Cedarville Girls, St. Ignace Boys Claim Golf State Titles

ESCANABA – Besting its nearest opponent by 32 strokes, the Cedarville girls program captured its third MHSAA Division 3 Upper Peninsula state championship and first since 2012 on Thursday at Escanaba Country Club.

The Trojans finished the one-day tournament by carding a 402, with Annie Eberts leading the way, shooting an 89.

DeTour’s Madison Wilkie secured medalist honors, shooting an 85, while leading the Raiders to a second-place finish with a 434.

Engadine also came home in ninth (499), while Mackinac Island, Newberry and Pickford all competed but did not record team scores.

On the boys side, Cedarville took runner-up honors with a 358, finishing behind Carney Nadeau (344).

Avery Freel paced the Trojans by carding a 77 to finish second overall individually.

With a 392, DeTour finished tied for seventh with Lake Linden Hubbell, while Newberry (400) tied for 10th.

Mackinac Island came home in 14th place (430) and Pickford (496) and Engadine (512) finished in 17th and 18th, respectively.

Brimley and Rudyard also competed but did not record team scores.

In Division 2 action at Norway’s Oak Crest Golf Course, St. Ignace secured top honors, edging second-place Norway by nine strokes with a 339.

Kody Rickley led the Saints with an 82 and finished fifth individually.

On the girls side, St. Ignace’s Lydia Brown finished fifth individually, shooting a 117.

In Division 1 boys action at Champion’s Wawonowin Country Club, Sault Ste. Marie finished 11th, with Drayke Micolo carding a 95.

Categories: Boys Golf, Girls Golf