The Alpena High School girls golf team finished sixth in a home match at Alpena Golf Club on Monday.
The Wildcats finished with a score of 436 while Traverse City Central won the match with a score of 337. Traverse City West came in second at 352.
Kelsey Diamond led Alpena with a 98 and Central's Courtney Dye was the top individual scorer, finishing one under par with 71.
News Photo by James Andersen
Alpena’s Kelsey Diamond hits her second second on hole No. 4 during the Alpena Invitational at Alpena Golf Club on Saturday. Diamond was Alpena’s top scorer and finished with a 98.
Alpena competes at Lancer Invite
MIDLAND-The Alpena High School boys cross country team finished third on Saturday in the Lancer Invitational.
Alpena finished with 78 points, just behind second-place Midland Dow (75). Saginaw Heritage won the meet with 40 points.
Ethan Crowell was Alpena's top finisher and came in seventh at 17:06. Right behind him in eighth place was Jacob Benson at 17:08. Rounding out Alpena's top finishers were: Elisha Martin in 15th (17:32), RJ Centala in 21st (17:51) and Nevin McHarg in 29th (18:14).
Crowell, Benson, Martin and Centala all earned a medal for finishing in the top 25 among varsity runners.
Tellis Donajkowski (49th, 19:06), Clay Jacobs (59th, 19:25) and John Smith (69th, 19:50) all earned JV medals which were awarded to the top 15 JV finishers.
The Alpena girls team finished fifth, behind Midland Dow, Midland, Bay City Western and Alma.
Kelsey Lewis was Alpena's top finisher, taking seventh place at 21 minutes. Elaine Lowe was 14th at 21:49 and Christine Burke was 22nd at 22:39. All three earned varsity medals.
Other top finishers were Leah Centala (27th, 23:05) and Brooke Burrone (32nd, 23:56) who stepped up for the Wildcats who were missing some of their top runners.
Hannah Thayer finished 65th for Alpena in 26;43 and earned a JV medal.
Rogers City 3, Oscoda 0
The Rogers City volleyball team beat Oscoda on Monday in three games, winning 25-18, 25-4 and 25-22.
Jenna Tulgetske and Morgan Hall each had four kills for the Hurons. Courtney Streich earned seven assists during the match and Rebecca Meredith knocked down four aces.