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Reeths-Puffer: 70 Kenowa Hills: 53
Reeths-Puffer won for the 6th time in 7 games by taking down OK Black opponent Kenowa Hills. The Rockets led 17-11 after one quarter, 37-20 at half and 64-31 after 3 quarters. RP was led in scoring by Kaleb Mitchelson with 17 points. The win brings Reeths-Puffer’s record to 8-4 on the season.
Fruitport Calvary Christian: 57 West Michigan Aviation Academy: 74
The season just keeps getting rougher for Fruitport Calvary, as they dropped to 1-10 on the season following a loss to West Michigan Aviation Academy. Ben Zelenka led the Eagles with 25 points. Turnovers and rebounding problems early ended up ultimately hurting Calvary.
Whitehall: 68 Fremont: 66
Whitehall has been up and down all season, but they were able to pull off the stunner last night, handing Fremont their first loss of the season. The Vikings were led in scoring by Dayton Cole with 25 points. The win brings Whitehall to 4-6 and Fremont to 10-1 on the season.
Jenison: 66 Mona Shores: 54
Mona Shores was unable to get their first conference win on the season, as they fell to Jenison and trailed basically the entire game. Jaylen Hopson led the Sailors in scoring with 22 points. The loss drops Mona Shores to 2-9 on the season.
East Kentwood: 69 Grand Haven: 63
Grand Haven was unable to keep pace with state power East Kentwood as the Bucs have now lost for the fifth time in six games following a 6-0 start to the season. GH was led in scoring by Adam Strom with 14 points and the loss drops their record to 7-5.
Grand Rapids Catholic Central: 66 Spring Lake: 51
Spring Lake hung in there for most of the night against state-ranked Grand Rapids Catholic Central, but they were unable to come out with the win. The Lakers were led in scoring by Kaden George with 14 points and the loss drops them to 6-6 on the season.
Muskegon Catholic Central: 65 Hesperia: 17
MCC was dominant in all phases all night, as they had a 17-1 lead after the first quarter and a 32-7 lead at the half. The Crusaders were led in scoring by Jared Dugener with 20 points and the win brought their record to 4-6 on the season.
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