TRAVERSE CITY — It was another tough test for Traverse City West on Tuesday.
The host Titans came up on the short end of a non-conference tilt against Midland, with the Chemics earning a 53-28 victory.
TC West (0-2) previously lost to defending Class A state champ Grand Haven.
In Tuesday's game, Midland had 22 points from junior Jess Walter, who is committed to Indiana. Lily Hani also scored 16 points.
Paris Wagner and Lauren Ellison each had seven points for the Titans, who were playing without Katie Placek.
TC West is at Grand Rapids Ottawa Hills on Saturday.
Midland won the freshman game 26-25 in overtime. Makenna Mattson paced West with nine points. Talia Polmann added seven.
Glen Lake 53 Elk Rapids 49
Glen Lake held off Elk Rapids for a 53-49 non-conference victory.
The Lakers (3-1) had 21 points, 10 rebounds, eight steals, three assists and a block from Scotlyn Brengman. Katie Stowe had 10 points, Jordan Peplinski had seven points, eight rebounds and three steals while Maddie Brown came off the bench for 12 rebounds.
Elk Rapids (1-1) had 13 points each from Rachel Hintz and Paige Granger.
Benzie Central 68 Manistee 63
Host Benzie Central picked up its first win of the season with a 68-63 victory over Manistee.
The Chippewas led 18-10 after the first quarter and were up 10 early in the second before the Huskies (1-2) poured it on with 27 points before the break for a 37-36 halftime lead. From there, Benzie Central held a slim lead the rest of the way.
Makayla Huddleston led the Huskies with 17 points while Jordan Nye had 16 points, seven steals and three assists. Sara Goodchild had 12 points and 11 rebounds while Paige Sauer had 10 points.
Manistee had 20 points from freshman Emilee Kott while sophomore Annie Fuller had 12 points.
Lake City 50 Suttons Bay 33
Elizabeth Buttis had 13 points and 15 rebounds as Lake City topped Suttons Bay 50-33 in a non-conference contest.
Laraiah Schichtel and Makayla Schichtel added 11 points and eight rebounds for the Trojans.
Lake City led 24-9 at half.
Jane Hursey paced Suttons Bay with 14 points. Beedoskah Stonefish contributed 12 points. The Norse host Glen Lake on Thursday.