The Montague Wildcats captured their second straight Division 4 state title in girls golf on Saturday.

The Wildcats and Lansing Catholic actually tied for the lead with a two-day total of 675. However, the tiebreaker favored the Wildcats as the team’s fifth golfer, Natalie Kellogg, finished at 175 while Lansing Catholic’s fifth golfer carded a 184.

Forest Akers West golf course on the campus of Michigan State University hosted the event.

Medalist honors went to Ann Arbor Greenhills’ Mia Melendez with a two-day total of 143.

Heading into the second day of action, Lansing Catholic held a one-stroke lead on the Wildcats, who in turn, shot one stroke better on Saturday to force a tie and the need for the tiebreaker to determine the winner.

Jackson Lumen Christi finished at 701, followed by Adrian Lenawee Christian at 706 and Remus Chippewa Hills at 722.

The Wildcats were led by senior Orianna Bylsma with a two-day total of 165 (86-79). She finished seventh overall.

Gabriella Moreau, another senior, was 10th at 80-88—168. Sophomore Mackenzie Goudreau turned in an 82-88—170 and finished 13th. Senior Claire Meacham posted Montague’s fourth-best score with 88-86—174. Kellogg, a junior, had 89-86—175.

Division 1

Grand Haven posted a two-day total of 784 and finished 15th in the 18-team field.

The tournament was played at The Meadows in Allendale.

Northville won the team title with a 12-stroke victory over Plymouth. Northville finished the tournament at 307-308—615. Okemos (650), Brighton (671) and Troy Athens (683) rounded out the top five.

The senior-led Bucs were led by Caydee Constant with a two-day total of 177 (93-84). She placed 45th.

Skyler Covelli finished 76th at 101-97—198, Samantha Campbell finished 79th at 95-104—199, Zoe Spoelman was 95th at 94-116—210 and Taya Andrzejewski rounded out the Bucs’ scoring at 108-120—228.

Ann Arbor Skyline’s Adie Maki, a senior, was the medalist with 75-72—147.

Division 2

Reeths-Puffer’s Paige Anderson finished 21st in the Division 2 championship event at Bedford Valley in Battle Creek.

The sophomore carded scores of 84-88 to finish at 172.

No area teams qualified for the event.

The medalist was South Lyon’s Gabriella Tapp at 70-74-144.

Dearborn Divine Child was crowned the state champions with a score of 691, nine shots better than runner-up Byron Center. South Lyon, Farmington Hills Mercy and Gull Lake rounded out the top 5.

Division 3

The Whitehall Vikings finished 10th and the Spring Lake Lakers were 14th in the 18-team field that competed at Forest Akers West on the campus of Michigan State University.

Karli Vanduinen paced the Vikings by finishing second overall with a two-day total of 153. She had scores of 78-75.

Other Viking golfers included sophomore Ava Garcia, who finished 34th at 92-93—185, freshman Grace McDowell at 75th with 105-105—210, Lacey Herbert, a senior, at 91st with 115-109—224 and senior Chloe Essebaggers was 93rd with 114-111—225.

Spring Lake’s finish was led by sophomore Clara Saunders, whose two-day total of 83-103—186 was good for 35th place. Senior Kelsey Megley was 56th with 95-104—199, freshman Zoe Dull and junior Clare Stempky tied for 70th at 208. Dull had scores of 109-99 Stempky was at 101-107. Rounding out the Laker lineup was junior Kayden Fritsche, who finished 87th at 110-110—220.

Individual qualifier, Emma McKinley from Ludington, finished 21st with a two-day total of 90-85-175. Grant’s Nadia Zerlaut, a sophomore, was 26th at 85-93—178.

Lauren Timpf from Macomb Lutheran North was the medalist with a two-day total of 139.

Bloomfield Hills Cranbook Kingswood won the state championship with a score of 694, six shots better than runner-up Grosse Ile. Grand Rapids South Christian, Bloomfield Hills Marian and Grand Rapids Catholic Central completed the top 5 finishers.