The Baldwin-Woodville girls golf team placed fifth in its own invite Sept. 3 at Pheasant Hills Golf Course.
Prescott won the 11-team Invitational with a 355, followed by New Richmond’s 363. St. Croix Central took third at 387. Prescott junior varsity was fourth at 403 and B-W scored 427.
Tessa Van Someren was the top Blackhawk finisher with a 96, followed by Roza Emmert’s 105. Ally Noll and Teagan Wynveen each carded a 113 and Grace Carlson shot a 114.
Lanie Veenendall of New Richmond earned medalist honors with an 81, edging Prescott’s Ava Salay by a shot. New Richmond’s Sydney Nolan was third with an 84. SCC’s Sally Vangsness took fourth at 85 and Prescott’s Jessica Heinsch finished fifth at 87.
B-W took part in two other conference matches earlier in the week.
On Aug. 31, B-W traveled to New Richmond where they took fifth.
Prescott finished first with a 186, followed by New Richmond’s 194. St. Croix Central was third at 196 and Somerset finished fourth at 218. B-W carded a 229.
Emmert was the top B-W golfer in this meet with a 54. Lezlie Weyer shot a 56 and Van Someren finished with a 59. Noll carded a 60 and Carlson shot a 67.
Salay was medalist in this meet with a 37, edging Veenendall. Vangsness was third.
The next day, B-W again finished fifth in Osceola.
New Richmond won this meet with a 178, edging Prescott by two shots. Central placed third at 185, Somerset was fourth at 204. B-W finished fifth at 216.
Emmert and Noll had the lowest Blackhawk score as they each posted a 53. Van Someren and Weyer each shot a 55 and Carlson finished with a 58.
Veenendall took medalist honors with a 37. Vangsness and Somerset’s Ava Pesha finished second at 41.