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Chi-Hi girls golf invitational 8-27-15

Stanley-Boyd’s Savanna Anderson chips out of a bunker at the Chi-Hi girls golf invitational last August at Lake Wissota Golf Course.

VERONA — Stanley-Boyd’s Savanna Anderson finished the second and final day of the WIAA Division 2 state girls golf meet by shooting a 22-over 94 to tie for 24th place on Tuesday afternoon at University Ridge Golf Course.

Anderson tied with Arcadia’s Kirsten Sendelbach and Hayward’s Rachel Radcliffe for 24th, each with a 2-day score of 47-over (191). Anderson improved by three strokes from her day score of 97 on Monday. She shot an 11-over 47 on both the front and back nine.

St. Thomas More’s Stanley Wang won the Division 2 individual state championship with a 2-day total of 12-over par. She was one stroke ahead of Marinette’s Kayla Thielen for the top spot.

The Prairie School finished 137-over par (713) to win the Division 2 team championship, besting Edgewood by four strokes.

Anderson was a second team All-Clover Valley Golf League selection during the regular season, a part of the Stanley-Boyd team that took second place in the league standings.

She advanced to state as an individual qualifier by tying for fifth place overall and finishing as the second-best individual golfer from a non-qualifying state team at Division 2 sectionals last week hosted by Baldwin-Woodville at Pheasant Hills Golf Course in Hammond.


McDonell 3, Gilman 0

At McDonell, the Macks rolled past the Pirates in a Cloverbelt Crossover matchup (25-16, 25-5, 25-16).

Megan Baier had 12 kills and 13 digs to lead McDonell (23-17). Josie Verbick had 31 assists, 20 digs and five aces while Rachel Ohde added eight kills and Maddie Rietschel had four kills and ten digs for the Macks.

Stanley-Boyd 3, Greenwood 0

At Stanley, Orioles senior Jenna Hoffstatter hit a milestone for her squad in a Cloverbelt Crossover win (25-23, 25-10, 25-15).

Hoffstatter had 29 assists, putting her over the 3,000-assist mark for her career. She added five aces for Stanley-Boyd (30-6). Bailey Ducommun had 21 digs, Jamie Reit led Stanley-Boyd with 15 kills while Reannon Hartzell and Emily Mahr had eight and seven kills, respectively.

Cadott 3, Marshfield Columbus 2

At Cadott, the Hornets dropped the first two sets by the tightest of margins but rallied to victory in a Cloverbelt Crossover match (23-25, 24-26, 25-20, 25-21, 15-7).

Alexis Munroe had 25 kills, 11 digs and four blocks to lead Cadott (19-15). Cailin Rineck had 49 assists, seven digs and three aces, Jessa Raether collected 11 digs and three aces, Kayla Dubiel had 10 kills, Brook Sommerfeld had nine kills, Megan Holcomb had four blocks and Brittany Vitense added six aces and eight kills for the Hornets.

“I like the fact that we’re able to learn from the first sets,” Cadott coach DeWayne Hanson said. “We’re able to basically figure things out and then you have the feeling when you can take over the match. They are very resilient.”

Lake Holcombe 3, Birchwood 0

At Birchwood, the Chieftains swept the Bobcats (25-7, 25-13, 25-9) in an East Lakeland Conference matchup.

Courtney Lundmark had 13 kills and seven blocks for Lake Holcombe (15-9, 11-0). Hannah Lee had 20 assists and 12 digs while Chase Fronk had 14 digs and Kareese Jiskra had six aces.

Lake Holcombe hosts New Auburn on Thursday and can wrap up its third straight unbeaten conference season with a victory over the Trojans.

Thorp 3, Neillsville 0

At Thorp, the Cardinals scored a straight-set win in their Cloverbelt Crossover matchup with the Warriors (25-13, 25-9, 25-14).

Taylor Stroinski had seven kills to lead Thorp. Monica Williams had 19 assists and Karley Kryzanski had five digs.

Bruce 3, Cornell 0

At Bruce, the Red Raiders topped the Chiefs (25-7, 25-17, 25-9) in an East Lakeland Conference matchup.


Bloomer boys tie for second at HON meet

At Chetek, the Blackhawk boys finished in a tie with Chetek-Weyerhaeuser for second place as a team at the Heart O’North Conference meet.

Eli Olson led the charge for the Blackhawks by taking 11th place with a time of 18 mintues, 43.06 seconds. Cole Michaelson (15th), Joe Lanzer (16th) and Alex Conrad (17th) were close behind as Bloomer finished with 92 team points. Spooner’s Daniel Pederson won the boys race (16:04) while Northwestern took home the team championship (24).

Sarah Heinze finished in fifth place (22:33.75) to lead the Bloomer girls to a seventh-place finish as a team with 172 points. Northwestern’s Emma Nelson won the girls race (20:42.23) and the Tigers had the top-4 finishers on their way to a team title (21).

Peterson leads Knights at ELC meet

At Bruce, Lake Holcombe/Cornell’s Sam Peterson ran to an 11th-place finish to lead the Knights at the East Lakeland Conference meet.

Peterson timed in at 18 minutes, 46.8 seconds to lead the team. Luke Thompson was 26th and Kyle Goltz finished 29th as the Knights finished fifth as a team with 130 points. New Auburn’s Brandon Hilger finished 35th and Colton Lunemann was 38th for the Trojans, who ran incomplete.

Unity’s Alex Binfet won the race (17:31.1) while the Eagles won the team title with 23 points.

Lexi Moussette and Ashlynn Moore finished 23rd and 27th, respectively, for the Knights as they took sixth as a team with 132 points. Flambeau’s Rachel Lawton won the girls race (19:37.5) and Cameron won the team championship with 39 points.


Hudson 4, Chi-Hi 0

At Hudson, the Cardinals fell to the Raiders in a Big Rivers Conference matchup.

Chi-Hi is off until competing in the WIAA Division 1 playoffs next week.

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