“Sean had a nearly flawless round, hitting 16 of 18 green in regulation,” said Suttons Bay coach Todd Hursey.
Devin Capron, who had a 75, and Eric Chapman, who had an 81, also were on the first team. Brent Duddles rounded out the Norsemen scorers with an 81.
Suttons Bay won all eight league events on the year.
“Today we had great scoring,” said Hursey. “To play at Mistwood from the blue tees on a day were the weather wasn’t great, it was a great performance.”
Joel Sneed, with a 74, and Ian Duvall, with an 80, led the Comets and also received first-team honors. Glen Lake, which was third with a 370, was led by Mike O’Brien’s 77. He was the final member of the all-conference first team. Kyle Schaub carded an 86 for the Comets.
Mesick also had a 370 and finished fourth. Frankfort (401), Benzie Central (418) and Kingsley (432) rounded out the scoring.
Individually, Paul Dumas led Benzie with an 83. Alex Marshall (85) and Alex Stanton (86) led Mesick. Frankfort was paced by Tristan Rogers, who shot a 91. For Kingsley, Tim Tallman shot a 94.
Harbor Springs 4
Elk Rapids 1
Harbor Springs scored the first three goals of the night on the way to a 4-1 victory against Elk Rapids in Lake Michigan girls soccer play.
Michelle Costa had the Elks’ goal, with 43 seconds remaining in the first half to get her team on the board. Paige Granger made five saves in net for the Elks (11-4-1, 10-3 Lake Michigan), who host Kalkaska today.
TC Liberty 3
East Jordan 1
Suzanne Britten scored two unassisted goals in the first half to spark the TC Liberty to a 3-1 Lake Michigan Conference win over East Jordan.
Anna Wheatley netted the third goal, that coming in the second half off a Emily Schmuckal assist. Logan Poniatoski was in goal for TC.
Lisa Spitaleri scored for East Jordan.
The Liberty open district play Tuesday at Glen Lake.
— Compiled by Dennis Chase, James Cook and Chris Dobrowolski