DIVISION 1 DISTRICT 9 at Forest Hills Central
Northview 71 Rockford 48: The Wildcats defeated the Rams handily to secure the district title. Kyler Vanderjagt stepped up once again with a dynamic 29-point scoring output. Calvin Hyde (13) and EJ Ryans (12) were also in double figures for Northview. Andrew Landis (14) and Jack Lamancusa (13) led Rockford offensively.
DIVISION 1 DISTRICT 10 at Muskegon
Muskegon 69 Coopersville 43: The Big Reds defeated the Broncos in the district finals. Muskegon jumped out to a 19-7 first quarter lead, and pushed that lead to 14 at halftime. In the second half, the lead continued to grow, as Muskegon secured the title. Ethan Hill (17), David Day (16) and Jordan Briggs (10) were in double figures for the victors.
DIVISION 1 DISTRICT 11 at Grandville
West Ottawa 38 Grandville 32: The Panthers defeated their rivals from the OK Red, the hosts of the district, to capture the title. West Ottawa used an 18-7 fourth quarter to rally past Grandville.
DIVISION 1 DISTRICT 12 at Caledonia
Wyoming 77 East Grand Rapids 61
DIVISION 1 DISTRICT 13 at Mattawan
St Joseph 52 Stevensville Lakeshore 49
DIVISION 1 DISTRICT 14 at Coldwater
Kalamazoo Central 69 Coldwater 41
DIVISION 2 DISTRICT 35 at Manistee
Cadillac 51 Ludington 48
DIVISION 2 DISTRICT 36 at Chippewa Hills
Standish-Sterling 65 Clare 56
DIVISION 2 DISTRICT 37 at Shepherd
Alma 63 Tri-County 35
DIVISION 2 DISTRICT 38 at Freeland
Freeland 82 Essexville Garber 51
DIVISION 2 DISTRICT 39 at Bridgeport
Saginaw 49 Frankenmuth 29
DIVISION 2 DISTRICT 41 at Spring Lake
Whitehall 57 Montague 39: The rivalry bout had extra stakes on the line Friday, as Whitehall secured a district championship with their win over Montague. The Vikings used a 22-8 second quarter to create separation on the scoreboard. Montague shot just 15/56 as a team, and they were led by Colton Blankstrom and Owen Raeth (9 points each). Isaiah Archison added 13 rebounds, but he struggled with a 1/11 shooting night. Camden Thompson (15 points, 16 rebounds) and Red Watson (11) were in double figures for the victors.
DIVISION 2 DISTRICT 42 at Sparta
Sparta 53 Fremont 40: The host Spartans secured a district title on Friday night, defeating the Packers. Jax Wilson had another stellar scoring performance, finishing the game with 31 points.
DIVISION 2 DISTRICT 43 at West Catholic
Grand Rapids Catholic Central 68 Unity Christian 48: The biggest matchup in the area was relocated to Calvin University on Friday night. In front of a crowd of 4,000, the Cougars raced to victory. Kaden Brown finished with 26 points, while Jack Karasinski (14) and Durral Brooks (13) were also in double figures. Gabe Newhof (16) led Unity, as he was the only ‘Sader in double figures.
DIVISION 2 DISTRICT 44 at Kelloggsville
Grand Rapids Christian 44 South Christian 42: The Eagles escaped the grasps of their rivals in the District Finals on Friday. Delon McCloud scored 12 to lead GRC to victory. Jasiah Rainey added 11 for Christian. Carson Vis paced South with a 14-point performance in defeat.
DIVISION 2 DISTRICT 45 at Wayland
Holland Christian 65 Hamilton 47: An 11-0 run in the second quarter helped the Maroons create separation that ultimately led to their district title. Jalen Overway finished with 14 points, 17 rebounds and 3 blocks. Kyle Cannon added 11 points for HC, while Adam Kroeze added 18 points and 10 rebounds. Jacob Lange led Hamilton with 11 points, while Quentin Soerens and Brayden Geurink added 7 each.
DIVISION 2 DISTRICT 47 at Constantine
Edwardsburg 48 Vicksburg 25: The Eddies led 24-16 at halftime, and they cruised to victory in the second half. Ten straight points to start the fourth quarter propelled the lead even further for Edwardsburg.
DIVISION 2 DISTRICT 48 at Otsego
Parchment 58 Otsego 55
DIVISION 3 DISTRICT 72 at McBain
McBain 37 Mason County Central 35
DIVISION 3 DISTRICT 73 at Western Michigan Christian
North Muskegon 48 Holton 33: The Norsemen secured a victory over the Red Devils, earning the district title. North Muskegon hit nine triples against the Holton 1-3-1 zone, and early on they created a 13-5 lead. The Norsemen led by sixteen after three frame, before Holton won the final quarter 12-11. Troy McManus had 15 points, 5 rebounds and a crucial chase-down block for the victors. Jason Bogue added 14 points, while Brandon Rypstra had 9. Wyatt Monette (14) and Kevin Erickson (12) paced Holton offensively.
DIVISION 3 DISTRICT 74 at White Cloud
Ravenna 56 Blanchard Montabella 53: Ravenna was down by 14 points in the first quarter, but they would not go away. Kyle Beebe’s 25 points, 13 rebounds, 4 steals and 3 assists commanded the Bulldogs comeback effort. He capped off the game with a game-winning triple with two seconds to go.
DIVISION 3 DISTRICT 75 at Saranac
Pewamo-Westphalia 69 Northpointe Christian 52: The Mustangs were unable to continue their season, falling to the powerhouse that is PW. Brayden Wilkerson led NPC with 20 points in defeat.
DIVISION 3 DISTRICT 76 at Covenant Christian
Calvin Christian 61 Covenant Christian 55: The Squires slipped past the Chargers in a thrilling district final on the losing team’s home court. Jack Hollebeck paced Calvin with 20 points, including 10/14 made free throws. Matt Elderkin added 10 for the victors. Micah Koole (18) and Zach Gritters (10) led the way for Covenant in defeat.
DIVISION 3 DISTRICT 78 at Bloomingdale
Lawton 68 Hartford 34: The Blue Devils captured their second straight district championship on Friday night, leaving Bloomingdale with a doubling victory over Hartford. Cooper Geib (17), Luke Leighton (16) and Chase Mitchell (10) all finished in double figures for Lawton.
DIVISION 4 DISTRICT 113 at Fruitport Calvary Christian
Muskegon Heights 47 Fruitport Calvary Christian 44
DIVISION 4 DISTRICT 114 at Climax-Scotts
Tri-Unity 60 Martin 35: The Defenders captured another district title, cruising past the Clippers. Brady Titus led the way once more with a 21-point scoring output. Hanif James added 12 points for the victors.
DIVISION 4 DISTRICT 115 at Lawrence
Gobles 43 Lawrence 31: The offense started slow, as it was 6-6 after the first frame. Lawrence jumped out to a 24-16 halftime advantage, but a third quarter surge gave Gobles a 29-27 lead. Nick Lopez finished with 20 points for Gobles, as the Tigers advanced to next week’s regionals.
MONDAY’S REGIONAL GAMES
D1R3 at Grand Haven: Muskegon (20-2) vs Northview (22-1)
D1R3 at Grand Haven: West Ottawa (11-12) vs Wyoming (15-7)
D2R10 at Alma: Freeland (22-0) vs Alma (18-4)
D2R10 at Alma: Saginaw (15-6) vs Flint Hamady (14-6)
D2R11 at Forest Hills Eastern: Sparta (11-12) vs Whitehall (17-5)
D2R11 at Forest Hills Eastern: GR Catholic Central (21-1) vs GR Christian (18-4)
D2R12 at Three Rivers: Benton Harbor (20-2) vs Holland Christian (15-7)
D2R12 at Edwardsburg: Edwardsburg (15-7) vs Parchment (21-1)
D3R19 at Carson City-Crystal: Ravenna (15-6) vs North Muskegon (15-8)
D3R19 at Carson City-Crystal: Calvin Christian (19-3) vs Pewamo-Westphalia (18-4)
D3R20 at Centreville: Lawton (15-7) vs Schoolcraft (20-2)
D3R20 at Centreville: Watervliet (18-3) vs Bronson (13-9)
D4R29 at New Buffalo: Tri-Unity (16-6) vs Muskegon Heights (13-6)
D4R29 at New Buffalo: Gobles (6-17) vs New Buffalo (21-1)