The Ravenna girls basketball team picked up a narrow West Michigan Conference victory on Monday night, defeating Shelby 40-38.
Haley Lemkie led Ravenna with 18 points while teammate Emma Gillard had 10 points in the win over Shelby.
Ravenna trailed 15-4 after one quarter and 24-20 at halftime before leading 30-28 at the end of the third quarter.
Over the final eight minutes, Ravenna and Shelby each scored 10 points but Shelby was unable to overcome the third quarter deficit.
Shelby was led by Lexi Schultz had 15 points while teammate Kendall Zoulek added 12 points.
KENT CITY 46, GRAND RAPIDS CHRISTIAN 41- Kenzie Bowers led the way with 15 points as Kent City beat Grand Rapids Christian in an early season showcase of top teams.
Jenna Harrison also had 12 points, while Maddie Geers had eight and Emma Geers had seven respectively for the Eagles.
Kent City was down 10-9 after the first quarter and 25-24 at halftime but took the lead after the third, going up 33-31.
In the final quarter, Kent City outscored Grand Rapids Christian 13-10.
The Eagles are now 4-0 overall and remain 2-0 in the CSAA. Kent City will play Holton at home on Friday.
NORTH MUSKEGON 37, WHITE CLOUD 35- Molly Stewart led the way with 12 points on four three pointers in North Muskegon’s victory on Monday night.
Teammate Jasmine Duncan had nine points and nine rebounds while Syann Fairfield had seven points and five assists.
The Norsemen were down 10-2 after the first quarter, 18-13 going into halftime, and 30-28 at the end of their quarter before coming back for victory.
The Norsemen are now 1-0 overall.
HART 46, OAKRIDGE 35- Hart was led by Jayd Hovey with 13 points, seven rebounds, and five steals in the victory on Monday night.
Aspen Boutell had 11 points while Kendall Williamson had eight rebounds, four assists, and three blocks for the Pirates.
The first quarter was ended at 9-9 before Hart led going into halftime 26-22, and 40-24 at the end of the third quarter.
LUDINGTON 38, MASON COUNTY CENTRAL 15- Gabby Jensen led Mason County Central with five points and four rebounds in their loss to Ludington.
Ludington led 12-3 in the first quarter, 26-3 going into halftime, and 33-10 at the end of the third quarter.