HOUGHTON - Portage Lake Golf Course recently hosted a junior tournament with winner crowned in six divisions.
In the girls' 17-and-under division, Adison Cook of Houghton shot 94, six better than Lyndsay Sandell, also of Houghton.
The boys' 17-U winner was Houghton's Gunnar Stein, whose 77 was three shots better than Austin Mikesch of Green Bay.
Posing with their trophies are, from left, Trevor Tchida (boys 14-U?runner up), Adison Cook (girls 17-U?winner), Lyndsay Sandell (girls 17-U?runner-up), Tyler Berwall (boys’ 14-U?winner), Tyler Johnson (third, boys’ 14-U). (Photo courtesy of Portage Lake Golf Course)
Posing with their trophies are, front row from left, Colin Bjorne (boys 12-U winner), Kyle Maki (boys 12-U?runner-up), Trent Ledgerwood (third, boys’ 12-U); back row, Gunnar Stein (boys’ 17-U winner) and Austin Mikesch (boys’ 17-U?runner-up). (Photo courtesy of Portage Lake Golf Course)
10-U and 8-U?competitors, from left, Jackson Sintkowski, Morgen Sintkowski, William Bershing, Carter Kilpela, Tyson Markham, Mika Jalkanen, Dylan Dube and Miles Brown. (Photo courtesy of Portage Lake Golf Course)
Tyler Bergwall of Marquette shot 88 to win the boys' 14-U division, with Trevor Tchida of Hancock six back and Tyler Johnson four behind him.
Colin Bjorne of Ishpeming ran away with the boys' 12-U title, shooting 46 for nine holes. Kyle Maki of Hancock was second with a 57 and Trent Ledgerwood of Chassell shot 58.
Tyson Markham of Chassell blazed to a 31 over seven holes and finished first in the 10-U class. Dylan Dube of Hancock was second. Mika Jalkanen of Houghton and Miles Brown of Calumet tied for third.
The 8-U winner was Carter Kilpela of Hancock, followed by Jackson Sintkowski of Hancock and Marino Pisani of Houghton.