GIRLS BASKETBALL Reed City 45, Tri County 32 HOWARD CITY \u2014 For the second straight week, Reed City (9-8, 8-5) scored a CSAA victory over Tri County on Feb. 14. Kamryn Myers had 17 points while Melanie Nelson had eight and Alyssa Olds and Emily Libey added seven apiece. Reed City was up 13-7 after the first quarter, 22-15 at halftime and 34-19 after the third quarter. Evart girls EVART \u2014 Evart\u2019s girls basketball team entered this week with a 4-14 record overall and 2-10 Highland Conference mark. The regular season ends at home against Marion on Thursday. Next Monday, Evart plays Pine River in a district first round game. Last week, the Wildcats lost 63-17 to Manton on Friday and 58-11 to White Cloud on Feb. 14. BOYS BASKETBALL Pine River 56, Marion 30 LEROY \u2014 Trevor Holmes had 16 points and 12 rebounds while Owen Gray and Bradley Holmes had eight points apiece and Mason Powell had eight rebounds and seven assists for Pine River (7-6 5-5) in this Highland Conference win on Feb. 14. COMPETITIVE CHEER Evart 10th EVART \u2014 Evart\u2019s competitive cheer team competed at the Division 4 districts Saturday at Holton, with the goal of finishing in the top four and advancing to the regionals this weekend. But the Wildcats, who entered the meet seeded fifth, wound up in 10th. \u201cWe had a rough round 1,\u201d Evart coach Marty Pattee said. \u201cIt\u2019s hard coming back from that when everyone is strong at districts. It was not a good day. I know theyll come back strong as a team next year.\u201d Round 3, which involves mounts, was Evart\u2019s strongest round this season. \u201cIf you go by round 3, we would have been in the top five (at districts),\u201d Pattee said.