Traverse City Record-Eagle

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May 7, 2013

Prep Sports Roundup: Charlevoix wins LMC golf match

KALKASKA — Brad Rizzo and Noah Jeakle each shot an 81 Monday to lead Charlevoix to victory in a Lake Michigan Conference golf match at Twin Birch.

The Rayders finished with a 344, Kalkaska 348 and St. Francis 357.

Kalkaska’s Bryce Hunter and St. Francis’ Parker Guss each fired an 82.

Suttons Bay wins jamboree at Leland

Sean Lammy’s 39 sparked Suttons Bay to a win in a Northwest Conference jamboree at Leland.

The Norsemen finished with a 167, Leland 176, Glen Lake 197, Mesick 200, Frankfort 220, Benzie Central 231 and Kingsley 232.

In addition to Lammy’s 39, Davin Capron and Mason Rohrback each carded a 42 and Brent Duddles and Eric Chapman a 44 for Suttons Bay.

Leland’s Joel Sneed was medalist with a 36. Glen Lake’s Mike O’Brien came in at 39 and Mesick’s Alex Stanton 41.

The Frankfort jamboree is scheduled for Wednesday.

 

SOCCER

Harbor Springs 1

Elk Rapids 0

Rhi Cullip scored the game’s only goal as Harbor Springs prevailed 1-0 in a Lake Michigan Conference battle of unbeaten teams.

Cullip’s goal came with 22 minutes remaining.

Paige Granger made 14 saves for the Elks, who fall to 8-1-1 overall and 7-1 in LMC play. Elk Rapids travels Thursday to Grayling.

TC Liberty 4

Boyne City 0

Megan Michalski scored her first career goal as the Traverse City Liberty topped Boyne City 4-0 in Lake Michigan Conference action.

Suzanne Britten added two goals and Annie Lyman one. Rachel Burns, Lyman and Britten had assists.

The Liberty had a 14-2 advantage in shots on goal, and Logen Poniatoski stopped both shots she faced. The Liberty (3-5, 3-4 LMC) hosts Charlevoix on Thursday.

Glen Lake 7

Benzie Central 0

Ty Fessell scored a hat trick as Glen Lake notched a 7-0 Northwest Conference victory over Benzie Central.

Madison Alonzi, Alex LaCrosse, Clare Slack and Hollie Dowd had single goals each for the Lakers, while Arden Braund and Gemma Leask split time in goal.

Glen Lake (5-5-1, 4-0-1 NWC) travels Wednesday to Kingsley, while the Huskies travel to Kalkaska.

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