MANISTIQUE - It was a tough day for the Munising High School boys and girls golf teams Monday.
Both lost one-stroke team decisions to host Manistique at the Indian Lake Golf and Country Club.
"It's disappointing, but I was happy with the way we golfed," Mustangs head coach Bette Immel said.
The Munising boys dropped a 178-179 decision to the Emeralds. Gwinn placed third with a 187. Defending MHSAA Upper Peninsula Division 2 individual champion Mike Nagy of Manistique claimed medalist honors with a 36.
Alex Morse of Gwinn placed second with a 42, while Keegan Nebel led his Munising squad with a 43.
"We had three of our top five golfers who had never played at Indian Lake before and it was also just their second match ever," Immel said.
The Munising girls, meanwhile, lost to Manistique 233-234.
Hailey Hoholik and Stephanie Halpin both shot a 53 for Manistique. Katie Immel - the coach's daughter - carded a 54.
"That was her lowest score ever," Bette said.