Benton Harbor 76 Westland John Glenn 35

Detroit Lincoln-King Academy 38 East Grand Rapids 37

Detroit University Prep 73 Ottawa Hills 62

Edwardsburg 66 Wyoming Lee 47: The Eddies took down the Legends in a Saturday showdown. An 18-2 second quarter advantage was pivotal for Edwardsburg in securing this victory. Brendan Byce paced the victors with 12 points, while Isaac Merrill added 11. KK Taylor had 23 for Lee, while Reynaldo Christopher chipped in 12.

Fruitport Calvary Christian 78 West Michigan Lutheran 14: The Eagles raced out to a 46-7 halftime lead in this Saturday make-up game. Bradley Richards led FCC with 26 points, while Jacob May added 16 points and 7 assists. Ethan Cammenga had 8 steals on defense, while Nick Swanson had 6 assists. Trenton Rembert paced WML with 13 points, nearly scoring the team’s entire total.

Grand Rapids Catholic Central 68 Detroit Henry Ford 26

Union 46 Lansing Eastern 38



Benzie Central 77 Buckley 55: The Huskies defeated the Bears on Monday. Quinn Zickert had a huge game, as the Benzie star finished with 35 points, 4 rebounds and 4 assists.



Allegan 63 Wyoming Lee 50

Allendale 61 Hamilton 55: The Falcons held off the Hawkeyes in an OK Blue battle. Keenan Hatto led Allendale with nine three-pointers on his way to 33 points. Matt Jozwiak and Andrew Tiemeyer each had 9 points for the victors. Justin McIllwain (12), Brayden Geurink (11) and Quentin Soerens (11) were in double figures for Hamilton.

Benton Harbor 66 St Joseph 56

Calvin Christian 85 Comstock Park 47: The Squires cruised past the Panthers in OK Silver play. Calvin led 38-28 at halftime, before a 26-11 third quarter and 21-8 fourth quarter allowed them to pull away. Carson DeHaan led the Squires with 21 points, while James Daniels added 10. Ethan Gonzalez led CP with 13.

Coopersville 54 Spring Lake 38: The Broncos took down the Lakers on Tuesday night thanks to a strong performance by a trio of scorers. Travis Rosel scored sixteen in the second half on his way to an 18-point performance. Isaiah Currie (14) and Luke Sanford (11) were both in double figures.

Covenant Christian 79 Orchard View 49

Fennville 62 Tri-Unity Christian 55

Forest Hills Eastern 88 Ottawa Hills 71

Fremont 70 Chippewa Hills 25: The Packers secured their fourth straight victory. Jordon McDonald led Fremont with 17 points and 2 steals. Blake Hanshue chipped in 15 points and 4 rebounds. Gavin Richards posted an 11-point, 5-rebound performance, while Logan Nelson added 7 assists and 7 rebounds.

GR Catholic Central 94 Wayland 41: The Cougars received good news with the return of Jack Karasinski on Tuesday night. He finished with 20 points, which matched Jorden Brooks as the team’s high. The Cougars cruised to victory to remain unbeaten in the OK Gold.

GR Sacred Heart Academy 60 Fellowship Baptist Academy 23: The perfect season continues for Sacred Heart, as they breezed past Fellowship Baptist. Noah Northon and Sam Blouw each led the victors with 15 points. Isaac Skinner added 8 points and 10 rebounds, while Jack Blouw and Peter Tober each tossed in 6 points.

Hart 62 Montague 59: The Pirates held off the Wildcats to capture a league victory. Hart was an even 10/27 from two-point territory and 10/27 from beyond the arc. Montague was led by Tate Stine (15), Braeden Johnston (14) and Tugg Nichols (10). Parker Hovey paced Hart with 25 points and 11 rebounds. Diego Escamilla added 17 points on 5/10 shooting from deep. Both teams are now 4-3 overall and 3-3 in the WMC.

Holland Christian 65 Fruitport 44: The Maroons took down the Trojans in an OK Blue battle on Tuesday. Jalen Overway paced Holland Christian with 15 points, while Caleb Karsten added 13.

Jackson Northwest 67 Hastings 26

Kelloggsville 71 Hopkins 53

Kent City 62 Wellspring Prep 45: The Eagles got out to a slow start against Wellspring, leading just 25-24 at halftime. A stronger second half, especially on the defensive end, allowed them to pull away and secure the victory. Kyler Larson led Kent City with 32 points, while Hayden Carlson added 14.

Martin 50 Saugatuck 47

Mason County Central 87 Hesperia 45: The Spartans took down the Panthers in a non-league battle on Tuesday. MCC led by nine after the first quarter, before foul trouble forced Hesperia to play less experienced JV players with a depleted bench. This allowed MCC to win the middle two quarters handily, before Hesperia took the fourth 11-10. Maddox Mosley led Hesperia with 22 points in defeat. Will Chye matched that total with 22 points of his own for Mason County Central.

Mason County Eastern 44 Brethren 31

Mattawan 58 Plainwell 43: The Wildcats got back on the winning track against Plainwell. Ryan Kiesling led Mattawan with 21 points, 5 rebounds, 5 assists and 4 steals. Noah Vanlaningham added 13 points, while Ryan Van Liere (9 points, 4 steals) and Connor Walsh (7 points, 3 steals) had strong performances.

Muskegon 67 Holland 43: The Big Reds move to a perfect 7-0 on the year and 4-0 in OK Green play. They defeat the Dutch behind 16 points from Jordan Briggs.

North Muskegon 52 Oakridge 47: Oakridge got out to a first quarter advantage, but they would relinquish the lead in the end. North Muskegon built a lead as large as 10 points in the fourth quarter, but a 9-0 run allowed the Eagles to get back within a point with 2:30 to go. Key free throws were converted, and the Norsemen escaped with a win. Troy McManus had a double-double for the victors with 14 points, 11 rebounds and 4 steals. Brandon Rypstra added 10 points, while Champ Young and James Young each had 6. Ethan Josza (21 points, 13 rebounds) and Hunter Delora (16) paced Oakridge.

Northpointe Christian 52 Sparta 49

Portage Central 49 Edwardsburg 48 (F/OT): The Mustangs just slipped past the Eddies in a non-league game that went to overtime. Edwardsburg outscored Portage Central in the fourth quarter to erase a three-point deficit and force the extra period. Grant Kacoon led Portage Central with 24 points, including a 14/21 effort from the charity stripe. Caleb Johnson added 14 points for the Mustangs. Isaac Merrill was the lone Eddie in double figures with 13.

Potter’s House 44 Muskegon Catholic Central 36: The Pumas held off a pesky Crusaders bunch on Tuesday night. MCC led 34-33 with 4 minutes to go, but they would only score two points the rest of the day. Jaden Johnson led MCC with 14 points and 12 rebounds, while Sam Kartes added 9 points and 5 rebounds.

Ravenna 57 Shelby 48: The Bulldogs held off the Tigers in WMC action. The biggest quarter was the second, which Ravenna won 21-11. Grant Becklin led Ravenna with 21 points and 3 assists. Kyle Beebe finished with 12 points and 7 rebounds.

Reed City 80 Newaygo 44

Reeths Puffer 49 Mona Shores 40: The Rockets built an 8-point lead early in the fourth quarter, but Mona Shores battled back. In the end, Puffer was able to pull off a nine-point victory. Jordan Bledsoe paced Shores with 10 points and 4 rebounds. Keontae Richards (8 points) and Donovan Russell (6 points, 6 rebounds, 4 blocks) added strong performances. Jaxson Whitaker (15), Logan Brooks (11) and Travis Ambrose (10 points, 13 rebounds and 5 blocks) led the way for the Rockets.

Rockford 62 Grand Haven 56: The Rams took down the Bucs to capture the sole spot atop the OK Red slate. Caden Pokorzynski led all scorers with 17 points for the Rams. Nic Stump paced Grand Haven with 16 points. Rockford is now 9-1 on the year.

Schoolcraft 61 Kalamazoo Hackett 27

Tri-County 64 Central Montcalm 60: The Vikings led by eight at halftime, before the Hornets swarmed back to take a 37-35 third quarter advantage. Tri-County battled back and secured the narrow victory. Adan Plotts and Ty Merlington each paced the victors with 16 points, while Gavin Rykse added 11. Fisher Hill (19) and Blake Guilford (14) were in double figures for CM.

Union 54 Zeeland East 41: The Redhawks’ roll continues, as they have now won three straight games. This time, they took down the Chix in an OK Green battle.

Unity Christian 67 West Catholic 55: The ‘Saders took down the Falcons in a competitive OK Blue battle on Tuesday night. Gabe Newhof paced the victors with 19 points. Kobe Kambestad led all scorers with 21 points for West Catholic.

West Ottawa 47 Grandville 44

Wyoming 78 Zeeland West 62