SPRING LAKE — Some halftime adjustments, and a hot shooting third quarter, powered the Spring Lake girls basketball team to a 56-48 non-conference win over visiting West Michigan Christian at home Saturday.

WMC started out strong, outscoring the Lakers, 14-7 in the first quarter and 11-10 in the second to build a 25-17 lead at the halftime intermission.

But, the Lakers burned the nets in the third period, knocking down five 3-point shots en route to a 17-13 run that cut WMC’s lead to four, 38-34 entering the fourth quarter.

The Warriors struggled taking care of the ball in the fourth quarter, commiting seven turnovers and couldn’t get any good shots.

Lexie Daggett scored 11 points in the fourth quarter to keep the Warriors in the game, but the Lakers wouldn’t be denied and pulled away with a 17-10 final run.

“We will work on our passing and ball handling this week,” Warriors head coach Jeremy Goorman said. “It was a learning experience.

“Spring Lake was very physical with our three six-footers, and it worked in their favor. We have to get past that if we want to win close games.”

Daggett finished with 18 points to lead all scorers in the game for WMC, while Kyla Wiersema scored 17 and Maddie Wiersema added nine.

Ella Andree led the Lakers with 15 points. She also had three rebounds and four steals. Jennifer Judge popped in 13 points, hauled in three rebounds and had three steals.

Meah Bajt added 10 points, six rebounds, six assists and four steals. Nicole Schmidt contributed 10 points and three rebounds. Emma Nicles and Alexa Carter had solid games with five and four points, respectively.

With their second straight win, the Lakes improve their record to 10-4 overall. Spring Lake is next scheduled to host Allendale on Wednesday, Feb. 9.

The Warriors saw their two-game winning streak snapped as they dropped to 9-4 overall. West Michigan Christian is next scheduled to see action Friday, Feb. 11 at Manistee.