CHEBOYGAN — Olivia Pizii set one school record and tied another Monday in leading Petoskey to a third-place finish in the Cheboygan Girls’ Golf Invitational at Cheboygan Golf & Country Club.
Pizii set the Northmen nine-hole record with a 39 on the front nine, and tied Amy Batesen’s school standard with 29 putts for an 18-hole round. Pizii shot 82 on the day.
Courtney Dye shot 73 to earn medalist honors and lead Traverse City Central to a first-place finish in the team standings.
The Trojans finished with a 358 team score, while Traverse City West shot 365 to place second. Petoskey posted a 391 to edge Alpena, 392, for third place. Harbor Springs shot 406 to place sixth.
Also for Petoskey, Erin Rautio shot 96, Alex Crouse posted a 103, Liz Vangyi finished at 110, and Ellie Hoch carded a 117.
The scores were 18-hole personal bests for both Vangyi and Hoch, while Rautio tied her personal best.
The Northmen will partake in the Big North Conference Championship 10 a.m. Friday, Sept. 30, at Treetops in Gaylord.
Boyne City 6, Kalkaska 0
BOYNE CITY — Dean Hague had four goals and two assists and goalkeeper Corey Bohnet posted the shutout Monday as Boyne improved to 12-4 overall, 6-1 in the Lake Michigan Conference.
Austin Gardner and Westin Kartes also scored, while Garrett Moeke and Alan Bielas added one assist each.
Volleyball: Hornets split
The Pellston seventh-grade volleyball team split a pair of matches, beating Onaway, 25-22, 14-25, 15-12; and falling to Rogers City St. Ignatius, 18-25, 15-23.
Tess Drier was Pellston’s top server, while Zoe LaFountain, Molly Crossley, Marissa Kintz and Elyssa Prell were also standouts for the Hornets, 4-6.
GAYLORD — Petoskey rolled up 334 points to place first in the second of three Michigan Interscholastic Horsemanship Association (MIHA) District 20 meets at the Otsego County Fairgrounds.
Eleven Northern Michigan high schools were represented in the event, and riders competed in showmanship, English, saddleseat, and western riding, bareback, trail, pattern classes, jumping and speed events.
Riders compete for points in each event, with the winner receiving eight points, the second-place finisher seven, and so on down to eighth place, which receives one point.
The highest scoring teams in district competitions advance to the regional, scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 1-2, in Ludington.
Petoskey team members are Heather Nelson, Jasmine Russell, Kaity Gillis, Linsey Stauffer, Hannah Smith, Alicia Howard, Maisy Lyons, Carrie Coy, Mary Louise Mooradian, and Carmen Hill. They are coached by Beth Harwood, Terry Hollopeter, and Ellie Waterman.
Petoskey competes in A Division, which is comprised of teams with 10 or more riders.
In B Division, teams with five-10 riders, Harbor Springs placed first.
GAYLORD — Harbor Springs scored 177 points to win the B Division of the Michigan Interscholastic Horsemanship Association (MIHA) District 20 meet Saturday at the Otsego County Fairgrounds.
Harbor advances to the regional meet, which is scheduled for Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 1-2, in Ludington. It is the first regional berth for the Harbor Springs equestrian club since its inception six years ago.
Harbor junior Hana Ketterer placed first in saddle seat pattern and hunt seat over fences, second in saddle seat equitation, and third in hunt seat equitation,
Freshman Karli Schwark was first in hunt seat equitation and in hunt seat bareback, and second in hunt seat over fences.
Freshman Kassidy Magdowski was sixth in western pattern and eighth in western bareback.
Sophomore Paige Caudle was seventh in two-person relay and in hunt seat bareback and earned honorable mention in flag race.
freshman Anna DeCamp was seventh in western reining and in two-person relay.
Sophomore Marjori Bolt was eighth in saddle seat pattern, and freshman Morgan Rankin was eighth in western bareback.