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Middleton edges Verona for sectional golf title

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The Middleton and Verona girls golf teams went shot-for-shot at the WIAA Division 1 sectional tournament. After tying for the team title, Middleton was ultimately declared the winner on a scorecard tiebreaker. Both teams advance to next week's state tournament at University Ridge.

Team Results

Top two teams advance.

POS

TEAM

SCORE

1

Verona Area

345

1

Middleton

345

3

Waunakee

356

4

Oregon

366

5

Madison West

380

6

Monona Grove

387

7

Stoughton

390

8

Sun Prairie

403

Team Tiebreaker

Middleton defeated Verona Area
Details: 2 hole play off- no winner - score card play off- Middleton 175 Verona Area 181

Individual Results 

 

POS

NAME TEAM NAME

YEAR

TOT

1

Lauren Shorter Verona Area

12

75

2

Payton Hodson Middleton

12

77

3

Klairissa O Reilly-Dye Monona Grove

11

82

3

Sam Soulier Waunakee

11

82

5

Lillian Knetter Madison West

11

83

5

Kate Meier Middleton

10

83

7

Courtney Shorter Verona Area

12

84

8

Aly Kinzel Waunakee

9

87

8

Andi McCorkle Oregon

12

87

10

Sydney McKee Oregon

11

88

11

Alexis Gaillard Verona Area

12

90

11

Sydney Grimm Waunakee

12

90

13

Ally Payne Oregon

11

92

13

Taylor Knutson Monona Grove

12

92

13

Grace Peterson Middleton

12

92

16

Myranda Kotlowski Stoughton

10

93

16

Haley Dunn Middleton

12

93

18

Caylie Kotlowski Stoughton

9

94

19

Zoey Cruz-Eisenbraun Sun Prairie

9

95

19

Sydney O Hearn Sun Prairie

10

95

21

Aspen Fleming Madison West

9

96

21

Caitlyn Ott Verona Area

10

96

21

Sophie Denure Portage

9

96

21

Bre Viken Stoughton

11

96

25

Brooke Ehle Waunakee

10

97

25

Cassidy Schnell DeForest

11

97

27

Margo Bush Madison West

10

98

27

Claire Swain Verona Area

12

98

29

Elena Maier Waunakee

9

99

29

Alyssa Schmidt Oregon

9

99

31

Caylee Beyer Reedsburg Area

12

100

32

Ashley Fleming Madison West

10

103

32

Bridget McCarthy Madison Memorial

9

103

34

Akeeli Noyce Monona Grove

11

104

35

Nikki Stubbe McFarland

11

106

35

Morgan Jambard Sun Prairie

11

106

35

Isabell Manzetti DeForest

10

106

35

Makenzie Hodson Middleton

10

106

39

Jenna Behrens Sun Prairie

12

107

39

Jenny Marshall Stoughton

11

107

41

Renee Anderson Stoughton

11

109

41

Allison Engleson Monona Grove

11

109

43

Olivia Oehrlein Sun Prairie

11

110

44

Ava Downing Madison West

9

111

45

Anna Davidson Portage

11

114

46

Brooke McCallum Oregon

11

116

47

Lynzy Schnell DeForest

11

121

48

Josie Knoeck Monona Grove

11

127

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