The Lodi boys golf team took part in the third Capitol Conference mini-meet on April 15 at Columbus Country Club and finished fourth with a 190.

Cambridge edged out Columbus by a stroke, 179-180, for first place. New Glarus was third with a 188, followed by Lodi, Lakeside Lutheran (191), Lake Mills (205), Monticello-Belleville (214), Luther Prep (216) and Wisconsin Heights (325).

Jackson Furniss led the Blue Devils with a nine-hole score of 44 on the par-37 course.

Collin West shot a 46 for Lodi, while Haley Thoeny turned in a 49

Peyton Breunig rounded out the team score with a 51.

Columbus’ Austin Lietha led all golfers with a 41, while Columbus’ Adam Zahn, Cambridge’s Ryan Janson and Drew Jeffery, Lake Mills’ Harper Untz and Lakeside’s Lukas Heckmann all shot a 42.

Milton Invite

The Blue Devils had a great showing at the Milton Select Ball Invite last Saturday. They finished in second place with a total of 221.

Union Grove claimed the title at the 10-team invite with a 216.

Golfers competed in pairs at the meet.

Furniss and Kyle Mayberry were the top duo for Lodi. They combined for a 70 to finish fourth place.

West and Seth Martin worked together for a 73.

Shane Ness and Ian Seidler were the final pairing for the Blue Devils. They came away with a 78.


The Blue Devils’ Junior Varsity team hosted New Glarus and Belleville on April 16. Lodi had two teams competing in the event and they claimed the top two spots.

The Lodi White team had a winning total of 184. The group included Ness (44), Ayden Bilse (46), Martin (47), Jared Volk (48), Seidler (52) and Mayberry (56).

The Blue Devil Blue team finished in second with a 204. They were represented by Alex Rashid (47), Greg Lins (51), Preston Nichols (51), Josh Johnson (55), Tyson Haas (60) and Andrew Nolley (63).

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