The Rockets shot a 311, good for first place, 55 strokes better than Mona Shores and Jenison, which tied for second with a 366.
Avery Howard won medalist honors for Reeths-Puffer, shooting a 71. Her Rockets teammates rounded out the top four, with Karina Vanduinen (75) finishing second, Abby Fansler (82) third and Karlle Hallberg (83) fourth.
Mona Shores’ Logan Potts (89) was seventh, Taylor Keessen and Chloe Knowlton (92) finished tied for eighth and Brooke Southland (93) was tenth.
Fruitport (415) was fourth and Kenowa Hills (424) was fifth.