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Montague edges Whitehall

MUSKEGON — North Muskegon continues to dominate the West Michigan Conference golf season in the early going, but the race for the remaining spots is very close, and it was so again at Wednesday’s jamboree hosted by the Norsemen. Montague finished third with a 361, two shots behind second-place Mason County Central, and Whitehall was just one shot behind the Wildcats, at 362. North Muskegon’s 350 topped all comers. Comments (0)

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