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Delton Kellogg 50 Fennville 19: The Blackhawks were down 9-4 after the first quarter, before the Panthers were able to pull away for a big victory. “Our offensive production is still not where it needs to be to compete,” Fennville Coach Josh Weimer shared. “Defensively, we weren’t at our best tonight. We are better than what we showed.” Lila Rosema and Megan Seeback led Fennville with 5 points each.

Frankenmuth 57 Essexville Garber 34: The Eagles hit the road in TVC play, taking down the Dukes. Frankenmuth led 17-7 after the first quarter, and they continued to cruise over the rest of the game. Emma Kerkau led the ‘Muth with 23 points, 7 rebounds and 2 steals. Mia McLaughlin added 15 points, 7 boards and 5 assists. Zoey Persails chipped in 12 points and 7 rebounds. As a team, the ‘Muth shot 68% from inside the arc.



Byron Center 52 Lowell 47: The Bulldogs edged out the Red Arrows in an OK White showdown. Piper Risdon (13) and Braxcynn Baker (11) led the way for Lowell in defeat.

Central Montcalm 55 Chippewa Hills 31: The host Hornets secured a convincing win over the Warriors. CM started the game on a 20-0 run and never looked back. Courtney Guelzo led the way for the Hornets with 16 points and 4 steals. Emily Putnam added 14 points, 6 rebounds and 6 steals. Kamryn Nicholson chipped in 8 points and 5 steals.

Edwardsburg 52 Otsego 32: The Eddies captured a big victory against Otsego in Wolverine Conference action. Edwardsburg led 13-11 after the first quarter, and they continued to grow their lead over the final three frames. Macey Laubach (16) and Caitlin Tighe (12) paced the Eddies offensively. Otsego saw Hannah Fitzpatrick lead the way with 12 points.

Grant 67 Fremont 48: The Tigers buried triples early and often to create separation from the Packers. They used a 21-6 second quarter to create a 24-point halftime lead. They would not look back. Grant hit nine triples in this victory. Jaycee Rider and Julie Ashbaugh each finished with 20 points for the victors. Fremont was led by Haley Zerlaut with 18 points and 4 assists. Khalia Noordyk added 11 rebounds.

Hart 37 Montague 36: Hart was able to emerge victorious in a high-stakes WMC showdown. It was a poor shooting night for Hart, as they saw two separate 10-point leads nearly disappear. Hart had a chance to extend the lead late, and missed three straight front-ends at the charity stripe. Montague was unable to capitalize. Mariana VanAgtmael led Hart with 11 points, 4 rebounds and 5 steals. Addi Hovey added 9 points, 10 rebounds, 3 steals and 4 blocks. Hovey’s pair of free throws with 1:20 to go proved to be the difference. Aspen Boutell chipped in 7 points, 3 rebounds, 6 steals and 3 assists. Montague was led by Claire Meacham (8 points, 9 rebounds), Emma Dyer (7 points) and Kendall Osborne (5 points, 10 rebounds).

Jenison 47 Caledonia 30: The Wildcats earned an OK Red win over the Fighting Scots on Tuesday. Caledonia was never able to crack double digits in a quarter, finishing twice with 6 points and twice with 9. Teresa Abraham led Caledonia with 9, while Gracie Gortmaker added 8. Jenison saw Ella Haik finish with 14, Terin Maynard add 13, and Christine Duch score 11.

Kalamazoo Christian 47 Martin 29: The Comets took down the Clippers in SAC action. Martin was without Gracie Shettler, who suffered an ankle injury in last week’s loss to Hackett. Kalamazoo Christian used heavy pressure defense to create a 15-5 first quarter lead, and they continued to build that advantage. Once Martin was able to navigate that pressure, they were only outscored 25-22 after the break. Makala Goddard scored all 12 of her points for Martin in the second half. Aubrey Herder led K Christian with 11.

Lawton 41 Gobles 30: The Blue Devils picked up a huge win over Gobles on Tuesday. Reese Olson had a career night with 25 points and 11 rebounds. Sarah DeKoning added 10 points and 4 steals. The Blue Devils are now 4-3 on the season.

Mason County Central 41 Whitehall 35: The Spartans took down the Vikings in a WMC battle on Tuesday. It was 8-8 after the first quarter, before Whitehall was outscored 11-4 in the second frame. Whitehall was down by as many as twelve, and they rallied back to take a 27-26 lead heading into the fourth quarter. MCC was clutch in the final frame, hitting pivotal shots. Autumn Ferris led Whitehall with 9 points and 7 rebounds.

Mona Shores 51 Zeeland West 17: The Sailors hosted the Dux in their annual Hoops for Hope game. This event raises money for the patients at the Muskegon Cancer & Hematology Centers of West Michigan. In addition to this great cause, the Sailors put on quite a performance. They tripled up their competition, a remarkable feat after a slow 8-7 first quarter start. Zeeland West scored just six in the second half. Olivia Sobczak paced Mona Shores with 13 points, while Ali Phillips added 8. Tia Martinez and Anna Girman each scored 6 for the Dux.

Muskegon Catholic Central 45 Holland Black River 31: The Crusaders cruised past the Rats on Tuesday. It was 11-11 after the first quarter, and 22-22 at the break, but MCC had a strong second half finish. Claire LaVigne paced the victors with 11 points, while McKenna Gentry and Cara Burkall each scored 10.

Newaygo 63 Tri-County 28: The Lions cruised past the Vikings in CSAA-Gold action, improving their league mark to 4-0. Newaygo was ahead 31-11 at halftime, and never looked back. “It was a good win by the girls tonight”, Newaygo Coach Nate Thomasma shared. “I thought we ran the floor well and we were able to finish better at the rim in the second half.” Emmerson Goodin led the Lions with 22 points on 9/11 from the charity stripe, as well as 13 rebounds and 4 steals. Jaxi Long added 16 points, 4 steals and 4 rebounds. Kayla Fisk finished with 9 points, 5 rebounds and 4 steals.

Spring Lake 65 Allendale 58: The most thrilling game of the night took place in Allendale, as the Lakers slipped past the Falcons in double overtime to remain undefeated in OK Blue play. Allendale led by ten at halftime, but the lead was erased in the third quarter. Jennifer Judge finished with 17 points and 10 rebounds for Spring Lake, while Meah Bajt chipped in 16 points, 8 rebounds and 3 assists. Ella Andree was also in double figures with 11 points. Hannah Schroeder led all scorers with 26 points for Allendale.

Watervliet 75 Fennville 18: The Panthers jumped out to a 22-7 first quarter lead, and extended that margin throughout the remainder of the game. Fennville was led by Christina Mendoza, Lila Rosema and Najeeah Chambers, who all scored 4 points.

West Catholic 72 Holland Christian 28: The Falcons and Maroons had center stage with the 96.1 The Game crew and Bret Bakita in town for the game. West seized the moment, dominating Holland Christian. Abbey Kimball outscored HC on her own with 29 points, while Reese Polega (12) and Elisha Dykstra (11) finished in double figures as well.

West Ottawa 37 Grand Haven 32: The Panthers captured an OK Red victory over the Bucs on Tuesday evening. Gabby Reynolds led WO in scoring with 16, while Molly Borski added 14.