Baldwin 82 Big Rapids Crossroads Academy 49
Big Rapids 58 Chippewa Hills 19: The Cardinals raced out to a 18-2 first quarter lead, pushed that to a 26-9 halftime edge and turned that into a 58-19 victory. Big Rapids now improves to 11-1 on the year, just a half-game back of Fremont in the conference standings.
Caledonia 58 East Kentwood 43: The Fighting Scots now sit at 5-4 in the OK Red standings, their highest win total in their history in the conference. They complete a season sweep of the Falcons, winning this rendition by fifteen points. Andrew Larson led Caledonia with 12, Koby VanderWoude added 10 points, and Liam Mulanix finished with 14 points. Jy’Air Harris had 15 points to lead East Kentwood, while Joshua Mayhue added 14.
Coopersville 70 Spring Lake 44
Fennville 53 Delton Kellogg 26
Forest Hills Northern 62 Forest Hills Central 42: The Huskies bested the Rangers in the latest edition of the rivalry series. Trinidad Chambliss (22) and Ethan Erickson (13) led FHN, while Jacob Bonnett (12) paced FHC.
Fremont 80 Tri-County 49
Godwin Heights 47 Sparta 34: The Wolverines bested the Spartans in OK Silver action. Jakhary Towns led Godwin with 17 points, and Damarie Thompson added 14 points. Godwin remains unbeaten on the season at 10-0. Jax Wilson paced Sparta with 14 points.
Morley Stanwood 73 Hesperia 32: The Mohawks captured this CSAA-Silver victory after building a 27-11 halftime lead. Hesperia improved from their past meeting against Morley, where they only scored nine points. This time, Maddox Mosley, their leading scorer, finished with 12. Ryland Nelson led the Mohawks with 19 points.
Holton 44 Kent City 40: The Red Devils won an instant classic in this rivalry series. Holton led by seven at the half, but ultimately the game went to overtime tied at 30. They would need a second overtime after each team scored five points in the first extra session. Holton won 9-5 in the second extra frame, delivering a victory. Aidan Poling led Holton with 23 points, while Wyatt Monette scored 6 points and recorded 10 rebounds. Kyler Larson scored 17 points to lead Kent City.
Hopkins 68 Calvin Christian 49: The Vikings secured a key OK Silver win, getting the best of Calvin Christian. Colin Weber led Hopkins with 23 points and 4 assists.
Ludington 66 Benzie Central 34
Manton 65 Mason County Eastern 29
Mason County Central 51 Manistee 34
Muskegon Catholic Central 45 Zion Christian 42
Reed City 54 Central Montcalm 46: The Coyotes’ boys team took down the Hornets. Teddy Syzmanski (13 points, 7 rebounds) and Canyon Reed (1o points) led Reed City. Trey Chapin (17 points) and Cole Olson (11 points) led Central Montcalm.
Rockford 55 Grandville 52: The Rams got all they could handle from Grandville, but they pulled off a narrow victory to remain atop the OK Red standings. Brennan Schueller led Rockford with 17 points, Brock Holwerda added 13 points, and Calvin Kibbe scored 12. Tommy Gregwer was the top scorer for Grandville, finishing with 21 total points.
Unity Christian 87 West Catholic 67
Watervliet 61 Gobles 36: Nick Lopez scored 17 points to pace Watervliet to a victory over Gobles
Wellspring Prep 66 Holland Calvary 56
West Michigan Aviation Academy 48 Holland Black River 17
West Ottawa 57 Grand Haven 46
Western Michigan Christian 58 Whitehall 46
White Cloud 69 Lakeview 54: The Indians played their most complete game of the year in a fifteen-point win against the Wildcats. Sam Venema and Mason Ruether each led a well-balanced attack with 15 points for White Cloud. Taylor Bode added 14 and Alex Elder contributed 11 points.
Williamston 58 Benton Harbor 53
Benton Harbor 42 Comstock 28
Big Rapids 56 Chippewa Hills 21: The Cardinals secured a big victory against the Warriors in CSAA-Gold action. Big Rapids built a 15-4 lead after the first quarter and never looked back. Rylie Haist had 16 points for the Cardinals, while Jenna Williams added 10. The defense of Big Rapids never allowed more than six points in any quarter of this victory.
Calvin Christian 34 Hopkins 32: The Squires edged the Vikings in OK-Silver play. Mady Weber led Hopkins with 7 points, 6 rebounds and 4 assists, while Olivia Sebright added 7 points.
Central Montcalm 52 Reed City 17: The Hornets captured a CSAA-Gold victory, taking down the Coyotes. Bailey Vissman led the team with 18, while Courtney Guelzo added 11.
Comstock Park 27 Kelloggsville 26: The Panthers are 8-0 now after edging Kelloggsville.
East Kentwood 67 Caledonia 29: The Falcons improve to 8-1 with a win over Caledonia. Keliese Christopher (16 points, 13 rebounds) and Alexis McCully (14 points) led EK in this victory.
Essexville Garber 47 Alma 42
Forest Hills Central 61 Forest Hills Northern 39: The girls basketball edition of this rivalry went to FHC, as star Theryn Hallock posted another solid performance. She finished with 24 points as the Rangers improve to 5-4 on the season.
Frankenmuth 63 Freeland 22
Hamilton 49 Allendale 30
Lowell 54 Northview 33
Manistee Catholic Central 40 Fruitport Calvary Christian 32
Martin 42 Coloma 18: The Clippers’ defense stepped up and delivered a big victory against the Comets. Coloma was shutout in the first quarter, and they were held to just six points after three quarters. Bri Warner led the Martin offense with 12 points, while Cirsten Coburn added 10.
Montague 49 Ludington 45: It took overtime, but Montague bested Ludington in overtime on Friday night. Ally Hall led Montague with 16 points, Claire Meachem added 11 and Emma Flynn had 10 points.
Morley Stanwood 44 Hesperia 28
Newaygo 54 Grant 40: The Lions move to 9-0 in conference play and 10-1 overall by besting Grant in CSAA-Gold play. Jaylee Long led Newaygo with 18 points, 6 rebounds and 3 assists. Long eclipsed the 1,000 career point mark in this game. Jaxi Long added 11 points for the Lions.
North Muskegon 61 Shelby 54: The Norsemen raced out to a 37-19 lead against the Tigers, but Shelby battled back, cutting the lead as narrow as six points before North Muskegon hit some clutch free throws. Brennen McManus led North Muskegon with 27 points, while Troy McManus added 11. Logan Claeys (22) and Joseph Hayes (20) led Shelby.
Northpointe Christian 61 Wyoming Lee 19
Shelby 44 Whitehall 41: The Tigers topped the Vikings on Friday in a WMC battle. Whitehall led 30-18 at halftime, before Shelby held the Vikings to just 11 second half points. Kendall Zoulek had 13 points and 5 rebounds, while Lexi Schultz had 9 points and 8 rebounds. Greta Hosticka led Whitehall with 13 points and 5 steals.
Sparta 51 Godwin Heights 25
Spring Lake 49 Coopersville 17: The Lakers defense carried the load as they cruised to an OK Blue victory against the Broncos. Jennifer Judge (20) and Meah Bajt (11) navigated through the triangle-and-two defense to lead Spring Lake in scoring. Judge added 10 rebounds and 5 steals.
Standish Sterling 66 Tawas 16: The Panthers cruised to a victory against Tawas. Macey Fegan led Standish-Sterling with 28 points, 7 rebounds, 5 assists and 5 steals, while Brenna Bartlett and Elle Adrian each had 10 points.
Swan Valley 71 Bridgeport 50
Tri County 49 Fremont 34
Watervliet 38 Gobles 31: The Panthers bested the Tigers by a slim margin on Friday. Amanda Barber paced Gobles in scoring, finishing with 15 points, 5 assists, 5 steals and 3 rebounds. Emily Baxter had 6 points and 10 rebounds, while Kennadi Killeen added 6 for Gobles.
Wellspring Prep 58 West Michigan Lutheran 16
West Catholic 62 Unity Christian 20
West Michigan Aviation Academy 42 Holland Black River 23
West Ottawa 44 Grand Haven 30
White Cloud 56 Lakeview 22
Zion Christian 55 Orchard View 16