Below are the scores from Wednesday, Thursday and Friday across the MSR coverage area. With conference play in full swing, games are sorted by conference. Non-conference games are included in both leagues.



Fruitport Calvary Christian 38 Zion Christian 34

Holland Black River 39 West Michigan Aviation Academy 32: The Rats slipped past the Aviators in Alliance League action on Wednesday. Olivia Hayes scored 16 for Black River, while Melanie Alferink added 12. WMAA was led by Audrey Mileski (10), Sofia Vandenhoek (10), Ava Bazuin (6) and Addison Turk (4).

Tri-Unity 57 Cedar Springs Creative Technologies Academy 13 (Thursday)



Big Rapids 60 Tri-County 29: The Cardinals went on the road and took down the Vikings in CSAA-Gold action. Rylie Haist had 19 to lead Big Rapids, while Kate Langworthy scored 12. Allison Johnson scored 10 for Tri-County.

Grant 49 Big Rapids 43 (Wednesday)

Grant 47 Central Montcalm 30

Reed City 50 Fremont 45: The Coyotes held off the Packers to secure a key road victory in league play. Reed City led by as many as twelve in the first half, but Fremont was able to cut it to four at the break. Another run allowed Fremont to remain down just a basket, 34-32, as the game entered the final quarter. Reed City was able to hold off the Packers, despite a 20/39 night at the charity stripe. Kyleigh Weck paced the victors with 18 points, while Christina Malackanich added 11. Haley Zerlaut (17) and Lily VandenBerg (10) were in double figures for the Packers.



Holton 47 Hesperia 21

Holton 58 Muskegon Heights 46 (Wednesday)

Kent City 43 White Cloud 31: The Eagles took down the Indians in league play. All eight Eagles suited up and played valuable minutes in this victory. Lexie Bowers led the way with 20 points, while Madelyn Geers tossed in 18. Kent City remains unbeaten at 9-0 on the season.



Holton 58 Muskegon Heights 46 (Wednesday)

Ludington 60 Muskegon Heights 26

Manistee 69 Orchard View 30

Mason County Central 61 Orchard View 12 (Wednesday)

Western Michigan Christian 55 Montague 40: On Thursday, the Warriors took down the Wildcats. Montague trailed by just six at halftime, but WMC expanded on their lead in the final two quarters. Kendall Osborne paced Montague with 12 points, while Ana Trevino added 8.

Western Michigan Christian 72 Muskegon Catholic Central 16: The Warriors raced out to a 20-5 first quarter lead, and a 42-10 halftime advantage. They would coast to victory over the final half. Sara Albanese paced MCC with 6 points.



Hamilton 48 Fruitport 6

Holland Christian 40 Allendale 26: The Maroons took down the Falcons in an OK Blue showdown. Tryna VanderZwaag had 19 points for HC. Hannah Schroeder paced Allendale with 18.

Spring Lake 53 Unity Christian 35: The Lakers took down the ‘Saders in league play on Friday. A twenty-point third quarter allowed Spring Lake to pull away from Unity. Jennifer Judge had another double-double with 15 points and 11 rebounds. Alexa Carter (9) and Emma Nicles (8) were a great offensive combination in the post. Meah Bajt added 7 points, 8 rebounds and 6 assists. Makara Obande paced UC with 14 points.

West Catholic 86 Coopersville 21: The Falcons flew past the Broncos in OK Blue action on Friday. Once again, Abbey Kimball outscored the opposition with 32 points on seven made three-pointers. Anna Ignatoski added 17 points, while Cadence Dykstra and Ellie Bies scored 9 and 8 points respectively. West is now 5-0 in OK Blue play and 10-1 overall.



Grand Rapids Catholic Central 43 Middleville 32

Kenowa Hills 61 Ottawa Hills 34

South Christian 55 Forest Hills Eastern 24: The Sailors defeated the Hawks convincingly on Friday evening. Sydney Vis had 22 points to lead all scorers, while Ashley Thomasma added 14. Grace Doherty led FHE with 8.

Wayland 48 Cedar Springs 41



Muskegon 50 Mona Shores 44: The Sailors’ nine-game winning streak was snapped against the Big Reds on Friday. Muskegon led by three at halftime but trailed by a point heading into the fourth quarter. The Big Reds won the final frame 19-12, allowing them to secure a six-point win. Olivia Sobczak (12), Ali Phillips (11) and Mia Brown (10) were in double figures for Mona Shores.

Reeths Puffer 46 Holland 33

Wyoming 57 Zeeland East 39

Zeeland West 57 Union 53: The Dux squeaked out a road victory against Union. ZW led 12-7 after the first, and 30-25 at halftime. West was able to extend their lead to sixteen, 50-34, at the end of the third. Union went on a 19-5 run in the final four minutes to get the game within a basket in its final minute. Tia Martinez scored a basket with 17 seconds to go that helped Zeeland emerge victorious. Kara Bartels led ZW with 18 points, while Marissa Ybarra added 9. Tia Martinez and Lindy Gulker each scored 8, while Abby Winn tossed in 7 points.



Hudsonville 69 Grandville 38

Rockford 70 Jenison 34: A 20-8 lead in the first quarter helped the Rams earn another victory in league play. Alina Anderson (20) and Grace Lyons (19) were in double figures for Rockford. Ella Haik (14) and Terin Maynard (10) did the same for Jenison.

Caledonia and West Ottawa was called off due to some health complications involving West Ottawa Head Coach Paul Chapman. In the tweet below, Coach Chapman shared that he is doing well.



Comstock Park 61 Northpointe Christian 46

Hopkins 64 Godwin Heights 45

Sparta 60 Calvin Christian 35



Byron Center 71 Forest Hills Northern 38: The Bulldogs pulled off a victory over the Huskies on Friday evening. A 20-4 first quarter was pivotal to Byron Center being able to run away with this game. Lily Zeinstra paced the victors with 20 points, while Makala Ferguson added 16. In this victory, Avery Zeinstra reached the 1,000 point plateau. Layne Sietsema and Faith Walker each scored 16 for FHN.

East Grand Rapids 54 Lowell 51: The Pioneers captured their third straight win, taking down rival Lowell. It’s been a strong turnaround for the Pioneers, who have five losses against teams that are receiving AP Poll votes. Macy Brown finished with 29 for EGR, while Lizzie Lundeen added 7. Piper Risdon (17) and Braxcynn Baker (14) paced Lowell in defeat.

Grand Rapids Christian 67 Forest Hills Central 47



Kalamazoo Hackett 46 Constantine 22

Lawton 58 Coloma 32: The Blue Devils remain unbeaten at home, taking down Coloma. Sarah DeKoning hit six triples on her way to a career-high 23 points, while also collecting 5 rebounds. Ella Richter added 10 points, while Reese Olson (9) and Gabby High (7) had strong scoring efforts.

Saugatuck 47 Fennville 6: The Trailblazers raced past the Blackhawks in SAC action. It was only 12-2 after the first quarter, but a 12-0 run by Saugatuck in the second quarter allowed them to take a convincing lead at halftime. Lila Rosema scored all six points for Fennville in defeat.

Watervliet 48 Martin 22: The Clippers battle early against the Panthers, remaining within 8 points at halftime. In the second half, Watervliet was able to pull away and secure a big victory. Sam Dietz turned in on during the Panthers’ surge, as she finished with 22 points. Maddy Bogdan paced Martin with 10 points, while Gracie Shettler scored two points in her return from an ankle injury.



Hart 43 North Muskegon 17: The offenses struggled early in this game, and Hart led by just ten, 19-9, at halftime. The Pirates were able to put together a stronger second half on their way to a 26-point win. Abby Hicks led Hart with 11 points, 5 steals and 3 assists, with nine of those points coming after halftime. Morgan Marvin and Addi Hovey each added 8 points for the Pirates.

Mason County Central 61 Orchard View 12 (Wednesday)

Shelby 47 Ravenna 14: The Tigers cruised to victory over the Bulldogs on Thursday evening. Shelby was just 2/11 from deep and 9/17 from the charity stripe in this win. Kendall Zoulek (15) and Lauren Brown (10) were in double figures, while Molli Schultz (9) just missed the mark.

Western Michigan Christian 55 Montague 40: On Thursday, the Warriors took down the Wildcats. Montague trailed by just six at halftime, but WMC expanded on their lead in the final two quarters. Kendall Osborne paced Montague with 12 points, while Ana Trevino added 8.

Whitehall 46 Oakridge 33: The Vikings were able to take down the Eagles in league play on Thursday. Ahead 23-15 at halftime, Whitehall was unable to extend their lead in the third quarter, as both teams scored 7 points. The Vikings were able to capture a 16-11 fourth quarter victory to secure the win. Charley Klint had another huge night with 23 points, 8 rebounds and 5 steals. McKena Coron whipped in 6 points and 8 rebounds.



Mason County Eastern 48 Walkerville 15: The Cardinals soared past Walkerville in WMD action. Corrina Hernandez (18) paced the victors with 18 points. She was one of seven Cardinals to score. Heaven Rodriguez scored 5 for Walkerville.



Calhoun Christian 67 Libertas Christian 19 (Thursday)

Edwardsburg 89 Niles 19: The Eddies raced past the Vikings on Friday evening. In the first quarter alone, Edwardsburg was able to score 19 points. Ella Castelucci finished with 19 points as well. Macey Laubach (18), Katie Schaible (16) and Lindsey Dalenberg (12) also chipped in double-digit scoring performances. Kamryn Patterson led Niles with 6.

Hastings 55 Battle Creek Pennfield 48

Mattawan 40 Gull Lake 39 (Thursday)