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Milton takes first in golf event

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Gazette Staff
August 19, 2011

Milton High’s girls golf team made its way around its home course to win the 13-team best-score scramble Thursday at Oak Ridge.


The Red Hawks shot a 237, which was three strokes better than Kettle Moraine. Janesville Parker finished in a tie for fourth with McFarland at 262. Janesville Craig shot 303. Edgerton finished sixth with a 267.


The squads were split into three two-person teams, and each individual played their own ball. The best score of the two was used on each hole.


Laura Stair and Sarah Dorr combined to lead Milton with a 77. Maddie McCue and Courtney Terrill shot a 79.


Parker was led by Taylor Utzig and Taylor Wyss, who comibined for an 85.


Craig’s Ashley Hermanns and Hayley Ameson shot a 90 to pace Craig.


Edgerton’s Brooke Ferrell shot a 76 without a teammate.


Milton Best Score Scramble

At Oak Ridge (Par 72)


TEAM SCORES


Milton 237, Kettle Moraine 240, Mukwonago 247, Janesville Parker and McFarland 262, Edgerton 267, Madison West 272, Watertown 277, Sun Prairie and Reedsburg 279, Fort Atkinson 297, Janesville Craig and Monona Grove 303


INDIVIDUAL RESULTS


(Two players per team)


Milton (237)—Stephanie Stair/Ali Grischow, 81; Laura Stair/Sarah Dorr, 77; Maddie McCue/Courtney Terrill, 79.


Kettle Moraine (240)—Leighann Cabush/Kathryn Piesha, 75; Ally Amadon/Margaret Rehberger, 88; Lindsay Schmidt/Kathryn Tavares, 77.


Mukwonago (247)—Jordan Nichols/Hannah Schultz, 81; Katie Christiansen/Abby Martin, 81; Lillie Burstein/Maranda Krueger, 85.


Janesville Parker (262)—Taylor Utzig/Taylor Wyss, 85; Maggie O’Leary/Micayla Richards, 87; Nicole Fugate/Lindsey Ahrens, 90.


McFarland (262)—Erin Culver/Katy Moore, 86; Hallie Seiherty/Anna Dunn, 89; Anne Marie Zahn/Carolyn Dorn, 87.


Edgerton (267)—Brooke Ferrell, 76; Megan Dorn/Lauren Splitter, 95; Shelby Weger/Erica Richardson, 96.


West (272)—Jane Welch/Camille Deller, 85; Anna Buna/Taylor Ambelang, 94; Monica Hellmer/Joli Hanlon, 93.


Watertown (277)—Erin Lang/Amber Mueller, 91; Liz Christian/Maisie Steinbrink, 85; McKenna Anderson/Kaitlin Klinger, 101.


Sun Prairie (279)—Courtney Dudgeon/Taylor Genter, 92; Paige Maki/J.J. Keats, 90; Alex Murtha/Taylor Levine, 97.


Reedsburg (279)—Carley Bill/Val Evans, 95; Jenny Schoell/Becca Reimer, 90; Brittany Costerisan/Kayln Dempsey, 94.


Fort Atkinson (297)—Mara Simonson/Mikyla Kind, 93; Abby Knutson/Dani Meyer, 95; Erin Erickson/Jackie Keating, 109.


Janesville Craig (303)—Ashley Hermanns/Hayley Ameson, 90; Bailey Green/Laura Squire, 104; Larah Hulford/Alex LaPointe, 109.


Monona Grove (303)—Schumal/Hopkins, 89; Mellom/Hessling, 113; Gullickson/Brunos, 101.


-- Leighann Cabush and Kathryn Piesha of Mukwonago won medalist honors with a combined 75.


Parker opens Big Eight dual season

Janesville Parker’s girls golf team got the Big Eight Conference dual meet season off to a strong start Wednesday.


The Vikings, thanks to solid back nines from four players, defeated Middleton and Beloit Memorial at Riverside in the conference opener.


Parker finished with a score of 365, Middleton had 368 and Beloit 436.


Sophomore Lindsey Ahrens had an 89 to pace Parker. The Vikings four varsity players shot 11 shots better on the back than the front.


“I was really pleased with the way the girls played today,” Parker coach Mary Ross said. “Lindsay played great for her first varsity conference match, and Maggie (O’Leary) and Micayla (Richards) were steady. It was a good start to the conference season, especially beating Middleton.


“I think we have a chance to be right there in the Big Eight.”


PARKER 365, MIDDLETON 368, BELOIT 436

At Riverside (Par 71)


Parker (365)—Taylor Utzig, 52-43—95; Maggie O’Leary, 45-45—90; Micayla Richards, 46-45—91; Lindsey Ahrens, 46-43—89.


Middleton (368)—Sheenagh Cleary, 40-44—84; Meggie Acker, 45-43—88; Kelly Wasserman, 45-46—91; Hanna Day, 56-49—105.


Beloit (436)—Brianna Colins, 48-55—103; Edie Samson, 53-50—103; LeBreya Johnson, 58-54—112; Brittani Mutchler, 56-62—118.


Junior varsity—Middleton 218, Parker 233.



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