Marshall girls' golf headed back to state

Marshall girls' golf headed back to state

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Marshall girls' golf headed back to state

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The Marshall girls’ golf team is headed back to the state tournament for the seventh straight season.

The Redhawks punched their ticket by way of a third-place finish at the Division 3 regional at Angels Crossing in Vicksburg on Wednesday, carding a 392.

Hastings won with a 367 and Plainwell was second with a 391. The top three teams and top three individuals not on those teams advance to the MHSAA state tournament.

“It was miserable weather with the wind, but I figured if we shot in the 390s we’d get out,” said Marshall head coach Dick Hamilton. “So 391 today was good. My three, four, and five (scorers) hung in there for me.”

Marshall’s Amanda Genise had 84 to finish second. Sammi Price shot a 92, Annie Cape had a 106 and Jill Puckett had a 110.

Harper Creek’s Jozlin Johnson qualified as an individual with a round of 87.

Coldwater’s Anna Wendorf shot a 95 to tie for third place. There will be a one-hole playoff against a Vicksburg golfer on Thursday to see who advances to the state finals.

VOLLEYBALL

Delton Kellogg 3, (At) Olivet 0: Delton Kellogg won by scores of 25-17, 25-19 and 25-14.

Olivet (6-12-2, 3-4 KVA) Aleena Janousek had seven kills and three aces; Kaylyn Westlake had 16 assists; Daniela Garza had nine digs; Mariah Sterley had three blocks.

(AT) Lakeview 3, B.C. Central 0: Lakeview won by scores of 25-5, 25-8 and 25-7.

The Spartans (25-11, 5-1 SMAC East) were led by Macy McCullough with 10 kills and two blocks; Casey Looper had eight kills and six aces; Payton Moore had 16 assists and seven aces; Madelyn Drikakis had three digs and four aces; Julia Miller had 10 assists and three digs; and Hannah Emery had three digs, one block and six kills.

Battle Creek Central was led by Lacey Jones with four digs; Halie Hampton had five assists; Shomaria Swift had two kills and Cykarah Pierce had two blocks.

(At) Coldwater 3, Harper Creek 0: Coldwater won by scores of 25-19, 25-19 and 25-21.

The Cardinals (26-5-2) were led by BreeAnn Spangler with 10 kills, six blocks and 14 digs; Lauren Outwater had five kills and six blocks; Paige Holicki had six kills, six blocks and 15 digs; Meghan Schorfhaar had 19 digs; and Morgan Klein had four kills and 14 digs.

The Beavers (16-19-9) were led by Lexi Latshaw with 29 assists, five kills, two blocks and 12 digs; Olivia Black had seven kills and one block; Olivia Leson had 10 kills and four blocks; Kendall Latshaw had 23 digs; Breanna Ganton had 12 digs and four digs.

(At) Gull Lake 3, Loy Norrix 0: Class A top-ranked Gull Lake won by scores of 25-8, 25-9 and 25-15.

The Blue Devils (41-4, 6-0 SMAC East) were led by Leah Perri with eight kills and four blocks; Katie Schau had 24 assists; Courtney Senkewitz had eight kills and six digs; and Morgan Schick and Nicole Ambrosio had three aces.

BOYS’ SOCCER

Battle Creek Central 3, (At) Pennfield 1: BCC’s Ni Ceu scored a goal and had two assists in the win. Zony Ahling and Bawi Sang each scored, Antonio Quintero had an assist, and Hexxon Villa made 12 saves in goal for the Bearcats (11-7).

Dansville 2, (At) Olivet 0: Russell Pliley made eight saves in goal for the Eagles (3-11-1).

(At) Delton Kellogg 4, Gobles 2: Delton Kellogg’s Keith Malachowski and Zach Simmon had two goals apiece in the victory for the Panthers (5-10-1).

Correction

Nicholas Insley had the second-best time for Battle Creek Central in the Calhoun County Cross Country Invitational on Tuesday with a time of 18:04.88. His time was omitted from the results in Wednesday’s edition.

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