Allendale 50 Coopersville 49: After trailing 1-0 in the beginning of the game, Allendale was able to control the lead the rest of the way. With a close game down the stretch, led by Allendale’s Hayden Greer with 21 points and 15 rebounds, The falcons were able to hold off the Broncos 50-49. Blake Stewart led Coopersville with 17 points. (Bryce Nyboer reporting)

Baldwin 78 Mason County Eastern 51

Big Rapids 44 Chippewa Hills 41

Brethren 64 Marion 39

Delton Kellogg 48 Kalamazoo Christian 47 (OT)

Fennville 59 Martin 35

Forest Hills Central 82 Greenville 47: The Rangers evened their record at 2-2, taking down the ‘Jackets in an OK White battle. Jeremy James led the way with 15 points and 5 steals, while Ben Scholler added 9 points and 6 assists. Connor Milton had 13 points and 9 assists as well.

Forest Hills Northern 75 East Grand Rapids 33: The Huskies cruised past the Pioneers, as Ethan Erickson scored 26 points. This pushed him past 1,000 career points.

Fremont 79 Tri-County 63: The Packers earned a CSAA-Gold victory, as the offensive stars came to play on both sides of the court. The McDonalds paced the team, combining for 47 of Fremont’s points (Braiden 26 and Jordon 21). Ty Merlington led all scorers with a 28 point game for the Vikings.

Godwin Heights 75 Wyoming Lee 38

Grand Haven 62 Rockford 49The Bucs took down the Rams, thanks to an explosive second quarter. Landon VanBeek had 15 points, while Bashir Neely added 13. Calvin Kibbe (11) and Sam Krist (10) were in double-digits for Rockford.

GR Catholic Central 78 Cedar Springs 16: The Cougars move to 5-0 with an impressive defensive display. They forced 24 turnovers on defense, forcing a running clock throughout the second half. Jack Karasinski had 17 points, while Kaden Brown had 19 points. Durral Brooks had 10 points, 5 assists and 5 rebounds.

Grand Rapids Christian 77 Northview 58

Grand River Prep 73 Holland Calvary 54

Grant 60 Newaygo 51

Holton 42 Kent City 38: The Red Devils topped the Eagles in CSAA-Silver play. Kent City led after the first quarter, but Holton held a lead at the end of the remaining quarters. Hayden Carlson hit a three-pointer late to give Kent City a 38-35 lead, but Holton would finish the game on a 7-0 run. Wyatt Monette tied the game with a triple, Aidan Poling put them ahead with two free throws, and Austin Fowler iced it with a layup. Aidan Poling led Holton with 19 points, while Hayden Carlson paced Kent City with 20 points.

Hopkins 70 Belding 42

Kelloggsville 69 Sparta 60

Mesick 74 Walkerville 38

Middleville 59 Wayland 36: The Trojans captured an OK Gold victory over the Wildcats. Austin VanElst propelled the offense with 18 points, and Nolan Dahley scored 16 points.

Montague 47 Shelby 33: The Wildcats improved their WMC record with a win over Shelby. Drew Collins led the way with 14 points and 8 rebounds, while Isaiah Archison had 9 points and 7 rebounds. Coach David Osborne afterwards said he was “happy with our effort. We have definitely improved over the last few games.  We still have plenty to work on, but it is nice to see us getting better.”

Morley Stanwood 54 Hesperia 9: The Mohawks only led 9-3 after the first quarter, but they exploded offensively in the remaining three quarters.

Northpointe Christian 88 Comstock Park 34

North Muskegon 46 Hart 40: The Norsemen topped the Pirates in a WMC battle. North Muskegon trailed by 9 at halftime before a strong second half. Brennen McManus led the way with 17 points, including a 4/5 performance at the free throw line. Troy McManus added 9 points. Parker Hovey led Hart with 15 points, while Kellen Kimes scored 9.

Orchard View 58 Ludington 51: The Cardinals were pushed, resulting in their closest game of the year. They were still able to walk away with a victory, thanks to their usual cast of stars. Ke’ontae Barnes had 23 points, 6 rebounds and 5 steals, while Jay Jay Tunstull added 13 points.

Pentwater 71 Big Rapids Crossroads Academy 20

Potter’s House 42 West Michigan Aviation Academy 37

Ravenna 77 Mason County Central 64: The Bulldogs captured a WMC victory, taking down the Spartans. Kyle Beebe led the charge with 24 points, 9 rebounds, 7 assists and 4 steals. Dom Jones hit four three-pointers to tally 14 points for Ravenna, and Joel Emery posted a final tally of 12 points, 7 rebounds and 3 blocked shots.

Reed City 52 Central Montcalm 50

South Christian 60 Ottawa Hills 41: The Sailors topped the Bengals in an OK Gold battle. South Christian used a 22-0 run over an eleven-minute stretch to power past Ottawa Hills. Sam Medendorp and Sam Meengs each scored 10 points to pace South Christian. George Hatchett led all scorers with 13 for Ottawa Hills.

Spring Lake 53 Hamilton 45

Tri-Unity Christian 84 Holland Black River 15

Unity Christian 64 Holland Christian 51: It was a battle of unbeaten teams in the OK Blue, as the ‘Saders took down Holland Christian. Drew Chandler led the way with 14 points, while Paul VanderPloeg added 13. Jalen Overway of Holland Christian led all scorers with 18 points.

West Ottawa 49 East Kentwood 30: The Panthers captured an OK Red victory, sending East Kentwood to 0-4 on the year. Brady Bosma had 20 points, while Blake Bosma scored 8 points. Jy’Air Harris scored 12 points to lead East Kentwood.

Whitehall 64 Oakridge 49: An all-around team effort delivered a road victory for the Vikings. Andrew Durbin had 15 points, while Addison Bluhm scored 13. Dayton Cole nearly posted a double-double with 9 points and 7 rebounds, and Red Watson (7 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists) was on triple-double watch.



Allendale 50 Coopersville 22

Alma 43 Essexville Garber 37

Big Rapids 56 Chippewa Hills 19

Byron Center 66 Lowell 33

Cedar Springs 40 GR Catholic Central 28

Central Montcalm 60 Reed City 19: The Hornets cruised to a blowout victory against the Coyotes. It was the best defensive team effort of the season for Central Montcalm. Bailey Vissman had 16 points, and Maia Sexton had 15 points and 8 rebounds. London Eldridge nearly recorded a double-double with 10 points and 9 rebounds.

Comstock Park 45 Northpointe Christian 32

East Grand Rapids 76 Forest Hills Northern 29: The Pioneers posted another impressive performance, cruising to victory over the Huskies. Jillian Brown had 16 points, while Macy Brown added 14.

East Kentwood 61 West Ottawa 37

Forest Hills Eastern 39 Kenowa Hills 35 (OT)

Gobles 46 Coloma 28: Amanda Barber scored 13 of her 15 points in the second quarter to spark Gobles’ offense. The defense forced some turnovers, and created some opportunities for Gobles’ offense. Karlee Henderson posted a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds, while Emily Baxter also had 10 rebounds. Kennadi Killeen scored 10 points, the freshman providing a spark off of the bench.

Godwin Heights 63 Wyoming Lee 18

Hamilton 54 Spring Lake 39: The Hawkeyes won an OK Blue contest against the Lakers on Friday night. Hamilton captured all four quarters on their way to this victory. AJ Ediger, who scored Hamilton’s first seven points, finished the night with 34 points. Jennifer Judge paced Spring Lake with 19 points.

Hopkins 48 Belding 46

Kalamazoo Christian 61 Delton Kellogg 19

Kalamazoo Hackett 45 Galesburg-Augusta 35

Kelloggsville 47 Sparta 44

Kent City 79 Holton 9: It was another one-sided victory for the Eagles. Kenzie Bowers paced Kent City with 26 points, helping the team’s record improve to 5-0 on the season.

Martin 55 Fennville 17: The Clippers posted a big victory over the Blackhawks. Bri Warner and Makala Goddard each scored 15 points, one basket shy of Fennville’s team total. Ava Rosema scored 7 for Fennville.

McBain Northern Michigan Christian 50 Mason County Eastern 32: NMC powered their way past MCE on Friday night. Ally Krick led Northern Michigan Christian with 14 points. Lydia Howe scored 11 points for Mason County Eastern.

Morley Stanwood 39 Hesperia 29

Muskegon Catholic Central 39 Holland Black River 31: The Crusaders edged Black River in a non-league game. It was 18-12 in favor of the Rats at halftime, but MCC rallied for a victory. Erin LaVigne had 16 points, 4 steals and 4 assists, while McKenna Gentry posted a final stat line of 15 points, 4 steals and 3 assists.

Newaygo 48 Grant 26: The Lions remain unbeaten, moving to 5-0 on the season. They beat Grant thanks to 12 points and 14 rebounds from Emmerson Goodin. Jaxi Long added 10 points. Newaygo Head Coach Nathan Thomasma added afterwards that it was “a good team win for us.  We had a lot of players contribute to the win tonight.  I am happy with the way we competed on defense and rebounded”.

Potter’s House 45 West Michigan Aviation Academy 20

Rockford 36 Grand Haven 29 (OT)

South Christian 71 Ottawa Hills 26

Standish-Sterling 56 Midland Bullock Creek 16: Standish-Sterling earned another convincing victory, taking down Bullock Creek. Brenna Bartlett had 17 points, 5 rebounds and 5 assists, while Macey Fegan had 16 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists. Elle Adrian nearly recorded a double-double with 14 points and 9 rebounds.

Tri-County 51 Fremont 48

Unity Christian 42 Holland Christian 31

Wayland 57 Middleville 50

West Catholic 79 Fruitport 12

Zion Christian 26 Fruitport Calvary Christian 21