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May 16, 2013

Prep Sports Roundup: Leland scores 6-4 soccer win

LELAND — Down 4-0 at half, Leland battled back to post a 6-4 soccer win over Kingsley on Wednesday.

Libby Munoz and Lydia Gulow each scored three goals for the Comets (14-4). Gulow’s second goal tied the contest at 4-4 with 14 minutes to go. Munoz then scored the game-winner with Gulow adding an insurance tally.

Miranda Harris and Whitney Schaub registered assists for the Comets. Noah Yaakoby had 13 saves.

Autumn Goggin picked up two goals and an assist for Kingsley (3-4-2). Ally Kintner and Maggie Gaca also scored. Lexi Keena added an assist. Kingsley faces the Traverse City Central JV on Friday. Leland travels to Benzie Central on Friday.

TC Liberty 3

Glen Lake 2

Molly Siler and Annie Lyman scored in the first half and Rikke Foss added a goal in the second half as TC Liberty downed Glen Lake 3-2.

Suzanne Britten had an assist on Siler’s goal and Brin Forlenza assisted on the goal by Foss, an exchange student from Norway.

Clare Slack and Alex LaCross had the goals for Glen Lake.

Logen Poniatoski made seven saves in net for the Liberty (5-6), who play a tripleheader of games on Saturday at the Coast Guard Fields in Traverse City. The Liberty meet Grayling at 10 a.m., Kalkaska at 11:30 a.m. and Boyne City at 1 p.m.

GOLF

Suttons Bay wins Northwest Jamboree

All four Suttons Bay golfers came in with scores under 80 as the Norsemen won the Northwest Conference Jamboree at Champion Hill.

Sean Lammy carded a 74 to lead the Suttons Bay effort. Devin Capron followed with a 77, Eric Chapman had a 78 and Brent Duddles had a 79.

The Norsemen had a team score of 308 to cruise past the competition. Leland was second with a 340 and Glen Lake had a 360. Mesick (382), Benzie Central (382), Frankfort (388) and Kingsley (423) rounded out the field.

Leland’s Joel Sneed and Glen Lake’s Mike O’Brien tied for medalist honors with 71s. Benzie’s Paul Dumas led the Huskies’ showing with a 76. Mesick’s Alex Marshall fired an 81, Frankfort’s Tristan Rogers an 88 and Kingsley’s Steven Johnson a 91.

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