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Allendale 49 Spring Lake 34

Battle Creek Pennfield 54 Hastings 40

Benton Harbor 60 Gull Lake 59

Caledonia 56 Grandville 49

Calvin Christian 80 Kelloggsville 55

Coopersville 71 Hamilton 63: The Broncos put together a great team effort to rally past the Hawkeyes on Thursday night. Blake Stewart scored 32 points, his second straight game with 30+. Jack Castenholz added 13 (9 in the fourth quarter) and Ethan Coady did a bit of everything with 10 points, 6 rebounds, 9 assists and 4 steals.

East Kentwood 50 Jenison 32

Forest Hills Central 46 East Grand Rapids 44

Forest Hills Eastern 65 Ottawa Hills 39: Tonight’s matchup Ottawa Hills and Forest Hills Eastern was a game filled with free throws. Forest Hills Eastern outscored Ottawa Hills in every single quarter to win by 26 points. Forest Hills Eastern finished the game with three players scoring in the double digits; Jude Cleveland (13), Daane Harvey (13), and Brady Conlan (10). Duncan Carter was the overall leading scorer with 14 for Ottawa Hills. (Recap by Chelsee Martino)

Frankenmuth 69 Alma 56: The Eagles powered their way past the Panthers in TVC action. Ben Reinert had 19 points and 12 rebounds, Riley Roy added 13 points, and Ryan Brenner had 12 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists and 4 steals.

Godwin Heights 75 Belding 33

Grand Haven 53 Hudsonville 46

Hopkins 66 Northpointe Christian 53: The Vikings evened their overall record to 4-4 with this OK Silver victory. Tristen Perry was the star of the show, as he scored 26 points.

Montague 57 Mason County Central 39: The Wildcats went on the road and won another WMC contest on Thursday, taking down the Spartans. Drew Collins had 12 points and 10 rebounds, and Tugg Nichols matched him in the scoring column. Isaiah Archison added 8 points and 8 rebounds.

Rockford 46 West Ottawa 38: Rockford pulled away tonight in a big OK Red victory against West Ottawa behind 12 points from Sam Krist. Nick Heinen added 9 points. It was tied at halftime 27-27 but Rockford outscored West Ottawa 18-12 in the final quarter. West Ottawa fell as a result from 12 turnovers that Rockford capitalized on. (Recap by Chelsee Martino)

South Christian 54 Kenowa Hills 39

Swan Valley 51 Birch Run 35

Unity Christian 63 Fruitport 27

Zeeland East 76 Wyoming 46

Allendale 38 Spring Lake 33: Allendale built an 11-point halftime lead before Spring Lake rallied in the second half. Grace Rosser led Allendale with 16 points, while Hannah Schroeder with 8 points. Zoe Walters led Spring Lake with 9 points, and Meah Bajt added 7 points, 8 rebounds and 3 assists.

Battle Creek Pennfield 40 Hastings 23

Byron Center 64 Northview 8

Calvin Christian 48 Kelloggsville 33

Covenant Christian 53 Lakewood 27

East Grand Rapids 75 Forest Hills Central 42: It was another night of smooth sailing for the Pioneers. They cruised to an OK White victory to move their overall record to 8-0. Jillian Brown recorded another double-double, as she finished with 20 points and 15 rebounds.

East Kentwood 68 Jenison 30: The Falcons are now 5-1 after dominating Jenison. It was a stat-sheet filling night for Kaliese Christopher, as she had 23 points, 21 rebounds and 6 blocks.

Forest Hills Eastern 58 Ottawa Hills 43

Grand Rapids Christian 60 Lowell 57

Greenville 47 Forest Hills Northern 32

Hudsonville 65 Grand Haven 29: The Eagles captured another OK Red victory, easily besting the Bucs. Maddie Petroelje had 16 points for Hudsonville.

Mason County Eastern 39 Manistee Catholic Central 33: The Cardinals captured a West Michigan “D” League victory by taking down MCC. Corrina Hernandez led the way with 13 points, hitting 3 three-pointers.

Middleville 52 Cedar Springs 33

Mona Shores 42 Muskegon 23: The Sailors remain unbeaten at a perfect 7-0 after taking down Muskegon. They jumped out to a 30-7 halftime lead, a margin more than enough to carry them to victory. Riley Rosenthal led Shores with 10 points, while Kailyn Nash scored 10 for the Big Reds.

Montague 41 Mason County Central 23

North Muskegon 44 Ravenna 35

Northpointe Christian 48 Hopkins 29

Reeths-Puffer 37 Holland 27: It was an all-around team win for the Rockets, who relied on stellar defense to propel past the Dutch. Sophia Hekkema led the team with 18 points and 10 rebounds. Arrionna Williams had 5 steals, while Ariel Walker added 4.

Rockford 57 West Ottawa 24

South Christian 51 Kenowa Hills 18

Unity Christian 54 Fruitport 12

Walkerville 44 Brethren 42

West Catholic 64 Holland Christian 20

Zeeland East 49 Wyoming 45