In Division 1, the Mona Shores Sailors are seventh, and in Division 4, the Pentwater Falcons are in 16th place.
The two-day tournament concludes Saturday with another 18 holes. At that point, state champions in the four divisions will be crowned.
Spring Lake shot an opening-round score of 307 and trail leader Bloomfield Hills Brother Rice by four shots.
The tournament is being held at The Meadows in Allendale.
The Lakers are led by Evan McDermott, who shot a 71, which was the second-best score on the day. Spring Lake also received a 76 from junior Max Brown, a 77 from senior Dylan Lisman, an 83 from junior Conrad Bush and an 84 from senior R.J. Lisman. The top four scores from each team figure into the team’s scoring.
Grand Rapids Christian is third with 308 strokes, Williamston is fourth with 311 and Flint Powers Catholic at 312 is fifth.
Individually, Reeths-Puffer’s Tyler Tallefson, a senior, shot a 78.
Mona Shores shot an opening-day score of 323 and sits in seventh place. Ann Arbor Skyline leads the pack at 296, five shots better than second-place Detroit Catholic Central. Brighton is third with 310, Traverse City Central is fourth with 317 and Grand Rapids Forest Hills Northern is fifth at 319.
Division 1 is being played at Katke Golf Course in Big Rapids.
The Sailors are led by junior Nicholas Taylor with an 80. Seniors Jeffrey Lenartowicz, Owen DeLong and Alex Eckermann all carded an 81. The Sailors fifth golfer, senior Chase Knowlton, finished with an 84.
Pentwater struggled to a one-day total of 377 and is in 16th place after the opening round. Junior Andrew Kolenda led the Falcons with an 89. He was followed by sophomore Alivia Kolenda and freshman Nathan Macher with 94s and sophomore Hunter Cornelisse with a 100. Freshman Mikey Carlson rounded out the Falcons’ scoring with a 108.
Forest Akers West on the campus of Michigan State University is hosting the tournament.
The area also had two golfers competing as individuals. Holton senior Wyatt Monette shot a first-round score of 88 and Muskegon Catholic senior Trevor Hilton finished at 99.
Ann Arbor Greenhills is enjoying a 10-shot lead after the first day of the tournament. Greenhills shot a 306. Traverse City St. Francis and Grosse Pointe Woods University Liggett are tied for second at 316.
No area teams are competing in the tournament, which is being played at The Fortress in Frankenmuth.
Individually, Montague senior Danny Flanagan shot a 93 and is tied for 82nd place.