The Grosse Pointe South boys' golf team turned in an impressive third-place finish at last weekend's Traverse City Invitational.
On the first day, the Blue Devils shot a 316 on the Wolverine Course and on day two, they fired a 309 on the Spruce Course.
Muskegon Mona Shores won a tiebreaker with Schwarz Creek to win the tournament as each team shot a 622. South was next with a 625.
For the Blue Devils, David Szymanski shot a 77 each day to lead the team. Reise Becker also shot in the 70s and Brennan Ifkovits shot a 76 on day two.
Earlier in the week, South beat Utica Ford to improve to 2-0 in the Macomb Area Conference Red Division.
The Grosse Pointe North boys' golf team was finally able to play a round of golf that counted on the scorecard.
The Norsemen finished 10th out of 23 teams in the Travis Point Invitational with a 350. Novi Detroit Catholic Central won with a 306 and Muskegon Mona Shores was second as each of its golfers shot in the 70s.
The Norsemen were led by senior Thomas Vismara, who shot an 85. Other scorers were junior Jack Muschong with an 87, senior Eddie Nepi with an 88 and sophomore J.P. Navetta with a 90.
University Liggett boys' golf team won both matches against Ann Arbor Greenhills and Roeper School last week.
Thomas Peracchio was medalist in both matches, posting a 40 against each squad.
Last weekend, the Knights finished second in the Michigan Independent Athletic Conference's first 18-hole tournament, with Stephen Campau and Luke Soyka placing in the top 10.