Alma 59 Freeland 51

Benton Harbor 84 Ottawa Hills 42: Benton Harbor doubled up Ottawa Hills on Saturday. BH was led by Kentrell Pullian’s 28 points. Javaughn Kuykendoll (12), Trucel Singleton (12) and Chris Moore (11) also finished in double figures for the Tigers.

Coopersville 86 West Catholic 64: The Broncos edged the Falcons in OK Blue play to improve to 10-4 on the season. Coopersville was led by Jack Castenholz (26) and Blake Stewart (26).

Fennville 59 Marcellus 45

Frankenmuth 59 Linden 45: The Eagles captured a non-league victory against Linden. Ben Reinert led the way with 14 points, 13 rebounds and 4 assists. Ryan Brenner added 13 points, 5 assists and 5 rebounds, and Davin Reif chipped in 12 points of his own.

Grandville 66 Grand Haven 49: The Bulldogs topped the Bucs in OK Red action, creating some separation between the Bucs and Rockford at the top of the standings. With this loss, Grand Haven is now two games back in league play. Tommy Gregwer led Grandville with 25 points while Bashir Neely paced Grand Haven with 16.

Hamilton 61 Fruitport 41

Holland Christian 46 Allendale 43

Hudsonville 51 East Kentwood 48

Kent City 52 Cedar Springs 25

Oakridge 58 Comstock Park 55

Reeths Puffer 57 Union 39

Rockford 53 Caledonia 41: The Rams raced out to an 11-2 first quarter lead, and although Caledonia came within two possessions, Rockford never trailed. Sam Krist led the Rams with 20 points, while Jack Lamancusa added 8. Kobe VanderWoude led Caledonia with 13, while Andrew Larson added 9.

Unity Christian 84 Spring Lake 55: The ‘Saders improve to 12-0 in the conference with a victory against the Lakers. Zac Velthouse was the star for UC, finishing with 32 points on ten three-point makes.

West Michigan Aviation Academy 63 Zion Christian 36

West Ottawa 62 Jenison 39: The Panthers jumped out to a 21-11 first quarter lead, and they never relinquished that advantage. Colin Shriver and Brady Bosma each had 15 for WO, while Caleb Dean paced Jenison with 16 points.

Zeeland East 70 Forest Hills Eastern 40: The Chix topped the Hawks in a non-league battle. In the first quarter, ZE built a 19-9 edge. They kept the ten-point lead at halftime, before dominating the second half. Trip Riemersma led Zeeland East with 26 points, Brandon Claerbaut scored 16 points, and Ethan Houghtaling filled the stat sheet with 11 points, 10 boards and 5 assists.

Zeeland West 41 Holland 36



Allendale 48 Holland Christian 33

Covenant Christian 44 Wellspring Prep 27

Detroit Edison 64 East Grand Rapids 43: The Pioneers lost to three-time defending State Champion Edison on Saturday. Jillian Brown led all scorers with 26 points for EGR. Ruby Whitehorn led Edison with 20 points while Damiya Hagmann added 18.

Grand Haven 55 Grandville 31: The Bucs picked up an OK Red win with a strong first half start (32-14). They built on this lead in the second half, cruising to victory.

Hamilton 49 Fruitport 10

Holland Black River 14 Kalamazoo Heritage 0

Hudsonville 65 East Kentwood 50: The Eagles clinched the OK Red championship with a season sweep of the Falcons. Alaina Diaz (19) and Jaci Tubergen (17) led Hudsonville in scoring. Deyonce Thompson paced East Kentwood with 12 points.

Jenison 56 West Ottawa 48

Kent City 52 Cedar Springs 25: The Eagles got a victory against the Red Hawks in non-league play on Saturday. Now 14-0 on the year, Kent City was led by Kenzie Bowers (19), Madelyn Geers (10), and Lexie Bowers (9).

Lowell 56 Zeeland East 41

Mona Shores 42 Forest Hills Eastern 19: The Sailors went out-of-conference on Saturday when they faced the Hawks. FHE was no match for Shores, as they won by twenty-three points. A 15-2 second quarter was vital to creating separation on the scoreboard. Olivia Sobczak led the Sailors with 11 points, while Brooke Toigo paced FHE with 8.

Rockford 58 Caledonia 41 

Spring Lake 37 Unity Christian 32: The Lakers secured an OK Blue victory when they took down Unity Christian. This game went to overtime, where Spring Lake scored all seven points at the charity stripe to emerge victorious. Jennifer Judge led the Lakers with 10 points, 6 rebounds and 3 steals. Nicole Schmitt joined her in double figures with 10 points (4 in OT) and 6 rebounds. Meah Bajt added a final line of 9 points, 7 rebounds and 4 assists.

Tri County 44 Reed City 33

Union 67 Reeths Puffer 63

West Catholic 67 Holt 43: The Falcons completed their second straight undefeated home slate, topping Holt in non-league action. Abbey Kimball led WC with 25 points, Olivia Vallone added 13, and Maddie Smith scored 12.

Zeeland West 45 Holland 40

Zion Christian 47 West Michigan Aviation Academy 22