The Lakeview girls’ golf team carded a second-day total of 372 in Saturday’s Big 16 Championships at Island Hills GC, securing the runner-up spot in the conference.
Lakeview shot a first-day total of 362 on Aug. 28 and finished the league competition with an overall score of 734. St. Joseph won the conference championship thanks to its score of 343 on Saturday, giving it a 697 total.
Gull Lake shot a 401 and finished third overall (789 total), Coldwater shot a 389 and finished fourth overall (799 total), Marshall shot a 343 and finished fifth overall (807), Harper Creek shot a 435 and finished eighth overall (882 total).
The Spartans were led Saturday by Amanda Noakes (82, second overall), Megan Strole (89, third overall), Julia Ryan (91, fifth overall), Addie Pyatte (110) and Chika Manu (116).
Gull Lake was paced by Cydney Martell (94, sixth overall) and Jenna Vandenberg (94, 10th overall). Also scoring for the Blue Devils were Taylor Ramage (105), Sophia Udell (108) and Alexis Southwick (123).
Coldwater was led by Anna Wendorf (88, seventh overall), Jamie Maxson (98), Cecelia Ward (100), Emma Dwyer (106) and M. Zein (103).
Marshall’s top scorers were Sammy Price (91, eighth overall), Alena Bucynski (100), Annie Cape and Jill Puckett (104s) and Shannon Hicks (104).
Harper Creek’s top finishers were Miranda Maddox (99), Maeve Hammond (104), Page Brady and Baylee Wilkins (116s) and Madison Schulz (120).
Portage Central Invite: Class D top-ranked St. Philip went 3-1 on the day, defeating Fruitport (25-9, 25-12), East Kentwood (18-25, 25-21, 17-15), Gull Lake (25-17, 25-15) and losing to Forest Hills Northern (19-25, 25-19, 15-13).
The Tigers (27-4-1) were led by Miss Volleyball Award candidate Sierra Hubbard Neil with 63 kills, 26 digs, four blocks and nine aces. Also for St. Philip, Emily Schaub had 92 assists and seven kills, Megan Parker had 28 digs, Rachel Gallagher had 17 digs, Abby McKinzie had 16 digs and Emily Freybler had 16 kills, three blocks and 17 digs.
(At) Rudolf Steiner 3, Calhoun Christian 0 (Fri.): The visiting Cougars fell 25-6, 25-20, 25-10. For Calhoun Christian, Denise Penrod had seven digs, Kirby Frodge had six assists, and Mai Moody had seven kills.
Carson City-Crystal Invite: The St. Philip girls team placed 10th in the Blue Division, while the Tigers’ boys team finished 14th.
In the girls race, St. Philip was led by Avan Strenge (fifth, 20:01), Riley Rutherford (21st, 21:33), Megan Casterline (24:49), Abriana Burill (25:29) and Olivia Ritsema (25:31).
In the boys’ race, St. Philip’s scorers were Nicholas Newton (19:14), Jack Greenman (19:25), Rook Lantinga (21:07), Jordan Snyder (23:26) and Jack Wojcik (23:28).
Otsego Invite: The Marshall girls team won the 12-team Gold Division race for the sixth year in a row with 70 points. The Redhawks were led by Abbey Ufkes (sixth, 20:28), Lauren Feasel (eighth, 20:34), Rachel Scheopke (ninth, 20:36), Anyah Preston (19th, 22:02) and Tiffany Gross (22:57).
The Marshall boys placed second in the 13-team Gold Division race with 81 points. The Redhawks’ scorers were Kurt Swaton (fourth, 17:00), Weston Herman (11th, 18:02), August Tierney (18:30), Chris Bell (21st, 18:36) and Calvin Smith (26th, 18:39).
The Coldwater girls team placed 14th in the Blue Division race with 433 points. Scoring for the Cardinals were Natalee Dally (66th, 21:27), Josilyn Quimby (88th, 23:09), Kelly Haskins (92nd, 23:49), Madison Marsh (93rd, 23:53) and Andrea Sowles (94th, 23:54).
The Coldwater boys team finished sixth in the 11-team Blue Division race with 184 points. The Cardinals were led by Spencer Leist (27th, 17:27), Adam Clemens (33rd, 17:35), Josh Evers (35th, 17:36), Matt Acmoody (40th, 17:47) and Zack Murphy (49th, 17:53).
Lakeview 5, Parma Western 1: In a match played at Albion College, Lakeview improved to 15-3-1 overall behind Jaden Sebring’s two goals. Also scoring for the Spartans were Cole Dopp, JT Rivera and Fernando Hurtado. Dopp, Hurtado, Austin Anderson and James Hlawncceu had an assist apiece, while Parker Daniels made three saves in goal.
(At) Coldwater 7, Tecumseh 1: Coldwater improved to 11-2 overall, as Nooh Aljabaly netted a hat trick with three goals. Also for the Cardinals, Wageeh Saeed had two goals, and Jesse Martinez and Mohamed Aljabaly had a goal apiece. Mohamed Aljabaly also had two assists, while Sean Delaney, Fadel Said, Eric Catlin and Scout Case each had an assist. Ian Wright made five stops in goal.