WHITEHALL — Whitehall pulled off a stunner Tuesday night, knocking off previously unbeaten Fremont 68-66.

The Vikings (4-6) played a remarkable offensive game, shooting over 50 percent from the field, and outrebounded the Packers by nearly a two-to-one ratio, 35-19.

"Huge win for our guys, as we needed a confidence boost and to see the value of hard work and what playing for 32 minutes will result in," Vikes' coach Nate Aardema said.

Dayton Cole and Red Watson led the charge for Whitehall. Cole had 25 points, and Watson put up a double-double with 18 points and 10 rebounds. Addison Bluhm added nine points, and Andrew Durbin grabbed six boards along with eight points. Alfred McGlothin also scored eight points.