2017-09-13 / Sports

Almont girls second at Patriot Cup; Lapeer fourth

BY AUSTIN VANDAELE
810-452-2655 • avandaele@mihomepaper.com


The Almont girls’ golf team (left to right): Brandi Kautz, Tyler Kautz, Grace Zimmerman, Lindsey Albrecht, and Gillian Nichols placed second at the annual Patriot Cup tournament at Frankenmuth Monday. 
Photo provided by David Zimmerman The Almont girls’ golf team (left to right): Brandi Kautz, Tyler Kautz, Grace Zimmerman, Lindsey Albrecht, and Gillian Nichols placed second at the annual Patriot Cup tournament at Frankenmuth Monday. Photo provided by David Zimmerman FRANKENMUTH — Tyler Kautz carded an 80 to lead the Almont girls’ golf team to a second place finish at the Patriot Cup held at the Fortress in Frankenmuth on Monday. Almont shot a total of 346, second only to Lutheran North, that carded a 344. Clio took third with a 356 and Lapeer and Troy Athens tied in fourth with a 358.

Following Kautz was Grace Zimmerman, who shot an 82. Lindsey Albrecht and Brandi Kautz carded a pair of 92s and Gillian Nichols shot a 115.

Almont will be at Armada next Monday. — A.V.

LAPEER

Brooke Gibbons’ third-overall individual round of 75 was not enough to lift the Lady Lightning to a win over some tough competition during Monday’s Patriot Cup held at the Fortress in Frankenmuth. Lapeer finished tied for fourth with Troy Athens with a 358. Lutheran North secured the victory with a 344, Almont was second with a 346 and Clio was third with a 356.

Gibbons was followed by Madelyn Taormina, who carded a 93. Emily Brecht shot a 94, Kaylin Winther had a 96 and Callie Kennedy carded a 101 for Lapeer.

Lapeer faces off with its Saginaw Valley League opponents today at Sawmill Golf Club in Saginaw. — A.V.

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