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Allendale 60 Fruitport 24

Alma 63 Swan Valley 48

Benton Harbor 86 Berrien Springs 44

Big Rapids 39 Fremont 35

Caledonia 49 West Ottawa 38: The Fighting Scots picked up a key victory in OK Red play to move their record to 6-4 overall and in league play. Caledonia avenged a 60-50 defeat to the Panthers earlier in the year. An 11-2 run was key for Caledonia to create some separation in this game, with the 36-23 lead after the third quarter their largest at the end of any quarter. Kobe Vanderwoude led Caledonia with 13 points while Liam Mulnix added 11 points with three triples. Kobe Haglund was held to 2 points for WO, while Brady Bosma (11) and Colin Shriver (10) eac finished in double digits for the Panthers.

Central Montcalm 49 Newaygo 39: The Hornets beat the Lions in CSAA-Gold action. Newaygo led by three at halftime before CM rallied in the final two quarters. Trey Chapin led a balanced CM scoring attack with 13 points, while Blake Gilford and Fisher Hill each added 9.

Fennville 64 Coloma 57: The Blackhawks captured a victory over Coloma on Tuesday. Fennville was led by Brody Peterson who scored 29 points.

Forest Hills Central 73 Lowell 55: The Rangers took down the Red Arrows to move to 7-4 on the season. Kyle Carhart, coaching against his former team, got 18 points from Dallas Hopson, 17 from Jonah Spates and 9 assists from Ben Scholler.

Forest Hills Eastern 78 Cedar Springs 33

Forest Hills Northern 65 Byron Center 46: The Huskies took down the Bulldogs in OK White play on Tuesday night. Ethan Erickson led FHN with 30 points, connecting on six triples. Gavin Fisher added 14 points as the Huskies moved to 12-1 on the season.

Frankenmuth 59 Birch Run 24: The Eagles earned a TVC victory, taking down the Panthers. Ryan Brenner led the ‘Muth with 14 points, and Ben Reinert’s latest double-double saw a final line of 10 points and 10 rebounds. Logan McGuire and Jacen Torres each scored 7 for Birch Run.

Fruitport Calvary Christian 65 Wellspring Prep 61

Grand Haven 63 Jenison 49

Grand Rapids Catholic Central 93 Ottawa Hills 67: The Cougars offense was on full display against the Bengals on Tuesday night. Kaden Brown (28) and Durral Brooks (23) led GRCC in scoring. This victory moves their record to 12-0 on the season.

Hamilton 66 Holland Christian 61

Holland Calvary 44 Kalamazoo Heritage Christian 43

Hopkins 52 Belding 38

Hudsonville 52 Grandville 30: The Eagles built a big lead in a victory in OK Red play against Grandville. It was a 14-8 lead after the first quarter and Hudsonville kept building on their lead. Aden Zank led Hudsonville with 13 points and Andy Szlachic added 11. Landon Regnerus paced Grandville with 9 points.

Kenowa Hills 53 Middleville 48: The Knights move to 5-6 overall after a narrow win against the Trojans. This game needed overtime to be decided.

Marshall Academy 72 West Michigan Lutheran 67

Martin 52 Saugatuck 39

Mesick 83 Big Rapids Crossroads Academy 47

Montague 67 Muskegon Heights 44: The Wildcats took down the Tigers in non-league play. Montague won all four quarters, with the 20-9 first quarter and 16-9 fourth quarter providing the big difference on the scoreboard. The Tigers were held to 7/24 from beyond the arc, and they were outrebounded 35-17. Drew Collins led Montague in scoring (19) and rebounding (9), while Isaiah Archison added 13 points and 6 rebounds.

Muskegon 47 Holland 40

Northpointe Christian 69 Comstock Park 46

Orchard View 73 Manistee 34: The Cardinals earned a Lakes 8 victory against Manistee, building a 20-8 first quarter lead and never looking back. Ke’ontae Barnes led the way with 29 points and 11 steals for an encore performance after last night’s record-setting affair. Jay Jay Tunstull and Darius Williams joined him in double figures with 11 points.

Reed City 56 Grant 55

Rockford 37 East Kentwood 23: Defense was the featured attraction in the battle between the Rams and the Falcons. Rockford led 9-3 after the first quarter, 17-11 at halftime and 24-15 after the third frame. Jack Lamancusa led Rockford with 8 points, while Calvin Kibbe added 7. Jy’Air Harris paced the Falcons with 9 points. The Rams still hold first place in the OK Red at 9-1, two games ahead of both West Ottawa and Grand Haven (7-3).

South Christian 62 Covenant Christian 42: The Sailors edged out the Chargers in a non-league battle. Elliot Grashuis led South with 15 points, while Sam Meengs added 11. South Christian controlled the glass, capturing a 27-16 edge in rebounds. Defensively, they forced 15 turnovers and only committed 8.

Tri-Unity Christian 77 Zion Christian 27

Unity Christian 64 Coopersville 53

West Catholic 66 Spring Lake 61

West Michigan Aviation Academy 62 Calhoun Christian 24

Whitehall 62 Shelby 48: The Vikings trailed 30-24 at halftime before rallying in the final two frames to capture a victory. Whitehall pushed a 24-6 third quarter to take a convincing lead into the fourth quarter. Dayton Cole (19 points, 6 rebounds) and Andrew Durbin (17 points, 6 rebounds) led Whitehall with stellar performances once again.

Zeeland East 61 Union 25

Zeeland West 58 Wyoming 46



Allendale 56 Fruitport 16

Battle Creek Calhoun Christian 60 West Michigan Aviation Academy 32

Belding 51 Hopkins 43

Benton Harbor 55 Berrien Springs 45

Big Rapids 48 Fremont 31

Byron Center 73 Forest Hills Northern 23

Cedar Springs 40 Forest Hills Eastern 30

Coloma 42 Fennville 21: The Comets doubled up the Blackhawks on Tuesday night. Coloma built an eleven-point lead after the first quarter and steadily built upon that throughout. Fennville was without Ava Rosema, their only returning player from a year ago. Najeeah Chambers led Fennville with 9 points, while Elia Ruiz added 5 points.

Comstock Park 40 Northpointe Christian 34

East Kentwood 45 Rockford 38: The Falcons captured a key OK Red victory against the Rams. A strong fourth quarter finish powered East Kentwood, as Deyonce Thompson finished with 13 points. Kelliese Christopher led EK with 14 points, while Rockford was led by Grace Lyons. The freshman posted 13 points for the Rams.

Forest Hills Central 62 Grand Rapids Christian 55

Gobles 56 Lawton 36: The Tigers topped the Blue Devils on Tuesday night. Amanda Barber scored 12 points in the first quarter on her way to 20 points in the contest. She also had 7 assists and 4 steals. Kennadi Killeen added 7 points, while McKenzie Lisowski, Deanna Wood and Karlee Henderson finished with 6 points each.

Godwin Heights 60 Wyoming Lee 10

Hart 51 Mason County Central 32

Hudsonville 68 Grandville 20: The Eagles cruised to a victory over league rival Grandville. The game was even at 9 after the first quarter, but Hudsonville posted a 25-0 advantage in the second quarter to create an insurmountable lead. Their defense held Grandville to just 11 points in the final three quarters. Jaci Tubergen had 19 points to lead Hudsonville, while Alaina Diaz added 9. Claire Gregwer led Grandville with 6 points.

Jenison 52 Grand Haven 33

Kalamazoo Central 62 Lowell 55

Mason County Eastern 39 Big Rapids Crossroads Academy 26: The Cardinals captured a victory over Crossroads on Tuesday night. They created a 16-3 first quarter lead and maintained that pace three quarters later. Corinna Hernandez led MCE with 12 points while Mellie Thompson and Sam Turner each had 9 points for BRCA.

Middleville 42 Kenowa Hills 18

Muskegon 57 Holland 34

Newaygo 69 Central Montcalm 37: The Lions nearly doubled up the Hornets in CSAA Gold action. Newaygo is now 12-1 overall and 11-0 in conference after this stellar performance. Every player on the scorebook for Newaygo got in the scoring column. Emmerson Goodin led the way with 25 points and 12 rebounds, while Jaylee Long added 15 points and 6 assists. Jaxi Long had only 5 points, but she added 11 assists. Bailey Vissman (17) and London Eldridge (11) led CM.

Portland 47 Covenant Christian 32

Potter’s House 54 Holland Black River 31

Reeths Puffer 43 Mona Shores 31: The Rockets edged the Sailors in OK Black action on Tuesday night. A 10-3 second quarter helped Puffer win this game. Arrionna Williams led the Rockets with 12 points, while Ally Seiber had 9 points and 7 rebounds. Olivia Sobczak had 10 points to lead Mona Shores.

Saugatuck 44 Martin 36: The Clippers and Saugatuck battled in SAC-Lakeshore action on Tuesday. Makala Goddard and Grace Shettler each scored 14 for Martin, but they wouldn’t be enough to carry the Clippers to victory. Karrisa Moerler led Saugatuck with 13.

Sparta 38 Kelloggsville 28

Tri-County 52 Chippewa Hills 34

Unity Christian 59 Coopersville 22

Walkerville 55 Marion 46

Wellspring Prep 48 Fruitport Calvary Christian 43

West Catholic 72 Spring Lake 33: The Falcons cruised to victory against the Lakers in OK Blue action. West Catholic’s defense forced Spring Lake into challenging offensive situations, as they shot 29% from the floor. Offensively, West Catholic shot 53% from the floor. Abbey Kimball paced the victorious bunch with 19 points, while Zoe Walters (11) and Jennifer Judge (10) led Spring Lake

West Ottawa 48 Caledonia 37

Western Michigan Christian 69 Muskegon Catholic Central 14: The Warriors thrashed the Crusaders in Lakes 8 play. WMC built a 23-0 first quarter lead and turned that into a 40-4 halftime advantage. Claire LaVigne paced MCC with 8 points.

Whitehall 51 Ravenna 27: The Vikings topped the Bulldogs in WMC action on Tuesday. A 19-9 first quarter advantage created separation for Whitehall, and they ran with the lead. Jade Taylor and Greta Hosticka each had 11 points, while Karleigh Jeffries added 10.

Wyoming 56 Zeeland West 33

Zeeland East 62 Grand Rapids Union 60

Zion Christian 51 Tri-Unity Christian 35