Nekoosa Girls Golf Competing Hard to Start the Season

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The Coulee Conference opened up conference play on Monday, Aug. 23rd at the Ettrick Golf Club, hosted by Gale-Ettrick-Trempealeau. Only four of the Coulee schools had enough golfers to compete as teams and perennial favorites Arcadia and G-E-T were on top of the leaderboard with ties of 195 for each team. Black River Falls finished in 3rd with 207 and Nekoosa in 4th with 313. Westby/Viroqua and Cochrane-Fountain City were incomplete scores. The medalist was Hallie Tulip (Arcadia) with a 41. Nekoosa Golfers finished: Lilly-Jo Stojak tie-16th with a 60, Aireeona Ruppert 19th with a 74, Mikayla Korslin 20th with an 87, and Kendall Roy 21st with a 92.
The 2nd match of the season was on Wednesday, Aug. 25th at Viroqua Hills Golf Course, hosted by Westby/Viroqua. The long and hilly course was tough on the girls in the heat and scores reflected it as Arcadia placed 1st with a team score of 195, Black River Falls in 2nd with 217, G-E-T in 3rd with 218, and Nekoosa was Incomplete due to a golfer being unable to finish her round due to injury. Hallie Tulip (Arcadia) was once again Medalist with a 41. Lilly-Jo once again led the Lady Papermakers with a 61 and a tie for 15th, Aireeona and Mikayla each carded a 72 and tied for 20th.


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David Keech is a math teacher in Wisconsin Rapids and public address announcer for Abbotsord High School. He officiates basketball, baseball, and softball in central Wisconsin. He has reported on amateur sports since 2011, known as 'KeechDaVoice.' David can be reached at [email protected]