GRAYLING — Glen Lake’s golf record didn’t stand for long.
After the Lakers set the school 18-hole record with a 398 at the Lober Classic last week, Glen Lake smashed that mark Monday at the Grayling Invitational.
Smashed might even be taking it lightly. The Lakers broke the record by 41 strokes.
Their 357 won the event by four shots over Harbor Springs, followed by Grayling (397), Petoskey (400), Farwell (406) and Cheboygan (432).
“The kids played really well,” Glen Lake coach Paul Christiansen said. “We had personal bests for three of the five.”
Nichole Cox was second overall in the event — tied with Harbor Springs’ Ellen Breighner — with an 80. Farwell’s Bria Colosky was the medalist at 74.
The Lakers’ other scores were Melanie Kulanda (90), Skylar Gleason (91), Nicole Pace (96) and Madison Hill (104).
Glen Lake plays again today at Manistee National with a dual meet against the host Chippewas.
Trojans fire a 381, West 404 at Brighton
Amelia Pezzetti fired an 89 as Traverse City Central finished sixth in the Coach Miller Invitational at Brighton.
The Trojans finished with a 381 — 10 strokes better than Saturday at Jension. Traverse City West came in at 404. Okemos won the team title with a 343 at Oak Pointe Country Club.
In addition to Pezzetti’s 89, which tied her for ninth, Kate Trubac carded a personal best 90, Zoe Sobeck 95 and Ashley Hulet a personal best 109.
For West, Taylor Kehoe came in at 91, Hunter Kehoe 100, Summer Slack 106 and Grace Ellul 107.
West hosts an invitational Wednesday at Mistwood. Start time is 10 a.m.
Burt Lake NMCA 0
Bellaire opened Northern Michigan Soccer League play with an 8-0 win over Burt Lake NMCA.
All the scoring came in the first 25 minutes of the game.
Denny Hall finished with three goals, Alex Perkins two and Hunter Rowe, Noah Suppes and Adam Underwood one apiece. Hall and Drew Emery added two assists apiece.
Nic Underwood was in goal for the Eagles (4-0). Belliare plays Traverse City Christian at 5 p.m. today.
Forest Area 5
Forest Area suffered a 9-5 setback in its Northern Michigan Soccer League opener against Roscommon.
Jeremy Richards and Tyler Leffew each had two goals and an assist, while Tyler Martin added a goal and an assist for the Warriors, who travel Thursday to Harbor Light.
Ben Kammeraad made 10 saves in goal in the first half and Josh Garchow added 11 in the second.
Gladiators finish 3-2, Boyne City 4-2 at TCC
St. Francis finished 3-2 in the Traverse City Central Invitational.
The Gladiators went 3-1 in pool play by beating Traverse City Christian (25-18, 25-16), Frankfort (25-21, 25-15) and Elk Rapids (25-18, 25-23). St. Francis lost to Walled Lake (22-25, 12-25).
In bracket play, the Gladiators fell to Central (25-27, 20-25).
Leading St. Francis: Megan Knudsen (defensive effort), Madeline Rysztak (21 aces, 38 kills, 26 digs), Haley Bussell (10 aces, 14 kills, 33 digs), Laura Kirchofer (10 aces, 11 digs, 64 assists), Sophie Spencer (7 aces, 16 kills, 16 digs) and Olivia Hardy (4 aces, 11 kills, 6 blocks).
Lake Michigan Conference rival Boyne City went 4-2, losing to Walled Lake Central (18-25, 21-25) in the semifinals.
Earlier, the Ramblers beat Glen Lake (25-17, 25-6), Traverse City Central (25-17, 25-21) and Pine River (25-17, 25-18) in pool play. Boyne lost to Our Lady of the Lakes (21-25, 17-25).
In bracket play, the Ramblers defeated Elk Rapids (25-18, 25-10).
Pacing Boyne City: Heather Nichols (90 assists), Kylie Hicks (32 digs, 50 kills, 10 blocks), Paige Hornbeck (41 digs, 23 kills), Erin Baker (63 digs) and Courtney Weldon (39 digs).
St. Francis JV 4
The St. Francis JV edged Petoskey 4-3.
Victorious for the Gladiators: Christian Stellin (6-3,7-5), Ryan Grombala/Charlie Donahue (7-5,6-4), Paul Koehler/Brody Ray (6-2,6-1) and Steven Winkler/Lucas Tull (6-1/6-0).
— Compiled by Dennis Chase and James Cook