Chippewa Hills 3, Lakeview 0: The Warriors defeated the host Wildcats on Wednesday night in straight sets 25-21, 25-15, 26-24. Estelle Molitor led the Wildcats with 14 assists, Mackenzie Oberlin had seven kills and Sadie Massie had eight digs. Record: 6-8-5 (1-3). Next match: at Shepherd Monday.
Belding 3rd (Boys): The Redskins finished third in Wednesday’s O-K Blue Jamboree with 87 points. Sparta was first with 34 and Allendale second with 61. Trevor Curtis led Belding and was second overall with a time of 17:07.85. Sam Syrjala was sixth with 17:57.40. Matt Feuerstein ran 19:24.85 and Michael Albert 19:49.85. Quote: “The guys pulled away from Coopersville today and took third place. Last jamboree, we got beat out on the tie-breaker by the Broncos.” — Belding coach John Carlson. Next meet: at Ostego Invitational Saturday.
Belding 4th (Girls): The Redskins finished fourth in Wednesday’s O-K Blue Jamboree with 80 points. Sparta was first with 23, Allendale second with 59 and Coopersville third with 77. Teresa Myles led Belding and was second overall with 19:46.03. Rachael Warner ran 21:45.20, Jasmine Harrison 22:27.96 and Alexa Syrjala 23:27.62. Next meet: at Ostego Invitational Saturday.
Cedar Springs 196, Tri County 205: The Vikings fell in a non-conference dual at Cedar Chase Golf Course on Wednesday. Taylir Kral was match medalist with a 41. Lauren Corwin shot 49, Baylee Zemia 56, Hannah Drouin 59, Lyndsae Kranz 60 and Cierra Kargenian 65. Cedar Springs was led by Alyssa Katon with a 48.
Belding 3rd: The Redskins placed third in a triangular on Wednesday at Rolling Hills Golf Course. Belding shot a 206, but was behind Portland’s 188 and Ionia’s 198. Tayler Reeves led Belding with a 49. Sarah Mitchell and Kylee Chickering each shot 52, while Rony Dahl added a 53. Next match: today at O-K Blue Jamboree hosted by Comstock Park at Scott Lake Golf Course.
FH Eastern 5, Greenville 3: The Hawks defeated the Yellow Jackets in O-K Bronze play at Greenville on Wednesday. Brandon Brom (No. 1 singles), Peter Januzelli (No. 2 singles) and AJ Ebels (No. 3 singles) all were winners. Next match: at home Friday against Lowell.