OHS Golfers 16th at BCH, Edge Cedarburg by Stroke at Lake Geneva


Busy four days of golf for girls team as it prepares for WLT conference play

The OHS girls varsity golf team finished 16th at the Brookfield Central-Homestead Classic last week.. Cooney coach Jason Dahl said the 24-team field  “was very good and a good measuring stick for us,” adding that day one for OHS “was a bit rough for us, some poor shots and tough pin locations.”

Added Dahl, “Day two was better. You can see we’re all pretty even right now. Our top three had a good showing. Every time we get out on the course, we are getting more consistent and trying to eliminate some simple mistakes.”

Senior Allie Dahlke was the leader for the two days, shooting a combined 187. One day one she shot a 96 (50-46) and on day two a team-leading 91 (47-44). Sophomore Alix Larson, in  file photo left, was second with a 191 two-day total. Larson shot a team-leading 95 (48-47) on day one and 96 47-49)on day two. Another senior, Carly Garcia was third with a 193 total. She shot 100 (50-50) the opening day, but dropped seven strokes on day two to record a 93 (48-45).  Finished fourth for OHS was Kallie Parra with a 205. Her day one total was 106 (54-52) but she too dropped seven strokes on day two to register a 99 (56-47). Senior Zoe Quinette finished with a 309, with a 209 (54-52) in her opening round and a 103 (56-47) on day two.

Dahl’s crew also competed in a day-two event at Lake Geneva with Hartford, Homestead and Cedarburg. Day one was 18 holes at Delbrook and day two was 18 holes on a par 3 course. Dahl says his team won by a shot over Cedarburg, 675 to 676.

Garcia led OHS with 93 on day one with a 93 with a strong 43 on the front nine. Larson, who has been one of the team’s most consistent golfers,  followed with a had a  95 50-45.Parra and Quinette both had 100.  Dahlke struggled with a 102. The senior shot a 7 on the first hole and did not recover. Dahl paid tribute to Quinette, saying she has continued to drop strokes since her first meet of the season.

Dahl said day two was “a unique setup for the girls with the par 3. course. We all played right around bogey golf.  Zoe had a nice 69 with playing a 7-hole stretch at even par.” Quinette’s score led the way for OHS with Dahlke coming in second at 72. Larson recorded a 74, Garcia had a 75, and a 78.

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