WMC girls hoops roundup: Rachel Allen propels Mason County Central over Shelby

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Rachel Allen’s near triple-double led the Mason County Central girls basketball team to a West Michigan Conference win over Shelby 54-21 on Tuesday night.

Allen scored 14 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and had eight steals.

MCC shutout Tigers 9-0 in the first quarter, and didn’t look back. The Spartans led 18-7 at halftimem and put the game out of reach with 20 points in third quarter and 16 in the fourth stanza.

Gracie Van Dyke added 12 points for Mason County Central while Maddy Bladzik chipped in 11 points along with four assists. Kelly Kosiboski had six points and 11 rebounds.

The Spartans are now 9-3 overall and 7-2 in conference play.

WHITEHALL 60, HART 33 – Kacy Jeffries’ 12-point and six-rebound performance propelled the Vikings to a league win.

Jeffries scored eight of her points during the second quarter to give Whitehall an 11-point advantage at halftime.

Rileigh Thommen added nine points and six steals for the Vikings while Sierra Spann chipped in with eight points.

The Pirates were led by Jayd Hovey with eight points.

Whitehall improved to 11-1 overall and boasted to a 9-1 conference record.

MONTAGUE 42, NORTH MUSKEGON 28– The Wildcats closed out the contest strong with a 20-6 run during the final stanza to earn a league victory.

The game was tied 12-12 after the first quarter, North Muskegon led 17-15 at halftime and the game was once again knotted up 22-22 through three quarters.

Braquelle Osborn and Ally Hall led the Wildcats with 12 and nine points, respectively.

The Norse were paced by Syann Fairfield with nine points while Chandler Falkowski grabbed 10 rebounds on her birthday.

Montague is now 8-4 on the season and 6-3 in conference play.

OAKRIDGE 55, RAVENNA 24- The Eagles ran away with a West Michigan Conference win Tuesday night over the Bulldogs.

Sophia Wiard led the Eagles with 30 points, six assists and two steals. Brie Pastor added 11 points for Oakridge.

The Eagles moved to 11-2 on the season and 10-1 in league play.

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