Montague Girls Win Greater Muskegon Athletic Association Golf Title

DOUBLE LAKE—The Montague Wildcats women’s golf team captured the 2022 GMAA (Greater Muskegon Athletic Association) golf title on Wednesday afternoon with a landslide victory on the course.

The event took place at the Stonegate Community and Golf Club.

The Wildcats finished 27 shots ahead of second Mona Shores. Montague shot a 361 and finished third. Mariners finished at 388. Whitehall Vikings came in third place at 395.

The rest of the team scores included: North Muskegon (419), Fruitport (435), Oakridge (449), Holton (472) and Western Michigan Christian (515). Reeths-Puffer has only played with three golfers and has not competed as a team.

Montague junior Mackenzie Goudreau took individual honors on the day with a 75. She was followed by Reeths-Puffer junior Paige Anderson 80 and Montague senior Natalie Kellogg finished third at 83.

“I couldn’t be more proud of our point guards, Mack and Nat, who played like the champions they are today,” said Montague coach Phil Kerr. “Mackenzie set a new school record and put her name on the city’s list of individual champions. It’s such an amazing achievement, and she’s the first Wildcat to do it. And I’m so happy for Brooke, Abby and Lauren who worked hard for years to get a chance to play in one of them and they performed so well under championship pressure. This one means a lot.

Other top ten golfers included Mona Shores sophomore Mayson Southland (84), Whitehall junior Ava Garcia (85), Reeths-Puffer second Rowan Bluhm (94), Whitehall senior Lizbeth Bentz (98), Montague senior Brooke Berry (99), Holton second Karley Plekes (100) and Mona Shores junior Maddie Etterman (100).

2022 GMAA Women’s Golf Champions – Montague Wildcats (Photo/Leo Valdez)

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