Trevor Davis may be small in stature, but Northwood men's basketball coach Jeff Rekeweg thinks he can play a big role in making the Timberwolves better. Davis, a former Dow High standout, has transferred from Adrian College to Northwood and will begin practicing with the Timberwolves on Wednesday. Although he will receive a non-medical redshirt and sit out the current season, Davis should bring an invaluable boost of energy to NU's practices, Rekeweg noted.
NU women hold off Cardinals for seventh win in eight gamesChristmas with her family will be a little extra sweet for Northwood's Zakiya Wells this year. After all, she has bragging rights. With Wells playing against her younger sister Ro'zhane for the first time Saturday, the Timberwolves finished strong in a tough, nip-and-tuck battle with archrival Saginaw Valley State for a 69-63 victory in GLIAC women's basketball at Riepma Arena.
Creek girls hold off Standish-Sterling for first winBullock Creek's girls' basketball team probably won't contend for championships this season, but on Friday the Lancers felt a little bit like champions after breaking into the win column. Creek finished the first half strong to take a seven-point lead into the break, then withstood a couple of second-half surges by visiting Standish-Sterling to beat the Panthers 36-32 in Tri-Valley Conference Central action.
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Selecting a term
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