Badger South girls golf: Watertown beats Fort for 2nd league win
Watertown won its second Badger Conference match, defeating Fort Atkinson 189 to 211 at the Watertown Country Club on Monday.
The 189 score was the team’s lowest of the season, and it marked the first time the team had four scores in the 40s.
Watertown was led by Andrea Tietz with a 44.
“Andrea played her best round of the season,” Watertown girls tennis coach Mike Wietor said. “She has been working hard on her game and is starting to see the results. Very solid round even with two double bogies.”
Next for the Goslings were Hannah Thompson and Evelyn Marchant with 48.
“Hannah’s round included three pars, a quintuple bogey 9 and two double bogies,” Wietor said. “Hannah is a very talented player but struggles at times with her consistency. I look forward to see her play a round without the big number holes.
Evelyn Marchant also had three pars but also had two triple bogies and one double bogey. Evelyn is showing good improvement and she is becoming more confident in her ability.”
Micah Yaeggi was next with 49.
“Micah got off to a tough start (triple bogey) and never got on track, but to her credit she kept her composure and still broke 50,” Wietor said. “I am confident that Micah will get back on track in our next matches.”
Nia Fredrich score of 52 was not used.
Nia just got into a rut (seven 6’s) and never got anything going,” Wietor said.
Watertown JV’s defeated Fort Atkinson. The JV’s were led by Marni Wickert (53) and Sammy Suski (60) and Riley Lang (61).
The Goslings take on Edgewood in a conference dual at the Oak Ridge Golf Course today.