Competing at the Krueger Haskell Golf Course in Beloit, the Red Hawks continued their strong play, taking third place in the 20-team field, shooting 325. Badger topped the field with a team score of 311, while Sun Prairie finished just ahead of Milton with 322. Janesville Parker also shot under 330, finishing with 328.

AJ Gray led the Red Hawks, shooting under 80 with a 76. Gray went 39 on the front nine before improving on the back nine with a 37. Gray’s 76 tied him for fourth place overall. Blake Wisdom of Badger had the lowest round, shooting 73, while Cameron Huss of Kenosha Tremper shot 74 and Austin Draws of Sun Prairie finished with 75.

The seniors of the squad all finished clumped together, separated by two strokes between the three.

Ryan Nelson finished second for the Red Hawks with 82, going 41 on the front, as well as the back. Tucker Dunk ended with a nearly identical score, shooting 83. Dunk finished the front nine with 42 and 41 on the back.

Koppa finished one stroke behind Dunk to score a round of 84, 43 on the front and 41 on the back.

Freshman Brayden Kline finished his round shooting a 104 in his second varsity meet. Kline shot 54 on the front before improving to a 50 for the back.

The Red Hawks next compete Thursday at the Watertown Country Club before competing in the conference meet Tuesday at the House on the Rock Resort Golf Course in Spring Green

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