MANISTIQUE - It was cold, windy, and the Indian Lake Golf Course still had wet areas in scattered spots on Thursday at the Mid-Peninsula Conference Meet.
To sum it up, it was typical Upper Peninsula conditions that golfers across the area have had to deal with this season.
With the prep golf season nearing its end, the weather doesn't even faze these golfers. Especially Manistique's Hailey Hoholik, who claimed the girls medalist honors with a 91 - 23 strokes better than the next girl.
"I'm used to playing in these types of conditions because it's Michigan," she said. "There's been nothing really else. It's not going to be 80 degrees every day you're out there, so I'm used to it."
Hoholik and the Emeralds finished second in the team race with 498. Iron Mountain took home the conference title, shooting 477.
Westwood's Lauren Farley was also among the top five as her 116 put her fourth.
Mid-Peninsula Conference meet
at Indian Lake Golf Club, Manistique
NORWAY (359) - Austin Hansen, 79; Justin Anderson, 89; Bryce Kelly, 90; Mike Scalwo, 101
NEGAUNEE (369) - Dave Renaldi, 85; Mike Wilbur, 94; Carter Mason, 94; Erik Voskul, 96.
IRON MOUNTAIN (372) - Austin Blomquist, 83; Kyle Johnson, 91; Matt Opolka, 95; Nick Jacobs, 103
MANISTIQUE (376) - D.K. Boyd, 90; Zach Powers, 91; Alex Anderson, 97; Louis Berry, 98
WESTWOOD (376) - Connor Mason, 89; Trevor Burke, 98; Trevor Swanson, 100; Michael Farley, 110
ISHPEMING (no team score) - Matt Kilberg, 90; Dominic Suardini, 94
GWINN (no team score) - R.J. Boogren, 184; Kyle Rozich, 192
IRON MOUNTAIN (477) - Kathryn Brown, 114; Cassie Feira, 114; Marti Pirkola, 122; Lexi Verrette, 127
MANISTIQUE (498) - Hailey Hoholik, 91; Rachel Ryan, 131; Lexie Carlson, 134; Maggie Morrison, 142
WESTWOOD (535) - Lauren Farley, 116; Oliva Derocha, 132; Karli Burke, 141; Rylee Perry, 146
ISHPEMING (619) - Desiree Neveau, 140; Sadie Stetson, 155; Chloe Stetson, 159; Ashley Bertucci, 165
NORWAY (no team score) - Paige Sheski, 159; Lane Broden, 169
The Patriots were third with 535 and Ishpeming fourth with 619.
On the boys side, Norway claimed the conference title as the Knights shot 359, 10 strokes better than runner-up Negaunee's 369.
Norway's Austin Hansen shot 79 to claim medalist honors by four strokes.
Austin Blomquist of Iron Mountain was the boys runner-up with 83, followed by Negaunee's Dave Renaldi with 85 and Westwood's Connor Mason with 89.
IM managed to finish third team-wise with 372, while Manistique and Westwood tied for fourth with 376.