Girls basketball Reed City 41, Lakeview 29 LAKEVIEW \u2014 Emily Libey scored 11 points to lead Reed City (1-1) to this non-league win on Friday. Alyssa Olds scored nine and Kamryn Myers had seven. \u201cI thought our defense was really good,\u201d Reed City coach Brian Koopman said. \u201cWe rebounded the ball well. Overall, it was a good team effort and win on the road.\u201d Reed City will host Newaygo on Friday. Pine River 46, Morley Stanwood 26 MORLEY\u00a0 \u2014 Kierra Justin had 14 points and six rebounds, while KayLee Goodman had 11 points and Logan Powell had nine points and five rebounds in leading Pine River over Morley Stanwood in non-league action on Friday. Julie Justin added six points and five rebounds and five assists for Pine River (2-0) over the Mohawks (1-1). Anna Lindquist had four points and eight rebounds for the Bucks. \u201cI thought we played really strong the first three quarters,\u201d Pine River coach Shawn Ruppert said. \u201cWe got a lot of easy shots off the press. There\u2019s always things we can do better, but we\u2019re pretty happy.\u201d Pine River is home against Evart on Friday. Morley Stanwood is home against Hesperia in Central State Activities Association.