Portland Boys Varsity Golf

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Portland Hosts Golf Regionals; Team Does Well, Pier Qualifies for Finals

At Wednesday’s MHSAA Division 3 Boy’s Golf Regional Tournament, the boys’ varsity golf team put together their fifth, consecutive consistent eighteen-hole team score of the season. Although their team score wasn’t low enough to be one of three out of nineteen teams in this regional to move on to state finals, their score of 345

Shooting their season best eighteen-hole score of the season didn’t prove to be enough to capture the needed points to reach a second place finish in the final standings of the CAAC White Division for the boys golf team on Tuesday. The eighteen-hole CAAC White Divisional tournament was played at The Emerald Golf Course near

Varsity Golf Does Well Against Area’s Best in CAAC Open

At yesterday’s CAAC Open Tournament, the varsity boy’s golf team put in another strong team round and finished in seventh place out of thirteen teams with representative teams from all three divisions of the CAAC.  With nine of the thirteen teams being either division one or two golf teams, the Raiders (a division 3 team)

Boys Varsity Golf Wins Final League Jamboree

Sometimes there’s no place like your home golf course! Played the Portland Country Club, the Raiders varsity boy’s golf team shot a winning and season best team score of 161 to shake up the final jamboree standings in the CAAC White Division heading into next week’s eighteen-hole divisional tournament. Williamston took second place yesterday with

Varsity Golf Bests Their Top Team Score Again

The varsity boy’s golf team continued on a path of playing consistent and improving team golf at yesterday’s fifth divisional jamboree. Played at Ionia’s home course Shadow Ridge Golf Course, the Raiders recorded yet another season best, nine-hole team score of 168 to capture second place behind the divisional leading Hornets of Williamston who shot

Boys Varsity Golf Holes Best Score of Season

In a non-conference, tri match played yesterday afternoon at the Portland County Club, the varsity boy’s golf team out shot both the Central Montcalm Hornets and Charlotte Orioles. The Raiders finished with a season’s best nine-hole team score of 176 to Central Montcalm’s 194 and Charlotte’s 200. Scoring for the Raiders was:  match medalist Zach

Varsity Golf – 3rd in League Jamboree

Yesterday afternoon, the varsity boy’s golf team played in their fourth divisional jamboree at Lansing Catholic’s home course the Country Club of Lansing. Only nine strokes separated the three top teams at yesterday’s match. Williamston managed to grab first place by shooting three strokes better than second place Lansing Catholic 170 to 173. The Raiders

Both Golf Teams Finish 3rd in League Jamboree

Played at Fowlerville’s home golf course, Oak Lane in Webberville, Williamston took an eight stroke edge over Lansing Catholic 165 to 173 to capture first place at yesterday’s CAAC White Division jamboree. The Raiders continued to build on their strong hold of third place in the division with another third place jamboree finish with team

Golf With Another Strong Finish – Runner Up at Alma Tournament

The varsity boy’s golf team nearly pulled off back to back tournament champs. Playing in their second eighteen-hole tournament in three days, the varsity boy’s golf team finish just three strokes behind division three, state ranked Shepard at yesterday’s Alma Army-Panther Classic Golf Invitational. Played at the Pine River Country Club in Alma, Shepard shot

Varsity Golf Wins Ionia County Shootout; JV Runner Up

BACK TO BACK CHAMPS! On Saturday, the varsity boy’s golf team played in the Ionia County Shoot-Out Tournament. The eighteen-hole match was held at the Morrison Lake Golf Course. This time the mantra “That every stroke counts” played favorably for the Raiders. With a team score of 344, Portland finished a mere five strokes better