“We struggled at the beginning, but came back in good shape,” Spring Lake coach George Bitner said of his team’s score of 307, which placed them tied for sixth overall. “That was our second-best score of the season, and it came at a high-pressure tournament of the state finals.”
DeWitt was the team leader after the first round with a 292 — 15 strokes ahead of the Lakers and 10 strokes better than second-place Tecumseh’s 302. Bloomfield Hills Cranbrook-Kingswood was third with 303, followed by Richland Gull Lake and Big Rapids each with a 306.
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