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Edgerton High makes state meet a team affair

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Gazette Staff
October 8, 2009

State bound.


For the first time in program history, Edgerton High School’s girls golf team has qualified for the WIAA state meet.


The Crimson Tide, behind medalist Allyssa Ferrell, finished second Wednesday in the Division 2 sectional at Trappers Turn in Wisconsin Dells.


Ferrell led the way with a 78, including a blistering 2-under 34 on the front nine. Ferrell’s younger sister, Brooke, fired an 80, while Emma Stolen shot a 105 and Brianne Lintvedt a 114 as Edgerton finished with a 377 total.


“We’re so excited to be able to play at state as a team,” Allyssa said. “All the hard work is over. Now we can just go out and have fun. There’s no more pressure to try and get to state.


“We knew it was going to be tough today in trying to get that second spot to go to state, but we played just good enough as a team to make it. There’s always room for improvement, but getting to state is awesome.”


Madison Edgewood, the eight-time defending state champion, easily won the team title with a 330 total.


WIAA girls golf

Division 2


WISCONSIN DELLS SECTIONAL


At Trappers Turn (Par 72)


TEAM SCORES


Madison Edgewood 330, Edgerton 377, Osseo-Fairchild 387, Lancaster 396, Eau Claire Regis 404, Arcadia/Cochrane-Fountain City 412, McFarland 413, La Crosse Aquinas 463.


MEDAL LEADERS


Allyssa Ferrell (Edgerton), 78; Doyle O’Brien (Edgewood), 79; Brooke Ferrell (Edgerton), 80; Katie Pokrondt (Eau Claire Regis), 81; Meghan Martine (Edgewood), 82.


INDIVIDUAL RESULTS


Edgewood (330)—Meghan Martine, 41-41—82; Doyle O’Brien, 39-40—79; Caroline Yaeger, 43-41—84; Claire Reichenbacher, 40-45—85.


Edgerton (377)—Allyssa Ferrell, 34-44—78; Brooke Ferrell, 39-41—80; Emma Stolen, 54-51—105; Brianne Lintvedt, 57-57—114.


Osseo-Fairchild (387)—Mallory Young, 43-48—91; Addie Vold, 43-45—88; Tess Steen, 48-57—105; Kimmie Kittelson, 55-58—113.


Lancaster (396)—Shannon Farrey, 46-44—90; Mallory Miles, 49-46—95; Danielle Hentrich, 60-44—104; Katie Landon, 55-52—107.


Regis (404)—Lindsey Eisenhuth, 46-49—95; Katie Pokrondt, 44-37—81; Amanda Eisenhuth, 60-56—116; Angela Krueger, 55-57—112.


A/C-FC (412)—Janelle Dekan, 47-43—90; Allison Lisowski, 45-58—103; Becky Konkel, 54-54_108; Lexi Lambert, 57-54—111.


McFarland (413)—Annie Culver, 46-44—90; Karin Hansen, 51-51—102; Halle Siebert, 55-54_109; Ali Burke, 54-58—112.


Aquinas (463)—Sam Thaldorf, 59-53—112; Jenna Smith, 57-57—114; Erica Weber, 59-52—111; Megan Dorsey, 70-56—126.


INDIVIDUAL QUALIFIERS


Ali McCauley (Darlington/Cuba City), 49-42—91; Nellie Black (Darlington/Cuba City), 52-44—96; Shana Harms (Blair-Taylor/Whitnall), 49-49—98; Kate Engler (Beloit Turner), 51-50—101; Courtney Pickett (Neillsville), 53-52—105; McKenzie Snustead (Westby), 53-57—110; Hilary Haynes (Gale-Etrick-Trempealeau), 64-59—123; Liane Mills (Beloit Turner), 56-71—127.


n Madison Edgewood, Edgerton, Regis’ Katie Pokrondt, Osseo-Fairchild’s Addie Vold and McFarland’s Annie Culver advance to the WIAA Division 2 state tournament at University Ridge in Madison on Monday and Tuesday.



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