Notre Dame, Edgewood Run Away With Titles

Osceola's Lindsay Danielson became the first girls golfer in history to win four medalist honors, taking the Division 2 crown at the WIAA state girls golf tournament. Meanwhile, Nicolet's Tory Bauman defended her D-1 title.

Green Bay Notre Dame and Madison Edgewood moved forward, while most of their competitors fell back during the second and final day of the WIAA girls state golf tournament Tuesday at University Ridge.

Notre Dame followed its opening-round 320 with a sparkling 310 for a 630 total to claim its third consecutive Division 1 championship, outdistancing Mequon Homestead, which carded a 335 to finish at 657 after trailing by only two strokes Monday.

Meanwhile, Edgewood backed up its 314 day-one showing with a wonderful 303 in round two for a 617 score, which put the Crusaders 120 ahead of runner-up Arcadia/Cochrane-Fountain City.

Notre Dame girls golf

In the D-1 competitions, the Tritons received a 2-over-par 74 from Erin Sharpee, the best round of the day in the division. Sharpee finished with a 6-over 150 to finish second in the medalist chase behind Nicolet's Tory Bauman. Notre Dame's Jennifer Konop added a 76 for a 153, which tied her with teammate Gaby Ruanova (75-153) for fourth in the individual standings.

Bauman grabbed her second straight top finish, adding a 3-over 75 to her first-round 70 for a 1-over 145. Kettle Moraine's Jackie Shepherd took third place with a 76 that gave her a 151 total.

In the D-2 action, Edgewood's 15-over score gave it an eighth straight trophy. The Crusaders got the day's best round of any competitor in either division, a 1-under 71 from Alyssa Elliott, which moved her from fourth to second with a 147 total. Teammate Alex Lake fired a 76 for a 153 score and third place, while Meghan Martine jumped up after an 84 to register a 75 to give Edgewood three of the top five finishers.

Lindsay Danielson of Osceola, a University of Wisconsin recruit, became the first girls golfer to win four individual titles, following her opening-day 71 with an even-par 72 for a 143 total.

Edgerton's Alyssa Ferrell carded an 80 for a 154 total and fourth-place effort. Jordan Wyzgowski of The Prairie School had an 80 to finish in sixth at 181.

For complete team and individual results, visit the WIAA Web site.


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