Posted On: 02/19/20 8:37 AM

HUDSONVILLE, MI -- Tuesday night featured possibly the area's best non-conference game of the year as Wyoming 15-1 (8-1 OK Gold) went on the road to take on Hudsonville 14-2 (8-1 OK Red). This game featured two of the best guards in the area in Hudsonville's Max Perez and Wyoming's Menalito McGee, and clashing of style of play as Hudsonville's dynamic frontcourt went up against Wyoming's group of pesky guards.

Wyoming got off to a hot start fueled by its extended defensive pressure, creating turnovers that resulted in multiple fast break opportunities in the early going. The Wolves took the lead and didn't look back, despite a late surge by the Eagles, ultimately defeating Hudsonville 57-50. With back-to-back wins over Grand Rapids Christian and Hudsonville, this Wyoming team is peaking at the right time.

Five Takeaways

Wyoming's Extended Pressure Caused Uncharacteristic Problems for Hudsonville

I've been to several Hudsonville games this season and never have I seen them play so uncomfortable. This was caused by the suffocating defensive play of Menalito McGee, Diego Ledesma, and Marion and Monte Parks. Saying that Wyoming's guards get after it defensively is vastly understanding it. Nearly everyone in Wyoming's

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