With ideal conditions at Island Hills Golf Club, the Lakeview boys’ golf team was set up to have a pretty nice day on Monday.
What the Division 1 top-ranked Spartans did was post the best 18-round performance in school history.
Lakeview was atop the standings after Day 1 of the two-day Southwestern Michigan Athletic Association Championships thanks to it’s school-record total of 290. That bested the previous record by five strokes, last set in 2010.
The Spartans were led by Andrew Walker, who earned medalist honors with a 3-under 69. Landon Osborn shot a 72, Matt Garland had a 73 and Matt Alderink and Gabe Penegor each shot 76s.
“It’s not a bad day when you have to throw out a 76,” joked Lakeview head coach Tony Evans.
Marshall shot a 313, while Harper Creek carded a 334. Complete team scores were not made available.
Marshall’s scorers were Tanner Blowers (75), Brandon Hawkins and Brooks Bultemeier (79s) and Aaron McCoy (80).
Harper Creek was led by Jake Andrews (81), Gunnar Bjornson (84), Nate Brownlee (84) and Alex Prichard (85).
Day 2 of the SMAC Championships will be on May 20.
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KVA Tri-Match at Thornapple Creek GC: Schoolcraft won the three-team match with a score of 167. Maple Valley shot a 176 and Kalamazoo Christian recorded a 191.
Maple Valley’s scorers were Rage Sheldon (40), Jordan Denton (43), Ryan Mudge (46) and Hunter Hilton (47).
St. Philip 16-20, Waldron 1-0: In Game 1 for St. Philip, Hunter Haley picked up the win. Blake Groat went 3-for-3, Zach Spiegla had two hits and three RBIs and Jon Niland and Michael Sweeney had two hits apiece. In Game 2, Jack Luoma threw a three-inning no-hitter for the Tigers. Niland went 4-for-4 with a triple and three RBIs, Spiegla had four RBIs, Groat had three hits and Brent DeBree had two hits and three RBIs.
Pennfield 20-9, (at) Bronson 6-5: In Game 1, Pennfield’s Andrew Eddy earned the win with three strikeouts. Offensively for the Panthers, Brayden Benentt was 3-for-3, Caleb Pizarro was 3-for-4 with two RBIs, Evan Thomas and Jared Jacobs each had two hits including a double and three RBIs. In Game 2, Sam Duckham earned the win for Pennfield (3-6) with one strikeout. At the plate for the Panthers, Tyson Banker had three hits including a double and an RBI, Tanner Dean and Bennett each had two hits including a double and two RBIs, Jake Grimes had two hits.
(At) Union City 8-6, Colon 0-1: In Game 1, Scott Alwood got the win for the Chargers in three innings with five strikeouts. At the plate for Union City, Brady Johnson had two doubles and an RBI and Devin DiGiacomo had two hits including a double with two RBIs. In Game 2, Darren Austin picked up the victory for the Chargers with seven strikeouts over four innings. Johnson had two hits including a double and RBIs, Hunter Johns had two hits and two RBIs, and Chris Rieger had two RBIs for Union City (8-2). Colon’s Ryan Napier had a solo home run in the defeat.
(At) Homer 12-9 Pittsford 2-0: In Game 1, Matt Butler picked up the win for Homer (8-1) with four strikeouts over three innings. Gary Thompkins had two hits and an RBI and Chaz Hopkins had two hits and two RBIs and Preson Sherman had two RBIs. In Game 2, Alex White got the win in three innings with five strikeouts. Kevin Butters had three hits, Zack Fleming had two RBIs, Nate Sitkiewicz had two RBIs.
(At) Bronson 15-11, Pennfield 0-0: Skyler Sobeski earned the three-inning victory for Bronson in Game 1, allowing three hits. At the plate for the Vikings, Kelsey Scheenks had three hits including a home run and four RBIs, Grace Pyles homered with three RBIs, Kassidy Bystry had three hits. In Game 2, Sikorski threw a five-inning no-hitter, tossing six strikeouts. Offensively for the Vikings (8-0), Scheenks had a triple and a home run, Pyles had three hits and a home run and two RBIs and Sobeskie homered.
(At) Howardsville Christian 4-1, Climax-Scotts 3-8
: In Game 1, Climax-Scotts (4-2) was led by Lydia Swager with two hits and Taylor Piper had two hits and an RBI. In Game 2, Megan Smith got the win in five innings. At the plate, Janae Langs was 4-for-4 including a double, triple and two RBIs and Anna Lodes had two hits.
Colon 4-1, (at) Union City 0-17: In Game 1, Colon’s Makayla Craun did not allow a hit over five innings with 12 strikeouts. In Game 2, Union City’s Marissa Mead got the win over four innings with three strikeouts. Offensively for the Chargers, Carley Dibert had three hits and three runs scored, Rachael Grinnell had two hits and two RBIs and Riley Smith had two RBIs.
Manchester 5, (at) Homer 1; (at) Homer 5, Vandercook Lake 3: In the loss to Manchester, Homer’s Kelsey Konkol had a double and an RBI. In the win over Vandercook Lake, Mallory Ray got the win over three innings with Jaimie Dibble earning the save. At the plate for the Trojans, Stephanie Osborn had a home run and three RBIs, Konkol singled and doubled with an RBI and Mallori Konkle had two hits.
Webberville Invite (Sat.): Olivet earned a pair of victories at Saturday’s invite, defeating defending state champion Dansville 8-1 in 11 innings and host Webberville 3-0.
In the extra-inning win over Division 3 sixth-ranked Dansville, Olivet pitcher Renae Morton tallied a staggering 24 strikeouts, a school record that ranks among the top 20 all-time for extra inning games in state history. She also helped her cause with a double and an RBI. Anngel Patton had a double with two RBIs and Carli Meyer had two RBIs.
In the 3-0 win over Webberville, Morton tallied 18 strikeouts. Offensively for the Eagles, Patton had an RBI and Brooke Piepkow had a double and an RBI.
Marshall 1, (at) Coldwater 0 (
OT): With 5:59 left in the first overtime, Marshall’s Chelsea Tobias scored the game-winner unassisted. Kelsey Postema made two saves in the win for Division 3 sixth-ranked Redhawks (9-1, 2-1 SMAC East). Shelby Bowers made nine saves in goal for Coldwater (3-4-1, 0-4 SMAC East).
(At) Lakeview 4, Sturgis 1: Lakeview’s Bre Greene and Mackenzie Wilcox had two goals apiece in the win. Wilcox assisted on both of Greene’s goals while Rachel Prell also had an assist for the Spartans (7-0, 3-0 SMAC East). In goal, Maddy Olsen and Connor Grosteffon combined to make two saves.
(At) Dansville 5, Olivet 0: Olivet’s Maddy Collins made 11 saves in goal for Olivet (1-6).
(At) Delton Kellogg 6, Maple
Valley 0: Delton Kellogg’s Christi Boze, Brianna Russell, Kanoe Chaffee, Rachel Parker, Hannah Phommavongsa and Lexi Holben each scored in the win. In goal for the Panthers, Brooke Martin made one save. Maple Valley’s McKayla Lamance made 10 saves in goal.
Harper Creek 4, (at) Coldwater 4
No. 1: Zinn (C) d. Gilbert 6-1, 6-4, 6-4; No. 2: L. Latshaw (HC) d. Miller 7-5, 6-0; No. 3: K. Latshaw (HC) d. Felde 6-4, 6-4; No. 4: Dwyer (C) d. Cruz 6-1, 6-4
No. 1: Maxson-Harrell (C) d. Gilmore-Hancock 6-4, 3-6, 6-2; No. 2: Outwater-Marso (C) d. Balaban-Ballez 2-6, 7-6, 6-2; No. 3: Crumpton-Brady (HC) d. Yousa-Gerich 6-1, 6-3; No. 4: Moore-Murphy (HC) d. Weaver-Andrews 6-1, 6-0
St. Philip 6, (at) Galesburg-Augusta 2
No. 1: Jaclyn Behnke (SP) void; No. 2: Casey Gallagher (SP) d. Emily Hickman 6-2, 6-0; No. 3: Megan Beaver (GA) d. Heather Bernard 6-3, 1-6 (10-7); No. 4: Brianna Buller (GA) d. Abri Burrill 6-3, 6-4
No. 1: Carrie Greenman-Sam Ellis (SP) d. Allison Thomas-Emily Midgett 6-1, 6-4; No. 2: Annie Newton-Ann Marie Sweeney (SP) d. Paige Little-Roshanna Diehlman 6-0, 6-0; No. 3: Sarah Newley-Annheta Saifollahi (SP) d. Taylor Hopkins-Maggie Jefferson 7-6 (6), 6-1; No. 4: guanna Luwald-Halley Swagler (SP) d. Taylor Verberg-Theresa Gower 6-1, 6-0
(At) Lakeview 8, BCC 0
No. 1: Marino Sugito (L) d. Cori Ivens, 6-0, 6-0; No. 2: Ami Kato (L) d. Vicky Enriquez, 6-2, 6-0; No. 3: Anne Sangliana (L) d. Madi Stagner, 6-0, 6-0; No. 4: Ellie Dennison (L) d. Sam Prescott, 6-0, 6-1.
No. 1: Maddy Drikakis/Alisha Horan (L) d. Morgan Burns/McKayla Moran, 6-0, 6-1; No. 2: Kathleen Wendt/Julia Ryan (L) d. Britt Signam/Kavonna Smith, 6-4, 6-2; No. 3: Jordan McCann/Ester Sang (L) d. Celia Compton/Madison Jackson, 6-0, 6-0; No. 4: Hannah Aimesbury/Maddie Schimph (L) d. Audrey Calery/England Crump, 6-0, 6-0.
Records: Lakeview 6-0
Quincy 93, (at) Athens 39:Discus: Hawkins (Q) 98-0; Shot put: Hayes (Q) 31-3.5; High jump: Davenport (A) 5-2; Pole vault: Spaulding (Q) 8-6; Long jump: Loomis (Q) 13-0.25; 3,200 relay: Quincy 11:51.89; 100 hurdles: Davenport (A) 15.53; 100: Ferrin (Q) 13.77; 800 relay: Quincy (Holliday, Spaulding, Sloan, Evans) 2:09.35; 1,600: Andreassen (Q) 6:13.81; 400 relay: Quincy (Scott, Evans, Hawkins, Ferrin) 56.55; 400: Oswalt (A) 1:03.71; 300 hurdles: Davenport (A) 51.76; 800: Andreassen (Q) 2:44.75; 200: Ferrin (W) 27.55; 3,200: Bracy (Q) 14:01.71; 1,600 relay: Quincy (Scott, Hawkins, Loomis, Ferrin) 4:45.96
Quincy 104, (at) Athens 33: Discus: Drumm (Q) 149-0.5; Shot put: Drumm (Q) 46-3.5; High jump: Jenkins (A) 6-0; Pole vault: Iles (A) 12-0; Long jump: Jenkins (A) 19-9.75; 3,200 relay: Quincy (Horn, Smith, Cutler, Slack) 8:57.64; 110 hurdles: Domack (Q) 18.97; 100: Parshall (Q) 11.97; 800 relay: Quincy (Marshall, Batista, Wiser, Harbaugh) 1:43.44; 1,600: Smith (Q) 5:09.57; 400 relay: Athens (Harris, Iles, Kenyon, Nixon) 49.01; 400: Parshall (Q) 53.97; 300 hurdles: Wiser (Q) 46.97; 800: Fairchild (A) 2:11.46; 200: Parshall (Q) 24.92; 3,200: Horn (Q) 10:55.78; 1,600 relay: Quincy (Lindsley, Wiser, Horn, Parshall) 3:57.33
(At) Reading 82, Homer 55: Shot put: Conley (H) 42-9; High jump: Reading; Pole vault: Towery (H) 12-0; Discus: Reading; 3,200 relay: Homer (Calhoun, Glassburn, Willis, Hamilton) 9:51.1; 110 hurdles: Reading; 100: Hurtado (H) 12-0; 800 relay: Homer (Hoaglin, Hurtado, Miller, Sprague) 1:39.8; 1,600: Reading; 400: Reading; 300 hurdles: Reading, 800: Hamilton (H) 2:20.3; 200: Reading; 3,200: Reading