By Geoff Kimmerly
Second Half editor
Golf, tennis and soccer teams continued to claim league championships Monday, as some of the state’s best played their last local matches before the start of MHSAA tournaments later this week.
Each weekday during the school year, we’ll gather and post media links covering the most significant and intriguing high school events from all over the state.
Cedarville’s girls and boys teams, both ranked No. 4 in Upper Peninsula Division 3, swept the Eastern U.P. Conference second jamboree, the girls dominating and the boys edging UPD2 honorable mention Newberry by a point – Sault Ste. Marie Evening News
Port Huron Northern followed Megan Randolph’s 79 to a St. Clair County championship with a 373 total, four strokes lower than runner-up Marysville – Port Huron Times Herald
LPD2 No. 6 St. Joseph shot a 349 to edge LPD4 No. 2 Kalamazoo Hackett by seven strokes and win the HawksHead Invitational in South Haven, the Bears' seventh tournament win in eight events this fall – St. Joseph Herald-Palladium
LPD1 No. 2 Traverse City West and Harbor Springs finished first and second, respectively, at the Traverse City Central Invitational, which doubled as the Big North Conference championship tournament – Traverse City Record-Eagle
St. Clair Shores Lake Shore got three second-half goals from Antonio Kazdaglis to down Warren Woods-Tower, and in doing so, clinch the Macomb Area Conference Gold title – Macomb Daily
Alpena’s Evan LeTourneau broke his school’s career goals record with his 42nd in a 5-1 win over Ogemaw Heights – Alpena News
LPD3 No. 7 Allegan claimed the Wolverine Conference championship with 72 points, three more than runner-up Sturgis – Sturgis Journal
Coldwater claimed its third straight Interstate 8 Athletic Conference championship by edging Parma Western by two points in the league tournament; both are tied for No. 10 in LPD3 – Coldwater Daily Reporter