Tuesday girls basketball roundup: Mona Shores uses balanced scoring again to down GR Union and improve to 8-1

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The Mona Shores girls basketball team has been winning a lot of games with balanced scoring this season, and it happened again on Tuesday night.

Three Sailors scored in double digits, leading Mona Shores to a 56-45 victory over Grand Rapids Union in an O-K Green matchup.

Riley Rosenthal led with 15 points while Olivia Sobczak and Brooke Leroux both followed with 14.

The Sailors led 8-6 after the first quarter, 20-13 at halftime, and 33-24 going into the fourth.

Mona Shores improved to 8-1 overall and in the O-K Green conference.

LAKES 8

WESTERN MICHIGAN CHRISTIAN 70, MUSKEGON HEIGHTS 18 – Three players had big nights as the Warriors gained a victory in Muskegon Heights’ first game of the season.

Maddie Wiersema led the way with 23 points and six rebounds, Taylor Folkema tossed in 19 points and Kyla Weirsema totaled 11 points and 12 rebounds.

WMC is now 8-1 overall and 4-1 in Lakes 8 Conference play.

LUDINGTON 64, MANISTEE 19 – RyAnn Rohrer led the Orioles with 18 points, followed by Keelyn Laird with 12 and Hailey Stowe with 11.

Ludington is now 9-1 overall and 6-0 in the Lakes 8 Conference.

MUSKEGON CATHOLIC CENTRAL 66, ORCHARD VIEW 27 – The Crusaders jumped out to an early lead and kept up the pressure to get the conference win. They led 26-7 after one quarter, 42-14 going into halftime, and 53-20 at the end of the third.

Claire LaVigne scored 21 points to lead MCC. McKenna Gentry put up another 13, Katherine Rauch scored 12, and Cara Burkall totaled 11.

The Crusaders are now 4-4 overall and 3-2 in conference play.

O-K RED

GRAND HAVEN 29, CALEDONIA 20 – The Bucs led 13-12 at halftime of the low-scoring contest, then won with a 16-8 edge in the second half.

Zoe Spoelman and Molly Long each had 10 points for Grand Haven. Spoelman added seven rebounds and five blocks and Caydee Constant had four steals.

CSAA

HOLTON 40, LAKEVIEW 31 – The Red Devils led 12-4 after one quarter and 26-12 at halftime, then held on for the conference victory.

Madi Bosset led Holton with 16 points while Ryann Robins added seven and Jasmine Vriesman had six.

Holton is now 4-6 overall and 2-4 in conference play.

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