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Janesville Parker golfers keep streak alive

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Gazette Staff
August 26, 2009
— Janesville Parker High School’s girls golf team kept its Big Eight Conference unbeaten streak alive Tuesday.

The Vikings shot a 354 total at Hawks Landing to easily beat Madison Memorial and Sun Prairie in a triangular meet.


Parker, behind an 80 from Katie Brossard and an 81 from Molly Rozeboom, improved to 4-0 in Big Eight dual meets.


“We played pretty well as a team on what is a tough resort course,” Parker coach John Zimmerman said. “Katie and Molly were pretty steady the entire round, and it was nice to see Amanda Becker (88) play well, too.


“It was important to get a couple more wins today because we’ve got a big match coming up on Monday.”


Parker hosts crosstown rival Janesville Craig and preseason conference favorite Middleton on Monday at Riverside Golf Course.


PARKER 354, MEMORIAL 412, SUN PRAIRIE 463


At Hawks Landing (Par 72)


Janesville Parker (354)—Katie Brossard, 39-41—80; Molly Rozeboom, 40-41—81; Amanda Becker, 42-46—88; Taylor Utzig, 54-51—105.


Madison Memorial (412)—Jen Halberslaben, 45-46—91; Grace Jones, 46-49—95; Melanie Chang, 61-59—120; Kayla Kinney, 48-58—106.


Sun Prairie (463)—Shelby Heinemann, 52-62—114; Nicole Bourgeois, 56-53—109; Aspyn Breuer, 53-60—113; J.J. Keats, 66-61—127.


n Cougars split—Brittany McNett-Emmerich fired a 2-over par 73 at Krueger-Haskell in leading Madison West to a Big Eight Conference sweep of Janesville Craig and host Beloit Memorial.


West had a 348 team total, while Craig shot 393. Beloit had only one varsity player and finished with an incomplete score.


Craig High (3-1) was led by Sarah Sheldon’s 89.


WEST 348, CRAIG 393, BELOIT inc.


At Krueger-Haskell (Par 71)


Madison West (348)—B. McNett-Emmerich, 36-37—73; M. Welch, 42-42—84; L. Luedtke, 47-48—95; D. Leuker, 50-46—96.


Janesville Craig (393)—Lindsey Beals, 47-53—100; Kyleigh Fenton, 52-46—98; Sarah Sheldon, 46-43—89; Ashley Hermanns, 52-54—106.


Beloit (inc.)—Uniqua Quillins, 54-51—105.




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