Girls hoops roundup: Fruitport Calvary sneaks past a good Hart squad 53-47

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Sophomore Kelsey Richards poured in 29 points to lead the Fruitport Calvary Christian girls basketball team to a 53-47 non-league win over Hart on Tuesday.

It was a big night for Richards, who surpassed the 1,000-point mark for her career.

The Eagles (15-3, 7-0) got strong contributions from Brionna Johnson with 16 rebounds and five steals while Lizzie Cammenga added 10 points. The Pirates were led by Yasmine Colon with 22 points.

SAUGATUCK 48, NORTH MUSKEGON 41 – A slow start in both the first and second half hurt the Norse on Tuesday. North Muskegon trailed 15-8 after the first quarter, then cut their deficit to five points, 25-20, at halftime. But Saugatuck had a 16-6 advantage in the third quarter to take control. Abby Grevel and Syann Fairfield led the Norse (4-15, 2-11) with 10 and nine points, respectively.

HOLTON 62, ORCHARD VIEW 49 – A huge first half helped lead the Red Devils to a victory. Holton led 18-7 after the first quarter, 36-23 at halftime, and 49-38 at the end of the third. Andreanna Fitzgerald and Haylee Brant led the Red Devils with 13 points apiece while Karlee Bates and Kaylie Piper each added 12. Denyah Oakes led the Cardinals with 21 points.

MANTON 55, MASON COUNTY CENTRAL 49 – Abby Brown’s 25 points pushed Manton past the Spartans in the non-league tilt. Mason County Central led 15-14 after the first quarter, but squandered that lead in the second and trailed 31-27 at halftime. Manton led by six heading into the fourth quarter and hung on for the win. Rachel Allen led the Spartans (11-7, 8-5) with 19 points.

WEST MICHIGAN D  

PENTWATER 47, MASON COUNTY EASTERN 34 – Taylor Wilkinson’s 14-point, 17-rebound double-double led the Falcons to a conference victory. The Falcons started out hot, grabbing a 29-11 lead at halftime. The Cardinals cut into that lead in the third quarter with a 13-4 edge, but Pentwater had a four-point advantage in the fourth quarter to snag the victory. The Falcons improved to 12-5 on the season and 10-1 in the conference.

 

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