Golf: Flivvs sweep triangular golf meet at Pine Grove

Kingsford's Chase Kreski putts on the first green while Iron Mountain's Ricky Brown looks on Monday during a high school golf meet at Pine Grove Country Club. (Burt Angeli/The Daily News)

IRON MOUNTAIN — Kingsford swept a high school golf triangular meet Monday at Pine Grove Country Club.

The Flivver boys overcame a two-over par 38 from medalist Marcus Johnson of Iron Mountain. Kingsford posted a 171 in beating Westwood, 178, and Iron Mountain, 186.

Chase Kreski and Allen Linn each shot 41 to lead the Flivvers, followed by Sawyer Perpich, 43, and Matt Solda, 46.

Cam Mason paced Westwood with a 39. Trent Sweeney, 43; Colin Bjorne, 48, and Dylan Jurak, 48, also played for the Patriots.

Ricky Brown was second on the Mountaineers with a 39, trailed by Eli Lofholm, 50, and Tyler Fox, 52.

In the girls meet, Hailey Gabriel’s 51 led the Flivvers, 242, past Iron Mountain, 276, and Westwood, 296.

Kate Cook, 61; Haley Bubloni, 62; and Lily Menghini, 67; filled out the Flivver lineup. The Mountaineers scored Jenna Santini, 55; Miranda Julian, 64; Lily Verette, 75; and Lulu McCash, 82.

Westwood had Olivia Kierzek, 69; Bailey DeAugustine, 72; Aubrie Magnuson, 75; and Kaylee Lamere, 80.

Niagara boys 5th

NORWAY — Coleman’s Casey Casper shot two-under par on the back nine and finished with a medalist round of par-72 in the M&O Conference 18-hole golf meet Monday at Oak Crest Golf Course.

Runner-up Shane Bauer of Crivitz was six strokes back at 78.

Bauer and Casper led an All-M&O Conference golf team with Cody Van Hoff, Cameron Zirbel and Peyton Deering of Coleman; Eli Lawrence, Mason Marvin and Travis Giese of Crivitz; and Tyler Stuart and Christian Hornick of STAA.

Coleman took team honors Monday with a 350, followed by Crivitz 395, STAA 437, Wausaukee 494, Niagara 509, Oneida 513, Suring/Gillett 526 and Lena 980.

Niagara scored Josh Goudreau 100, Cole Brown 108, Brooke Schwedersky 150 and Julia Brown 151.

“Golf today went well for some folks, but not well for others,” said Niagara Coach Nicole Anderson. “Josh put together his best round to date, which is exactly what he needed to do heading into regional next Tuesday.

“Cole is golfing consistently and strong. Our younger golfers learn so much each match. It is very fun to watch and exciting to see their growth.”

Final M&O standings listed Coleman, Crivitz, STAA, Wausaukee and Niagara.