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Grand Rapids Sacred Heart Academy 61 Cedar Springs Creative Tech 18: The Falcons cruised past CTA, with nine players finding the scoring column. Peter Tober led the way with 15 points and 7 rebounds. Dominic Klaes, Isaac Skinner, Josh Bryant and Noah Northon all finished with 8 points, with Bryant and Klaes adding nine rebounds.

West Michigan Aviation Academy 64 Belding 53



Baldwin 59 Manistee Catholic 47: The Panthers improve to 3-0 with their latest West Michigan “D” League victory over MCC. Carmelo Lindsey paced Baldwin with 24 points, while Jesse Pancio added 18.

Caledonia 68 Middleville 39: The Fighting Scots’ defense swarmed Middleville from the opening tip, overwhelming the Trojans. As a result, the Fighting Scots improve to 2-1 on the young season. Nick Fox and Nick Henry each had 16 points to lead Caledonia, with Henry providing some highlight reel slams (see below). Terrell Jefferson (12) led Middleville in defeat.

Grand Rapids Christian 34 Holland Christian 32

Mason County Eastern 86 Big Rapids Crossroads Academy 24

Mendon 53 Marcellus 31

Montague 58 Mason County Central 43: The Wildcats defeated the Spartans in league play on Thursday. “I am very happy that we came out in the second half with better intensity on both ends of the floor,” Montague Coach David Osborne shared. Tate Stine (20 points) and Owen Raeth (10) led Montague offensively. Jaydon Berrone (12) and Will Chye (10) paced MCC.

Muskegon Heights 77 Western Michigan Christian 36

Portage Central 55 Mattawan 45; The Wildcats battled but fell to Portage Central by ten. Ryan Van Liere and Brendan Garza each had 9 for Mattawan in defeat, with Ryan Kiesling adding 8 points and 8 rebounds.

Ravenna 59 Hart 58: The Bulldogs and Pirates battled until the final second on Thursday evening. With three seconds to go, Grant Becklin put in the game-winner. Becklin finished with 15 points and 10 rebounds. Travis May (17 points) and Kyle Beebe (16 points, 11 rebounds, 6 assists and 4 steals) were also in double figures. Parker Hovey led Hart with 22 points, 6 rebounds and 5 blocks. Kohen Porter added 12 points for the Pirates.

Shelby 56 Oakridge 46: The Tigers took down the Eagles in WMC play. Garrett Wever led Oakridge with 22 points, while Ethan Jozsa added 9. Hayes led Shelby with 28 points.

Whitehall 55 North Muskegon 51: The Vikings had a strong second half to take down the Norsemen in WMC action. Their change to man-to-man pressure defense caused some fits for North Muskegon. Brodie Fogus (12) and Isaac Dehart (11) finished in double figures scoring for Whitehall. Troy McManus led North Muskegon with 18.

Zion Christian 66 Grand Rapids Adventist 42



Big Rapids 70 Newaygo 65

Carson City-Crystal 56 Ashley 6

Coldwater 72 Hastings 28: The Saxons were overwhelmed in Interstate 8 play on Friday. Ethan Crabtree led Coldwater with 19 points, while Brandon Downs added 14 points and 12 steals.

Covenant Christian 68 Calvin Christian 61

Edwardsburg 62 Three Rivers 54: The Eddies captured another Wolverine Conference victory with a win over Three Rivers. Edwardsburg started the game on a 23-6 run. Jacob Pegura led the Eddies with 16, while Luke Stowasser (12) and Jake Moore (11) were also in double figures. Three Rivers was led by Drew Brown (28) and Angelo Hausmainis (18).

Fennville 61 Martin 44

Forest Hills Central 74 East Kentwood 65

Frankenmuth 43 Bridgeport 36: The Eagles earned a gritty victory against Bridgeport. All seven players who entered the game for ‘Muth scored between 5 and 7 points. Drew Titsworth, Nate Jackson and Travis Brenner led the way with 7.

Fremont 66 Central Montcalm 24: The Packers hosted the Hornets in a CSAA-Gold matchup, and they cruised to a victory. Logan Nelson had 8 points, 4 assists and 5 steals, doing a bit of everything for Fremont. Jordon McDonald added 14 points, 6 rebounds and 4 blocks. Chaz Miller finished with 5 points, 5 assists and 4 steals in his varsity debut.

Grand Haven 58 Spring Lake 40

Grand Rapids Sacred Heart Academy 55 Kalamazoo Heritage Christian 48: The Falcons are now 4-0 after taking down Heritage on Friday evening. Jack Blouw led SHA with 18 points and 9 rebounds. Isaac Skinner and Pete Ugolini each added 11 points.

Grandville 62 Lowell 53

Kelloggsville 68 Tri-Unity Christian 63

Kenowa Hills 54 Mona Shores 49: The Knights held off the Sailors in a non-league battle on Friday. Kenowa led by six after the first quarter, before winning the second frame 16-6. Mona Shores battled back, getting within a basket, but they could not get over the hump. Parker Swartz led the Sailors with 16 points on 5/13 shooting, while Keontae Richards added 11. Tucker Bickford led Kenowa Hills with 22 points.

Kent City 60 Morley Stanwood 46: The Eagles won the first three quarters, tied the fourth, and came away with a CSAA-Silver victory to move to 2-0 in league play. “Our defense is getting better, but we still have a way to go,” Kent City Coach David Ingles shared. “We need to be smarter on offense, but we are making progress.” Kyler Larson led Kent City with 21 points, while Hayden Carlson added 16.

Lakeview 49 Hesperia 37: The Wildcats took down the Panthers in a CSAA-Silver showdown on Friday evening. Lakeview led by ten at the break and used a 14-2 third quarter advantage to separate themselves even further. Zach Glenn led Hesperia with 13 points in defeat. “Discipline, turnovers and depth certainly hurt us tonight,” Hesperia Coach Andrew Worcester shared. “We experienced matchup issues in the second and third quarters, but I was impressed with our two freshmen stepping in and filling roles.”

Lawton 61 Saugatuck 29: The Blue Devils cruised past Saugatuck in SAC action. Luke Leighton paced Lawton with 19 points, while Cooper Geib (13) and Chase Mitchell (13) both finished in double figures. Jake Rueff added 8 for the victorious Blue Devils.

Ludington 73 Manistee 40

Muskegon Catholic Central 62 Orchard View 55: The Crusaders secured their first win of the year, taking down a strong OV ballclub. The Cardinals’ star, Darius Williams, was held to 14 points, including zero field goals in the second half. Jaden Johnson had a career night for MCC with 34 points and 20 rebounds. 25 of those points came in the second half, and he also took two key charges on a night that he finished 12/17 from the field and 9/13 from the line. Tramel Caviness hit three key triples in a 9-point, 5 rebound performance. Sam Kartes added 8 rebounds, while Hunter Schrink had 6 points and 6 boards.

Parchment 70 Kalamazoo Hackett 37

Reed City 79 Tri-County 40

Reeths Puffer 51 Forest Hills Northern 50

Unity Christian 68 South Christian 57: The ‘Saders won the annual rivalry battle with a team effort offensively. Drew Chandler and Gabe Newhof each had 17 for Unity, while Cam Chandler (14) and Brayden Flanders (11) also finished in double figures. South Christian had their own quartet of double-digit scorers, with Carson Vis (14) leading the way. Jake Vermaas (12), Jake DeHaan (11) and Nate Brinks (10) were the other three.

Wayland 57 Comstock Park 47: The Wildcats held off the Panthers in a non-league battle on Friday. Charlie Commeret led CP with 16 in defeat, while Ramsey Brower added 15 points. Elijah Maas led all scorers with 19 points for Wayland.

Wyoming 77 Jenison 59

Wyoming Lee 55 Wellspring Prep 48: The Legends captured a win over Wellspring Prep. Keonte Taylor led the way with 30 points on 12/19 shooting. Taylor has led Lee in scoring in the two games he has played this winter, averaging 24.5 PPG. This is the first win of the year for Lee, who now sits at 1-2.