See how the Ann Arbor area golf teams fared in the state finals
For the first time in the school’s history, Ann Arbor Skyline won the Division 1 Boys’ Golf State Championship with an impressive two-round performance.
The Eagles shot a clear 292 for a 5-stroke lead after the first day of competition and came back on Saturday with a round 2 of 302 to win the state title with a team rating of 594, beating Detroit Catholic Central by nine strokes.
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The leading skyline was the newcomer Ieuan Jones, who finished second overall with a two-day rating of 143.
All five Skyline players ended up in the top 27, with newcomer Vibhav Alokam taking 13th (149), second Mitchell Strickland and senior Vimal Alokam 23rd (152) and junior Luke Richard 27th (153th) ) occupied.
Dexter was 16th overall (670) and Saline 17th (671). Senior Jack Kolka stepped Dexter (163) and Saline was led by Senior Ben Wild (162).
Chelsea finished with a solid 620 score, led by Junior Reed Murray who shot 149 and finished 17th overall. Three Chelsea players finished 42nd when Jack Murray, Carter and Jack DeRosia all shot 157 and Ethan Lyles finished the team on a 175 in 92nd place.
Ann Arbor’s father, Gabriel Richard, even played 325 to fourth place with a 650 score on every shooting.
The seniors Anthony Krakowiak (160) and Jordan Garypie (162) took 25th and 28th place respectively, Shane Heiser (163) took 33rd, Joe Renfer (164) 36th and Jack Waldo rounded off the team’s performance a 168 to 44th place.