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WMC girls basketball: Holton rallies past North Muskegon in OT; Mason County Central wins

Roundup from games played Monday, Jan. 31, 2022.

COMING WEDNESDAY: West Michigan Conference girls basketball stat leaders!

It was a light night for West Michigan Conference girls basketball teams in nonleague action Monday.

At North Muskegon, the host Norse dropped an overtime heartbreaker to future conference rival Holton. Meanwhile, Mason County Central pulled away for a home win over White Cloud.

Here are details from those two games played Jan. 31, 2022:

HOLTON 48, NORTH MUSKEGON 43 (OT): At North Muskegon, the visiting Red Devils used a 19-8 fourth-quarter scoring advantage to send the game to overtime, where they won it by outscoring the hosts 7-2 in the extra session. Next season, Holton and North Muskegon will be conference rivals, as the Red Devils join the West Michigan Conference beginning in the 2022-23 school year.

Holton leaders:

Ryann Robins 12 points, 14 rebounds

Abbie Fowler 9 points, 7 assists, 7 steals

Courtney Boes 8 points, 8 steals

North Muskegon leader:

Josee Cooke 12 points


Holton 6-5 overall (2-3 CSAA Silver)

North Muskegon 3-10 overall (0-9 WMC)

Next games:

Holton at Lakeview, 4 p.m. Tuesday

Ravenna at North Muskegon, 7 p.m. Thursday

Josee Cooke of the North Muskegon girls basketball team is photographed at the CatchMark Media Day on Nov. 24, 2021, in Whitehall, Mich. (Cody Ottinger | CatchMark)

MASON COUNTY CENTRAL 34, WHITE CLOUD 20: At Mason County Central, the host Spartans pulled away in the fourth quarter with a 15-5 scoring run in this nonleague matchup.

Mason County Central leaders:

Mallory Miller 11 points

Wren Nelson 8 points, 4 rebounds

White Cloud leaders:

No stats submitted


Mason County Central 7-5 overall (4-4 WMC)

White Cloud 6-8 overall (3-3 CSAA Silver)

Next games:

Mason County Central at Oakridge, 7:30 p.m. Thursday

Holton at White Cloud, 5:30 p.m. Friday

Graphic by Amy Yonkman | CatchMark

Lead writer for CatchMark SportsNet and Web Services leader for CatchMark Technologies.

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