The Lakers shot a score of 338 to take first in Division 3-4 play of the Kenowa Hills Invitational on Friday.
Much in the same fashion as their first record-setting effort, Spring Lake shattered the previous one.
The Lakers’ score of 338 was 17 strokes better than the 355 they shot to win the Jenison Invitational in August, which was an 18-stroke improvement from the previous school record.
Spring Lake also broke its nine-hole record this week, shooting a 161 at the Ludington Jamboree on Wednesday.
“This was unbelievable,” coach George Bittner said of breaking three school records in the same season — two in the same week. “What I think happened is that we had Anna (Kramer) coming in, and the other girls returning decided they better up their game a bit. … They did things that the boys had done for years (playing in summer leagues and tournaments), and now it’s paid off for the girls like it did for the boys.
“It has paid off tremendously, and I think we can still lower it (even more).”
Spring Lake had multiple medalists on the day.
Virginia Olszewski finished third with a 78. She was followed by Kramer (seventh, 82) and Karissa Raschke (19th, 88).
Jaedyn Shelton shot a career best of 87. The score would have been enough to medal, but Shelton was considered an extra player for the Lakers.
Spring Lake’s score of 338 would have been good for third in Division 1-2 play.
Fruitport boys tennis loses to Big Rapids, 7-1
The Fruitport boys tennis team lost 7-1 to Big Rapids on Friday.
No. 1 singles player Alex Bowen was the lone winner for the Trojans.
“We did not play well as a team,” head coach Brad Busscher said.