Millington edged out Swan Valley, winning the Division 3 men’s regional golf title on Friday at Verona Hills Golf Club in Bad Axe.

The Cardinals finished with 322 shots, led by medalist Bryce Martin. The freshman shot a 75 against Millington teammate Kaden Wisenbach, who finished second with a 76. Drew Murry also scored for the Cardinals with an 84 and Issac Slough with an 87.

Swan Valley finished second, three strokes behind the Cardinals with a 325. Junior Ashton DiBlasi led the Vikings with a 77. Swan Valley placed four golfers in the Top 10, with sixth-place finisher John McCarthy (82). Cameron Vacik and Alexander Galsterer are tied for ninth with 83 seconds.

Sandusky also qualified for the state meet, finishing second with a 347. Individual qualifiers included Owen Halstead of Essexville Garber (81), Eric Nielsen of Frankenmuth (82), and Carson Countegan of Hemlock (82).

In the Division 2 meet at The Emerald in St. Johns, Flint Powers won the regional title with a 303, led by medalist Robert Burns with a 69. Alma junior Jeffrey Sager qualified in the individual with a 76.

Soft ball

  • Brooklyn Compau threw a two-hit shutout, his 10th of the season, striking out 16 in a 13-0 win over Cass City. Compau reached 300 strikeouts with the 16 strikeout effort. Maggie Thiel led the offense with three hits, two runs and two stolen bases, while Tiffany Keller, Faith Breinager, Compau and Emily Warden each had two hits for the Eagles, which finished the season at 33-4.
  • Midland High swept New Lothrop, 4-2 and 17-1. Rachel Mecca took the win in Game 1, allowing two runs on three hits, striking out four. Addie Edwards led Midland with two hits. In Game 2, Midland scored nine runs in the second inning. Grace Schloop picked up the win, allowing one run on two hits over four innings. Emersen Hoon led Midland’s offense with three hits.

Baseball

  • Breckenridge swept Mount Pleasant Sacred Heart to win the Mid-State Activities Conference with a conference record of 15-1, 21-4 overall. Cramer Laurenz and Maxx Eastman held Sacred Hear to three hits in a 4-3 Game 1 win. Landen Aldrich and Jace Horman had two hits apiece for the Huskies. Jacob Gillis improved to 7-0 with a 7-5 Breckenridge in Game 2, with Eastman earning the save. Aldrich and Horman had two hits apiece, with Laurenz hitting a three-run homer.

If you want sports news from your local high school delivered to your inbox every day for free, Click here and sign up for one of our local sports newsletters.

**Subscribe to MLive for full access throughout the spring sports seasononly $1 for 3 months!**

AFTER

Saginaw Nouvel Golfer Adds MLive Saginaw Athlete of the Week Win