Big Rapids 53 Morley Stanwood 40

Edwardsburg 59 Dowagiac 39: The Eddies snagged a Wolverine Conference victory on Wednesday, as they topped Dowagiac. Max Haffner paced Edwardsburg with 18 points, while Jake Moore added 9. Henry Weller scored 18 for Dowagiac.

Holland Calvary 65 Grand Rapids Sacred Heart 50

Ludington 62 Whitehall 48: The Orioles snagged a non-league victory over the Vikings on Wednesday. Both teams shot 40% from the field, but Ludington won the ball-game at the free-throw line, where they were a perfect 13/13. Dayton Cole had 11 points and 9 rebounds for Whitehall in the defeat.

Manistee Catholic Central 46 Pentwater 43

Mason County Eastern 48 Marion 45: The Cardinals edged out Marion in a close contest in the West Michigan “D” League. Mason Salisbury led Marion with 17 points, shooting 15/16 from the free throw line.

Montague 50 Oakridge 48: The Wildcats needed some late game theatrics to come out with a victory against the Eagles. Down three with 17 seconds to play, Montague had the basketball. Drew Collins hit an off balance bank shot from beyond the arc to tie the game. He then stole the basketball and laid it in with two seconds to go, winning the basketball game. Montague, now 4-1, was led by Drew Collins, who finished with 27 points and 9 rebounds.

Orchard View 84 Fruitport Calvary Christian 47: The Cardinals captured another convincing victory, taking down Fruitport Calvary Christian on Wednesday. Ke’ontae Barnes had 23 points, 12 steals, 6 rebounds and 5 assists. Jay Jay Tunstull (15), Darius Williams (12), Larry Brewer III (11) and Donovan Daniels (10) also finished in double figures for Orchard View.

Plainwell 41 Allegan 33

Sturgis 68 Vicksburg 61

Three Rivers 59 Paw Paw 51

Tri-County 51 White Cloud 40: The Vikings won a non-league game against the Indians on Wednesday. White Cloud was led by Mason Ruether and Donovan Stevens, both with 9 points.

Walkerville 62 Big Rapids Crossroads Academy 47

Watervliet 63 Fennville 61

West Michigan Aviation Academy 67 Cedar Springs Creative Technologies Acad. 16

Western Michigan Christian 55 North Muskegon 49: The Warriors won the battle against the Norsemen in a non-league clash. WMC built a big first quarter lead (18-7) before North Muskegon battled back to tie it in the fourth quarter. Owen Varnado, who led WMC with 27 points, was clutch down the stretch, hitting all five free throws to will them to victory. Brennen McManus had thirteen points for North Muskegon, hitting four free throws and three triples.



Edwardsburg 62 Dowagiac 13

Frankenmuth 53 Bay City John Glenn 50: The Eagles took to the road and defeated TVC first-place John Glenn in double-overtime. After just sixteen points in the first half, their offense clicked. Lexi Boyke led the way with 15 points, while Mia McLaughin added 14, including a tying three-pointer at the end of regulation. Abi Tarrant led John Glenn with 20 points.

Hesperia 60 Walkerville 47

Morley Stanwood 42 Big Rapids 33: The Mohawks took down the Cardinals in a non-league battle on Wednesday. Madison Garbow paced the team with 15 points, while Brooke Brauher and Brae Berry each scored 10 points.

Oakridge 56 Orchard View 21

Plainwell 57 Allegan 30

Portland 38 Newaygo 33: The Lions suffered their first loss of the 2021 season with a narrow non-league defeat against the Raiders. Jaylee Long led Newaygo with 13 points. Kayla Fisk added 5 points, 6 rebounds, 3 blocks and 6 deflections.

Standish Sterling 64 Saginaw Michigan Lutheran Seminary 25: The Panthers picked up another victory, taking down SMLS. Macey Fegan led Standish Sterling with 37 points and 10 rebounds, recording a double-double. Brenna Bartlett had 11 points, 4 rebounds and 4 assists.

Swan Valley 55 Essexville Garber 40

Three Rivers 46 Paw Paw 38

Vicksburg 34 Sturgis 19

Whitehall 45 Ludington 32: Whitehall built a 12-6 lead in the first quarter, and they never looked back, expanding on it throughout the final three frames. They took down the previously behind 18 points and 8 rebounds from Charley Klint. Karleigh Jeffries added 10 points and 7 rebounds. Greta Hosticka added 9 points and 7 rebounds.