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Munising Finishes Fifth at U.P. Golf Finals

Last Updated: July, 8 2024
Munising Finishes Fifth at U.P. Golf Finals

Crystal Falls, MI - The Munising girls golf team came away with a fifth place finish at the 2024 MHSAA Upper Peninsula Finals in Division 2, held on Wednesday at Young's Golf Course.

 

Bark River-Harris’ Ava McDonough tees off on No. 17 at the MHSAA Upper Peninsula Finals in Division 2 girls golf on Wednesday at Young’s Golf Course in Crystal Falls. (Photo courtesy Jason Juno)

 

Bark River-Harris won the team championship with a score of 439, while Ava McDonough claimed the individual medalist honors after carding a round of 101. It was the first U.P. title for the Broncos since back-to-back Division 3 wins in 2014 and 2015.

 

“It’s amazing,” Broncos coach Matt Sly said about his team’s title. “I’ve been with these girls now, this is our third year. We took third three years ago, second last year. They worked really hard this year, and they were able to do it.”

 

West Iron County finished as the tournament runners-up at 451, followed by Norway at 468 in third. Stephenson took fourth at 470, and Munising ended in fifth place with a team total of 471.

 

Leading the way for the Mustangs was Jailen Hancock, who shot a 105 to tie for third place overall. It was a strong individual showing for the Munising golfer against competition from across the U.P.

 

The Wyckles of West Iron County were represented well, as Kya Dallavalle's round of 108 was good for fifth place individually. Rounding out the top 10 was Jolie Ake of Munising with a 114.

 

Munising had a respectable showing at the U.P. Finals in Division 2 girls golf, despite not winning a title. Their prospects for growth are still promising.

 

References: 

https://www.miningjournal.net/sports/2024/05/munising-5th-at-mhsaa-upper-peninsula-finals-in-division-2-girls-golf/

 

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Olivia has a journalism degree and has covered women's professional golf for nearly a decade. She is known for her thoughtful profiles of LPGA stars, as well as her ability to bring the drama and storylines of the women's game to the forefront. Respected by players and fans alike, this author provides unparalleled access and analysis of the world's best female golfers.

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