Craig leads Tri-City golf

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Gazette Staff
May 9, 2008
— Janesville Craig was the first-round leader Thursday in the two-day, 36-hole Tri-City Challenge at Glen Erin Golf Club.

Craig High shot 325, led Jeff Hesse’s 37-41—78 and Greg Reuf’s 40-39—79, the only two rounds in the 70s on a windy course.

Milton was in second place 325, followed by Beloit Memorial at 335 and Janesville Parker at 360.

The tournament concludes today, with the final round also at Glen Erin.


At Glen Erin (Par 35-36—710

Team Scores

(First Day)

Janesville Craig 325, Milton 332, Beloit Memorial 335, Janesville Parker 360.

Individual Results

(Low Four Count)

Janesville Craig (325)—Charlie Roherty, 41-39—80; Greg Reuf, 40-39—79; Mike Tabbert, 43-46—89; Jeff Hesse, 37-41—78; Ross Peterson, 47-41—88.

Milton (332)—Teegan Jacobson, 41-42—83; Justin Ferguson, 36-44—80; Zach Fry, 40-45—85; Mason Walters, 41-43—84; Brovick, 44-45—89.

Beloit Memorial (335)—Eric Lang, 45-51—92; Ethan Dahberg, 42-41—83; Brody Mauel, 41-43—84; Nolan Meier, 41-45—86; Kaleb Mikkelson, 41-41—82.

Janesville Parker (360)—Sam Larson, 41-39—80; Andrew Tearman, 34-48—82; Eric Benzel, 47-48—95; Tyler Brossard, 55-48—103; Ron Ludwig, 56-48—104.

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