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Lansing Christian 86 Tri-Unity Christian 52

Potter’s House 52 Martin 46

Tri-Unity 37 Fennville 24: The Defenders defeated the Blackhawks on Monday evening. Fennville led 8-4 after the first quarter, before Tri-Unity jumped ahead 18-12 at the break. After three quarters, the deficit was trimmed down to five points, before Tri-Unity extended the margin in the final frame. Ava Rosema led Fennville with 11 points, while Najeeah Chambers added 8.

Zion Christian 31 Muskegon Catholic Central 30: The Mountaineers defeated the Crusaders in the closing minutes. MCC led 30-29, before Zion hit a game-winner with eight seconds to play. McKenna Gentry led the Crusaders with 14 points, while Sara Albanese added 6.



Zion Christian 31 Muskegon Catholic Central 30: The Mountaineers defeated the Crusaders in the closing minutes. MCC led 30-29, before Zion hit a game-winner with eight seconds to play. McKenna Gentry led the Crusaders with 14 points, while Sara Albanese added 6.



Hamilton 52 Spring Lake 48: The Lakers and Hawkeyes battled for four quarters on Tuesday evening. Spring Lake forced 24 turnovers, but they were outscored 21-10 at the charity stripe. The Lakers were led by Ella Andree (15), Meah Bajt (12), Alexa Carter (10) and Jennifer Judge (9).

Unity Christian 51 Holland Christian 50

West Catholic 97 Fruitport 19: The Falcons gave the scoreboard operator quite the workout in their offensive outburst against the Trojans. Every Falcon scored in the first half, as they jumped out to a 72-9 halftime lead. Abbey Kimball (22), Anna Ignatoski (21), Cadence Dykstra (15) and Elisha Dykstra (14) paced WC offensively.



GR Catholic Central 48 Cedar Springs 28

South Christian 68 Ottawa Hills 17

Wayland 47 Middleville 36



Mona Shores 59 Holland 30: The Sailors defeated the Dutch in OK Green play, moving their record to 11-2 in the league and 16-3 overall. It was 20-6 Shores after the first quarter, and they built on that with victories in the final three quarters as well. Olivia Sobczak (18) and Lily Miller (10) were in double figures for the victors. Ellie Zomer paced Holland with 16 points.

Reeths Puffer 50 Muskegon 45

Zeeland West 46 Zeeland East 30



East Kentwood 64 Caledonia 32

Grand Haven 50 Grandville 42

Hudsonville 60 Jenison 36: The Eagles took down their neighboring rivals, capturing the OK Red outright title for the second straight year. Hudsonville is still unbeaten in league play, as they are 13-0 with a single contest remaining.

Rockford 48 West Ottawa 33



Calvin Christian 46 Kelloggsville 34

Hopkins 50 Comstock Park 42: The Vikings captured a victory on Senior Night against the Panthers. Mady Weber (21) and Nevaeh Helderop (14) paced the victors offensively.

Northpointe Christian 56 Wyoming Lee 14

Sparta 66 Godwin heights 33



Byron Center 70 Northview 28

East Grand Rapids 53 Forest Hills Northern 46: The Pioneers went on the road, returning home with a victory over the Huskies. Macy Brown led EGR with 20 points, while Reagan Weaver (11) and Vivian LaMange (7) added to the scoring tally.

Forest Hills Central 74 Greenville 45: The Rangers defeated the ‘Jackets in a one-sided OK White affair. On her senior night, Theryn Hallock set a new school record. She finished this game with a remarkable 50 points.

Lowell 59 Grand Rapids Christian 53: The Red Arrows defeated the Eagles in a thrilling OK White game. Braxcynn Baker (29) and Emma Bruwer (14) paced Lowell offensively.



Montague 42 Ravenna 27: The Wildcats defeated the Bulldogs in WMC action, moving their league record to 11-2. The ‘Gue was led by Kendall Osborne (13), and Maddie Meacham (12 points, 7 rebounds). The second quarter was pivotal for the success of Montague, as they won that frame 19-9. Madeline Kilborne led Ravenna with 10 points, while Emma Gillard added 9 points and 6 rebounds.



Algoma Christian 42 Great Lakes Sacred Heart 31: The Great Lakes 6 Tournament Championship game went to Algoma Christian on Saturday afternoon. Grace Hatley led Sacred Heart with 9 points and 5 steals, while Lily Northan added 8 points and 8 rebounds. The Falcons finished the year at 13-5, their best season in school history.

Edwardsburg 58 St Joseph 30: The Lady Eddies improve to 19-0 on the season, taking down the Bears in convincing fashion. Ella Castelucci (15 points, 9 steals, 6 rebounds), Katie Schaible (14 points), Averie Markel (12 points, 7 rebounds) and Macey Laubach (10 points, 6 rebounds) finished in double figures for Edwardsburg.

Gobles 66 Holland Black River 26: The Tigers defeated the Rats on Monday night. Amanda Barber (15 points, 8 assists, 6 steals), Madi Brady (12 points) and Kennadi Killeen (11 points, 6 rebounds) paced Gobles offensively.

Niles Brandywine 37 Lawton 25: The Blue Devils went on the road, facing a tall task in #6 Niles Brandywine. They battled, leading throughout the first half. Ultimately, Lawton was done in by an 8-0 Brandywine run in the third quarter.


SCORES NOT YET REPORTED (Please tweet @NBT_Hoops42 or @MISportsRadio with any scores)

  • Forest Hills Eastern v Kenowa Hills
  • Allendale v Coopersville
  • Frankenmuth v Birch Run
  • Fremont v Chippewa Hills
  • Union v Wyoming
  • Hart v Oakridge
  • Tri-County v Central Montcalm
  • Manistee v Kingsley
  • Mason County Eastern v Manistee Catholic Central
  • Covenant Christian v Morley Stanwood
  • North Muskegon v Mason County Central
  • Whitehall v Shelby