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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.
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.
Edgerton High seniors Joe Forsting and Kyle Wille have used golf to become best friends. They lead a Crimson Tide team that is ranked second in the state in the Division 2 poll.
Janesville Parker and Janesville Craig's boys golf team will both be looking for upper division finishes in the Big Eight Conference when the season tees off next week.
Winning has started to become more of the norm for a number of the athletic programs at Orfordville Parkview, especially in basketball. The Vikings, along with Edgerton, Turner and Elkhorn, will play in a sectional semifinal boys hoops game Thursday night.
Orfordville Parkview, Edgerton and Beloit Turner each won regional titles in boys basketball Saturday night. For Parkview, the regional crown was the program's first since 1966.
Edgerton High's boys basketball team advanced to a WIAA Division 3 regional final game by beating Evansville 45-33 Friday night.
Kyle Wille scored 16 points to lead five players in double figures as Edgerton High's boys basketball team rolled to a 68-47 Rock Valley Conference win over Whitewater on Friday.