WAUSAU EAST/WEST WINS SECOND LEG OF WVC GIRLS GOLF TOURNAMENT, MARSHFIELD FOURTH
WAUSAU – Wausau East/West won its second-straight leg of the Wisconsin Valley Conference Girls Golf Tournament with a solid score of 179 at Tribute Golf Course on Friday.
East/West, which won the first leg on Thursday, topped Wisconsin Rapids by 17 shots to remain in first place in the overall standings. D.C. Everest was third with a 213 and Marshfield finished fourth with a 218.
Tess Brunner of Wausau East/West was the meet medalist for the second day in a row, shooting a 40. Teammate Jasmine Yang was one shot behind with a 41.
Marshfield’s Morgan Meyer finished in a tie for sixth with a 49 and Anna Weis was ninth with a 50 for the Tigers.
Dylan Gruszynski had a 46 to lead Wisconsin Rapids and Grace Woodward topped D.C. Everest with the same score as they tied for third place.
Marshfield will host the third meet of the tournament on Tuesday at Marshfield Country Club.
2020 Wisconsin Valley Conference Girls Golf Tournament Meet No. 2 Sept. 18, at Tribute Golf Course, Wausau Team scores: 1. Wausau East/West 179; 2. Wisconsin Rapids 196; 3. D.C. Everest 213; 4. Marshfield 218. Individual scores: 1. Tess Bauer (WAU) 40; 2. Jasmine Yang (WAU) 40; 3. Dylan Gruszynski (WR) and Grace Woodward (DC) 46; 5. Jess Nardi (WAU) 47; 6. Morgan Meyer (MAR), Kait Haferman (WR) and Faith Cour (WR) 49; 9. Anna Weis (MAR) 50; 10. Ayla Trollop (WAU) 51; 11. Logan Vollert (WR) and Claire Ninneman (WR) 52; 13. Ashtyn Fernstaedt (DC) 55; 14. Aramie Theiss (DC), Lola Onitilo (DC) and Hannah Mullins (DC) 56; 17. Sophie Lee (MAR) 59; 18. Bryssa Lenz (MAR) 60; 19. Kit Kronberger (WAU) 61; 20. Lilana Anaya (MAR) 71. Overall Standings Team: 1. Wausau East/West 8; 2. Wisconsin Rapids 6; 3. D.C. Everest 4; 4. Marshfield 2. Individual: 1. Tess Bruner (WAU) 20; 2. Jasmine Yang (WAU) 18; 3. Dylan Gruszynski (WR) 15.5; 4. Faith Cour (WR) and Jess Nardi (WAU) 11.5; 6. Grace Woodward (DC) 7.5; 7. Kit Kronberger (WAU) and Morgan Meyer (MAR) 5.5; 9. Ayla Trollop (WAU) 4; 10. Ashtyn Fernstaedt (DC), Logan Vollert (WR) and Kait Haferman (WR) 3.