WIAA State Boys Golf Tournament Recap

posted by Jimmie Kaska - 

The second day of the 2018 State Boys Golf Championships produced three team champions and three individual medalists Tuesday at University Ridge Golf Course in Madison, Wis.

Last year's Division 1 runner-up Marquette won the State team title with a five-player, 18-hole score of 598. Arrowhead, last year’s champion, finished second with a score of 606. Piercen Hunt of Arrowhead was the Division 1 individual champion. He defeated Adam Garski of Wauwatosa East/West in a two-hole playoff. They both scored a 2-under-par 142 on 36 holes.

Edgewood won its second consecutive Division 2 team championship with a five-player score of 605. Edgerton finished runner-up, 39 strokes back with a 644. Lukas Heckmann of Lakeside Lutheran earned medalist honors in Division 2 after placing fifth last season. He shot a 3-over-par 147 on 36 holes. Drew Arndt of Edgewood finished three strokes behind Heckmann with a 150.

St. Mary's Springs won the Division 3 title for the four straight season, finishing with a five-player score of 642. Abundant Life Christian/Madison Country Day placed second with a 692. Tyler Leach of Spring Valley was the medalist after tying for third place a year ago. He shot a 6-over-par 150 on 36 holes. Doyle Kelly of St. Mary’s Springs, who was the leader following the first day, finished second with a score of 151. 

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