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Chi-Hi girls golf invitational 8-27-15

Stanley-Boyd's Savanna Anderson competes at the Chi-Hi girls golf invite last August at Lake Wissota Golf Course.

HAMMOND — Stanley-Boyd sophomore Savanna Anderson is still an underclassman, but on the golf course she shows the savvy of an experienced veteran.

Anderson shot an 87 to tie for fifth place overall and advance to next week’s state golf meet on Tuesday afternoon at the WIAA Division 2 girls golf sectional hosted by Baldwin-Woodville at Pheasant Hills Golf Course.

Anderson tied with Hayward’s Rachel Radcliffe for fifth place, six strokes behind Hayward’s Gabby Tremblay for medalist honors. Anderson shot a 46 on the front nine before carding a 41 on the back nine, the best back-nine score among all golfers.

As a team the Orioles finished in third place with a 374, nine strokes behind Spooner for the second and final state-qualifying spot. Hayward won the team championship with a 343.

Katie Kiraly and Ella Koenig tied with 93s for Stanley-Boyd while Allison Raffetto shot a 101 and Julia Post finished with a 105.

Anderson’s sophomore season on the links will last a week longer as she turns her attention to the WIAA Division 2 state girls golf meet, hosted next Monday and Tuesday at University Ridge Golf Course near Madison.


Chi-Hi/McDonell 117, Eau Claire North 49

At Eau Claire, the Cardinals rolled to a Big Rivers Conference dual victory.

The Cardinals won eight events total, including two individual wins for Carli Olson (200-yard individual medley and 100 backstroke). Grace Roseen (200 freestyle), Nadine Porzondek (50 free) and Lily Borgenheimer (100 free) were also victorious individually.

The 200 medley relay (Olson, Borgenheimer, Elizabeth Gerber and Haley Jones), the 200 freestyle relay (Borgenheimer, Jones, Roseen, Porzondek) and the 400 freestyle relay (Olson, Roseen, Gerber, Porzondek) were all victorious in team action.


Chi-Hi girls win at Tomah

At Tomah, the Cardinal girls grabbed five of the top-10 spots to help win the team title at Tomah.

Katie Faris won the girls race in 20 minutes, 58 seconds to lead the way for Chi-Hi. Maisie Wingert (2nd), Arica Swift (3rd), Bailee Sillman (6th) and Hannah Sillman (10th) also scored for the Cardinals as they finished with 22 team points. Reedsburg took second with 51.

Erik Sworski took third place and Cole Fortman finished eighth for the Chi-Hi boys as they finished third as a team with 78 points. La Crosse Logan won the boys title with 26 points with Logan’s Ben Pierce winning the race in 17:14.

McDonell sweeps team titles at Owen-Withee

At Owen, the Macks won both the boys and girls team championships.

The boys had five of the top-6 finishers on their way to a team win with 17 points. Isaac Bohaty won the race in 18 minutes, 42.2 seconds to lead the McDonell freight train at the front. Jarret Jordan took second, Brady Bauer was third, Seth Schemenauer took fifth and Charlie Bleskachek finished seventh for the Macks.

Lake Holcombe/Cornell’s Sam Peterson took fourth place as the Knights were second as a team with 69 points. Brandon Pederson finished 11th to lead Cadott to a third-place finish as a team.

New Auburn’s Brandon Hilger was 14th for the Trojans as they ran incomplete. Thorp/Gilman’s Thomas Stewart finished eighth as the team took fourth.

The McDonell girls bested Cadott and Lake Holcombe/Cornell in a tight battle at the top of the team standings, winning with 34 points. Lake Holcombe/Cornell finished second with 42 points while Cadott was third with 44.

Cadott’s Elizabeth Kyes took third place in 23:05.2 with Bailey Nichols taking eighth. McDonell’s Julia Verbick finished fifth while Payton Swoboda took sixth and Alex Gaier came home ninth. Lake Holcombe/Cornell’s Lexi Moussette was seventh to lead the Knights.

Thorp/Gilman’s Fallon Immormino won the race in 20:33.6.

Michaelson leads Blackhawks at Amery

At Amery, Cole Michaelson finished in 15th place among large-school runners to lead Bloomer at the Amery Invitational.

Michaelson finished in 19:13.73 for the Blackhawks. Teammate Alex Conrad took 16th and Eli Olson was 18th.

As a team the Bloomer boys finished sixth among large schools with 109 points. Black River Falls won the boys team title with 38 points and Prescott’s Phillip Pena won the race in 17:48.92.

Hattie Madsen finished in 42nd place to lead the Bloomer girls as they ran incomplete. Amery’s Alicia Monson won the race in 19:15.86 while Black River Falls won the girls team title with 26 points.


Bloomer 3, Cumberland 0

At Cumberland, the Blackhawks scored a 3-set win over the Beavers (25-17, 25-10, 25-17) in Heart O’North Conference action.

Chandler Zwiefelhofer had six kills and Shaina Zwiefelhofer added five for the Blackhawks. Kendall Zeman had nine digs and Kyra Arendt had four aces for Bloomer.

Altoona 3, Cadott 0

At Altoona, the Railroaders topped the Hornets in straight sets (13-25, 24-26, 20-25) in a Western Cloverbelt Conference matchup.

Alexis Munroe had 10 digs and six kills for the Hornets (15-12, 3-3). Cailin Rineck had 15 assists and eight digs while Bobbi Burgess had three aces and 10 digs. Brittany Vitense chipped in with five kills and eight digs while Brook Sommerfeld added five kills.

Cadott hosts Thorp on Thursday.

Stanley-Boyd 3, Thorp 0

At Thorp, the Orioles picked up a win in straight sets (25-21, 25-12, 25-15) over the Cardinals.

Reannon Hartzell had 11 kills and 10 digs for the Orioles (24-4, 4-2). Jenna Hoffstatter had 13 digs and a team-high 30 assists while Jamie Reit and Emily Mahr had 11 and seven kills, respectively.

Morgan Pszeniczny and Paige Mertens each had four kills for Thorp. Monica Williams added 13 assists for the Cardinals.

Stanley-Boyd hosts McDonell on Thursday.

Lake Holcombe 3, Flambeau 0

At Holcombe, the Chieftains won in straight sets (25-10, 25-13, 25-11) over the Falcons.

Courtney Lundmark had a team-high 12 kills for Lake Holcombe (13-5, 9-0). Kareese Jiskra had 10 kills and six blocks while Bailey Viegut had 20 digs, followed by 17 for Taylor Hartzell. Hannah Lee led all Chieftains with 28 assists.

Lake Holcombe hosts Winter on Thursday.

Bruce 3, New Auburn 0

At New Auburn, the Trojans fell in straight sets (21-25, 7-25, 15-25) to the Red Raiders.

Whitley Harelstad had 11 kills and eight blocks to lead New Auburn. Nicole Winiarczyk had five kills, Nadia Rada had seven assists and Maddy Haller had four digs for the Trojans.

New Auburn hosts Birchwood on Thursday.


River Falls 7, Chi-Hi 0

At River Falls, the Wildcats blanked the Cardinals in a Big Rivers Conference matchup.

Chi-Hi hosts Eau Claire North on Thursday.

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