Bridgeport 60 Swan Valley 34

Coldwater 45 Hastings 41

Frankenmuth 50 Freeland 37: The Eagles topped the Falcons on the road in TVC play. Ryan Brenner had 15 points, 6 steals and 4 rebounds, while Ben Reinert posted a double-double with 13 points and 10 rebounds. Bryson Huckeby led Freeland with 12 points.

Godwin Heights 62 Covenant Christian 59: The Wolverines remain unbeaten, but not without a fight on Thursday night. They got all they could handle from the Chargers, winning by three. Jakhary Towns had 21 points to lead Godwin.

Hart 72 Fruitport Calvary Christian 62: The Pirates earned a non-league victory, getting the best of Fruitport Calvary. They got out to a 21-9 first quarter lead, and pushed their lead to as many as 27 points. Parker Hovey (18), Tony Rayo (11), Zach Bitley (10) and Kohen Porter (10) all finished in double figures for Hart.

Marion 57 Big Rapids Crossroads Academy 47: The Eagles secured a West Michigan “D” League victory on Thursday, besting Crossroads by 10. A 31-17 second half advantage helped Marion overcome a narrow halftime deficit. Mason Salisbury had 25 points and Josh Peterson added 10 for Marion. Crossroads saw Raj Singh (16) and Robert Miller (15) hit double figures.

Manistee Catholic Central 52 Mason County Eastern 43

Orchard View 71 Muskegon Heights 37: The Cardinals move to a perfect 11-0 with a victory over the Tigers. Orchard View got out to a 16-5 lead after the first quarter, and a 21-3 third quarter extended their lead. Ke’ontae Barnes finished with 31 points, 10 rebounds and 5 steals. He is now 74 points away from the school scoring record. Jay Jay Tunstull added 12 for Orchard View.

Ottawa Hills 64 Kenowa Hills 51: The Bengals captured an OK Gold win over the Knights on Thursday. Santana Phillips led OH with 14 points, while Kamarion Bell and Duncan Carter each scored 13. Javion Otten led Kenowa Hills with 16, and Gibson Oullette added 10.

Ravenna 54 Mason County Central 50

South Christian 73 Forest Hills Eastern 43

Tri-Unity 68 Holland Calvary 38: The Defenders remain atop the Alliance League with this victory. They are 5-0 in conference play, sitting a game ahead of Potter’s House in the standings.

Whitehall 63 Montague 44: The Vikings topped their WMC rival to capture another league victory. Whitehall built a 19-8 lead after the first quarter, and used a 26-11 third quarter edge to create a bigger lead. Offensively, Whitehall shot 41% from the field, while Montague shot 26% from the floor. Drew Collins led Montague with 13 points.

Wyoming 73 Holland 70: The Wolves edged Holland to capture a victory. Ramere Draper had another phenomenal game for Wyoming, as he scored 34 points and collected 14 rebounds.

Zeeland East 61 Reeths-Puffer 49: The Chix secured a win in OK Green play against the Rockets. Trip Riemersma had 16 points and 5 assists, Nate Claerbaut added 15 points and 11 rebounds, and Brandon Claerbaut had 11 points.

Zion Christian 71 Algoma Christian 35



Algoma Christian 42 Zion Christian 34

Belding 60 Potter’s House 32

Byron Center 58 Grand Rapids Christian 47

Coldwater 48 Hastings 42

East Grand Rapids 65 Greenville 33: The Pioneers returned to the win column, taking down the ‘Jackets. Jillian Brown led EGR with 23 points, Macy Brown added 11, and Lizzie Lundeen added 11 as well.

Grand Rapids Catholic Central 55 Middleville 49

Hudsonville 53 Jenison 46

Mason County Eastern 26 Bear Lake 17: The Cardinals topped the Lakers in West Michigan “D” League action. Corinna Hernandez led MCE with 11 points.

Mona Shores 48 Zeeland West 22: The Sailors took down the Dux in OK Green action on Thursday night. The Sailors built a 28-8 halftime lead and never looked back. Olivia Sobczak led Mona Shores with 13 points, and Brooke LeRoux added 11. Aaliyah Yabarra led ZW with 9 points.

Oakridge 53 North Muskegon 42

Northpointe Christian 7o Grand River Prep 25

South Christian 54 Forest Hills Eastern 34

Wayland 64 Cedar Springs 51

Wyoming 61 Holland 41

Zeeland East 59 Reeths-Puffer 53: The Rockets and Chix played a tremendous basketball game, with Puffer overcoming a five-point deficit after the third quarter to force overtime. In the extra period, Zeeland East outscored Puffer 11-5 to get the victory. A key to this comeback was a 21/25 showing at the charity stripe by the Rockets. Sophia Hekkema led Puffer with 15 points, 8 rebounds and 5 assists. Ariel Walker added 13 points.