Janesville Craig senior Daniel Thomsen was recently named second-team all-Big Eight in boys golf.
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.
Lake Geneva Badger's Blake Wisdom is wrapping up a prestigious prep golf career.
Orfordville Parkview’s golf team is sectional bound.
Lake Geneva Badger, Janesville Parker and Milton all qualified their boys golf teams for sectional competition by finishing in the top four teams at Hawk's View in Lake Geneva on Tuesday.
Middleton’s boys golf team capped off an impressive Big Eight Conference season by winning the conference tournament Thursday in Evansville.
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.
Middleton’s talented high school boys golf team picked up another title Monday.
Janesville Craig's boys golf team went 2-1 Wednesday at a Big Eight Quadrangular at Krueger Haskell Golf Course in Beloit.
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.
Sun Prairie shot 311 behind Ethan Carrick's even-par 71 to sweep the Big Eight triangular, and the Vikings posted 338 and to beat Craig by 22 strokes.
Five notable performances from area high school athletes over the past week and five events to watch for in the next seven days.
The Janesville schools tied for sixth at the 2019 Blackhawk Invitational on Friday at Blackwolf Run Golf Course.
Janesville Craig and Janesville Parker’s boys golf teams found mixed results Tuesday.
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.
Parker's Zack Milner scored 10 strokes off his first-round score, shooting 90 on Saturday, but he still tied Beloit Memorial's Griffin Obemeder (88-82) to force a playoff.
The host Vikings shot 375, losing to Madison Memorial (351) but beating Madison West by two strokes.
Verona won Madison Edgewood's boys golf tournament Monday. Edgerton shot 342, while Milton fired 364 and Parker 374.
Five notable performances by area high school athletes over the past seven days and five events to keep an eye on in the coming week.
The Janesville Craig boys golf team opened the spring season with a 392 on Monday at Odana Hills Golf Course, finishing behind Madison Memorial and La Follette in a Big Eight triangular.
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.
Janesville Parker senior Matt Zimmerman was named the Big Eight Conference's player of the year in boys golf Tuesday.
The Vikings shot 317 as a team Tuesday, trimming seven strokes off their first-round score to finish 10th in the Division 1 field. Parker jumped past Big Eight Conference-champion Verona during the second round and finished six strokes ahead of the Wildcats.
Bolstered by a hot start on the front nine, Parker shot an opening-round 324 at University Ridge. That’s good enough to tie for 11th place heading into Tuesday’s second and final round.
The Vikings—especially seniors Matt Zimmerman, Michael Henry, Nik Sitter and Spencer Orley—experienced close calls, both as a team and as individuals. This week, their journey will end where they feel like it always should have—with a pair of rounds at University Ridge.
Janesville Parker's boys golf team is returning to state for the first time since 2012 after winning the Division 1 Parker Sectional on Tuesday at the Janesville Country Club.
The top four teams from Wednesday's regional play will compete at the Parker Sectional at the Janesville Country Club next week.
Edgerton High's boys golf team shot 311 on Tuesday at the WIAA Division 2 Big Foot Regional to finish second behind Mount Horeb (308). Monroe (355) was third, followed by Beloit Turner, which shot 369 to finish fourth and advance to sectionals as a team for the first time this century.
Michael Henry, Matt Zimmerman and Spencer Orley all shot 79 at Evansville Golf Club on Thursday to help the Parker boys golf team take second at the Big Eight Conference tournament.
Edgerton High's boys golf team rolled to its second straight Rock Valley Conference Tournament title Wednesday at Riverside.
Matt Zimmerman fired a 6-over 78 to lead the Janesville Parker High golf team in its final meet of the regular season Monday at Sun Prairie Golf Course.
Piercen Hunt was dialed in Saturday at the Ashenfelter Invitational at Riverside Golf Course. The Hartland Arrowhead sophomore shot a 5-under par 67 to lead the Warhawks to the Divison 1 team title.
Janesville Craig's boys golf team beat Madison West and Beloit in Big Eight Conference play in Beloit.
Kade Salemi shot a 5-over 76 and Anthony Schrader stepped up with an 80 from the No. 4 spot to lead the Cougars to a convincing dual win over Madison Memorial at Glen Erin Golf Course
Blake Wisdom was medalist with a 73, and Badger shot 311 to beat Sun Prairie by 11 strokes at Krueger-Haskell on Friday. Milton finished third, Parker fourth, Elkhorn fifth and Craig seventh.
Matt Zimmerman and Nik Sitter each shot 7-over 79 to lead the Vikings to a third place finish in the 14-team meet. Parker shot 329 as a team to finish behind Saint Mary's Springs (314) and Kewaskum (326).
Janesville Parker's boys golf team had hoped to get the upper hand Tuesday in the race for a Big Eight Conference dual meet title.
Unfortunately for the Vikings, Middleton spoiled the plans with a impressive round of 309 at Glen Erin in beating both Parker and Janesville Craig.
Janesville Craig's Dan Thomsen and Janesville Parker's Matt Zimmerman each finished seven over par to lead the city's golf teams Monday at the Madison Edgewood Invitational at Blackhawk Country Club.
Five notable performances over the past week of high school sports and five games/events to watch for over the next seven days.
Parker followed up Friday's program-record round of 294 with a 303 at Glen Erin Golf Club on Saturday, breaking the 600 mark and cruising to the Tri-City Championship with a 597 two-day total. Janesville Craig was second at 657.
Senior Matt Zimmerman shot a 4-under 67 to help Parker's boys golf team to a team record-setting round of 294, opening up a sizable lead after the first round of the Tri-City Championship at Glen Erin on Friday.