Benton Harbor 81 Dowagiac 54: The Tigers picked up a victory at home. Kentrell Pullian finished with 20 points to lead Benton Harbor, while Henry Weller scored 22 for Dowagiac.
Edwardsburg 50 Paw Paw 43: The Eddies edged Paw Paw to capture a win in Wolverine Conference action. Brendan Byce had 18 points, while Jacob Pegura added 11 points. Mitchell Mason led all scorers with 21 points for Paw Paw.
Fennville 76 Saugatuck 38
Greenville 52 Central Montcalm 47
Hart 50 White Cloud 46: The Indians held a lead throughout this game, but Hart captured the victory in the end. Taylor Bode led White Cloud with 14, while Sam Venema added 11.
Holton 55 Ravenna 37: The Red Devils took down the Bulldogs with a strong second quarter. It was 10-10 after the opening frame, and Holton outscored Ravenna 19-7 to create separation. Aidan Poling had 22 points, 5 rebounds, 4 steals and 3 assists, while Brodrick Fialek had 12 points. Kyle Beebe finished with 9 points for Ravenna.
Kalamazoo Hackett 43 Constantine 31
Manistee Catholic Central 42 Marion 31: Manistee Catholic Central edged Marion in a West Michigan “D” League game. Mateo Barnett led MCC with 12 points, and Kyle McLinden added 11. Marion was led by Mason Salisbury (12) and Gavin Prielipp (7).
Mesick 70 Mason County Eastern 55
Muskegon Catholic Central 64 Hesperia 22: The Crusaders rolled to victory against Hesperia on Wednesday. Jaden Johnson scored 21 points for MCC, while Maddox Mosley led Hesperia with 7. A 20-2 second quarter was crucial for MCC in capturing this victory.
Otsego 62 Vicksburg 49
Schoolcraft 61 Gobles 15
Three Rivers 35 Allegan 32
West Michigan Aviation Academy 39 Wellspring Prep 31
Bay City John Glenn 41 Alma 32
Edwardsburg 59 Paw Paw 16
Frankenmuth 69 Bridgeport 52: The Eagles improve to 4-0 on the season after they took down Bridgeport on Wednesday. Lexi Boyke led the way with 24 points and 14 rebounds, while Zoey Persails had 20 points.
Freeland 47 Swan Valley 24
Greenville 50 Central Montcalm 47: The ‘Jackets took down the Hornets to capture a non-league victory. Greenville built a fourteen-point lead, before Central Montcalm rallied back to pull within a point. At the end of the game, Greenville iced the victory at the free throw line. Megan Leslie (16) and Alexis Dunn (13) led the ‘Jackets, while Bailey Vissman (18) and Courtney Guelzo (10) paced Central Montcalm.
Gull Lake 53 St. Joseph 40
Kalamazoo Christian 49 Galesburg-Augusta 38
Kalamazoo Hackett 48 Constantine 37
Otsego 55 Vicksburg 43
Plainwell 40 Sturgis 17
Ravenna 51 Holton 37
Saugatuck 51 Fennville 10: The Indians got out to a hot start, creating a 34-4 halftime lead. The second half was closer, but the margin was already too much for the Blackhawks to overcome. Ava Rosema paced Fennville with 4 points.
Schoolcraft 45 Gobles 26: Amanda Barber scored 22 points for Gobles, but they weren’t able to get pas Schoolcraft.
Standish-Sterling 52 St. Louis 12: It was another strong victory for Standish-Sterling. They cruised to victory against the Sharks, behind Macey Fegan. She finished the game with 19 points, 5 rebounds and 7 steals. Elle Adrian (14) and Brenna Barlett (12) also scored double-digits.
Three Rivers 61 Allegan 37
Watervliet 50 Martin 39: The Clippers fell against Watervliet, with the Panthers using a 25-8 edge in the second and third quarters to win the ballgame. Samantha Dietz scored 19 points to lead Watervliet, while Grace Chisek added 14 points. Gracie Shettler (12) and Bri Warner (11) led Martin
West Michigan Aviation Academy 50 Wellspring Prep 44