Niles 10th at Division 3 golf tournament
Published 10:59 pm Thursday, October 7, 2010
From staff reports
AUGUSTA — The Big 16 Conference took the first three places at the Division 3 Golf Regional on Thursday at Stonehenge North.
Marshall was the team champion after shooting a 372, while Coldwater was second with a 381 and St. Joseph third with a 382.
All three teams advance to the state finals. The top three teams move on to the state meet.
The Wolverine Conference took the next four spots with Vicksburg (390), Plainwell (399), Gull Lake (403) and Otsego (413) finishing fourth through seventh respectively.
Niles placed 10th with a team total of 442. No individual results were available.
Division 3 Regional
At Stonehenge North, Augusta
Marshall 372, Coldwater 381, St. Joseph 382, Vicksburg 390, Plainwell 399, Gull Lake 403, Otsego 413, Battle Creek Harper Creek 426, Paw Paw 440, Niles 442, Sturgis 452, Three Rivers 467, South Haven 505
Division 4 regional
KALAMAZOO — The MHSAA Division 4 Regional Golf Tournament was dominated by parochial schools Thursday afternoon at Milham Park Golf Course.
The top five schools were non-public institutions, while the top 10 golfers were all from parochial schools.
Lansing Catholic Central captured the regional championship after shooting 318. Kalamazoo Hackett Catholic Central was second with a 367, while Grand Rapids NorthPointe Christian was third with a 393.
The top three schools advance to the state tournament.
Lansing Catholic Central’s Jaqueline Setas was the medalist on Thursday after firing a 75.
Dowagiac finished 12th with a team total of 468.
Haley Smith led the Chieftains with a 107, while Maggie Cripe shot 111 and Lauren Smith 122. Kaye Swartz finished with a 128.
Division IV Regional
At Milham Park GC
Jaqueline Setas (LCC) 75
Lansing Catholic Central 318, Hackett Catholic Central 367, Grand Rapids NorthPointe Christian 393, Muskegon Catholic Central 398, Grand Rapids West Catholic 400, Portland 415, Comstock 415, Calvin Christian 419, Perry 420, Belding 448, Dowagiac 468
1. Jaqueline Setas (LCC) 75, 2. Alyssa Albright (LCC) 80, 2. Danni Crilley (LCC) 80, 4. Mckenzie Johnson (LCC) 83, 4. Aya Johnson (MCC) 83, 6. Abby Radomsky (HCC) 87, 7. Libby Schichtel (GRWC) 88, 8. Casey Lamp (HCC) 88, 8. Monica Koert (GRNC) 88, 10. Jamie Fineis (LCC) 93, Abby Jasiak (HCC) 93
Aya Johnson (MCC) 83, Libby Schichtel (GRWC) 88, Mckenzie Dahl (B) 94