The Baldwin-Woodville girls golf team shot its best nine-hole score of the season Sept. 17 at Ellsworth.
The Blackhawks finished in a tie for fourth with 210.
New Richmond won the conference meet with a 176, edging Prescott by four shots. St. Croix Central took third at 192. Ellsworth tied B-W, while Somerset took sixth at 218. Osceola finished seventh at 226 and Amery was eighth at 247.
Lanie Veenendall of New Richmond was medalist with a 38. Prescott’s Ava Salay finished one shot behind. Abbie Ritzer of New Richmond and Sally Vangsness of St. Croix Central finished in a tie for third at 43.
Tessa Van Someren and Ally Noll led B-W with a 52 each. Van Someren had a near hole-in-one on the 9th hole, for which she made birdie. Roza Emmert and Lezlie Weyer both shot a 53 and Teagen Wynveen finished with a 56.
“We are still making too many mistakes on the green with chip shots, but all players are driving the ball better and hitting quality shots near the greens,” said coach Eric Harmon. “We are getting better!”
B-W takes fourth in Prescott
Earlier in the week, the Blackhawks traveled to Clifton Highlands in Prescott and finished fourth.
Prescott won the meet with a 188. New Richmond and St. Croix Central tied for second at 195. Baldwin-Woodville shot a 224, edging Somerset by three shots.
Prescott’s Ava Salay won medalist honors with a 37. New Richmond’s Lanie Veenendall shot a 41. St. Croix Central’s Sally Vangsness finished with a 46.
Roza Emmert and Teagen Wynveen led the Blackhawks, as both shot a 55. Lezlie Weyer carded a 56. Tessa Van Someren finished with a 58 and Grace Carlson had a 61.