The Whitehall girls basketball team pulled out a 35-32 non-league victory over Ludington on Tuesday.

The Vikings led 21-16 at halftime, then hung on for the victory when Ludington missed a game-tying three-point attempt at the buzzer.

Whitehall, now 2-1 on the season, was led by Kacy Jeffries with 11 points and Katelyn Goodrich with eight.

Sierra Spann chipped in a team-high 11 rebounds for the Vikings.

MUSKEGON CATHOLIC 39, GRAND RIVER PREP 22 – Zoie Price had a big night for the Crusaders with 10 points and 10 rebounds. Hannah Ladd added eight points and three assists. Jasmyn Koon scored 11 points for Grand River Prep.

ROCKFORD 45, SPRING LAKE 36 – The Lakers jumped out to a 23-16 lead at halftime, but Rockford took control with a 29-15 edge in the second half. Madelyn Nelson led Spring Lake with 10 points while Jenna Core and Phoebe Saunders each scored eight.

KENT CITY 55, COOPERSVILLE 40 – Kent City trailed 24-15 at halftime, but pulled ahead 38-34 by the end of the third quarter, due largely to Kenzie Bowers’ 12-points in the third. Bowers finished with 22 points for the Eagles.

MONTAGUE 54, TRI-UNITY CHRISTIAN 24 – A 16-0 first quarter lead helped Montague claim the easy victory. Montague (2-1) was led in scoring by Kat Moreau with 11 points. Allyssa Bobian added a stat-sheet-stuffing performance with nine points, 10 rebounds and four assists.

MASON COUNTY CENTRAL 49, FRUITPORT CALVARY CHRISTIAN 32 – The Spartans jumped out to a 15-6 lead after the first quarter. The Eagles lowered the deficit to eight heading into halftime, but Mason County Central pulled away with a 25-14 advantage in the second half. Maddy Bladzik led MCC with 12 points while Kelsey Kosiboski added eight points and seven rebounds. Lizzie Cammenga scored 18 points for Fruitport Calvary.

ZEELAND EAST 64, FRUITPORT 14 – Zeeland East jumped out to a 19-2 lead after the first quarter and led 35-5 at halftime. Fruitport, now 1-2, was led by Kailey Carmean with nine points and Ellie Fisher with nine rebounds.

PENTWATERĀ  49, RAVENNA 39 – The Falcons jumped out to a decisive 18-4 lead after one quarter. Julia Hall paced Pentwater with 13 points while Taylor Wilkinson pulled down eight rebounds.