The Kent City girls basketball squad overcame a fourth quarter deficit to defeat Cedar Springs 48-45 in a non-league game on Tuesday night.

The Eagles trailed 35-30 heading into the final stanza before closing the game with a 18-10 run during the fourth.

Kent City connected on three shots beyond the three-point arc, including one from Paige Mortensen with two minutes to go to give the Kent City a 43-42 lead.

Lauren Freeland then hit a three of her own followed by two free throws to seal the win for the Eagles.

Kaitlyn Geers scored 18 points to lead the Eagles while Freeland chipped in with 12 and Mortensen added 10.

MUSKEGON CATHOLIC 40 HESPERIA 21 – The Crusaders overcame a slow 4-4 tie after the first quarter on Tuesday in a non-league game. MCC scored 22 points during the third quarter to finally pull away with a 35-8 lead heading into the fourth. Talia Tyler led the Crusaders with 17 points and six steals. Muskegon Catholic improved to 5-6 overall and 2-3 in conference play.

WESTERN MICHIGAN CHRISTIAN 60, SAUGATUCK 34 – A huge fourth quarter helped the Warriors (8-5, 3-2) pull away from Saugatuck Tuesday night. WMC outscored the Indians 20-4 during the final quarter. Aubrey Goorman led all scorers with 19 points and  blocked five shots. Cassie Kingma added 14 points, nine rebounds and seven assists for WMC and Haylee Moser chipped in with eight points.

FRUITPORT CALVARY 77, HOLLAND BLACK RIVER 15 – The Eagles (11-1) jumped out to a 50-9 lead at halftime. Allyson Richards led Fruitport Calvary with 19 points and 10 rebounds, while Kelsey Richards added 18 points and Lizzie Cammenga chipped in with 15 points. Lexy Wilson played a strong all-around game with 13 points, eight rebounds, seven assists and seven steals.

GRAND RAPIDS WEST CATHOLIC 59, MUSKEGON HEIGHTS 55 – Jakayla Anderson scored a game-high 26 points along with 12 rebounds for the Tigers. Muskegon Heights trailed 32-31 at half but fell behind 46-40 after the third quarter. Rhayshanique Anderson had 11 points, while KaWhii Morris added eight and Darnashia Day chipped in with seven.