Big Rapids 60 Central Montcalm 49

Calvin Christian 70 Northpointe Christian 52: The Squires used an aggressive defense in the third quarter, as their 31-9 run carried them past the Mustangs. Jack Hollenbeck and Carson DeHaan each scored 14 for Calvin Christian, while Brayden Wilkerson scored 22 for NPC.

Chippewa Hills 43 Reed City 37

Coopersville 69 Northview 38: The Broncos stunned the Wildcats with a 31-point victory on Wednesday. Ethan Coady (13), Jack Castenholz (12) and Blake Stewart (11) led Coopersville.

Covenant Christian 79 Kelloggsville 53

Fremont 65 Newaygo 48

Morley Stanwood 66 Kent City 60: The Mohawks took down the Eagles in CSAA-Silver action. Ryland Nelson scored 24 points and Carter Veldkamp added 14 for the victorious Mohawks.

Plainwell 55 Edwardsburg 49: The Trojans and Eddies needed an extra five minutes to determine the winner of their Wolverine Conference battle. In the end, 15 points from Caleb Maser carried Plainwell to victory. Isaac Merrill had 12 points to lead Edwardsburg, and Jaylynn Luster added 10.

Tri-County 67 Grant 64

West Michigan Aviation Academy 68 Grand Rapids Sacred Heart 40

Western Michigan Christian 44 Holton 31: The Warriors defeated the Red Devils in a non-league contest. The length of WMC defensively caused some problems for Holton, as they shut them out in the third quarter. Owen Varnado and Brekken Fairfield each scored 11 for WMC, while Brodrick Fialek scored 10 points to lead Holton.



Allendale 56 Hopkins 36

Alma 36 Birch Run 31

Central Montcalm 40 Big Rapids 32: The Hornets dealt the Cardinals their first conference loss on Wednesday night. Central Montcalm led 7-2 after the first quarter, and they were able to hold the lead throughout the evening. Bailey Vissman paced Central Montcalm with 18 points, and London Eldridge dominated the backboard with 15 rebounds. Rylie Haist hit three three-pointers on her way to 15 points, leading Big Rapids.

Chippewa Hills 35 Reed City 32

Fennville 44 Eau Claire 7: After nine defeats, Fennville got their first victory of the year on Wednesday night. The Blackhawks got out to a 10-3 first quarter lead, turning that into a 21-3 halftime edge. They would post a second straight shutout quarter, taking a 33-3 lead into the fourth quarter. Madisynn Jefferson led Fennville with 17 points, Ella Ruiz added 9 and Abby Reyes had 6.

Forest Hills Eastern 38 Grand Rapids Catholic Central 33

Frankenmuth 44 Swan Valley 21: The Eagles move to a perfect 10-0 with a victory against the Vikings on Wednesday. They captured a road victory in TVC action thanks to a 19-4 first quarter edge. Zoey Persails led Frankenmuth with 12 points, and Lexi Boyke added 9 points and 10 boards.

Hesperia 54 Muskegon Catholic Central 33: The Panthers won a non-league game against the Crusaders after creating a 14-5 first quarter lead. McKenna Gentry led MCC with 14 points.

Holland Black River 50 Grand River Prep 42

Kent City 43 Morley Stanwood 32: The CSAA-Silver’s top two teams battled on Wednesday late into the game. In the end, Kent City remained unbeaten with an eleven-point victory. Jenna Harrison led Kent City with 15, while Kenzie Bowers added 12. Brooke Brauner paced Morley Stanwood with 11, while Braelyn Berry had 10.

Mason County Central 46 Shelby 33: The Spartans took down the Tigers in WMC play on Wednesday. The fourth quarter was pivotal to MCC’s victory as they outscored Shelby 13-1. Lexi Schultz led Shelby with 11 points. Kendall Zoulek added 9 points and 9 rebounds.

Mesick 40 Manistee Catholic Central 35

Montague 42 Hart 25: The Wildcats beat the Pirates to increase their lead in the WMC to two games. Braquelle Osborne scored 11, while Claire Meachem and Andie Zamajcin each had 8.

Newaygo 53 Fremont 25: The Lions moved to 8-0 in CSAA-Gold play with a win over the Packers. It was 21-9 Lions at halftime, and in the third quarter they opened up the lead with a 19-4 third quarter. Emmerson Goodin led Newaygo with 17 points, 9 rebounds and 5 steals. Jaylee Long added 11 points and 6 assists.

Northpointe Christian 38 Calvin Christian 36

Plainwell 43 Edwardsburg 41

Ravenna 36 Coopersville 22

Tri-County 47 Grant 32

Western Michigan Christian 71 Kelloggsville 26: The Warriors took down the Rockets in a non-league game on Wednesday. Taylor Folkema had 29 points to lead WMC, while Kyla Wiersema (15) and Maddie Wiersema (11) joined her in double figures.

Whitehall 58 Oakridge 22: The Vikings raced out to a 21-0 lead after the first quarter, and they never looked back. Greta Hosticka sparked the Whitehall offense with 19 points and 7 steals. Kenzie Johnson added 9 points after hitting three three-pointers.

Ypsi Arbor Prep 77 Standish Sterling 44: The Panthers suffered a loss against Ypsi Arbor Prep on Wednesday. Macey Fegan led Standish Sterling with 27 points and 8 rebounds, while Elle Adrian added 12 points.