Alpena girls golf team shoots season best at regionals
MIDLAND — The Alpena High girls golf team competed in regionals at Currie West Golf Club in Midland on Tuesday.
The Wildcats finished in stellar fashion as they shot a season low 472.
Kennedy Ellis shot 81; Gianna Bolda shot 111; Mykenzie Klimczak shot 145; Kaiya Little shot 170 and Bekah Carlson shot 135. Ellis took second place individually and has qualified for the Michigan High School Athletic Association (MHSAA) State Finals on October 18, at Forest Akers Golf Course at Michigan State University.
Ashley Lamb from Petoskey was the Regional Medalist, and Petoskey was the overall Regional Champion with a team score of 365.
The Wildcats will tee off again in Big North Conference Finals on Monday at Traverse City Country Club.
ONAWAY — In a matchup between two undefeated Ski-Valley Conference opponents, it was the Onaway volleyball team coming away victorious to remain unbeaten and improve to 6-0 in conference play, defeating Johannesburg-Lewiston in four sets on Tuesday, winning by scores of 25-15, 25-13, 16-25 and 25-15 at Onaway High School.
“It was a big game for us tonight and a big win considering they (Joburg) was undefeated in the conference coming in,” Onaway coach Steve Watson said. “I felt like the first two sets we were like a machine. It’s tough to keep that level of play going and I thought we played a little tight in the third set, but we were able to rebound and didn’t let that loss affect us and I’m pleased with how the girls played. Overall, it was a good night and it keeps us on pace to achieve our goal of winning a Ski-Valley Conference title.”
Onaway was led by Mallorie Neelis who dished out 20 assists, recorded 20 digs, 10 kills and a pair of aces. Breya Domke finished with 19 kills and 13 digs, Malaurie McLean had 15 digs, handed out six assists, added four kills and a pair of aces. Cloe Ehrke added 14 digs, six aces, four assists and three kills, Jackie Sellke chipped in with six digs, three aces and three kills and Jordan Larson ended the night with 12 digs.
Onaway improves to 19-11-2 overall and will be back in action today when they travel to Cheboygan for a tri against Cheboygan and Sault Ste. Marie.