Calvin Christian 57 Wyoming Lee 46
Central Montcalm 52 Chippewa Hills 47: The Warriors made a late push, but key three-pointers by Trey Chapin and others lifted Central Montcalm to victory.
Comstock Park 41 Hopkins 38
Coopersville 83 Unity Christian 78
Frankenmuth 61 Bridgeport 42: The Eagles used a 13-6 second quarter to create some separation, powering them to another victory. Ryan Brenner led the team with 14 points, while Ben Reinert had 13 points, 10 rebounds and 6 assists. Jaylen Hodges led Bridgeport with 20 points.
Freeland 63 Swan Valley 60
Fremont 63 Grant 50
Grand Haven 62 Jenison 45: The Bucs built a fourteen-point halftime cushion, and they carried that throughout the second half to victory. Harrison Sorelle led Grand Haven with 21 points, while Landon VerBeek had 15. Caleb Dean was Jenison’s leading scorer with 15 points.
GR Catholic Central 71 Ottawa Hills 28
GR Christian 71 Forest Hills Central 61: The Rangers had the lead at one point in the fourth quarter, but ultimately the Eagles came away with a key OK White victory. Kobe Bufkin paced GRC to their fourth victory with 26 points, while Jacob Bonnett led FHC with 20 points.
Holland Christian 53 Hamilton 48
Holton 45 White Cloud 41: The Red Devils improved to 3-1 with a victory over the Indians. White Cloud led by as many as eight points in the third quarter before Holton rallied back. Aidan Poling led the team with 21 points, while Wyatt Monette scored 16. Sam Venema had 14 points and Alex Elder added 12 for White Cloud.
Hudsonville 51 Grandville 35: The Eagles bested rival Grandville thanks to 14 points from Andy Szlachic.
Middleville 48 Kenowa Hills 41: The Trojans took down Kenowa Hills in an OK Gold battle. Cole Shoobridge had 12 points while Terrell Jefferson added 11.
Montague 43 North Muskegon 30: The Wildcats used big runs, including a 12-0 second quarter, to power past the Norsemen. Drew Collins posted a double-double with 11 points and 10 rebounds to lead Montague. Brennen McManus led all scorers with 16 for North Muskegon.
Muskegon 54 Holland 43
Northview 56 East Grand Rapids 38
Orchard View 73 Manistee 25: The Cardinals cruised to another victory, taking down Manistee on Tuesday night. Ke’ontae Barnes led the way, recording a double with 26 points and 12 rebounds and 10 assists. Larry Brewer III (20), Jay Jay Tunstull (12) and Darius Williams (11) also finished in double figures.
Potter’s House 59 Holland Calvary 52
Ravenna 65 Oakridge 57: The Bulldogs took down the Eagles in WMC action. Dom Jones led all scorers with 17 points for Ravenna.
Reed City 40 Big Rapids 39
Reeths-Puffer 44 Mona Shores 39
Rockford 58 East Kentwood 38: The Rams move to a perfect 4-0, thanks to stellar play from Sam Krist. He finished with 22 points. Christian Humphrey paced East Kentwood with 17 points.
Shelby 54 Mason County Central 53: The Tigers remain unbeaten, taking down the Spartans in overtime. It was their second win over Mason County Central in the last six days.
South Christian 74 Wayland 28: The Sailors raced out to a 22-2 lead in the first quarter, and they never looked back in a dominating victory. South Christian’s defense held Wayland to just one field goal in the first and third quarters. Elliott Grashuis led South Christian with 11 points, while Caden Oetman added 10 points off the bench.
Unity Christian 83 Coopersville 78: The ‘Saders took down the Broncos, needing all 40 points from Zac Velthouse to deliver the road victory. Gabe Newhof added 24 for Unity. Coopersville once trailed by 20 points, before they came within three points. With seven seconds left, they had the ball down by three, but were unable to draw even. Blake Stewart scored 31 for Coopersville.
West Catholic 57 Spring Lake 48
West Ottawa 60 Caledonia 50: The Panthers went on the road to defeat Caledonia on Tuesday night. They were powered by Kobe Haglund, who led all scorers with 29 points.
Whitehall 68 Hart 57: The Vikings topped the Pirates in a WMC battle. Parker Hovey led Hart with 18 points, while Zach Bitely added 15, all in the second half.
Zeeland East 46 Union 30: The Chix won by sixteen, the exact amount of points that Trip Riemersma scored in this game for Zeeland East.
Zeeland West 84 Wyoming 68
Allendale 55 Fruitport 10
Big Rapids 51 Reed City 20
Byron Center 72 Forest Hills Northern 31
Cedar Springs 53 Forest Hills Eastern 41
Comstock Park 48 Hopkins 45
Calvin Christian 50 Wyoming Lee 8
East Grand Rapids 67 Northview 12
East Kentwood 60 Rockford 45: The Falcons continued to be unbeaten, taking down a previously unbeaten Rams bunch. Kaliese Christopher scored 17 points, while Alexis McCully added 16 points to lead East Kentwood.
Fruitport Calvary Christian 42 Grand River Prep 30
Godwin Heights 48 Northpointe Christian 44
GR Catholic Central 51 Ottawa Hills 28: The Cougars won an OK Gold matchup, taking down the Bengals. Kate Tate scored 15 points, while Clare Marosi added 11. India Whiteside and Jayla Luckett each had 9 points for Ottawa Hills.
GR Christian 68 Forest Hills Central 55: The Eagles edged the Rangers in OK White action. Liv Brunink (23) and Emma Witte (20) were the top scorers for Grand Rapids Christian.
Grant 41 Fremont 33
Greenville 46 Lowell 34
Hamilton 47 Holland Christian 29
Hudsonville 62 Grandville 38: The Eagles beat the Bulldogs, moving their record to 3-1. Maddie Petroelje was the top scorer, finishing this game with 19 points for Hudsonville.
Jenison 54 Grand Haven 37
Manistee 59 Orchard View 16
Manistee Catholic Central 48 Pentwater 29
Marion 30 Mason County Eastern 29: The Eagles narrowly edged the Cardinals on Tuesday night. Corinna Hernandez led with 17 points, while Georgia Meyer had 10 for Marion.
Middleville 46 Kenowa Hills 24
Montague 39 Whitehall 37: The Wildcats won a narrow rivalry game against the Vikings on Tuesday night. A 13-5 first quarter gave Montague a lead, and they held on over the final three quarters. Karleigh Jeffries paced Whitehall with 18 points.
Muskegon 62 Holland 44
Newaygo 50 Tri-County 35: The Lions improve to 4-0 overall and 3-0 in the CSAA-Gold with this victory against the Vikings. Tri-County sprinted out to a 7-0 lead, before Newaygo responded with a strong second quarter. Jaylee Long led the Lions with 18 points, while Kayla Fisk had 13 to lead Tri-County.
Oakridge 41 Mason County Central 39
Sparta 47 Belding 30
Union 45 Zeeland East 32
Unity Christian 45 Coopersville 13
Walkerville 55 Big Rapids Crossroads Academy 16
Wayland 50 South Christian 32
West Catholic 66 Spring Lake 26: The Falcons defense swarmed Spring Lake, forcing 31 turnovers and holding them to 21% shooting. Abbey Kimball led West Catholic with 28 points, while Jennifer Judge paced the Lakers with 13 points.
West Ottawa 46 Caledonia 33
Western Michigan Christian 45 Muskegon Catholic Central 26: The Warriors captured a Lakes 8 Conference victory, taking down the Crusaders. It was only five points after the first quarter, but WMC built a twenty-point lead after the third quarter. Erin LaVigne was MCC’s top scorer with 9 points, and she added 5 points.
White Cloud 53 Holton 29
Wyoming 51 Zeeland West 32