DIVISION 1 DISTRICT 9 at Forest Hills Central

Rockford 57 Forest Hills Central 53: The Rams remain alive in the playoffs with a close victory over the Rangers. Caden Pokorzynski (19) and Blake Murphy (11) paced Rockford. Jacob Bonnett (18) and Ben Scholler (11) led FHC offensively.

Northview 53 Forest Hills Northern 35: The Wildcats defeated the Huskies to advance to the district finals. Jalen Charity (15), Kyler Vanderjagt (15), EJ Ryans (10) and Tyran Thomas (10) were in double figures for the victors. Justin St. Antoine paced FHN with 10 points. FHN was held to just two points in the third quarter, allowing Northview to extend their lead from 24-23 to 40-25.

FINALS: Rockford (19-2) vs Northview (21-1)


DIVISION 1 DISTRICT 10 at Muskegon

Coopersville 57 Grand Haven 50: The Broncos’ surprise march continues with a stunner against Grand Haven. The Bucs led 16-7 after the first quarter, and 23-20 at halftime. Coopersville responded with a 21-point third quarter, and they carried that hot streak into the fourth quarter.

Muskegon 68 Kenowa Hills 37: The Big Reds had no trouble with the Knights to advance to the district finals. Jordan Briggs and Anthony Sydnor led Muskegon with 15 points, while Ethan Hill added 12. Javion Otten paced Kenowa with 17 points.

FINALS: Muskegon (19-2) vs Coopersville (15-7)


DIVISION 1 DISTRICT 11 at Grandville

West Ottawa 46 Hudsonville 43: West Ottawa and Hudsonville battle in an OK Red showdown. Brady Bosma led WO with 17 points, while Bryce Baldwin added 9. Brayden Szmarej (12) and Griffin Baker (8) led Hudsonville in scoring.

Grandville 56 Jenison 47: The Bulldogs defeated the Wildcats in an OK Red rematch. Trey Johnson, Tyson Mann and Brayden Gable each scored 18 points. Gable provided a dunk that many believe may be the best in the area this year (see below).

FINALS: West Ottawa (10-12) vs Grandville (12-10)


DIVISION 1 DISTRICT 12 at Caledonia

Wyoming 80 Caledonia 61: The Wolves defeated the host Fighting Scots in the district semifinals. It was close early, but Wyoming pulled away. Ramere Draper had a phenomenal game, finishing with 29 points. Qua’dir Hatchett (16) and Jaleil Holt (14) were also in double figures. Gavin Hurst (16), Liam Mulnix (11) and Nick Henry (10) paced Caledonia offensively.

East Grand Rapids 53 Byron Center 52: The Pioneers and Bulldogs battled throughout the evening. In the end, EGR escaped with a one-point victory. David Bernecker (11), Drew Caswell (10) and Brendan Burns (10) led EGR. Byron Center was paced by Camden Karel (15), Austin Buckley (10) and Logan McKenzie (10).

FINALS: Wyoming (14-7) vs East Grand Rapids (11-10)


DIVISION 1 DISTRICT 13 at Portage Northern

St Joseph 49 Portage Central 45

Stevensville Lakeshore 59 Mattawan 46: The Wildcats season concluded with a semifinal loss to the Lancers. Connor Walsh was the lone Mattawan player in double figures, scoring 16 points.

FINALS: St Joseph (11-11) vs Stevensville Lakeshore (16-5)


DIVISION 1 DISTRICT 14 at Coldwater

Coldwater 57 Gull Lake 51: Brandon Downs reached the 1,000 career point mark as the Cardinals advanced to the district finals.

Kalamazoo Central 49 Battle Creek Lakeview 45

FINALS: Coldwater (18-3) vs Kalamazoo Central (13-7)


DIVISION 2 DISTRICT 35 at Manistee

Ludington 54 Big Rapids 43: The offense was slow starting (6-5 Ludington after the first quarter), but the Orioles increased their output in each of the remaining frame. David Shillinger led Ludington with 20, while Levi Laman added 13. Peyton LaCombe’s 10 points allowed him to cross the 1,000 career point mark. Dawson Dunn (11) and Jack Ruggles (10) were in double figures for the Cardinals.

Cadillac 74 Manistee 31

FINALS: Ludington (14-8) vs Cadillac (16-5)


DIVISION 2 DISTRICT 36 at Chippewa Hills

Clare 66 Chippewa Hills 34

Standish-Sterling 73 Ogemaw Heights 73

FINALS: Clare (19-2) vs Standish-Sterling (20-1)


DIVISION 2 DISTRICT 37 at Shepherd

Tri-County 61 Shepherd 59

Alma 65 Central Montcalm 25

FINALS: Tri-County (12-10) vs Alma (17-4)


DIVISION 2 DISTRICT 38 at Freeland

Freeland 90 Swan Valley 47

Essexville Garber 48 Carrollton 46

FINALS: Freeland (21-0) vs Essexville Garber (9-13)


DIVISION 2 DISTRICT 39 at Bridgeport

Frankenmuth 73 Birch Run 27: The Eagles cruised past Birch Run in the district semifinals. Trent Ciesla (20) and Riley Hubbard (10) past the ‘Muth offensively, as twelve difference players scored for the victors.

Saginaw def Bridgeport (**Score Needed**)

FINALS: Frankenmuth (15-6) vs Saginaw (14-6)


DIVISION 2 DISTRICT 41 at Spring Lake

Whitehall 62 Spring Lake 57: The Vikings edged the Lakers in District 41 play. Spring Lake struggled from deep, shooting 3/14 from beyond the arc. Jack Houtteman (14), Isaac DeHart (13), Camden Tohmpson (11) and Nate Bolley (10) finished in double figures for Whitehall.

Montague 55 Oakridge 39: The Wildcats defeated the Eagles in a WMC rematch in the postseason. Paul Olson (15) and Isaiah Archison (10 points, 12 rebounds) were in double figures for the ‘Gue. This was paired with a 27.5% shooting night for Oakridge.

FINALS: Whitehall (16-5) vs Montague (16-6)



Sparta 60 Grant 51: Jax Wilson led the Spartans with 29 points as the Spartans punched their tickets to the finals.

Fremont 70 Newaygo 40

FINALS: Sparta (10-12) vs Fremont (14-7)


DIVISION 2 DISTRICT 43 at West Catholic

Unity Christian 65 West Catholic 44

GR Catholic Central 82 Forest Hills Eastern 48: The Cougars had little trouble with their OK Gold rival in the semifinal round. Kaden Brown (20), Durral Brooks (17) and Jack Karasinski (15) finished in double figures for GRCC. Karasinski crossed the 1,000 point plateau in this game. Drew Patten (11), Jacob Pallo (10) and Aiden Sullivan (10) were the trio in double figures for the Hawks.

FINALS: Unity Christian (21-0) vs GR Catholic Central (20-1)


DIVISION 2 DISTRICT 44 at Kelloggsville

South Christian 73 West Michigan Aviation Academy 35: The Sailors had little trouble against the Aviators in the district semis. Jake DeHaan led South Christian with 15 points, while Carson Vis, Jack Schreur and Sam Medendrop all added 11.

Grand Rapids Christian 73 Godwin Heights 50

FINALS: South Christian (16-5) vs Grand Rapids Christian (17-4)



Holland Christian 79 Wayland 58: Jalen Overway’s 29 points advanced the Maroons to the finals in District 45. Friday will give HC the opportunity to capture their first district title since 2014.

Hamilton 61 Hastings 52: The Hawkeyes, led by Grant Goodpaster’s 13 points, powered past the Saxons to advance to Friday’s title game.

FINALS: Holland Christian (14-7) vs Hamilton (7-14)


DIVISION 2 DISTRICT 47 at Edwardsburg

Vicksburg 57 Three Rivers 53

Edwardsburg 47 Niles 46

FINALS: Edwardsburg (14-7) vs Vicksburg (8-14)



Otsego 58 Comstock 55: The Bulldogs needed a pair of overtimes in the game against the Colts. In the end, Otsego escaped with a three-point victory. Jacob Zartman (27) and Ashton Atwater (13) led the way for the victors in scoring.

Parchment 68 Paw Paw 43

FINALS: Parchment (20-1) vs Otsego (17-5)



Mason County Central 55 Evart 44

McBain v LeRoy Pine River (**Score Needed**)

FINALS: Mason County Central (7-14) vs TBD


DIVISION 3 DISTRICT 73 at Western Michigan Christian

North Muskegon 50 Shelby 40: The Norsemen created an 11-4 first quarter lead, before extending that advantage to 11 points after three quarters. Shelby clawed back in the fourth, but key free throw shooting (17/21) delivered a victory to North Muskegon. Troy McManus (20) and Jason Bogue (11) paced NM offensively. Joseph Hayes (23) and Bishop Lee (11) were in double figures for the Tigers.

Holton 54 Hart 45: The Red Devils defeated the Pirates to advance to Friday’s title fight. Holton led by just a point after the first quarter, before Hart took a 20-19 halftime lead. The second half saw the Red Devils win by ten. Wyatt Dean led Hart with 15 points. Austin Fowler (16), Carter Brant (16) and Wyatt Monette (15) led Holton with double-figure scoring efforts.

FINALS: North Muskegon (14-8) vs Holton (15-6)


DIVISION 3 DISTRICT 74 at White Cloud

Blanchard Montabella 61 Morley Stanwood 51: The Mustangs needed overtime, but they defeated the Mohawks by ten points.

Ravenna 53 Kent City 41: The Eagles’ season came to an end with a defeat against Ravenna. The Bulldogs got out to a 16-9 first quarter lead, never looking back. Kent City missed multiple scoring chances late in the fourth quarter. Jaret Jaramillo led Kent City with 15 points.

FINALS: Blanchard Montabella (18-3) vs Ravenna (14-6)



Northpointe Christian 53 Carson City-Crystal 40: NPC punched their ticket to the district finals with a win over the Eagles. Kayden Bird led the Mustangs with 22 points, while Brayden Wilkerson (17) and Mitchell White (13) were also in double figures.

Pewamo-Westphalia 75 Wellspring Prep 40

FINALS: Northpointe Christian (14-8) vs Pewamo-Westphalia (17-4)


DIVISION 3 DISTRICT 76 at Covenant Christian

Covenant Christian 67 Potter’s House 62: The Chargers escaped the Pumas in overtime to punch their ticket to the district finals. Jonny Kuiper (15) delivered a game-tying triple in regulation. Zach Gritters led Covenant with 19 points and 10 rebounds, while Evan Engelsma added 9 points, 11 rebounds and 4 blocks. Quincy Winkle (22), Zach Reimstra (19) and Aaron Leedy (12) paced Potter’s House.

Calvin Christian 63 Fennville 50: The Squires defeated the Blackhawks to punch their ticket to the district finals. Carson DeHaan led Calvin with 33 points, while Andrew Heeringa was a stat-sheet stuffer (2 points, 9 rebounds, 8 assists). Tyler Schut (22) and Izayah Strickfayden (14) led Fennville.

FINALS: Covenant Christian (17-3) vs Calvin Christian (18-3)


DIVISION 3 DISTRICT 78 at Bloomingdale

Hartford 56 Decatur 40

Lawton 68 Bloomingdale 46: The Blue Devils advance to Friday’s title game after defeating Bloomingdale. Chase Mitchell (23) and Jake Rueff (17) combined to score nearly two-thirds of the Blue Devils’ points. This is the third straight year that Lawton will be in the district finals.

FINALS: Lawton (14-7) vs Hartford (12-9)


DIVISION 4 DISTRICT 113 at Fruitport Calvary Christian

Muskegon Heights 44 Muskegon Catholic Central 26: The Tigers topped the Crusaders thanks to poor shooting and struggling defense from the MCC unit. Muskegon Heights won three of four quarters, the lone draw coming in the third frame. It was a strong start (12-5) and finish (16-7) that set the tone. Jaden Johnson led MCC with 8 points and 10 rebounds.

Fruitport Calvary Christian 70 Libertas Christian 27: The Eagles secured a win against Libertas in the district semifinals. FCC led 27-11 after the first quarter, before shutting out Libertas to create a 41-11 halftime edge. Calvary Christian was led by Bradley Richards (14), Quinn Swanson (13), and Jacob May (8 points, 6 assists). Karsten Sutherland secured 10 rebounds, while Ethan Cammenga added 8 points.

FINALS: Muskegon Heights (12-6) vs Fruitport Calvary Christian (16-5)


DIVISION 4 DISTRICT 114 at Climax-Scotts

Martin 52 Climax-Scotts 51: The Clippers needed an extra frame to power past Climax-Scotts. It went to overtime, where Martin secured a victory by a single point.

Tri-Unity Christian 58 Kalamazoo Phoenix 44: The Defenders return to the district title game. Brady Titus contributed valuable scoring to this offense, as he finished with a game-high 35 points.

FINALS: Martin (7-15) vs Tri-Unity Christian (15-6)


DIVISION 4 DISTRICT 115 at Lawrence

Lawrence 56 Howardsville Christian 43

Gobles 85 Covert 67

FINALS: Lawrence (11-10) vs Gobles (5-17)