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Day 1 of Girls State Golf; Alexis Thomas Leads Division 1

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The opening round of the girls state golf tournament at University Ridge in Madison is in the books. Arrowhead leads the Division-1 team category, but Middleton's Alexis Thomas leads individually at -4.

In Division-1, Thomas leads after the first day at -4, but only holds a two stroke lead. Emily Lauterbach from Arrowhead is in second place at -2.

Milton's Mia Seeman closed out the opening round at +2, good for a fourth place finish. Taylor McCorkle of Oregon is tied for sixth at +5.

Division-1 team results: Arrowhead leads at +20, followed by Middleton at +46, and is followed by Onalaska at +47.

In Division-2 Lori Meyer from Freedom leads individually at +2. 

Gracie Welch of Madison Edgewood is in seventh place after day one at +7.

Day two of the tournament from University Ridge Golf Course will tee off at 8am in Division-1 and 8:50am in Division-2.

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