Trevor Cameron shot a round of 75 on Saturday to lead the Pennfield boys’ golf team to a first-place finish in the White Division of the annual St. Philip Tiger Invitational at Binder Park Golf Course.
Pennfield had a score of 351 in the division, followed by Marcellus with 374, St. Philip with 379, Hillsdale Academy with 385, Laingsburg with 417 and Maple Valley with 440.
Aside from Cameron’s 75, Pennfield received an 88 from Tyler Kipp, a 93 from Zac Geno and a 95 from Jared Frisbie.
For St. Philip, Freddie Hallacy shot an 81, followed by Brendan Gausselin with 92, Levi Burgett with 101 and Nate Davis with 105.
For Maple Valley, Rage Sheldon was second-lowest individually in the division with a 76, followed by Dillon Walker with 109, Joe Eddy with 114 and Kenny Christopher with 141.
In the Red Division, Grand Rapids Christian was first with 293, St. Joe second with 304, Coldwater third with 333, Harper Creek A fourth with 366 and Harper Creek B fifth with 397. Christian’s Ben VanScoyk and St. Joe’s Matt Zerbel tied for medalist honors with 69s.
For Coldwater, Cam Ruge had an 81, Nathan Waterbury and Nolan Duda 83s and Scout Case an 86.
For Harper Creek A, Kyle Pape carded an 85, Nick Webb an 89, Aury Cronkhite a 94 and Luke Browne a 98. Scoring for Harper Creek B were Tanner Brauer (85), Zach Wilson (90), Nate Haughty (108) and Sean Cushman (114).
MORE BOYS’ GOLF
Forest Hills Invite: At The Meadows GC at Grand Valley State, Lakeview — ranked No. 5 in D-1 and the defending D-1 state champs — placed third with a 316. Lansing Catholic was first with 307 and Grandville second with 315. For the Spartans, Andrew Walker shot a 74 (second place), James Staab had a 78 (seventh place), Ryan Christian an 81 and Matt Alderink an 83.
GIRLS’ TRACK & FIELD
Portland Invite: Harper Creek placed first out of four teams with 138 points, with Portland second with 44, Portland St. Patrick third with 32 and Grand River Prep fourth with 26.
With firsts for the Beavers were the 3,200 relay of Reagan Dishaw, Charley Andrews, Hannah Berning and Kenzie Callahan (11:20.0); Aryrianna Smith in the 100 (12.9); the 800 relay of Smith, Jacey Bowers, Macy Hancock and Lexus Kerr (1:52.0); the 400 relay of Danni Gothard, Bowers, Kerr and Smith (52.91); Kerr in the 400 (1:04.13); Dishaw in the 800 (2:30.40); Smith in the 200 (26.78); the 1,600 relay of Dishaw, Andrews, Kerr and Emily Rivera (4:19.04); Mariah Garr in the pole vault (7-0); Chelsea Smith in the discus (98-8.5); Lacey Foster in the long jump (14-8); Chelsea Smith in the shot put (30-4 3/4); and Andrews in the high jump (5-0).
With seconds for the Beavers were Chelsea Smith in the high hurdles (19.25); Dishaw in the 1,600 (5:53.8); Gothard in the 300 hurdles (53.46); Jamesha Smith in the discus (80-2); Hancock in the long jump (14-0.5); and Emmaray Laxton in the shot put (29-6.5).
BOYS’ TRACK & FIELD
Portland Invite: Harper Creek was first with 101 points, Portland second with 62, Grand River Prep third with 35 and Portland St. Patrick fourth with 28.
With first-place efforts for the Beavers were the 3,200 relay of Coon, Carlsen, Davis and Isaacson (9:43.31); Luke Lightcap in the 100 (11.5); the 800 relay (1:43.13); Cole Schneider in the 1,600 (4:52.53); Lightcap in the 400 (53.23); Lightcap in the 200 (24.11); Brad Thomas in the 3,200 (10:33.91); the 1,600 relay of Berning, Flesher, Lightcap and Schneider (3:50.97); Tyler Shaw in the pole vault (11-0); Quinton Berning in the long jump (18-0); and Tyler Shaw in the high jump (5-6).
With seconds for Harper Creek were Mitch Coon in the 3,200 (11:33.06) and Greg Shepperly in the pole vault (8-0).
Stockbridge Invite (Fri.): For Homer, Hunter Weeks was first in the high jump (6-3), Trenton Cowley was second in the shot put (48-7.5) and Gavin Towery was second in the pole vault (13-6).
Holt Invite: Harper Creek placed second, going 2-1 on the day to improve to 7-9 overall. In the opener, the Beavers beat Holt 12-6, with Holt coming in with a 17-2 record. Harper Creek trailed 6-5 going into the fifth and then scored five in the bottom of the fifth. Taylor Shellenberger pitched a complete game with seven strikeouts. Offensively, Paige Shellenberger had three hits and two runs; Haley Burritt had two hits (double and triple) and two RBIs; Taylor Shellenberger had two hits (double) and two RBIs; Jess Wolever had three hits; Sadie Weller had three hits and four RBIs; and Anna Pascoe and Katie Wade each had two hits and an RBI. In a 7-6 win over Laingsburg — in which the Beavers rallied from a 6-4 deficit heading into the bottom of the seventh — Burritt had two hits and three RBIs; Taylor Shellenberger, Wolever, Weller, Sam Tilley, Pascoe and Aubrey Greenfield all had a hit; and Taylor Shellenberger won on the mound in relief. In the title game, Harper Creek lost to 18-2 Byron Center, 3-1. Taylor Shellenberger was the losing hurler with five strikeouts; and Wolever, Burritt and Pascoe all had one hit as Byron Center pitcher B.C. Taylor struck out 15.
Lakeview 17-20, (at) Battle Creek Central 0-1: The Spartans swept the Bearcats in a pair of three-inning games to improve to 6-1. In Game 1, Cady Belote was the winner in the circle. With three hits was Bree Ashley, with two hits — including a home run — and two RBIs was Katie Reimer, and with two hits apiece were Taylor Gailhouse and Jessie Hilla. In the nightcap, Kayla Callaway got the mound triumph. Hilla had three hits, and with two hits apiece were Kim Kucharczky, Gaihouse, Reimer, Miranda Frye and Belote.
Grand Rapids Northview Invite: Bronson won the tourney title — defeating East Kentwood 11-6, Lowell 9-0 and Northview 7-0 before topping Unity Christian 6-3 for the championship. In the title game, Lindsey Sikorski pitched seven innings and tossed a five-hitter with 10 strikeouts. Offensively, Kinslea Blouin had a single, double, a stolen base and two RBIs; Liz Baker had two singles and two RBIs; Allie Smith hit a solo home run; and Kassidy Bystry, Skyler Sobeski and Kelsey Robinson all had hits. Sobeski was the winning pitcher against East Kentwood and Northview, and Sikorski was the winning hurler against Lowell.
(At) Coldwater 5-6, Bay City John Glenn 4-1: The Cardinals swept the non-league twinbill to improve to 14-7. In Game 1, Ian Wright was the winning pitcher, going the first six innings, and Randall Linton got the save. At the plate, Brendan Spangler went 2-for-2 with a double and two RBIs; Ryan Mock had a hit, a sacrifice fly and two RBIs; and Grant Mauer (two runs) and Brady Duke had two hits each. In Game 2, Jordan Butler, the second of three Coldwater pitchers, got the win on the mound. Offensively, Mock and Brandon Lewis both had two hits and an RBI, and Austin Krzeminski (double) and Butler had a hit and an RBI apiece.
Leslie Invite: Bronson won the tourney crown, downing Leslie 4-2 in the championship game after topping Laingsburg 4-1 in its opener. In the title showdown, Daniel McMichael pitched six innings, scattering seven hits and striking out nine. Chase Carpenter got the save, pitching one inning and striking out one. At the plate for the Vikings (10-4), Phillip Mandoka went 2-for-2 with an RBI, Blake Fox had a double and Tyler Roussey a single. Against Laingsburg, Bronson’s Ryan Hagen went the seven-inning distance, allowing only two hits while striking out seven. Hagen also had a hit and two RBIs, Carpenter and Roussey had hits and RBI, and McMichael, Noah Roberts and Riley Hansman had hits.
Colon Invite (Fri.): Union City opened with a 4-2 loss to Mendon, then beat Pittsford 4-2. In the loss, the Chargers (7-9) scored two runs in the first inning off two hits, then didn’t have a hit the rest of the game. Seth Bruce had an RBI single, Cody Cable had a single and a run, Kenyon Stuchell had a run and a stolen base, and losing pitcher Darren Austin had six strikeouts in four innings. In the victory over Pittsford, Hunter Johns had a triple, a single and two RBIs; Bruce had a single, an RBI and two stolen bases; Darren Austin had a double, an RBI and a stolen base; Stuchell had a single and a stolen base; and Cable pitched four innings, allowing three hits and two earned runs, and Johns got the save while fanning the side.
(At) Pennfield 16, Kalamazoo United 10: Chris Acton had five goals for the Panthers, Nick Schwarz had four, Ethan Everett three, and with one each were Michael Hoban, Zac Wilber, Bryce Bohrmann and Justin Lamb. Goalie Bryce Sidnam made 13 saves.