Allegan 45 South Haven 34
Baldwin 66 Manistee Catholic Central 43
Benton Harbor 83 St. Joseph 52
Big Rapids 55 Reed City 48
Chippewa Hills 49 Central Montcalm 47: The Hornets fell two points short of the Warriors in CSAA-Gold action. Trey Chapin led Central Montcalm with 18 points, while Mitchell Herald added 10 points and 12 rebounds.
Edwardsburg 48 Three Rivers 45: The Eddies and Wildcats were pushed to the brink in Wolverine Conference action, but Edwardsburg emerged with a late victory after outscoring Three Rivers 21-17 in the final frame. Brendan Byce led Edwardsburg with 22 points, while Isaac Merrill added 8. Isaiah Moore and Aiden Judsen each had 11 points for Three Rivers.
Frankenmuth 71 Birch Run 33: The Eagles secured a TVC win handily, as they bested the Bobcats. Ben Reinert posted another double-double with 15 points and 12 rebounds, while Ryan Brenner led the ‘Muth with 17 points.
Kent City 61 Hesperia 19: The Eagles captured a CSAA-Silver win over Hesperia. Kent City raced out to a 20-0 lead after the first quarter, and they never looked back. A pair of players finished with 11 for Kent City, while Armando Escobedo had 10 to lead Hesperia.
Muskegon Catholic Central 33 Hart 30: The Crusaders topped the Pirates in a non-league game. It was 8-1 Hart after the first quarter, but MCC took a lead in the fourth quarter. Hart had a chance to tie the game in the final thirty seconds, as they had the ball down by three, but they were unable to convert. Tony Rayo led Hart with 10 points.
Otsego 50 Plainwell 47: The Bulldogs topped the Trojans in Wolverine Conference action. Jackson Dentler had 17 points to lead Otsego, while Trae Knight added 15.
Paw Paw 51 Vicksburg 42
Tri-County 58 Newaygo 55: The Vikings won a thrilling CSAA-Gold battle against the Lions. Blake Nelson led the Vikings with 20 points, while Newaygo was led by Bryce Decker with 18.
White Cloud 48 Mason County Eastern 40: The Indians got in the win column with a non-league victory against Mason County Eastern. It was an all-around effort on both ends of the floor for White Cloud. Sam Venema led the way with 12 points, while Mason Ruther added 11.
Allegan 47 South Haven 32
Big Rapids 42 Reed City 17
Central Montcalm 54 Chippewa Hills 28: The Hornets captured a CSAA-Gold victory at home against the Warriors. Eight CM players got in the scoring column, with Bailey Vissman (20), Emily Putnam (9) and London Eldridge (8) leading the way.
Frankenmuth 61 Birch Run 15: The Eagles remain undefeated (9-0, 8-0 TVC) with a road victory against Birch Run. They cruised to a 26-3 lead in the first quarter and never looked back. Faith Breinager led Frankenmuth with 12 points, while Lexi Boyke added 10.
Fremont 48 Grant 35
Fruitport Calvary 53 Orchard View 29
Kent City 68 Hesperia 30: The Eagles remain unbeaten with another win in the CSAA-Silver, moving their record to 10-0. Kenzie Bowers led the way with 23 points and 10 rebounds, and Madelyn Geers added 16 points.
McBain 57 Mason County Eastern 12
Newaygo 56 Tri-County 48: The Lions remain unbeaten in the CSAA-Gold (7-0) after taking down Tri-County. The Vikings led by four after the third quarter, but Newaygo rallied for the win. Jaxi Long finished with 21 points to power Newaygo to victory, while Emmerson Goodin posted a double-double with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Anna Brummel had 11 points for the Lions.
Plainwell 55 Otsego 48: Plainwell took sole control of the Wolverine Conference with this win over Otsego. After forcing overtime at the buzzer, the Trojans took control in the extra frame.
Standish-Sterling 73 Carrollton 30: The Panthers captured a big victory against Carrollton. Macey Fegan set a school record with 41 points for Standish-Sterling, and she added 10 rebounds, 6 steals and 5 assists. Brenna Bartlett had 16 points, 5 steals and 5 assists. Elle Adrian added 10 points to the team total. Carrollton only scored 7 points in the second half of this ball game.
Three Rivers 50 Edwardsburg 39
Wellspring Prep 47 Grand River Prep 35
Whitehall 54 Mason County Central 17: The Vikings secured a WMC victory against the Spartans. They jumped out to a 12-0 lead, as Karleigh Jeffries led the way with 16 points and 7 rebounds. Charley Klint had 8 points, 6 steals and 9 rebounds for the Vikings.