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West Michigan Conference girls basketball: Roundup from Nov. 28-29, 2022

Get the scores and details from games reported to CatchMark SportsNet.

Ludington students cheer on the Orioles during Hart’s 43-42 overtime victory in a girls basketball season opener Tuesday, Nov. 29, 2022, at Hawley Gymnasium in Ludington, Mich. (Scott DeCamp | CatchMark)

The 2022-23 Michigan girls high school basketball season officially began Monday (Nov. 28), but it got started in earnest on Tuesday (Nov. 29).

Below are scores and details from games involving West Michigan Conference teams from Monday and Tuesday:


HART 43, LUDINGTON 42 (OT): Visiting Hart rallied from a nine-point, fourth-quarter deficit en route to a thrilling WMC nondivisional win at host Ludington.

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MONTAGUE 54, COMSTOCK PARK 24: The Wildcats used balanced scoring to win their season opener on their home court Tuesday night.

Montague leaders:

Kendall Osborne 14 points, 8 rebounds, 6 steals, 3 assists

Emma Peterson 13 points, 4 rebounds, 2 assists

Braylyn Bultema 10 points, 4 rebounds

Comstock Park leaders:

No stats submitted


Montague 1-0

Comstock Park 0-1


WHITEHALL 41, CADILLAC 36 (OT): The Vikings won an overtime thriller in Brian Milliron’s first game at the helm, opening the season in the nonleague home game.

Whitehall leaders:

Autumn Ferris 12 points

Lola Buckner 7 points

Lexi Daggett 6 points

Cadillac leaders:

No stats submitted


Whitehall 1-0

Cadillac 0-1


SPRING LAKE 47, FREMONT 34: Turnovers plagued the host Packers in a season-opening, nonleague loss to the Lakers.

Fremont leaders:

Jessica Bennett 11 points, 7 rebounds

Lily VandenBerg 6 points

Khaila Noordyk 6 points

Spring Lake leaders:

Brooke Bolthouse 13 points

Ella Andree 13 points

Tesse Britt 8 points


Fremont 0-1

Spring Lake 1-0


HOLTON 48, FRUITPORT CALVARY CHRISTIAN 34: The Red Devils opened their season with a solid nonconference road win.

Holton leaders:

Ryann Robins 18 points, 10 rebounds

Courtney Boes 12 points, 6 rebounds, 5 steals, 3 assists

Abby Fowler 6 points, 7 rebounds, 4 steals, 4 assists

Layla Cannady 6 points, 4 rebounds

Fruitport Calvary leaders:

No stats submitted


Holton 1-0

Fruitport Calvary Christian 0-1


RAVENNA 26, COOPERSVILLE 25: In a back-and-forth contest, Luke Houseman earned his first win as the Bulldogs’ coach in the back-and-forth nonleague matchup.

Ravenna leaders:

Emma Gillard 7 points

Addy Gillard 7 points

Emily Postema 6 points

Coopersville leaders:

No stats submitted


Ravenna 1-0

Coopersville 0-1


MASON COUNTY CENTRAL 54, MANISTEE 22: The visiting Spartans started their season on the right foot, cruising to a WMC nondivisional victory over the Chippewas.

MCC leaders:

Wren Nelson 13 points, 10 rebounds, 2 blocks

Mallory Miller 13 points, 7 assists, 2 steals

Grace Weinert 5 points, 5 assists, 3 steals

Manistee leader:

Allison Kelley 6 points


Mason County Central 1-0

Manistee 1-1


MUSKEGON CATHOLIC CENTRAL 30, NORTH MUSKEGON 14: The Norse lost their season opener at home in a nonconference matchup with the Crusaders. The Norse had 18 turnovers, but also came up with 13 steals.

North Muskegon leaders:

Grce Philpot 6 points

Abbie Wiegers 5 points

Kaylee Martin 5 rebounds, 3 steals

Georgia Skujins 5 rebounds

Emma Buchmiller 4 steals

MCC leaders:

Carrie Ladd 16 points

Claire LaVigne 8 points


North Muskegon 0-1

Muskegon Catholic Central 1-0



No stats or other info was submitted


Shelby 1-0

Newaygo 0-1



No stats or other info was submitted


Godwin Heights 1-0

Orchard View 0-1



No stats or other info submitted


Hesperia 1-1

White Cloud 1-0



MANISTEE 43, LEROY PINE RIVER 38: The Chippewas opened their season with a home victory in nonconference action Monday night.

Manistee leaders:

Libby McCarthy 14 points, 8 rebounds

Jayna Edmondson 9 points

Pine River leaders:

No stats submitted


Manistee 1-0

Pine River 0-1


HESPERIA 31, WALKERVILLE 18: The Panthers opened their season with a home, nonconference victory.

Hesperia leaders:

Mia Milner 11 points

Samy Logana 7 points

Walkerville leaders:

No stats submitted


Hesperia 1-0

Walkerville 0-1

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