**Article by Josh Longstreth**

**Photo Credit: Lou Murray**


  • Fremont traveled to Oakridge and would not be able to return home with a win as the Eagles defended their home court. Oakridge was able to lead most of the way in the win. The Eagles were led by Anna Lundquist (14) and Destyni Lane (13) who both reached double figures. The Packers drop to 1-4 on the season. Khaila Noordyk brought a ton of effort on the night for the Packers grabbing 10 rebounds.
  • Grand Haven defeated Mona Shores, 50-32. The Buccaneers were led by Emerson Berndt with 19 points, and Grace Harrison with 11 points.
  • Hart got off and running early to cruise to a 63-15 victory over Ravenna. Everything was clicking for the Pirates as they would hold a comfortable halftime lead. Addi Hovey finished the night with 18 points, 8 rebounds and 6 steals. Abby Hicks added 14 points, 11 steals and 5 rebounds.
  • Montague would drop to 3-2 on the season after losing on the road to Ludington, 18-49. The Wildcats were without several players due to injury or illness.
  • Martin defeated Hackett Catholic to move to 4-0 on the season. This one wasn’t for the weary as the Clippers would at one point be down by 17 points late in the 3rd quarter. Able to get scores in the 4th, Martin went to a full court press midway through the quarter to really gain momentum. Able to knock down free throws late, Martin found themselves improving to 4-0. Makala Goddard led much of that spark late in the game by scoring 13 of her 16 points in the final quarter. Martin head coach Ben Schipper was beyond proud of his team, “These girls left it all on the floor and I couldn’t be happier for them to pull this one out”. ‘
  • Rockford grabbed a win over Grand Rapids Catholic Central, 64-38. Sophomore Anna Wypych led the way for the Rams with 24 points on the night. Claire Marosi finished with 14 points for the Cougars.
  • Shelby cruised to a win 41-29 over North Muskegon. Kendall Zaverl led the way for the Tigers with 17 points on the night. Grace Philpot paced the Norse with 12 points.
  • Spring Lake was able to grab a hard fought victory over Grant, 48-40. Grant would make a run late but the Lakers would hold on. Spring Lake was led by Ella Andree with 15 points. Alexa Carter had a big night with 12 points and 16 rebounds. Grant was led by Julie Ashbaugh with 18 points and Jayci Hance with 10 points.


  • Mason County Eastern defeated Mesick, 33-22. With the win the Cardinals now move to 3-3 on the young season. The Eastern defense created a stagnant offense for Mesick in the first half, while the Cardinals offense put together a solid 2nd half to cruise to the win. Janessa Alvesteffer led the way with 10 points in the game.


  • Edwardsburg would put together a big 4th quarter to come out with a win over Otsego, 51-36. Caitlin Tighe led the way for the Eddies with 13 points, while Chloe Baker added 12 points for the victors.
  • Fennville made the trip over to Coloma and would head home with a 37-21 victory over the Comets. The Blackhawks would grab a 23-4 halftime lead going on cruise control from there. Sophomore Lila Rosema (18), and Madisynn Jefferson (13) both reached double figures for Fennville. The Blackhawks move to 2-3 on the young season.
  • Hart defeated North Muskegon, 63-17. The Hart defense forced 35 turnovers for the Norse to jump up early in this one. Despite the loss Norse head coach Sarah Knuth was extremely proud of her teams effort adding, “Hart is a really good, well-coached team. I’m really proud of our team for the players consistent effort and “no-quit” attitude. Addi Hovey just missed a triple-double for the Pirates going for 22 points, 10 rebounds and 9 steals on the night. Abby Hicks had herself a game with 13 points, 10 steals, and 5 rebounds. Marilyn Gaston led North Muskegon with 6 points going 3 for 3 shooting.
  • Kent City defeated Newaygo, 62-11. The Eagles would jump out to a big early lead and never look back. Kent City will move to 3-2 on the season, while the Lions sit at 1-3. Lexie Bowers led the way for Kent City with 22, 3 steals and 2 blocks. Hailey Kamphuis pitched in 16 points.
  • Mona Shores grabbed a big win over Forest Hills Northern The Sailors were able to take a solid lead into the half before holding off the Huskies. Mona Shores was led by Khaleeya Cook with 11 points. Mona Shores will play this coming Tuesday as they celebrate their 50th Anniversary of Girls Basketball when they take on Montague.
  • Spring Lake got the best of Coopersville, 41-26. The Lakers were led by Ella Andree with 13 points. Spring Lake will move to 5-1 on the season as they travel to Grand Haven on December 22.
  • Western Michigan Christian defeated West Michigan Aviation, 61-14. Ashley Folkema (23) and Brooklyn Watts (11) both reached double figures for the Warriors.
  • West Ottawa defeated Hamilton, 56-46. Gabby Reynolds had a monster game for the Panthers with 28 points. West Ottawa improves to 6-0 on the season.


  • Byron Center cruised to a 71-44 win over Petoskey. McKenna Ferguson led all scorers with 25 points, while Lily Zeinstra added 18 points and 9 rebounds.
  • East Grand Rapids defeated Westfield Prep 61-56. Macy Brown paced the Pioneers with 35 points and 11 rebounds, a remarkable game. Claire Weaver added 8 points, while Reagan Weaver scored 6 points and recorded 11 rebounds.
  • Hudsonville bested Wayne Memorial 48-46. A buzzer-beating layup by Allyson Merrihew gave the Eagles a thrilling win. Ella Reifschnedier had 15 points, while Merrihew added 10. Maddie Petroelje tossed in 8 points and 5 rebounds.
  • Lowell defeated East Kentwood 64-35. The Red Arrows used a 17-1 third quarter edge to win. Braxcynn Baker had 27 points to lead the Red Arrows, while Piper Risdon added 15 points and 18 rebounds. Lexi Howell finished with 11 points and 8 rebounds, while Taryn Jackson added 7 points and 4 assists. East Kentwood was led by Jae Montgomery with 10 points and 6 rebounds.
  • Reeths Puffer falls to DeWitt 42-29. Sophia Hekkema led RP with 13 points, while Ariel Walker added 12.