COLDWATER, MI (WTVB) - In high school sports last night, in a Branch County girls basketball matchup we had on the radio, Coldwater was a winner at home over Quincy 55-to-40. The Lady Cardinals took control in the first half which ended with Coldwater on top 28-to-15. They extended the lead to 46-to-25 before wrapping up the 15-point victory.
Jordan Shiery was our McDonald’s Player of the Game for Coldwater with her team-high 14 points. Also in double figures were Kenzie Galloway and Kate Vella with 11 points apiece. For Quincy, Katie Santi took home the Player of the Game honors with her game-high 17 points. Andrea Ferrin added 11 points for the Lady Orioles.
Quincy saw its record dip to 3-and-15 while Coldwater improved to 6-and-13. The regular season wraps up this week with Quincy’s last game on Thursday at Jonesville while Coldwater closes out at home Friday night against Sturgis.
In last night’s junior varsity contest, Coldwater made it a sweep by beating Quincy 33-to-19 with 8 points and 5 rebounds apiece for Breanna Eddy and Morgan Howard while Camrie Surbrook added 7 points. There was no freshman game.
Elsewhere last night in girl’s varsity hoops, Bronson picked up a 52-to-24 win on the road over Colon. Skyler Sobeski had a team-high 15 points while Kassidy Bystry added 9 points in the victory which improved the Lady Viking’s record to 11-and-8. And Union City was a winner at home over Battle Creek St. Philip 50-to-44 with 24 points and 11 rebounds for Brooke Johnson while Brittney Keller added 13 points as the Lady Chargers boosted their record to 5-and-15. In boys basketball last night, Coldwater’s reserve teams earned a split at Kalamazoo Loy Norrix in a pair of makeup games for the contests that were snowed out on January 31st. The visiting Cardinals beat Loy Norrix in the j-v game 39-to-33 with 10 points for Michael Magocs. Loy Norrix won the freshman game 43-to-10.
Tonight in high school sports, there’s Big 8 boys basketball with Quincy at Concord while Union City hosts Reading.
Today on the Coaches Corner, it’s Quincy girls basketball coach