NEW BUFFALO — Bridgman won a season-opening BCS jamboree on April 15 at Lake Michigan Hills (hosted by Lake Michigan Catholic) and did it again on April 23 at Pine View Golf Club (hosted by Howardsville Christian).

The order of finish on April 23 was: 1. Bridgman (194); 2. Lake Michigan Catholic (198); 3. New Buffalo (245); 4. River Valley (259); 5. Howardsville (291).

Individual scores included:

Bridgman – Weston Busick – 46; Dylan Backus – 47; Hunter Ives – 50; Maura Killips – 51; Justin Ott – 53; and Jayden Blanchette – 60.

New Buffalo – Evan Messinger – 57; Bodee Davis – 59; Ethan Moser – 61; Evan Spriggs – 68.

River Valley – Hunter Lynch – 58; Aiden Bettig – 60; Jayden Witter – 62; Haley Goodenough – 79; Emma Sanford – 103.

The order of finish at the April 15 jamboree was: 1. Bridgman (213); 2. Lake Michigan Catholic (224); 3. New Buffalo (291); 4. Howardsville (313); 5. River Valley (318).

Individual results included:

Bridgman – Backus – 50; TJ DeMeulenaere – 53, Busick – 54; Killips – 56

New Buffalo – Davis – 53; Moser – 74; Spriggs – 75, Luke Brown – 89.

River Valley – Bettig – 60; Lynch – 77, Bri Martin – 90; Witter – 91.

The Bees, Bison and Mustangs participated in an April 20 invitational tournament hosted by New Buffalo at Whittaker Woods (Lakeshore placed first with a team tally of 393).

Bridgman scored 423 as a team in the 18-hole tourney (DeMeulenaere 103, Busick 105, Killips 107 and Backus 108). River Valley fired a 512 (Bettig led the way with a 105) while three Bison players participated (Messinger shot a 127).

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