi

The Freshman Girls’ Basketball Team picked up their first road win of the season last night (Thurs. 1/9) beating Lumen Christi, 40-23.  The Mounties started the game on a 12-0 scoring run and allowed only one Titan field goal in the first quarter.  Leading 28-9 at halftime, Northwest started the second half with great defensive effort.  The

Freshman Girls’ Basketball – Tough Loss vs. Eaton Rapids

The Freshman Girls’ Basketball Team opened the new year with a tough loss at home to Eaton Rapids.  In trying to avenge an early season 18 point loss to the Greyhounds, the Mounties started strong on offense in the first quarter and built an early 7 point lead before going into the locker room at halftime with

Freshman Girls’ Basketball Defeats Harper Creek

The Freshman Girls’ Basketball Team hosted Harper Creek last night (Thurs. 12/19) and came away with a 22-14 victory.  Amelia Wolfe led the Mounties in scoring with 10 points while doing a nice job of containing the Beaver guards in the second half.  Harper Creek had only one field goal in the last 16 minutes of the