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Middleton leads All-Big Eight golf team

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October 21, 2009

Middleton High School, the WIAA Division 1 state champion, highlights the All-Big Eight Conference girls golf selections.


Four of the 10 players named to the first or second team are from Middleton, including first-team selection Monica Enderlin.


Madison East junior Alex Douglas, the Division 1 state runner-up, has been named the conference Player of the Year. Middleton’s Jeff Kenas is the Coach of the Year.


Janesville Parker, the conference runner-up and a Division 1 state qualifier, has seniors Katie Brossard and Molly Rozeboom on the second team. Rozeboom and Brossard are all-conference selections for the fourth straight year.


Parker junior Amanda Becker has received honorable mention, along with Janesville Craig seniors Lindsey Beals and Kyleigh Fenton.


ALL-BIG EIGHT GIRLS GOLF

FIRST TEAM


Alex Douglas, jr., Madison East; Monica Enderlin, sr., Middleton; Brittany McNett-Emmerich, jr., Madison West; McKenna Prestigiacomo, sr., Madison La Follette; Mary Welch, sr., Madison West.


SECOND TEAM


Katie Brossard, sr., Janesville Parker; Allison Van Keuklom, jr., Middleton; Molly Rozeboom, sr., Janesville Parker; Sydney Tokach, jr., Middleton; Emily Bollom, jr., Middleton.


Player of the Year—Alex Douglas, Madison East.


Coach of the Year—Jeff Kenas, Middleton.


HONORABLE MENTION


Beloit Memorial—Uniqua Quillans, soph. Janesville Craig—Lindsey Beals, sr.; Kyleigh Fenton, sr.; Janesville Parker—Amanda Becker, jr.; Madison East—Emma Taschwer, soph. Madison La Follette—Morgan LaPlant, jr. Madison Memorial—Jennifer Halberslaben, sr. Madison West—Libby Luedtke, fr. Sun Prairie—Courtney Dudgeon, fr. Verona—Kelsey Waier, jr.


Parker’s Zimmerman retires


John Zimmerman, the only coach in the 16-year history of the Janesville Parker High School girls golf program, has resigned.


Citing a desire to spend more time with his family, Zimmerman informed Parker principal Steve Schroeder and athletic director Rick Lehman of his decision last week.


“It was tough to give up something that I thoroughly enjoyed doing for 16 years, but it was time,” Zimmerman said. “We had a great run, and working with the kids is what made it all worthwhile.”


Zimmerman’s final season saw the Vikings qualify for the WIAA Division 1 state tournament for the first time in school history. Parker won three Big Eight Conference championships under Zimmerman and one regional title.



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