Ben Biskupski shot a 35 to earn medalist honors as the McDonell/Eau Claire Regis boys golf team finished in first place on Monday at the Cloverbelt/Dairyland golf meet at Lake Wissota Golf.
Biskupski finished three strokes ahead of Eleva-Strum’s Nick Higley for the top spot. As a team the Saints shot a 169 to finish 20 strokes ahead of Eleva-Strum for first with Fall Creek third (192) and Cochrane-Fountain City fourth (194).
Andrew Bauer finished in a three-way tie for third place with Altoona’s Evan Moss and Fall Creek’s Brock Laube with a 44 and Isaac Petersilka and Josh Brickner were tied for sixth at 45 to cap a strong scoring day for McDonell/Regis.
Cadott’s Ethan Foldy carded a 47 to finish in a tie for 10th place, followed by Cole Sopiarz (48), Sam Scheidler (50) and Jack Ackley (52) for the Hornets as they were sixth (197).
Stanley-Boyd was eighth as a team (216) with Dominic Raffetto (48), Isaac Brenner (51), Mason Felmlee (53), Sasha Nitz and Ashton Mercier (64) scoring for the Orioles.
Connor and Zach Tieman led Thorp with a 58, followed by Carter Tieman at 68 and Jesse Windl scoring 75 as the Cardinals were 14th with 260.
Bloomer 11, Somerset 1 (5 inn.)
At Bloomer, six runs in the first inning helped the Blackhawks defeat the Spartans.
Jay Ryder had two hits, two runs scored and two runs batted in, Jack Strand was 2-for-3 with a double and two runs batted in and Connor Crane drove in two for the Blackhawks.
Strand went the distance for Bloomer and struck out eight in five innings of work.
Shell Lake 17, Lake Holcombe/Cornell 7 (5 inn.)
At Shell Lake, an eight-run fifth inning helped the Lakers pull away from the Knights.
Colton Minnick drew three walks and scored twice for the Knights, who scored seven runs without the benefit of a hit. Max Sauerwein drove in a run and drew two walks.
Shell Lake 2, Lake Holcombe/Cornell 1
At Shell Lake, the Lakers edged the Knights in a nonconference matchup.
Izzy Clark struck out 14 with zero walks in 6.2 innings pitched in the circle for the Knights while driving in the long run of the game for Lake Holcombe/Cornell.
Kianna Kidder struck out 12 for Shell Lake.