Tuesday’s H.S. Basketball Results



St. Joe 59, Berrien Springs 36
The Shamrocks jumped out to a 14-12 lead after the first quarter but the Bears outscored them 17-3 in the second and never looked back. Griffin Shinrock and Jeremiah Sterling each scored 13 points to lead St. Joe. Byron Tate scored 12 points in the loss for Berrien Springs.

New Buffalo 74, Michigan Lutheran 42
The Bison set the tone early as they took a 24-5 lead after the first quarter. The two teams played even in the second quarter, but New Buffalo slowly added to the lead after the break and the Titans couldn’t keep pace. Kaden Parmley led New Buffalo with 22 points. Max Plocher scored nine in the loss for Lutheran.

Lakeview 56, Niles 53
In a hard fought game that went down to the wire, Lakeview edges out Niles 56-53. Mike Gilcrese scored 22 points in the loss for the Vikings with Mari Nichols adding 14.

River Valley 65, Black River 23
The Mustangs took control early and continued to pull away for the win. Jacob Barbour led River Valley with 13 points.

Brandywine 49, Gobles 46
Trailing most of the night, Brandywine rallied to take the lead in the fourth quarter. Gobles had the ball in the closing seconds for a chance to tie the game, but came up short. Brady Burnell scored 17 points in the loss for the Tigers.

Hartford 71, White Pigeon 49
Aaron Sinclair led three Indians in double figures with 26 points. Elijah Rodarte added 11 and Elijah Ledesma finished with ten. Kaden Johnson turned in 12 rebounds and nine blocked shots for Hartford.

Cassopolis 67, Marcellus 65
Marcellus took a five point lead after one quarter but Cassopolis pulled to within three at the half, to within two after three, and eventually pulled it out in the end. Gavin Etter poured in 32 points in the loss for Marcellus.

Kalamazoo Central 48, Lakeshore 45
Loy Norrix 71, Mattawan 46
Portage Central 60, Battle Creek Central 54
Portage Northern 65, Gull Lake 64   2OT

Buchanan 77, Allegan 52
Battle Creek Academy 59, Covert 26
Paw Paw 53, Comstock 49
Holland Calvary 81, Saugatuck 44
Lake Odessa-Lakewood 62, Delton-Kellogg 40

Martin 52,  Watervliet 41
Schoolcraft 74, Constantine 29
Kalamazoo Christian 61, Galesburg-Augusta 30

Eau Claire 77, Bangor 46
Centreville 65, Mendon 38

Vicksburg 72, Three Rivers 65





Kalamazoo Central 57, Lakeshore 37
The Lancers started strong, taking a 10-4 lead after the first quarter. Kalamazoo Central then scored 17 points in the second and 29 in the third to take control. Morgan Tillman scored 12 points in the loss for Lakeshore.

Michigan Lutheran 35, Benton Harbor 33
Mara Rugen and Jessi Jewell each scored 13 points in leading Lutheran. Benton Harbor got 11 points from Shaliya Perkins.

Berrien Springs 48, Lake Michigan Catholic 46   OT
The Shamrocks rallied to force overtime and eventually pulled out the BCS non-division win. Zoe Dortch and Taneya Shivers each scored 16 points to lead Berrien Springs. Maggie Tidey scored a game high 24 points in the loss for the Lakers.

Niles 52, Lakeview 45
Niles fell behind early but rallied to take a three point lead into the half. They then outscored the Spartans by six in the fourth quarter to secure the win. Alycia Patterson led Niles with 21 points, three assists, and three steals. Kamryn Patterson added ten points and three assists.

White Pigeon 46, Hartford 35
The Indians fell to White Pigeon despite having three players score in double figures. Megan Nelson led Harford with 12 points, Jaeylyn Galbraith added 11, and Alexis Snodgrass finished with ten.

Mattawan 56, Loy Norrix 35
Portage Central 54, Battle Creek Central 37
Gull Lake 71, Portage Northern 34

Edwardsburg 51, St. Joe 33
Coloma 54, Dowagiac 33
Buchanan 56, Allegan 41
Gobles 39, Brandywine 33
Covert 23, Battle Creek Academy 20
Paw Paw 46, Comstock 42
Plainwell 46, Grand Rapids Covenant Christian 45
Calhoun Christian 42, Sturgis 36
Delton-Kellogg 44, Lake Odessa-Lakewood 39

New Buffalo 46, Bridgman 29

Martin 53, Watervliet 33
Kalamazoo Christian 29, Galesburg-Augusta 25
Schoolcraft 69, Constantine 35

Bloomingdale 40, Decatur 35
Centreville 48, Mendon 29