Girls hoops roundup 2/3: Mona Shores wins big; Fruitport, Holton, Fruitport Calvary also post victories

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The Mona Shores Sailors’ girls grabbed the early lead and never looked back in a 61-26 nonleague basketball victory over Western Michigan Christian.

The host Sailors led 36-13 at the half and 54-16 after three quarters.

Shores #22 Jordan Walker makes the save photo/Tim Reilly

Jordan Walker makes the save for Mona Shores. photo/Tim Reilly

Jordan Walker led Shores with 22 points and Shamara Tumblin added 10 points.

Cassie Kingma led WMC with seven points.

Fruitport 50, Allendale 33 – The Trojans outscored Allendale in every quarter and led 23-12 at the half. Fruitport was led by Iyana Brown with 29 points and Alyssa Veihl with eight points and 12 rebounds.

Holton 49, North Muskegon 32 – The Red Devils used a 13-6 first quarter edge and held on for the win. Jacki Stone and Rachel Younts paced Holton with 13 and 11 points, respectively. Christy Peck and Raven Fairfield each had six points for North Muskegon.

Fruitport Calvary 67, Holland Calvary 21 – Taylor Richards scored 24 points and pulled down 14 rebounds to lead the Eagles (11-2, 7-0 Alliance) to the league win. Allyson Richards added 20 points and nine rebounds. Fruitport Calvary also received strong games from Hannah Roberts with 14 points and six steals and Jordyn Hamilton dished out seven assists. Emma J. We’d led Calvary with six points.

Tri-County 48, Fremont 24 –The Packers’ offense was sluggish from the opening tip. Only scoring one point in the first quarter put the Packers in a hole. Fremont was led by Lexie Bradley with 10 points.

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