Greenville, Eastern tie: The Yellow Jackets and Huskies tied at 179 at the O-K Bronze jamboree at Thousand Oaks Golf Course Tuesday. The tie was broken by the fifth golfer, which was Karli Didion for Greenville with a 53 but Kate Glazer for Forest Hills Eastern with a 48. Britta Bernth was match medalist with a 38, followed by Lauryn Day with a 44, Jessica Bohner with a 46 and Taylor Hanson with a 51. Next match: at home Thursday against Forest Hills Eastern in a make-up match.
Central second, Lakeview third at jamboree: The Wildcats hosted a CSAA jamboree at Brookside Golf Course Tuesday. Big Rapids shot 388 to win, followed by Central Montcalm with 438 and Lakeview with a 532. The Green Hornets got a 104 from Samantha Kirk, a 109 from Tawny Graves, a 111 from Ava Miller and a 114 from Sophie Villet. Lakeview’s individual scores were not made available. Next match: Both Central and Lakeview are at the CSAA championship next Tuesday.
Belding fifth at O-K Blue jamboree: The Redskins shot a team score of 214 at the O-K Blue jamboree hosted by Coopersville Tuesday. That was fifth-best, behind winner Grand Rapids NorthPointe Christian’s 179, Coopersville and Comstock Park’s 195 and Grandville Calvin Christian’s 196. Belding was led by Jordan Conroe with a 54, followed by 56s from Holly Byrne and Haylee Batzer and a 62 from Mackenzie Briemayer. Next match: at Ionia today.
Chippewa Hills 3, Lakeview 2: The Warriors won every other game from the Wildcats, taking the CSAA match 25-19, 15-25, 25-19, 19-25, 15-10. Erin Vanderzand led Lakeview with 16 kills, two blocks and two aces, Estelle Molitor had 34 assists and Keelie Outmand and Sheena Norton led in digs with 10. Next match: at the Northwood University Invitational Saturday.
Cedar Springs 7, Greenville 3: The Yellow Jackets jumped out to a 4-0 lead at halftime and never looked back to the Red Hawks in an O-K Bronze Conference game Tuesday night. Mark Hebert led Greenville with two goals. Kyle Sweet made nine saves in the win. Next game: at Grand Rapids Forest Hills Eastern Thursday.
Big Rapids 3, Lakeview 0: The Wildcats were shut out by the Cardinals Tuesday, marking the second straight loss. Lucas Sweet made 16 saves in net for Lakeview. Quote: “I thought the boys played one of their better games. Unfortunately three mistakes led to three Big Rapids goals.” – Lakeview coach Chris Smith. Record: 3-9. Next game: at home against Fremont Providence Christian Thursday.