MADISON (WKOW) -- At times it was pouring down rain at University Ridge Golf Course for Day 1 of the WIAA Girls Golf Tournament, but the golfers played on. The weather didn't seem to bother Middleton's Loren Skibba (-3), who was the only golfer in either Division 1 or 2 to shoot under par."I'm just happy overall. I was pretty confident with my playing today. So, I think that helped," Skibba said.
"There's so many girls out there who can go low and shoot good scores. So, you never know what's going to happen. My goal is just to shoot the best I can for myself and whatever happens, happens," Reinecke said.
Reinecke's Verona team (+27) has a four-shot lead in the team competition. Arrowhead (+31) is in second.
In Division 2, Madison Edgewood's Tess Hackworthy (+2) holds the top spot, two strokes ahead of Racine St. Catherine's Sarah Busey (+4).
Not far behind is Hackworthy's teammate Caroline Lake (+7).
Madison Edgewood (+40) leads the team competition, fifteen strokes ahead of Fox Valley Lutheran (+55). Madison Edgewood is the three-time defending champions.
The tournament will conclude Tuesday.