Boys basketball was back in full swing on Tuesday night. A recap of the area’s action.

Big Rapids 65 Cedar Springs 64

Caledonia 80 Mattawan 55

Calvin Christian 60 Kenowa Hills 56: The Squires are back in the win column, taking down Kenowa Hills in the process. Brady Haisma had a phenomenal game with 23 for Calvin Christian. Javion Otten paced Kenowa with 24.

Covenant Christian 70 Holland Christian 64: The Chargers held off Holland Christian in a non-league battle on Tuesday. Zach Gritters led the way for Covenant with 22 points, while Micah Koole (15) and Evan Engelsma (12) were also in double figures. Jalen Overway was phenomenal again for HC with 21 points and 16 rebounds. Adam Kroeze actually led the Maroons in scoring with 22 points, while Kyle Cannon tossed in 17.

Fruitport Calvary Christian 54 Muskegon Catholic Central 50: The Eagles held off the Crusaders in a see-saw battle on Tuesday night. FCC led after the first two quarters, before MCC jumped ahead at the end of the third frame. The Crusaders led by five with three minutes left, before FCC rallied for a comeback. Jacob May hit a big triple and two free throws to seal the victory. Bradley Richards led FCC with 25 points and 17 rebounds. Jacob May added 19 points, 8 assists and 5 steals. Ethan Cammenga posted 10 rebounds, while Luke Assaad had 5 steals. Muskegon Catholic Central was led by Jaden Johnson, who had 22 points and 27 rebounds. Braden Gustin added 8 points.

Grand Haven 67 St Joseph 39

Grand Rapids Catholic Central 69 East Grand Rapids 34: The Cougars doubled up the Pioneers in the annual Legends Classic game. It was 20-2 after the first quarter, and GRCC never looked back. Jack Karasinski scored 20 points to pace GRCC, while Kaden Brown added 19.

GR Sacred Heart 43 Algoma Christian 40: The Falcons had a conference battle against Algoma Christian, and they were pushed to the brink. In the end, Sacred Heart was able to remain unbeaten. Noah Northon posted a double-double with 13 points and 13 rebounds. Jack Blouw (10 points, 8 rebounds) and Pete Ugolini (8 points) added to the scoring column.

Greenville 50 Comstock Park 48

Holton 60 Wyoming Lee 29: The Red Devils returned to the hardwood after a three-week break. They got off to a strong start against the Legends, securing a 16-7 first quarter lead. Holton built on this mark, capturing a 31-point win. Wyatt Monette outscored Lee with 31 points, 15 rebounds, 7 blocks and 4 steals. Kevin Erickson added 11 points and 3 steals. Carter Brant finished with 7 points and 4 assists. KK Taylor led Lee with 18 points.

Hopkins 59 West Michigan Aviation Academy 56: The Vikings fell into a huge hole early, trailing 22-9 after one quarter. They battled back, finally jumping ahead in the closing minutes. Tristen Perry led Hopkins with 24 points, while Josh Tew added 17. Jayden Prather finished with 8 points, while Noah Corneille and Trent Baugh made crucial defensive plays.

Ionia 56 Hastings 36

Jenison 57 Zeeland West 46

Lawton 48 Paw Paw 35: The Blue Devils hosted neighbor Paw Paw, and improved to 4-0 after a double-digit victory. Cooper Geib paced Lawton with 15 points, while Luke Leighton (12) and Jake Rueff (9) also boosted the scoring column.

Mona Shores 63 Lowell 54: The Sailors went on the road to take on the Red Arrows. Mona Shores jumped out to a 20-point lead in the third quarter, before Lowell rallied back. Parker Swartz led the Sailors with 22 points, 5 rebounds and 3 blocks. Keontae Richards added 11 points and 6 assists. Ethan Krueger added 11 points, and Donovan Russell dominated the boards with 9 to go alongside three blocks.

Newaygo 54 White Cloud 38

North Muskegon 56 Ravenna 41: The Norsemen were victorious against WMC foe Ravenna on Tuesday evening. It was deadlocked after the first quarter, before the Norsemen won each of the remaining frames. Troy McManus led NM with 15 points and 5 rebounds. James Young was 5/7 from the charity stripe, including 4/4 down the stretch, on his way to 14 points. Brandon Rypstra was also in double figures for the Norsemen with 10. Kyle Beebe and Travis May led Ravenna with 11.

Oakridge 54 Mason County Central 46: The Eagles started off strong, capturing a 20-6 first quarter advantage. MCC rallied from a 15-point halftime deficit, but they could not break even. Garrett Wever paced Oakridge with 21 points and 9 rebounds, while Ethan Jozsa chipped in 13 points and secured 10 boards. Will Chye led the Spartans in defeat with 19 points.

Plainwell 60 Middleville 48

Saginaw Heritage 75 Frankenmuth 58: The Eagles lost to Heritage, as a result of two 8-point quarters offensively. The offense was explosive in the first quarter, as Heritage led 30-22, before things cooled down. Trent Ciesla led the ‘Muth with 18 points, while Drew Titsworth posted a double-double with 12 points and 10 rebounds. Tyler Ode led Heritage with 20 points.

Shepherd 50 Alma 38

South Christian 68 Byron Center 37

Sparta 57 Grant 55

Tri-County 67 Zion Christian 57

Unity Christian 71 Zeeland East 52

Whitehall 53 Montague 43: The Vikings secured a WMC victory, dealing Montague their first league defeat. “Whitehall wanted it more than us tonight, and it showed”, Montague Coach David Osborne shared postgame. Tugg Nichols led the ‘Gue with 13 points, while Tate Stine added 11.