H.H. Dow Girls Freshman Basketball

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H.H. Dow High School Boys Varsity Basketball beat Mt. Pleasant High School 59-54

Tuesday, December 13, 2016 7:00 PM Mt. Pleasant High School AWAY 54 H.H. Dow High School HOME 59 Game Recap The Chargers avenged their season ending loss to the Oilers with a career performance from senior center Caleb Broodo. While Ingram and Ricumstrict led Mt. Pleasant with 21 points each, the team effort led by

Maizie Taylor’s game-winning layup helps No. 3 Chargers hold off gritty Chemics

Fred Kelly fred.kelly@mdn.net MOUNT PLEASANT — Dow High freshman Maizie Taylor played like a senior in the fourth quarter Wednesday. And, boy, did the Chargers need her to. Taylor scored six huge points late, including a game-winning layup in the closing seconds, as the third-ranked Chargers held off upset-minded Midland High by the slimmest of

Dow escapes Powers Catholic 59-52 and Ellie Taylor named SVL MVP

Dow escapes Powers Catholic 59-52; Ellie Taylor named SVL MVP Ellie Taylor fights through defenders. (MLive.com files) By Ryan Yuenger | ryuenger@mlive.com on February 27, 2016 7:30 AM 02/26 – 4:00 PM Girls Basketball Final Flint Powers Catholic 52 Midland Dow 59 Complete Box Score » Led by Saginaw Valley League MVP Ellie Taylor, Midland

Dow High girls’ basketball gets win over Flint Powers

Dan Chalk chalk@mdn.net Updated Feb 26, 2016 (0) With the district tournament starting on Monday, senior guard Alexie Flaminio and the Dow High girls’ basketball team got a good test from visiting Flint Powers and responded with a 59-52 victory Friday afternoon. The game, postponed from Thursday, was a Saginaw Valley League crossover between the

Dow boys’ basketball defeats Flint Northwestern

FLINT — Zac Chichester and Dow High could hardly miss from 3-point range Tuesday as the Chargers beat Flint Northwestern 56-50 in nonleague boys’ basketball. Chichester scored 20 points, including six 3-pointers, and the Chargers shot 10 of 14 from 3-point range as a team. “We just had good quality shots,” said Dow coach Mark

Dow girls shut down Oilers

Dan Chalk chalk@mdn.net Coach Kyle Theisen’s Dow High girls’ basketball team nailed down another Saginaw Valley League North victory on Tuesday. Now it’s time for the Chargers’ first-place showdown with No. 1 Saginaw Heritage. The No. 8 Chargers shook off a slow start offensively to cruise past visiting Mount Pleasant 46-28, improving to 13-3 overall

Dow High girls basketball defeat Arthur Hill

SAGINAW — Dow High had three players score in double figures and four with at least eight rebounds in Friday’s 59-34 Saginaw Valley League North girls’ basketball win over Saginaw Arthur Hill. The Chargers came out firing on all cylinders, taking a 21-7 lead after the opening eight minutes that grew to 29-12 at the

Dow girls defeat BCW in basketball

AUBURN — Ellie Taylor scored 18 points and Kaylee Wasco added 14 points and 13 rebounds as No. 7 Dow shut down host Bay City Western 68-42 in Saginaw Valley League North girls’ basketball on Friday night. The Chargers built a 30-6 lead at halftime and led 52-17 after three quarters. Western eventually cut into

No. 9 Dow girls hold off Midland’s second-half surge

Fred Kelly fred.kelly@mdn.net Midland High came out of halftime Thursday looking to knock crosstown rival Dow High out of first place in the Saginaw Valley League North girls’ basketball standings. But the ninth-ranked Chargers answered every big blow by Midland with a counterpunch of their own, holding on down the stretch for an exciting 48-38