BEULAH — Suttons Bay’s Eric Chapman and Glen Lake’s Michael O’Brien shared medalist honors with a 37 Wednesday in a Northwest Conference golf jamboree at Pinecroft.
Frankfort hosted the meet.
Suttons Bay won the team competition by 10 strokes over Leland, 160-170. The Comets were followed by Glen Lake at 186, Frankfort at 197, Benzie Central at 207, Kingsley at 212 and Mesick at 215.
In addition to Chapman’s 37, Brent Duddles carded a 40, Devin Capron 41 and Sean Lammy 42 for the Norsemen.
Leland’s Joel Sneed fired a 39 and Ian Duvall a 40. Benzie Central’s Paul Dumas also came in at 40. Mesick’s Alex Stanton shot a 41 and Kingsley’s Steven Johnson a 42.
TCSF takes fourth at LMC match
St. Francis had two of the top three individuals to place fourth out of eight teams at a Lake Michigan Conference golf match at Boyne Mountain’s Alpina course.
The Gladiators’ Parker Guss took medalist honors with a 76 and Joe Coates was third with an 81 to lead St. Francis to its team score of 350.
Charlevoix won the meet with a 338, followed by Kalkaska with a 339, Boyne City with a 345 and the Gladiators. Harbor Springs (364), Elk Rapids (380), Grayling (444) and East Jordan (445) rounded out the standings.
Kalkaska’s Mitch Dunn shot a 79 for second.
The other St. Francis scores included Riley Lamie with a 95 and Ben Yanska with a 98.
St. Francis golfs in the Lake Michigan Conference Championships on May 19 at Antrim Dells.
TC West 143
Ogemaw Heights 23
Traverse City West won 13 events on the way to a convincing 143-23 boys track victory over Ogemaw Heights.
Tyler Johnson and Dan Montgomery led the Titans, as both had a hand in four firsts. Johnson won the 400 in 50.48 and also was a part of three winning relays, the 800 (1:33.64), the 400 (44.16) and the 1,600 (3:39.3). Montgomery ran with Johnson on the 800 relay and 400 relay, and also came in first in the 100 (11.02) and 200 (22.91). The others who ran the 800 relay were Spencer Montcastle and Brandon Montgomery, while Brandon Montgomery and Jack Bishop also ran legs in the 400 relay. Kyle Ringwelski, Derrick Diver and Dominic Teeples joined Johnson on the 1,600 relay.