Big Rapids 57 Grant 43

Calvin Christian 67 Belding 31

Covenant Christian 87 Grand River Prep 60

Delton Kellogg 53 Galesburg-Augusta 35

Essexville Garber 60 Swan Valley 51

Forest Hills Eastern 77 Wayland 53

Forest Hills Northern 67 Grand Rapids Christian 46: Joe Soules’ Huskies sit alone atop the OK White with this win. GRC, playing without Kobe Bufkin, was unable to keep up with the FHN offense. Northern built a 13-point halftime lead and never looked back as Ethan Erickson scored 20

Frankenmuth 60 Bay City John Glenn 40: The Eagles earned a victory against John Glenn with a strong team effort. Riley Roy led the way with 15 points, Ryan Brenner added 11, and Ben Reinert added 10 points, 10 rebounds and 6 assists. Quincy Almond led John Glenn with 13.

Freeland 78 Birch Run 41

Fremont 65 Chippewa Hills 53

Godwin Heights 69 Comstock Park 46

Grand Rapids Catholic Central 77 Kenowa Hills 55

Grandville 69 Grand Haven 67: The Bulldogs captured a big OK Red win on Tuesday night, but they needed overtime to slip past the Bucs. The lead went back and forth throughout the game, before they were even at 61 following four quarters of action. Tommy Gregwer led Grandville with 24 points, while Nic Stump and Harrison Sorrelle each had 18 for Grand Haven.

Hamilton 63 Fruitport 17

Hastings 57 Jackson Northwest 42

Holland 53 Mona Shores 48

Holton 41 Shelby 33: The Red Devils defended their home court with a non-league victory on Tuesday. Holton zoomed out to a 13-2 lead, and they took a 25-8 lead into the second half. Shelby’s interior offense stepped up in the second half, allowing them to close the gap. Aidan Poling had 19 points, 5 rebounds and 2 steals for Holton, while Griffin Fraass scored 7 to lead Shelby.

Hopkins 56 Kent City 46

Kalamazoo Central 78 Gull Lake 53

Newaygo 59 Reed City 57

Ravenna 56 North Muskegon 46: The Bulldogs captured a WMC victory by overcoming a first quarter deficit with three strong quarters of play. North Muskegon got within six in the fourth quarter, but Ravenna iced the game at the charity stripe. Troy McManus had 19 points for the Norsemen, while Will Gallo added 7 points and 7 rebounds. Joel Emery (18) and Kyle Beebe (12) finished in double figures for Ravenna.

Rockford 55 Caledonia 47: The Rams led at the end of every quarter in this OK Red battle. Sam Krist led Rockford with 18 points, while Andrew Larson paced Caledonia with 11.

Schoolcraft 61 Kalamazoo Christian 53: JJ Manion scored 18 for the Comets, but they could not get past Schoolcraft.

South Christian 70 Cedar Springs 36

Tri-County 55 Central Montcalm 50: The Vikings earned a victory in CSAA-Gold play by jumping out to a huge lead early. They were ahead 20-5 after the first quarter of play before Central Montcalm chipped away at the deficit, but ultimately not enough. Cam Friend led Tri-County with 19, while Ty Merlington added 13. Cole Olson led Central Montcalm with 19 points.

Unity Christian 63 Spring Lake 49

West Catholic 76 Coopersville 62

West Michigan Aviation Academy 56 Battle Creek Academy 43

West Ottawa 62 Jenison 43

Whitehall 55 Hart 28: The Vikings’ defense stepped up to deliver a dominating victory at the hands of Hart. They jumped out to a 20-2 lead after the first quarter, and they never looked back. Hart was held to single digits in three quarters, and they committed 21 turnovers as Red Watson led the defensive attack with ball pressure. Dayton Cole led Whitehall with 17 points and 6 rebounds. Kohen Porter had 8 points to lead Hart.

Wyoming 63 Union 58

Zeeland East 44 Zeeland West 39

Zion Christian 55 Holland Black River 36



Allendale 54 Holland Christian 33: Grace Rosser and Hannah Schroeder each scored 17 points for Allendale, who had little trouble taking down the Maroons to move to 6-1 on the season.

Big Rapids 52 Grant 26

Belding 67 Calvin Christian 60

Byron Center 62 Forest Hills Central 48

Central Montcalm 68 Tri-County 58: The Hornets went on the road on Tuesday, and they came back with a CSAA-Gold victory. After falling behind by one at halftime, they scored 25 points in the third quarter. Bailey Vissman finished with 26 points to lead the way for CM, while Mary Siple scored 16 for Tri-County.

Comstock Park 41 Godwin Heights 39

East Grand Rapids 79 Lowell 59: The Pioneers continue their hot start with another victory. This time, they took down fellow OK White member Lowell, moving their record to 7-0.

Forest Hills Eastern 42 Wayland 37

Fremont 57 Chippewa Hills 37

Fruitport Calvary Christian 40 Manistee Catholic Central 36

Gobles 24 Martin 14: The offenses struggled on both sides of this game, but in the end, Gobles put the ball a few more times than the Clippers. Bri Warner led Martin with 5 points, while Amanda Barber led Gobles with 7. Kennadi Killeen added 6 points, 8 rebounds and 5 steals for Gobles.

Grand Haven 40 Grandville 38

Grand Rapids Christian 52 Forest Hills Northern 27

Hamilton 51 Fruitport 8

Hudsonville 56 East Kentwood 52: It was a back-and-forth affair between the OK Red’s top teams. In the end, a key three by Jaci Tubergen propelled the Eagles to a victory.

Kent City 84 Hopkins 29: It was another convincing win for Kent City, with a wealth of scoring spread across the team. Kenzie Bowers scored 26 points, Emmalyn Geers added 14, and Jenna Harrison, Madelyn Geers and Taryn Preston each scored 11 for the victorious Kent City team.

Ludington 45 Western Michigan Christian 32

Mason County Central 33 North Muskegon 31

Mona Shores 54 Holland 32: The undefeated Sailors took care of the winless Dutch after jumping out to a 13-4 first quarter edge. Bri Wade led all scorers with 18 for Shores and Olivia Sobzcak added 10, while Ellie Zomer led Holland with 11.

Montague 56 Ravenna 24

Muskegon 50 Reeths-Puffer 48: The Big Reds edged out the Rockets in overtime in an extremely exciting basketball game. The two teams were tied at halftime, and neither team held more than a three-point lead at the end of any quarter. In overtime, Muskegon outscored Puffer 6-4. Sophia Hekkema had 21 points and 10 rebounds to lead Puffer.

Muskegon Catholic Central 59 Manistee 41: The Crusaders move to 2-1 in Lakes 8 play with Tuesday’s win over Manistee. They led after every quarter, and had four girls finish in double figures: McKenna Gentry (15), Erin LaVigne (14), Katherine Rauch (13) and Grace Staniforth (11).

Newaygo 64 Reed City 12: The Lions remain perfect, moving to 6-0 with a throttling of Reed City. Newaygo shot 42% from the field, and they took advantage of a depleted Coyotes lineup. Jaxi Long paced Newaygo with 17 points, 5 assists and 4 rebounds, while Anna Brummel added 16 points with four three-pointers.

Potter’s House 55 Lakeview 23

Rockford 61 Caledonia 29

South Christian 34 Cedar Springs 28: Sydney Vis scored 14 of South’s first 15 points to help create a 24-12 halftime lead. Cedar Springs came within four in the second half, but couldn’t edge closer. Vis finished with 15 points.

Unity Christian 50 Spring Lake 40: The ‘Saders took down the Lakers in an OK Blue battle on Tuesday night. The long ball was the difference, as Spring Lake was 1/14 from deep. On the contrary, Unity Christian was 7/19 from three. Jennifer Judge led Spring Lake with 10 points, 4 rebounds, 4 assists and 3 steals, while Haley Bremer (17) and Addison Nienhuis (12) finished in double figures for Unity.

Watervliet 61 Fennville 15: The Panthers built a 31-4 halftime lead, and they cruised to a victory in the second half. Madisynn Jefferson led the way with 5 points for Fennville, who had their largest scoring quarter in the final frame.

West Catholic 69 Coopersville 10

West Michigan Aviation Academy 54 Battle Creek Academy 22

West Ottawa 36 Jenison 29

White Cloud 59 Mason County Eastern 25: The Indians used their perimeter shooting ability to take down MCE. 11 of their 20 field goals came from beyond the arc, with Alexis Strait hitting 5 on her way to 20 points. Anna Tyndall led Mason County Eastern with 8 points.

Whitehall 39 Shelby 25: The Vikings captured a road WMC win by topping Shelby. The defense of Whitehall was key, as they held Shelby to eight points in the first half. Karleigh Jeffries led the way with 13 points and 8 rebounds, while Greta Hosticka added 9 points, 9 rebounds and 6 steals. Shelby, who shot 21% from the field in the game, was led by Kendall Zoulek with 7 points.

Wyoming 71 Union 59

Zeeland East 53 Zeeland West 47

Zion Christian 50 Holland Black River 35