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The Elk Mound and Colfax boys’ golf teams kept busy this past week by playing in three Dunn-St. Croix conference meets including two at Whitetail.
The teams also battled at the Spring Valley Golf Course later in the week.
There are two regular season meets left – this past Monday, May 6 at Mondovi and this Friday, May 10 at Glen Hills – before the 18-hole conference tournament back in Mondovi next Tuesday, May 14.
Whitetail – Meet 1
Elk Mound was well served by its home course at Whitetail last Monday, April 29 as it enjoyed one of its best outings in several conference seasons as it placed third in one of the two, nine-hole Dunn-St. Croix meets hosted alternately by the Mounders and Vikings that day.
Max Marquardt shot a 44 and Ethan Rubenzer carded a 45 to lead the Mounders to a score of 199 and a third-place finish in the 6-team conference event.
Marquardt’s score ranked him third in the individual standings.
Elk Mound’s three other varsity players – Colton Ward, Kaitlin Schiferl and Marcus Kinblom – all shot 55s.
Unfortunately, Colfax continued to struggled as it finished last with a tally of 258.
Tristan Lenz shot a low score of 59 to lead the Vikings. Lenz was followed by teammates Hunter Rebak with a 62, Boden Bergeson’s 68, a 69 by Rylee Satter and Nick Jensen signed out with a 73.
Trevor Stangl of Spring Valley earned medalist honors with a 41 and helped the Cardinals to a second-place showing with 181 point. Durand’s Julia Hayden shot a 42 to place second and teammates TJ tulip and Charlie Brenner tied for fourth with 45s as the Panthers claimed the team win with a score of 179.
Glenwood City took fourth with a 207 and Mondovi was fifth with a 224.
Whitetail – Meet 1
In last Monday’s second meet at Whitetail, Elk Mound tallied an identical score of 199 but finished fourth as Glenwood City improved 17 strokes to take third with a 190. Colfax again finished last after taking a score of 241.
Kaitlin Schiferl topped the Mounders varsity score card with a 48 following by Max Marquardt and Colton Ward, each just a strike behind at 49. Ethan Rubenzer hit for a 53 and Marcus Kinblom turned in another 55.
Hunter Rebak and Rylee Satter shot a 57 and 58 respectively to lead Colfax. Nick Jensen shot a 61 and Tristan Lenz and Boden Bergeson both finished with 65s.
Durand, who had four golfers in the top five, again won the meet with a 170 followed by Spring Valley at 181. Mondovi was fifth at 236.
Elk Mound and Colfax finished fourth and sixth when the squads teed off in a D-SC meet at the Spring Valley Golf Course last Thursday, May 2.
All five of Elk Mound’s varsity golfers finished within six strokes of one another with Max Marquardt and Colton Ward again besting their teammates with nine-hole scores of 50. Ethan Rubenzer and Kaitlin Schiferl each shot 52s and Marcus Kinblom had a 56 to give the Mounders a team total of 204 strokes just two more than third-place Glenwood City.
Boden Bergeson and Hunter Rebak both scored a 59 to lead the Vikings. Colfax other finishes were: Rylee Satter with a 61, Tristan Lenz had a 69 and Tanner Nierenhausen finished with a 79.
Durand took the team title with 176 strokes followed by Spring with a 184.