Hudson, River Falls, New Richmond advance to D1 regional golf course; Sainte-Croix Central D2 fields | Sports
Hudson, River Falls and New Richmond all finished in the top four at the WIAA Division 1 Boys’ Regional Golf Championship at Superior on Wednesday June 2, while St. Croix Central won the Division 2 tag team title. a day earlier at Bristol Ridge in Somerset.
The Raiders, Wildcats and Tigers will join first place Eau Claire Memorial and the Wausau Regional’s top four teams in the Division 1 section on Tuesday, June 8 at the Greenwood Hills Country Club in Wausau, while St. Croix Central will participate. to division. 2 sectional on June 8 at the Skyline Golf Course in Black River Falls.
Hudson finished nine strokes behind Eau Claire Memorial Wednesday at the Nemadji Golf Course with a team score of 299 while River Falls was third at 305 and New Richmond fourth at 311. Superior was fifth at 315, followed by Chippewa Falls. with 341, Eau Claire North with 346 and Menomonie with 351. The best four teams went on to the section round.
Senior Raider Bennett Swavely won individual honors with a 69 of 3 under par, a stroke behind medalist Will Schlitz of Eau Claire Memorial.
Joe Bartels gave Hudson two of the top ten with an eighth place of 75 while Brandon Hillman finished just outside the top ten with an 11th place of 77. Joe Burbach completed the Raiders team total with a score of 78 while Ben Pendleton finished with 81.
River Falls had three golfers in the top ten, led by Max Xiong seventh on 74. Matthew Marsollek and Dylan Rach were tied for ninth at 76 each and Trey Timm got a 79 while Ethan Campbell shot 82 .
Owen Covey is tied for fifth with a 73 to lead New Richmond while Michael Benedict shot a 78. Charlie Boe came in with 79 and Ryan Anderson shot 81 while Clay Gess finished with 84.
Nick Mueller D2 regional Panthers medalist
Nick Muller led four Panthers in the Division 2 regional top ten on Tuesday at Bristol Ridge to lead St. Croix Central to a first-place team score of 317.
Mueller shot a par 72 to complete five shots ahead of teammate and runner-up Owen Rozeboom. Matt Mueller was fifth with an 82 and Jacob Sanders was tenth with 86.
Amery was far second in the team standings with a total score of 336 and Osceola was second with 350 while Ellsworth also advanced with a score of 358. Barron was fifth at 390 390 followed by Baldwin-Woodville with 412, Somerset with 413, St Croix Falls with 427 and Prescott with 508.
Somerset freshman August Lang will move on to next week’s section after securing a spot among the four individual qualifiers with a score of 92.
Henry Dendinger added a score of 95 to the Spartans team total and Blake Freese got a 110 while Jon Brown finished with 116.