Local high school boys golf teams took part in regional action last weekend, in an attempt to qualify for the Michigan High School Athletic Association state finals this weekend.

In Division 2, Spring Lake was the lone area team to qualify, finishing in second place in the regional tournament at Lincoln Hills in Ludington with a team score of 331.

Spring Lake sophomore Nick Krueger was the regional medalist with a score of 71. Sophomore Jack Johnson shot an 84 and sophomore Chancellor Fry shot 86. Zack Lisman finished with a 90 while Sam Walters rounded out the team with a 91.

Senior Keaton Inglis of Shelby was the lone area Division 3 state qualifier, finishing third overall in the regional tournament at Railside in Byron Center with a score of 78.

In Division 4, Muskegon Catholic qualified for the state finals with third-place team score of 336 at Hastings Country Club. Collin Powers led the Crusaders, shooting 73, good enough for second place overall, while Chase Mastella shot 85 and Nick Morgenstern shot 87. Rounding out the Muskegon Catholic team were Nate Sullivan and Connor Inglat, who each shot 94.

Two Division 4 golfers qualified for the state finals at individuals – Daniel Vanbiesbrouck of Western Michigan Christian, who finished sixth overall at Hastings Country Club with a score of 80, and Brenden Harris of North Muskegon, who was seventh with an 81.

Spring Lake will compete in the Division 2 state finals at The Meadows on the Grand Valley State University campus, while Keaton Inglis will compete in the Division 3 finals at Ferris State University.

Muskegon Catholic and the Division 4 individual qualifiers will play at Forest Akers East on the Michigan State University campus.