Boys hoops roundup 2/3: Muskegon Heights, Holton, Hesperia post nonleague victories

Local Sports Journal

The Muskegon Heights Tigers used balanced scoring to produce a 72-64 victory over Ludington on Tuesday night.

Antonio Jones led Muskegon Heights with 17 points. Anthony Jones and DeMonte Jones added 11 points each.

Cameron Bandstra led the Orioles with 25 points. Jack Botiel and Ryan Bowen each chipped in with 13 points.

Grand Rapids Covenant Christian 60, Muskegon Catholic 36 – The host Chargers raced to a 34-16 halftime lead and cruised to the victory the Crusaders. Christian Martinez led MCC with 10 points. Jared Minderhoud led Covenant with 23 points.

Comstock Park 48, Fruitport 31 – Fruitport grabbed a slim lead in the third quarter, but could not hang on against Comstock Park. The game was tied at 17-all at the half. Nathan Kriger led Fruitport with 11 points and eight rebounds. Nick Kramer pulled down seven rebounds. Jarrod Ejsmont led Comstock Park with 18 points and six rebounds.

Holton 44, Orchard View 36 – Three players scored in double figures for Holton in a nonleague victory over Orchard View. Clay Mullins led for the Red Devils with 15 points and seven rebounds. Jacob Bowden and Kevin Slowik each added 10 points. Matias Keyes led OV with 14 points and 14 rebounds.

Hesperia 69, Wyoming Lee 59 – Nate McKeown scored 21 points and Eric Rosema pulled down 17 rebounds to lead Hesperia. Traxton Gordon and Jake Palmer each scored 13 points.

Grant 41, Sparta 32 – The Tiger defense came out roaring on the road in a victory over Sparta. Grant allowed just two points in the first. The Tigers were led by Chad McCracken had 15 points to lead Grant.

Newaygo 59, White Cloud 26 – The Lions jumped out to a 19-3 lead after the first quarter and a 50-21 lead after the third.  Reo Heinzman led the Lions with 14 points while Sean Karrip added 13 in the victory.

Holland Calvary 47, Fruitport Calvary Christian 40 – The Eagles fell behind 13-6 at the end of the first quarter and never recovered.  Will Dukes led the Eagles with 13 points while Brendan Hamilton had 11 points.

Tri-County 75, Fremont 72 (OT) – In a game that was close from start to finish, the Vikings came away with a narrow victory. The game was tied at 62-all after regulation before Tri-County outscored Fremont 13-10 in the extra session.

 

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