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Gazette sports editor Eric Schmoldt takes a look back at his favorite storylines from the area high school sports scene in 2019.
Edgerton senior Joe Forsting held on through a weather delay and the shortening of the tournament Tuesday to finish at even par and win the WIAA Division 2 state boys golf championship by one stroke.
Edgerton senior Joe Forsting shot the round of the day at the WIAA state boys golf tournament Monday, shooting 5-under 67 to take a four-shot lead on the Division 2 field. Lake Geneva Badger senior Blake Wisdom shot 70 to lead the D1 field by one.
Kadin Kleman shot his best round of the season to get to the WIAA state boys golf tournament.
Lake Geneva Badger won the Mukwonago Sectional, while Edgerton took second at the Prairie du Chien Sectional. Parker's Kadin Kleman and Milton's AJ Gray secured individual berths at the state tournament.
Edgerton senior Joe Forsting shot 75 at Janesville's Riverside Golf Course to take medalist honors and help the Crimson Tide win the Rock Valley Conference tournament.
Kyle Wille shot an even-par 72 to take medalist honors and lead Edgerton High's boys golf team to the overall title at the John Ashenfelter Invitational on Saturday at Riverside Golf Course.
The Spartans (315) narrowly held off the Badgers (317) in the team standings. Elkhorn took fourth, while Janesville Parker and Janesville Craig finished within four strokes of each other and placed sixth and seventh, respectively.
Five notable performances from area high school athletes over the past week and five events to watch for in the next seven days.